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Gary Hoppenstand. Michigan State University.

Department of Writing, Rhetoric and American Culture.

253 Bessey Hall. East Lansing, MI 48824.

Email: hoppens2@msu.edu

Referred Journal Articles

 “Hollywood Cowboys and Confederates in Mexico: Andrew V. McLaglen’s The Undefeated (1969).” Popular Culture Review 14:1 (2003): 121-128.

“Soldering for Fortune: Robert E. Howard’s Kirby O’Donnell and ‘The Treasure of Tartary.’” The Dark Man:  The Journal of Robert E. Howard Studies 5 (Winter 2001): 36-42.

“Horror as Humor:  Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s ‘When the World Screamed.” Thalia:  Studies in Literary Humor 19. 1 & 2 (Winter 2000): 52-62.

 “Dinosaur Doctors and Jurassic Geniuses:  The Changing Image of the Scientist in the Lost World Adventure.”  Studies in Popular Culture 22.1 (October 1999):  1-14.

“Popular Fiction as Propaganda:  Cold War Ideology in Ian Fleming’s From  Russia, with Love.”  Studies in the Social Sciences.  Vol. 36 (May 1999):  14-23.

 “British Noir:  The Crime Fiction of W. W. Jacobs.”  Journal of Popular Culture 32:1 (1998):  151-163.  

 “In the Grip of ‘The Monkey’s Paw’:  W. W. Jacobs and the Tale of Terror: Popular Culture Review 9:1 (1998):  3-15.

Hoppenstand, Gary, Floyd Barrows, and Erik Lunde.  “Bring the War Home:  William Wyler and World War II.”  Film & History 27:  1-4 (1997):  108-118.

 “Robots of the Past:  Fitz-James O’Brien’s ‘The Wondersmith.’”   Journal of Popular Culture  27:4 (1993):  13-30.

“Justified Bloodshed:  Robert Montgomery Bird’s Nick of the Woods and the Origins of the Vigilante Hero in American Literature and Culture.”  Journal of American Culture 15:2 (1992):  51-62.

 “Crime and the Magician Detective as Symbols in Patrick A. Kelley’s Sleightly Murder.”  Clues:  A Journal of Detection 12:1 (1991):  57-72.

Periodical Publications

"What We Can Learn from Popular Fiction.” Bottom Line Personal: Home of America’s Top Experts in Everything. 25:16 (2004) 11-12.

 “MSU is the Global Leader in the Study of Popular Culture.” MSU Alumni Magazine 21:2 (2004): 18-21.

Hoppenstand, Gary, and Erik Lunde.  “Spartans in Hollywood.”  MSU Alumni Magazine 16:3 (1999):  16-22.

 “Murder and Other Acts of High Society:  Thorne Smith’s Did She Fail?” The Armchair Detective 26:4 (1993):  62-67.