The Journal of Comics & Culture presents: Comics and Culture: Those Who Can, Teach

A Panel and Discussion on October 3, 2018 at 1 Pace Plaza in the Bianco Room from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.

The special event will feature:

  • Cartoonist Mark Newgarden (Cartoon Network)
  • Cartoonist and visual artist Kriota Willberg (Draw Stronger: Self-Care for Cartoonists and Other Visual Artists)
  • Comics artist Klaus Janson (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns)
  • Writer and illustrator Phil Jimenez (Wonder Woman, X-Men).

Paul Levitz, former president and publisher of DC Comics writer of Brooklyn Blood (2018) and Legion of Super-Heroes(2017), will moderate the discussion.

The event is free and open to the public.

Registration is encouraged and can be done by emailing paceup@pace.edu.

Refreshments will be served.

This panel is sponsored by Pace University Press and the Pace University Master’s in Publishing Program.

 

Fall 2018 Journals

We are pleased to announce our upcoming journals for Spring 2018:

  • Hitchcock and the Cold War.
  • Volume 4 of Methods: A Journal of Acting Pedagogy.
  • Volume 21 of Journal of the Early Book.
  • Volume 3, Issue 2 of Perspectives on Early Childhood Psychology and Education.
  • Volume 3 of Journal of Comics and Culture.

Lex Vol 3 Press Release

NEW YORK CITY March 5, 2018 – Pace University Press presents Volume 3 of Lex Naturalis, a journal that explores human nature and non-human nature in concordance with natural law theory. The articles found in Volume 3 are “Wendell Berry and the Metaphysics of...

WSA 24 Press Release

NEW YORK CITY March 6, 2018 – Pace University Press presents Volume 24 of Woolf Studies Annual, our annual journal on the work and life of Virginia Woolf. Volume 24, the newest edition of the prestigious series, is dedicated to feminist scholar Jane Marcus. Special...

Pace University

Pace University's Birnbaum Library, located at Pace's NYC campus, just celebrated the opening of a new exhibit dedicated to Virginia Woolf. The Virginia Woolf Collection contains some rare and wondrous items, including first editions printed by Woolf's own Hogarth...

JEBS Vol. 20 Press Release

Pace University Press presents the twentieth volume of the Journal of the Early Book Society, a fascinating collection on the history and formation of manuscripts and early printed books, highlighting the transition from manuscript to print. Volume 20 focuses on aesthetics, libraries, gender, voice, lyrical texts, form, and function. Articles include: “At Work in the Anchorhold and Beyond: A Codicological Study of London, British Library, Cotton MS Nero A.xiv” by Megan J. Hall; “‘All the Strete My Voyce Shall Heare’: Gender, Voice, and Desire in the Lyrics of Bodleian MS Ashmole 176” by Carissa M. Harris; and “‘Ce petit amas de rymes’: Musicality in Jeanne de Marnef’s Edition of Pernette du Guillet’s Poetry” by Jessie Labadie.

Journal of Comics and Culture Vol. 2 Press Release

Pace University Press presents the second volume of The Journal of Comics and Culture, a collection of essays and articles that examine the historical and social contexts of comics, their fans, and the comic industry. Volume 2 focuses specifically on the informative theme of Comics in the Margins, featuring articles such as “Autobiography, Documentary, and History in Comics: The Four Immigrants Manga and Citizen 13660” by Lan Dong; and “‘Equally Terrorized’: Rhetorical Irony, Rorty, and In the Shadow of No Towers” by Daniel Lawson.

Perspectives Vol. 2 Issue 2 Press Release

Pace University Press presents the second volume, second issue of Perspectives on Early Childhood Psychology and Education, a journal that sheds light on child psychology and early childhood education. Volume 2, Issue 2 focuses on gender nonconformity and identity in children, as well as parenting styles. Articles include “Gender Nonconformity and Gender Identity: Resources for Early Childhood Educators” by Amy E. Tiberi and Tammy L. Hughes; and “Old Roads, New Paths: Men’s Childhood Relationships with Their Fathers and Their Current Parenting” by Karen E. McFadden, Jacqueline D. Shannon, and Catherine Tamis-LeMonda.

Featured Editor: Mark Hussey

Dr. Mark Hussey is the editor and founder of Woolf Studies Annual (WSA), and has published widely on Virginia Woolf and her contemporaries. Hussey has presented scholarly work at the 3rd annual Korea-Japan Virginia Woolf Conference and the MLA Convention, among others, and he has received several honors for his teaching and scholarship, including the Kenan Award for Teaching, Dyson Excellence in Scholarship, and a distinguished professorship from Pace University in 2015. In addition to teaching classes at Pace and editing WSA, Dr. Hussey is the general editor of the Harcourt Annotated Edition of Woolf’s work, serves on the editorial board of the Cambridge Edition, and is coordinator of scholarly content for woolfonline.com. Dr. Hussey was a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow for 2017, and is currently working on a biography of Clive Bell.

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Featured Contributor: Rachel E. Battaglia

Rachel E. Battaglia, PsyD, is a psychologist in the Neonatal Developmental Follow-Up Clinic at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Her contribution to Perspectives on Early Childhood Psychology and Education, “Behavioral Symptoms of Homeless Children as a Function of Stress Levels and Parental Interaction” (co-written with Robert A. Reed), marks her authorial debut. Outside of her contribution to Perspectives, Battaglia has presented an earlier version of this study at homeless centers in Chicago and for the Arkansas Health Department. Her research interests include behavioral expressions of stress, particularly in children and parents, chronic illness, and developmental psychology.

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Former Pace University Press Featured Editors Contributors

Here is where we enshrine our previously featured editors and contributors. Browse through some of our favorites from the past few years, and be sure to check out their publications with us.

Former Featured Contributor: Claire Davison

 

Claire Davison’s most recent contribution to Woolf Studies Annual, entitled “Hearing the World ‘in Full Orchestra’: Voyaging Out with Woolf, Darwin, and Music,” is included in the upcoming WSA Volume 23. In addition to her work with Pace UP, Davison has published widely on Woolf, including a monograph published by Edinburgh University in 2014: Translation as Collaboration: Virginia Woolf, Katherine Mansfield and S. S. Koteliansky.
She also recently co-edited the fourth volume of The Edinburgh Edition of the Collected Works of Katherine Mansfield and The Complete Poems of Katherine Mansfield, both from the Edinburgh University Press. She is a Professor of Modernist Studies at the Universite Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris, and until 2016 she was the Chair of the French Virginia Woolf Society.

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