LIT222: Graphic Narratives
Course examines how graphical narratives use sophisticated means of storytelling with visual rhetorical innovations to tell stories of today, tomorrow, and yesterday. Taught as experimental course during the fall of 2014. Here is a bibliography of material taught in the course...
Barthes, Roland. “Novels and Children.” Mythologies, Hill and Wang, New York, 1972, pp. 56–59.
Bechdel, Alison. “Compulsory Reading.” Dykes To Watch Out For, 25 June 2008, dykestowatchoutfor.com/compulsory-reading.
Bissell, Tom. “Braided.” Extra Lives: Why Video Games Matter, Vintage Books, New York, 2011, pp. 91–104.
Brown, Nathan. “The Function of Digital Poetry at the Present Time.” Electronic Literature: New Horizons For The Literary :: Essays, Electronic Literature Organization, newhorizons.eliterature.org/essay.php@id=11.html.
Clowes, Daniel. Ghost World. Seattle, WA, Fantagraphics, 2001.
Day, Felicia. "Feminism Is Having A Wardrobe Malfunction." Felicia's Melange. N.p., 28 Feb. 2014. Web. <http://thisfeliciaday.tumblr.com/post/78130821866/rosalarian-feminism-is-having-a-wardrobe>.
DC Comics: Bad At Math. 2014. Tumblr. Web. <https://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lv4f2y1BMy1qz88doo1_500.png>.
Fisher, Caitlin. “Andromeda.” Andromeda, Electronic Literature Organization, collection.eliterature.org/2/works/fisher_andromeda.html.
Jackson, Shelley. “Skin.” Shelley Jackson's INERADICABLE STAIN : SKIN PROJECT, www.ineradicablestain.com/skindex.html.
Li, Anita. “#IfTheyGunnedMeDown Confronts How Minority Deaths Are Portrayed in Media.” Mashable, Mashable, 12 Aug. 2014, mashable.com/2014/08/12/iftheygunnedmedown-hashtag/#PBWCbsL.Z5qs.
Montfort, Nick. “Book and Volume.” Book and Volume by Nick Montfort, nickm.com/if/book_and_volume.html.
Montfort, Nick, and Scott Rettberg. “IMPLEMENTATION.” Implementation, nickm.com/montfort_rettberg/implementation/.
Moore, Alan. Batman: The Killing Joke. New York, DC Comics, 2012.
Moore, Alan. Watchmen. New York, NY, DC Comics, 2014.
Pressman, Jessica. “Navigating Electronic Literature.” Electronic Literature: New Horizons For The Literary :: Essays, Electronic Literature Organization, newhorizons.eliterature.org/.
Rauch, Jonathan. “Sex, Lies, and Videogames.” The Atlantic, Atlantic Media Company, 1 Nov. 2006, www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2006/11/sex-lies-and-videogames/305293/.
Rettberg, Scott, et al. “The Unknown.” The Unknown, collection.eliterature.org/2/.
Sapner, Megan, and Ingrid Ankerson. “Cruising.” Cruising, Electronic Literature Organization, collection.eliterature.org/1/works/ankerson_sapnar__cruising.html.
Short, Emily. “Galatea.” Galatea by Emily Short, nickm.com/if/emshort/galatea.html.
Walker-Rettberg, Jill. “AoIR 5.0.” Distributed Narrative: Telling Stories Across Networks, 21 Sept. 2004, jilltxt.net/txt/Walker-AoIR-3500words.pdf.
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