About alphabetical order: We are following the common practice of disregarding such words as “a,” “an,” “the” and their non-English equivalents when setting alphabetical order in these lists. For example, the book A Place to Stand would be alphabetically ordered under “P” rather than “A,” and the magazine De Nationale Hitparade under “N” rather than “D.”
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- ALTRE MODERNITA (Italy) ACADEMIC-1
2011 “My City Of Ruins: Bruce Springsteen E L’utopia Fra Le Rovine,” by Enrico Botta.
- AMERICAN CULTURAL ASSOCIATION ACADEMIC-1
4/3/85 “New York City: Musically Speaking,” a conference paper presented by Nola Kortner Aiex.
- THE AMERICAN DREAM – PROMISE AND REALITY ACADEMIC-1
2000 Teaching guide published in Germany includes Born in the U.S.A. lyrics. Page 68.
- AMERICAN MUSIC ACADEMIC-1
Vol.25/#4 “The Soul Roots of Bruce Springsteen’s American Dream,” by Joel Dinerstein.
- AMERICAN MUSIC RESEARCH CENTER JOURNAL ACADEMIC-1
Vol. 10 “Western Themes in Contemporary Rock Music, 1970-2000: A Lyric Analysis,” by David Wrobel.
- THEAMERICANMUSLIM.ORG ACADEMIC-1
6/25/06 “Radical Traditionalism: The Passion of the Artistic in a Time of Crisis.”
- AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION ACADEMIC-1
9/2/04 “Tom Joad and the Evolution of American Political Culture: Revision and Revitalization of Steinbeck’s Story in the Art of John Ford, Woody Guthrie, and Bruce Springsteen,” by Cyrus Ernesto Zirakzadeh.
- AMERICAN QUARTERLY ACADEMIC-1
Vol.58/#2 “Dead Man’s Town: Born in the U.S.A. Social History, and Working-Class Identity,” by Jefferson Cowie and Lauren Boehm.
- AMERICAN STUDIES ACADEMIC-1
Spr/88 Alan Rauch: “Bruce Springsteen and the Dramatic Monologue.” (Article only.)
Fall/94 Elizabeth Bird: “Image, Authenticity, and the Career of Bruce Springsteen.” (Article only).
- AMERICAN STUDIES IN A CHANGING WORLD ACADEMIC-1
11/6/08 “Meeting the Other: Bruce Springsteen’s Community Ideal After September 11,” a conference paper presented by Antonella D’Amore.
- ARCHAI: THE JOURNAL OF ARCHETYPAL COSMOLOGY ACADEMIC-1
Smr/09 “A Last Chance Power Drive, An Archetypal Analysis of Bruce Springsteen’s Song Lyrics,” by Keiron Le Grice.
Fall/10 “‘Land of Hope and Dreams’, An archetypal Analysis of Bruce Springsteen’s Song Lyrics (part 2),” by Keiron Le Grice.
- BLOOM’S LITERARY CRITICISM ACADEMIC-2
2010 “On Romeo and Juliet, Media ‘Repackaging’, West Side Story, and Bruce Springsteen,” by Stephen M. Buhler.
- BLUE-COLLAR POP CULTURE; FROM NASCAR TO JERSEY SHORE ACADEMIC-2
2012 Chapter 15: “Boss and the workers; Bruce Springsteen,” by Ryan Poll.
- BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN’S AMERICA ACADEMIC-2
Spr/10 Course material, taught at the University of Virginia by Stephen Arata and Victor Luftig.
“‘American Skin (41 Shots)’: The Springsteen song and its affect on race relations in the United States,” by Amy Curtis.
“Bruce Springsteen, “41 Shots” & the NYPD; How “American Skin” affected public opinion of the NYPD,” by Jamie Miller.
“Bruce Springsteen and Pop Culture,” by Eric Wice.
“Bruce Springsteen’s “Jungleland”: Its Impact on Youth Gang Culture,” by Lindsay Kijewski.
“Effects of “My City of Ruins,” by Lauren Hargarten.
“Instigating Change,” by Pat Piccoco.
“The Politics, or Lack Thereof, of Bruce Springsteen’s The Rising,” by Sydney Collie.
“Springsteen’s Influence on Immigration,” by Abigail O’Reilly.
- CALIFORNIA HISTORY ACADEMIC-3
Wtr/00-01 “Come Back, Tom Joad. Thoughts on a California Dreamer,” by Bryant Simon and William Deverell.
- CANADIAN REVIEW OF AMERICAN STUDIES ACADEMIC-3
2011 “Tear into the Guts: Whitman, Steinbeck, Springsteen, and the Durability of Lost Souls on the Road,” by Brent Bellamy.
2013 “‘Living In Your American Skin’: Bruce Springsteen And The Possibility Of Politics,” by Roxanne Harde.
- COLLECTION BUILDING ACADEMIC-3
Vol. 27/ #1 “Scholarly monographs on rock music: a bibliographic essay,” by Monica Berger.
- COLLEGE ENGLISH ACADEMIC-3
Vol. 52/#6 “Cultural Criticism: Past and Present,” by Mary Poovey.
- COMMUNICATION STUDIES ACADEMIC-3
Vol. 47/#1-2 “Rhetorical Strategies of Continuity and Change in the Music of Popular Artists Over Time,” by Deanna D. Sellnow.
- CONSUMPTION, MARKETS AND CULTURE ACADEMIC-3
Vol. 7/ #1 “Utopia in Popular Management Writing and the Music of Bruce Springsteen: Do You Believe in the Promised Land?,” by Carl Rhodes.
- CRITICAL REPRESENTATIONS OF WORK AND ORGANIZATION IN POPULAR CULTURE ACADEMIC-3
2008 “Bruce Springsteen, management gurus and the trouble of the promised land,” by Carl Rhodes and Robert Westwood.
- CRITICAL STUDIES IN MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS ACADEMIC-3
12/01 “The ‘Illusion of Life’ Rhetorical Perspective: An Integrated Approach to the Study of Music as Communications,” by Deanna Sellnow and Timothy Sellnow.
- CRITICAL STUDIES ON TERRORISM ACADEMIC-3
Vol. 4 #2 ”Under an empty sky? Bruce Springsteen, just war and the war on terror,” by Cian O’Driscoll.
- CULTURAL CRITIQUE ACADEMIC-3
Fall/88 “Rockin’ with Reagan, or the Mainstreaming of Postmodernity,” by Lawrence Grossberg.
- CULTURAL GEOGRAPHICS ACADEMIC-3
7/11 “Still searching for the Promised Land: placing women in Bruce Springsteen’s lyrical landscape,” by Pamela Moss.
- CULTURAL TEXTS ACADEMIC-3
1985 “Serious Rock: Bruce Springsteen/Rush/Pink Floyd,” by Deena Weinstein.
- THE CULTURE OF IMMODESTY IN AMERICAN LIFE AND POLITICS
2013 ”Hope In The Midst Of Ruin: The Essential Modesty Of Bruce Springsteen’s Urban Gothic,” by Gregory S. Butler. ACADEMIC-3
- CURRICULUM AND TEACHING ACADEMIC-3
Vol. 3/#1-2 “Pedagogy in the Age of Reagan: Politics, Postmodernity and the Popular,” by Lawrence Grossberg.
- DISSENT ACADEMIC-3
Fall/85 “Bruce Springsteen and Narrative Rock, The Art of Extended Urgency,” by Ann Douglas.
- ENCOUNTER ACADEMIC-3
Autumn/83 “The Fleshpots of Jersey: Bruce Springsteen and the Imagery of Bondage,” by Jerry H. Gill.
Smr/84 “Turnpike Blues – And More! Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska,” by Jerry H. Gill. Page 239.
- FILM, POPULAR CULTURE, AND THE “WAR ON TERROR” ACADEMIC-3
2010 “9/11, Manhood, Mourning, and the American Romance,” by John Mead.
- FLANNERY O’CONNOR REVIEW ACADEMIC-3
Vol. 6/08 “The Ghost of Flannery O’Connor in the Songs of Bruce Springsteen,” by Irwin Streight.
- FREE ASSOCIATIONS (United Kingdom) ACADEMIC-3
#9/87 “Bruce Springsteen and the crisis of masculinity,” Page 91.
- GEOGRAFISKA ANNALER (Sweden) ACADEMIC-3
Vol 74/92 “Where Is The ‘Promised Land’? Class, gender in Bruce Springsteen’s lyrics,” by Pamela Moss.
- GLORY DAYS
Sept. 9-11, 2005 Papers from a Bruce Springsteen Symposium at Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ. Presented by Penn State University.
“The Accidental Theologian: Liberation Theory in the Music of Bruce Springsteen,” by Bobbi Zahra. ACADEMIC-4
“American Skin: Bruce Springsteen and the New Language of Moral Politics,” by Daniel Loughran. ACADEMIC-4
“Born to Lead or Learned to Lead … The Leadership of Bruce Springsteen,” by Steven Ronik. ACADEMIC-4
“The Boss and The Bible,” by Jennifer Walter. ACADEMIC-4
“Darkness on the Edge of Town and Bruce Springsteen’s Representations of Working-Class Distress,” by Alex Pitofsky. ACADEMIC-4
“Deliver Me from Nowhere; Spiritual Longing in the Music of Bruce Springsteen,” by June Skinner Sawyers. ACADEMIC-4
“The Dime Store Version: Springsteen, Mythology and Politics,” by Michael Kobre. ACADEMIC-4
“‘Empty Sky’ … The Rising: A Response to Catastrophe through Dance,” by Bob Boross. ACADEMIC-4
“Growing Up In Springsteen Country: Reflections on His Vision of New Jersey Culture,” by Robert Trumpbour. ACADEMIC-4
“Healing a nation: Deconstructing Bruce Springsteen’s The Rising,” by Brad Yates. ACADEMIC-4
“How a Chicana Became a Jersey Girl,” by Susan Martinez. ACADEMIC-4
“How Bruce Springsteen Made it Cool to be from New Jersey,” by Patricia M. Ard. ACADEMIC-4
“An Intersubjective View of the Themes of Alienation & Redemption in the Songs of Bruce Springsteen,” by John Corbisiero. ACADEMIC-4
“The Law According to Springsteen: The Influence of Springsteen’s Wisdom and Lyrics On the Judiciary and Legal Scholarship,” by Clay Calvert, Robert D. Richards, and Robert P. Martin. ACADEMIC-4
“Mary, Queen of Arkansas; Mary, Queen of Heaven,” by Spencer L. Allen. ACADEMIC-4
“Narrative Theory, Narrative Theology And The Work of Bruce Springsteen,” by Paul D. Fisher. ACADEMIC-4
“Not on a Casual Visit: Tributes and Testimony During The Rising Tour Of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band,” by Erin Kalbarczyk, Ellen Baskin, Jillian Epstein and Melissa McNeely. ACADEMIC-4
“The Pro-Social Behavior of Springsteen Fans: A Case Study of the BTX Online Community,” by Mary J. Culnan. ACADEMIC-4
“The Rising and Crisis Response,” by Dennis Graham. ACADEMIC-4
“Solitude Standing: Bruce Springsteen and the Individual,” by Lisa Iannucci. ACADEMIC-5
“”Spirit in the Night: to “Meet Me at Mary’s Place”: Loss, Death, and the Transformative Power of Relationships,” by Lorraine Mangione and Susan Keady. ACADEMIC-5
“Spirituality of Springsteen: An exploration of Religious Imagery in The Rising,” by Jeffrey B. Symynkywicz. ACADEMIC-5
“This Gun’s Not For Hire: Bruce Springsteen and Corporate Leadership,” by Nancy S. Bishop. ACADEMIC-5
“Three Chords Against Oppression? A Critical Inquiry into the Didactics of Springsteen,” by Bengt O. Tedeborg. ACADEMIC-5
“Tramps Like Me,” by Sam Silvas. ACADEMIC-5
“You ain’t a beauty but hey you’re all right … Feminist reflections on Bruce Springsteen’s music,” by Denise D. Green. ACADEMIC-5
“The Way to Nebraska: The Elaboration Process of a Masterpiece,” by Francesc Guerrero Borrull. ACADEMIC-5
- GLORY DAYS
Sept. 25-27, 2009 Papers from the second Bruce Springsteen Symposium at Monmouth University, West Long Branch, N.J. ACADEMIC-5
“Aussie Tramps: The Significance and Meaning of Springsteen’s Music to Australian Fans,” by James E. Coughlan.
“Bruce Springsteen Live: Transcendental Celebration – a Vehicle for Mystical Transcendence,” by David Garret Izzo.
“Endlessly Seeking: Bruce Springsteen and Walker Percy’s Quest for Possibility among the Ordinary,” by June Skinner Sawyers.
“Greetings from Freehold: How Bruce Springsteen’s Hometown Shaped His Life and Work,” by David Wilson.
“Landlordess Redux – 1974-2009; Glory Days of a Jersey Girl: Musings and Memories of New Jersey’s Most Famous Tenant and The House Where He Wrote Born To Run,” by Marilyn Rocky. ACADEMICS-5
“The Long Walk Home: Parallels between Springsteen’s Magic and Homer’s Odyssey,” by Richard Grosse.
- GROUP & ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT ACADEMIC-6
Vol. 32/#1 “Outside the Gates of Eden: Utopia and Work in Rock Music,” by Carl Rhodes.
- HISTORY WORKSHOP JOURNAL ACADEMIC-6
Fall/02 “Deindustrializing Youngstown: Memories of Resistance and Loss following ‘Black Monday,’” by Steven High.
- IMAGE ACADEMIC-6
Smr/10 “Bruce Springsteen and the Long Walk Home,” by Andy Whitman. Page 97.
- IMMIGRATION AND AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE ACADEMIC-6
2007 “Broadway, 1957. Coda: Wild or Innocent?,” by Rachel Rubin.
- INTERDISCIPLINARY LITERARY STUDIES ACADEMIC-6
Fall/07, Papers from Glory Days: A Bruce Springsteen Celebration.
“All We Gotta Do Is Hold Up Our End: Bruce Springsteen and Strain Theory,” by Craig Hemmens and Mary K. Stohr.
“Beyond the Palace: Casing the Promised Land,” by Walter Everett.
“Blood Not Oil: Narrating Social Trauma in Springsteen’s Song-Stories,” by Stevan Weine.
“Bruce Springsteen’s World Citizenship,” by Antonella D’Amore.
“Crime, Lawbreaking, and Counterhegemonic Humanism in the Songs of Bruce Springsteen,” by David Ray Pike.
“First-Person Stories from a “Land of Hope and Dreams”: Bruce Springsteen as a Narrative Poet,” by Ernest R. Sandonato.
“From “My Hometown” to “This Hard Land”: Bruce Springsteen’s Use of Geography, Landscapes, and Places to Depict the American Experience,” by Marya Morris.
“The Geography of Bruce Springsteen: Poetics and American Dreamscapes,” by Robert P. McParland.
“The Geography of Born to Run,” by Louis P. Masur.
“Intercultural Dialogue in Springsteen’s Poetry,” by Federico Lenzerini.
“Rebuilding the ‘Wall of Sound’: Bruce Springsteen and Early 1960s American Popular Music,” by Charles L. Hughes.
“Songs of the Common Man,” by Susan H. Woge.
“Standing at Dysfunction Junction: Bruce Springsteen as ACOA,” by Joseph V. Hamburger.
“When They Said Sit Down, I Stood Up: Springsteen’s Social Conscience, Activism, and Fan Response,” by Susan Hamburger.
- INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY ACADEMIC-6
Vol 4/2012 “Passion, Containment, and Commitment – Essential Elements of Groups Across the Lifespan in Bruce Springsteen’s Work,” by Lorraine Mangione.
- INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE AND APPLIED CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACADEMIC-6
Spr/99 “There’s a Darkness on the Edge of Town: Merton’s Five Modes of Adaptation in the Lyrics of Bruce Springsteen,” by Craig Hemmens.
- INTERSECTIONS (Canada) ACADEMIC-6
Vol. 30, #2 ”Bruce Springsteen, Sociologie d’un Rocker,” by Laure Ferrand.
- THE IOWA REVIEW ACADEMIC-6
1/96 “Hope Edelman: Bruce Springsteen and the Story of Us.” Essay only
- ITALIAN AMERICANA ACADEMIC-6
Wtr/10 “Bruce Zirilli: The Italian Sides of Bruce Springsteen,” by Samuele F.S. Pardini.
- JOHN EDWARDS MEMORIAL FOUNDATION QUARTERLY ACADEMIC-6
Vol. XIX/#70 “There’s A Meanness in This World: Nebraska and Folk Music,” Page 130.
- JOURNAL OF AESTHETICS AND ART CRITICISM ACADEMIC-6
Vol.67/#2 “Reflections on “John Henry”: Ethical Issues in Singing Performance,” by Jeanette Bicknell.
- JOURNAL OF AMERICAN & COMPARATIVE CULTURES ACADEMIC-6
Vol.25/#3/4 “Walker Percy, Bruce Springsteen, and the Quest for Healing Words in the Fiction of Richard Ford,” by Huey Guagliardo.
- JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE ACADEMIC-6
Spr/97 “The Ghost and Mr. Springsteen,” by Paul D. Fischer.
- THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN FORENSIC ASSOCIATION ACADEMIC-7
Vol. 48 “Populist Argumentation in Bruce Springsteen’s The Rising,” by Lisa Foster.
- THE JOURNAL OF EARLY ADOLESCENCE ACADEMIC-6
Vol. 7/#3 “What is Rock Music Doing to the Minds of our Youth?” by Patricia M. Greenfield, Lisa Bruzzone, Kristi Koyamatsu, Wendy Satuloff, Karen Nixon, Mollyann Brodie and David Kingsdale.
- JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC EDUCATION ACADEMIC-6
Smr/00 “From Rhythm and Blues to Broadway: Using Music to Teach Economics,” by Frank D. Tinari and Kailash Khandke.
- JOURNAL OF LABOR ECONOMICS ACADEMIC-6
4/04 “The Economics of Real Superstars: The Market for Rock Concerts in the Material World,” by Alan B. Krueger.
- JOURNAL OF MUSIC THEORY PEDAGOGY ACADEMIC-6
Spr/90 “One Step Up: A Lesson from Pop Music,” by Justin London.
- JOURNAL OF POPULAR CULTURE ACADEMIC-6
Smr/93 “Literacy and a Popular Medium: The Lyrics of Bruce Springsteen,” Page 29.
Wtr/94 “Populist Rock in Postmodern Society: John Cougar Mellencamp in Perspective,” by Mel van Elteren.
Wtr/03 “Bombs From Coke Cans: Appropriating Mass Culture in Bobbie Ann Mason’s In Country,” by Stephen N. doCarmo.
2/09 “American Tune: Postwar Campaign Songs in a Changing Nation,” by Jodi Larson.
- JOURNAL OF POPULAR MUSIC STUDIES ACADEMIC-6
Vol. 19/#1 “‘Workin’ Hard, Hardly Workin’/Hey Man, You Know Me’: Tom Waits, Sound, and the Theatrics of Masculinity,” by Gabriel Solis.
Vol. 20/#2 “There’s a Reckoning on the Edge of Town: Bruce Springsteen’s Darkness on The River,” by Larry David Smith and Jon Rutter.
Vol. 22/#1 “Healing a Nation: An Analysis of Bruce Springsteen’s The Rising,” by Bradford L. Yates.
- JOURNAL OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES ACADEMIC-7
Vol. 16/#1-2 “The Theology of Bruce Springsteen,” by George Y. Yamin, Jr.
- JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION OF NURSES IN AIDS CARE ACADEMIC-7
Vol. 19/#3 “The Importance of Art,” by Lucy Bradley-Springer.
- JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE & INTERNATIONAL STUDIES ACADEMIC-7
Vol. 9/00 “A Community Under Siege: Bruce Springsteen and Social Justice,” by Craig Hemmens.
- JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR AMERICAN MUSIC ACADEMIC-7
Vol. 3/#2 “The Borderlands Poetics of Bruce Springsteen,” by Adam Lifshey.
- JUSTICE PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC-7
Vol. 10/#2 “Lethal Violence: A Comparative Analysis of the Natural Accoutrements of Culture,” by Druann Maria Heckert.
- LIBRARY OF HOPE AND DREAMS ACADEMIC-7
9/09 Denise Green’s bibliography of scholarship published about Bruce Springsteen.
2/10 Denise Green’s bibliography, updated.
- MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL LEGAL STUDIES RESEARCH PAPER SERIES ACADEMIC-7
3/06 “Crime, Lawbreaking, and Counterhegemonic Humanism” in Springsteen songs.
- WWW.MARTYWEIL.NET ACADEMIC-7
2007 “The Summer of Springsteen’s Political Baptism.”
- MEDIA, CULTURE & SOCIETY ACADEMIC-7
3/04 “The effects of piracy upon the music industry: a case study of bootlegging,” by Lee Marshall.
- MICHIGAN QUARTERLY REVIEW ACADEMIC-7
Fall/93 “Rock Incorporated: Plugging into Axl and Bruce.” Page 535.
- THE MIDWEST QUARTERLY ACADEMIC-7
Spring/00 “Whitman, Springsteen, and the American Working Class,” by Gene Smith.
- MISSIO APOSTOLICA ACADEMIC-7
7/1/99 “Missiological Bridge-Building Based Upon An Emic And Etic Understanding Of Culture As Derived From Music,” by Anthony J. Steinbronn.
- MUSIKALSKE STUDIER FRA INSTITUT FOR MUSIK OG MUSIKTERAPI (Norway) ACADEMIC-7
2.1 (1993) “Strukturrelationer Mellan Musik Och Bilder I Musikvideo,” by Alf Björnberg.
- MYTHS AND SYMBOLS OF THE NATION, VOL. 1 ACADEMIC-7
2006 “Woody Guthrie’s ‘Tom Joad.’” Page 163.
- NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH ACADEMIC-7
4/05 “Rockonomics: The Economics Of Popular Music,” by Marie Connolly and Alan B. Krueger.
- NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION ACADEMIC-7
Conference papers from Nov. 5, 2007
“Populist Editorials from the Front: Bruce Springsteen’s Devils & Dust,” by Larry David Smith and Jon Rutter.
“Propagating Political Worldviews Through Narrative: Bruce Springsteen’s Darkness on the Edge of Town, The River, and the Emergence of Rock Populism,” by Larry David Smith and Jon Rutter.
Conference papers 2008
“Problematic Populism in Public Address: Bruce Springsteen’s The Rising And The Power Of National Unification in Post 9/11 America,” by Lisa Foster.
“Thinking Unconventionally About Song Lyrics: Re-Configuring The Words of Bruce Springsteen,” by Jon Rutter.
- NEBULA: A JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCHOLARSHIP ACADEMIC-7
9/05 “‘Come on and Rise Up’: Springsteen’s Experiential Art after 9/11,” by David Carithers.
- NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY ACADEMIC-7
4/97 “Popular Music and Expressions of National Identity,” by Colin McLeay.
- 9/11 CULTURE: AMERICA UNDER CONSTRUCTION ACADEMIC-7
2009 “Rising,” by Jeffrey Paul Melmick.
- PHILOSOPHY IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD ACADEMIC-8
Vol. 3/#3 “Born to Affirm the Eternal Recurrence: Nietzsche, Buber, and Springsteen,” by Jonathan R. Cohen.
- POPULAR MUSIC ACADEMIC-8
Vol. 4/84 “Another Boring Day in Paradise: Rock and Roll and the Empowerment of Everyday Life,” by Lawrence Grossberg.
Vol. 7/#1 “Three tributaries of The River,” by David Griffiths.
Vol.13/#1 “Structural relationships of music and images in music video,” by Alf Bjornberg.
Vol. 22/#1 “For and against the record industry: an introduction to bootleg collectors and tape traders,” by Lee Marshall.
Vol. 25/#2 “The Role of the Music Editor and the ‘Temp Track’ as Blueprint for the Score, Source Music, and Scource Music of Films,” by Ronald H. Sadoff
- THE POETRY OF AMERICAN SONG LYRICS ACADEMIC-8
2012 ”Facing the Music: The Poetics of Bruce Springsteen,” by Robert P. McParland.
- POPULAR MUSIC AND HUMAN RIGHTS ACADEMIC-8
2011 ”‘The Country We Carry in Our Hearts is Waiting’: Bruce Springsteen, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and the Search for Human Rights in America,” by David Thurmaier.
- POPULAR MUSIC AND SOCIETY ACADEMIC-8
Vol. 9/#1 “The Price You Pay: The Life and Lyrics of Bruce Springsteen,” by Julie Lyons and George H. Lewis.
Vol. 11/#1 “Political Implications of the Springsteen Phenomenon,” Page 51.
Vol. 14/#3 “The Human Relationship from Idealism to Realism: An Analysis of the Music of Bruce Springsteen,” by Deanna D. Sellnow and Timothy L. Sellnow.
Vol. 16/#2 “Bruce Springsteen’s Ambiguous Musical Politics in the Reagan Era,” Page 1.
Wtr/92 “Bruce Springsteen, Ronald Reagan and the American Dream,” by Susan Mackey-Kallas and Ian McDermott.
Vol. 20/#2 “The Ghost of History: Springsteen, Guthrie and the Hurt Song,” Page 69.
Vol. 28/#2 “Re-flections on the Cover Age: A Collage of Continuous Coverage in Popular Music,” by George Plasketes
Vol 32/#1 “‘We Are Interrupted by Your Noise’: Heckling and the Symbolic Economy of Popular Music Stardom,” by Mark Duffett. Requiems for a City: Popular Music’s Response to 9/11, by Christine Lee Gengaro.
Vol.34/#2 “Bruce Springsteen, Rock Criticism, and the Music Business: Towards a Theory and History of Hype,” by Devon Powers.
- PSYCHOLOGY OF AESTHETICS, CREATIVITY, AND THE ARTS ACADEMIC-8
11/07 “Bruce Springsteen: Spirit In The Night,” by Lorraine Mangione and Susan Keady.
- RACE, GENDER & CLASS ACADEMIC-8
Vol.9/#3 “Springsteen, Diallo, and the NYC Police: An Intersection of Race, Gender, and Class,” by Renny Christopher.
- RACE, RACISM AND THE LAW ACADEMIC-8
7/27/98 “Are Black Entertainers More Likely To Receive Unfair Contract Agreements Than Their White Counterparts?,” by Patrice L. Johnson.
- REVISTA DE MUSICOLOGIA ACADEMIC-8
Vol 16/#1 “Representation of the People: Voices of Authority in Pop Music,” by Simon Frith.
- REVITALIZING THE LAWYER-POET ACADEMIC-8
2006 “What Lawyers Can Learn From Rock and Roll,” by Brian Danitz, Romelia Leach, and Russell G. Pearce. DVD. Fordham University.
- RHETORICAL DIMENSIONS IN MEDIA: A CRITICAL CASEBOOK ACADEMIC-8
1991 “Bruce Springsteen’s Rhetoric of Optimism and Despair.”
- SEPTEMBER 11 IN POPULAR CULTURE ACADEMIC-9
2010 “Spotlight Essay/Television: America: A Tribute To Heroes.”
- SETON HALL JOURNAL OF SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT ACADEMIC-9
Vol.14/04″ WWW.WHATSINA.NAME,” by Anthony M. Verna.
- SOCIAL AND MUSIC NETWORKS ACADEMIC-9
2008 “Uncovering Affinity Of Artists To Multiple Genres From Social Behaviour Data,” by Claudio Baccigalupo, Enric Plaza, and Justin Donaldson.
- SOCIAL TEXT ACADEMIC-9
Wtr/83-84 “The Politics of Youth Culture: Some Observations on Rock and Roll in American Culture,” by Lawrence Grossberg.
Fall/89 “The Vietnam War and American Music,” by David James.
- SOCIOLOGICAL SPECTRUM ACADEMIC-9
Vol.7/#1 “Growing Up Is Hard to Do: Rock and Roll Performers as Cultural Heroes,” by Daniel Dotter.
- SOUTH ATLANTIC QUARTERLY ACADEMIC-9
Fall/91 “Sexual Mobilities in Bruce Springsteen: Performance as Commentary,” Page 833.
Smr/94 “Clearing the streets of the Catholic Lost Generation,” Page 603.
- STARS ACADEMIC-9
12/85 Cover. Elementary reading comprehension magazine. Page 3.
#126 Cover. Live 1975-1985 article in Teachers Guide. Page 3.
- STUDIES IN AMERICAN CULTURE ACADEMIC-9
Vol. 33/#1 “‘As Empty as Paradise’; Reading Religion in Bruce Springsteen’s The Rising,” by Mark S. Graybill.
- STUDIES IN POPULAR CULTURE ACADEMIC-9
Vol.12/#1 “The King is Gone But Not Forgotten: Songs Responding to the Life, Death and Myth of Elvis Presley in the 1980′s,” by George M. Plasketes.
- TEACHER EDUCATION QUARTERLY ACADEMIC-10
Fall/06 “The Rise of the Life Narrative,” by Ivor Goodson.
- THEOLOGY TODAY ACADEMIC-10
4/88 “The Gospel According to Bruce,” by Jerry H. Gill.
- THESIS ACADEMIC-10
12/08 “Finding Grace In The Concert Hall: Community and Meaning Among Springsteen Fans,” by Linda Randall.
Spr/11 ”Bruce Springsteen and an American Dream – The Singer-Songwriter as Pastoral Critic,” by Jonathan B. Rossi.
June 2011 “The Making of the Self-Made Man: Masculinity and Performativity/American Dreaming and Bruce Springsteen,” by Mike May.
2012 “Mediale Vorbildkompetenz : eine Studie am Beispiel der Fans von Bruce,” by Cornelia Klein.
2012 “Runaway American Dream. Hope and disillusion in the early work of Bruce Springsteen,” by Harald Berings.
- UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT LITTLE ROCK LAW REVIEW ACADEMIC-10
Vol. 24/#4 “Law and Order on the Wild, Wild West (WWW),” by Jeffrey J. Look.
- WASHINGTON & LEE LAW REVIEW ACADEMIC-10
Spr/07 “[Insert Song Lyrics Here]: The Uses and Misuses of Popular Music Lyrics in Legal Writing,” by Alex B. Long.
- WESTERN HISTORICAL QUARTERLY ACADEMIC-10
Vol. 43/#1 “Rock Music And The New West, 1980-2010,” by Todd M. Kerstetter.
- WESTERN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION ACADEMIC-10
1996 “From ‘Badlands’ to ‘Better Days’: Bruce Springsteen Observes Law and Politics,” by William Haltom and Michael W. McCann.
- WIDENER LAW JOURNAL ACADEMIC-10
Vol. 14/#3 Papers from The Lawyer as Poet Advocate: Bruce Springsteen and the American Lawyer Symposium:
Prelude, by William P. Doyle.
“The Lawyer Advocate vs.The Poet Advocate,” by Tom Corbett.
“What An Advocate Can Learn From Springsteen,” by J. Michael Eakin.
“The Lawyer as Artist,” by Ken Gormley.
“Portraits of Criminals on Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska,” by Samuel J. Levine.
“The Dignity and Humanity of Bruce Springsteen’s Criminals,” by Abbe Smith.
“The Promise Was Broken,” by Samuel R. Bagenstos.
“Meanness In This World,” by Garrett Epps.
“Bruce Springsteen’s Hope and the Lawyer as Poet Advocate,” by Randy Lee.
“The Judgment of The Boss on Bossing the Judges,” by Charles Gardner Geyh.
‘Revitalizing the Lawyer-Poet,” by Russell G. Pearce.
“Bruce Springsteen and the Remnants of a Catholic Boyhood,” by John M. Facciola.
“Connecting with The Boss,” by Bernard Grimm.
“Bruce Springsteen and Staying on the Jersey Side,” by Robert Coles.
- WIDENER UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW ACADEMIC-10
Spr/05 “Legal Eagles Learn from Springsteen” at the school’s Bruce forum. Page 13.
- WORKBOOK AND TEACHER’S GUIDE ACADEMIC-10
1987 Reading Success series: Dennis Eichhorn’s “Springsteen” and the accompanying workbook for teachers.