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Bock, Charles. "On Archer’s Underground Comix Roots: How underground comic books helped give rise to Archer." Harper’s Magazine 2013. Accessed 4 Feb. 2015. <http://harpers.org/blog ... nderground-comix-roots/>.   
Added by: joachim 2/4/15, 3:55 PM
Diederichsen, Dietrich. "Die Simpsons der Gesellschaft." SPEX (1999): 40–42.   
Added by: joachim 12/30/11, 12:12 AM
Fahle, Oliver. "Die Simpsons und der Fernseher." »Previously on …«. Zur Ästhetik der Zeitlichkeit neuerer TV-Serien. Eds. Arno Meteling, Isabell Otto and Gabriele Schabacher. Mediologie. München: Fink, 2010. 231–42.   
Added by: joachim 4/28/19, 12:56 PM
Fink, Moritz. Understanding The Simpsons: A Media Phenomenon at the Edge of Convergence Culture. Marburg: Tectum, 2016.   
Last edited by: joachim 9/12/18, 11:40 AM
Granzow, Stefanie and Tilman von Brand. "Böser Bart – böser Mr. Burns: Spielarten des Bösen in den Simpsons." Praxis Deutsch (2017): 22–27.   
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Gruteser, Michael, Thomas Klein, and Andreas Rauscher, eds. Subversion zur Prime-Time: Die Simpsons und die Mythen der Gesellschaft. 3rd ed. Marburg: Schüren, 2014.   
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Haverkamp, Nicolas. "Alter(n)sbilder in Comics: Donald Duck, Miraculix und Grampa Simpson." Querformat (2014): 91–97.   
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In het Panhuis, Erwin. Hinter den schwulen Lachern: Homosexualität bei den Simpsons. Berlin: Archiv der Jugendkulturen, 2013.   
Added by: joachim 7/3/13, 9:44 PM
Keazor, Henry. "Kunst und Film bei den Simpsons." Kunsthistorische Arbeitsblätter (2003): 37–46.   
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Keazor, Henry. "»Up and Atom!«: Superheroes in The Simpsons." kritische berichte 39.(2011): 20–33.   
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Keazor, Henry. "“The Stuff You May Have Missed”: Art, Film and Metareference in The Simpsons." The Metareferential Turn in Contemporary Arts and Media. Forms, Functions, Attempts at Explanation. Eds. Werner Wolf and Katharina Bantleon. Studies in Intermediality. Amsterdam [etc.]: Rodopi, 2011. 463–90.   
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Kiedrowski, Jonas. "The Simpsons as a satirical portrayal of neoliberal influence on public education." Pedagogy, Culture & Society 21.(2013): 195–215.   
Added by: joachim 8/25/13, 11:51 PM
Kusche, Matthias. "Böse Bilder: Einige kritische Anmerkungen zur vermeintlichen Wirksamkeit des Mediums Bild am Beispiel von Max und Moritz und Die Simpsons." Wahrnehmungskulturen. Erkenntnis – Mimesis – Entertainment. Eds. Gerd Antos, et al. Massenphänomene. Halle: Mitteldeutscher Verl. 2009. 175–89.   
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Lewis, Todd V. "Religious Rhetoric and the Comic Frame in The Simpsons." Journal of Media and Religion 1.(2002): 153–65.   
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Montironi, Maria Elisa. "The Simpsons’ Shakespeare: Hamlet Today: Possible Meanings and Consequences of a Parodic Appropriaton." Between 2.4 2012. Accessed 16 Jun. 2017. <http://ojs.unica.it/ind ... etween/article/view/690>.   
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Seidler, Andreas. "Mediale Selbstreflexion als Lernansatz am Beispiel der Serie Die Simpsons." Serialität in Literatur und Medien. Bd. 1: Theorie und Didaktik. Eds. Petra Anders and Michael Staiger. Baltmannsweiler: Schneider-Verl. Hohengehren, 2016. 73–83.   
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Stemmann, Anna. "Märchenspuren in Springfield: Die Simpsons und das parodistische Spiel mit dem Erzählfundus." Märchen im Medienwechsel. Zur Geschichte und Gegenwart des Märchenfilms. Eds. Ute Dettmar, Claudia Maria Pecher and Ron Schlesinger. Stuttgart: Metzler, 2018. 347–57.   
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Wehner, Michael, Sebastian Reinkunz, and Isabel Flory. "Civic Education with The Simpsons." Journal of Social Science Education 7/8.2/1 2008. Accessed 3 Sep. 2015. <http://www.jsse.org/ind ... /jsse/article/view/1070>.   
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White, Kenneth Michael and Mirya Holman. "Pop Culture, Politics, and America’s Favorite Animated Family: Partisan Bias in The Simpsons?." Studies in Popular Culture 34.(2011): 87–107.   
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Wolf, Reva. "Homer Simpson as Outsider Artist, or How I Learned to Accept Ambivalence (Maybe)." Art Journal 65.(2006): 100–11.   
Added by: joachim 2/14/13, 11:10 PM
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