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A History of Women Cartoonists
Mira Falardeau is a well known cartoonist and academic who has had her comic strips published in Chtelaine, Perspectives, Canadian Women Studies, La Vie en rose and Recherches Fministes. Her drawings were exhibited in Art and Feminism (Contemporary Art Museum, Montreal, 1981), Pork Roasts, 250 Feminist Cartoons (Vancouver, 1981), Women Cartoonists (Cartoonist Guild, New York, 1982), Radical Humor (New York University, 1983) and The Voice of Images, Feminists cartoons (Powerhouse Gallery, Montreal, 2017). She is the author of several books on the history of cartoonists, animators and political cartoonists in French and has served as a guest curator for several exhibitions at Le Muse National des Beaux-Arts du Qubec in Quebec City and the National Library of Quebec in Montreal. Falardeau has taught "Visual Humor" and "Scriptwriting for Cartoons and Comics" at the Laval University in Quebec City and later taught at the University of Ottawa and in the Department of Cinema and Communication in the Cegep of Limoilou from 1997 to 2005. Mira lives in Quebec City.
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