Identity in Translation: Visual Storytelling in Graphic Novels


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Visual narratives like film and graphic novels render memory and meaning through elements of design including color, composition and symbolism. Join film professor John Anzalone for an in-depth look at They Called Us Enemy written by George Takei, Justin Eisinger, Steven Scott; art by Harmony Becker and The Waiting by author/artist Keum Suk Gendry-Kim; translated by Janet Hong. Discover how visual storytelling translates memoir for shared understanding. 

Program is in person and will not be recorded.

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