Laura Wiebe
TitleCited byYear
Images of human-wrought despair and destruction: Social critique in British apocalyptic and dystopian metal
G Bayer
Heavy metal music in Britain, 101-122, 2016
182016
Nordic Nationalisms: Black Metal Takes Norway’s Everyday Racisms to the ‘Extreme’
LW Taylor
Reflections in the Metal Void, 185-197, 2012
182012
Nordic Nationalisms: Black Metal Takes Norway’s Everyday Racisms to the ‘Extreme’
LW Taylor
The Metal Void: First Gatherings, 161-173, 2010
182010
14 Popular Songs and Ordinary Violence–Exposing Basic Human Brutality in the Films of Rob Zombie
LW Taylor
Terror Tracks: Music, Sound and Horror Cinema, 229, 2009
82009
Metal music as critical dystopia: humans, technology and the future in 1990s science fiction metal
L Taylor
PhD diss., Brock University 38, 2006
42006
Science Fiction and Metal Music: The Dystopian Visions of Voivod and Fear Factory
LW Taylor
The Everyday Fantastic: Essays on Science Fiction and Human Being., 87-101, 2008
3*2008
Speculative matter: Generic affinities, posthumanisms and science-fictional imaginings
L Wiebe
22013
Time's Arrow as Postmodern Apocalypse: Temporal Ruptures, Perpetual Crisis and the Cultural Imagination
LW Taylor
eTopia, 2009
12009
Witches, Elves, and Bioengineers: Magic and Science in Kim Harrison’s The Hollows
L Wiebe
2012
Where is the Local in Local Radio?: Examining the Changing Shape of Radio Programming in St. Catharines
LW TAYLOR
Covering Niagara: Studies in Local Popular Culture, 117-142, 2010
2010
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