On October 29th, 2019, Professor Qiana Whitted spoke with graduate students about developing a space that embraces exploratory narrative around questions of race and identity within comics. We were joined by English graduate students Kiana Gonzalez and Liz Deegan, as well as Daniel Fandino, graduate student in the Department of History.   We were so pleased to have the 2019 MSU Comics Forum Keynote Scholar join us for a wonderful conversation about how to teach comics, particularly those that center or tackle questions of race. Professor Whitted shared insight into her comics pedagogy, discussed her recently published (EDIT: and, as of July 2020, EISNER-WINNING) bookRead More →