Book Discussions

Faculty Book Discussions
The Multicultural Center will host scheduled conversations with Georgia State University faculty about their published works that focus on a diversity-related topic. For more information, please contact Laci Lee Adams, senior student development specialist for multicultural education and competence.

Revolutionary Images: Graphic Novel Discussion of Honor Girl (one of four)
Thursday, March 2, 2017
12:15 – 1 p.m.
Multicultural Center Lounge
Description: How can a graphic novel help people to think differently about their world? What can graphic novels tell people about themselves? Can graphic novels help people imaging new possibilities for their world? Join the Multicultural Center every Thursday in March for a discussion of multiculturalism, diversity and social justice in Maggie Thrash’s graphic novel, Honor Girl. Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics: An Invisible Art will also be used as an aide throughout the series. All are welcome whether you have read the graphic novel or not, but pre-reading is encouraged.

Revolutionary Images: Graphic Novel Discussion of Honor Girl (two of four)
Thursday, March 9, 2017
12:15 – 1 p.m.
Multicultural Center Lounge
Description: How can a graphic novel help people to think differently about their world? What can graphic novels tell people about themselves? Can graphic novels help people imaging new possibilities for their world? Join the Multicultural Center every Thursday in March for a discussion of multiculturalism, diversity and social justice in Maggie Thrash’s graphic novel, Honor Girl. Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics: An Invisible Art“will also be used as an aide throughout the series. All are welcome whether you have read the graphic novel or not, but pre-reading is encouraged.

Revolutionary Images: Graphic Novel Discussion of Honor Girl (three of four)
Thursday, March 23, 2017
12:15 – 1 p.m.
Multicultural Center Lounge
Description: How can a graphic novel help people to think differently about their world? What can graphic novels tell people about themselves? Can graphic novels help people imaging new possibilities for their world? Join the Multicultural Center every Thursday in March for a discussion of multiculturalism, diversity and social justice in Maggie Thrash’s graphic novel, Honor Girl. Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics: An Invisible Art will also be used as an aide throughout the series. All are welcome whether you have read the graphic novel or not, but pre-reading is encouraged.

Revolutionary Images: Graphic Novel Discussion of Honor Girl (four of four)
Thursday, March 30, 2017
12:15 – 1 p.m.
Multicultural Center Lounge
Description: How can a graphic novel help people to think differently about their world? What can graphic novels tell people about themselves? Can graphic novels help people imaging new possibilities for their world? Join the Multicultural Center every Thursday in March for a discussion of multiculturalism, diversity and social justice in Maggie Thrash’s graphic novel, Honor Girl. Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics: An Invisible Art will also be used as an aide throughout the series. All are welcome whether you have read the graphic novel or not, but pre-reading is encouraged.

Revolutionary Images: Graphic Novel Discussion of Ms. Marvel (one of three)
Thursday, April 6, 2017
12:15 – 1 p.m.
Multicultural Center Lounge
Description: How can a graphic novel help people to think differently about their world? What can graphic novels tell people about themselves? Can graphic novels help people imaging new possibilities for their world? Join the Multicultural Center every Thursday in April for a discussion of multiculturalism, diversity and social justice in G. Willow Wilson’s Ms. Marvel, Volume 1. Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics: An Invisible Art will also be used as an aide throughout the series. All are welcome whether you have read the graphic novel or not, but pre-reading is encouraged.

Revolutionary Images: Graphic Novel Discussion of Ms. Marvel (two of three)
Thursday, April 13, 2017
12:15 – 1 p.m.
Multicultural Center Lounge
Description: How can a graphic novel help people to think differently about their world? What can graphic novels tell people about themselves? Can graphic novels help people imaging new possibilities for their world? Join the Multicultural Center every Thursday in April for a discussion of multiculturalism, diversity and social justice in G. Willow Wilson’s Ms. Marvel, Volume 1. Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics: An Invisible Art will also be used as an aide throughout the series. All are welcome whether you have read the graphic novel or not, but pre-reading is encouraged.

Revolutionary Images: Graphic Novel Discussion of Ms. Marvel (three of three)
Thursday, April 20, 2017
12:15 – 1 p.m.
Multicultural Center Lounge
Description: How can a graphic novel help people to think differently about their world? What can graphic novels tell people about themselves? Can graphic novels help people imaging new possibilities for their world? Join the Multicultural Center every Thursday in April for a discussion of multiculturalism, diversity and social justice in G. Willow Wilson’s Ms. Marvel, Volume 1. Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics: An Invisible Art will also be used as an aide throughout the series. All are welcome whether you have read the graphic novel or not, but pre-reading is encouraged.

For more information email Laci Adams, senior student development specialist for multicultural education and competence, or call 404-413-1584.