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Jennifer Babcock
Attends Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
Lives in New York, NY
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  • Egyptologist/cartoonist, present
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I'm Jennifer. I'm an in the closet optimist.
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  • Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
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  • University of California, Los Angeles
    2000 - 2004
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And now I'm off to Egypt for the next couple of months... I'll be in touch!
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CLV- my webcomic. Feel free to share with friends.
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I'm in White River Junction, VT- getting ready to present a talk at the International Comics Art Forum on Friday.

Here's the program!: http://www.internationalcomicartsforum.org/2011-program-schedule.html
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At ICAF this past weekend I got into a lot of discussions about how one defines comic art. What do you think? Do you stand by McCloud's definition? Or do you think that a work's intention/context has a lot to do with what a comic is?

Personally, I think a lot of it has to do with context and intention... maybe also the potential for reproducibility and/or an audience.
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Yes, I'm speaking of that particular definition, which a lot of people have adopted but tweaked over the years. At ICAF I talked about mcCloud's definition as it applies to Egyptian art.
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I really am getting old...I'm still not sure how Google+ actually works. Can people who added me see all of my posts even if I don't add them back or if I limit my post to certain circles? Not that I really care who reads what I write on this thing, but I'm curious.

Sorry I'm behind the times b/c I wasn't able to get to know this new networking tool over the summer (stupid work computer and its outdated internet browsing software...)
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I just added you and I can see you all the way from OZ.

I think can be seen by anyone if you leave them public as as michael says you can limit them to a given circle if you want more privacy ..BUT I'm a novice also
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