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Disability In Comic Books And Graphic Narratives

Author: Zach Whalen
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137501111
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As there has yet to be any substantial scrutiny of the complex confluences a more sustained dialogue between disability studies and comics studies might suggest, Disability in Comic Books and Graphic Narratives aims through its broad range of approaches and focus points to explore this exciting subject in productive and provocative ways.

Stiche

Author: David Small
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ISBN: 9783551786951
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Finalist for the 2009 National Book Award and finalist for two 2010 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards: the prize-winning children's author depicts a childhood from hell in this searing yet redemptive graphic memoir. One day David Small awoke from a supposedly harmless operation to discover that he had been transformed into a virtual mute. A vocal cord removed, his throat slashed and stitched together like a bloody boot, the fourteen-year-old boy had not been told that he had cancer and was expected to die. In Stitches, Small, the award-winning children's illustrator and author, re-creates this terrifying event in a life story that might have been imagined by Kafka. As the images painfully tumble out, one by one, we gain a ringside seat at a gothic family drama where David, a highly anxious yet supremely talented child, all too often became the unwitting object of his parents' buried frustration and rage. Believing that they were trying to do their best, David's parents did just the reverse. Edward Small, a Detroit physician who vented his own anger by hitting a punching bag, was convinced that he could cure his young son's respiratory problems with heavy doses of radiation, possibly causing David's cancer. Elizabeth, David's mother, tyrannically stingy and excessively scolding, ran the Small household under a cone of silence where emotions, especially her own, were hidden. Depicting this coming-of-age story with dazzling, kaleidoscopic images that turn nightmare into fairy tale, Small tells us of his journey from sickly child to cancer patient, to the troubled teen whose risky decision to run away from home at sixteen, with nothing more than the dream of becoming an artist, will resonate as the ultimate survival statement. A silent movie masquerading as a book, Stitches renders a broken world suddenly seamless and beautiful again.

The Secret Origins Of Comics Studies

Author: Matthew Smith
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317505786
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In The Secret Origins of Comics Studies, today’s leading comics scholars turn back a page to reveal the founding figures dedicated to understanding comics art. Edited by comics scholars Matthew J. Smith and Randy Duncan, this collection provides an in-depth study of the individuals and institutions that have created and shaped the field of Comics Studies over the past 75 years. From Coulton Waugh to Wolfgang Fuchs, these influential historians, educators, and theorists produced the foundational work and built the institutions that inspired the recent surge in scholarly work in this dynamic, interdisciplinary field. Sometimes scorned, often underappreciated, these visionaries established a path followed by subsequent generations of scholars in literary studies, communication, art history, the social sciences, and more. Giving not only credit where credit is due, this volume both offers an authoritative account of the history of Comics Studies and also helps move the field forward by being a valuable resource for creating graduate student reading lists and the first stop for anyone writing a comics-related literature review.

Anatomie Des Comics

Author: Stephan Packard
Publisher: Wallstein Verlag
ISBN: 3835320084
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Was sind Comics? Wie funktionieren sie und wie lassen sich die Unterschiede zwischen verschiedenen Typen von Comics beschreiben? Wieso akzeptieren wir das menschliche Agieren von Enten und Mäusen im Comic, ohne den Text für eine Fabel zu halten? Lassen sich Comics eindeutig gegen Höhlenmalereien und illuminierte Handschriften, gegen Photoromane und Trickfilme abgrenzen? Wie werden die einzelnen Bilder miteinander verbunden - und wie die Bilder mit der Schrift? Wie funktionieren Metaphern und andere rhetorische Figuren in Comics? Welche Besonderheit zeichnet den dritten Zeichenraum aus, der in cartoonisierten Körperdarstellungen entsteht, und wie wird er in Comics eingesetzt? Packards psychosemiotische Medienanalyse verbindet Ansätze der formalen Zeichentheorie mit psychoanalytischen Interpretationsstrategien. Er entwirft ein Modell des Verweischarakters von Cartoons, das zugleich deren affektive Bedeutung erklärt: Ein Moment in der Selbsterfahrung des Lesers im Moment der Lektüre wird zugleich der dargestellten Figur zugeschrieben.

Cultural Disability Studies In Education

Author: David Bolt
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351593447
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Over the last few decades disability studies has emerged not only as a discipline in itself but also as a catalyst for cultural disability studies and Disability Studies in Education. In this book the three areas become united in a new field that recognises education as a discourse between tutors and students who explore representations of disability on the levels of everything from academic disciplines and knowledge to language and theory; from received understandings and social attitudes to narrative and characterisation. Moving from late nineteenth to early twenty-first-century representations, this book combines disability studies with aesthetics, film studies, Holocaust studies, gender studies, happiness studies, popular music studies, humour studies, and media studies. In so doing it encourages discussion around representations of disability in drama, novels, films, autobiography, short stories, music videos, sitcoms, and advertising campaigns. Discussions are underpinned by the tripartite model of disability and so disrupt one-dimensional representations. Cultural Disability Studies in Education encourages educators and students to engage with disability as an isolating, hurtful, and joyful experience that merits multiple levels of representation and offers true potential for a non-normative social aesthetic. It will be required reading for all scholars and students of disability studies, cultural disability studies, Disability Studies in Education, sociology, and cultural studies.

Death Disability And The Superhero

Author: José Alaniz
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 1626743274
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The Thing. Daredevil. Captain Marvel. The Human Fly. Drawing on DC and Marvel comics from the 1950s to the 1990s and marshaling insights from three burgeoning fields of inquiry in the humanities—disability studies, death and dying studies, and comics studies—José Alaniz seeks to redefine the contemporary understanding of the superhero. Beginning in the Silver Age, the genre increasingly challenged and complicated its hypermasculine, quasi-eugenicist biases through such disabled figures as Ben Grimm/The Thing, Matt Murdock/Daredevil, and the Doom Patrol. Alaniz traces how the superhero became increasingly vulnerable, ill, and mortal in this era. He then proceeds to a reinterpretation of characters and series—some familiar (Superman), some obscure (She-Thing). These genre changes reflected a wider awareness of related body issues in the postwar United States as represented by hospice, death with dignity, and disability rights movements. The persistent highlighting of the body’s “imperfection” comes to forge a predominant aspect of the superheroic self. Such moves, originally part of the Silver Age strategy to stimulate sympathy, enhance psychological depth, and raise the dramatic stakes, developed further in such later series as The Human Fly, Strikeforce: Morituri, and the landmark graphic novel The Death of Captain Marvel, all examined in this volume. Death and disability, presumed routinely absent or denied in the superhero genre, emerge to form a core theme and defining function of the Silver Age and beyond.

Schattenspringer Wie Es Ist Anders Zu Sein

Author: Daniela Schreiter
Publisher: Panini
ISBN: 3957834791
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Daniela ist AspergerAutistin. Seit ihrer Diagnose wollte sie einen Comic darüber zeichnen, wie es ist, als Autist zu leben, zu sehen, zu fühlen. Wörter allein haben dafür einfach nie ausgereicht. In ihrem Debüt Schattenspringer zeichnet sie nun ihre Kindheit bis zum Erwachsenenalter auf und welche Hürden es dabei zu meistern gilt, von denen Nicht Autisten nicht einmal ahnen, dass sie überhaupt existieren. Einfühlsam und authentisch legt sie dar, wie sich im Anderssein der Alltag gestaltet. Gleichzeitig erkennt man sich auch als Leser oft in den von ihr beschriebenen Situationen wieder. Eine bemerkenswerte Graphic Novel darüber, wie es ist, wenn man die Welt mit anderen Augen sieht. Deutsche Eigenproduktion.