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Vol 6, No 11 (2016): Forms, Strategies and Mutations of Serial Narrative “Who Do You Want Answering the Phone?” Women, leadership, and trauma in some post-2001 TV series Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Donatella Izzo
 
Vol 6, No 12 (2016): Who Laughs Last: Parody Satire Humours An Anti-hero with a Thousand Faces. The Migration of a Narrative Device from Literature to Tv Series Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Andrea Bernardelli
 
Vol 6, No 11 (2016): Forms, Strategies and Mutations of Serial Narrative Mediamorphosis of the great realistic Novel: From the Bildungsroman to modern Tv Serial Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Emanuela Piga
 
Vol 6, No 11 (2016): Forms, Strategies and Mutations of Serial Narrative Are TV series the new soap opera? An overview Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Daniela Cardini
 
Vol 6, No 11 (2016): Forms, Strategies and Mutations of Serial Narrative Serial Sacrifices: a Semiotic Analysis of Downton Abbey ideology Abstract  PDF
Piero Polidoro
 
Vol 4, No 8 (2014): Technology, Imagination, Narrative Forms Travelling Cultures. Literature, Media and Digital Technologies Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Lucia Esposito, Emanuela Piga, Alessandra Ruggiero
 
Vol 6, No 11 (2016): Forms, Strategies and Mutations of Serial Narrative A Storytelling Machine: The Complexity and Revolution of Narrative Television Abstract  PDF
Alberto N. García
 
Vol 6, No 11 (2016): Forms, Strategies and Mutations of Serial Narrative Breaking Bad: Intertextuality, Intermediality and Crossmediality, and the Taste of Unpredictability Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Nicola M. Dusi
 
Vol 6, No 11 (2016): Forms, Strategies and Mutations of Serial Narrative Everything is Awesome – or Not? Evolutions and Revolutions in Post-Netflix erial Narratives Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Chiara Checcaglini
 
Vol 6, No 11 (2016): Forms, Strategies and Mutations of Serial Narrative Serial Shakespeare – The Case of Star-Crossed (2014) Abstract  PDF
Kinga Földváry
 
Vol 6, No 11 (2016): Forms, Strategies and Mutations of Serial Narrative Posthumous Humans, Modern Vampires: Re-use, seriality, chorality of horror tropes in True Blood Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Giulia Iannuzzi
 
Vol 4, No 8 (2014): Technology, Imagination, Narrative Forms “To boldly go where no series has gone before”. Star Trek - The Original Series in Italy: Techno-Scientific Language, Dubbing, Fandom Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Giulia Iannuzzi
 
Vol 6, No 11 (2016): Forms, Strategies and Mutations of Serial Narrative Criminal Ethics. The Anti-Hero's Transformations in TV Series Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Andrea Bernardelli
 
Vol 4, No 7 (2014): The Powers of Rhetoric The best of all possible worlds? Rhetorics and politics in TV police procedurals in the USA Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Donatella Izzo
 
Vol 4, No 8 (2014): Technology, Imagination, Narrative Forms The Rise of the TV-Cinemaniac. New Audiences for New TV Series Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Daniela Cardini
 
Vol 6, No 11 (2016): Forms, Strategies and Mutations of Serial Narrative Genres of the American Tv Series Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Giorgio Grignaffini
 
Vol 4, No 7 (2014): The Powers of Rhetoric Opaque minds. Mad Men and the representation of interiority in TV series Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Gianluigi Rossini
 
Vol 5, No 10 (2015): The Political Imaginary: Commitment, Resistance, Ideology The Historical Drama on Italian TV: the Example of Gli anni spezzati Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Daniele Salerno
 
Vol 4, No 8 (2014): Technology, Imagination, Narrative Forms The Classic Series: Television Institutions and Narrative Forms Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Gianluigi Rossini
 
Vol 2, No 3 (2012): Literature before the Law Law and Justice on TV. The Wire vs. CSI and Ally McBeal Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Gianluigi Rossini
 
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