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“I’m Not a Real Person Yet”: Queering Coming of Age in Frances Ha

“I’m Not a Real Person Yet”: Queering Coming of Age in Frances Ha

Schadewaldt, Annika. ““I’m Not a Real Person Yet”: Queering Coming of Age in Frances Ha.” aspeers, no. 12, 2019, pp. 97-116.

Veep, Invective Spectacle, and the Figure of the Comedic Antiheroine

Veep, Invective Spectacle, and the Figure of the Comedic Antiheroine

Kanzler, Katja. “Veep, Invective Spectacle, and the Figure of the Comedic Antiheroine.” Zeitschrift fuer Anglistik und Amerikanistik 67.2, 2019, 147-162.

Star Trek Discovery: Gesellschaftsvisionen für die Gegenwart

Star Trek Discovery: Gesellschaftsvisionen für die Gegenwart

Kanzler, Katja, and Christian Schwarke, editors. Star Trek Discovery: Gesellschaftsvisionen für die Gegenwart.

Dystopia in the Skies: Negotiating Justice and Morality on Screen in the Video Game BioShock Infinite

Dystopia in the Skies: Negotiating Justice and Morality on Screen in the Video Game BioShock Infinite

Schubert, Stefan. “Dystopia in the Skies: Negotiating Justice and Morality on Screen in the Video Game BioShock Infinite.” European Journal for American Studies 13.4 (2018): n. pag. Web.

Narrative and Play in American Studies: Ludic Textuality in the Video Game Alan Wake and the TV Series Westworld

Schubert, Stefan. “Narrative and Play in American Studies: Ludic Textuality in the Video Game Alan Wake and the TV Series Westworld.” Playing the Field: Video Games and American Studies. Ed. Sascha Pöhlmann. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2019. 113-30. Print.

Narrative Instability: Destabilizing Identities, Realities, and Textualities in Contemporary American Popular Culture

Narrative Instability: Destabilizing Identities, Realities, and Textualities in Contemporary American Popular Culture

Schubert, Stefan. Narrative Instability: Destabilizing Identities, Realities, and Textualities in Contemporary American Popular Culture. Heidelberg: Winter, 2019. Print. American Studies - A Monograph Ser. 305.

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