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Science Friday’s “Science Through Graphic Novels”… Great interview(s)! Using graphic novels to teach science…

In this segment, we’ll take a look at two graphic novels that approach science from a different direction. One tackles Darwin’s ‘Origin of Species,’ while the other deals with the life and ideas of philosopher and mathematician Bertrand Russell.

Michael Keller – Journalist, Author, “Charles Darwin’s On The Origin Of Species: A Graphic Adaptation” (Rodale Books, 2009)

Apostolos Doxiadis – Co-author, “Logicomix: An Epic Search For Truth” (Bloomsbury, 2009)

4 thoughts on “Science through graphic novels

  1. I don’t get this. If you click on the links all you get is ads for the books or a radio program. What’s the point?

  2. @tom fauquet – if you click the links it will take you to amazon so you can see the book(s) and it will also take you to an interview with the artists/authors on NPR (science friday).

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