Nov 30
6131 Mosse Humanities Building
455 N. Park Street
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Applied Comics Kitchen!

Justin Hall

Cartoonist, CCA Assistant Professor of Comics
Comics Workshop with Justin Hall!

Join us for a free comics-making workshop with Justin Hall! No drawing experience necessary! Registration is required. Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/c...

Justin Hall is a cartoonist and CCA Assistant Professor of Comics living in San Francisco with his husband and their pet python. Hall is the creator of the comic book series True Travel Tales, Hard To Swallow (with Dave Davenport), and Glamazonia. He is the editor of No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics, a massive collection of LGBTQ comics published by Fantagraphics Books, which won a Lambda Literary Award and received an Eisner nomination and is now being made into a feature-length documentary film. He is also a the first Fulbright Scholar of comics, having taught American comics history and comics theory in the Czech Republic.

His comics have appeared in publications such as the Houghton Miflin Best American Comics, The Best Erotic Comics, QU33R, Juicy Mother, and the San Francisco Bay Guardian, and have earned him a Xeric Award and a Prism Queer Press Grant. Hall serves on the boards of the nonprofit organizations Prism Comics, an advocacy group for queer comics, and Siewphewyeung (Our Books), supporting Cambodian comics. He also helped create the Folsom Street Fair’s Artist Area, a venue for erotic artists. He had a solo Small Press Spotlight show at the San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum, and then curated No Straight Lines: Queer Culture and the Comics for them, which was the world’s first museum show devoted to LGBTQ cartooning. In 2016, he co-curated the Queer Comics exhibition at Berlin's Schwules Museum, which ranks as the largest such show to date, and in 2017 was the co-organizer of the Queers & Comics Conference, which CCA hosted in 2017.

Hall's visit is supported by the Americanist Lecture Series, the Center for the Humanities, the Department of Political Science, and Department of Gender and Women's Studies.

Borghesi-Mellon Workshops

Madeline H. Caviness

Representations in the Middle Ages of Ethnic, Cultural and Physiological Difference, and Their Social Significance Then and Now
Emerita, Department of English, Tufts University
Oct 26
Hagen Room, Room 150, Department of Art History, Conrad A. Elvehjem Building
800 University Avenue
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Thinking Race: Migration, Representation, Appropriation in the Middle Ages and Beyond

Madeline H. Caviness

From Magdeburg to Charlottesville via Munich
Emerita, Department of English, Tufts University
Oct 26
Conrad Elvehjem Building, L150
800 University Avenue
4:00 PM Thinking Race: Migration, Representation, Appropriation in the Middle Ages and Beyond

Displaced Horizons

Multimedia Project
Oct 27
Gallery 7, 7th Floor Room 7240, George L. Mosse Humanities Building
455 North Park Street 
6:30 PM Terra Incognita Art Series