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Friday, June 16 • 3:10pm - 4:40pm
Session 3B: Comics and Life After War

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Meeting Room 1 (4th Floor)

“When I Returned: The Role of Advocacy Cartooning in Creating Awareness and Strengthening Community Ties” J.D. Lunt

“Representing Trauma: Garry Trudeau’s Unique Contribution to Public Perceptions of the Plight of Iraqi War Veterans” Linda Raphael, PhD (George Washington University School of Medicine)

“Veteran Engagement in VA Research: A Comic Perspective” Sarah Ono (VA Portland Health Care System), Kara A. Zamora (San Francisco VA Health Care System)and Tyler Thompson (project illustrator)

“Uniform Access: Lived-Experience Graphic Novels as Vectors to Spread Post-Traumatic Growth to American Veterans.” Jeanine “Jinx” Ashforth


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Linda Raphael

Professor/Dierctor of Medical Humanities, George Washington University
The first time I presented on teaching comics and medicine was at the inaugural Graphic Medicine Conference in London, 2010. Not only did I meet the terrific gang who have become mainstays of the Graphic Medicine community, but learned about texts I did not know, and began to dev... Read More →
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Kara Zamora

Research Anthropologist, Veterans Health Administration


Friday June 16, 2017 3:10pm - 4:40pm
Seattle Public Library 1000 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, WA

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