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A Tale of Two Cultures: Science Studies and Science Fiction,

in: Westfahl, Gary and Slusser, George, eds. Science Fiction and the Two Cultures. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2009. p. 49-66.

All Scientific Stuff: Science, Expertise, and Everyday Reality in 1926

Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Michigan, 2013. 269 p. (DAI-A 75(5)(E), November 2014)

Boy Wizards and Girl Scientists: Rowling’s Contributions to Science Outreach

in: Frankel, Valerie E., ed. Teaching with Harry Potter: Essays on Classroom Wizardry from Elementary School to College, ed. by Valerie E. Frankel. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2013. p. 56-68.

C. S. Lewis on the Desolation of De-Valued Science

CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C. S. Lewis Society 28(1/2): 2-14. January/February 1997.

Ciencia y ciencia ficción

Quark: Ciencia, medicina, comunicación y cultura Nº 28-29. 2003

Condorcet's Utopianism: Faith in Science and Reason

in: Ramiro Aviles, Miguel A. and Davis, J. C., eds. Utopian Moments: Reading Utopian Texts. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2012. p. 86-91.

Ellen Reed, Fran Miles, Henrietta Brown, Lynn Standish, and Laura Moore Wright

in: Yaszek, Lisa and Sharp, Patrick B., eds. Sisters of Tomorrow: The First Women of Science Fiction. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2016. p. 265-267.

Experiments at the Margins

Thesis Eleven 131(1), 28-43. December 2015.

Fictionalising the Failure of Science: Zombies, Ambivalence, and Modernity By: pp. 45-62

in: Edrei, Shawn and Gurevitch, Danielle, eds. Science Fiction Beyond Borders. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars, 2016. p. 45-62.

Going Where the SF Genre Has Gone Before: Race, Sex, and Science in Books, On Film, and On Television

Master's Thesis, State University of New York Empire State College, 2014. 123 p.


in: Yaszek, Lisa and Sharp, Patrick B., eds. Sisters of Tomorrow: The First Women of Science Fiction. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2016. p. 259-264.

Melkor, Moon Letters, and Menelmacar: Middle-earth in the Science Classroom

in: Donovan, Leslie A., ed. Approaches to Teaching Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and Other Works. New York: Modern Languages Association, 2015. p. 177-182.

No Longer Estranged: Women, Science, Science Fiction

Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Texas, Arlington, 2011. 335 p. (DAI-A 73(6), December 2012)

Pedagogical Uses of Science Fiction in Science and Psychology,

in: Berman, Michael, ed. The Everyday Fantastic: Essays on Science Fiction and Human Being. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008. p. 151-160.

Pulp Sci-Fi’s Legacy to Women in Science: What I learned about gender in STEM when I analyzed 560 works of pulp.

Slate.com http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2015/11/pulp_science_fiction_s_legacy_to_women_in_science.single.html Accessed 1 December 2015.

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