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Advisory Board

David Cutler

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David Cutler is an award-winning independent school teacher at Brimmer and May in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, where he teaches United States history, government, journalism, and popular culture in American history. Cutler is proud to act as a Teacher of the Future for the National Association of Independent Schools. He has also written about education and comics in the classroom for EdutopiaHuffPostPBS NewsHour, and The Atlantic. Cutler attended Brandeis University as an undergraduate, with a major in History and minors in Latin American studies and journalism. He holds an M.A. in comparative history, also from Brandeis.

Theresa Rojas, PhD

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Dr. Theresa Rojas is a scholar, artist, and traveler who has visited 11 countries and 40 U.S. states. As a Professor of English and the first Professor of Ethnic Studies at Modesto Junior College, she teaches literature, creative writing, composition, comparative media, Latinx Studies, and Ethnic Studies with a specialty in post-1945 visual culture and comics studies. Dr. Rojas is the founding Director of the Latinx Comic Arts Festival. LCAF is the California Central Valley’s international celebration of Latinx comic arts creators and friends, spotlighting Latinx cartoonists, writers, animators, artists, and comic arts educators. She is also an artist whose work has appeared in numerous group and solo exhibits and has been collected internationally. Dr. Rojas’ current scholarly project focuses on the intersection of Latinxs and graphic medicine (medically-related narratives in comic form). She is a Faculty Senator who serves on the Executive Board of the Graphic Medicine International Collective, and the Editorial Board of Amatl Comix. 

David Seelow, PhD

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David Seelow has taught in virtually every kind of educational setting: university, college, community college, public high school, private high school, alternative high school, residential school for incarcerated youth, and prison. He has 30 years teaching experience, including 15 in online/distance education. Dr. Seelow, obtained a doctorate in Comparative Literature from Stony Brook (State University of New York), and M.A. in English from Columbia University, before returning to school to earn an Advanced Certificate in Educational Computing, permanent teaching licenses for grades 7-12 in both English and Social Studies and a School District Administrator’s License for Grades K-12. Lastly, Dr. Seelow also has a certificate in Game Design. He founded the Center for Game and Simulation-Based Learning, an award winning Online Writing Lab, and the Revolutionary Learning blog and consulting service. Dr. Seelow’s last book Lessons Drawn: Essays on the Pedagogy of Comics and Graphic Novels was published in 2019. His just finished editing a book called Teaching in the Game-Based Classroom: Practical Strategies for Grades 6-12 to be published in 2021 as part of Routledge’s Eye on Education series. He currently resides in the Capital Region of New York State next to a nature preserve. In addition to games and comics, Dr. Seelow loves the New York Yankees, literature, tennis, film, theater, all things Irish and, most of all, a beloved pug named Roderick.

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