Comics as a medium and subject of study in India remains marginalized in the absence of formal training programs and collections in libraries and archives. As a result, a wide range of informal collections and networks have become a way of bridging the gap in community knowledge and comics archives. In this virtual panel discussion, […]
The video for this pop-up will go live on July 22nd! We will share a link here and on various social media!
As part of the 2022 Comics Studies Society Conference this month at Michigan State University (MSU) in East Lansing, MI on July 28-30, the staff at the Library will offer Behind the Scenes Tours of the Murray & Hong Special Collections, one of the world’s largest comics archives. Join members of the Special Collections unit and tour […]
The winners for the 2022 CSS election are noted below! These folks will join the current Executive Board members to do some amazing work for the society in the coming year! CSS Second Vice President – Zack Kruse Zack Kruse is the author of Mysterious Travelers: Steve Ditko and the Search for a New Liberal […]
Hillary Chute Award for Best Graduate Student Paper Maite Urcaregui, “”Political Geographies of Race in James Baldwin and Yoran Cazac’s Little Man, Little Man” Honorable Mention—Clémence Sfadj, “Windows on Everyday Harlem: The Cartoons of Ollie Harrington” Gilbert Seldes Prize for Public Scholarship Zachary J.A. Rondinelli, “#WelcomeToSlumberland Social Media Research Project” Honorable Mention—Anna F. Peppard, “(Behold?) […]
Many thanks to all the CSS members who voted in our 2021 elections. We were thrilled to have such a diverse slate of candidates and the highest number of nominees since the Society was founded. Thank you to everyone who ran, and we hope that many of you will continue to be involved in the […]