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Your favorite Event-Con has probably gone virtual, and ISU is no different.

After the success of the first ever ReggieCon in 2020-21, ReggieCon continues!

Illinois State University is bringing the “Con” tradition to Normal, with ReggieCon!

ReggieCon focuses on the depictions of race, gender, and ethnicity in comics, graphics novels, movies, and other popular media.

In celebration of the Hispanic Heritage Month:

UNDER THE COTTONWOOD TREE

Assigned Reading: Under the Cottonwood Tree

THURSDAY,
SEPTEMBER 237 PM

ReggieCon Panelists

Dr. Scott Jordan


Chair and Professor, ISU Department of Psychology.

Victor Dandridge Jr.

Mr. Victor Dandridge


Founder, Vantage InHouse Productions.

Dr. Theresa Rojas


Professor of English and Director of the Latinx Comic Arts Festival, Modesto Junior College.

Dr. Eric Wesselmann


Associate Professor, ISU Department of Psychology.

Guest Panelists

Paul Meyer

Carlos Meyer

Margaret Hardy

Tentative ReggieCon Schedule 2021-2022

October 28, 2021

LGBT History Month

My Favorite Thing is Monsters

November 11 2021

Native American Heritage Month

Ghost River

December 2, 2021

Seasonal Depression Awareness Month

A Charlie Brown Christmas

February 24, 2022

Black History Month

Blackjack meets Black Panther

March 24, 2022

Women’s History Month

Jessica Jones Alias

April 14, 2022

Arab American Heritage Month

New Marvel Character, Amulet

May 5, 2022

Asian Pacific Heritage Month

My Neighbor Totoro

Visit the ReggieCon Merchandise Shop!

A portion of the proceeds from each order placed here will go to the Red and White Scholarship Fund, which provides support to Redbird students with demonstrated need and/or high academic achievement. All orders will be shipped once the store is closed on September 27.

PREVIOUS EVENTS

May 2021

In Celebration of Asian Pacific Heritage Month

April 2021

In Celebration of Diversity Month

March 2021

In Celebration of Women’s History Month

February 2021

In Celebration of Black History Month

October 2020

Recognizing LGBT History Month

September 2020

Recognizing Hispanic Heritage Month

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