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"It's all a big show": Constructing Identity in Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games Trilogy

in: Sedlmayr, Gerold and Waller, Nicole, eds. Politics in Fantasy Media: Essays on Ideology and Gender in Fiction, Film, Television, and Games. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014. p. 17-30.

"We Shall Overcome": The Districts of Panem and Identity Politics in "The Hunger Games"

in: Allen, Michael A. and Vaughn, Justin S., eds. Poli Sci Fi: an Introduction to Political Science Through Science Fiction. New York: Routledge, 2016. p. 156-167.

'All Day, All Week, Occupy Wall Street!": Space, Biopower, and Resistance

in: Stapleton, Patricia and Byers, Andrew, eds. Biopolitics and Utopia : an Interdisciplinary Reader. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. p. 141-166.

'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' is the most political (and subversive) superhero movie ever made

Entertainment Weekly. April 6, 2014. [2 p.] Online resource: http://popwatch.ew.com/2014/04/06/captain-america-the-winter-soldier-hydra-shield-paranoia/

'I Think the Government Stinks!': Stephen King's Stand on Politics

in: Magistrale, Tony, ed. A Casebook on The Stand. San Bernardino, CA: Borgo Press, 1992. pp.21-36.

'In Every Revolution, There is One Man with a Vision': The Governments of the Future in Comparative Perspective

in: Hassler, Donald M. and Wilcox, Clyde, eds. Political Science Fiction. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1997. pp. 183-195.

'The Shock of Dysrecognltion': Biopolitical Subjects and Drugs in Dick's Science Fiction

in: Dunst, Alexander and Schlensag, Stefan, eds. The World According to Philip K. Dick, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. p. 30-47.

'We Owe It to Them to Interfere': Star Trek and U. S. Statecraft in the 1960s and the 1990s

in: Hassler, Donald M. and Wilcox, Clyde, eds. Political Science Fiction. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1997. pp. 234-250.

'Words Without Reason': State Power and the Moral Life in Brave New World

in: Greenberg, Jonathan and Waddell, Nathan, eds. Brave New World: Contexts and Legacies. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. p. 211-226.

(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.

A Brazilian Metafktion: Paulo de Sousa Ramos's Dystopian Novella

in: Hassler, Donald M./Wilcox, Clyde, eds. New Boundaries in Political Science Fiction. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2008. p. 212-222.

A Chance Remark,

in: Fawcett, Bill, ed. Nebula Awards Showcase 2010. New York: Roc, 2010. p. 207-210.

A Last Situation: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Cultural Critic Leslie Fiedler

in: Hassler, Donald M./Wilcox, Clyde, eds. New Boundaries in Political Science Fiction. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2008. p. 339-352. POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

A Reflection on Tolkien's World: Gender, Race & Interpreted Political, Economic, Social & Cultural Allegories

http://www.justbooks.co.uk/cmt_article.asp?GettaID=214 (Courtely of sffworld-Science Fiction and Fantasy World). 5 pp.

A Truly American Enterprise: Star Trek's Post-9/11 Politics

in: Hassler, Donald M./Wilcox, Clyde, eds. New Boundaries in Political Science Fiction. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2008. p. 157-166.

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