ReggieCon will welcome author and licensed psychologist Dr. David Pincus to the panel of experts from 7-8:30 p.m., December 2 via Zoom. 

ReggieCon is a series of virtual panels with experts in comic and popular media, focusing on issues of race and diversity. In recognition of Seasonal Depression Awareness Month, the December panel will focus on the TV animated special A Charlie Brown Christmas. Dr. Pincus is a professor in the psychology department at Chapman University and teaches courses in personality, clinical psychology, and psychotherapy.

There is no cost to attend. Those interested can join the Zoom webinar at the ReggieCon website.

Panelists include Dr. Scott Jordan, chair of the Department of Psychology at Illinois State University; Victor Dandridge, founder of Vantage InHouse Productions; Dr. Theresa Rojas, professor of English at Modesto Junior College and director of the Latinx Comic Arts Festival; and Dr. Eric Wesselmann, associate professor of psychology at Illinois State.

Sponsored by the Office of Enrollment Management and Academic Services, the Harold K. Sage Fund, and the Illinois State University Foundation, ReggieCon is entering its second year with panels throughout the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters.

Upcoming panels include:
Blackjack meets Black Panther
February 24
Black History Month

Jessica Jones Alias
March 24
Women’s History Month

Marvel’s Amulet
April 14
Arab American Heritage Month

My Neighbor Totoro
May 5
Asian Pacific Heritage Month