Comics at UF!

UF is one of the premier academic institutions for studying comics, animation and other forms of visual rhetoric in North America. For MA and PhD students, there is the option of choosing the Comics and Visual Rhetoric track when pursuing a degree.

The presence of the library's ever-expanding special collection of comics, the online journal ImageText, the annual comics conference and flexible teaching opportunities which allow graduate employees to incorporate their scholarship in meaningful ways with their teaching provide many opportunities to develop as a professional academic while studying in one's chosen field.

Courses

Undergraduate (Fall 2010)

LIT 4305, "Comics and Animation," Dr. Donald Ault.

ENG 4953, "Department Seminar: Visual Textuality," Dr. Donald Ault.

Undergraduate (Spring 2009)

LIT 4930, "Blake, Newton, Disney," Dr. Donald Ault.

Undergraduate (Fall 2009)

LIT 4305, "Comics and Animation," Dr. Donald Ault.

Graduate (Spring 2009)

LIT 6308, "Studies in Comics and Animation," Dr. Donald Ault.