Publications & Presentations

Publications

Works in Progress

  • “Comics in India.” In The Routledge Companion to Comics. Editors Roy Cook, Frank Bramlett, and Aaron Meskin. Routledge, forthcoming in 2016.
  • “Between Art & the Underground in India.” In Cultures of Comics Work. Editors Casey Brienza & Paddy Johnston. London: Palgrave MacMillan, forthcoming in 2016.
  • Untitled Comics Project. Collaboration with Zak Kinsella. Forthcoming.
  • The Comics World: Comics, Graphic Novels, & Their Publics. Editors Benjamin Woo & J. Stoll. University Press of Mississippi, forthcoming.

Articles

  • “From Corporations to Collaboration in Indian Alternative Comics.” International Journal of Comic Art. Ed. John Lent. Vol. 17, No. 1 (Spring 2015): 483-499.
  • “Telling Stories and Building Community: Making Comics in India.” Marg: A Magazine of the Arts Special on Comics. Vol. 66, no. 2. Ed. Aniruddha Sen Gupta. Mumbai, 2015.
  • “Bread and Comics: thePao Collective.”International Journal of Comic Art. Ed. John Lent. Vol. 15, No. 2 (Fall 2013): pp. 117-145.
  • “A Creator’s History of the Comics Medium in India.” International Journal of Comic Art. Ed. John Lent. Vol. 15, No. 1 (Spring 2013): pp. 363-82.
  • “Rama for Beginners: Bridging Indian Folk and Comics Cultures”.  Folklore Forum: IU/OSU Conference 2010 Issue. Fall 2011. http://folkloreforum.net/2011/11/25/rama-for- beginners-bridging-indian-folk-and-comics-cultures/
  • “A Domestic Schizophrenia: Gender and Political Cartoons in the Middle East.” International Journal of Comic Art. Ed. J. Lent. Vol. 12, No. 1 (Spring 2010): p302-322.
  • “Sanctity and Sanity: Exploring Ecopsychology.”  Creating a Sustainable Future: Living in  Harmony with the Earth. Eds. Peter B. Kaufman et al. USA: Sci Tech Publishing LLC, 2002: pp. 405-410.

Reviews

Comics & Zines

  • Great Bear Comics #3. Denver, CO: Great Bear Comics, 2016.
  • “Hibernate,” In Ursa Antho: a Comics Anthology. Ed. J. Stoll. Denver, Colorado: Great Bear Comics, 2015.
  • Ursa Antho: a Comics Anthology. Ed. J. Stoll. Great Bear Comics, Forthcoming May 2015.
  • Dogs!: an International Comics Anthology. Eds. J. Stoll & V. Sabhaney. New Delhi, India & Chicago, IL, USA: Captain Bichli Comics, Authors Up Front, & Great Bear Comics, 2014.
  • “The Street Life,” In Dogs!: an International Comics Anthology. Eds. Jeremy Stoll & Vidyun Sabhaney. New Delhi & Chicago: Captain Bichli Comics & Great Bear Comics, 2014.
  • Great Bear Comics #2. Chicago, IL: Great Bear Comics,2014.
  • Sadie Hawkins & the Girl in Question: Vol. 2. Chicago, IL: Great Bear Comics,2014.
  • “The Writer’s Block” (comic strip). In The Small Picture. Ed. Dileep Cherian & Manta Ray Comics. In Mint [Delhi] 21 February 2014.
  • “That’s So Very Hipster.” In Durga No.1. Ed. Tiffany L. Pascal. New Mexico, 2013.
  • Sadie Hawkins & the Girl in Question: Vol. 1. Chicago, IL: Great Bear Comics,2013.
  • Great Bear Comics Sampler 2013. Ann Arbor,MI: Great Bear Comics,2013.
  • The Unnamed. Ann Arbor,MI: Great Bear Comics, 2013.
  • Days & Hours. With Carlea Holl-Jensen. Bloomington, IN: 2010.
  • Narrative Issue 2: Doom & Gloom. Bloomington, IN: 2006.
  • Narrative Issue 1: Comics & Stories. Ann Arbor,MI: 2005.
  • A Dude’s World: Issue 3. Ann Arbor,MI: 2005.
  • “You’re Welcome.” Empty Pockets II: a collection of stories produced by the students of P. Gloeckner’s narrative art course at the University of Michigan. Ed. Phoebe Gloeckner. Ann Arbor,MI: The Wooden Book Press,2006.
  • “Tabula Selenographica.” Empty Pockets :a collection of stories produced by the students of P. Gloeckner’s narrative art course at the University of Michigan. Ed. Phoebe Gloeckner. Ann Arbor,MI: The Wooden Book Press,2005.
  • A Dude’s World: Issue 2. Ann Arbor, MI: 2002.
  • A Dude’s World: Issue 1. Ann Arbor, MI: 2002.

Presentations

  • “Hustle & Flow: The Labor of Comics.” Page 23 LitCon, at Denver Comic Con, 2016.
  • “Art & Avarice in India’s Comics Culture.” Popular Culture Association Annual Meeting, 2016: Seattle, Washington.
  • “Illustrating the Anti-Folk: Conceptions of Group in Delhi’s Comics Culture.” American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, 2015: Long Beach, California.
  • “Of Monsters & Rebels in India’s Comics Culture.” Chair, The Whole World’s a Splash Page: Comics & Global Literature. Page 23 LitCon, at Denver Comic Con, 2015.
  • “The Emergence of Folkloric Comics in India.” American Ethnological Society Annual Meeting, 2015. San Diego, California.
  • “Comics between Art & the Underground in India.” International Comic Arts Forum, 2014. Columbus, Ohio.
  • “DIY Comics: International Storytelling in India.” Chair, Perform-It-Yourself: International Folk & Popular Cultures. American Folklore Society Meeting, 2014. Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • “From Corporations to Collaboration: Alternative Comics in India.”Popular Culture Association Annual Meeting 2014. Chicago, Illinois.
  • “Doing Ethnography with Ethnographers: Following the Comics Community in Delhi.”American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting 2014. Chicago, Illinois.
  • “Of Fans & Folk: Sustaining Comics Community in India.”American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, 2013. Providence, Rhode Island.
  • “Coming to Terms with Comics in Delhi.”MIX 2013: The Columbus College of Art & Design’s Celebration of Comics. Columbus, Ohio.
  • “Arguing the Auteur in Delhi.” International Comic Arts Forum, 2013. Portland, Oregon.
  • “Comics as Craft: Storytelling in Popular Culture.”  Chair, Drawn Together: Images of Folk and Popular Culture. American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, 2012. Bloomington, Indiana.
  • “Making a Manga Mahabharata in India.” MIX 2012: Comics Symposium. Columbus College of Art and Design. Columbus, Ohio.
  • “Creating Comics and Community with Orijit Sen.”  Popular Culture Association Annual Meeting, 2012. Boston, Massachusetts.
  • “Crafting Activism in India’s Comics Culture.” Modern South Asia Workshop, 2012. McMillan Center at Yale University. New Haven, Connecticut.
  • “Social and Academic Responsibility Discussion Forum.”  Forum Co-Planner and Presenter. Re-Framing and Un-Mapping Conference, 2012. Indiana University and Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio.
  • “A Tradition of Comics in New Delhi” Michigan State University Comics Forum, 2012. East Lansing, Michigan.
  • “Storytelling Trees in India’s Comics Culture.”  Chair, Planting Mythology: Supernatural  Plants in Folk Narrative and Art. American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, 2011. Bloomington, Indiana.
  • “Creating Community in New Delhi’s Comics Culture.” Mediating Culture Conference, 2011. Indiana University and Ohio State University. Bloomington, Indiana.
  • “The River of Stories: Environmental Justice and Comics in India.”  Graduate student panel on Environmental Justice, Spring 2010. Bloomington, Indiana.
  • “The Fans and the Folk in India’s Comics Culture.”  India Studies Graduate Student Conference, 2010. Bloomington, Indiana.
  • “Rama for Beginners.” Culture and Contact Conference Spring, 2010. Indiana University and Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio.
  • “The Evolution of Activist Comics in India.”  Popular Culture Association Annual Meeting, 2010. St. Louis, Missouri.
  • “Dissent in the Naming of Nonhuman Animals.”  American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, 2009. Boise, Idaho.
  • “It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Folklore: Activist Comics of India.”  Public and Private Conference, 2009. Indiana University and Ohio State University. Bloomington, Indiana.
  • “Through the Page Darkly: Japanese Comic Art and Vernacular Religion. American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, 2008. Louisville, Kentucky.
  • “A Careful Balance: Manga, Doujinshi, and the American Encounter.”  American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, 2007. Quebec City, Quebec.
  • The Body Monstrous in Japanese Comics: a Tradition of Horror.”  Pushing Boundaries Conference, 2006. Indiana University. Bloomington, IN.
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