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Latest issue ZAA 02/2019 available now!

67.02

Volume 67.2 (2019)
Special Issue Difficult Women – Changing Representations of Female Characters in Contemporary Television Series
Guest Editors: Svenja Hohenstein, Katharina Thalmann
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  • Svenja Hohenstein and Katharina Thalmann, “Difficult Women – Changing Representations of Female Characters in Contemporary Television Series.”
  • Michael Butter, “‘Trust no one’: Narrative Complexity and Character Opacity in Damages.”
  • Katja Kanzler, “Veep, Invective Spectacle, and the Figure of the Comedic Antiheroine.”
  • Susanne Köller, “‘I imagined a story where I didn’t have to be the damsel’: Seriality, Reflexivity, and Narratively Complex Women in Westworld.”
  • Hannah Herrera, “Shifting Spaces and Constant Patriarchy: The Characterizations of Offred and Claire in The Handmaid’s Tale and Outlander.”
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