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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

Book Chapters

 “Elizabeth Peters: The Last Camel Died at Noon as Lost World Adventure Pastiche.”

The Detective as Historian: History and Art in Historical Crime Fiction. Eds. Ray B. Browne

and Lawrence A. Kreiser, Jr. Bowling Green: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 2000. 293-305.

 

“Scholars of Everyday Culture:  Ray and Pat Browne.”  Pioneers of Popular Culture Studies. 

 Eds. Ray B. Browne and Michael T. Marsden.  Bowing Green:  Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1998.  33-66.

 

“Hollywood and the Business of Making Movies:  The Relationship Between Film Content and

Economic Factors.”  The Motion Picture Mega-Industry Ed.  Barry R. Litman. 

Needham Heights:  Allyn & Bacon, 1998.  222-242.

 

“Anne Rice’s Pastiche of the British ‘Thriller’:  Comparing The Mummy to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s ‘Lot No. 249.’ ”  The Anne Rice Reader. Ed. Katherine Ramsland.  New York:  Ballantine Books, 1997.  286-304.

 

“The Once and Future Study of Popular Fiction.”  An American Mosaic:  Rethinking American Culture Studies.  Ed.  Marshall Fishwick.  New York:  American Heritage Publishing, 1996.  67-79.

 

“The Pleasures of Evil:  Hedonism and the Contemporary Horror Film.” Beyond the Stars—Studies in American Popular Film, Vol. 5.  Eds.  Paul Loukides and Linda K. Fuller. 

Bowling Green:  Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1996.  389-414.

 

“Ambrose Bierce and the Transformation of the Gothic Tale in the Nineteenth-Century  American Periodical.” Periodical Literature in Nineteenth-Century America.  Eds Kenneth Price and

 Susan Belasco Smith. Charlottesville:  University Press of Virginia, 1996.  220-238.

 

“Exorcising the Devil Babies:  Images of Children and Adolescents in the Best-Selling Horror Novel.”  Images of the Child.  Ed.  Harry Eiss, Bowling Green:  Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1994.  35-58.

 

“Stephen King Interview.”  Stephen King’s America.  Ed.  Jon Davis.  Bowling Green:  Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1994.  152-185.

 

“British Literature:  Popular Modes.”  The Reader’s Advisor (14th ed.)  The Best in Reference Works, British Literature and American Literature.  Ed.  Diane Schadoff.  New York:  Macmillan, 1994. 573-622.

 

“Lethal Weapons:  The Gun as Icon in the Popular Urban Vigilante Film.” Beyond the Stars—

Studies in American Popular Film.  Vol. 3. Eds.  Paul Loukides and Linda K. Fuller.  Bowling Green:  Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1993.  81-102.

 

“From Here to Quiddity:  Clive Barker’s Great and Secret Show.” Clive Barker’s Shadows in Eden.  Ed.  Stephen Jones.  Lancaster:  Underwood-Miller, 1991.  227-262.

 

“The Secret Self in Clive Barker’s Imaginative Fiction.”  Pandemonium.  Ed. Michael Brown. 

Staten Island:  Eclipse, 1991.  91-96.

 

“Lively Spirits and Other Things that Go ‘Bump’ in the Movies:  The Supernatural Sit-Com and Plot Conventions of the Ghost Comedy.”  Beyond the Stars--Studies in American Popular Film.  Vol. 2. Eds.  Paul Loukides and Linda K. Fuller.  Bowling Green: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1991.  61-76.

 

“Murder and Other Hazardous Occupations:  Taboo and Detective Fiction. Forbidden Fruits:  Taboos and Tabooism in Culture.  Ed.  Ray B. Browne.  Bowling Green:  Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1984.  83-96.

 

“Yellow Devil Doctors and Opium Dens:  A Survey of the Yellow Peril Stereotype in Mass

Media Entertainment.”  The Popular Culture Reader--Third Edition Eds.  Christopher D. Geist and Jack Nachbar.  Bowling Green: Bowling Green University Popular Press,  1983.  171-185.

 

“Pulp Vigilante Heroes:  The Moral Majority and the Apocalypse.”  The Hero in Transition. 

Eds.  Ray B. Browne and Marshall W. Fishwick.  Bowling Green:  Bowling Green University

Popular Press, 1983. 141-150.