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A Kind of Humor

New York Review of Science Fiction 24(10): 1, 4-5. June 2012. (No. 286)

A Matter of Timing: The U.S. Army Response to a Zombie Invasion

in: Thompson, Amy L and Thompson, Antonio S., eds. ... But If a Zombie Apocalypse Did Occur: Essays on Medical, Military, Governmental, Ethical, Economic and Other Implications. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015. p. 59-74.

American Bodies in a Time of War: The Militarized Body as a Utopian Space and Biopolitical Project for the State

in: Stapleton, Patricia and Byers, Andrew, eds. Biopolitics and Utopia : an Interdisciplinary Reader. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. p. 13-40.

Battling Babylon: The 'Military-Archaeology Complex' in Stargate SG-1

Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture 46(3): 393-418. Fall 2013.

Das andere ist Handarbeit: Martialische Science Fiction,

in: Jehmlich, Reimer and Luck, Hartmut, eds. Die Deformierte Zukunft: Untersuchungen zur Science Fiction: Munchen: Goldmann, 1974. p. 65-104.

Forming the Formless: Sunzi and the Military Logic of Ender Wiggin

in: Decker, Kevin S., ed. Ender's Game and Philosophy: the Logic Gate is Down. Somerset, NJ: Wiley, 2013. p. 78-88.

Military Bodies and Masculinity in 'The Broken Swords'

in: MacLachlan, Christopher, Pazdziora, John P., and Stelle, Ginger, eds. Rethinking George MacDonald: Context and Contemporaries. Glasgow: Scottish Literature International, 2013. p. 84-104.

Military Culture (Science Fiction as Culture)

in: Latham, Rob, ed. The Oxford Handbook of Science Fiction. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. p. 329-339.

Military Science Fiction: A Brief History,

in: Resnick, Mike. Starship Rebel. Amherst, NY: Pyr, 2008. p. 371-322.

Missing in Action: The Genre of Military SF Onscreen

Internet Review of Science Fiction 2(10): [2 p.] November 2005. (http://www.irosf.com/)

Of Starship Troopers and Refuseniks: War and Militarism in U. S. Science Fiction, Part 2

Extrapolation 48(1): 9-34. Spring 2007. Reprinted in: Hassler, Donald M./Wilcox, Clyde, eds. New Boundaries in Political Science Fiction. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2008. p.115-144.

PTXD: Gendered Narratives of Combat, Trauma, and the Civil-Military Divide

in: Bucciferro, ed. The X-Men Films: A Cultural Analysis. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, 2016. p. 63-76.

Republikaner auf dem Mars SF als Militarestrategie

in: Jeschke, Wolfgang, ed. Das Science Fiction Jahr Nr. 17, 2002. Munich: Heyne, 2002. p. 582-616.

Science Fiction Reports for Active Duty

Publishers Weekly 258(15): 18, 20-21. April 11, 2011.

Security or human security? Civil – military relations in Battlestar Galactica

in: Kiersey, Nicholas J. and Neumann, Iver B., eds. Popular Culture and World Politics : Battlestar Galactica and International Relations. Florence, KY: Taylor and Francis, 2013. p. 137-166.

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