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Mostly academic writings about the Beatles
by Markus Heuger

  The Beabliography is a bibliography of books and articles, focusing mainly on academic works on the Beatles. By now the database covers over 600 titles, some with links and/or abstracts. Please mail us if you like to add yet another title to this list.
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  • Asel, Harald (1992), "Fußball-Lieder — keine Erfindung der Fans. Eine Antwort auf Reinhard Kopiez." [Soccer songs — not invented by fans. An answer to Reinhard Kopiez.] In: Musica, 1992, 46, 255.
  • Bennett, Andy (2000), "'Sitting in an English garden.' Comparing representations of Britishness in the songs of the Beatles and 1990s Britpop groups." In: Ian Inglis (ed.), The Beatles, popular music and society. A thousand voices. Basingstoke: MacMillan; New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000, 189-206.
  • Bird, Donald Allport, Stephen C. Holder and Diane Sears (1976), "Walrus is Greek of corpse. Rumor and the death of Paul McCartney." In: Journal of Popular Culture, 1976 (Summer), 110-121.
  • Brabazon, Tara (2002), "We're one short for the crossing. Abbey Road and popular memory." In: Transformations, 3. [Abstract]
  • Burns, Gary (1987), "The myth of the Beatles." In: The South Atlantic Quarterly, 1987, 86, 2, 169.
  • Burns, Gary (2000), "Refab four. Beatles for sale in the age of the music video." In: Ian Inglis (ed.), The Beatles, popular music and society. A thousand voices. Basingstoke: MacMillan; New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000, 196-188.
  • Burns, Gary (2009), "Beatles news: product line extensions and the rock canon." In: Kenneth Womack (ed.), The Cambridge companion to the Beatles. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 217-229.
  • Davies, Evan (1969), "Psychological characteristics of Beatles-mania." In: Journal of the History of Ideas, 1969, 30, 273-280.
  • Dotter, Daniel (1987), "Growing up is hard to do. Rock and roll performers as cultural heroes." In: Sociological Spectrum, 1987, 7, 1, 25-44. [Abstract]
  • Ehrenreich, Barbara, Elizabeth Hess and Gloria Jacobs (1986), "Beatlemania. Girls just want to have fun." In: Barbara Ehrenreich, Elizabeth Hess and Gloria Jacobs (eds.), Re-making love. The feminization of sex. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1986, 10-38. [Reprinted as: "Beatlemania. A sexually deviant subculture." In: Ken Gelder and Sarah Thornton (eds.), The subcultures reader. London: Routledge, 1997, 523-536.]
  • Freund, Charles Paul (2001), "Still fab. Why we keep listening to the Beatles." In: Reason Online, June 2001.
  • Fuchs, Michael (1998), "Mit dem Computer zurück zu Hey Jude. Beatles remake." [Getting back to Hey Jude with the computer. Beatles remake.] In: Die Welt, 16.09.1988, 217, 19.
  • Gillespie, Nick (2001), "The long and whining road. The Beatles, the boomers, and boredom." In: Reason Online, June 2001.
  • Heuger, Markus (1995), Die Bearbeitung als Rezeptionsform populärer Musik — am Beispiel der Adaption von Beatles-Kompositionen, 1963-94. Köln: Musikwissenschaftliches Institut der Universität zu Köln, 1995 (Magisterarbeit, 3 Bände; unpublished manuscript).
  • Howell, Jeremy (1991), "A revolution in motion. Advertising and the politics of nostalgia." In: Sociology of Sport, 1991, 8, 3 (September), 258-271. [Abstract]
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