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Presentation: Jarret Keene
Professor Jarret Keene (English) gave a luncheon presentation, "Galactic Rangers and Domesticated Dinosaurs: A Reconsideration of the Latent Characters of Comics Auteur Jack Kirby," at last week's 30th Annual Far West Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association Conference held at Palace Station. Also during the FWPCA/ACA conference, professor Heather Lusty (Honors) chaired and presented in a "Mythology and Music" panel that included papers by Keene, professor Philip Rusche (English), and professor Amy Green (English).
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