Art History and Comics:
A UC Davis Graduate Student Symposium
Thank you for joining us for the “Art History and Comics,” a symposium that explored new UC Davis graduate student work on comics, graphic novels, and manga. We would like to thank our speakers Arcadio Bolanos (“Sexuality and New Identities in Alan Moore’s Lost Girls), Srđan Tunić (“Tea Gathering in Stan Sakai’s Usagi Yojimbo: Where Contemporary Comics and Japanese Tradition Intersect”), Xuying Liu (“What Should Chinese Youth Idolize? – The National Image of Lu Xun in Graphic Novels from 1949 to 1979″), and Hunter Kiley (“Hyouge Mono and The Aesthetic Potential of Manga to Represent Japanese Tea Culture and History”).