Graphic Narrative Project

From political cartoons and centuries-old Japanese woodblock prints to superhero serials, manga, comics journalism and webcomics, pictures and words have been brought together by visionary artists across the world who saw the potential to tell stories of human civilization in ways not possible via text or image alone. The Graphic Narrative Project explores the many manifestations of this medium, spanning the boundaries of race, nation, genre, time period, and language to bring together faculty, students, artists, and scholars from across disciplines. Through inviting artists and scholars from across these disparate fields to give presentations and participate in discussions with the Stanford community via workshops, we hope to continue to foster new perspectives, collaborations, and debates that span academic departments’ traditional divisions.


Faculty Workshop Coordinators
Graduate Student Coordinators
Meeting Schedule