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Paneled Scaffolding: Reflecting on Building and Sustaining Comics Studies Programs, Library Collections, and Journals (Journal or manuscript project)

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Organization: _SANE Journal_
Event: Journal or manuscript project
Categories: Digital Humanities, Pedagogy, Literary Theory, Rhetoric & Composition, Miscellaneous
Event Date: 2023-02-01 to 2023-02-01 Abstract Due: 2022-01-31

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CFP: Paneled Scaffolding: Reflecting on Building and Sustaining Comics Studies Programs, Library Collections, and Journals.

SANE Journal is seeking critical, evaluative, and reflective works from those engaged in the making, preserving, teaching, and studying of comics through the creation of comics studies programs, the stewardship of comics collections within libraries, and the establishing of comics studies-associated journals. We prefer writings that address the history, evolution, and dissolution of such entities. What is the story of your program, collection, or journal? How does it reflect a situatedness in its field and the ontological, teleological, and epistemological surrounding it, both in relation to current exigencies but in relation to the past as well? What processes, people, and supports were in place – or not in place – to facilitate success or failure? Can the process of success and/or failure within these domains best be illuminated through a particular – or particular set – of critical lenses? In these reflections, articulate the issues regarding the proliferation of existing and future programs of study, collections, and journals within comics studies. Methodological approaches to addressing these questions are acceptable for consideration, as well as critical and reflective approaches. 

Please submit works through the SANE Journal system (https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/sane/) by February 1, 2023. Inquiries can be sent to Richard L. Graham and James B. Carter at rgraham7@unl.edu and carterj@lmc.edu, respectively. Abstracts sent in anticipation of possible submissions are appreciated.

rgraham7@unl.edu

Richard L. Graham