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Abrams, Nathan: "A Secular Talmud. The Jewish Sensibility of Mad Magazine." In: Studies in American Humor 30 (2014), S. 111–122.  
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Adin, Mariah: The Brooklyn Thrill-Kill Gang and the Great Comic Book Scare of the 1950s. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2015. (167 S.)  
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Amihay, Ofra: "Red Diapers, Pink Stories. Color Photography and Self-Outing in Jewish Women’s Comics." In: Image [&] Narrative 16.2 (2015), S. 42–64, .  
Added by: joachim 7/13/15, 9:45 AM
Andrae, Thomas: "Funnyman, Jewish Masculinity, and the Decline of the Superhero." In: Siegel and Shusters Funnyman. The First Jewish Superhero, from the Creators of Superman. Hrsg. v. Thomas Andrae und Mel Gordon. Port Townsend: Feral House, 2010, S. 49–85.  
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---: "The Jewish Superhero." In: Siegel and Shusters Funnyman. The First Jewish Superhero, from the Creators of Superman. Hrsg. v. Thomas Andrae und Mel Gordon. Port Townsend: Feral House, 2010, S. 38–48.  
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Baer, Elizabeth R. The Golem Redux. From Prague to Post-Holocaust Fiction. Detroit: Wayne State Univ. Press, 2012. (229 S.)  
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Baskind, Samantha und Ranen Omar-Sherman (Hrsg.): The Jewish Graphic Novel. Critical Approaches. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2008. (360 S.)  
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Baskind, Samantha: The Warsaw Ghetto in American Art and Culture. University Park: Penn State Univ. Press, 2018. (309 S.)  
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Behlman, Lee: "The Escapist. Fantasy, Folklore, and the Pleasures of the Comic Book in Recent Jewish American Holocaust Fiction." In: Shofar 22.3 (2004), S. 56–71.  
Added by: joachim 12/4/11, 1:38 AM
Berger, Alan L. "Michael Chabon’s The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay. The Return of the Golem." In: Studies in American Jewish Literature 29 (2010), S. 80–89.  
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Brod, Harry: "Of Mice and Supermen. Images of Jewish Masculinity." In: Gender and Judaism. The Transformation of Tradition. Hrsg. v. Tamar M. Rudavsky. 1995, S. 279–293.  
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---: Superman Is Jewish? How Comic Book Superheroes Came to Serve Truth, Justice, and the Jewish-American Way. New York: Free Press, 2012. (209 S.)  
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Bronstein, Daniel: "Converting Schmaltz Into Chicken Fat. Will Elder and the Judaization of American Comedy." In: Visualizing Jewish Narrative. Jewish Comics and Graphic Novels. Hrsg. v. Derek Parker Royal. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016, S. 129–140.  
Last edited by: joachim 9/15/19, 12:01 PM
Brown, Rebecca A. "Engendering Friendship. Exploring Jewish and Vampiric Boyhood in Joann Sfar’s Little Vampire." In: Graphic Novels for Children and Young Adults. A Collection of Critical Essays. Hrsg. v. Michelle Ann Abate und Gwen Athene Tarbox. (Children’s Literature Association Series.) Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2017, S. 233–246.  
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Buerkle, Dardy: "Historical Effacements. Facing Charlotte Salomon." In: Reading Charlotte Salomon. Hrsg. v. Michael P. Steinberg und Monica Bohm-Duchen. Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 2005, S. 73–87.  
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Buhle, Paul: From the Lower East Side to Hollywood. Jews in American Popular Culture. London, New York: Verso, 2004. (304 S.)  
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--- (Hrsg.): Jews and American Comics. An Illustrated History of an American Art Form. New York: New Press, 2008. (208 S.)  
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---: "Juden und Comics." In: Helden, Freaks und Superrabbis. Die jüdische Farbe des Comics. Hrsg. v. Margret Kampmeyer-Käding und Cilly Kugelmann. Berlin: Stiftung Jüdisches Museum Berlin, 2010, S. 10–22.  
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Camus, Cyril: "The “Outsider”. Neil Gaiman and the Old Testament." In: Shofar 29.2 (2011), S. 77–99.  
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Caswell, Lucy Shelton und Helena Frenkil Schlam (Hrsg.): Jewish Cartoonists and the American Experience. Columbus: The Ohio State University Cartoon, Graphic and Photographic Arts Research Library, 1999. (17 S.)  
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Chute, Hillary: "Literal Forms. Narrative Structures in Maus." In: Indy Magazine Winter (2005).  
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---: "“The Shadow of a Past Time”. History and Graphic Representation in Maus." In: Twentieth Century Literature 52 (2006), S. 199–230.  
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Cleland, Jaime: "Unterzakhn, Dirty Laundry, and the Map of Lost New York. An Interview with Leela Corman." In: European Journal of American Studies 10.2 (2015).  
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Cohn, Jesse: "“I Revive, Renew, and Re-establish”. Mimetic Catastrophe in Ben Katchor's The Jew of New York." In: Critique. Studies in Contemporary Fiction 50 (2009), S. 365–376.  
Added by: joachim 10/21/09, 11:49 AM
Conley, Christine: "Memory and Trauerspiel. Charlotte Salomon’s Life? or Theatre? and the Angel of History." In: Reading Charlotte Salomon. Hrsg. v. Michael P. Steinberg und Monica Bohm-Duchen. Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 2005, S. 88–104.  
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Costello, Brannon: "“America Makes Strange Jews”. Superheroes and Jewish Masculinity in Howard Chaykin’s Dominic Fortune." In: Visualizing Jewish Narrative. Jewish Comics and Graphic Novels. Hrsg. v. Derek Parker Royal. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016, S. 115–128.  
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Dauber, Jeremy: "Comic Books, Tragic Stories. Will Eisner’s American Jewish History." In: The Jewish Graphic Novel. Critical Approaches. Hrsg. v. Samantha Baskind und Ranen Omar-Sherman. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2008, S. 22–42.  
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---: "Modern Marvels. Jewish Adventures in the Graphic Novel." In: Let's Talk About It! (2004), S. 1–10.  
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Dennis, Geoffrey und Avi S. Dennis: "Vampires and Witches and Commandos, Oy Vey. Comic Book Appropriations of Lilith." In: Shofar 32.3 (2014), S. 72–101.  
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Disselnkötter, Andreas: "Randständiger Antiheld. Daniel Haws jüdische Comicfigur »Moishe Hundesohn«." In: Tribüne 46 (2007), S. 163–167.  
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Doherty, Thomas: "Art Spiegelman’s Maus. Graphic Art and the Holocaust." In: American Literature 68 (1996), S. 69–84.  
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Dowling, Jennifer: "‘Oy Gevalt!’. A Peak at the Development of Jewish Superheroines." In: The Contemporary Comic Book Superhero. Hrsg. v. Angela Ndalianis. (Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies, 19.) London, New York: Routledge, 2009, S. 184–203.  
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Eisenstein, Paul: "Imperfect Masters. Rabbinic Authority in Joann Sfar's The Rabbi's Cat." In: The Jewish Graphic Novel. Critical Approaches. Hrsg. v. Samantha Baskind und Ranen Omar-Sherman. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2008, S. 163–180.  
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Eklund, Tof: "Jewish Giants. Nephilim, Rephaim and the IDF." In: Visualizing Jewish Narrative. Jewish Comics and Graphic Novels. Hrsg. v. Derek Parker Royal. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016, S. 257–268.  
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Engelmann, Jonas: "Verborgene Traditionen. Der Golem im Comic." In: Rechtsextremismus, Rassismus und Antisemitismus in Comics. Hrsg. v. Ralf Palandt. Berlin: Archiv der Jugendkulturen, 2011, S. 316–324.  
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---: Wurzellose Kosmopoliten. Von ­Luftmenschen, Golems und jüdischer Popkultur. Mainz: Ventil, 2016. (125 S.)  
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Enzenbach, Isabel: "Ich sehe was, was du nicht siehst! Divergierende Wahrnehmungen sichtbarer und unsichtbarer Judenfiguren in populären Medien." In: Rechtsextremismus, Rassismus und Antisemitismus in Comics. Hrsg. v. Ralf Palandt. Berlin: Archiv der Jugendkulturen, 2011, S. 162–169.  
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Ewert, Jeanne C. "Reading Visual Narrative. Art Spiegelman's Maus." In: Narrative 8 (2000), S. 87–103.  
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Feuer, Menachem: "Everybody is a Star. The Affirmation of Freaks and Schlemiels through Caricature in the Comics of Drew and Josh Friedman." In: Melus 32.3 (2007), S. 75–101.  
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Fingeroth, Danny: Disguised as Clark Kent. Jews, Comics, and the Creation of the Superhero. London, New York: Continuum, 2007. (183 S.)  
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Frahm, Ole: "Fugen des Unverfügbaren. Jüdische Perspektiven der Graphic Novel." In: Helden, Freaks und Superrabbis. Die jüdische Farbe des Comics. Hrsg. v. Margret Kampmeyer-Käding und Cilly Kugelmann. Berlin: Stiftung Jüdisches Museum Berlin, 2010, S. 90–102.  
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---: Genealogie des Holocaust. Art Spiegelmans MAUS – A Survivor’s Tale. München: Fink, 2006. (301 S.)  
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---: "Im Schatten der Vergangenheit. Tiermetaphern als Darstellungsmittel des Holocaust und ihre Dekonstruktion in Art Spiegelmans MAUS." In: Die Zoologie der Träume. Studien zum Tiermotiv in der Literatur der Moderne. Hrsg. v. Dorothee Römhild. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verl. 1999, S. 222–244.  
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Friedmann, Jonathan L. "Who Was Naamah? Insights from Robert Crumb’s The Book of Genesis Illustrated." In: Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 31.2 (2019), S. 167–176.  
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Glaser, Jennifer: "An Imaginary Ararat. Jewish Bodies and Jewish Homelands in Ben Katchor’s The Jew of New York." In: Melus 32.3 (2007), S. 153–173.  
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Goldberg, Nicole Wilkes und James Goldberg: "“You Wouldn’t Shoot Your Fellow Jews”. Jewish Identity & Nostalgia in Joann Sfar’s Klezmer." In: Shofar 29.2 (2011), S. 100–119.  
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Göllner, Lutz: "SciFi, Juden, Jugendliche. Die Ursprünge der Superheldencomics." In: Das Science Fiction Jahr 8 (2009), S. 32–52.  
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Goodwin, George M. "More Than a Laughing Matter. Cartoons and Jews." In: Modern Judaism 21 (2001), S. 146–174.  
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Gordon, Mel: "The Farblondjet Superhero and His Cultural Origins." In: Siegel and Shusters Funnyman. The First Jewish Superhero, from the Creators of Superman. Hrsg. v. Thomas Andrae und Mel Gordon. Port Townsend: Feral House, 2010, S. 1–37.  
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Gordon, Andrew: "Jewish Fathers and Sons in Spiegelman's Maus and Roth's Patrimony." In: ImageTexT 1.1 (2004).  
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Gordon, Louis: "Jewish Graphic Gangster." In: International Journal of Comic Art 10.1 (2008), S. 452–460.  
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Gravett, Paul: "After Maus. Graphic novels confront the Jewish experience." In: Jewish Quarterly 48.4 (2001), S. 21–28.  
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---: "From Iky Mo to Lord Horror. Representations of Jews in British comics." In: Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 1 (2010), S. 5–16.  
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Greenbaum, Andrea: "Mixing It Up. An interview with Ariel Schrag." In: Studies in Comics 6.2 (2015), S. 339–345.  
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Greinecker-Morocutti, Hannelore: "Wie ist die Darstellung des Warschauer Ghettos im Comic möglich? Der Himmel zwischen den Mauern." In: Der dokumentarische Comic. Reportage und Biografie. Hrsg. v. Dietrich Grünewald. Bochum: Ch.A. Bachmann, 2013, S. 139–152.  
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Gross, Raphael und Erik Riedel (Hrsg.): Superman und Golem. Der Comic als Medium jüdischer Erinnerung. Frankfurt am Main: Jüdisches Museum, 2008.  
Added by: joachim 9/4/09, 10:29 PM
Handelman, Susan: "God’s Comics. The Hebrew Alphabet as Graphic Narrative." In: Comics and Sacred Texts. Reimagining Religion and Graphic Narratives. Hrsg. v. Assaf Gamzou und Ken Koltun-Fromm. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2018, S. 25–42.  
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Harris, Marla: "Borderlands. Places, Spaces, and Jewish Indentity in Joann Sfar's The Rabbi's Cat and Klezmer." In: The Jewish Graphic Novel. Critical Approaches. Hrsg. v. Samantha Baskind und Ranen Omar-Sherman. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2008, S. 181–197.  
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Harris, Miriam: "Releasing the Grip of the Ghostly. Bernice Eisenstein’s I was a Child of Holocaust Survivors." In: The Jewish Graphic Novel. Critical Approaches. Hrsg. v. Samantha Baskind und Ranen Omar-Sherman. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2008, S. 129–143.  
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Hausmanninger, Thomas: "Deconstructing Gilgul, Finding Identity. Captain America and the Winter Soldier in a Judaistic Perspective." In: Journal for Religion, Film and Media 3.1 (2017), S. 105–121, .  
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---: Religion als Kultur. Das Judentum und die jüdische Identität bei Joann Sfar. (Bildnarrative, 10.) Berlin: Ch.A. Bachmann, 2021. (336 S.)  
Added by: joachim 9/15/21, 4:27 PM
Huyssen, Andreas: "Von Mauschwitz in die Catskills und zurück. Art Spiegelmans Holocaust-Comic »Maus«." In: Bilder des Holocaust. Literatur – Film – Bildende Kunst. Hrsg. v. Manuel Köppen und Klaus R. Scherpe. (Literatur – Kultur – Geschlecht, 10.) Köln, Weimar, Wien: Böhlau, 1997, S. 171–189.  
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Johnson, Brian: "Son of a Smaller (Super) Hero. Ethnicity, Comic Books, and Secret Identity in Richler’s Novels of Apprenticeship." In: Canadian Literature 207 (2010), S. 26–40.  
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Kahn, Ariel: "Pursuing paradise. Jewish travel comics as feminist spiritual quests." In: Studies in Comics 7.2 (2016), S. 237–264.  
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Kampmeyer-Käding, Margret und Cilly Kugelmann (Hrsg.): Helden, Freaks und Superrabbis. Die jüdische Farbe des Comics. Berlin: Stiftung Jüdisches Museum Berlin, 2010. (126 S.)  
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Kaplan, Arie: From Krakow to Krypton. Jews and Comic Books. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society, 2008. (225 S.)  
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---: "How Jews Transformed the Comic Book Industry. Part II: The Silver Age (1956–1978)." In: Reform Judaism 32.2 (2003), S. 10–16.  
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---: "How Jews Transformed the Comic Book Industry. Part III: The Bronze Age: (1979– )." In: Reform Judaism 32.3 (2004), S. 12–18.  
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---: "How the Jews Created the Comic Book Industry. Part I: The Golden Age (1933–1955)." In: Reform Judaism 32.1 (2003), S. 14–23.  
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Kavadlo, Jesse: "X-istential X-Men. Jews, Supermen, and the Literature of Struggle." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 38–48.  
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Klingenstein, Susanne: "The Long Roots of Will Eisner’s Quarrel with God." In: Studies in American Jewish Literature 26 (2007), S. 81–88.  
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Koch, Gertrud: "Charlotte Salomons Buch ›Leben oder Theater?‹ als historischer Familienroman." In: Jüdische Kultur und Weiblichkeit in der Moderne. Hrsg. v. Inge Stephan, Sabine Schilling und Sigrid Weigel. Köln, Weimar, Wien: Böhlau, 1994, S. 103–117.  
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---: "Herkunftsmetapher. Zu Charlotte Salomons Buch ›Leben oder Theater?‹." In: Babylon. Beiträge zur jüdischen Gegenwart 12 (1993), S. 58–74.  
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Koelle, Lydia: "»Schöner Götterfunken« – Mit Schiller gegen die Vernichtung." In: Freiburger Rundbrief. Zeitschrift für christlich-jüdische Begegnung 12 (2005), S. 265–274.  
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Korenman, Alicia R. Princesses, Mothers, Heroes, and Superheroes. Images of Jewish Women in Comic Books and Graphic Novels. M.S. (Master's paper), University of North Carolina, School of Information and Library Science 2006 (45 S.).  
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Kugelmann, Cilly: "Gespräch mit einem Comic-Sammler." In: Helden, Freaks und Superrabbis. Die jüdische Farbe des Comics. Hrsg. v. Margret Kampmeyer-Käding und Cilly Kugelmann. Berlin: Stiftung Jüdisches Museum Berlin, 2010, S. 57–61.  
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Lambert, Josh: American Jewish Fiction. (JPS Guide, 120.) Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 2009. (206 S.)  
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---: "“Wanna watch the grown-ups doin’ dirty things?”. Jewish Sexuality and the Early Graphic Novel." In: The Jewish Graphic Novel. Critical Approaches. Hrsg. v. Samantha Baskind und Ranen Omar-Sherman. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2008, S. 43–63.  
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Libicki, Miriam: "Jewish Memoir Goes Pow! Zap! Oy!" In: The Jewish Graphic Novel. Critical Approaches. Hrsg. v. Samantha Baskind und Ranen Omar-Sherman. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2008, S. 253–274.  
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Lightman, Sarah (Hrsg.): Graphic Details. Jewish Women’s Confessional Comics in Essays and Interviews. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2014. (316 S.)  
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Lund, Martin: Re-Constructing the Man of Steel. Superman 1938–1941, Jewish American History, and the Invention of the Jewish–Comics Connection. (Contemporary Religion and Popular Culture.) New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. (215 S.)  
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---: Rethinking the Jewish-Comics Connection. (Lund Studies in History of Religions, 34.) Lund: Centre for Theology and Religious Studies, Lund University, 2013. (413 S.)  
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Ma, Sheng-mei: "Mourning with the (as a) Jew. Metaphor, Ethnicity, and the Holocaust in Art Spiegelman’s Maus." In: Studies in American Jewish Literature 16 (1997), S. 115–129.  
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Malcolm, Cheryl Alexander: "Witness, Trauma, and Remembrance. Holocaust Representation and X-Men Comics." In: The Jewish Graphic Novel. Critical Approaches. Hrsg. v. Samantha Baskind und Ranen Omar-Sherman. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2008, S. 144–160.  
Added by: joachim 8/10/17, 12:07 PM
Marks, Darren C. "‘Sgt Rock is Jewish?’. Joe Kubert, Jews and the Holocaust in American comic books: 1938–2006." In: Jewish Culture and History 20.2 (2019), S. 166–187.  
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McKittrick, Christopher: "From Off the Streets of Poland. Harvey Pekar on History, Israeli Nationalism, and Exploiting the Holocaust." In: Graphic History. Essays on Graphic Novels And/As History. Hrsg. v. Richard Iadonisi. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publ. 2012, S. 55–71.  
Added by: joachim 3/12/13, 6:39 PM
Meinrenken, Jens: "Eine jüdische Geschichte der Superhelden-Comics." In: Helden, Freaks und Superrabbis. Die jüdische Farbe des Comics. Hrsg. v. Margret Kampmeyer-Käding und Cilly Kugelmann. Berlin: Stiftung Jüdisches Museum Berlin, 2010, S. 26–38.  
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Michel, Chantal Catherine: "Von Abraham bis Zionismus. Jüdische Comics – Jüdisches im Comic. Ein Überblick." In: Literarisch-kulturelle Begegnungen mit dem Judentum. Beiträge zur kinderliterarischen Fachöffentlichkeit. Hrsg. v. Jana Mikota, Claudia Maria Pecher und Gabriele von Glasenapp. (Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Akademie für Kinder- und Jugendliteratur Volkach e.V. 45.) Baltmannsweiler: Schneider-Verl. Hohengehren, 2016, S. 23–48.  
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Mihăilescu, Dana: "A bundle of confessions in Jewish women’s comics. Reconstructing Eastern European Jewish American life in Liana Finck’s A Bintel Brief." In: Studies in Comics 6.2 (2015), S. 271–290.  
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---: "Confronting the Shadow of the Holocaust through Transcultural Memory Networks. Martin Lemelman’s Mendel’s Daughter (2006) and Two Cents Plain (2010)." In: Shofar 38.1 (2020), S. 38–75.  
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---: "Jewish Identity amid Wars and Migration. Transnational and Transgenerational Itineraries in Julia Alekseyeva’s Soviet Daughter. A Graphic Revolution." In: Literature and Belief 40.2 (2021).  
Last edited by: joachim 1/11/22, 12:09 PM
---: "The Lower East Side as Mishmash of Jewish Women’s Multicultural Images in Leela Corman’s Unterzakhn." In: Representing Multiculturalism in Comics and Graphic Novels. Hrsg. v. Carolene Ayaka und Ian Hague. (Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies, 68.) London, New York: Routledge, 2014, S. 212–227.  
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---: "Mapping transgenerational memory of the Shoah in third generation graphic narratives. On Amy Kurzweil’s Flying Couch (2016)." In: Journal of Modern Jewish studies 17.1 (2018), S. 93–110.  
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Most, Andrea: "Re-Imagining the Jew’s Body. From ‘Self-Loathing’ to “Grepts”." In: You Should See Yourself. Jewish Identity in Postmodern American Culture. Hrsg. v. Vincent Brook. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2006, S. 19–36.  
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Mulman, Lisa Naomi: "A Tale of Two Mice. Graphic Representations of the Jew in Holocaust Narrative." In: The Jewish Graphic Novel. Critical Approaches. Hrsg. v. Samantha Baskind und Ranen Omar-Sherman. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2008, S. 85–93.  
Last edited by: joachim 11/19/11, 4:42 PM
Nadel, Ira B. "Feiffer’s Jewish Voice." In: Visualizing Jewish Narrative. Jewish Comics and Graphic Novels. Hrsg. v. Derek Parker Royal. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016, S. 67–80.  
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Näpel, Oliver: Auschwitz im Comic. Die Abbildung unvorstellbarer Zeitgeschichte. (Zeitgeschichte – Zeitverständnis, 4.) Berlin [etc.]: LIT, 1998. (109 S.)  
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Oksman, Tahneer: “How Come Boys Get to Keep Their Noses?”. Women and Jewish American Identity in Contemporary Graphic Memoirs. New York [etc.]: Columbia Univ. Press, 2016. (274 S.)  
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---: "Stranger in a Strange Land. Self-Creation and Self-Exile in Vanessa Davis’s Make Me a Woman." In: Studies in American Jewish Literature 32.2 (2013), S. 141–166.  
Last edited by: joachim 3/2/14, 8:41 AM
---: "Visualizing the Jewish body in Aline Kominsky Crumb’s Need More Love." In: Studies in Comics 1.2 (2010), S. 213–232.  
Last edited by: joachim 11/26/16, 4:25 PM
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Database queries: 133