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Drawing Together or Reflections on How (Not) to Edit Graphic Novels in Art Education

Drawing Together or Reflections on How (Not) to Edit Graphic Novels in Art Education Visual Arts Research B. Stephe The Pennsylv n Carpenter, II ania State Un iversity Kevin Tav The Ohio State in Universit Guest editing this special issue seemed like a great idea when we began, but editing an issue entirely in graphic novel format became more challenging than we had expected. © 2012 by the board of trustees of the university of illinois vi we had authored previously a graphic novel formatted article (Carpenter and Tavin, 2010), but editing an entire journal is different. We put together the call for submissions with specific, yet open, parameters, which left questions about review criteria and how to provide feedback to the authors. the authors and the reviewers had to consider how to negotiate relationships between text and images, how to assess and comment on graphic novels, and by extension other non-conventional modes of scholarship representation, that push methodological, ideological, and other boundaries. duffy (2009) authored previously a graphic novel formatted article in visual arts research. these challenges opened up some rather exciting possibilities and considerations for the use of graphic novel formatted scholarship within peer-reviewed journals and other publications. In our call for submissions, we noted how the concept of the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Visual Arts Research University of Illinois Press

Drawing Together or Reflections on How (Not) to Edit Graphic Novels in Art Education

Visual Arts Research , Volume 38 (1) – Aug 31, 2012

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Visual Arts Research B. Stephe The Pennsylv n Carpenter, II ania State Un iversity Kevin Tav The Ohio State in Universit Guest editing this special issue seemed like a great idea when we began, but editing an issue entirely in graphic novel format became more challenging than we had expected. © 2012 by the board of trustees of the university of illinois vi we had authored previously a graphic novel formatted article (Carpenter and Tavin, 2010), but editing an entire journal is different. We put together the call for submissions with specific, yet open, parameters, which left questions about review criteria and how to provide feedback to the authors. the authors and the reviewers had to consider how to negotiate relationships between text and images, how to assess and comment on graphic novels, and by extension other non-conventional modes of scholarship representation, that push methodological, ideological, and other boundaries. duffy (2009) authored previously a graphic novel formatted article in visual arts research. these challenges opened up some rather exciting possibilities and considerations for the use of graphic novel formatted scholarship within peer-reviewed journals and other publications. In our call for submissions, we noted how the concept of the

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