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"All Your Little Tin Soldiers": Doctor Who and the Language of the First World War

in: Barr, Jason and Mustachio, Camille, eds. The Language of Doctor Who: from Shakespeare to Alien Tongues. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. p. 181-194.

"Did I Mention It Also Travels in Time?": Time Travel as Formula and Experience in Doctor Who

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. 233-243.

"I Can Do Your Part If You Can Do Mine": Romana II as the Girl Doctor

in: Myles, L. M. and Barr, Liz, eds. Companion Piece: Women Celebrate the Humans, Aliens and Tin Dogs of Doctor Who. Des Moines, IA: Mad Norwegian Press, 2015. p. 106-112.

"It's bigger on the inside": Verisimilitude and Companion Reactions to the TARDIS

in: Leitch, Gillian I. and Ginn, Sherry, eds. Who Travels with the Doctpr? Essays on the Companions of Doctor Who. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2016. p. 26-36.

"One of us is yellow": Doctor Fu Manchu and The Talons of Weng-Chiang

in: Orthia, Lindy A., ed. Doctor Who and Race. Chicago: Intellect, 2013. p. 83-100.

"Ready to outsit eternity": Human Responses to the Apocalypse

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. 175-194.

"The battle-scarred, the insane, the ones even you can't control": Disability and the Female Bodies of the Doctor's Companions

in: Leitch, Gillian I. and Ginn, Sherry, eds. Who Travels with the Doctpr? Essays on the Companions of Doctor Who. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2016. p. 37-51.

"The Moment Has Been Prepared For": Regeneration and Language in "Logopolis" and "Castrovalva"

in: Barr, Jason and Mustachio, Camille, eds. The Language of Doctor Who: from Shakespeare to Alien Tongues. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. p. 35-50.

"There's nothing only about being a girl": Learning to "Play" the Doctor's Companion

in: Leitch, Gillian I. and Ginn, Sherry, eds. Who Travels with the Doctpr? Essays on the Companions of Doctor Who. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2016. p. 52-68.

"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.

"We've upgraded ourselves": Gaiman's Resurrection of the Cybermen

in: Prescott, Tara, ed. Neil Gaiman in the 21st Century: Essays on the Novels, Children's Stories, Online Writings, Comics, and Other Works. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015. p. 97-112.

"What a Splendid-Looking Roman You Make!": The Male Companions, from Ian to Rory

in: Myles, L. M. and Barr, Liz, eds. Companion Piece: Women Celebrate the Humans, Aliens and Tin Dogs of Doctor Who. Des Moines, IA: Mad Norwegian Press, 2015. p. 59-67.

"Whatever you do, don't blink!" Gothic Horror and the Weeping Angels Trilogy

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. 213-226.

"Where Do I Fit In?": The Tale of Perpugilliam Brown

in: Myles, L. M. and Barr, Liz, eds. Companion Piece: Women Celebrate the Humans, Aliens and Tin Dogs of Doctor Who. Des Moines, IA: Mad Norwegian Press, 2015. p. 163-168.

''Bigger on the Inside ... ' : Doctor Who as British Cultural History." I

in: Roberts, Graham and Taylor, Philip M., eds. The Historian, Television and Television History. Luton, UK: University of Luton Press, 2001. p. 95-112.

'Doctor Who Unbound'; the Alternate History and the Fannish Text

in: Booth, Paul, ed. Fan Phenomena: Doctor Who. Bristol, UK: Intellect, 2013. p. 128-135.

'Halfway Out of the Dark': Steven Moffat's Doctor Who Christmas Specials

in: O'Day, Andrew, ed. Doctor Who – The Eleventh Hour: A Critical Celebration of the Matt Smith and Steven Moffat Era. London: I. B. Tauris, 2014. p. 89-105.

'Her brain was full of superstitious nonsense': Modernism and the Failure of the Divine in Doctor Who

in: Crome, Andrew and McGrath, James, eds. Religion and Doctor Who: Time and Relative Dimensions in Faith. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2013. p. 131-144.

'Humany-Wumany': Humanity vs. Human in Doctor Who

in: Crome, Andrew and McGrath, James, eds. Religion and Doctor Who: Time and Relative Dimensions in Faith. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2013. p. 94-105.

'I am the Doctor': Transmedia Adventures in Time and Space

in: O'Day, Andrew, ed. Doctor Who – The Eleventh Hour: A Critical Celebration of the Matt Smith and Steven Moffat Era. London: I. B. Tauris, 2014. p. 228-245.

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