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'Strangers No More, We Sing' : Filking and the Social Construction of the Science Fiction Fan Community

in: Lewis, Lesa A., ed. The Adoring Audience: Fan Culture and Popular Media. London: Routledge, 1992. p. 208-236.

Afterword: The Future of Fandoms,

in: Gray, Jonathan, Sandvoss, Cornel, and Harrington, C. Lee, eds. Fandom: Identities and Communities in a Mediated World. New York: New York University Press, 2007. p. 357-364.

At Other Times, Like Females: Gender and Star Trek Fiction

in: Tulloch, John and Jenkins, Henry, eds. Science Fiction Audiences: Watching Doctor Who and Star Trek. New York: Routledge, 1995. pp.196-212.

Before the Holodeck: Tracing Star Trek Through Digital Media,

in: Smith, Greg, ed. On a Silver Platter: CD-ROMS an the Promises of a New Technology. New York: New York University Press, 1999. p. 35-57.

Beyond the Star Trek Phenomenon: Reconceptualizing the Science Fiction Audience

in: Tulloch, John and Jenkins, Henry, eds. Science Fiction Audiences: Watching Doctor Who and Star Trek. New York: Routledge, 1995. pp.3-24.

Cultural acupuncture: Fan activism and the Harry Potter Alliance

Transformative Works and Cultures 10: . 2012. (http://journal.transformativeworks.org/index.php/twc/article/view/305/259 ) (Accessed 28 August 2012)

Death-Defying Heroes

in: Hatfield, Charles, Heer, Jeet, and Worcester, Kent, eds. The Superhero Reader. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2013. p. 269-278. (Reprinted from The Wow Climax: Tracing the Emotional Impact of Popular Culture, New York University Press, 2006, 65– 74.

Fandom studies as I see it

Journal of Fandom Studies 2(2): 89-110 . October 2014.

Fans, Bloggers and Gamers.

New York: New York University Press, 2006. 279 p.

Foreword: “I Have a Bad Feeling About This”: A Conversation about Star Wars and the History of Transmedia

in: Guynes, Sean and Hassler-Forest, Dan, eds; Star Wars and the History of Transmedia Storytelling. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2017. p. 15-31.

How Many Starfleet Officers Does It Take to Change a Lightbulb?: Star Trek at MIT

in: Tulloch, John and Jenkins, Henry, eds. Science Fiction Audiences: Watching Doctor Who and Star Trek. New York: Routledge, 1995. pp.213-236.

I was a (pre-)teenage monster

Journal of Fandom Studies 1(1): 87-100. November 2012.

Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations: Genre and Authorship in Star Trek

in: Tulloch, John and Jenkins, Henry, eds. Science Fiction Audiences: Watching Doctor Who and Star Trek. New York: Routledge, 1995. pp.175-195.

Introduction: On the Pleasure of Not Belonging,

in: Sherman, Delia and Barzak, Christopher, eds. Interfictions 2: An Anthology of Interstitial Writing. Boston, MA: Interstitial Arts Foundation, 2009. p. v-xviii.

Just Men in Tights: Rewriting Silver Age Comics in an Era of Multiplicity

in: Geraghty, Lincoln/Jancovich, Mark, eds. The Shifting Definitions of Genre: Essays on labeling Films, Television Shows and Media. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2008. p. 229-244. (Reprinted in: Ndalianis, Angela, ed. The Contemporary Comic Book Superhero. New York: Routledge, 2009. p. 16-44.

Laugh out loud in real life: women's humor and fan identity

Master's Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2010. 91 p.

Media and Imagination: A Short History of American Science Fiction

Media in Transition (Online resource: http://web.mit.edu/m-i-t/science_fiction/ [4 p.]

Normal Female Interest in Men Bonking: Selections from The Terra Nostra Underground and Strange Bedfellows

in: Harris, Cheryl and Alexander, Alison, eds. Theorizing Fandom: Fans, Subculture and Identity. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton, 1998. pp. 9-41

Out of the Closet and into the Universe: Queers and Star Trek

in: Tulloch, John and Jenkins, Henry, eds. Science Fiction Audiences: Watching Doctor Who and Star Trek. New York: Routledge, 1995. pp.237-265. (Reprinted: Hartley, John, ed. American Cultural Studies. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2000. p. 383-401.)

Quentin Tarantino's Star Wars? Digital Cinema, Media Convergence, and Participatory Culture

in: Durham, Meenakshi G and Kellner, Douglas, eds. Media and Cultural Studies: Keyworks. Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. p. 452-471.

Quentin Tarantino’s Star Wars? Digital Cinema, Media Convergence, and Participatory Culture

in: Brode, Douglas and Deyneka, Leah, eds. Myth, Media, and Culture in Star Wars: An Anthology. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Scarecrow, 2012. p. 153-167.

Same Bat Channel, Different Bat Times: Mass Culture and Popular Memory

in: Pearson, Roberta E. and William Uricchio, eds. The Many Lives of the Batman. London: BFI, 1991; New York: Routledge, 1991. pp.117-148.

Same bat channel, different bat times: mass culture and popular memory

in: Pearson, Roberta and Uricchio, William, eds. The Many More Lives of the Batman. London: BFI, 2015. p. 171-204.

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