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"Beautiful Barbarians"; Anti-Racism in The Horse and His Boy and Other Chronicles of Narnia

in: Abate, Michelle A. and Weldy, Lance, eds. C. S. Lewis: The Chronicles of Narnia. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. p. 161-185.

"Revisiting Star Trek’s Most Political Episode."

The Atlantic. October 8, 2017. [6 p.] Online: https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2017/10/star-trek-deep-space-nine-past-tense/542280/

1492, 1942, 1992: The Theme of Race in the Harry Potter Series

The Looking Glass 10(1): [15 p.] January 2, 2006. (http://the-looking-glass.net)

A Burkean Cluster Analysis of Racism, Equality, and Drug Abuse in Alien Nation

Master's Thesis, University of New Mexico, 1991. 159 p. (MAI 30(4): 946. Winter 1992.)

A Report on Damage Done by One Individual Under Several Names

Laurajmixon.com [blog]. November 6, 2014. [20 p.] Online resource: http://laurajmixon.com/2014/11/a-report-on-damage-done-by-one-individual-under-several-names/

A Request, to Authors of Traditional Fantasy Novels,

in: Henry, Liz, ed. The Wiscon Chronicles, Volume 3: Carnival of Feminist SF. Seattle,WA: Aqueduct Press, 2009. p. 145-147.

Days of Future Past: Segregation, Oppression and Technology in X-Men and America

in: Darowski, Joseph J., ed. The Ages of the X-Men: Essays on the Children of the Atom in Changing Times. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014. p. 63-76.

Die, Black Dog: A Look at Racism in Fantasy Literature

in: Ganley, W. Paul, ed. Toadstool Wine: a Collection of Fantasy and Horror from Six Independent Magazines. Buffalo, NY: A. S. P., 1975. p. 14-15. (A reprint is available online, with a short author's afterword on the essay: http://reindeermotel.com/CHARLES/charles_blog42_dieblackdog2.html)

Elves and Dwarves: The Racism Inherent in Fantasy: Panel Transcript,

in: Henry, Liz, ed. The Wiscon Chronicles, Volume 3: Carnival of Feminist SF. Seattle,WA: Aqueduct Press, 2009. p. 136-144.

Eugenics, Racism, and the Jedi Gene Pool

in: Kapell, Matthew K./Lawrence, John S., eds. Star Wars Franchise: Finding the Force of the Fans, Merchandise and Critics. New York: Peter Lang, 2006. p. 159-174.

How to Deal with Racist and Sexist Material in Workshop,

in: Duchamp, L. Timmel and Gunn, Eileen. The Wiscon Chronicles, Volume 2. Seattle, WA: Acqueduct, 2008. p. 149-171.

Human Subjects-Alien Objects? Abjection and the Constructions of Race and Racism in District 9

in: Kuchler, Ulrike, Maehl, Silja, and Stout, Graeme A., eds. Alien Imaginations: Science Fiction and Tales of Transnationalism. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015. p. 95-112.

Making Excuses for Lovecraft's Racism,

Crypt of Cthulhu 19(1): 3-12. 1999. (No. 103)

May the Box Office Be Ever in Your Favor: How Divergent and The Hunger Games Avoid Race and Gender Violence

Bitch Magazine. March 10, 2014. [2 p.] Digital resource: http://bitchmagazine.org/post/may-the-box-office-be-ever-in-your-favor-how-divergent-and-thehunger-games-and-divergent-avoid-

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