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Dittmer, Jason: "“America is safe while its boys and girls believe in its creeds!”. Captain America and American identity prior to World War 2." In: Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 25 (2007), S. 401–423.  
Last edited by: joachim 1/16/11, 4:14 PM
---: "Captain America and Captain Britain. Geopolitical Identity and “the Special Relationship”." In: Captain America and the Struggle of the Superhero. Critical Essays. Hrsg. v. Robert G. Weiner. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2009, S. 135–146.  
Added by: joachim 1/19/10, 7:31 PM
---: Captain America and the Nationalist Superhero. Metaphors, Narratives, and Geopolitics. Philadelphia: Temple Univ. Press, 2013. (230 S.)  
Last edited by: joachim 11/21/20, 8:42 PM
---: "Captain America in the news. Changing mediascapes and the appropriation of a superhero." In: Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 3.2 (2012), S. 143–157.  
Last edited by: joachim 5/12/19, 12:29 PM
---: "Captain America’s Empire. Reflections on Identity, Popular Culture, and Post-9/11 Geopolitics." In: Annals of the Association of American Geographers 95 (2005), S. 626–643.  
Last edited by: joachim 7/22/11, 1:03 PM
Dittmer, Jason und Soren Larsen: "Captain Canuck, audience response, and the project of Canadian nationalism." In: Social & Cultural Geography 8 (2007), S. 735–753.  
Added by: joachim 10/2/11, 11:53 AM
Dittmer, Jason (Hrsg.): Comic Book Geographies. (Media Geography at Mainz, 4.) Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2014. (227 S.)  
Last edited by: joachim 7/14/14, 11:09 PM
---: "Comic book visualities. A methodological manifesto on geography, montage and narration." In: Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35.2 (2010), S. 222–236.  
Added by: joachim 10/27/13, 6:00 PM
---: "Comic Books." In: The Ashgate Research Companion to Media Geography. Hrsg. v. Jason Dittmer, Paul C. Adams und Jim Craine. London, New York: Routledge, 2016, S. 69–83.  
Added by: Martin de la Iglesia 6/23/16, 1:38 PM
---: "Fighting for Home. Masculinity and the Constitution of the Domestic in Tales of Suspense and Captain America." In: Heroes of Film, Comics and American Culture. Essays on Real and Fictional Defenders of Home. Hrsg. v. Lisa M. De Tora. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2009, S. 96–116.  
Added by: joachim 11/26/09, 11:22 AM
---: "Narrating urban assemblages—Chris Ware and Building Stories." In: Social & Cultural Geography 15.5 (2014), S. 477–503.  
Last edited by: joachim 6/30/14, 8:22 PM
---: "Of Gog and Magog. The Geopolitical Visions of Jack Chick and Premillennial Dispensationalism." In: ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 6 (2007), S. 278–303, .  
Added by: joachim 12/11/09, 3:45 AM
Dittmer, Jason und Daniel Bos: Popular Culture, Geopolitics, and Identity. 2. Aufl. (Human Geography in the Twenty-First Century. Issues and Applications.) Lanham [etc.]: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019. (221 S.)  
Last edited by: joachim 11/21/20, 5:52 PM
Dittmer, Jason: "Retconning America. Captain America in the Wake of World War II and the McCarthy Hearings." In: The Amazing Transforming Superhero! Essays on the Revision of Characters in Comic Books, Film and Television. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2007, S. 33–51.  
Added by: joachim 11/26/09, 3:56 AM
Dittmer, Jason und Alan Latham: "The rut and the gutter. Space and time in graphic narrative." In: Cultural Geographies 22.3 (2015), S. 427–444.  
Last edited by: joachim 10/1/15, 11:15 AM
Dittmer, Jason und Robert G. Weiner: "A Selected Bibliographic Essay. Academic Literature." In: Captain America and the Struggle of the Superhero. Critical Essays. Hrsg. v. Robert G. Weiner. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2009, S. 227–240.  
Added by: joachim 1/19/10, 8:07 PM
Dittmer, Jason: "Serialization and Displacement in Graphic Narrative." In: Serialization in Popular Culture. Hrsg. v. Rob Allen und Thijs van den Berg. London: Routledge, 2014, S. 125–140.  
Last edited by: joachim 4/13/15, 4:16 PM
---: "Towards new (graphic) narratives of Europe." In: International Journal of Cultural Policy (2012).  
Added by: joachim 8/30/13, 9:29 PM
---: "The Tyranny of the Serial. Popular Geopolitics, the Nation, and Comic Book Discourse." In: Antipode 39 (2007), S. 247–268.  
Last edited by: joachim 7/22/11, 12:55 PM
Doel, Marcus A. "And So. Some Comic Theory Courtesy of Chris Ware and Gilles Deleuze, Amongst Others. Or, an Explication of Why Comics Is Not a Sequential Art." In: Comic Book Geographies. Hrsg. v. Jason Dittmer. (Media Geography at Mainz, 4.) Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2014, S. 161–180.  
Added by: joachim 6/27/14, 8:27 AM
Dunnett, Oliver: "Framing Landscape. Dan Dare, the Eagle and Post-War Culture in Britain." In: Comic Book Geographies. Hrsg. v. Jason Dittmer. (Media Geography at Mainz, 4.) Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2014, S. 27–40.  
Added by: joachim 6/27/14, 8:46 AM
Fall, Juliet J. "Put Your Body on the Line. Autobiographical Comics, Empathy and Plurivocality." In: Comic Book Geographies. Hrsg. v. Jason Dittmer. (Media Geography at Mainz, 4.) Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2014, S. 91–108.  
Last edited by: joachim 5/12/19, 11:11 AM
Goodbrey, Daniel Merlin: "Foreword." In: Comic Book Geographies. Hrsg. v. Jason Dittmer. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2014, S. 9–14.  
Added by: joachim 1/20/18, 5:28 PM
Huston, Shaun: "Live/Work. Portland, Oregon as a Place for Comics Creation." In: Comic Book Geographies. Hrsg. v. Jason Dittmer. (Media Geography at Mainz, 4.) Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2014, S. 59–71.  
Added by: joachim 6/27/14, 9:47 AM
MacLeod, Catriona: "From Wandering Women to Fixed Females. Relations of Gendered Movement through Post-Colonial Space in Lettres D’Outremer and Le Bar du Vieux Français." In: Comic Book Geographies. Hrsg. v. Jason Dittmer. (Media Geography at Mainz, 4.) Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2014, S. 75–90.  
Added by: joachim 6/29/14, 9:35 PM
Round, Julia: "We Share Our Mothers’ Health. Temporality and the Gothic in Comic Book Landscapes." In: Comic Book Geographies. Hrsg. v. Jason Dittmer. (Media Geography at Mainz, 4.) Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2014, S. 127–140.  
Last edited by: joachim 8/11/19, 4:31 PM
Venezia, Tony: "10th April, 1999, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square. Snakes and Ladders, Occult Cartography and Radical Nostalgia." In: Comic Book Geographies. Hrsg. v. Jason Dittmer. (Media Geography at Mainz, 4.) Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2014, S. 41–58.  
Last edited by: joachim 6/27/14, 9:42 AM
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