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WORKS IN

PROGRESS

UNDER CONTRACT

  • So you think you know… Scarecrow? (University Press of Mississippi)

  • Fearless women: Marvel’s tales of acceptance after Comicsgate

  • Scarecrow’s straw man politics: Living in the “Fear State” of the post-truth era

  • The debutante vigilante: Lady Luck, a model for world war womanhood

  • The United Nations Decade for (Wonder) Women: Wonder Woman, the U.N., and women’s liberation

IN DEVELOPMENT WITH EDITORS

  • Old blood-and-ghosts: War-horror comics and U.S. public memory

  • Mother Goddesses and the incarnation, passion, and resurrection of Spider-Man: The transformative nature of Shriek, Shathra, and Ero

  • Profaning the sacred: Religious sites as political metaphors in 007

  • The shield or the skull: The civil-military gap, the militarized superhero, and veteran stereotypes in American myth and memory

  • The divine Comedian: The Kennedys, conflict, and confession

  • Playing the blues in other colors: Graphic narrative as Bob Dylan cover tunes

  • Letters of life, Lace, and love: Milton Caniff’s readers in World War II

  • Bombs & bombshells, aluminum & Lace: Milton Caniff at the intersection of illustration & insignia in World War II

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