Besides the four events—the three panels and the cash bar—sponsored or co-sponsored by our Discussion Group, MLA 2014 in Chicago will host two other sessions devoted comics or graphic narratives, as well as a number of individual papers that, as far as we are able to tell from the program, connect to the comics studies field. While the amount of comics-themed programming this time around does not appear to match the record high set in 2012, work on comics remains an important part of the MLA—and of course our Group is doing all it can to encourage that trend!
As part of our continual effort to spread the word about comics studies at MLA, we offer information on the MLA Discussion Group on Comics and Graphic Narratives webpage:
Thanks for putting our session event in there. We invite the Executive of this discussion group to post all comics sessions to do with graphic memoir or nonfictional comics in the Autobiography, Biography and Life Writing Division. We want to support you!
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