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Comics and Adaptation

Armelle Blin-Rolland, Guillaume Lecomte, and Marc Ripley

article develops a similar argument: Juliane Blank focuses on graphic adaptation in Germany in the context of a still prominent but now narrowing gap between ‘highandlowculture. Blank offers an overview of the development of the medium’s cultural

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Invoking the “Yolocaust”?

German Memory Politics, Cultural Criticism, and Contemporary Popular Arts

Ralph Buchenhorst

topical, even after the proclaimed and seminally discussed shift to postmodernism, a paradigmatic shift that promotes the elimination of the distinction between “highandlowculture. It is important to be considered if only for the purpose of

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Tradition and Innovation in Franco-Belgian Bande dessinée

Fransiska Louwagie and Simon Lambert

case of the recent petitions and counter-petitions regarding a proposed Brussels-based ‘Musée du Chat’, featuring Philippe Geluck's iconic character. It gave proponents of high and low culture a new opportunity for debate, with Benoît Peeters placing

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Making Friends of the Nations

Australian Interwar Magazines and Middlebrow Orientalism in the Pacific

Victoria Kuttainen and Sarah Galletly

presence in the region. Middlebrow orientalism, we argue, not only held in nervous tension the typical registers of “high and lowculture germane to the aspirational consumer culture of the emerging middlebrow, 2 but also mediated in these magazines