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Graphic History: Essays on Graphic Novels And/As History

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ISBN-10: 1443840750
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Richard A. Iadonisi received his Ph.D. in American literature from Indiana University and is currently teaching at Grand Valley State University. He has published and presented on Art Spiegelman's Maus, Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns, Jack Jackson's Los Tejanos, and images of Asia in American comics from 1945 to the present. In addition, he has published articles on Robert Frost, Richard Wright, and Amy Lowell. Maaheen Ahmed is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Jacobs University in Bremen, Germany. Her research interests encompass the philosophical implications and subjectivity of art works, the employment of word-image liaisons for narration as well as the variations and implications of intermediality. Her doctoral thesis analyzed graphic novels and similar works from several cultural spheres (Anglophone, Francophone, Germanic and Finnish) in order to deduce possible characteristics of the graphic novel on a transcultural level. A monograph based on the dissertation will be published by Intellect. Current publications on graphic literature include articles in the International Journal of Comic Art as well as enyclopedia contributions and several chapters in conference volumes. Laura L. Beadling earned her doctorate in American Studies from Purdue University in 2007. Since then, she has been teaching film, literature, and writing at the University of Wisconsin Platteville. She has recently published on Mohawk filmmaker Shelley Niro and on the HBO miniseries adaptation of Tony Kushner's Angels in America. Her current project is on a book about Native American filmmakers. Jennifer Brock is currently completing her dissertation, You Shall Go Home Again...: Narratives of Colonial Return from the Eighteenth through the Early Twentieth Centuries, at the University of California, Davis. A scholar of Colonial and Post-colonial British Literature in the Victorian and Edwardian periods, she is currently looking forward to working on her next project on soldiering for the British Army from the Indian Mutiny through the Great War. Her other fields of interest include gender theory, and theories of globalization and trans-nationalism. Samantha Cutrara is a Toronto-based history researcher and practitioner who received her PhD in Language, Culture and Teaching from the Faculty of Education at York University (Toronto, Canada) in 2012. Her ongoing research focus is the possibilities of critical social justice learning in a history classroom, with an emphasis on student experience and an ethics of care. Kevin Donnelly is a recent graduate of the Comparative History Program at Brandeis University, and is now an Assistant Professor of History at Alvernia University in Reading, PA. His current research interest is in the history of nineteenth-century social sciences, in particular the work of the Belgian savant Adolphe Quetelet. Other interests include the history of science and technology, the history of ideas, novels (graphic or otherwise), baseball and film. Richard A. Iadonisi received his Ph.D. in American literature from Indiana University and is currently teaching at Grand Valley State University. He has published and presented on Art Spiegelman's Maus, Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns, Jack Jackson's Los Tejanos, and images of Asia in American comics from 1945 to the present. In addition, he has published articles on Robert Frost, Richard Wright, and Amy Lowell. Christopher McKittrick was born and raised on Long Island, New York and currently lives in Queens, where he teaches at St. John's University. He contributed an essay on director Terry Gilliam to Roman Catholicism in Fantastic Film from McFarland Press, and his nonfiction writing has also appeared in Newsday and Good Times Magazine. He has also spoken about literature, film, and comic books at various conferences across the country. As a regular contributor to MovieB

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Christopher McKittrick was born on Long Island, New York and currently lives in Queens. His short stories range in style from fantasy to literary fiction. His nonfiction work has also appeared in Newsday, Artéfact Magazine, and Good Times Magazine and he is a regular contributor to MovieBuzzers.com, a website focused on the film industry and DailyActor.com, a website focused on acting in all media. He has spoken about literature, film, and comic books at various conferences across the country.

For more information, visit his website at http://www.chrismckit.com

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