• Politically Cartoonish: Remember June?

    Politically Cartoonish: Remember June?1

    Hello, and welcome to the June edition of Politically Cartoonish. Apologies for the lateness of June’s column. As with the rest of WWAC, the Politically Cartoonish column is working to include analyses of non-U.S. and non-Western issues. Readers are encouraged to send political cartoon suggestions to the author via her Twitter handle @youandyourego.

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  • Politically Cartoonish: Judging April

    Politically Cartoonish: Judging April0

    Hello, and welcome to the April edition of Politically Cartoonish. As with the rest of WWAC, the Politically Cartoonish column is working to include analyses of non-U.S. and non-Western issues. Readers are encouraged to send political cartoon suggestions to the author via her Twitter handle @youandyourego.

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  • Politically Cartoonish: Judging March

    Politically Cartoonish: Judging March0

    Welcome back to Politically Cartoonish, WWAC’s new monthly political cartoons column! As always, WWAC seeks to examine a variety of viewpoints and issues in consideration of its international audience. Readers can (and please do!) send political cartoon suggestions to the author via her Twitter handle: @youandyourego.

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  • Politically Cartoonish: Judging February

    Politically Cartoonish: Judging February0

    Welcome to WWAC’s newest monthly column “Politically Cartoonish” where we’ll be analyzing the art and message of five political cartoons every month. It’s been a little over a month since the new U.S. administration came into power, so it’s no surprise that many political cartoons focused on this. Considering the harmful myth of American exceptionalism,

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  • Political Cartooning and How to Survive the Pitfalls of the Internet

    Political Cartooning and How to Survive the Pitfalls of the Internet0

    • September 28, 2016

    I’ve been cartooning a long time, and in the last year as our society has boiled over with all of its longstanding ills, drawing has felt like the best way I know how to preserve my sanity so, armed with a pencil, I took a sharp turn away from fiction and toward social commentary. I strongly encourage

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