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Thursday, April 17, 2014. New Comics were YESTERDAY!
 
 
 
By Karen Green – Saturday July 7, 2012 12:00 am
Karen Green discusses David Small's autobiographical Stitches.
 
By Karen Green – Monday April 9, 2012 01:00 pm
Karen Green celebrates the Comic New York symposium held at Columbia University in March.
 
By Karen Green – Tuesday February 7, 2012 09:00 pm
Karen Green considers writing about comics, and writing about writing about comics.
 
By Karen Green – Friday December 2, 2011 09:00 am
Karen Green considers Louis Menand and the value of a liberal arts education in the context of Kate Beaton.
 
By Karen Green – Wednesday October 5, 2011 06:00 am
Karen Green looks at a biography of Richard Feynman by Jim Ottaviani.
 
By Karen Green – Friday September 30, 2011 06:00 am
Karen Green looks at a work by manga-ka Shigeru Mizuki.
 
By Karen Green – Wednesday August 17, 2011 07:00 pm
Karen Green discusses her recent experience as an Eisner judge, and praises a work that she'd have liked to see win.
 
By Karen Green – Monday June 6, 2011 06:00 am
Karen Green looks at four graphic novels that reimagine the Louvre.
 
By Karen Green – Friday May 6, 2011 06:00 am
Karen Green looks at comics memorializing September 11, 2001.
 
By Karen Green – Friday April 8, 2011 06:00 am
Karen Green looks at WE3, Duncan the Wonder Dog, Elmer, and the works of Sue Coe.
 
By Karen Green – Friday March 4, 2011 06:00 am
Karen Green compares the novel, film, and graphic novel versions of William Lindsay Gresham's Nightmare Alley.
 
By Karen Green – Friday February 4, 2011 06:00 am
Karen Green looks at the 30-year history of satirical magazine World War 3 Illustrated.
 
By Karen Green – Friday January 7, 2011 06:00 am
Karen Green introduces a classfull of novice graphic novel-makers.
 
By Karen Green – Friday December 3, 2010 06:00 am
Karen Green looks at Frank Miller's 300, Herodotus, and the value of juxtaposing them in the classroom.
 
By Karen Green – Friday November 5, 2010 06:00 am
Karen Green discusses some graphic adaptations of classic literature that did, and didn't, make it into the collection at Columbia.
 
By Karen Green – Monday October 4, 2010 06:00 am
Karen Green returns to Mississippi, this time to deliver a lecture at Mississippi State University in Starkville, on the building blocks of comics.
 
By Karen Green – Friday September 10, 2010 06:00 am
Karen Green looks at Fredrik Strömberg's Comic Art Propaganda.
 
By Karen Green – Friday August 6, 2010 09:00 am
Karen Green looks at some early comics and their progenitors in the rare books room.
 
By Karen Green – Friday July 2, 2010 06:00 am
Karen Green interviews Tracy White, creator of How I Made it to Eighteen.
 
By Karen Green – Tuesday June 8, 2010 06:00 am
Karen Green examines Pushwagners Soft City and its industrial-dystopian progenitors.
 
By Karen Green – Friday May 7, 2010 06:00 am
Karen Green introduces a high school class to a set of comics dealing with substance abuse.
 
By Karen Green – Friday April 2, 2010 06:00 am
Karen Green talks to artist, and college student, James Romberger.
 
By Karen Green – Friday March 5, 2010 06:00 am
Karen Green relates an experience using graphic novels in the medical school classroom.
 
By Karen Green – Friday February 5, 2010 09:00 am
Karen Green curates an exhibition at Columbia University's Butler Library.
 
By Karen Green – Friday December 4, 2009 09:00 am
Karen Green discusses the works of Al Jaffee in the context of Jewish humor in American culture.
 
By Karen Green – Friday November 6, 2009 09:00 am
Karen Green considers the difference between analyzing comics in terms of their intended audience, and analyzing comics in terms of how they can be used in the academy.
 
By Karen Green – Friday October 9, 2009 09:00 am
Karen Green looks at Blues-inspired works by Robert Crumb and Rob Vollmar.
 
By Karen Green – Friday September 4, 2009 09:00 am
Karen Green considers the history of sequential art during the medieval period.
 
By Karen Green – Friday August 7, 2009 09:00 am
Karen Green investigates Bryan Talbot's Alice in Sunderland
 
By Karen Green – Friday July 3, 2009 09:00 am
Karen Green looks at Scottsboro Alabama: a story in linoleum cuts, a 1935 book by Tony Perez and Lin Shi Khan.
 
By Karen Green – Friday June 5, 2009 09:00 am
Karen Green profiles a graphic novel produced by Columbia student Rachel Lindsay as part of her senior thesis and contemplates the Zeitgeist.
 
By Karen Green – Wednesday May 6, 2009 09:00 am
Karen Green contemplates allegory and curriculum-building, and takes a look at Mark Millar and Peter Gross' Chosen.
 
By Karen Green – Friday April 3, 2009 09:00 am
Karen Green contemplates the attribution of authorship in sequential art narratives and the recent nomination of writer Mariko Tamaki for a Governor General's Literary Award as writer of the graphic novel Skim.
 
By Karen Green – Friday March 6, 2009 09:00 am
Karen Green recaps the Graphic Novels and Academic Acceptance panel from New York Comic Con 2009.
 
By Karen Green – Friday February 6, 2009 08:00 am
Karen Green takes a look at some interesting ways graphic works are being used as part of the educational process. And for those attending NYCC, she puts in a plug for "Graphic Novels and Academic Acceptance" - tonight, 7pm!
 
By Karen Green – Friday January 9, 2009 09:00 am
Karen Green debates the delicate problem of what to do with donations that don't quite fit the collection.
 
By Karen Green – Friday December 5, 2008 11:00 am
Karen Green takes a look at Strip AIDS USA, a 1988 book looking at the crisis through the eyes of cartoonists, edited by Trina Roberts, Robert Triptow and Bill Sienkiewicz.
 
By Karen Green – Friday November 14, 2008 09:00 am
Karen Green reports on her experience delivering a presentation on graphic novels in academic libraries to members of the Mississippi Library Association.
 
By Karen Green – Friday October 3, 2008 09:00 am
Karen Green examines Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder's Goodman Beaver.
 
By Karen Green – Friday September 5, 2008 09:00 am
Karen Green takes a look at Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead and decides that zombies may have a place in the Academy.
 
By Karen Green – Friday August 1, 2008 09:00 am
This month in "Comic Adventures in Academia," Karen Green profiles a recent biography of cartoonist Jackie Ormes.
 
By Karen Green – Friday July 11, 2008 09:00 am
Karen Green looks at an experimental course in graphic novel-writing at Stanford, and its first product, Shake Girl, in this month's edition of "Comic Adventures in Academia."
 
By Karen Green – Friday June 6, 2008 09:00 am
This month in "Comic Adventures in Academia", Karen Green takes a look at Rick Veitch and Gary Erskine's Army@Love and its place in the body of literature satirizing war.
 
By Karen Green – Thursday May 1, 2008 09:00 am
This month in Comic Adventures in Academia, Karen Green takes a look at several titles from DC's Minx imprint and weighs their merits against the literature she read growing up.
 
By Karen Green – Friday April 4, 2008 10:00 am
This week in "Comic Adventures in Academia", Karen Green discusses Nick Bertozzi's The Salon, a book with a history of controversy-- though it may at first glance seem less than controversial.
 
By Karen Green – Friday March 7, 2008 10:00 am
This month in "Comic Adventures in Academia," Karen Green discusses The New Yorker 25th Anniversary Album and its critical importance on her own development as a connoisseur of comics.
 
By Karen Green – Friday February 1, 2008 10:00 am
In "Comic Adventures in Academia" the adventures get seriously academic this month, as Karen Green travels to a pair of scholarly conferences where the hot topic of the moment is... comics!
 
By Karen Green – Friday January 4, 2008 10:00 am
Does Lost Girls belong in the Columbia University library? In this month's installment of Comic Adventures in Academia, Karen Green takes on the tough question of where to draw the line between erotica and pornography, and equally important, how to protect materials that may risk theft, damage, or defacement.
 
By Karen Green – Friday December 7, 2007 09:56 am
Our newest column, Comic Adventures in Academia debuts today! Every month Karen Green, Columbia University's Classics Librarian and Graphic Novel selector, will describe her experiences developing one of the first collections of graphic novels at an academic library. In the first installment she talks about what it took to successfully lobby for a collection that had few precedents in the Academy.
 

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