Academic Journals and Papers

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  • ACADEMIC WRITING  ACADEMICS-2
    2012 “Taking His Best Shot: A Marxist Interpretation of Bruce Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball,” by Thomas Wilkie, Daemen College, Amherst, NY.
  • 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).
    –Smr/97 “Three Challenges for the Field of American Studies: Relating to Cultural Studies,Addressing Wider Publics, and Coming to Terms with Religions.” by Mark Hulsether.
  • 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.
  • AMERICAN STUDIES JOURNAL  ACADEMIC-1
    2007 “A Meanness in This World: the American Outlaw as Storyteller in Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska” by Ryan Sheeler.
  • 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.
  • CATHOLIC STUDIES  ACADEMIC-2
    12/07 “Christ, Apollo, and Bruce Springsteen,” by Paul J. Contino; this presentation is a revised version of “The Cross of My Calling,” presented at the 2005 Glory Days Symposium.
  • 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.
  • ESSAYS ON ITALIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE  ACADEMIC-2
    2012 “Meeting at Bruce’s Place: Springsteen’s Italian American Heritage and Global Notions of Family,” by Nancy Caronia. Page 67
  • 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 SYMPOSIUMS
    Papers from Bruce Springsteen Symposiums at Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ.
    –  “The Accidental Theologian: Liberation Theory in the Music of Bruce Springsteen,” by Bobbi Zahra. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “The Aging of the E Street Nation,” by David J. Bernstein.  Sept. 25-27, 2009.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “All Aboard!: Passengers on the Train of Hope and Dreams,” by Ernie Sandonato. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “All It Ever Does Is Rain: Alienation of Labor in the Songs of Bruce Springsteen,” by David Ray Papke. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “All We Gotta Do Is Hold Up Our End: Bruce Springsteen and Strain Theory,” by Craig Hemmens and Mary K. Stohr. Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.  ACADEMIC-6
    –  “American Skin: Bruce Springsteen and the New Language of Moral Politics,” by Daniel Loughran. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Aussie Tramps: The Significance and Meaning of Springsteen’s Music to Australian Fans,” by James E. Coughlan. Sept. 25-27, 2009.  ACADEMIC-5
    –  “Believe Me, Mister: The Tradition of Woody Guthrie’s Hurt Song in Bruce Springsteen’s The Rising and Devils and Dust,” by Donna M. Dolphin. Sept. 9-11, 2005. (See Bruce Springsteen, Cultural Studies and the Runaway American Dream.  BOOK-65)
    –  “Beyond Blood (Br)others: Homoeroticism and Queer Authenticity in Bruce Springsteen,” by Rosalie Fanshel.  Sept. 25-27, 2009.  (Expanded and published in Vol. 2, Issue 3, of Popular Music.)  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Beyond the Palace: Casing the Promised Land,” by Walter Everett.  Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.  ACADEMIC-6
    –  “Blood Not Oil: Narrating Social Trauma in Springsteen’s Song-Stories,” by Stevan Weine.  Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.  ACADEMIC-6
    –  “Born to Lead or Learned to Lead … The Leadership of Bruce Springsteen,” by Steven Ronik. Sept. 9-11, 2005  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Born To Research: The State of Scholarly Studies on Bruce Springsteen,” by Denise Green (updated). Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Born to Run to Born This Way: The Promise Fulfilled,” by Justin Cary. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “The Boss and The Bible,” by Jennifer Walter. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Bruce and Pedagogies of Possibility:  Working on a Dream to Save Realities,” by Doug Morris. Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “Bruce as Fisher King: Wrecking Ball and The Waste Land,” by Mark Bourdeau.  Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Bruce Springsteen and the Disciples of the American Dream,” by Thomas Wilkie. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Bruce Springsteen and the Politics of Meaning in America,” by Michael Bader. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Bruce Springsteen, Heroism, and Celebrity,” by Thom Gencarelli. Sept. 9-11, 2005. (See American Heroes in a Media Age.  BOOK-21)
    –  “Bruce Springsteen: Images of a Rock ‘n Roll Icon,” by Rosemary Gallick. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Bruce Springsteen Live: Transcendental Celebration – a Vehicle for Mystical Transcendence,” by David Garret Izzo.  Sept. 25-27, 2009.  ACADEMIC-5
    –  “Bruce Springsteen’s World Citizenship,” by Antonella D’Amore. Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.  ACADEMIC-6
    –  “Comedy, Purpose, and Springsteen’s Career as a Songwriter,” by Alex Pitofsky. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “The Country We Hold in Our Hearts: Walt Whitman’s Democratic Vision and Springsteen’s Roads of Possibility,” by Chad Barnett. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Crime, Lawbreaking, and Counterhegemonic Humanism in the Songs of Bruce Springsteen,” by David Ray Pike. Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.  ACADEMIC-6
    –  “‘Cripple on the Corner’: Springsteen’s Vision of Disability in America,” by Christropher J. Rosa. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Dancing and Crying: An Exploration into the Ongoing Dialectic Between Melancholy and Euphoria in the Musical Narrative of Bruce Springsteen,” by John Corbisiero. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Darkness on the Edge of Town and Bruce Springsteen’s Representations of Working-Class Distress,” by Alex Pitofsky.Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Darkness on the Edge of Town: Bruce Springsteen, Richard Ford, and the American Dream,” by David N. Gellman. Sept. 9-11, 2005. (See Bruce Springsteen, Cultural Studies and the Runaway American Dream.  BOOK-65)
    –  “Dead Man’s Town: ‘Born in the USA,’ Social History, and Working-Class Identity,” by Jefferson Cowie and Lauren Boehm. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  (See Bruce Springsteen, Cultural Studies and the Runaway American Dream.  BOOK-65)
    –  “Deliver Me From Nowhere: Nebraska as Narrative Poem,” by April Linder. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Deliver Me from Nowhere; Spiritual Longing in the Music of Bruce Springsteen,” by June Skinner Sawyers. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Demo Dreamscapes:  John Wesley Harding, Nebraska, and Two Weird Americas,” by David J. Gaines. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “The Dime Store Version: Springsteen, Mythology and Politics,” by Michael Kobre. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Dream as Lie, Dream Deferred, Dream Denied: Bruce Springsteen, Langston Hughes, and the Problems of Representing the American Underclass,” by Daniel Donaghy. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.B
    – “E Street Radio: The Digital Map That Leads Us Home,” by Brad Yates. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.B
    –“From the Badlands to the Promised Land: How Past and Present America Has Affected the Lives of Springsteen’s Characters,” by Jason W. Faulkner. 2009. ACADEMIC-5.B
    –  “An Ecological Model of Alienation in Springsteen’s Magic,” by Lorraine Mangione.  Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “‘Empty Sky’ … The Rising: A Response to Catastrophe through Dance,” by Bob Boross.  Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Endlessly Seeking: Bruce Springsteen and Walker Percy’s Quest for Possibility among the Ordinary,” by June Skinner Sawyers.  Sept. 25-27, 2009.  ACADEMIC-5
    –  “Evangelism from E Street:  Brother Springsteen’s Salvation Show,” by Susan Woge. Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “Every Soul Living and Dead: Springsteen’s Intimations of Mortality,” by Alexander Pitofsky. Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “First-Person Stories from a “Land of Hope and Dreams”: Bruce Springsteen as a Narrative Poet,” by Ernest R. Sandonato. Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.  ACADEMIC-6
    – “For What ‘They’ Did:  Blame, Working-Class America, and the Evolution of Bruce Springsteen’s Early Political Vision,” by Jonathan Cohen.  Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.B
    –  “From Adam to Jesus: Bruce Springsteen’s Use of Scripture,” by Matthew R. Orel. Sept. 9-11, 2005. (See Bruce Springsteen, Cultural Studies and the Runaway American Dream.  BOOK-65)
    –  “From “My Hometown” to “This Hard Land”: Bruce Springsteen’s Use of Geography, Landscapes, and Places to Depict the American Experience,” by Marya Morris. Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.   ACADEMIC-6
    –  “From The Agora to The Apollo: 38 Years in Two Hours,” by Mark Bourdeau. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    – “From the ‘Badlands’ to ‘The Promised Land’: How Past and Present America
    Has Affected the Lives of Springsteen’s Character,” by Jason Faulkner.
    Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “The Frontman as CEO: Bruce Springsteen as Business Leader,” by Nancy Bishop and June Skinner Sawyers. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “The Generativity of Bonnie Raitt and Bruce Springsteen,” by Kevin Kansman.  Sept. 9-11, 2005.  (See Thesis, below).
    –  “The Geography of Bruce Springsteen: Poetics and American Dreamscapes,” by Robert P. McParland. Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.  ACADEMIC-6
    –  “The Geography of Born to Run,” by Louis P. Masur. Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.  ACADEMIC-6
    –  “Giving His Heart More Room: Bruce Springsteen’s Private Foundations,” by David Wilson.  Sept. 14-16, 2012.  (See SCRIBD.COM.  INTERNET-29)
    –  “Greetings from Freehold: How Bruce Springsteen’s Hometown Shaped His Life and Work,” by David Wilson.  Sept. 25-27, 2009.  ACADEMIC-5
    –  “Growing Up — Adult Develoment in the Life & Work of Bruce Springsteen,” by John Corbisiero. Sept. 25-27, 2009.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Growing Up In Springsteen Country: Reflections on His Vision of New Jersey Culture,” by Robert Trumpbour. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Growin’ Up to Be a Nothing Man: The Evolving Figure of the Outsider in Bruce Springsteen’s Songs,” by Ann V. Bliss. Sept. 9-11, 2005. (See Reading The Boss, Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Works of Bruce Springsteen.  BOOK-83)
    –  “Healing a nation: Deconstructing Bruce Springsteen’s The Rising,” by Brad Yates. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Here Everybody Has a Neighbor: Bruce Springsteen’s Narrative of Community,” by April Linder. Sept. 25-27, 2009.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “‘Highway Patrolman’: An application of Sibling Theory and Research,” by Jonathan Caspi.   Sept. 25-27, 2009.  (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “How a Chicana Became a Jersey Girl,” by Susan Martinez. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “How Bruce Springsteen Made it Cool to be from New Jersey,” by Patricia M. Ard.  Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “I just might meet Bruce:  Understanding the impact of the Internet on parasocial relationships with Bruce Springsteen,” by Bradford L. Yates.  Sept. 23-27, 2009.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “In Defense of Influence: Springsteen’s 2012 SXSW Keynote and the Literary Tradition of Poetic Creativity,” by Bill Wolff. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Intercultural Dialogue in Springsteen’s Poetry,” by Federico Lenzerini. Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.  ACADEMIC-6
    –  “An Intersubjective View of the Themes of Alienation & Redemption in the Songs of Bruce Springsteen,” by John Corbisiero. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “John Wayne and Bruce Springsteen Staying Home: How Not Going to War Influenced the Careers of Two American Popular Icons,” by Lars Rossland.  Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    – “Journeys with Mary: Masculinity and Relationships with Women in the Work of Bruce Springsteen,” by Donna Luff. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5.B
    –  “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. Sept. 25-27, 2009.  ACADEMIC-5
    –  “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. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Life Right Now: Springsteen and Spirituality,” by Scott Wagar. Sept. 9-11, 2005. (See Bruce Springsteen, Cultural Studies and the Runaway American Dream.  BOOK-65)
    –  “‘Like a Vision She Dances’: Bruce Springsteen and the Trope of the Female Salvator,” by Liza M. Zitelli. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  (See Reading The Boss, Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Works of Bruce Springsteen.  BOOK-83)
    –  “The Long Walk Home: Parallels between Springsteen’s Magic and Homer’s Odyssey,” by Richard Grosse.  Sept. 25-27, 2009.  ACADEMIC-5
    –  “Mary, Queen of Arkansas; Mary, Queen of Heaven,” by Spencer L. Allen. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Mister, I ain’t a boy, no I’m a man’:  The Folk Evolution of Tom Joad from John Steinbeck to Bruce Springsteen,” by Michele DeVinney. Sept. 9-11, 2005. ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Models of Charity and Spirit:  Bruce Springsteen, 9/11, and the War on Terror,” by Bryan K. Garman. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  (See Music in the Post-9/11 World.  BOOK-184)
    –  “Moving to the Promised Land,” by Donna Luff. Sept. 14-16, 2012. ACADEMIC-5.B
    –  “‘Mr. State Trooper, Please Don’t Stop Me’:  The Image of Police in Bruce Springsteen’s Songs,” by Susan Hamburger. Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “The Muse and the Darkness in the Visionary Creative Process,” by Lorraine Mangione and Susan Keady. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Narrative Theory, Narrative Theology And The Work of Bruce Springsteen,” by Paul D. Fisher. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –“Not Fade Away….Bruce Springsteen and Redefining Aging in America,” by Dr. Steven Ronik. 2009.  ACADEMIC-5.B
    –  “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. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Nowhere Men: Bruce, The Beatles, Neil Young and The Talking Heads,” by David Gellman. Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “Of Queens and Candy Aisles: Desire, Decaying Society, and the Literary Tradition of ‘Queen of the Supermarket,’” by Bill Wolff.  Sept. 25-27, 2009.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “On The Edge,” by Stevan Weine.  Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    – “An Opera on the Turnpike: Musical Form and Narrative Myth in the Early
    Works of Bruce Springsteen,” by Barry Long.  Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “‘Outlaw Pete,’ Barack Obama, and America’s Hybrid Identity,” by Benjamin Railton.  Essay from notes delivered Sept. 25-27, 2009.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Paint it Bruce!  Bruce Springsteen as a Political Activist and Social Commentator – 1960s to Election 2012,” by Rosemary Gallick. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “The Pro-Social Behavior of Springsteen Fans: A Case Study of the BTX Online Community,” by Mary J. Culnan. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Psychological Theories of Grieving, Italian American Culture, and Springsteen’s Work,” by Lorraine Mangione. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –“The Road to Resilience in Hard Times,” by Dennis S. Charney, M.D.  Sept. 25, 2009-ACADEMIC-5.B
    –  “‘Queen of the Supermarket’:  Representations of Working Class Women in the Work of Bruce Springsteen,” by Lisa Delmonico. Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “Raw to the Bone: Transported Toward Truth and Memory by Springsteen’s River Songs,” by Beth Kephart. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “A Reason to Believe the Greatest Fans in the World Take Care of Their Own,” by Donna Maria Gray. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Rebuilding the ‘Wall of Sound’: Bruce Springsteen and Early 1960s American Popular Music,” by Charles L. Hughes. Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.  ACADEMIC-6
    –  “Revisiting Human Touch and Lucky Town in Light of The Rising ,” by Richard D.Clemons. Sept. 9-11, 2005. ACADEMIC-5.B
    –  “The Rising and Crisis Response,” by Dennis Graham. Sept. 9-11, 2005.   ACADEMIC-4
    –  “Rocking Out and Reaching Out: Why Darkness, The Rising, and Wrecking Ball are Anchoring the 2012 Tour,” by Mark Bourdeau. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Seeger, Dylan and Springsteen: The Folk Tradition Alive and Well in America,” by Marianne Murawski.  Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “Set Us Loose From Everything: Boots as the Healing Floor for Fans of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band,” by Erin Kalbarczyk. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Shaking the City’s Walls: Teaching Politics with Bruce Springsteen,” by John Massaro. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  (See Bruce Springsteen, Cultural Studies and the Runaway American Dream.  BOOK-65)
    –  “She’s the One: The Women of Springsteen’s World,” by Nancy Caronia.  Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5.B
    –“Shut(ting) Out the Light: War, Returning to Home, and Springsteen’s New War Song Genre,” by Jason W. Faulkner. 2011.   ACADEMIC-5.B
    –  “Slip This Skin: Bruce Springsteen and the Politics of Need,” by Danny R. Alexander. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Solitude Standing: Bruce Springsteen and the Individual,” by Lisa Iannucci.  Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5
    –  “Something Worse: Frank Capra’s Populist Noir and Springsteen’s ‘The River,’”by Michael Kaufmann and Michele DeVinney. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Songs of the Common Man,” by Susan H. Woge. Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.  ACADEMIC-6
    –  “”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. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5
    –  “Spirituality of Springsteen: An exploration of Religious Imagery in The Rising,” by Jeffrey B. Symynkywicz. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5
    –”Springsteen and the Puritan Ideal of the Promised Land,” by Spencer L. Allen. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  (See Bruce Springsteen, Cultural Studies and the Runaway American Dream.  BOOK-65)
    –“Springsteen: Growin Up; Growing Older A Route Map for the Long Walk Home,” by Melanie Henwood. 2009.  ACADEMIC-5.B
    –“Springsteen in the University Curriculum: We Learned More from a Three-Minute Record Than We Ever Did in School,” by Lorne Wolfe. 2009   ACADEMIC 5.B
    –  “Springsteen’s Stories of America,” by Robert McParland. Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “Standing at Dysfunction Junction: Bruce Springsteen as ACOA,” by Joseph V. Hamburger. Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary Studies.  ACADEMIC-6
    –  “Steel and Stories:  Bruce Springsteen’s Ironic Monologue from Nebraska to Wrecking Ball,” by Frank P. Fury. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Straight Line, Gray Disguise. A study of the Springsteen Protagonist,” by Patrick Ganz. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “10 Things You Don’t Know About Scholarship on Bruce Springsteen: A Report From an Ongoing Compilation of Published Research,” by Denise Green.
    – “‘ This Depression’: The 2008 Financial Crisis and the Betrayal of America in Bruce Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball,” by Jonathan Cohen.  Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.B
    Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61.)
    –  “This Gun’s Not For Hire: Bruce Springsteen and Corporate Leadership,” by Nancy S. Bishop. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5
    –  “Three Chords Against Oppression? A Critical Inquiry into the Didactics of Springsteen,” by Bengt O. Tedeborg. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5
    –  “Tramps Like Me,” by Sam Silvas. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5
    –  “The Triggering Tune: Springsteen Songs as ‘Places’ of Inspiration,” by Ann E. Michael. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “‘Two Fine Legs Behind’: Bruce Springsteen and the Irish Tradition,” by June Skinner Sawyers. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “Two Lovers: Bruce Springsteen Reckonings with the Voices of Black Women,” by Danny R. Alexander. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “The Virgin, The Whore, The Girl Next Door:  Deconstructing ‘Mary’ in the Songs of Bruce Springsteen,” by Keith Fudge. Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61.)
    –  “The Way to Nebraska: The Elaboration Process of a Masterpiece,” by Francesc Guerrero Borrull. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5
    –“’We’re Gonna Get to That Place’: Springsteen’s Musical Argument Through the Forms of Narrative Poetry,” by Gary F. Leising. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5.B
    –  “We Take Care of Our Own’: Shifting Pronouns and Springsteen’s Move to Folk Troubadour,” by Eric Garneau. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –  “When They Said Sit Down, I Stood Up: Springsteen’s Social Conscience, Activism, and Fan Response,” by Susan Hamburger. Sept. 9-11, 2005. Published in Interdisciplinary Literary StudiesACADEMIC-6
    –“What Happened After “Meeting Across the River”?” by Dennis Graham. 2009 – ACADEMIC-5.B
    –  “What’s Happened to the Seeds I’ve Sown: Springsteen as Literary Influence,” by April Linder. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    – “‘With All That Heaven Will Allow’:  The Progression of Springsteen’s Music as it Relates to Erikson’s Theory of Development,’ by Jim Azar.  Sept. 25-27, 2009. (See Bruce Springsteen And The American Soul.  BOOK-61)
    –  “‘With These Hands,’ Narrative and Lyric Elements in Springsteen’s Song Lyrics,” by Laura McCullough.  Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
    –“Wrecking Ball: Hard Times, Loss and Renewal; The Lifetime Conversation,” by Melanie Henwood. 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.B
    –  “You ain’t a beauty but hey you’re all right … Feminist reflections on Bruce Springsteen’s music,” by Denise D. Green. Sept. 9-11, 2005.  ACADEMIC-5
    –  “’You Take the Old, You Make It New’: Musical and Lyrical Repurposing in Bruce Springsteen’s Songs,” by Susan Hamburger. Sept. 14-16, 2012.  ACADEMIC-5.A
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • JOHN SAYLES  ACADEMIC-6
    “Short Section on Springsteen Videos Sayles Directed,” by David R. Shumway. 2012
  • 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. 9/09 “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.
  • MIDDLEBURG COLLEGE ECONOMIC DISCUSSION PAPERS
    3/10 “‘Born to Run’ … Chi-Square Tests:  Mathematics in Music,” by Paul. M Sommers.  ACADEMIC-8
  • 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.
  • MONTHLY REVIEW: AN INDEPENDENT SOCIALIST MAGAZINE  ACADEMIC-7
    12/02 “Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball and the Plague of the 99%” by Stephen Maher.
  • MUSIC THEORY SPECTRUM  ACADEMIC-7
    Fall/13 Vol.35, No 2 “The Calliope Crashed to the Ground: Linear and Cyclic Times in Manfred Mann’s Earth Band’s Blinded by the Light” by Peter Mercer-Taylor.
  • 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.
  • THE POETRY OF AMERICAN SONG LYRICS  ACADEMIC-8
    2012 “Facing the Music: The Poetics of Bruce Springsteen,” by Robert P. McParland.
  • A POLITICAL COMPANION TO JOHN STEINBECK  ACADEMIC-8
    2013 Chapter 10 “Not Afraid of Being Heroic: Bruce Springsteen’s John Steinbeck,” by Lauren Onkey.
    2013 Chapter 11 “Retelling an American Political Tale: A Comparison of Literacy, Cinematic, and Musical Versions of the Grapes of Wrath,” by Cyrus Ernesto Zirakzadeh.
  • POP-CULTURE PEDAGOGY IN THE MUSIC CLASSROOM  ACADEMIC-8
    2011 Chapter 12 “An Analytic Model for Examining Cover Songs and Their Sources,” by Victoria Malawey.
  • POPULAR CULTURAL ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE  ACADEMIC-8
    3/28/13  “Jesus and Bruce: Springsteen’s Christology” by Irwin Streight.
  • 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
    –Vol.32/#3 “Beyond Blood Brothers: Queer Bruce Springsteen,” by Rosalie Zdzienicka Fanshel.
  • 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.
    – Vol. 17/#2   “Vision of death in Rock Music and Musicians,” by Deloris Von Nordheim.
    – 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.”
  • ROCKY MOUNTAIN MODERN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION CONVENTION  ACADEMIC-8
    10/6/11  “When Lives Collide: Life, Love, and Loss in Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Wreck on the Highway.’”  by Jonathan Cohen.
  • SELECTED WORKS OF VAUGHAN S. ROBERTS   ACADEMIC-9
    4/13 “Religion & Absent Bodies in Michel de Certeau’s The Practice of Everyday Life and Bruce Springsteen’s The Rising.”
  • 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 POLICY  ACADEMIC-9
    Spr/06 Vol.36 Issue 3, “Springsteen, Seeger and My Son: In Unity There’s Strength” by John Atlas.
  • 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.
  • SOUTH DAKOTA REVIEW  ACADEMIC-9
    Wtr/08 Vol. 46, Issue 4, “Forget It Bruce” by Todd Richardson.
  • 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 INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOG  ACADEMIC-9
    2013 “The Location of Religion in Bruce Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball,” by Henry Jansen.
  • 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.
  • SURVIVAL: GLOBAL POLICIES AND STRATEGY  ACADEMIC-9
    2013 Vol.55, Issue 6, “Did Bruce Springsteen Win the Cold War?” by John A. Gans, Jr.
  • 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.
    4/13 Vol. 70, No 1, “Bring on Your Wrecking Ball, Psalm 73 and Public Witness” by Jacqueline E. Lapsley
  • THESIS  ACADEMIC-10
    – 2003 “Bruce Springsteen and the Cultural Memory of Vietnam: Comparisons to Memorial and Film,” by Magnus Lauglo.
    –  2006  “The Generativity of Bonnie Raitt and Bruce Springsteen:  Analyzing Song Lyrics for Agency, Communion and Generativity,” by Kevin Kansman.
    – 12/08 “Finding Grace In The Concert Hall: Community and Meaning Among Springsteen Fans,” by Linda Randall.
    – Fall/10 “Working on a Dream: The Foundation of Asbury Park Rock n’ Roll,” by David Dulo.
    – 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.
  • WALKER PERCY CENTER FOR WRITING AND PUBLISHING CONFERENCE: THE MOVIEGOER AT FIFTY  ACADEMIC-11
    10/14-16/11 “Tramps Like Us:  Bruce Springsteen, Binx Bolling, and the Search for Faith and Meaning,” by Michael Kobre.
  • 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.
  • WOODY AT 100 CONFERENCE  ACADEMIC-10
    9/8/12 “Hard Times: Bruce Springsteen and Tom Morello Carry on Woody Guthrie’s Legacy,” by Susan Hamburger
  • WORKBOOK AND TEACHER’S GUIDE  ACADEMIC-10
    1987 Reading Success series: Dennis Eichhorn’s “Springsteen” and the accompanying workbook for teachers.

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