Sabin, Roger (2009) Interview with graphic novelist Joe Sacco about his book 'Footnotes in Gaza'. Eye: The International Journal of Graphic Design.
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Footnotes in Gaza chronicles the real story behind an obscure incident during the 1956 Suez Crisis. Sacco wants to know: Was the killing of 111 Palestinians on a single day in Rafah a deliberate massacre by Israeli forces? (I also probed him on his personal politics and the Israeli side of the story).
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Cultural history, cultural studies, subcultural studies, film and television studies. Specialisms: comics, graphic novels, manga; punk and counterculture; 19th century entertainment; television crime drama. Cultural theory, especially postmodernism in history.
Currently completing one book and co-authoring two others. The sole-authored book is about 19th century ‘funny papers’/comics, and in particular the character 'Ally Sloper', the first comics superstar. The other two concern TV crime drama: one is about The Wire, and one about the history of the genre. Also, various smaller-scale projects involving comics, graphic novels, manga and other areas listed above.
Previous books include: As Author: Comics, Comics and Graphic Novels (Phaidon); Adult Comics: An Introduction (Routledge); The Lasting of the Mohicans (University Press of Mississippi – co-authored with Martin Barker). As Editor: Punk Rock: So What? (Routledge); Below Critical Radar: Fanzines and Alternative Comics 1976-Now (Codex - with Teal Triggs); The Movie Book (Phaidon – with Michael Newton).
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|Date:||29 September 2009|
|Date Deposited:||29 Sep 2010 10:25|
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