Dr Alexandra Lloyd is a tutor and researcher in German Studies at the University of Oxford. She has published widely on post-war German literature and film, most recently in Defying Hitler: The White Rose Pamphlets (2022) and Childhood, Memory, and the Nation: Young Lives under Nazism in Contemporary German Culture (2020). Her work on comics explores German-language responses to the legacy of fascism and World War II. See ‘Emotional History and Legacies of War in Recent German Comics and Graphic Novels’, in Documenting Trauma in Comics: Traumatic Pasts, Embodied Histories, and Graphic Reportage, ed. by Dominic Davies and Candida Rifkind (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020); and ‘Wir wollten doch wissen, wie groß die Gefahr war: The German War Child as Icon and Agent in Berlin School Essays, 1946’, The War Child in the Occupation Period (1945-9), ed. by Beate Müller, Debbie Pinfold, Ute Wölfel, special issue of German Life and Letters, 69 (2016), 437-52.