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Garner, Ross 2023. Jurassic Park and dinosaur fandom. Melia, Matthew, ed. The Jurassic Park Book: New Perspectives on the Classic 1990s Blockbuster, London and New York: Bloomsbury, pp. 97-112.
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Garner, Ross 2023. The Doctor Who figurine collection. Booth, Paul and Hills, Matthew, eds. Adventures Across Space and Time: A Doctor Who Reader, London and New York: Bloomsbury, pp. 47-54.
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Stanfill, Mel and Garner, Ross 2022. Spotlight: fan and audience studies scholarly interest group. Journal of Cinema and Media Studies 62 (1) , pp. 1-3.
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Garner, Ross 2021. Mimetic tangible nostalgia and spatial cosplay: replica merchandise and place in fandom's material cultures. Leggatt, Matthew, ed. Was it Yesterday? Nostalgia in Contemporary Film and Television, Horizons of Cinema, SUNY Press, pp. 71-87.

Morimoto, Lori, Booth, Paul, Garner, Ross, Kohn, Melanie E. S., Jones, Bethan, Nielsen, E. J., Stein, Louisa Ellen and Williams, Rebecca 2021. Roundtable: Transcultural fan studies in practice: a conversation. Transformative Works and Cultures 35 10.3983/twc.2021.1975
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Garner, Ross 2021. Acafan identity, communities of practice, and vocational poaching. Transformative Works and Cultures 35 10.3983/twc.2021.1985
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Garner, Ross 2021. Doctor Who and the dinosaurs: spectacle, monstrosity, melodrama and ideology in dinosaur mediations. Harmes, Marcus K. and Orthia, Lindy A., eds. Doctor Who and Science: Essays on Ideas, Identities and Ideologies in the Series, McFarland and Company, Inc., pp. 173-189.

Garner, Ross 2020. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by J. A. Bayona [Review]. Science Fiction Film and Television 13 (3) , pp. 449-454.
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Garner, Ross 2019. Transmedia Tourism editorial. JOMEC Journal (14) , pp. 1-10. 10.18573/jomec.194
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Garner, Ross 2019. Finding Nemo’s spaces: Defining and exploring transmedia tourism. JOMEC Journal (14) , pp. 11-32. 10.18573/jomec.195
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Garner, Ross 2019. The Mandalorian variation: gender, institutionality, and siscursive constraints in Star Wars rebels. Disney's Star Wars: Forces of Production, Promotion, and Reception, Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, pp. 109-122.

Garner, Ross 2018. Affective textualities, generalizations and focalizations: fan reactions to Twin Peaks's 2014 paratextual return. The Journal of Fandom Studies 6 (1) , pp. 63-80. 10.1386/jfs.6.1.63_1
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Garner, Ross 2017. Insecure positions, heteronomous autonomy and tourism-cultural capital: a Bourdieusian reading of tour guides on BBC Worldwide's Doctor Who Experience Walking Tour. Tourist Studies 17 (4) , pp. 426-442. 10.1177/1468797616680851
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Garner, Ross 2017. Tomorrowland: A World Beyond (Brad Bird 2015). Journal of Science Fiction Film and Television 10 (2) , pp. 294-298.
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Garner, Ross 2017. "It is happening again": paratextuality 'quality' and nostalgia in Twin Peaks's dispersed anniversary. Series - International Journal of TV Serial Narratives 2 (2) , pp. 41-54. 10.6092/issn.2421-454X/6590
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Garner, Ross 2017. Not my lifeblood: autoethnography, affective fluctuations and popular music antifandom. Booth, Paul, ed. A Companion to Fandom and Fan Studies, London: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 202-236.

Garner, Ross and Shimabukuro, Karra 2016. IN FOCUS: Returning to the Red Room - Twin Peaks at twenty-five: Editor's introduction. Cinema Journal 55 (3) , pp. 118-120. 10.1353/cj.2016.0036
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Garner, Ross 2016. "The series that changed television"? Twin Peaks, "classic" status and temporal capital. Cinema Journal 55 (3) , pp. 137-142. 10.1353/cj.2016.0020
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Garner, Ross 2016. Going legendary: merchandising, transmediality and nostalgia in Power Rangers Super Megaforce. Presented at: Material Cultures of Television, University of Hull, Hull, UK, 21-22 March 2016.
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Garner, Ross P. 2016. Symbolic and cued immersion: paratextual framing strategies on the Doctor Who Experience Walking Tour. Popular Communication 14 (2) , pp. 86-98. 10.1080/15405702.2016.1153101
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Garner, Ross 2016. Crime drama and channel branding: ITV and Broadchurch. McElroy, Ruth, ed. Contemporary British Television Crime Drama: Cops on the Box, Routledge, pp. 139-153.

Garner, Ross 2015. Brand reconciliation? A case study of ITV's 2013 rebrand. Critical Studies in Television: An International Journal of Television Studies 10 (1) , pp. 3-23. 10.7227/CST.10.1.2
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Garner, Ross 2015. "It is happening again": Twin Peaks and the "dispersed anniversary". Presented at: SCMS - Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference 2015, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 25-29 March 2015.
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Garner, Ross 2015. "It is happening again": Twin Peaks and the "dispersed anniversary". Presented at: I'll See You Again in 25 Years: The Return of Twin Peaks and Generations of Cult TV, University of Salford, UK, 21-22 May 2015.
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Garner, Ross 2014. "The series that changed television": Twin Peaks, "classic" status and temporal capital. Presented at: SCMS - Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference 2014, Sheraton Seattle Hotel, Seattle, WA, USA, 19-23 March 2014.
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Garner, Ross 2014. Celebrating and critiquing "past" and "present"? The intersection between nostalgia and public service discourses in BBC1's Ashes to Ashes. Machin, David, ed. Visual Communication, Handbooks of Communication Science, vol. 4. De Gruyter, pp. 405-425.

Garner, Ross 2014. On a (different) plain? Cult geography, authenticity and Nirvana fandom. Presented at: Fan Studies Network Conference 2014, Regent's University, London, UK, 27-28 September 2014.
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Garner, Ross 2013. Friends reunited? Authorship discourses and brand management for the Sarah Jane Adventures 'Death of the Doctor'. O'Day, Andrew, ed. Doctor Who, the eleventh hour: a critical celebration of the Matt Smith and Steven Moffat era, Who watching, London: I. B. Tauris, pp. 246-264.

Garner, Ross 2013. Towards an inclusive approach? Theorising nostalgia through social constructionism. Presented at: Nostalgias: Visualising Longing, Margate, UK, 9-10 November 2013.
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Garner, Ross 2013. Simultaneously 'quality' and 'popular': Layered polysemy and nostalgic discourse in 'Doctor Who' (BBC 2005- ). Presented at: Doctor Who: Walking in Eternity: An Interdisciplinary Conference Celebrating 50 Years of Adventures in Time and Space, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK, 3-5 September 2013.
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Garner, Ross 2013. Access denied: Intertextual barricades and public service broadcasting in Torchwood. Williams, Rebecca, ed. Torchwood Declassified: Investigating Mainstream Cult Television, Investigating Cult TV Series, London: I. B. Tauris, pp. 13-32.

Garner, Ross 2013. Remembering Sarah Jane: Intradiegetic allusions, embodied presence/absence and nostalgia. Mellor, David, Hills, Matt and Earl, Benjamin, eds. New Dimensions of Doctor Who: Adventures in Space, Time and Television, Reading Contemporary Television, London: I. B. Tauris, pp. 192-215.

Garner, Ross 2013. Investigating 'Life on Mars': The contextual nature of 'classic' TV. Presented at: Cops on the Box: Crime Drama on UK TV Screens, University of Glamorgan, Wales, UK, 15 March 2013.
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Garner, Ross 2013. Nostalgia and post-2005 British time travel dramas: A semiotic analysis of a television genre cycle. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Garner, Ross 2011. A love that spans all ages?: Interrogating the 'mainstream' appeal of ITV1's 'Lost in Austen' (2008). Presented at: Alien Nation: A Conference on British Telefantasy, Northumbria University, UK, 20-21 July 2011.
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Garner, Ross 2010. Access denied: Intertextual barricades and public service broadcasting in 'Torchwood'. Presented at: Investigating Torchwood: Text, Context, Audiences, University of Glamorgan, Wales, UK, 18 June 2010.
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Garner, Ross 2010. "Don't You Forget About Me": Intertextuality and generic anchoring in The Sarah Jane Adventures. Garner, Ross, Beattie, Melissa and McCormack, Una, eds. Impossible Worlds, Impossible Things: Cultural Perspectives on Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishers, pp. 161-181.

Garner, Ross 2009. The curious case of Amanda Price: Genre cycles, 'constrained innovation' and 'Lost in Austen' as time travel for a female audience. Presented at: Science Fiction across Media: Adaptation/Novelisation, Faculty of Arts, K U Leuven, Netherlands, 28-30 May 2009.
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Garner, Ross 2008. What glows beneath: Affective nostalgia in 'Life on Mars'. Presented at: 5th Annual MeCCSA Postgraduate Conference, University of Sussex, UK, 1-2 July 2008.
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