Kristina Graaff & Martin Klepper. “Self-Help and/in Mass Cultures: Performatives of (Self-)Management and Race between 1890 and 1930.” Fictions of Management: Efficiency and Control in American Literature and Culture. Eds. James Dorson and Jasper Verlinden. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag (forthcoming). [Eingereichtes Manuskript / Submitted for Publication], Full Text Download
Aleksandra Boss & Martin Klepper. “What Nancy Knew, What Carol Knew: Mass Literature and Knowledge.” What Literature Knows. Forays into Literary Knowledge Production. Eds. Antje Kley and Kai Mertens. Berlin: Peter Lang, 2018.
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Aleksandra Boss & Martin Klepper. “Toward a Poetics of Practice: Self-Improvement, Nancy Drew, and the Chicago Defender.” Projecting American Studies. Eds. Frank Kelleter and Alexander Starre. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag, 2018. 95-108.
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Martin Klepper. “American Studies and/as Cultural Studies: Detectives, dancers, dolls.” and “‘From rags to riches’ and the self-made man.” Approaches to American Cultural Studies. Eds. Martin Klepper, Antje Dallmann and Eva Boesenberg. Milton Park: Routledge, 2016. 57-68, 123-131.
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“Positive Thinking and the Production of Ability in U.S. Self-Help Cultures.” With Daphne Beers and Kristina Graaff. LWU. Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht (1/2022). Ed. Daphne Beers, Kristina Graaff and Martin Klepper. 5-24.