Representing Multiculturalism in Comics and Graphic Novels

Representing Multiculturalism in Comics and Graphic Novels

by Carolene Ayaka, Ian Hague

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781317687153
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 11/20/2014
Series: Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 270
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

Carolene Ayaka has a doctorate in social policy from the University of Chichester. She did her MA in Gender studies and diversity at the University of Bradford. Her main area of interest is identity; how it is theorised and presented as well as its negotiations and diverseness (thus far having mainly focused on African female identity). Her interest in comics stems from her enjoyment of exploring how they are used to represent and translate people’s everyday lives and imagined lives.

Ian Hague is the director of Comics Forum (http://comicsforum.org), an academic organization that promotes the study of comics and related forms. He is the author of Comics and the Senses: A Multisensory Approach to Comics and Graphic Novels (Routledge 2014) as well as various articles and reviews, and he holds a PhD from the University of Chichester. He can be found online at www.ianhague.com and on Twitter @drianhague.

Table of Contents

 Introduction Carolene Ayaka and Ian Hague  Part 1: Histories and Contexts  1. Multiculturalism Meets the Counterculture: Representing Racial Difference in Robert Crumb’s Underground Comix Corey K. Creekmur  2.  The Impact of Latino Identities and the Humanizing of Multiculturalism in Love and Rockets Ana Merino  3. The Presidential Penis: Questions of Race and Representation in South African Comic and Satirical Art Andy Mason  Part 2: Depicting Difference  4. Recognition and Resemblance: Facture, Imagination and Ideology in Depictions of Cultural and National Difference Simon Grennan  5. ‘Badgers? We don’t need no steenkin’ badgers!’ Talbot’s Grandville, Anthropomorphism and Multiculturalism Mel Gibson  6.The Image of the Foreigner in Historical Romanian Comics under Ceauşescu’s Dictatorship Mihaela Precup  Part 3: Monstrosity and Otherness  7. The Monster Within and Without: Spanish Comics, Monstrosity, Religion, and Alterity Sarah D. Harris  8.Colonialist Heroes and Monstrous Others: Stereotype and Narrative Form in British Adventure Comic Books Ian Horton  9. Set Pieces: Cultural Appropriation and the Search for Contemporary Identities in Shōnen Manga Jacob Birken  Part 4: Challenging Assumptions  10. Narrative Exploration against Mentality Issues: Indirect Education for Multiculturalism in Tintin Maria-Sabina Draga Alexandru  11. Embracing Childish Perspective: Rutu Modan's A Royal Banquet With the Queen Lily Glasner  Part 5: Case Studies  12.An Innocent at Home: Scott Pilgrim and His Canadian Multicultural Contexts Brenna Clarke Gray and Peter Wilkins  13.The Lower East Side as Mishmash of Jewish Women’s Multicultural Images in Leela Corman’s Unterzakhn Dana Mihăilescu  14. They All Look Alike? Representations of East Asian Americans in Adrian Tomine’s Shortcomings and Scenes from an Impending Marriage Emma Oki  15. Tulips and Roses in a Global Garden: Speaking Local Identities in Persepolis and Tekkon Kinkreet Alex Link

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