literary geography: graphic fiction

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Dittmer, J. 2005. “Captain America’s empire: reflections on identity, popular culture, and post-9/11 geopolitics.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 95 (3): 626–643.

Dittmer, J. 2007. “Of Gog and Magog: The Geopolitical Visions of Jack Chick and Premillennial Dispensationalism.” ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 6 (2): 278–303.

Dittmer, J. 2007. “‘America is safe while its boys and girls believe in its creeds!’: Captain America and American identity prior to World War 2.” Environment and Planning D 25 (3): 401-423.

Dittmer, J. 2007. “The tyranny of the serial: popular geopolitics, the nation, and comic book discourse.” Antipode 39 (2): 247–268.

Dittmer, J. 2009. “Fighting for Home: Masculinity and the Constitution of the Domestic in Tales of Suspense and Captain America.” Heroes of film, comics and American culture: essays on real and fictional defenders of home: 96.

Dittmer, J. 2010. “Comic book visualities: a methodological manifesto on geography, montage and narration.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35 (2): 222–236.

Dittmer, J. 2011. “Captain Britain and the Narration of Nation.” Geographical Review 101 (1): 71–87.

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Dittmer, J. and S. Larsen. 2007. “Captain Canuck, audience response, and the project of Canadian nationalism.” Social & Cultural Geography 8 (5): 735–753.

Dittmer, J., and A. Latham. 2014. “The Rut and the Gutter: Space and Time in Graphic Narrative.” Cultural Geographies. (online early)

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Gallacher, L.A.. 2011. “(Fullmetal) alchemy: The monstrosity of reading words and pictures in Shonen Manga.” Cultural Geographies 18: 457-473.

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