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Dec 9

Zine My Research (or how I learned to stop worrying and turn my 10-page paper into a perzine)

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Barnard Zine Library, MLC 2nd floor
  • Add to Calendar 2022-12-09 15:00:00 2022-12-09 17:00:00 Zine My Research (or how I learned to stop worrying and turn my 10-page paper into a perzine) Image   Zine My Research (or how I learned to stop worrying, and turn my 10-page paper into a perzine) is a fun way to transform an academic paper or other project into an accessible work you can share with your loved ones and frenemies. Check out LolMyThesis for inspiration on boiling a dense topic down to one funny sentence. Alternately, the zine you make zine can be serious, full of gooey feelings, or channel your rage. REGISTER We'll provide collage materials, art supplies, and snacks. BYO research topics! PS Here's an idea of what a research minicomic zine could look like: A Brief History of Balloons in Science. Image Barnard Zine Library, MLC 2nd floor Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public
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flyer with text over a one page folding zine. the text is the same as in the body of this page

 

Zine My Research (or how I learned to stop worrying, and turn my 10-page paper into a perzine) is a fun way to transform an academic paper or other project into an accessible work you can share with your loved ones and frenemies. Check out LolMyThesis for inspiration on boiling a dense topic down to one funny sentence. Alternately, the zine you make zine can be serious, full of gooey feelings, or channel your rage.

REGISTER

We'll provide collage materials, art supplies, and snacks. BYO research topics!

PS Here's an idea of what a research minicomic zine could look like: A Brief History of Balloons in Science.

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screenshot of the first page of A Brief History of Balloons in Science: handwritten text that reads "Scientists love balloons. In the last century, weather balloons have confirmed the rise in global temperatures and discovered a hole in the ozone layer. But balloon science goes way back." in front of a field of birthday-type balloons