Knopf, C.M. (2022). Book review: The GreatIllustrators of Edgar Allan Poe, by Tony Magistrale & Jessica Slayton – Anthem Press. Edgar Allan Poe Review, 23(1), 79-82.
Knopf, C.M. (2022). Heterotopia and horror at Show’s End. In F.G.P. Berns & J. Darowski (Eds.), Critical approaches to horror comic books: Red ink in the gutter, pp. 223-234. New York: Routledge.
Knopf, C.M. (2020). The American nightmare: Graveyard voters, demon sheep, devil women, and lizard people. D. Picariello (Ed.), The politics of horror, pp. 3-16. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Knopf, C.M. (2020). UFO (Unusual Female Others) sightings in Saucer Country: Metaphors of identity and campaign politics. In S. Langsdale & E. Coody (Eds.), Monstrous women in comics, pp. 257-273. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.
Knopf, C.M. (2019). Book review: Memories from the Frontline: Memoirs and Meanings of the Great War from Britain, France and Germany, by Jerry Palmer – Palgrave. European Journal of Communication, 39, 1, 100-103.
Knopf, C.M. (2018). Queen of burlesque: The subtle (as a hammer) satire of Bomb Queen. In M. Goodrum, T. Prescott, and P. Smith (Eds.), Gender and the superhero narrative. Jackson MS: University Press of Mississippi.
Knopf, C.M. (2018). Sinne fianna fáil: Women, Irish rebellions, and the graphic novels of Gerry Hunt. In N. Tal & T. Prorokova (Eds.), Cultures of War in Graphic Novels, pp. 123-137. Rutgers University Press.
Knopf, C.M. (2018). Marvel’s Shamrock: Haunted heroine, working woman, guardian of the galaxy. In M. DiPaolo (Ed.), Working class comic book heroes, pp. 206-225. Jackson MS: University Press of Mississippi.
Knopf, C.M. (2017). Anderson, Julie M. In S.C. Howard (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Black Comics, p. 3. Golden, CO: Fulcrum.
Knopf, C.M. (2017). Grant, Shauna J. In S.C. Howard (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Black Comics, p. 86. Golden, CO: Fulcrum.
Knopf, C.M. (2017). Grant, Vernon Ethelbert. In S.C. Howard (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Black Comics, p. 89. Golden, CO: Fulcrum.
Knopf, C.M. (2017). Robinson, Jimmie Lee. In S.C. Howard (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Black Comics, p. 181. Golden, CO: Fulcrum.
Knopf, C.M. & Doran, C.M. (2016). PTXD: Gendered narratives of combat, trauma, and the civil-military divide. In C. Bucciferro (Ed.), The X-Men films: A cultural analysis, pp. 61-73. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Knopf, C.M. (2006). Book review: Presidents in Culture: The Meaning of Presidential Communication by David Michael Ryfe – Peter Lang, 2005. PUBLIZISTIK – Vierteljahreshefte fuer Kommunikationsforschung, 3, 396-7.
Selected Conference Presentations
Knopf, C.M. (2022, Apr). “The Statue of Trumpery: Ironic metaphor and the visual ideograph.” Top Paper Panel: Memorializing Public Messages of American Presidents. Eastern Communication Association. Philadelphia, PA.
Knopf, C.M. (2021, Nov). “They furnished the pictures, Trump furnished the war: Political cartoons of the fight against COVID and the ‘wartime president’.” News Coverage of Crises, COVID-19, and Campaigns. National Communication Association. Seattle, WA.
Knopf, C.M (2021, May). “‘I am altering the [art of the] deal’; Or, the in-Sidious threat of Dark Side allusions in political satire.” The Imperial March. Realizing Resistance Episode II. Online.
Knopf, C.M (2021, Mar). “Mourning in America: Critical nostalgia in the time of MAGA.” The 2020 Presidential Election, Pictured: Framing Theory and Nostalgia during the Biden/Trump Election. Eastern Communication Association. Online.
Knopf, C.M. (2020, Nov). “Lois Lane & the image of the journalist: Comics Books are a medium with a media message.” Journalism & News Across Cultures & Countries. National Communication Association. Online.
Knopf, C.M. (2019, Oct.). “We are all wonder women and handmaids in the resistance – or are we?: The limits of pop culture icons and avatars in feminist protest.” Global Citizens and Impediments: Modern Feminism around the World. New York State Communication Association: Callicoon, NY.
Knopf, C.M. (2019, Oct). “The genre crossovers and gender crossplays of DC Comics Bombshells.” Comics: from Creation to Reception and Back Again – panel. Geek/Art CONfluence, Syracuse University. Syracuse, NY.
Knopf, C.M. (2019, Sep). “Animating #VeteransVoices: StoryCorps, cartoons, and the civil-military gap.” Animation and Public Engagement Symposium. Lubbock, TX.
Knopf, C.M. (2018, Mar). “Graphic epistles and epistle graphics: Of war letters and comics.” Comics and the Epistolary Tradition. Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association annual conference: Indianapolis, IN.
Knopf, C.M. (2016, Jul). “Undead soldiers never die: Post-9/11 civil-military relations in DC’s ‘G.I. Zombie.’” Poster Presentations. Comic Arts Conference at Comic Con International. San Diego, CA.