Is 'Lissa' a trailblazer in bridging academia and comics?
- March 30, 2018
- Sherine Hamdy, anthro, via Pop Matters, March 30, 2018
Two researchers engaged in medical anthropology – Sherine Hamdy (anthropology professor
at University of California, [Irvine]) and Coleman Nye … wrote the story …. Much of
the discussion around the book -- which won the prestigious PROSE academic publishing
award in February -- has centred on how the book is to be located within academic,
and especially anthropological, literature. From this perspective it's seen as a breakthrough
on many levels; a new form of presenting research and of engaging research questions
and insights with a broader public.
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