- Title Pages
- Introduction: Drawing Conflicts
- 1. Time under Siege
- 2. Inside and Outside the Frame: Joe Sacco’s <i>Safe Area Goražde</i>
- 3. Drawing on the Facts: Comics Journalism and the Critique of Objectivity
- 4. Views from Nowhere: Journalistic Detachment in <i>Palestine</i>
- 5. Mapping Bosnia: Cartographic Representation in Joe Sacco’s Graphic Narratives
- 6. A Thousand Plateaus: Mining Entropy in <i>Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt</i>
- 7. The Politics of Space in Joe Sacco’s Representations of the Appalachian Coalfields
- 8. Little Things Mean a Lot: The Everyday Material of <i>Palestine</i>
- 9. John’s Story: Joe Sacco’s Depiction of “Bare Life”
- 10. Sacco with Badiou: On the Political Ontology of Comics
- 11. Joe Sacco’s Comics of Performance
- 12. Overtaken by Further Developments: The Form of History in <i>Footnotes in Gaza</i>
- 13. Graphic Representations of Language, Translation, and Culture in Joe Sacco’s Comics Journalism
- 14. What Washes up onto the Shore: Contamination and Containment in “The Unwanted”
- 15. Teaching World Politics with Joe Sacco: <i>Safe Area Goražde</i> in the Classroom
- Appendix: Joe Sacco’s Primary Works
Time under Siege
Time under Siege
- (p.21) 1. Time under Siege
- The Comics of Joe Sacco
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Placing comics journalism in relation to other media such as film, music, and magazines, Jared Gardner analyzes how Sacco manipulates time as both a thematic and a formal device that can pose alternatives to our Western notions of history and synchronicity.
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