Viewers of the world-renowned BBC Sci-Fi thrill-ride Doctor Who are quite accustomed to the face of the franchise changing at regular intervals. Concurrently, the eleventh series was awash in change, with the Thirteenth Doctor, portrayed by Jodie Whittaker, being the first female to tackle the role, and a new creative team taking over the story-telling duties for the series’ adventures in space and time. This panel will delve into developments of the eleventh series, discuss Whittaker’s trailblazing take on the Gallifreyan guru, and explore her place in the pantheon of actors assaying the role.
Presenters: Renee Cesaro, Melissa Layton, Christina Peck, Michael Sepulveda, Shane Hunt
Where and when: North 230, 3-4pm
Anthology of stories about identity, culture and spirituality told by writers and artists from a range of communities across North America, including many creators that identify as Métis, Inuit, Dene, Anishnaabe, Cree, Mi’kmaq, Caddo, Haida, Sioux, and Suquamish, among others.
Call number: Labriola Collection PN6790.N72 M66 2015
ʻAmi Press: Tel Aviv, Israel (1959)
Each issue of this rare, early Hebrew comics series featured sports news and one-page continuous stories in black and white, translated from European comics: The Golden Arrow, Charlie Chaplin, Robin Hood, and even King David’s Adventures.
Call number: Distinctive Collections SPEC PXL-515
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