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2014

Rippl, Gabriele; Hoppeler, Stephanie (2014). Narrating Radioactivity: Representations of Nuclear Disasters and Precarious Lives in Anglophone Comic Books and Graphic Novels. In: Korte, Barbara; Regard, Frédéric (eds.) Narrating "Precariosness": Modes, Media, Ethics. Anglistische Forschungen: Vol. 437 (pp. 55-70). Heidelberg: Winter

2013

Hoppeler, Stephanie (2013). Continuity in Comic Books and Comic Book Continuity: Serialized US-American Comic Books of the 1980s. (Dissertation, University of Bern, Faculty of Humanities, Department of English)

2012

Hoppeler, Stephanie; Rippl, Gabriele (2012). Continuity, Fandom und Serialität in anglo-amerikanischen Comic Books. In: Kelleter, Frank (ed.) Populäre Serialität: Narration-Evolution-Distinktion (pp. 369-381). Bielefeld: Transcript

Hoppeler, Stephanie (2012). Bilder lesen oder Texte betrachten. Gazzetta (Kulturjournal der ProLitteris)(5), pp. 28-33.

2011

Hoppeler, Stephanie (2011). Wikipedia as Method? The Mechanisms of Researching Comic Books as a Medium of Popular Culture, Workshop Interdisciplinary Methodology: The Case of Comics Studies, Universität Bern, 14.-15.10.2011.

Hoppeler, Stephanie (2011). Continuity, Fandom and Seriality in Neil Gaiman's Sandman, Joint International Conference on Graphic Novels, Bande Dessinées and Comics, Metropolitan University of Manchester, 5.-8.7.2011.

Hoppeler, Stephanie (2011). Publishing in Numbers. Produktionsaspekte von Serialität in Graphic Novels, Kolloquium Intentionalität der Graduiertenschule am Institute of Advanced Study in the Humanities and the Social Sciences (IASH), Universität Bern, 4.5.2011.

Hoppeler, Stephanie (2011). Robert S. Petersen. Comics, Manga, and Graphic Novels. A History of Graphic Narratives. Oxford, Praeger 2011 [Rezension]. In: Gesellschaft für Comicforschung COMFOR. Internetpublikation

2009

Hoppeler, Stephanie; Etter, Lukas; Rippl, Gabriele (2009). Intermedialität in Comics. Neil Gaimans The Sandman. In: Ditschke, Stephan; Kroucheva, Katerina; Stein, Daniel (eds.) Comics. Zur Geschichte und Theorie eines populärkulturellen Mediums. Kultur- und Medientheorie (pp. 53-79). Bielefeld: Transcript

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