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"Contemporary" Does Not Mean "Modem": The Harry Potter Series as a Sampler of Western Literary Traditions

in: Whited, Lana A. and Grimes, M. Katherine, eds. Critical Insights: The Harry Potter Series. Ipswich: Salem Press, 2015. p. 27-48.

"Expecto patronum!" Harry Potter aus kindertherapeutischer Sicht

in: Kutzmutz, Olaf, ed. Harry Potter oder Warum wir Zauberer brauchen. Wolfenbüttel: Bundesakademie für kulturelle Bildung, 2001. p. 20-32,

"I never do anything twice!" -Stephen Sondheim. "I always do everything at least twice" -attributed to J. K. Rowling.

in: Goetz, Sharon K., ed. Phoenix Rising: Collected Papers on Harry Potter, 17-21 May 2007. Sedelia, CO: Narrate Conferences, 2008. p. 319-329.

"I will have order": A Potterish Examination of Authoritarian School Disciplinary Trends and Reactions

in: Bell, Christopher, ed. From Here to Hogwarts: Essays on Harry Potter Fandom and Fiction. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015. p. 7-27.

"It's a natural part of us!" The Potter Generation Reflect on Their Ongoing Relationship with a Cultural Phenomenon

in: Bell, Christopher, ed. From Here to Hogwarts: Essays on Harry Potter Fandom and Fiction. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015. p. 99-122.

"Splinched": The Problem of Disability in the Harry Potter Series

in: Whited, Lana A. and Grimes, M. Katherine, eds. Critical Insights: The Harry Potter Series. Ipswich: Salem Press, 2015. p. 273-290.

"The anti-racist-white-hero premise": Whiteness and the Harry Potter Series

in; Bell, Christopher, ed. Wizards vs. Muggles: Essays on Identity and the Harry Potter Universe. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2016. p. 9-26.

'" Three up . .. two across' [ ... ] The brick he had touched quivered" Zur Metapher der Schwelle in Joanne K. Rowlings Harry Potter

in: Lotscher, Christine, et al, eds. Ubergänge und Entgrenzungen in der Fantastik. Wein: Lit, 2014. p. 307-316,

'Tm a wizard too!" Identification and Habitus

in; Bell, Christopher, ed. Wizards vs. Muggles: Essays on Identity and the Harry Potter Universe. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2016. p. 89-109.

(Dis)Order and the Phoenix: Love and Political Resistance in Harry Potter,

in: Anatol, Giselle L., ed. Reading Harry Potter Again: New Critical Essays. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2009. p. 175-190.

... for Neither Can Live While the Other Survives ... Die magische Verbindung zwischen den Antagonisten als Grundmotiv der Harry Potter-Serie

in: Kurwinkle, Tobias, Schmerheim, Philipp, and Kurwinkel, Annika, eds. Harry Potter Intermedial. Untersuchungen zu den (Film-)Welten von Joanne K. Rowling. Wurzburg, Konigshausen & Neumann, 2014. p. 131-146.

10 Questions We Hope J. K. Rowling Answers in 'Phoenix,'

Austin American Statesman Sec. F, p. 1, 10. June 20, 2003.

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)

2000 Locus Awards Winners

Locus 45(2): 9, 57; 34-37. August 2000.

A Parent's Guide to Harry Potter

Downer's Grove, IL: Intervarsity Press, 2005. 112 p.

A Basilisk, a Phoenix, and a Philosopher's Stone: Harry Potter's Myths and Legends

in: Hallett, Cynthia W., ed. Scholarly Studies in Harry Potter: Applying Academic Methods to a Popular Text. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 2005. p. 65-84.

A Charmed Life: The Spirituality of Potterworld

New York: Image Books/Doubleday, 2002. 164 p. (Reprint of the 2001 Darton, Longman and Todd edition.)

A Christian Parent’s Guide to Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

Master’s Thesis, University of Northern Iowa, 2002. xxviii, 7 p.

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