NYC – Politics & Comics Lecture

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Peter Kuper, Liza Donnelly, and Jeff Danziger appear at Columbia University’s Butler Library on Monday, November 3, 2014 at 6:00 PM!

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From Honore Daumier to Thomas Nast, George Cruikshank to Garry Trudeau, political ideology and political commentary have been expressed through the medium of comics.

Please join Peter Kuper (cartoonist and co-founder of the political comics journal World War 3 Illustrated), Jeff Danziger (editorial cartoonist), and Liza Donnelly (New Yorker cartoonist and member of “Cartooning for Peace“) as they discuss the role of politics in their own work.

What better way to spend Election Day eve?

Butler Library, room 523

There will be books available for purchase and signing.

Come early, and visit the “Comics at Columbia: Past, Present, Future” in Butler Library’ Rare Book & Manuscript Library, 6th floor east.

Butler Library | Columbia University
535 W 114th St, New York, NY 10027
(212) 854-7309

NYC – Comics at Columbia Exhibit

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Al Jaffee, Wendy and Richard Pini, Chris Claremont, Paul Levitz, Alexander Rothman, Sophia Wiedeman, Peter Kuper, Gregory Benton, Forsyth Harmon, Tom Motley, and more appear at the Butler Library at Columbia University  on Tuesday October 7th at 6:00 PM for the grand opening reception of an exhibition, which features materials from Columbia’s comics archives. A brief discussion in 203 Butler will kick off the evening, then all may adjourn for a reception and exhibition viewing in our Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

Butler Library | Columbia University 
535 W 114th St, New York, NY 10027
(212) 854-7309

NYC – Celebrating Al Jaffee

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Columbia University celebrates the life and career of cartoonist AL JAFFEE, creator of the MAD Magazine Fold-in, with a panel discussion in honor his donation of his papers to their Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Former DC Comics president (and sometime Columbia lecturer) Paul Levitz will moderate, and joining him will be cartoonist Peter Kuper, Mad magazine art director Sam Viviano, and–of course!–Al himself at the Butler Library on Tuesday March 4 at 7:00 PM in room 523.

A reception will follow the event.  As always, Comics@Columbia events are free and open to the public.

Butler Library | Columbia University
535 W 114th St, New York, NY 10027
(212) 854-7309

NYC – An Evening with the Dream King

Neil Gaiman and Paul Levitz speak on Thursday, April 14, 2011 from 7:00-9:00pm.

Author, graphic novelist, and screenwriter Neil Gaiman (Sandman, American Gods, Coraline, The Graveyard Book) has been described by the Dictionary of Literary Biography as “one of the top ten living post-modern writers.” Join Paul Levitz, former publisher of DC Comics and lecturer at Columbia University’s Center for American Studies as he talks with Gaiman about his life and his writing.

Presented by the Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies and the Center for American Studies, Columbia University.

Click here for tickets.

Peter Jay Sharp Theater at Symphony Space
2537 Broadway (at 95th Street), New York, NY

NYC – Stories Lecture

Neil Gaiman debuts STORIES: All-New Tales, a collection of genre-fuzzing fictions from an eclectic mix of great writers at Columbia University on Tuesday June 15 at 7:00 pm. He will discuss the imagination and the increasingly scuffed line between genre and mainstream fiction. Several contributors will be on stage with him, including Kurt Andersen, Lawrence Block, Kat Howard, Jeffrey Ford, Walter Mosley, and Joe Hill; ace editor Ellen Datlow will also be a part of the panel.

For questions call 212.678.3920

This event is not ticketed; seats are free and available first come/first serve. The space holds approximately 600.

Teachers College – Columbia University
Cowin Center Auditorium
525 West 120th Street (on the corner of 120th & Broadway)
New York, NY 10027