Date: 2016-09-07 03:58 pm (UTC)
telophase: (Librarian - trust me)
From: [personal profile] telophase
Academic librarian here! I cast a net through the Proquest Theses and Dissertations database, and found some more-or-less recently-published dissertations, chapters, and books that dealt with fanfiction. There don't seem to be a lot of books dealing only with fanfiction, but there's a lot of papers being published as chapters in larger new media studies volumes, and some pedagogical and literacy-related books as well. Hopefully there's some stuff you haven't come across before here.

Theses and dissertations:

Veni, vidi, vids: Transforming cultural narratives through the art of audiovisual storytelling
Brownfield, Kristi. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2015.

From textual poachers to textual gifters : Exploring fan community and celebrity in the field of fan cultural production
Chin, Bertha Catherine L.P.. Cardiff University (United Kingdom), ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2010.

Performing Jane: A Cultural History of Jane Austen's Fans in America
Glosson, Sarah G.. The College of William and Mary, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2015. 10001843.

The role of feedback in two fanfiction writing groups
Littleton, Chad Eric. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2011. 3460537.

Romance networks: Aspiration & desire in today's digital culture
Morrissey, Katherine E.. The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2016. 10124698.

Exploring Literacy Sponsorship in the Digital Extracurriculum: How Students' Participation in Fan Fiction Sites can Inform Composition Pedagogy
Shultz, Staci Lynn. University of Michigan, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2011. 3476792.

Analyzing discourse in fan fiction communities for evidence of writing instruction
Wren, Hue-An. Pepperdine University, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2014. 3635768.


Chapters on fanfiction in larger works:

Grazzi, Enrico. "Linking ELF and ELT in Secondary School through Web-Mediation: The Case of Fanfiction". International Perspectives on English Language Teaching : International Perspectives on English as a Lingua Franca : Pedagogical Insights by Bowles, Hugo, Cogo, Alessia. Palgrave Macmillan, August 2015
[Using fanfiction as a pedagogical tool.]

Gruszewska-Blaim, Ludmila. "Fan Fiction and Dystopian Classics: Utopianising Disruptions." Mediated Fictions : (Im)perfection Subverted, Reloaded and Networked : Utopian Discourse across Media. Klonowska, Barbara, Kolbuszewska, Zofia, Maziarczyk, Grzegorz. Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften. April 2015.

Emily Hamilton-Honey and Amy Patrick, “'Everything is Klaine and nothing hurts': Klaine Fandom and Explorations of Teen Sexuality by Female Fanfiction Writers". Queer in the Choir Room : Essays on Gender and Sexuality in Glee. (ed.) Parke, Michelle. McFarland. October 2014.

Horáková, Erin. "Britpicking as Cultural Policing in Fanfiction." Routledge Advances in Theatre & Performance Studies : Play, Performance, and Identity : How Institutions Structure Ludic Spaces. Omasta, Matt, Chappell, Drew. Routledge. February 2015.

Lennard, John. "A Note on ‘Protector of the Small’ Fanfiction." Sightlines : Reading Tamora Pierce, The Protector of the Small. Humanities-Ebooks, LLP. September 2013.

Potter, Amanda, "Slashing _Rome_: Season Two Rewritten in Online Fanfiction," Screening Antiquity : Rome Season Two : Trial and Triumph. Cyrino, Monica S, (ed). Edinburgh University Press, June 2015

Thomas, Bronwen. "'Update Soon!' Harry Potter Fanfiction and Narrative as a Participatory Process." Frontiers of narrative: new narratives: stories and storytelling in the digital age. Page, Ruth, Thomas, Brownwen. University of Nebraska Press, December 2011.


Books on fandom and fanfiction:

Larsen, Katherine; Zubernis, Lynn. Fandom At The Crossroads : Celebration, Shame and Fan/Producer Relationships. Cambridge Scholars Publishing; Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UNITED KINGDOM (February 2012).



Books in which fanfiction is discussed to some extent:

Billone, Amy. Children's Literature and Culture : The Future of the Nineteenth-Century Dream-Child : Fantasy, Dystopia, Cyberculture. Taylor and Francis. June 2016.

Lankshear, Colin, Knobel, Michele. New Literacies : Everyday Practices and Social Learning. Open University Press, July 2011.

Sunderland, Jane, Dempster, Steven, Thistlethwaite, Joanne. Routledge Research in Literacy : Children’s Literacy Practices and Preferences : Harry Potter and Beyond. Taylor and Francis, March 2016.
[Has a chapter specifically on "Fan Practices," with a focus on fanfiction.]


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