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The space of Japanese science fiction: Illustration, subculture, and the body in "SF Magazine"
by Page-Lippsmeyer, Kathryn, Ph.D.  University of Southern California. 2016: 225 pages; 10160154.
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Searching for Wonder Women: Examining Women's Non-Violent Power in Feminist Science Fiction
by DeRose, Maria D., Ph.D.  Bowling Green State University. 2006: 151 pages; 10817760.
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Speculative fiction and media fandom through a lens, darkly
by Carrington, Andre, Ph.D.  New York University. 2009: 343 pages; 3380296.
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Octavia Butler's Uncanny Women: Structure and Characters in The Patternist Series
by Whiteside, Briana, M.A.  Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 2014: 51 pages; 1560047.
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Metamorphic literatures: Voicing a new movement
by Bidell, Heather Naori, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2012: 159 pages; 3516369.
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Women in Online Science Fiction Fandoms: Perceived Impact on Psychological Well-Being
by Anderson, Chrisha, Ph.D.  Capella University. 2019: 133 pages; 13857793.
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Creator/Destroyer: The Function of the Heroine in Post-Apocalyptic Feminist Speculative Fiction
by Patrick, Mary Margaret Hughes, Ph.D.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2017: 205 pages; 10274963.
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England's Dreaming: The Rise and Fall of Science Fiction, 1871-1874
by Erhart, Erin Michelle, Ph.D.  Brandeis University. 2016: 224 pages; 10103436.
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The princess, the damsel, and the sidekick: Women as the "other" in popular films (2000–2011)
by Bogarosh, Nichole A., Ph.D.  Washington State University. 2013: 173 pages; 3598040.
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Human menageries: Freak show legacies in contemporary American literature and popular culture
by Iovannone, Jeffry James, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2013: 325 pages; 3554460.
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The android and our cyborg selves: What androids will teach us about being (post)human
by Bodley, Antonie Marie, Ph.D.  Washington State University. 2015: 225 pages; 3715164.
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Race in the Galactic Age: Sankofa, Afrofuturism, Whiteness and Whitley Strieber
by Johnson, Clifton Zeno, M.A.  State University of New York at Albany. 2019: 63 pages; 13806083.
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The sense and sensibility of the 19th century fantastic
by Hanes, Stacie L., Ph.D.  Kent State University. 2013: 189 pages; 3618887.
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Doom Patterns: The Aesthetics of Violence in Contemporary Latinx Literature
by Gil'Adí, Maia, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2018: 341 pages; 10823458.
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Fake geek girl: The gender conflict in nerd culture
by Robinson, Sonnet, M.S.  University of Oregon. 2014: 84 pages; 1566724.
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Hegemonic "realness"? An intersectional feminist analysis of "RuPaul's Drag Race"
by Jenkins, Sarah Tucker, M.A.  Florida Atlantic University. 2013: 143 pages; 1523457.
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An examination of the relationship between gender, race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and SAT performance
by St. Rose, Andresse, Ed.D.  The George Washington University. 2008: 118 pages; 3325308.
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Snow White in Space: Science Fiction Reimagines Traditional Fairy Tales
by Mejia, Lillian Lynette, M.A.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2015: 119 pages; 1593257.
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