Academic Writing

“‘Detroit vs. Everybody (Including Superheroes): Representing Race through Setting in DC Comics”

Inks: The Journal of the Comics Studies Society

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“Conjuring David Foster Wallace’s Ghost: Prosopopoiea, Whitmanian Intimacy, and the Queer Potential of Infinite Jest and The Pale King"

Orbit: A Journal of American Literature

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“‘The Eager Arab Astronaut’: Fantasies of Space and Flight in the Lebanese Diasporic Imagination”

College Literature

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“Cartooning Racial Violence and the BLM Movement”

BOOM! #*@&! Splat: Comics and Violence

UP of Mississippi

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“Nobody’s Protest Novel: Novelistic Strategies of the Black Lives Matter Movement”

The Comparatist

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“Chris Ware's Building Stories as Deleuzian Fabulation, Or Why and How to Read Comics
Affectively"

ImageTexT

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“Queering Wallace: On the Queer History of Addiction Fiction”

David Foster Wallace in Context, Cambridge UP

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“Hip-Hop Comics and Intertextuality: Allusion and Play in the Works of Ronald Wimberly”

Hip-Hop in American Literature and Culture

Cambridge UP

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