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Tilley, Carol L. and Sara Bahnmaier. "The Secret Life of Comics: Socializing and seriality." The Serials Librarian (2018): 54–64. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Language: en: English
DOI: 10.1080/0361526X.2018.1428456
BibTeX citation key: Tilley2018a
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Categories: General
Keywords: Fandom, Format, Historical account, Kulturpolitik, Library, Seriality, USA, Wertham. Fredric
Creators: Bahnmaier, Tilley
Collection: The Serials Librarian
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Dr. Carol Tilley delivered a vision session to the 32nd annual meeting of NASIG in Indianapolis, Indiana, on the history of comics readership and libraries, particularly in the United States during the mid-20th century, and the relevance of comics to libraries in the present. It raised awareness for the audience about progress that has been made on comics collecting and programming, as well as the need for librarians to continue and heighten their enthusiasm for this work. It also reminded us that comics tell stories and communicate ideas. They are part of our cultural heritage and they have been for decades. In questions and answers, the audience discussed both the challenges and the rewards of acquiring and organizing comics at their own institutions.
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