Comics Publishing Roundtable, featuring Qiana Whitted and Andrew Kunka, moderators. Kendra Boileau, Publisher of Graphic Mundi and the Assistant Director and Editor-in-Chief of Penn State University Press Gina Gagliano, Publishing Director of Random House Graphic John Jennings,Professor of Media and Cultural Studies at the University of California at Riverside
Emily Decker-Bess, moderator Susan Kirtley, "Girl in the Middle: Cyborgs, Selfhood, and Ms. Marvel" Carolyn Cocca,“The Peace We Find in Battle”: Gender and Violence in Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel Comics Samantha Langsdale,“Physical Feminism” in Female-Led Superhero Comics: Analyzing Violence, Gender, and Race
Roundtable: Representation, Repatriation, and Renovation Tania Perez Cano, "New Weapons for a Greek Goddess: Athena, the first Cuban Webcomic in English" Adrienne Resha, "Thoth, Justice, and the American Way: Egyptian Myth, Modern Egypt, and Superhero Comics" Maite Urcaregui,“Political Geographies of Race in James Baldwin and Yoran Cazac’s Little Man, Little Man: A Story of Childhood”
Elk Paauw, "4dtime.space" Jakub Jankowski, "What For Do We Need «Reading Patterns» When Reading Comic Books?" Deborah Shamoon, "Boxes and Balloons: On First and Third Person Narration in Manga and Comics"
Brianna Anderson, "A 'Gentle Fantasy' of Ocean Conservation: Environmental Justice in Aquicorn Cove" Keith Friedlander, "The Role of Communal Studios in Combatting Precarious Labour" Ben Machlin, "Celebrating the Ordinary in Chris Ware’s Rusty Brown"
Jeremy Stoll, "Re-Worlding Comics: An Argument for Scholarly Ethics" Johnathan Flowers, "Comics as Self-Cultivation: What Comics Studies Can Learn from Motoori Norinaga" Kenneth Oravetz, "Critical Bibliographic and Artist’s Book Approaches to Understanding Comics Materiality" Kalervo A. Sinervo, "Digital Materiality in Comics: Questions of Colour"