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Moura, Pedro. Visualising Small Traumas: Contemporary portuguese comics at the intersection of everyday trauma. Studies in European Comics and Graphic Novels. Leuven: Leuven Univ. Press, 2022. 
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Resource type: Book
Language: en: English
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 9789462703032
BibTeX citation key: Moura2022
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Categories: General
Keywords: Mendes. Marco, Politics, Portugal, Rocha. Miguel, Trauma
Creators: Moura
Publisher: Leuven Univ. Press (Leuven)
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Portugal's vibrant comics scene originated as early as the 19th century, bringing forth brilliant individual artists, but has remained mostly unknown beyond Portugal’s borders to this day. Now a new generation employs this medium to put into question hegemonic views on the economy, politics, and society. Following the experience of the financial crisis of the past decades and its impact on social policies, access to and rules of public discourse, and civil strife, comics have questioned what constitutes a traumatogenic situation and what can act as a creative response.
By looking at established graphic novels by Marco Mendes and Miguel Rocha, fanzine-level, and even experimental productions, Visualising Small Traumas is the first English-language book that addresses Portuguese contemporary comics and investigates how trauma studies can both shed a light on comics making and be informed by that very same practice.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments (9)

Introduction: Going small to widen the scope (11)

1. The semi-peripheral role of the Portuguese comics scene (23)
2. A short history of trauma (71)
3. Marco Mendes and the ever-temporary rebuilding of the self (93)
4. Miguel Rocha and working through the acting out of history (119)
5. Minor comics and atomised responses to small traumas (165)

Conclusion (215)

References (223)

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