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Friday, June 16 • 1:20pm - 2:50pm
Session 2D: Giving Voice to Displaced People, Communities, and Cultures Through Comics

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Main Auditorium (1st floor)

“Multi-lingual comics fighting infectious disease: Incorporating community feedback” David Lasky & Nikki Eller, MPH (Public Health – Seattle & King County)

“Care and Vulnerability in the Co-Design of Graphic Narrative Interventions for Refugee Mental Wellness” Brian Goldfarb (Associate Professor of Communication, University of California, San Diego); Riley Taitingfong (PhD Student, University of California, San Diego)

“Zombies and Refugees: the Politics of Educational Comics” Beth Hewitt (The Ohio State University)

“Transmuting Transgenerational Trauma: Comics, Re-humanization, and Kinship across Genocides” Dana Walrath (University of Vermont)


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Nikki Eller

Student, University of Washington
I just finished my Master of Public Health in Health Services last week! The project I'm presenting here was one I worked on at Public Health -- Seattle & King County for a summer internship. I am interested in health behaviors, and wrote my thesis on vaccine hesitancy. I current... Read More →
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Brian Goldfarb

Associate Professor of Communication, University of California, San Diego
Brian Goldfarb is Associate Professor of Communication at the University of California, San Diego. His research and creative production focus on visual/digital culture, disability and education. His book, Visual Pedagogy, considers media technologies used advance models of pedago... Read More →
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Riley Taitingfong

PhD Student in Communication, University of California, San Diego
Riley Taitingfong is a third year PhD student in Communication at UCSD. Her work is centered primarily around minority health and health technologies. In particular she is interested in working collaboratively with indigenous communities to coproduce new health-related media and... Read More →


Friday June 16, 2017 1:20pm - 2:50pm
Seattle Public Library 1000 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, WA

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