A dynamic discussion & comics history reading program for libraries, museums, & other community venues.

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ABOUT THE PROGRAM:

Comics in World History & Cultures: A whirlwind look at comics around the world and throughout human history, through the lens of multicultural education.

Experienced teacher and cartoonist Marek Bennett (M.Ed.) touches on comics from ancient and medieval European history, ancient Mayan culture and mathematics, modern Japanese history, local US history research, and more, including ways this rich heritage can speak to and inform modern readers, and inspire comics artists and fans of all ages.

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GRANTS AVAILABLE:

“COMICS in World History & Cultures” is now available as part of NHHumanities’ “Humanities To Go” Catalog!


SUGGESTED PREPARATION:

  • digital projector*
  • projector cart or stand*
  • screen / display surface
  • chairs or other seating options for attendees
  • OPTIONAL: book display area (Usually 1-2 tables — Marek will bring graphic novels & other books to share)
  • OPTIONAL: Host libraries may wish to display graphic novels & art history books from their collection.

*(If host cannot provide these items, please notify Marek ahead of time & he can bring them.)


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This program was developed through an Artist Entrepreneurial Grant from the NH State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts

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