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Garner, Ross 2019. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (J. A. Bayona US 2018). Science Fiction Film and Television
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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. In: Booth, Paul ed. A Companion to Fandom and Fan Studies, London: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 202-236.

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 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. 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 2016. Crime drama and channel branding: ITV and Broadchurch. In: McElroy, Ruth ed. Contemporary British Television Crime Drama: Cops on the Box, Routledge, pp. 139-153.

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 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. 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 2014. Celebrating and critiquing "past" and "present"? The intersection between nostalgia and public service discourses in BBC1's Ashes to Ashes. In: Machin, David ed. Visual Communication, Handbooks of Communication Science, vol. 4. De Gruyter, pp. 405-425.

Garner, Ross 2013. Friends reunited? Authorship discourses and brand management for the Sarah Jane Adventures 'Death of the Doctor'. In: 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. In: 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. In: 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. In: 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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