Author and artist Dana Walrath practices a border-crossing blend of creative writing, comics, art, and anthropology. In this lecture, she explores the work that went into creating projects such as Aliceheimer’s, a graphic memoir about her mother’s dementia journey, and considers the last impacting of this type of storytelling.
About Dana Walrath
Dana Walrath’s award-winning works include Aliceheimer’s, a graphic memoir about her mother’s dementia journey, Like Water on Stone, a verse novel about the Armenian genocide, and The Book of Genocides, an interactive art installation that uses artists books to counter dehumanization and genocide.
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