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Saturday April 28, 2012 10:08 am
Paul Levitz, Legion of Super-Teachers
If you’ve been wondering what Paul Levitz has been doing since he left his office at DC Comics, I can tell you one of those things: teaching. He’s an Adjunct Professor of Publishing at Pace University.
According to Pace, “during the Fall 2012 semester, Prof. Levitz will be teaching PUB 615, Comics & Graphic Novels. During the Spring 2013 semester he will be teaching a new course, PUB 619, The Future of Publishing: Transmedia, and he hopes to see many of the Pace M.S. in Publishing students in one or both of these classes.”
Read More | Pace University
At the link, there’s a nice bio of Professor Levitz, along with a multi-paragraph piece that he wrote about his time in comics and the changes he’s seen and what he sees for the future of publishing.
Writes the Professor: “I hesitate to predict what technologies the current Pace Publishing students will end up commanding. But I am convinced that the core competencies of managing creative people and processes will remain vital to our society, and as media change and converge, the need for publishing skills will continue.”
Just one question: will this be on the final?
[Artwork: The Professor]
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