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Boykin, Jessica. "Filling in the Gutters: Graphic biographies disrupting dominant narratives of the civil rights movement." Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics 3. 1 2019. Accessed 29 May. 2019. <http://journalofmultimo ... cs.com/3-1-issue-boykin>.   
Last edited by: joachim 5/29/19, 1:56 PM
Chaney, Michael A. "Misreading with the President: Re-reading the covers of john lewis’s march." International Journal of Comic Art 20. (2018): 25–42.   
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Davis-McElligatt, Joanna C. "Walk Together, Children: The function of interplay of comics, history, and memory in martin luther king and the montgomery story and john lewis’s march: book one." Graphic Novels for Children and Young Adults. A Collection of Critical Essays. Eds. Michelle Ann Abate and Gwen Athene Tarbox. Children’s Literature Association Series. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2017. 298–311.   
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Giesa, Felix. "Erzählungen von Konflikt und Trauma in amerikanischen Comics nach 9/11." An allen Fronten. Kriege und politische Konflikte in Kinder- und Jugendmedien. Eds. Ingrid Tomkowiak, et al. Vol. 3. Beiträge zur Kinder- und Jugendmedienforschung. Zürich: Chronos, 2013. 127–54.   
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Oppolzer, Markus. "John Lewis’s March: Promoting social action through comics." Geschichte im Comic. Befunde – Theorien – Erzählweisen. Ed. Bernd Dolle-Weinkauff. Berlin: Ch.A. Bachmann, 2018. 225–38.   
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Santos, Jr., Jorge J. Graphic Memories of the Civil Rights Movement: Reframing history in comics. World Comics and Graphic Nonfiction. Austin: Univ. of Texas Press, 2019.   
Added by: joachim 5/24/19, 1:24 PM
Schmid, Johannes C. P. "Graphic Nonviolence: Framing “good trouble” in john lewis’ march." European Journal of American Studies 13. 4 2018. Accessed 25 Feb. 2022. <https://journals.openedition.org/ejas/13922>.   
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Stein, Daniel. "Lessons in Graphic Nonfiction: John lewis, andrew aydin, and nate powell’s march trilogy and civil rights pedagogy." Journal of American Studies 55. (2021): 620–56.   
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Thaller, Sarah. "Comics, Adolescents, and the Language of Mental Illness: David heatley's “overpeck” and nate powell’s swallow me whole." Graphic Novels for Children and Young Adults. A Collection of Critical Essays. Eds. Michelle Ann Abate and Gwen Athene Tarbox. Children’s Literature Association Series. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2017. 45–58.   
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Todd, Katie. "Learning to “MARCH” – Selma 1965 and its Legacy: A report on john lewis discussing his graphic novel series at the center for american studies at columba university." Journal of Comics and Culture 1. (2016): 169–74.   
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