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Baring last minute changes, this is the programme for Graphic Brighton 2016:

Academic day:

Friday 9th December – Lecture Theatre One, 154 Edward Street, BN2 0JG

10.30am Curators intro /
Keynote: Justin Wadlow – ‘The depiction of War in French Comics, from Tardi to Dumontheuil and Kris & Maël’

11.30am In Country
Jedge Pilbrow – ‘Yankee Papa 13 – Vietnam in LIFE 1965; photo essay as fumetti’
George Khoury – ‘Arabic Comics and Conflicts: Indoctrination vs Individualism’
12.30pm Lunch

1.30pm Conflict in Ireland
Louisa Buck – ‘The Myth of Sisyphus as used in newspaper cartoons on the Irish Troubles’
Fionnuala Doran – ‘The Potential of Comics to Interpret the 1916 Easter Rising’
Alex Fitch – ‘The Troubles and beyond in comics by Garth Ennis and John McCrea’
3.00pm Coffee break

3.15pm Alternate looks at occupation
Yannis Koukoulas – ’15 Greek contemporary comics about Nazi occupation in Athens’
Dominic Davies – ‘Drawing Urban Warfare in Leila Abdelrazaq’s Baddawi’

4.15pm Learning from older forms of Warfare
Harriet Earle – ‘Gene Luen Yang’s comics on the Boxer Rebellion’
Camilla Storskog – ‘1940s Swedish comics on pre-19th Century Warfare’
5.15pm Coffee break

Public events:

5.30pm Bryan and Mary Talbot in discussion about Sally Heathcote & The Red Virgin

Saturday 10th December – 58-67 Grand Parade, BN2 0JY

10.30am (M2) Kate Evans: Red Rosa

Parallel workshop (Foyer) Inko / Chie Kutsawada: Making Manga

11.40pm (M2) Tim Pilcher, Paul Collicutt et al: Brighton’s Graphic War

Parallel Workshop (G4): Bryan Talbot – How to make a graphic novel

12.45pm Lunch

1.45pm (M2) Ben Dickson, Sean Michael Wilson (via skype), and Inko – New Internationalist anthologies

Parallel Workshop (G4): Creating comics about heroes – Jaime Huxtable / Chris Geary

3.10pm (M2) Myriad Editions present… – Majid Akhondzadeh Darjazi, Wallis Eates, Kate Evans, Hannah Eaton, Ian Williams, and Olivier Kugler discuss their comics and graphic novels which deal with conflict and trauma.
4.30pm Coffee Break

4.45pm (M2) Dave McKean: Black Dog: The Dreams of Paul Nash

You can download a PDF of the schedule here

Please note: the Pop-up Makers Fair at the University of Brighton takes place between 8th and 11th December and stall holders are entitled to £5 off Graphic Brighton tickets

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