Drawing a Dialogue is a podcast discussing comics in historical + educational contexts by Cathy G. Johnson and e remus jackson.
Episode 1: Introduction episode! Cathy + e talk about how comics have been defined throughout history, how + why comics were adopted into English classrooms, + the “reluctant reader” idea.
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Episode Citation (chronologically as mentioned in podcast):
Franny Howes - UFL
Martin Sheridan, Colton Waugh + "The Yellow Kid" - Comics Vs. Art by Bart Beaty, full citation below.
Scott McCloud - Understanding Comics, HarperPerennial, 1994
Depression-era comics history - Petersen, R. S. (2011). Comics, Manga, and Graphic Novels: A History of Graphic Narratives. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.
Beaty, B. (2012). Comics Versus Art. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, c2012.
Maughan, S. (2016). Graphic Novels Surge in the Educational Market. Publishers Weekly, 263(34), 22.
L. Snyder, personal communication, January 20, 2017
Gallo, D. R. (2001). How Classics Create an Aliterate Society. The English Journal, 90(3), 33-39. doi:10.2307/821305
"Adolescent reading habits" - Knoester, M. (2009). Inquiry into urban adolescent independent reading habits: Can Gee’s theory of Discourses provide insight? Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 52(8), 676-85.
"14%" - Slater, D. (2016, September). The uncomfortable truth about children’s books. Mother Jones
Bishop, R. S. Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors. (Reprinted from Perspectives: Choosing and Using Books for the Classroom. Vo. 6, no. 3. Summer 1990.)
Tim Smyth, "Overcoming Obstacles," published in BookShelf magazine, issue #23, Summer 2017
Franny Howes quoted again (see above)
Image&Narrative Vol 17, Number 4 Comics in Art/Art in Comics - Link