I've been cited as a major source for a doctoral dissertation about Lovecraft and science. Here are the details:
Confronting the "Boundless and Hideous Unknown": Science, Categorization, and Naming in H. P. Lovecraft's Fiction, a doctoral dissertation by Matolcsy Kalman (University of Debrecen, Hungary, 2010).
Kalman cites my Knowing Fear as a major source for understanding the role of science and knowledge in horror fiction in general, and Lovecraft's relationship to both in particular. My book is used as a framework and major source for Kalman's dissertation. Read it here.
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