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Curriculum & Instruction Events

Taboos and Censorship in Graphic Journalism workshop

Attend the "Taboos and Censorship in Graphic Journalism" workshop on Oct. 13, facilitated by Jonathan Guyer.
Date
Thursday, October 13, 2016
Time
4 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Location
6131 Humanities
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53706
Description
There will be a "Taboos and Censorship in Graphic Journalism" workshop on Oct. 13, facilitated by Jonathan Guyer.

The workshop will cover taboos and censorship in political cartoons and graphic journalism topics. Participants will do drawing and cartooning activities to be adapted to their work and teaching practices. 

Guyer is a fellow of the Institute of Current World Affairs and a contributing editor of the Cairo Review of Global Affairs. He was a Fulbright fellow researching political cartoons in Egypt from 2012 to 2013. He is a frequent analyst on Public Radio International and France 24 English and has contributed to The Guardian, Harper's, The New Yorker and many more. 

The workshop is open to faculty and students in all academic fields. Registration is required, and the deadline is Oct. 13, 3 p.m. Register here
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