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Mattia Arioli

Research fellow

Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Publications

Mattia Arioli, Review of: American Nightmares: Dystopia in Twenty-First-Century US Fiction. Valentina Romanzi, «IPERSTORIA», 2023, 21, pp. 490 - 494 [Review]Open Access

Mattia Arioli, War, Gender, and Diaspora in Clément Baloup’s Memoires de Viet Kieu, «INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMIC ART», 2023, 25, pp. 300 - 318 [Scientific article]

Mattia Arioli, A (not so) Forgotten War: The Korean Conflict as a Turning Point in the History of the War Comics Genre, «IPERSTORIA», 2022, 19, pp. 312 - 333 [Scientific article]Open Access

Mattia Arioli, Clément Baloup’s Mémoires de Viet Kieu. Exploring the Vietnamese Diaspora(s), «SCRITTURE MIGRANTI», 2022, 16, pp. 1 - 24 [Scientific article]Open Access

Mattia Arioli, Documenting De-colonial Practices through Comics: Joe Sacco’s Paying the Land, «DIVE-IN», 2022, 2, pp. 51 - 78 [Scientific article]Open Access

Mattia Arioli, Promises of Democratic Consent and Practices of Citizenship: Reenacting Japanese Internment Camps Memories in Comics Form, «JAM IT!», 2022, 6, pp. 230 - 256 [Scientific article]Open Access

Mattia Arioli, Telling and Performing Past, Present, and Future Histories in Comics: Residential Schools as Cultural Trauma, «COMPARATISMI», 2022, 7, pp. 250 - 265 [Scientific article]Open Access

Mattia Arioli, La memoria della Guerra del Vietnam nei graphic memoir di Marcelino Truong, in: Letteratura e altri mondi: generi, politica, società, Bologna, LILEC - Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Culture Moderne dell’Università di Bologna, 2021, pp. 47 - 61 (QUADERNI DEL DOTTORATO – DIPARTIMENTO LILEC) [Chapter or essay]Open Access

Mattia Arioli, Review of: Breaking the Frames: Populism and Prestige in Comics Studies, «JAM IT!», 2020, 3, pp. 193 - 199 [Review]Open Access