Past Issues

Vol. 11 No. 1 (Apr. 2018): Open Issue
Vol. 10 No. 2 (Nov. 2017): Bodies in the Americas
Vol. 10 No. 1 (May 2017): Capital Crimes in the Americas
Vol. 9 No. 2 (Sep. 2016): Negotiating Nature
Vol. 9 No. 1 (May 2016): Geopolitical Imaginaries in the Americas
Vol. 8 No. 3 (Dec. 2015): Caribbean Entanglements. Culture(s) and Nature Revisited
Vol. 8 No. 3 (Dec. 2015): Caribbean Entanglements. Culture(s) and Nature Revisited

Issue 10.1 Capital Crimes in the Americas (May 2017)

Vol. 10 No. 1 (May 2017):

Capital Crimes in the Americas

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Nicole Sparling Barco, Central Michigan University:
Capital Crimes in the Americas

Annika Eisenberg, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt:
The Sound of L.A. Noir – Listening to Marlowe´s Los Angeles in Raymond Chandler´s The Long Goodbye and Benjamin Black´s The Black-Eyed Blonde

Erik Larson, Brigham Young University:
Donde todo se paga: Ricardo Piglia’s Blanco nocturno as a Lesson in Noir Economics

Leisa Rothlisberger Wiest, Pennsylvania State University:
Detective Fiction in the Monster, Mexico City

Andres Aluma-Cazorla, University of Illinois-Chicago:
Violence and Globalization in De que nada se sabe (2002) by Alfredo Noriega: A Dark Account of Late Twentieth Century Ecuador in a Glocal Noir Ecuatoriano

Jayashree Kamble, City University of New York: LaGuardia Community College:
From Barbarized to Disneyfied: Viewing 1990s New York City Through Eve Dallas, J.D. Robb’s Futuristic Homicide Detective

Nicole Sparling Barco, Central Michigan University:
Difficult to Digest: Rubem Fonseca’s “Intestino Grosso” [“Large Intestine”] as a Scatological Theory of Crime Fiction

The Sound of L.A. Noir: Listening to Marlowe’s Los Angeles in Raymond Chandler’s The Long Goodbye and Benjamin Black’s The Black-Eyed Blonde

Annika Eisenberg (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)

Weiterlesen The Sound of L.A. Noir: Listening to Marlowe’s Los Angeles in Raymond Chandler’s The Long Goodbye and Benjamin Black’s The Black-Eyed Blonde

Violence and Globalization in De que nada se sabe (2002) by Alfredo Noriega: A Dark Account of Late Twentieth Century Ecuador in a Glocal Noir Ecuatoriano

Andres Aluma-Cazorla (University of Illinois-Chicago)

Weiterlesen Violence and Globalization in De que nada se sabe (2002) by Alfredo Noriega: A Dark Account of Late Twentieth Century Ecuador in a Glocal Noir Ecuatoriano

From Barbarized to Disneyfied: Viewing 1990s New York City Through Eve Dallas, J.D. Robb’s Futuristic Homicide Detective

Jayashree Kamble (City University of New York: LaGuardia Community College)

Weiterlesen From Barbarized to Disneyfied: Viewing 1990s New York City Through Eve Dallas, J.D. Robb’s Futuristic Homicide Detective