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Quick Thoughts / Musings on Comics, Journalism, and the Persistence of Palestine

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Quick Thoughts
Musings on Comics, Journalism, and the Persistence of Palestine
{{langos=='en'?('02/11/2016' | todate):('02/11/2016' | artodate)}} - Issue 4.2
Hosted by Adel Iskandar

In this short and thoughtful interview, Joe Sacco discusses the problematics of mainstreaming in journalism, his appreciation for the comic genre, and his recurring concern about Palestine. 

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Joe Sacco
Joe Sacco

Joe Sacco (born October 2, 1960) is a Maltese-American cartoonist and journalist.

Joe Sacco (born October 2, 1960) is a Maltese-American cartoonist and journalist. He is best known for his comics journalism, in particular in the books Palestine (1996) and Footnotes in Gaza (2009), on Israeli–Palestinian relations; and Safe Area Goražde (2000) and The Fixer (2003) on the Bosnian War.

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