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Debating Blackness in the Golden Age of American Comics
Desegregating Comics assembles a team of leading scholars to explore how debates about the representation of blackness shaped both the production and reception of Golden Age comics. It examines not only the racial stereotypes that predominated, but also the innovations of black comics artists and the activism of black fans.
A Graphic Interpretation
Time and Control from Broadcasting to the Internet
The Politics of Tradition, Resistance, and Change
How Young Children Cope When Parents Go to Jail
Literary Theory and the Graphic Novel
Disney’s Flexible Latina Girl
Holocaust Survivors on South Jersey Poultry Farms
Asian Americans in the Midwest
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