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"It passes our skill in these days": Primary World Influences on the Evolution of Durin's Day

in: Eden, Bradford L., ed. The Hobbit and Tolkien's Mythology: Essays on Revisions and Influences. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015. p. 40-58.

"They hate each other's chromosomes": Eugenics and the shifting racial identity of the Daleks

in: Orthia, Lindy A., ed. Doctor Who and Race. Chicago: Intellect, 2013. p. 233-250.

"Who Wrote the Notebook?" Physics, Fiction, and the Bootstrap Paradox,

in: McGiveron, Raafeeq O., ed. Critical Insights: Robert A. Heinlein. Amenia, NY: Grey House, 2015. p. 153-166.

A Little Earth of His Own: Tolkien's Lunar Creation Myth,

in: Wells, Sarah, ed. The Ring Goes On Forever: Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference: 50 Years of The Lord of the Rings. Coventry, UK: Tolkien Society, 2008. Volume 2, p. 394-403. (Also in: Online resource: http://www.physics.ccsu.edu/larsen/ithil.html. [11 p.] Undated.)

Behold Your Music!: The Themes of I1uvatar, the Song of Aslan, and the Real Music of the Spheres

in: Steimel, Heidi and Schneidewind, Friedhelm, eds. Music in Middle-earth. Zurich: Walking Tree, 2010. p. 11-28.

Doctor Who and the Valkyrie Tradition, Part 1: The Valiant Child and the Bad Wolf.

in: Kritine Larsen, Anthony Burdge, and Jessica Burke, eds. The Mythological Dimension of Doctor Who. Crawfordville, FL: Kitsune Books, 2010. p. 120-139.

Doors, Vortices and the In-Between: Quantum Cosmological Goddesses in the Gaiman Multiverse

in: Prescott, Tara and Drucker, Aaron, eds. Feminism in the Worlds of Neil Gaiman: Essays on the Comics, Poetry, and Prose. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2012. p. 261-279.

Everything Dies: The Message of Mortality in the Eccleston and Tennant Years

in: Leitch, Gillian I., ed. Doctor Who in Time and Space: Essays on Themes, Characters, History and Fandom 1963-2012. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2013. p. 157-174.

Frankenstein's Legacy: The Mad Scientist Remade,

in: Heit, Jamey, ed. Vader, Voldemort and Other Villains: Essays on Evil in Popular Culture, ed. by Jamey Heit. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2011. p. 46-63.

Karma, Conditionality and Clinging to the Self: The Tennant Years as Seen Through a Tibetan Buddhist Lens

in: Crome, Andrew and McGrath, James, eds. Religion and Doctor Who: Time and Relative Dimensions in Faith. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2013. p. 174-188.

Medieval Cosmology and Middle-earth: A Lewisian Walk Under Tolkienian Skies

Journal of Tolkien Research 3(1): Article 5. 2016. Available at: http://scholar.valpo.edu/journaloftolkienresearch/vol3/iss1/5

Melkor, Moon Letters, and Menelmacar: Middle-earth in the Science Classroom

in: Donovan, Leslie A., ed. Approaches to Teaching Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and Other Works. New York: Modern Languages Association, 2015. p. 177-182.

SAURON, Mount Doom, and Elvish Moths: The Influence of Tolkien on Modern Science

in: Anderson, Douglas A./Drout, Michael D. C./Flieger, Verlyn, eds. Tolkien Studies, Volume 4, 2007. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press, 2007. p. 223-234.

Scientific Motifs in Middle-Earth: Lost in Translation,

Online Resource: http://www.physics.ccsu.edu/larsen/translation.html. (Presented at the Popular Culture/American Culture Annual Meeting, San Diego, March 26, 2005.)

Sea Birds and Morning Stars: Ceyx, Alcyone, and the Many Metamorphoses of Eärendil and Elwing

in: Fisher, Jason, ed. Tolkien and the Study of His Sources. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2011. p. 69-83.

Shadow and Flame: Myth, Monsters and Mother Nature in Middle-earth,

in: Forest-Hill, Lynn, ed. The Mirror Crack'd: Fear and Horror in J. R. R. Tolkien's Major Works. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008. p. 169-196.

Swords and Sky Stones: Meteoritic Iron in The Silmarillion,

Mallorn: Journal of the Tolkien Society 44: 22-26. 2006.

Thank You for Making Me Human Again: Alice and the Teaching of Scientific Ethics

in: Farghaly, Nadine , ed. Unraveling Resident Evil: Essays on the Complex Universe of the Games and Films. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014. p. 167-185.

The Astronomy of Middle-earth: Teaching Astronomy Through Tolkien,

in: Fraknoi, Andrew and Waller, William, eds. Cosmos in the Classroom 2004. San Francisco, CA: Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2004. p. 237-245.

The Impossible Girl and the New World: Televisual Representations of the Scientific Possibilities and Paradoxes of Time Travel

in: Ginn, Sherry and Leitch, Gillian L., eds. Time-Travel Television: The Past from the Present, the Future from the Past. Langham: Rowman and Littlefield, 2015. p. 213-222.

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