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K-12 Teacher Training: “How Islam is Portrayed in Comics” with Maryanne Rhett (Monmouth University)
January 13, 2022 | 7:00 am - 8:30 pm
During this webinar we will discuss how Islam and Muslims have been, and continue to be, portrayed in comics and other forms of sequential art since the 1800s through today. Focusing largely on US comics the discussion will also take into account global examples including, but not limited to, works from Canada, Spain, and various elements of the Punch “empire.”
Scholar: Maryanne Rhett (Professor of History and Anthropology, Monmouth University)
The Humanities in Class webinar series features live, interactive webinars that connect educators with scholars and experts in humanities fields to discuss compelling topics. Webinars are free of charge but require registration. Learn more and register.
Sponsored by the National Humanities Center. Co-sponsored by the UNC Center for Middle East and Islamic Studies.
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