Graphic Novels at UNLV: An Exploration of Their Relevancy and Your Freedom to Read

Graphic Novels at UNLV: An Exploration of Their Relevancy and Your Freedom to Read — 2019

Join the University Libraries for "Graphic Novels at UNLV: An Exploration of Their Relevancy and Your Freedom to Read" on Wednesday, September 25 from 4-5:30 p.m. in the Goldfield Room at Lied Library.

Graphic novels are among the most challenged books in schools and libraries. Defend your freedom to read by joining us for a Banned Books Week conversation about the use and value of graphic novels at UNLV.

This free event will include a discussion with Jarret Keene, Faculty Advisor and Consulting Editor for the Department of English; Jean Munson, Program Manager for the Women's Research Institute of Nevada; Katherine Keller, Library Technician II in the Teacher Development and Resources Library and a board member of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund; and Amanda Melilli, Head of the Teacher Development and Resources Library.

A book tasting of graphic novels available through the University Libraries will take place following the discussion.

If you have any special accommodation needs, contact Lonnie Marshall at 702-895-4517 or lonnie.marshall@unlv.edu. 

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