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Publications Based on Research Conducted in SCUA

This lists highlights publications that have used or cited materials held by Special Collections & University Archives.

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  • African American Studies

    Culver Jr, Milton Lawrence. The Island, the Oasis, and the City: Santa Catalina, Palm Springs, Los Angeles, and Southern California’s Shaping of American Life and Leisure. University of California, Los Angeles, 2004.

    Culver, Lawrence. The Frontier of Leisure: Southern California and the Shaping of Modern America. Oxford University Press, 2010.

    Heinrich, Rena M. Race and Role: The Mixed-Race Asian Experience in American Drama. Rutgers University Press, 2023.

    Isoardi, Steven L, and Michael Dett Wilcots. “Black Experience in the Fine Arts: An African American Community Arts Movement in a University Setting,” 2014.

    Milenkiewicz, Eric. “Amplifying Unheard Voices: A Community-Based Approach to Preserving Black History in the Inland Empire,” 2023.

  • Asian American Studies

    Chen (陈宇晶), Jeannie. 2019. “‘Strangers from a Different Shore’: Examining Archival Representations and Descriptions of the Chinese in America.” Journal of Chinese Overseas 15 (1): 106–22. https://doi.org/10.1163/17932548-12341394.

    Cheng, John. 2019. “Asians and Asian Americans in Early Science Fiction.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literaturehttps://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190201098.013.924.

    Cornyetz, Nina, and Rebecca Copeland. 2023. Reading Desire in a New Generation of Japanese Women Writers: A Special Collection of Essays. Taylor & Francis.

    Culver, Lawrence. 2010. The Frontier of Leisure: Southern California and the Shaping of Modern America. Oxford University Press.

    Hartmann, Sadakichi. 2011. “The Power of Suggestiveness.”

    Heinrich, Rena M. 2023. Race and Role: The Mixed-Race Asian Experience in American Drama. Rutgers University Press.

    Lange, Dorothea. 2008. Impounded: The Censored Images Of Japanese American Internment. National Geographic Books.

    Messinger, Lisa Mintz. 2013. “The Critic Sadakichi Hartmann as the Subject of a Caricature by Marius de Zayas.” Metropolitan Museum Journal 48 (April): 239–42. https://doi.org/10.1086/675326.

    Nomura, Akiko. 2010. Fujimoto Diaries 1941–1946: Japanese American Community in Riverside, California, and Toranosuke Fujimoto’s National Loyalties to Japan and the United States during the Wartime Internment. University of California, Riverside.

    Vasiliou, Tia Anne. 2011. “The Power of Suggestiveness”: Sadakichi Hartmann, Thomas Wilmer Dewing, and American Modernism. University of California, Riverside.

    Wong, Morrison Gideon. n.d. “The Japanese in Riverside, 1890 to 1945: A Special Case in Race Relations.” Accessed August 5, 2023. https://www.proquest.com/openview/1fd6ad6e424dff134b667fbcb6dc76fa/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y.

    Youngquist, Paul. 2016. Race, Romanticism, and the Atlantic. Routledge.

  • Book Arts

    Berger, Sidney E. 1992. “The Anatomy of a Book, I: Format in the Hand-Press Period.”

    ———. 1995. Decoration in Bookbinding: An Exhibition at the University of California, Riverside, August 1-October 1, 1995. University of California, Riverside, Rivera Library, Special Collections ….

    Lebek, Johannes. 1994. Johannes Lebek, 1901-1985: A German Master of the Woodcut: Checklist of the Exhibit. University of California, Riverside, Rivera Library, Special Collections ….

    Spencer, Amy Elizabeth. 2019. “Artists’ Books: An Exploration and a Creation.” Honor’s thesis, University of California, Riverside. https://escholarship.org/content/qt0s82896b/qt0s82896b.pdf.

  • Citrus

    Hartig, Anthea M. 1995. “‘In a World He Has Created’: Class Collectivity and the Growers’ Landscape of the Southern California Citrus Industry, 1890-1940.” California History 74 (1): 100–111. https://doi.org/10.2307/25177473.

    Hartig, Anthea Marie. 2001. Citrus Growers and the Construction of the Southern California Landscape, 1880–1940. University of California, Riverside.

    Jenkins, Benjamin T. 2021. California’s Citrus Heritage. Arcadia Publishing.

    Jenkins, Benjamin Thomas. 2016. “The Octopus’s Garden: Railroads, Citrus Agriculture, and the Emergence of Southern California.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Riverside. https://www.proquest.com/openview/1094737e7cda23f7bdac4c46483ba237/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750.

    Moses, H Vincent. 1995. “G. Harold Powell and the Corporate Consolidation of the Modern Citrus Enterprise, 1904–1922.” Business History Review 69 (2): 119–55.

    Sackman, Douglas C. 2000. “‘Nature’s Workshop’: The Work Environment and Workers’ Bodies in California’s Citrus Industry, 1900–1940.” Environmental History 5 (1): 27–53. https://doi.org/10.2307/3985534.

  • English Literature

    Buzard, James, Joseph W Childers, and Eileen Gillooly. 2007. Victorian Prism: Refractions of the Crystal Palace. University of Virginia Press.

    Hishmeh, Richard Emile. 2005. “Romantic Genius and Literary Celebrity in American Literature.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Riverside. https://www.proquest.com/openview/3eecce040c9d29744b96e109e529ad6f/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y.

    Messinger, Lisa Mintz. 2013. “The Critic Sadakichi Hartmann as the Subject of a Caricature by Marius de Zayas.” Metropolitan Museum Journal 48 (April): 239–42. https://doi.org/10.1086/675326.

  • Environmental Studies

    Miller Jr, George E, and James F Thompson. 1976. “Ellis F. Darley and Shimshon Lerman University of California, Riverside.” In Air Quality and Smoke from Urban and Forest Fires: Proceedings of International Symposium, October 24-26, 1973, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, 78. National Academy of Sciences.

  • Latinx Studies

    Abu-El-Haj, Jawdat. 2013. “Latin American Perspectives: A Progressive Collective Intellectual and Its Social Knowledge.” Latin American Perspectives 40 (6): 11–55.

    Hernandez, Jose Amaro. 1979. “The Political Development of Mutual Aid Societies in the Mexican American Community: Ideals and Principles.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Riverside. https://www.proquest.com/openview/c47a4f7b208c7f6d0835b51cc49286f0/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y.

    Legrás, Horacio. 2016. “Seeing Women Photographed in Revolutionary Mexico.” Discourse 38 (1): 3–21.

    Martinelli, Debra Levy. 2020. “The Soul of a Poet.” Sooner Magazine 41 (1): 17–21.

    Morales, Erik. 2015. “Machismo (s): A Cultural History, 1928-1984.”

    Whigham, Thomas, and Jerry W Cooney. 1995. A Guide to Collections on Paraguay in the United States. ABC-CLIO.

    Whigham, Thomas Lyle, and Jerry W Cooney. 1983. “Paraguayan History: Manuscript Sources in the United States.” Latin American Research Review 18 (1): 104–17.

  • LGBTQ Studies

    Culver, Lawrence. 2010. The Frontier of Leisure: Southern California and the Shaping of Modern America. Oxford University Press.

    Johns, Eric Robert. 2016. “Joaquin Nin-Culmell’s La Celestina: Opera, Identity, and Subversion.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Riverside.

  • Local History

    Bohem, Hilda. 1984. “Nellie Suydam of Glendora: Diary of an Ordinary Woman.” Southern California Quarterly 66 (4): 335–44. https://doi.org/10.2307/41171121.

    Culver, Lawrence. 2010. The Frontier of Leisure: Southern California and the Shaping of Modern America. Oxford University Press.

    Deuel, Pauline B. 1961. “Mexican Serenade: The Story of the Padua Hills Theatre: Part Ii.” The Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly 43 (2): 137–59.

    McEwen, Emily Ann. 2014. “Southern California’s Unique Museum-Hotel: Consuming the Past and Preserving Fantasy at Riverside’s Mission Inn, 1903-2010.”

    Milanovich, Sean Christian. 2021. “The Treaty of Temecula: A Story of Invasion, Deceit, Stolen Land, and the Persistence of Power, 1846-1905 - ProQuest.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Riverside. https://www.proquest.com/openview/41fdf92e689c9c401f414b1063be9b36/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y.

    Milenkiewicz, Eric. 2023. “Amplifying Unheard Voices: A Community-Based Approach to Preserving Black History in the Inland Empire.”

    Trafzer, Clifford E. 2015. A Chemehuevi Song: The Resilience of a Southern Paiute Tribe. University of Washington Press.

    True, Clara. 1978. “The Willie Boy Case and Attendant Circumstances.” The Journal of California Anthropology 5 (1). https://escholarship.org/uc/item/7sw3t7t8.

    Vickery, Joyce Carter. 1984. Defending Eden: New Mexican Pioneers in the San Bernardino Valley. Riverside Museum Press.

    Wong, Morrison Gideon. n.d. “The Japanese in Riverside, 1890 to 1945: A Special Case in Race Relations.” Accessed August 5, 2023. https://www.proquest.com/openview/1fd6ad6e424dff134b667fbcb6dc76fa/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y.

    Yelvington, Kevin A., Jason L. Simms, and Elizabeth Murray. 2012. “Wine Tourism in the Temecula Valley: Neoliberal Development Policies and Their Contradictions.” Anthropology in Action 19 (3): 49–65. https://doi.org/10.3167/aia.2012.190305.

  • Music

    Johns, Eric Robert. 2016. “Joaquin Nin-Culmell’s La Celestina: Opera, Identity, and Subversion.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Riverside.

    Karnes, Kevin Charles. 2001. Heinrich Schenker and Musical Thought in Late Nineteenth-Century Vienna. Brandeis University.

    Kunselman, Joan D. 1979. “University of California, Riverside: The Oswald Jonas Memorial Collection.” Current Musicology, no. 28: 7.

    Lang, Robert, JoAn Kunselman, and others. 1994. Heinrich Schenker, Oswald Jonas, Moriz Violin: A Checklist of Manuscripts and Other Papers in the Oswald Jonas Memorial Collection. Vol. 10. Univ of California Press.

    Rothstein, William. 1984. “Heinrich Schenker as an Interpreter of Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas.” 19th-Century Music 8 (1): 3–28.

    Young, Mark Thomas. 2015. “Sonic Retro-Futures: Musical Nostalgia as Revolution in Post-1960s American Literature, Film and Technoculture.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Riverside. https://www.proquest.com/openview/f856d323c1c7072564006e584b777753/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750.

  • Native American and Indigenous Studies

    Hanks, Richard Alan. 2006. “This War Is for a Whole Life”: The Culture of Resistance among Southern California Indians, 1850–1966. University of California, Riverside.

    Hoffman, Elizabeth DeLaney. 2012. American Indians and Popular Culture: Media, Sports, and Politics. ABC-CLIO.

    Medina, William Oscar. 2007. Selling Indians at Sherman Institute, 1902–1922. University of California, Riverside.

    Mikhaylova, Larisa. 2023. “Developing Academic Based Tourism in the World in the 2020s: Historical Dimension and Perspectives.” In , 34–44. Atlantis Press. https://doi.org/10.2991/978-2-38476-028-2_4.

    Milanovich, Sean Christian. 2021. “The Treaty of Temecula: A Story of Invasion, Deceit, Stolen Land, and the Persistence of Power, 1846-1905 - ProQuest.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Riverside. https://www.proquest.com/openview/41fdf92e689c9c401f414b1063be9b36/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y.

    Murphy, Jacqueline Shea. 2017. “Daystar/Rosalie Jones, ‘Dancing the Four Directions.’” Dance, Movement & Spiritualities 4 (2): 179–82. https://doi.org/10.1386/dmas.4.2.179_1.

    Smith, Jeffrey Allen. 2006. Made Beings: Cahuilla and Chemehuevi Material Culture as Seen through the Cary Collection. University of California, Riverside.

    Trafzer, Clifford E. 2015. A Chemehuevi Song: The Resilience of a Southern Paiute Tribe. University of Washington Press.

    True, Clara. 1978. “The Willie Boy Case and Attendant Circumstances.” The Journal of California Anthropology 5 (1). https://escholarship.org/uc/item/7sw3t7t8.

    War Soldier, Rose Delia Soza. 2013. “‘To Take Positive and Effective Action’: Rupert Costo and the California Based American Indian Historical Society.” PhD Thesis, Arizona State University. https://keep.lib.asu.edu/_flysystem/fedora/c7/104454/SozaWarSoldier_asu_0010E_13560.pdf.

    Wilke, Philip Joel. 1976. Late Prehistoric Human Ecology at Lake Cahuilla, Coachella Valley, California. University of California, Riverside.

  • Performing Arts

    Garafola, Lynn. 2022. La Nijinska: Choreographer of the Modern. Oxford University Press.

    Kaden, Laurie Ann. 1988. “Nijinska’s Theatre Choreographique Nijinska: The 1925 Tour of English Resort Towns.”

    Messinger, Lisa Mintz. 2013. “The Critic Sadakichi Hartmann as the Subject of a Caricature by Marius de Zayas.” Metropolitan Museum Journal 48 (April): 239–42. https://doi.org/10.1086/675326.

    Murphy, Jacqueline Shea. 2017. “Daystar/Rosalie Jones, ‘Dancing the Four Directions.’” Dance, Movement & Spiritualities 4 (2): 179–82. https://doi.org/10.1386/dmas.4.2.179_1.

    Timmons Summers, Lindsey Michelle. 2014. “White Soul/Forbidden Body: Dancing Christian From Ruth St. Denis to Pole Dancing for Jesus.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Riverside. https://www.proquest.com/openview/274f5dc4ab1ad81785def3b4f4bbaed3/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750.

    Vasiliou, Tia Anne. 2011. “The Power of Suggestiveness”: Sadakichi Hartmann, Thomas Wilmer Dewing, and American Modernism. University of California, Riverside.

    Wawrejko, Diane. 2008. Getting to the Core of X: An Analysis of the Choreographic Methods of Daniel Nagrin. University of Surrey (United Kingdom).

  • Rare Book Collection

    Buzard, James, Joseph W Childers, and Eileen Gillooly. 2007. Victorian Prism: Refractions of the Crystal Palace. University of Virginia Press.

    Lieberman, Jennifer L. 2017. Power Lines: Electricity in American Life and Letters, 1882-1952. MIT Press.

    Moxley, Joseph, and Lagretta Tallent Lenker. 1995. The Politics and Processes of Scholarship. Greenwood Publishing Group.

    Roberson, Jessica. 2013. Circulating Libraries: Literacy and Letterpress at Sea 1500-1900. University of California, Riverside [Special Collections].

    Sell, Jeremy Michael. 2016. “Victorian Sermonic Discourse: The Sermon in Nineteenth-Century British Literature and Society.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Riverside. https://www.proquest.com/openview/a9d458d69e1afb53491cf7eb6baadfef/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750.

    Taves, Brian. 2005. Talbot Mundy, Philosopher of Adventure: A Critical Biography. McFarland.

    Youngquist, Paul. 2016. Race, Romanticism, and the Atlantic. Routledge.

  • Science Fiction and Fantasy

    Adami, Esterino. 2021. “Introduction : Indian Science Fiction : Routes of the Past in the Future.” ContactZone : Rivista Dell’Associazione Italiana per Lo Studio Della Fantascienza e Del Fantastico : 1, 2021, 4–9. https://doi.org/10.26379/1590.

    Alkon, Paul. 1996. “Bowdler Lives: Michigan’s ‘Mummy.’” Edited by Jane (Webb) Loudon. Science Fiction Studies 23 (1): 123–30.

    Alkon, Paul K. 2013. Science Fiction Before 1900: Imagination Discovers Technology. Routledge.

    Alkon, Paul Kent. 1987. Origins of Futuristic Fiction. University of Georgia Press.

    Ash, Lee. 2013. Science/Fiction Collections: Fantasy, Supernatural and Weird Tales. Routledge.

    Attebery, Stina Evans. 2020. Refuse Ecologies: Indigenous Posthumanism in Polluted Futures. University of California, Riverside.

    Barceló, Miquel. 2003. “Ciencia y Ciencia Ficción.” Quark, 97–101.

    Barton, Joshua, and Patrick Olson. 2019. “Cite First, Ask Questions Later? Toward an Ethic of Zines and Zinesters in Libraries and Research.” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 113 (2): 205–16. https://doi.org/10.1086/703341.

    Belk, Patrick Nolan. 2014. “Let’s Just Steal the Rockets: 1970s Feminist Science Fiction as Radical Rhetorical Revisioning.” PhD Thesis, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. https://www.proquest.com/openview/ac5209421e2a472ec0b93c0a747a1eb5/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750.

    Benford, Gregory, Gary Westfahl, Howard V Hendrix, and Joseph D Miller. 2018. Bridges to Science Fiction and Fantasy: Outstanding Essays from the J. Lloyd Eaton Conferences. McFarland.

    Bishop, Katherine E., David Higgins, and Jerry Määttä. 2020. Plants in Science Fiction: Speculative Vegetation. University of Wales Press.

    Bondi, Gail A. 2011. “Close Encounters of a Different Kind: A Study of Science Fiction Fan Culture and Its Interactions with Multiple Literacies.” PhD Thesis, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. https://www.proquest.com/openview/147e076fd2d8cc850611155ae4d5cdfc/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750.

    Boswell, Suzanne F. 2021. “‘Whatever It Is That Compels Her to Write so Seldom’: Network Analysis and the Decline of Women Writers in Pulp Science Fiction.” Extrapolation 62 (1): 1–36. https://doi.org/10.3828/extr.2021.2.

    Bould, Mark, Andrew Butler, Adam Roberts, and Sherryl Vint. 2009. The Routledge Companion to Science Fiction. Routledge.

    Bould, Mark, and Sherryl Vint. 2011. The Routledge Concise History of Science Fiction. Routledge.

    Bourget, Jason Bruce James. 2016. “Making the Men of Tomorrow: American Science Fiction and the Politics of Masculinity, 1965 - 1974.” PhD Thesis, Queen’s University (Canada). https://www.proquest.com/openview/510cf684bf15538f2c9e19bcdcc2e57a/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750.

    Britton, Piers D. 2011. “TARDISbound,” 1–256.

    Brombley, Kate, Stephen Ammidown, Andrew Lippert, William Fliss, and Jeremy Brett. 2021. “Institutional Collection Profiles.” Journal of Fandom Studies, The 9 (Archives and Special Collections): 93–100. https://doi.org/10.1386/jfs_00035_1.

    Butler, Miranda. 2018. “Sf Double Feature: Mary Shelley’s Awakening Sexuality and the Rocky Horror Picture Show, 1975 and 2016.” Science Fiction Film and Television 11 (2): 160–61.

    Cashbaugh, Sean. 2016. “A Paradoxical, Discrepant, and Mutant Marxism: Imagining a Radical Science Fiction in the American Popular Front.” Journal for the Study of Radicalism 10 (1): 63–106. https://doi.org/10.14321/jstudradi.10.1.0063.

    Chatelain, Danièle, and George Slusser. 2014. “Science Fiction: Verne and Beyond.” Nature 513 (7517): 169–70. https://doi.org/10.1038/513169a.

    Cheng, John. 2019. “Asians and Asian Americans in Early Science Fiction.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literaturehttps://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190201098.013.924.

    Coker, Cait. 2021. “Defining Fan Fiction.” A Fan Studies Primer: Method, Research, Ethics, 179.

    Coker, Mary Catherine. 2009. “The Friends of Darkover: An Annotated History and Bibliography.” Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction 37 (104): 42–66.

    Collings, Michael R. 1990. In the Image of God: Theme, Characterization, and Landscape in the Fiction of Orson Scott Card. Greenwood Publishing Group.

    Coppa, Francesca. 2013. “Pop Culture, Fans, and Social Media.” In The Social Media Handbook. Routledge.

    Cummins, Elizabeth. 2001. “Bibliography of Works by Judith Merril.” Extrapolation (Pre-2012) 42 (3): 255.

    ———. 2006. “Judith Merril: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography.”

    Davies, Philip. 1982. “Patrick Parrinder, Science Fiction: Its Criticism and Teaching (London: Methuen, 1980, £5.95 Cloth, £2.75 Paper). Pp. Xix, 166. - Martin Greenberg (Ed.), Fantastic Lives: Autobiographical Essays by Notable Science Fiction Writers (Carbondale, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press, 1981, 9.95). Pp. Viii, 168).” Journal of American Studies 16 (1): 157–59. https://doi.org/10.1017/S002187580000983X.

    Davis, Jalondra Alicia. 2017. On Queens and Monsters: Science Fiction and the Black Political Imagination. University of California, Riverside.

    Davis, Sheryl. 2006. “Women Science Fiction Writers Archive.” Science Fiction Studies, 382–83.

    Dean, John. 1981. “New Perspectives on the Literature of Wonder: Recent Works in Science Fiction & Fantasy Scholarship.” In Amerikastudien / American Studies (Amst), edited by Martin Christadler, Günter Moltmann, Ernst Otto Czempiel, Bernhard Ostendorf, Eberhard Kessel, Klaus Poenicke, Klaus Lubbers, and Wolfgang Viereck, 460–64. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-476-98961-1_25.

    Doane, Bethany. 2019. “Weird Reading: Horror as Radical Politics at the End of the World.” PhD Thesis, Pennsylvania State University. https://www.proquest.com/openview/d1127a2f62714d61cda7154c6fa2cba2/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y.

    Ellis, Jason W. 2012. “Brains, Minds, and Computers in Literary and Science Fiction Neuronarratives.” PhD Thesis, Kent State University. https://etd.ohiolink.edu/apexprod/rws_olink/r/1501/10?clear=10&p10_accession_num=kent1337654951.

    Enriquez, Sandy, and Andrew Lippert. 2022. “Fandom and Sexuality in the Archives: Collecting Slash Fan Fiction and Yaoi/Boys’ Love Manga.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 31 (2): 182–201.

    Evans, Arthur B. 2014. Vintage Visions: Essays on Early Science Fiction. Wesleyan University Press.

    Evans, Taylor. 2018. “The Race of Machines: Blackness and Prosthetics in Early American Science Fiction.” American Literature 90 (3): 553–84. https://doi.org/10.1215/00029831-6994805.

    Ferro, David L., and Eric G. Swedin. 2011. Science Fiction and Computing: Essays on Interlinked Domains. McFarland.

    Freedman, Carl, and Carl Freedom. 2013. Critical Theory and Science Fiction. Wesleyan University Press.

    García, Miquel Barceló, 3060395, and rn. 2005. “Ciencia y ciencia ficción.” Revista Digital Universitaria (1607 - 6079). Vol. 6, No.7 (2005), July. https://www.ru.tic.unam.mx/xmlui/handle/123456789/931.

    George, S. 2013. Gendering Science Fiction Films: Invaders from the Suburbs. Springer.

    Glaubman, Jane. 2019. “Deplorable Cultus: Populism, Globalization, and The Lord of the Rings,” August. https://doi.org/10.7298/v6pm-cs74.

    Gómez-Muñoz, Pablo. 2022. Science Fiction Cinema in the Twenty-First Century: Transnational Futures, Cosmopolitan Concerns. Taylor & Francis.

    Guerrier, Jacqueline. 2018. “Where No Fandom Has Gone before: Exploring the Development of Fandom.” Master’s thesis, James Madison University. https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/master201019/580/.

    Gunn, James E. 2006. Inside Science Fiction. Scarecrow Press.

    Hackenberg, Sara. 2009. “Vampires and Resurrection Men: The Perils and Pleasures of the Embodied Past in 1840s Sensational Fiction.” Victorian Studies 52 (1): 63–75.

    Hall, Hal W. 2013. “A Brief Directory of Science Fiction Research Collections.” In Science/Fiction Collections, 177–81. Routledge.

    Hartmann, Sadakichi. 2011. “The Power of Suggestiveness.”

    Hassler, Donald M. 1988. “Reflections on the Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Fourth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, and: Storm Warnings: Science Fiction Confronts the Future, and: Imprisoned in a Tesseract: The Life and Work of James Blish.” MFS Modern Fiction Studies 34 (2): 325–26.

    Hassler, Donald M. 1999. “George Slusser, Paul Alkon, Roger Gaillard and Daniele Chatelain, Eds. Transformations of Utopia: Changing Views of the Perfect Society.” Extrapolation 40 (3): 264–66.

    Hernández, Robb, Tyler Stallings, and Joanna Szupinska. 2017. Mundos Alternos: Art and Science Fiction in the Americas. Ucr Artsblock.

    Herrick, James A. 2008. Scientific Mythologies: How Science and Science Fiction Forge New Religious Beliefs. InterVarsity Press.

    Horbinski, Andrea. 2019a. “Introduction: Media Scholarship in the Contact Zone.” Mechademia: Second Arc 12 (1): 1–8. https://doi.org/10.5749/mech.12.1.0001.

    ———. 2019b. “What You Watch Is What You Are? Early Anime and Manga Fandom in the United States.” Mechademia: Second Arc 12 (1): 11–30. https://doi.org/10.5749/mech.12.1.0011.

    Horbinski, Andrea J. 2017. “Manga’s Global Century: A History of Japanese Comics, 1905–1989.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Berkeley. https://www.proquest.com/openview/e11c2617a5cb2ad1f31e9076de518240/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y.

    Iannuzi, Giulia. 2018. “FN3/ITA. Fenomenologia Del Fandom Italiano.” Insolito & Fantasticohttps://arts.units.it/handle/11368/2961827.

    Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr. 2012. “What Do We Mean When We Say ‘Global Science Fiction’? Reflections on a New Nexus.” Science Fiction Studies 39 (3): 478–93. https://doi.org/10.5621/sciefictstud.39.3.0478.

    James, Edward. 1998. “Islands in the Sky: The Space Station Theme in Modern Science Fiction.” Utopian Studies, March, 335–36.

    Kuusisto, Pekka Johannes. 2001. From the Center to the Circumference: Encyclopedic Topologies in Literature from Dante through Modern Science Fiction. University of California, Riverside.

    Latham, Rob. 2006. “New Worlds and the New Wave in Fandom: Fan Culture and the Reshaping of Science Fiction in the Sixties`.” Extrapolation (Pre-2012) 47 (2): 296-315,183.

    ———. 2020. “Inventing Tomorrow: H. G. Wells and the Twentieth Century.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 31 (2): 287-289,333.

    Latham, Rob, Melissa Conway, Lisa Yaszek, Wesley W Wilson, Jeremy Brett, Christopher McKitterick, Kendra Beckler, et al. 2010. “SFS Showcase: Library Collections and Archives of SF and Related Materials.” Science Fiction Studies 37 (2): 161–90.

    Lee, Regina Yung. 2011. “Textual Evidence of Fandom Activities: The Fanzine Holdings at UC Riverside’s Eaton Collection.” Transformative Works and Cultures 6 (March). https://doi.org/10.3983/twc.2011.0271.

    Lewis, Megan. 2004. “Comics Go to College.” Lagniappe, 166–70.

    Lippert, Andrew. 2021. “The Eaton Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy at UC Riverside : Pasts, Presents, and Futures.” ContactZone : Rivista Dell’Associazione Italiana per Lo Studio Della Fantascienza e Del Fantastico : 1, 2021, 100–105. https://doi.org/10.26379/1597.

    Luckhurst, Roger. 2005. Science Fiction. Polity.

    ———. 2012. The Mummy’s Curse: The True History of a Dark Fantasy. OUP Oxford.

    Lyau, Bradford. 2014. The Anticipation Novelists of 1950s French Science Fiction: Stepchildren of Voltaire. McFarland.

    Machin, James. 2018. Weird Fiction in Britain 1880–1939. Palgrave Gothic. Cham: Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90527-3.

    Mayorga Mejía, Elí de Jesús. 2020. “La Propaganda Informal Anti Comunista Estadunidense Durante La Década de 1960: Los Casos de Thor, Iron Man, The Hulk, Fantastic Four y The Amazing Spider Man, 1961-1966.” Master’s thesis, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas. http://hdl.handle.net/11651/4275.

    McConnell, Frank. 2009. The Science of Fiction and the Fiction of Science: Collected Essays on SF Storytelling and the Gnostic Imagination. Vol. 12. McFarland.

    McGiveron, Rafeeq O. n.d. “From Free Love to the Free-Fire Zone: Heinlein’s Mars, 1939-1987 - ProQuest.” Accessed August 4, 2023. https://www.proquest.com/openview/db0060c4efb1ebd6d786815404df56b1/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=48414.

    McGuirk, Carol. 2010. “The Animal Downdeep: Cordwainer Smith’s Late Tales of the Underpeople.” Science Fiction Studies 37 (3): 466–77.

    Mikhaylova, Larisa. 2023. “Developing Academic Based Tourism in the World in the 2020s: Historical Dimension and Perspectives.” In , 34–44. Atlantis Press. https://doi.org/10.2991/978-2-38476-028-2_4.

    Mueller, Hannah. 2022. The Politics of Fandom: Conflicts That Divide Communities. McFarland.

    Mueller, Hannah Ruth. 2017. “States of Fandom: Community, Constituency, Public Sphere.” PhD Thesis, Cornell University. https://www.proquest.com/openview/5fed12cfed873ad10720504fe1cee3d8/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750.

    Mulcahy, Kevin P. 2006. “Science Fiction Collections in ARL Academic Libraries.” College & Research Libraries 67 (1): 15–34.

    Navarette, Susan J. 1998. The Shape of Fear: Horror and the Fin de Sicle Culture of Decadence. University Press of Kentucky.

    Oberhelman, David D. 2003. “Reference Guide to Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror (2nd Edition).” Reference Reviews 17 (5): 43–44. https://doi.org/10.1108/09504120310481101.

    O’Brien, Christopher M. 2012. The Forrest J. Ackerman Oeuvre : A Comprehensive Catalog of the Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Screenplays, Film Appearances, Speeches and Other Works, with a Concise Biography. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers Jefferson, N.C.

    Parkin-Speer, Diane. 1997. “Foods of the Gods: Eating and the Eaten in Fantasy and Science Fiction Ed. by Gary Westfahl, George Slusser, and Eric S. Rabkin (Review).” Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 51 (2): 59–60.

    Parrinder, Patrick, and John S Partington. 2005. The Reception of HG Wells in Europe. Vol. 7. Bloomsbury Publishing.

    Patten, Fred. 2017. Furry Fandom Conventions, 1989-2015. McFarland.

    Pearson, Joshua. 2016. “Captain America, Masculinity, and Violence: The Evolution of a National Icon by J. Richard Stevens (Review).” Science Fiction Film and Television 9 (2): 263–66.

    Potvin, Sarah, and Catherine Coker. 2013. “Arcane Magic: Hal Hall and the Creation and Transformation of Science Fiction Indexing.” Reference and User Services Quarterly 53 (1): 51–59.

    Radick, Caryn. 2016. “Romance Writers’ Use of Archives.” Archivaria 81: 45–73.

    Rapatzikou, Tatiani G. 2016. Gothic Motifs in the Fiction of William Gibson. Brill. https://www.google.com/books/edition/Gothic_Motifs_in_the_Fiction_of_William/690eEAAAQBAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=%22eaton+collection%22+science+fiction+riverside&pg=PP1&printsec=frontcover.

    Reginald, R., Douglas Menville, and Mary A. Burgess. 2010. Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature. Wildside Press LLC.

    Reynolds, Pauline J. 2017. “From Superman to Squirrel Girl: Higher Education in Comic Books, 1938–2015.” In Anti-Intellectual Representations of American Colleges and Universities: Fictional Higher Education, edited by Barbara F. Tobolowsky and Pauline J. Reynolds, 33–54. Higher Education and Society. New York: Palgrave Macmillan US. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-57004-8_3.

    Rieder, John. 2013. Colonialism and the Emergence of Science Fiction. Wesleyan University Press.

    RL. 2004. “Fanzine Research: Some Sercon Musings.” Science Fiction Studies, 487–97.

    Roman, Cristian Augustin. 2023. “American Anime Fan Networks Before the Internet: The Development of the Cartoon/Fantasy Organization.” PhD Thesis, University of Southern California.

    Rosny, J. H. 2012. Three Science Fiction Novellas: From Prehistory to the End of Mankind. Wesleyan University Press.

    Sacramento, Gabriela Maderazo, Mary Mansour, and Jealine Martinez. n.d. “Clinical Implications of Brain Implants on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Patients.”

    Sargent, Lyman Tower. 1994. “Contemporary Scholarship on Utopianism.” L’Esprit Créateur 34 (4): 123–29.

    Sawyer, Andy. 2011. “The Science Fiction Short Story.” In Teaching the Short Story, edited by Ailsa Cox, 96–116. Teaching the New English. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230316591_7.

    Sawyer, Andy, and Jonathan McCalmont. 2008. “Dr. Brian Aldiss.” Science Fiction Studies 35 (3): 533–34.

    Schlobin, Roger C. 2000. “Resources for the Study of American Fantasy Literature Through 1998.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 10 (4 (40)): 409–39.

    Seed, David. 2008. A Companion to Science Fiction. John Wiley & Sons.

    Seiffert, Andreya Susane. n.d. “Nas Bordas Do Tempo: The Futurian Society of New York e a Ficção Científica Americana.” PhD Thesis, Universidade de São Paulo.

    Serchay, David S. 1998. “Comic Research Libraries.” Serials Review 24 (1): 37–48.

    Shain, Matthew Nelson. 2012. “You Are My Ghost.” Master’s thesis, University of California, Riverside. https://www.proquest.com/openview/385fc397bb6967394717caa1d96beb59/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750.

    Sharp, Patrick B. 2007. Savage Perils: Racial Frontiers and Nuclear Apocalypse in American Culture. University of Oklahoma Press.

    ———. 2018. Darwinian Feminism and Early Science Fiction: Angels, Amazons, and Women. University of Wales Press.

    Sharp, Patrick Berton. 1999. “The White Man’s Bomb: Race and Nuclear Apocalypse Narrative in American Culture.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Santa Barbara. https://www.proquest.com/openview/4a9ec06c28bbfe3c820e7b7b11e4b2ed/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y.

    Slusser, George. 2001. “Breaking the Mind Circle: De Quincey’s ‘ The English Mail Coach’ and the Origins of Science Fiction.” Extrapolation (Pre-2012) 42 (2): 111–23.

    Slusser, George Edgar. 1983. “The J. Lloyd Eaton Collection.” In Science/Fiction Collections. Routledge.

    ———. 1987. Aliens: The Anthropology of Science Fiction. SIU Press.

    ———. 1988. “Who’s Afraid of Science Fiction? - ProQuest.” Foundation 0: 5.

    ———. 2022. Science Fiction: Toward a World Literature. Rowman & Littlefield.

    Slusser, George Edgar, and Jean Pierre Barricelli. 2003. Genre at the Crossroads: The Challenge of Fantasy: A Collection of Essays. Xenox Books.

    Slusser, George Edgar, Patrick Parrinder, and Danièle Chatelain. 2001. Time Machine. University of Georgia Press.

    Slusser, George Edgar, and Eric S. Rabkin. 1987. Intersections: Fantasy and Science Fiction. SIU Press.

    ———. 1993. Fights of Fancy: Armed Conflict in Science Fiction and Fantasy. University of Georgia Press.

    Slusser, George Edgar, and T. A. Shippey. 1992. Fiction 2000: Cyberpunk and the Future of Narrative. University of Georgia Press.

    Slusser, George Edgar, Gary Westfahl, and Eric S. Rabkin. 1996. Science Fiction and Market Realities. University of Georgia Press.

    Spiegel, Simon, Frank Weinreich, Sophie G. Einwächter, Julia Gaterman, René Reinhold Schallegger, Dieter Petzold, and Sherryl Vint. 2023. “Fantastikforschung als Beruf.” Zeitschrift für Fantastikforschung 10 (1). https://doi.org/10.16995/zff.9963.

    Stanis, Paul. 2014. “The Speculative Fiction Information Community: The Boundless Canvas, and the Community That Admires It.” E-LIS repository. http://eprints.rclis.org/24684/.

    Stratton, Susan. 2000. “Muriel Jaeger’s ‘The Question Mark’, a Response to Bellamy and Wells.” Foundation 29: 62–69.

    Straw, Will. 2023. “Bundles and Mailings: Science Fiction Fandom and the Amateur Press Association.” DIY, Alternative Cultures & Society 1 (1): 7–19. https://doi.org/10.1177/27538702231151625.

    Swigart, Leslie Kay. 2020. “Fantastic Extrapolations: An Exploratory Bibliometric Investigation into the Historic Development of English-Language Fantasy and Science Fiction Scholarship through Fifty Years of <em>Extrapolation</Em>.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Los Angeles. https://www.proquest.com/openview/fb83bb199b5b1c2defd096113290a976/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y.

    Taves, Brian. 2005. Talbot Mundy, Philosopher of Adventure: A Critical Biography. McFarland.

    Taylor, Taryne Jade. 2014. “Remembering the Future, Redefining the Past: A Study of Nineteenth-Century British Feminist Utopias.” The University of Iowa. https://www.proquest.com/openview/ebd1f9851d6f065801a3bf94bc49cb5e/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y.

    Thiess, Derek J. 2019. “Miller’s Milieu, or, the Cultural Moments of Late Humanism: Science and Religion in the Golden Age of Science Fiction.” PhD Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. https://cdr.lib.unc.edu/concern/dissertations/th83kz633.

    Tondro, Jason. 2011. Superheroes of the Round Table: Comics Connections to Medieval and Renaissance Literature. McFarland.

    Tymn, Marshall  B. 1983. “Bibliographic Control in Fantastic Literature:” Special Collections 2 (1–2): 131–49. https://doi.org/10.1300/J300v02n01_13.

    Tymn, Marshall B., Roger C. Schlobin, and Lloyd W. Currey. 2019. A Research Guide to Science Fiction Studies: An Annotated Checklist of Primary and Secondary Sources for Fantasy and Science Fiction. Routledge.

    Veiras, Denis. 2012. The History of the Sevarambians: A Utopian Novel. State University of New York Press.

    Vint, Sherryl. 2010. “Animal Studies in the Era of Biopower.” Science Fiction Studies 37 (3): 444–55.

    Westfahl, Gary. 1990. “Small Worlds and Strange Tomorrows: The Icon of the Space Station in Science Fiction.” Foundation 0: 38-.

    ———. 1996. “Evolution of Modern Science Fiction: The Textual History of Hugo Gernsback’s ‘Ralph 124C 41+.’” Science Fiction Studies 23 (1): 37–82.

    ———. 1997. “Not Always Boon Companions.”

    ———. 1998. The Mechanics of Wonder: The Creation of the Idea of Science Fiction. Liverpool University Press.

    ———. 1999. “The Popular Tradition of Science Fiction Criticism, 1926-1980.” Science Fiction Studies 26 (2): 187–212.

    ———. 2000. “Science-Fiction: The Gernsback Years.” Extrapolation 41 (2): 197–197.

    ———. 2006. “Science Fiction and the Playing Fields of Eaton.” Extrapolation (Pre-2012) 47 (1): 7-15,4.

    ———. 2007. Hugo Gernsback and the Century of Science Fiction. McFarland.

    ———. 2013. William Gibson. University of Illinois Press. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5406/j.ctt3fh4dp.

    Westfahl, Gary, and George Edgar Slusser. 1999. Nursery Realms: Children in the Worlds of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror. University of Georgia Press.

    Westfahl, Gary, George Edgar Slusser, and Eric S Rabkin. 1996. Foods of the Gods: Eating and the Eaten in Fantasy and Science Fiction. University of Georgia Press.

    Withers, Jeremy. 2020. Futuristic Cars and Space Bicycles: Contesting the Road in American Science Fiction. Oxford University Press.

    Wittenberg, David. 2013. Time Travel: The Popular Philosophy of Narrative. Fordham Univ Press.

    Yaszek, Lisa, and Patrick B Sharp. 2016. Sisters of Tomorrow: The First Women of Science Fiction. Wesleyan University Press.

    Young, Helen. 2015. Race and Popular Fantasy Literature: Habits of Whiteness. Routledge.

    Young, Mark Thomas. 2015. “Sonic Retro-Futures: Musical Nostalgia as Revolution in Post-1960s American Literature, Film and Technoculture.” PhD Thesis, University of California, Riverside. https://www.proquest.com/openview/f856d323c1c7072564006e584b777753/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750.

  • South Asian Studies

    Logan, William AT. 2016. “Building Nonalignment: Technological Interchange and India’s Third Five-Year Plan (1961-1966).”

    ———. 2021. A Technological History of Cold-War India, 1947–⁠ 1969: Autarky and Foreign Aid. Springer Nature.

    ———. 2022. Autarky and Foreign Aid. 1st ed. Palgrave Studies in the History of Science and Technology. Palgrave Macmillan US. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-78767-7.

  • University Archives

    Chambers, Ian. 2001. “The History of Native American Studies at the University of California Riverside.” Indigenous Nations Studies Journal 2 (2): 83–94.

    Martinelli, Debra Levy. 2020. “The Soul of a Poet.” Sooner Magazine 41 (1): 17–21.

    Ramirez, Marcela L. 2018. Schoolhouse of Resistance: Critical Counterstories of Grassroots Organizers and Campus Change Agents in California Cultural Centers. University of California, Riverside.

    Thrush, Elizabeth Claassen, and Christine Victorino. 2016. “Providing Study Abroad Opportunities for Underrepresented Populations: Lessons from the University of California, Riverside.” In Handbook of Research on Study Abroad Programs and Outbound Mobility, 115–36. IGI Global.

  • Water Resources

    Andrés, Benny J. 2014. Power and Control in the Imperial Valley: Nature, Agribusiness, and Workers on the California Borderland, 1900-1940. Texas A&M University Press.

    Babie, Paul, and Paul Leadbeter. 2014. Law as Change: Engaging with the Life and Scholarship of Adrian Bradbrook. University of Adelaide Press.

    Beatty, Stephen, Mark Allen, Alan Lymbery, and Tim Storer. 2013. “Novel Methods for Managing Freshwater Refuges against Climate Change in Southern Australia.”

    Blomquist, William. 2021. The Realities of Adaptive Groundwater Management. Springer.

    Boime, Eric. 2011. “Navigating the Fluid Boundary: The Lower Colorado River Steamboat Era, 1851-1877.” Southern California Quarterly 93 (2): 175–200.

    Carle, David. 2015. Introduction to Water in California. Univ of California Press.

    DeJong, David H. 2021. Diverting the Gila: The Pima Indians and the Florence-Casa Grande Project, 1916–1928. University of Arizona Press.

    Engelbert, Ernest A. 1982. Competition for California Water: Alternative Resolutions. University of California Press.

    Estrada, Leif. 2017. “Sensing Landscapes—a Neo-Natural Incarnate.” Landscape Architecture Frontiers 5 (1): 137–47.

    Goodman, Dakota. n.d. “The Personification of Natural Waterscapes: A Brief History of Friends of the River.”

    Grant, Daniel A. 2015. “The Certainty of Change: Flood, Drought, and the Genre of Environmental Prophecy in California’s Central Valley, 1987-2015.”

    Harris, Victoria M. 2021. “Tree Rings and the Truckee River: Our Past, Our Future, and George Hardman.”

    Jin, Jingsi Jessica. 2016. “Identification Mechanism and Design Strategies for Stream Daylighting in Vancouver.”

    Kay, Jenna Jenna Leidy. 2012. “Collaborative Adaptive Management in Practice: Case Studies from Arizona and New Mexico.”

    Krisch, Amy Lynn. 2013. “Bioassessment of the San Joaquin River: Implications for Chinook Salmon Habitat Restoration.”

    Levine, Jessie. 2004. “Adaptive Management in River Restoration: Theory vs. Practice in Western North America. Restoration of Rivers and Streams.” Water Resources Collections and Archives, University of California Water Resources Center, UC Berkeley.[Online] URL: Http://Escholarship. Org/Uc/Item/161 Lw85p.

    Marks, Robert B. 2023. “Before Mulholland: Land, Water, and Power in the Mono Basin, 1872–1923.” Southern California Quarterly 105 (2): 105–41.

    McDermott, Wendy. 2016. “The Life Cycle of Dams: An Analysis of Policy Change on the Rogue River, Oregon.”

    Oliver, Stuart. 2023. “Inventing the Managed Realignment of the Coast: Trying ‘to Live with Nature Not Defeat Her.’” The Geographical Journal.

    Ross, Jenny E. 2020. “Formation of California’s Salton Sea in 1905–07 Was Not ‘Accidental.’” In , 103–16.

    Rucinski, Taryn L. 2011. “Archive Spotlight: Water Resources Collections and Archives.” SSRN Scholarly Paper. Rochester, NY. https://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1988321.

    Sanden, Blake. 2009. Large-Scale Utilization of Saline Groundwater for Irrigation of Pistachios Interplanted with Cotton: 2007-2008 Technical Completion Report for the UC Salinity/Drainage Taskforce, Water Resources Center, UC Riverside. University of California, Riverside, Water Resources Center.

    Steiger, Eric John. 2013. Engineering the Desert: American Expansion and Global Expertise in the Colorado Desert, 1847-1920. University of California, Irvine.

    Summit, April R. 2012. Contested Waters: An Environmental History of the Colorado River. University Press of Colorado.

    Woo, Hyoseop. 2014. “River Restoration.” Modern Water Resources Engineering, 237–77.

    Yelvington, Kevin A., Jason L. Simms, and Elizabeth Murray. 2012. “Wine Tourism in the Temecula Valley: Neoliberal Development Policies and Their Contradictions.” Anthropology in Action 19 (3): 49–65. https://doi.org/10.3167/aia.2012.190305.