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International Journal of Comic Art 9, 2 (2007) 330-339
Geographical Classification in Comics
Martin De La Iglesia 1

In this article, the concept of geographical classification -- in itself not a particularly widespread method in cultural geography -- is applied to the field of comics. Although geographical classification is already used in comics sometimes, it is rarely reflected upon. This article aims at closing this gap by addressing some issues concerning geographical classification and its appliance to works of art in general and comics in particular.
1:  Kunstgeschichtliches Seminar
Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin
Humanities and Social Sciences/Art and art history

Humanities and Social Sciences/Literature

Humanities and Social Sciences/Library and information sciences
American literature – European literature – East Asian literature – 1900-1999 – fiction – comic book – cultural identity
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