Graeme has had research essays and book reviews published in the following publications:
PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Wilson, G. “When the Gunfire Ends”: Deconstructing PTSD Among Military Veterans in Marvel’s The Punisher. The Popular Culture Studies Journal (forthcoming).
Wilson, G. (2019). “They See a Caricature”: Expanding Media Representations of Black Identity in Dear White People. The Popular Culture Studies Journal, 7(2), 195 – 216.
Wilson, G. (2019). “What’s the Difference Between Men and Women?”: Hegemonic Masculinity in The Walking Dead. The Popular Culture Studies Journal, 7(1), 36 – 57.
Wilson, G. (2019). “None of You Cared Enough”: The Problematic Moralizing of 13 Reasons Why. Popular Culture Review, 30(1), 189 – 209.
Wilson, G. (2018). “A Man Must Have a Code”: A Contrast of Black and White Masculinity in The Wire. Popular Culture Review, 29(1), 113 – 129.
Wilson, G. (2017). “Woman Inherits the Earth”: Deconstructing Jurassic Park as an Early Text in Third-Wave Feminism." Popular Culture Review, 28(2), 117 – 129.
Wilson, G. “Harlem’s Captain America”: Black Masculinity and Vulnerability in Marvel’s Luke Cage. In D.I. Rios & C.A. Lin (Eds.), Television Serial Dramas in the Era of Social Viewing: Gendering and Racing Across Genres and Audience Involvement (forthcoming). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Wilson, G. “A Demented Declaration of Love”: The Deconstruction of Rape Culture in Marvel's Jessica Jones. In M. Marron (Ed.), Misogyny and Media in the Age of Trump (forthcoming). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Wilson, G. (2019). “I Am Not Your Property”: The Progressive Feminism of Orphan Black. In A. Buckman & J. Croft (Eds.), Orphan Black: Sestras, Scorpions, and Crazy Science (5 – 21). Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc.
Wilson, G. (2018). To Become an American: Immigrants and Americanization Campaigns of the Early Twentieth Century. Southern Communication Journal, 83(3), 204 – 205. https://doi.org/10.1080/1041794X.2018.1428355