Natasa Lackovic

“Comme un chef”, a new graphic novel by Peeters and Aurita published

A new graphic novel collaboration, this time between Benoît Peeters and Aurélia Aurita, has been published and featured as one of the highlights of this year’s Angoulême festival, at the main stand of renowned publishing house Casterman. The novel is autobiographical, about Professor Peeters’ student days and love of cooking, quite humorous, authentic and wonderfully drawn by Aurelia […]

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New graphic medicine project

A new international project will focus on developing a digital teaching manual applying a GNC/visual narrative, by a team of UK and Thai academics, focusing on youth health and sex education in response to identified needs of Thai teachers and Thai Ministry of Education goals for the future of education. The manual pilot will be produced […]

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New “Graphic Futures” project

A new exciting project related to GNC to start soon. Graphic futures is a project in collaborative authorship based at the Institute for Social Futures at Lancaster University. The project aim is to use techniques from graphic fiction in order to explore how social futures are created in the now. As well as getting creative […]

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Friday comics academic sessions: Erika’s departmental blog

by Erika Fülöp This post is an excerpt from Erika’s post originally published  on Lancaster University Languages and Culture’s blog web page: Graphic recording artist: Sarah Firth; image copyrights: ©Sarah Catherine Firth, graphic recording of the panel discussion, Sarah’s web page: ‘Comics are fun to read; therefore comics are for kids (and occasionally for […]

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Our award-winning comic project exhibited in Kendal!

The amazing art/comic work by the pupils of Stepping Stones and Heysham High, led by The Dukes (Vicky Fletcher) and artist Ben Hunt in collaboration with Dr Natasa Lackovic and Dr Nicola Ingram (Educational Research, Lancaster University) is exhibited in Kendal at The Waterside cafe – see page 3 of the Windows trail programme: […]

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