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A conversation about history, comics, the history of comics – and so much more!
Laurence (Billy) Grove is Professor of French and Director of the Stirling Maxwell Centre for the Study of Text/Image Cultures at the University of Glasgow. Author of nine books, his research focuses on historical aspects of text and image forms, like comics and graphic novels.
Frank Quitely is a Scottish comic book artist best known for his collaborative work at DC Comics on New X-Men, All-Star Superman, and Batman and Robin. His genius is recognized with numerous Eisner and Harvey Awards and an honorary doctorate from the University of Glasgow.
Co-sponsored by: SDSU’s History Department, MALAS Program, SDSUPress and Amatl Comix; the School of Art + Design; and the Library’s Special Collections and University Archives.
Free and open to the public. For SDSU parking information, click here.