Worcester, Kent: "Comics, comics studies, and political science." In: International Political Science Review 38.5 (2017), S. 690–700.
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Keywords: "Charlie Hebdo", Caricature, Politics, Review
Collection: International Political Science Review
Many readers look to comics and cartoons for entertainment, but they can also inform, as well as inspire, controversy and even acts of political violence, as the Jyllands-Posten and Charlie Hebdo cases demonstrate. Indeed, politics and comics connect and overlap in all sorts of ways. This review essay explores the nexus of politics and comics at a time when a growing number of cartoonists are creating extended works of graphic nonfiction that address serious political and historical themes.
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