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  • Drawing Together or Reflections on How (Not) to Edit Graphic Novels in Art Education
  • B. Stephen Carpenter II and Kevin Tavin

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B. Stephen Carpenter II
The Pennsylvania State University
Kevin Tavin
The Ohio State University

References

Carpenter, B. S., & Tavin, K. (2010). Drawing (past, present, and future) together: A (graphic) look at the reconceptualization of art education. Studies in Art Education, 51(4), 327-352.
Duffy, D. (2009). Learning from comics on the wall: The old new media of sequential art in museology and multimodal education. Visual Arts Research, 35(1), 1-11.
Congdon, K., & Blandy, D. (2003). Zinesters in the classroom: using zines to teach about postmodernism and the communication of ideas. Art Education, 56(3), 44-52.
Graham, M. (2008). Graphic novels as contemporary art? The perplexing question of content in the high school art classroom. Art Education, 61(2), 10-16.
Marie-Crane Williams, R. (2008). Image, text, and story: Comics and graphic novels in the classroom. Art Education, 61(6), 13-19. [End Page x]
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Additional Information

ISSN
2151-8009
Print ISSN
0736-0770
Pages
pp. v-x
Launched on MUSE
2012-08-31
Open Access
No
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