Comics style a unique way for Tanner Vea to look at social movements

Comics style a unique way for Tanner Vea to look at social movements

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Using the visual and succinct medium of comics, Tanner Vea — assistant professor of learning, design, and technology and learning sciences in Penn State’s College of Education and affiliate faculty in the Rock Ethics Institute — hopes activists will find creative, new ways for putting ideas into practice and scholars will see ingenious ways of learning within social movements.

Image of comics being used to bridge learning sciences and social movements
IMAGE: Provided by Tanner Vea

Vea and his colleague Joe Curnow of the University of Manitoba started trying to bridge the learning sciences and social movements through comics after receiving a grant from the Spencer Foundation.

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Topic(s): General, Public Life
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