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E1058 ( Universitetsveien 25, Kristiansand )

Scientific publications

  • Prince, Michael John (2023). What Would Preacher Do? Tactics of Blasphemy in the Strategies of Satire and Parody. Comics, Culture, and Religion Faith Imagined. ISBN: 9781350321588. Bloomsbury Academic. Kapittel 6. s 89 - 106.
  • Prince, Michael John (2022). Microdystopias and the Encoded Uncanny in Ira Levin & Rick and Morty. Microdystopias : Aesthetics and ideologies in a broken moment. ISBN: 978-1-66692-942-3. Lexington Books.
  • Prince, Michael John (2022). Textual and Musical Aspects of Satire in Irving Berlin's "Stay Down Here Where You Belong" and Frank Zappa's "Billy the Mountain". Sanglyrikk. Teori - Metode - Sjangrer. ISBN: 978-82-304-0342-6. Scandinavian Academic Press.
  • Prince, Michael John (2021). Bob Dylans John Wesley Harding. Skillingsviser og sosialbanditter etter kjærlighetssommeren. Arven fra skillingsvisene. Fra en sal på hospitalet til en sofa fra IKEA. ISBN: 9788230402979. Scandinavian Academic Press. 8. s 285 - 310.
  • Prince, Michael John (2018). Beat Refrains:Music, Milieu and Identity in Jack Kerouac's The Subterraneans, the Motro-Goldwyn-Mayer Film Adaptation. Kerouac on record: a literary soundtrack. ISBN: 978-1-5013-2334-8. Bloomsbury Academic. Chapter 7. s 111 - 121.
  • Prince, Michael John (2017). Bob Dylans tvetydige litteratur. Er hans kunstneriske produksjon Nobels litteraturpris verdi?. Agder Vitenskapsakademi - Årbok 2016. ISBN: 978-82-8314-153-5. Portal forlag. "Nobelprisen i litteratur". s 260 - 265.
  • Prince, Michael John (2017). The magic of patriarchal oppression in Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s From Hell. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics. ISSN: 2150-4857. doi:10.1080/21504857.2017.1307241.
  • Prince, Michael (2016). The myth of the American West, "Manifest Destiny," and the frontier. Approaches to American Cultural Studies. ISBN: 9780415720854. Routledge. Chapter 6. s 71 - 80.
  • Prince, Michael John (2015). (Re)visioning America in the Graphic Novel: Introduction. European Journal of American Studies. ISSN: 1991-9336. 10 (2). doi:10.4000/ejas.10862.
  • Prince, Michael (2015). Whose side are you on?: Negotiations between individual liberty and collective responsibility in Millar and McNivens Marvel Civil War. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics. ISSN: 2150-4857. 6 (2). s 182 - 192. doi:10.1080/21504857.2015.1029271.
  • Prince, Michael John (2015). Why is Marylou Reading Proust? Intertextuality and Metatextuality in Salles and Rivera's On the Road (2012). Out of the Shadows. Beat Women are not Beaten Women. ISBN: 978-82-8314-059-0. Portal forlag. 9. s 167 - 178.
  • Prince, Michael (2014). "Whither goest thou, America?": Deterritorialization, Identity, and the Fellahin Ideal in Jack Kerouac's On the Road. Transculturation and Aesthetics.Ambivalence,Power and Literature. ISBN: 9789042039155. Brill Academic Publishers. §11, in Part IV "Localized Reading". s 187 - 203.
  • Prince, Michael (2014). Don’t Worry about the Government: Agency Panic in Philip K. Dick and Steven Spielberg’s ‘Minority Reports’. The dynamics of interconnections in popular culture(s). ISBN: 978-1-4438-5031-5. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Chapter. s 142 - 158.
  • Prince, Michael (2014). Space and Subjectification in Alan Moore’s The Ballad of Halo Jones, The Saga of the Swampt Thing and V for Vendetta. Negotiating Culture through Comics. ISBN: 978-1-84888-256-0. Inter-Disciplinary Press. Chapter. s 125 - 138.
  • Prince, Michael (2013). The Individual Subject in Smooth and Striated Space in Alan Moore’s The Ballad of Halo Jones and Saga of the Swamp Thing. Cultural Excavation and Formal Expression in the Graphic Novel. ISBN: 978-1-84888-199-0. Inter-Disciplinary Press. Part Five: On Alan Moore. s 185 - 193.
  • Prince, Michael (2012). HOWL: A Novel Graphic: Authenticity and Irony in Eric Drooker's Adaptations of Allen Ginsberg's "Howl". Scan: Journal of Media Arts Culture. ISSN: 1449-1818. 9 (1).
  • Prince, Michael J. (2011). Alan Moore's America: The Liberal Individual and American Identities in Watchmen. Journal of Popular Culture. ISSN: 0022-3840. 44 (4). s 815 - 830. doi:10.1111/j.1540-5931.2011.00864.x.
  • Prince, Michael J. (2011). The Master Film is a Western : The Mythology of the American West in the Cities of the Red Night Trilogy. European Journal of American Studies. ISSN: 1991-9336. doi:10.4000/ejas.9412.
  • Prince, Michael J. (2008). Resistance is Futile: Beat Generasjonen, Beat litteratur og samfunnskritikk. Kritikkens forgreninger: Om samfunnskritikk i litteratur og samfunnsvitenskap / Hans Chr. Garmann Johnsen, Terje Dragseth, Oddbjørn Johannessen og Kjetil Lysgård (red.). Cappelen Damm Høyskoleforlaget. s 111 - 125.
  • Prince, Michael (2016). Adapting the Beat Poets: Burroughs, Ginsberg, and Kerouac On Screen. ISBN: 9781442273245. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. s 180.
  • Forsgren, Frida; Prince, Michael (2015). Out of the Shadows. Beat Women are not Beaten Women. ISBN: 978-82-8314-059-0. Portal forlag. s 316.
  • Prince, Michael John (2023). “Imminent and Striated Spaces in Harry Partch’s The Wayward”.
  • Markussen, Bjarne; Slettan, Svein; Prince, Michael John (2022). Arven fra skillingsvisene.
  • Prince, Michael John (2021). Desertdscape and renewal in Axel Jensen's Doktor Fantastisk.
  • Prince, Michael John (2021). "Axel jensen's Beat Cred.: Ikaros & Line and the Beat Poets.
  • Prince, Michael John (2021). Simulations, microdystopias, and the encoded uncanny in Rick and Morty.
  • Prince, Michael John (2020). «Bob Dylan’s John Wesley Harding: sosialbanditten etter kjærlighetssommeren»..

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