Following closely on the heels of Gabe McGuire’s recent M.A. Thesis defense, Jeremy Stoll, also a graduate student in the Department of Folklore and Ethnology at Indiana, has completed his M.A. with a successful defense last friday. His thesis, titled: “Through the Page Darkly: Japanese Comic Art and Vernacular Religion” examines the culture history of comic art in Japan in route to an exploration of Japanese worldview, particularly regarding questions of human-environmental relationships. Congratulations Jeremy!