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Love Sucks, Emily Lane 2019 Furman University

Love Sucks, Emily Lane

The Echo

No abstract provided.


Wall, Eli Simmons 2019 Furman University

Wall, Eli Simmons

The Echo

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Abba, Zoe Pournaras 2019 Furman University

Abba, Zoe Pournaras

The Echo

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Busy Watching, Catherine Sigman 2019 Furman University

Busy Watching, Catherine Sigman

The Echo

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Preface & Table Of Contents, 2019 Furman University

Preface & Table Of Contents

The Echo

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Cover, 2019 Furman University

Cover

The Echo

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Echo 2019 - Complete Issue, 2019 Furman University

Echo 2019 - Complete Issue

The Echo

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Pre-Service Teachers’ Perspectives On How The Use Of Toon Comic Books During Guided Reading Influenced Learning By Struggling Readers, Ewa McGrail, Alicja Rieger, Gina M. Doepker, Samantha McGeorge 2019 Georgia State University

Pre-Service Teachers’ Perspectives On How The Use Of Toon Comic Books During Guided Reading Influenced Learning By Struggling Readers, Ewa Mcgrail, Alicja Rieger, Gina M. Doepker, Samantha Mcgeorge

Gina Doepker

The study presented in this article examines the use of comic books, specifically the TOON comic books during guided reading instruction. The instruction was provided to struggling readers by the Literacy Center at a comprehensive university in southeastern United States. What most pre-service teachers in this study agreed upon was that comic books served as an effective tool for getting their students interested in reading. Reading comic books with tutors as partners in conversation with the struggling readers in this study was also a powerful medium for facilitating students’ literacy skills development, particularly in the areas of reading fluency and ...


Landscapes As Identity And Cultural Heritage In Animation– The Australian Bushland, Japanese Urban Agglomeration And Eurasian Steppes, Zilia Zara-Papp 2019 Saitama University, Japan

Landscapes As Identity And Cultural Heritage In Animation– The Australian Bushland, Japanese Urban Agglomeration And Eurasian Steppes, Zilia Zara-Papp

Landscapes: the Journal of the International Centre for Landscape and Language

Animation adapted from literature, folk tales and ancient myths showcases diverse approaches towards reimagining elements of geographical landscapes as cultural identity. This paper aims to compare elements from Australian, Japanese and European animated works where geographical elements are used in order to recreate the original world of the literary work the animation is based on, where landscape defines the identity of the individuals and groups of enchanted animals and human custodians of the land and location. Case studies of Yoram Gross (Dot and the Kangaroo, 1977) Australia, Takahata Isao / Studio Ghibli (Racoon Wars Pom Poko, 1994) Japan and Marcell Jankovics ...


The Lantern, 2018-2019, Madison Rodak, Griffin Banks, Kieran Demelfi, Tommy Armstrong, Isaiah Braugher, Sophia DiBattista, Courtney A. DuChene, Samuel Ernst, Sarah Howell, Michael Kibblehouse, Daniel Walker, Robert Wilf, Kiley Addis, Kim Corona, A. J. Cutrufello, Taahira Davis, Sarah Defelice, Matt Dwyer, Sydney Gonzalez, Rachel Haas-Gutin, Jenifer Joseph, Kevin Leon, Amy Litofsky, Janice Partee, Thea Pastras, Maddie Ressler, Julia Stern, Ren Toscano, Liam Worcheck, Clara Baker, Anastasia Dziekan, Valerie Eichler, Lola Holcomb, Alexa Beacham, Emily Counts, Millie Drury, Sophie Gioffre, Melanie E. Lee, Lilly McQueen, Robert Varney, Taylor Wilson, Kristen Cooney 2019 Ursinus College

The Lantern, 2018-2019, Madison Rodak, Griffin Banks, Kieran Demelfi, Tommy Armstrong, Isaiah Braugher, Sophia Dibattista, Courtney A. Duchene, Samuel Ernst, Sarah Howell, Michael Kibblehouse, Daniel Walker, Robert Wilf, Kiley Addis, Kim Corona, A. J. Cutrufello, Taahira Davis, Sarah Defelice, Matt Dwyer, Sydney Gonzalez, Rachel Haas-Gutin, Jenifer Joseph, Kevin Leon, Amy Litofsky, Janice Partee, Thea Pastras, Maddie Ressler, Julia Stern, Ren Toscano, Liam Worcheck, Clara Baker, Anastasia Dziekan, Valerie Eichler, Lola Holcomb, Alexa Beacham, Emily Counts, Millie Drury, Sophie Gioffre, Melanie E. Lee, Lilly Mcqueen, Robert Varney, Taylor Wilson, Kristen Cooney

The Lantern Literary Magazines

The Treasure Buried in Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park • High Cards on the Low River • Sestina of a Vagina left in the microwave too long • Keeps on Tripping • The Auction • Nuclear Meltdown on Seedship C5B.6 • Cock Fight • An Interview with God • Minimum Wage • Star-Crossed Lovers • Romeo Echo Alpha • PM Entertainment, or Action Beats • The Gospel of Aggregates • Hel Hath no Fury • Crossing the Line • Mango de la hora • Stress Judgment • Perception (Part 2) • Rain Falling Up • Church: the Italian Market • Landscape with the Fall of Hillary • Forced to Ponder • Morally Upright • Adulthood • Migration in Tandem ...


Deforming Normalcy: Deformity And Disability In William Blake's Art, Seolha Lee 2019 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Deforming Normalcy: Deformity And Disability In William Blake's Art, Seolha Lee

Dissertations, Theses, and Student Research: Department of English

This thesis examines William Blake’s verbal and visual art from the perspective that disability is a physical and mental condition that is viewed by society as deviant. Prior to modern conceptions of disability in Britain, the deviation was labeled as “deformity.” This thesis demonstrates various ways in which Blake illustrates deformity, and through this, prefigures the modern sense of disability in his art. I argue that Blake’s representation of deformity in his poetry and drawings is intended to reveal the precariousness of the “normal” human body and inform the reader and viewer that normality is an illusion. The ...


The Sandman: The Artifice Of Comics And Power Of Dreams, Nathan Teft 2019 Grand Valley State University

The Sandman: The Artifice Of Comics And Power Of Dreams, Nathan Teft

Masters Theses

Neil Gaiman’s Vertigo Series The Sandman is an exceptional artistic endeavor. From “Preludes and Nocturnes”(1988) to “The Wake” (1996), Gaiman worked alongside a team of talented artists and graphic designers to produce an indelible work of revisionist mythology. This thesis will attempt to establish the framework by which our modern literary canon has celebrated classical Western myths while relegating graphic or visual forms of literature or outright neglecting comic myths altogether. Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics will frame the discourse for pictographic analysis of Neil Gaiman’s mythological revisionism of Milton’s Paradise Lost in Season of Mists ...


African Affinity Mask, Giselle M. Strauss 2019 Humboldt State University

African Affinity Mask, Giselle M. Strauss

Toyon Literary Magazine

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Self Sabotage, Kathryn D. Johnston 2019 Humboldt State University

Self Sabotage, Kathryn D. Johnston

Toyon Literary Magazine

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Bird, Olivia K. Howard 2019 Humboldt State University

Bird, Olivia K. Howard

Toyon Literary Magazine

Submitted in an AP Art Portfolio in 2018.


Artist Statement, Hope Mobley 2019 Georgia College & State University

Artist Statement, Hope Mobley

The Corinthian

For this project, the class was assigned to pick an object for themselves, and then we were provided with a word and phrase. The object I chose was a tarot card because I knew that would give me a diverse range of directions I could follow. The random word generated for me was ‘Time” and the phrase “Between a rock and a hard place.”


Dense Geometry Of Music And Visual Arts: Vanishing Points, Continuous Tonnetz, And Theremin Performance, Maria Mannone, Irene Iaccarino, Rosanna Iembo 2019 Independent researcher, Palermo, Italy

Dense Geometry Of Music And Visual Arts: Vanishing Points, Continuous Tonnetz, And Theremin Performance, Maria Mannone, Irene Iaccarino, Rosanna Iembo

The STEAM Journal

The dualism between continuous and discrete is relevant in music theory as well as in performance practice of musical instruments. Geometry has been used since longtime to represent relationships between notes and chords in tonal system. Moreover, in the field of mathematics itself, it has been shown that the continuity of real numbers can arise from geometrical observations and reasoning. Here, we consider a geometrical approach to generalize representations used in music theory introducing continuous pitch. Such a theoretical framework can be applied to instrument playing where continuous pitch can be naturally performed. Geometry and visual representations of concepts of ...


De-Stigmatizing Mental Illness Through Graphic Medicine, Megumi Tsuda 2019 Thomas Jefferson University

De-Stigmatizing Mental Illness Through Graphic Medicine, Megumi Tsuda

Phase 1

Graphic medicine - or the communication of health-related narratives through images and texts, such as comics - has been increasingly recognized as a powerful educational tool. My project investigates the value of integrating graphic medicine to medical education, specifically to improve mental health literacy and de-stigmatize mental illness. As a medical student, I have encountered several instances where fellow medical students and even doctors casually throw around diagnostic terminology, especially those used to describe mental health disorders, in a colloquial and insensitive manner that seem to indicate that they do not take mental illness seriously, or even ignorant of what a particular ...


Ua1c8/2 Illustrations / Artwork Photos, WKU Archives 2019 Western Kentucky University

Ua1c8/2 Illustrations / Artwork Photos, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Collection Inventories

Images of illustrations and artwork used in publications.


Teaching Visual Literacies: The Case Of The Great American Dust Bowl, Mary F. Rice, Ashley K. Dallacqua 2019 University of New Mexico

Teaching Visual Literacies: The Case Of The Great American Dust Bowl, Mary F. Rice, Ashley K. Dallacqua

SANE journal: Sequential Art Narrative in Education

Teachers and students require a range of tools to engage with visual texts. Using The Great American Dust Bowlby Don Brown (2013) as an exemplar text, we outline four conceptions of visual literacy: rhetorical, instructional, industrial and visuo-spatial and discuss their use in our literacy education practice. In addition, we provide a brief model of a second text, The Arrival (Tan, 2013) and a list of suggested texts for students at different levels (elementary, middle, and high school). We argue that these tools have the potential to deepen conceptions of visual literacies and empower teachers and students to understand ...


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