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A scholarly look at Jewish Adventures in the Graphic Novel

San José Public Library will be hosting “Let’s Talk About It – Jewish Literature" with a selected theme of “Modern Marvels – Jewish Adventure in the Graphic Novel.”

The series will be led by scholar Victoria Harrison, PhD, San José State University’s Coordinator of Jewish Studies. She will be joined by guest lectures David Mesher, Dalia Sirkin and Mary Salzman.

The graphic novel, as a genre, has broad appeal to people of diverse cultural backgrounds.

The 2009 “Let’s Talk About It – Jewish Literature” series will be held on Sundays, beginning January 25th, at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library.

January 25: A Contract With God: And Other Tenement Stories, by Will Eisner
February 22: Maus I/II, by Art Spiegelman
March 22: Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer: Stories, by Ben Katchor
April 26: The Quitter, by Harvey Pekar
May 31: The Rabbi's Cat, by Joann Sfar

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