2011 Charlotte Zolotow Lecture

August 22, 2012 by  
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In 2011, I had the honor of delivering the annual Charlotte Zolotow lecture. I was the most nervous I’d ever been giving a talk– it’s no small thing to follow the likes of Judy Blume, Gregory Maguire, and Susan Patron. The good folks at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have recently put it up on YouTube. Take a look!

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2 Responses to “2011 Charlotte Zolotow Lecture”
  1. Ronaldi says:

    I like it very much, especially when you emphasized the benefits of comics in education and said such statements:

    Unlike other medium such as animation and film, comic media accommodates text that urges the users to read, provides permanent/static images that makes messages do not fleeting, and gives self control to the users to read the content on their own pace..

    Do you write scholarly articles/books?

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