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Professor, Graduate Program Coordinator
Dr. José Alaniz Publishes New Essay
(September 23, 2020)
José Alaniz's review of the film "Insight"
(July 11, 2016)
José Alaniz's essay in
Cultures of Representation: Disability in World Cinema Contexts
(April 5, 2016)
Slavic's Jose Alaniz in the news
(November 5, 2014)
Autism Function in "Anton's Right Here," Cultures of Representation: Disability in World Cinema Contexts, Wallflower Press, 2016.
José Alaniz. “‘Will You Listen to That!’: (Dis)Ability in Moore/Willingham’s
In Blackest Night.”
(Sept. 7, 2012).
José Alaniz. 2014.
Death, Disability and the Superhero: The Silver Age and Beyond.
University Press of Mississippi.
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