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Graphic Materiality, Trauma, and Expressionist Comics: Artist’s Talk With Leela Corman

Thursday, November 4, 2021 @ 5:00 pm 6:30 pm EDT

In-person attendance: Only MIT community members enrolled in Covid Pass may attend in-person. Your MIT ID will be scanned when you arrive.

Streaming: This event will be available live on Zoom (mit.zoom.us/j/96579656038) and recorded.

Join graphic novel creator Leela Corman for a talk and Q&A about her graphic novels and short comics on the topics of generational and personal trauma, New York City history, Polish-Jewish life, and amateur women’s wrestling.

Corman is a painter, educator, and graphic novel creator. Her books include Unterzakhn (Schocken/Pantheon, 2012) and the short comics collection We All Wish For Deadly Force (Retrofit/Big Planet, 2016). She is currently at work on the graphic novel Victory Parade, a story about WWII, women’s wrestling, and the liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp. Her short comics have appeared in The Believer Magazine, Tablet Magazine, Nautilus, and The Nib.

Zoom, and (for MIT only) E15-318 Common Area

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