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  • Roberta Ahlquist : Film as Culture: The Portrayal of Gender and Psychopathological Projection in Lynch's 'Blue Velvet' and 'Wild at Heart', in: Leinwandträume, hrsg. v. Kerkhoff u. Rodenberg, Argument-Verlag, Hamburg, 1991
  • Greta Ai-Yu Niu: Consuming Asian women: the fluid body of Josie Packard in Twin Peaks. In: Yingjin Zhang  (editor): China in a polycentric world : essays in Chinese comparative literature. International Conference on Literature, History, Culture: Reenvisioning Chinese and Comparative Literature (Princeton University ; 1994) Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press 307 p. : ill. ISBN: 0-8047-3186-1 / 0-8047-3509-3
  • Guy Astic: Laura Palmer, figure dormante. In: Simulacres n°4, février-avril 2001
  • Guy Astic, Philippe Langlois: La Perception dans les plis : musique, son et silence dans Mulholland Drive. In:  Simulacre n° 6, mars 2002
  • Jonathan Bell: LA and the architecture of disaster. In: Architectural Review, Vol. 70, No.1, 2000, p.50-54, (On Cronenberg`s Crash and Lynch`s Lost Highway)
  • Betsy Berry: 'Forever, In my Dreams: Generic Conventions and The Subversive Imagination in "Blue Velvet".' Literature and Film Quarterly 16, no. 2 (1988): 82-90.
  • Bernd Beuscher: AMOK versus KOMA. David Lynchs Film „Wild at Heart“, in: EvErz 5/1991, 455-459
  • Nicholas Birns: Telling inside from outside, or, Who REALLY killed Laura Palmer. In: Literature / Film Quarterly 21. 1993. No. 4. p. 277-286.
  • Gudrun Bodin: Psychic Conflicts in Contemporary Language. - An Analysis of David Lynch: »Blue Velvet«. Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review 18, s. 24, Kbh.1994. 
  • Gudrun Bodin and Ib Poulsen: Blue Velvet by David Lynch: A Fairy Tale about the Developmental Conflicts of Growing from Boyhood to
    Manhood. In: Psychoanalytic inquiry. - Hillsdale, NJ : Analytic Press. - ISSN 07351690, Bd. 18 (1998), 2, S. 238-250
  • Ib Bondebjerg:  Populærfiktion og meta-tv : Dennis Potter og David Lynch [om The singing detective og Twin peaks]. In: Ib Bondebjerg: Elektroniske fiktioner : tv som fortællende medie. København : Borgen, 1993. p. 371-418
  • Fred Botting: "Signs of Evil: Bataille, Baudrillard and Postmodern Gothic," Southern Review: Literary and Interdisciplinary Essays, 27:4 (1994): 493-510. (Applies French literary theory to Twin Peaks)
  • Paola Brunetta : La fiaba e il senso: Analisi di "Wild at Heart" di David Lynch. In: Cinema & Cinema NS 18. 1991. No. 60. p. 19-28
  • Peter Brunette  and David Wills. Screen/Play: Derrida and film theory. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 1989. (discussing Blue Velvet)
  • Simon Brückner: Spiegel und Metamorphosen in Mulholland Drive von David Lynch (USA 2001). In: Filme auf der Couch. Gießen 2006 S. 121-
  • Warren Buckland: ‘Cognitive Theories of Narration (Lost Highway)’, Chapter 6 of Thomas Elsaesser and Warren Buckland, Studying Contemporary American Film: A Guide to Movie Analysis’ (London:Arnold; NY: Oxford University Press,2002), pp. 168-94.
  • Warren Buckland: 'A sad, bad traffic accident': The televisual prehistory of David Lynch's film Mulholland Dr. In: New Review of Film and Television Studies, Volume 1, No.1 (2003)
  • Lynda-K. Bundtzen: 'Don't look at me!' Woman's Body, Woman's Voice in Blue Velvet. In: Western-Humanities-Review, Salt Lake City, UT (WHR). 1988 Autumn, 42:3, 187-203
  • Nancy Buttington: 'What about Bob? Demons and Doubles in Twin Peaks'. In: Functions of the Fantastic. Selected essays from the thirteenth Conference of the Fantastic in the arts. Edited by Joe Sanders. Greenwood Press, Westport, Conn. 1995.
  • Dan Cady: "The Pain of Seduction: Violence and Soundtrack in the Films of Quentin Tarantino and David Lynch," Humanities Symposium 1995, (California State Univ., Fullerton)
  • Thomas Caldwell: Lost in Darkness and Confusion. Lost Highway, Lacan and Film noir. In: Metro, No.118, 1999, p.46-50
  • Rose Capp: Back Noise: Lost Highway and the Lexicon of Neo-Noir. In: Metro, No. 118, 1999, p. 52-56
  • Rose Capp: "B-girls, dykes and doubles: Kiss me deadly and the legacy of "late noir" (discussing Lost Highway)
  • Michael Carroll: Agent Cooper's errand in the wilderness: "Twin Peaks" and American mythology. In: Literature / Film Quarterly 21. 1993. No. 4. p. 287-295.
  • Mark J. Charney: "Invitation to Love: The Influence of Soap Opera on David Lynch’s Twin Peaks." In: Studies In Popular Culture 14.1 (1991) 53-59.
  • Ove Christensen & Claus K. Kristiansen: Twin Peaks - en anderledes tv-kultur. In: Analyser af tv & tv-kultur / redigeret af Jens F. Jensen. København : Medusa, 1991. p. 215-232
  • A. J. J.Cohen: 'Lynch’s Lost Highway. A Postmodern Whodunnit'. La Licorne [Hors série VIII ] 'Les Récits Policiers au Cinéma'. 205-224, 1999
  • John Conomos: Colouring in David Lynch`s Cinema. In: Metro, No. 105, 1996, p.51-55
  • Barbara Creed: 'A Journey Through Blue Velvet: Film, Fantasy and the Female Spectator', New Formation, 7, 1988
  • P.A. Darke: The Elephant Man (David Lynch, EMI Films, 1980): an analysis from a disabled perspective.In:  Disability and Society, 9,3, (1994) 327-342.
  • Randi Davenport: The knowing spectator of "Twin Peaks": Culture, feminism, and family violence. In: Literature and Film Quarterly 21. 1993. No. 4. p. 255-259.
  • Jos de Putter: Spelen met vuur. De pyrotechniek van David Lynch ['Playing with fire. The pyrotechnics of David Lynch']., Skrien, Dec./Jan. 1990/91, no. 175
  • Stéphane Delorme: David Lynch, fictions. In: Balthazar n°5, printemps 2002
  • Norman K. Denzin: "Blue Velvet: Postmodern Contradictions". In: Theory, Culture & Society 5(2-3): 461-73 
  • Franz Derendinger: "Kultregisseur als Archäologe. David Lynchs Lost Highway". In: Zoom Heft 6-7. - p. 12-13. 
  • Susan Derwin: "Shattered hopes : on Blue Velvet". In: Violence and mediation in contemporary culture / edited by Ronald Bogue and Marcel Cornis-Pope. Albany : State University of New York Press, c1996
  • Helen Deutsch: "Is it easier to believe?" Narrative innocence from "Clarissa" to "Twin Peaks". In: Arizona Quarterly 49. 1993. No. 2. p. 137-158.
  • Peter Drexler: "People call me a director, but I really think of myself as a sound man." Überlegungen zur Tonregie in den Filmen David Lynchs. In: Text und Ton im Film. Hrsg. von Paul Goetsch und Dietrich Scheunemann, Tübingen: Narr, 1997
  • Laurent Dubreuil: J'ai une âme solitaire. In: Balthazar n°5, printemps 2002
  • Michael Dunne: "Wild at Heart three ways : Lynch, Gifford, Bakhtin", Literature/Film Quarterly 1995, v23n1, p. 6-13
  • Jesper Eising: "I drømmens favntag". In: Scope (DK), December 1999 
  • Oliver Faulhaber und Herrmann Müller: DUNE - Der Wüstenplanet. In: Science Fiction Okular Nr. 178 
  • Werner Faulstich: "Blue Velvet" (David Lynch, 1986). In: Sex und Gewalt im Spielfilm der 70er und 80er Jahre. 1. Lüneburger Kolloquium zur Medienwissenschaft. Hrsg. von Werner Faulstich und Andreas Vogel. Institut für Angewandte Medienforschung IfAM. - Bardowick: Wissenschaftler-Verlag 1991. (= IfAM-Arbeitsberichte 1.) p. 81-93.
  • Bent Fausing:  Den synlige tavshed [Om The Elephant Man]. In: Kærlighed uden ord : omkring tavshedens æstetik og billeder. København : Tiderne Skifter, 1991. p. 53-80
  • Victor Andrés Ferretti: „Der hypostasierte Raum in David Lynchs Mulholland Drive“. In: Jörg Dünne, Hermann Doetsch, Roger Lüdeke (Hrsg.): Von Pilgerwegen, Schriftspuren und Blickpunkten. Raumpraktiken in medienhistorischer Perspektive. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neuman 2004 (S. 271-280) .
  • Robert Fischer: Clip-Kunst der globalen Vorstadt, Die Film-Arbeit von David Lynch (1991), in PARKETT Nr. 28, Jun '91 : 143.
  • Cynthia-J. Fuchs: 'I Looked for You in My Closet Tonight': Voyeurs and Victims in Blue Velvet. In: Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture 1989, 49, 85-98
  • Theresa Geller: 'Deconstructing Postmodern Television in Twin Peaks'. In: The Spectator, vol. 12, no.2, Spring 1992, pp. 65-71.
  • Annette Gentz:Die Anatomie des Krisenraumes : David Lynchs 'Eraserhead'. In: Imaginäre Architekturen : Raum und Stadt als Vorstellung / Annette Geiger [Hrsg.]. – Berlin : Reimer, 2006. – ISBN 3-496-01345-1, p. 182-197
  • Tony Giffone: Twin Peaks as Post-Modernist Parody: David Lynch's Subversion of the British Detective Narrative. In: The Mid-Atlantic Almanack, Vol. 1, 1992. p. 53-60
  • 'David Lynch as a painter' in "Close up" (Italy), April 1997
  • Howard Hampton: David Lynch's secret history of the United States. In: Film Comment 29. 1993. No. 3. p. 38-41, 47-49.
  • Hasund, Kristine 1999: Double identity: The communicative construction of Patricia Arquette's character(s) in Lost Highway. In: Soleim, K. (ed.): Fatal Women. Essays on film noir and related matters. Universietet i Bergen: Senter for humanistisk kvinneforsknings skriftserie nr. 11.
  • Cyndy Hendershot: "Postmodern Allegory and David Lynch's Wild at Heart." In: Critical Arts 9.1 (1995): 5-20
  • D. Hennessy  1997. Art Lover's Lost Highway: David Lynch and World Speak Dumb. Broadsheet. 26 (2).
  • Elizabeth C. Hirschman: Possession and commoditization in "Fatal Attraction", "Blue Velvet" and "Nine and 1/2 Weeks". In: Semiotica 86. 1991. No. 1/2. p. 1-24.
  • James Hoberman: "Blue Velvet". In: Hoberman, James: Vulgar modernism:Writings on movies and other media. - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Temple University Press 1991. (= Culture and the Moving Image.) p. 233-236.
  • Stefan Huber: Postmoderne Welten: "Blue Velvet". In: Filmwelten. Beiträge zum Verhältnis von Film und Gesellschaft. Hrsg. von WILHELM HOFMAN. - Weiden: Schuch-Verlag 1993. p. 153-170.
  • Derek Humphreys: "David Lynch: Stereo-Unheimlichkeit". In: OBJETOS Caídos Revista de Psicoanálisis, vol.3, no.4 (October 1999)
  • Peter Robert Ibarra: "In normality's wake : accomodation, transvaluation, and desperation in selected American films,  1969-1987". 1992, c1993 (285p.) on Blue Velvet and more (afterhours, Easy Rider)
  • Richard T. Jameson: 'Evergreen Velvet'. In: Film Comment, vol.26, no.2, Arch/April 1990, pp.73-75.
  • Anne Jerslev: Rejsen til det morke kontinent - om "Blue Velvet". In: Kultur og Klasse 16. 1989. No. 4(?N). p. 41-64.
  • Anne Jerslev: "The owls are not what they seem" : David Lynch' billedværk. In: Lone Erritzøe (editor): Stil på strimler : om moderne film. København : Amanda, 1992. 251 s. : ill.  ISBN 87-89537-37-8
  • Anne Jerslev: Verden ifølge Lynch - aftegninger i Lynchs produktion. In: At se teksten : essays om tekst og billede / redigeret af Anne Scott Sørensen, Bo Hakon Jørgensen og Lars Ole Sauerberg. Odense : Odense Universitetsforlag, 1993. p. 127-144
  • Anne Jerslev: "Fra maleri til film - David Lynchs Lost Highway." In: ? Institut for Film- og Medievidenskab 1997, Oslo, p. 16-18
  • Anne Jerslev: Hinsides graenserne David Lynchs Lost Highway. In: Kritik. - København. - ISSN
    04545354, Bd. 34 (2001), 152, p. 47-57
  • Thierry Jousse: "Lost Highway, l'isolation sensorielle selon Lynch". In: Cahiers du Cinéma, No. 511. ,1997, p. 57-59
  • Harald Keller: Twin Peaks. In: Kultserien und ihre Stars (Bd. 1) 160 S., 164 Fotos, 17 x 22 cm / Zweite Auflage, 1998 ISBN 3-929470-14-4
  • Gottfried Kerscher: "Wenn man darüber reden kann, hat es nichts mit Kino zu tun" (David Lynch) - Hitchcocks Doppelgängermotiv und Pathosformeln in den Filmen von David Lynch". In: Kritische Berichte, Heft 1/ 1999, S. 4 ff
  • Samuel Kimball: "'Into the light, Leland, into the light': Emerson, Oedipus, and the Blindness of Male Desire in David Lynch's `Twin Peaks,'", Genders, Spring, 1993, no. 16.
  • Danielle Knafo & Kenneth Feiner: Blue Velvet: David Lynch's Primal Scene. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 2002, 83 (6): 1445-51.
  • Gerald Koll: Alphabet der Liebe : verbale Vergewaltigung, sexuelle Tötung bei David Lynch. In: Blimp ; Nr. 40 / 1999, p 4-13 
  • Klaus Kreimeier: Banalitäten in ungewisser Intensität? "Wild at Heart": Zum Problem der Grenzüberschreitung in der medial codierten Wirklichkeit des Films. In: Medien Praktisch 16. 1992. No. 1(61). Sonderteil: Workshop Filmarbeit III. p. II-IV.
  • Detlef Kremer: Deformierte Körper. Gewalt und Groteske bei David Lynch und Francis Bacon. In: Kunst. Macht. Gewalt. Hg. v. Rolf Grimminger. München 2000, S. 209 - 229.
  • Alice Kuzniar: "Ears Looking at You!: E. T. A. Hoffmann's Der Sandmann and David Lynch's Blue Velvet." South Atlantic Review 54 (1989), pp. 7-21.
  • David Laderman: Driving visions : exploring the road movie. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2002. Includes the chapter: The 1990s multicultural road movie [The straight story]- p.175-246: 
  • Thomas Lail: "Pretty, Pretty (Dennis Potter, David Lynch and Hypermorality)". In: SOUP: Art /Culture No.6, 1993. 
  • Sue Lafky: Gender, Power, and Culture in the Televisual World of Twin Peaks: A Feminist Critique. In: Journal of Film and Video, Vol.51, No.3/4, Autumn/Winter 1999/2000, p. 5-19
  • Rob Latham: There's No Place Like Home: Simulating Postmodern America in The Wizard of Oz and Blue Velvet. In: Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, Stow, OH (JFA). 1988, 1:4, 49-58
  • Lynne Layton: Blue Velvet: Parable of Male Development. In: Screen, Oxford, England (Screen). 1994 Winter, 35:4, 374-93
  • Lenora Ledwon: "Twin Peaks" and the television gothic. In: Literature / Film Quarterly 21. 1993. No. 4. p. 260-270.
  • Sander H. Lee: "The Essence of the Human Experience in David Lynch's Blue Velvet," Inquiries into Values and Ethical Views: The Inaugural Sessions of the International Society for Value Inquiry, The Edwin Mellen Press, 1988, pp. 569-584. ISBN 0-88946-338-7
  • Walter Lesch: Die Ästhetik des Bösen als "postmodernes" Stilprinzip? Theologisch-ethische Randbemerkungen zur TV-Serie "Twin Peaks". In: Commuicatio  Socialis 26. 1993. No. 4. p. 355-369.
  • Fabrizio Liberti: La "malattia" di "Twin Peaks". In: Cineforum 30. 1990. No. 12(300). p. 55-58.
  • James Lindroth: "Down the Yellow Brick Road: Two Dorothy's and the Journey of Initiation in Dream and Nightmare". In: Literature/Film Quarterly vol. 18, no. 3 (1990): 160-166
  • Fabienne Liptay: Auf Abwegen - oder wohin führen die Erzählstraßen in den "Roadmovies" von David Lynch? In: Fabienne Liptay (Hrsg.), Yvonne Wolf (Hrsg.) Was stimmt denn jetzt? Unzuverlässiges Erzählen in Literatur und Film. München 2005. S. 307 - 323
  • Randy & Jean-Marc Lofficier: "David Lynch: From Art School to Arrakis". In: Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone Magazine [v4 #6, January/February 1985]
  • Christian Louboutin: L'étrange jardin de Mister Lynch - Le cinéaste David Lynch a créé, en Californie, une jungle de cactées, comme un film en Technicolor. In: Vogue. - Paris : Ed. Condé Nast. - ISSN 07503628, (1998), 789, S. 168-173
  • Roger Luckhurst: Shut(ting) the Fuck Up: Narrating Blue Velvet in the Postmodernist. In : Bete-Noire, Hull, Humberside, England (BeteN). 1989 Autumn-1990 Spring, 8-9, 170-182
  • Ron Magid: 'Blue Velvet - Small Town Horror Tale'. In: American Cinematographer, vol. 67, no.11, November 1986, pp.60-74.
  • Irena Makarushka: Subverting Eden: Ambiguity of Evil and the American Dream in Blue Velvet. In: Religion and American Culture:  A Journal of Interpretation Winter 1991; Volume 1; Number 1
  • Thomas Mang: "American Dreams: David Lynch's Fire Walk with Me". In: The Stuttgart Review Vol. 1
  • Marcia Marzec-Smith: Blue Velvet as Psychomania. In: Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, Pittsburgh, PA (JEP). 1994 March
  • James F. Maxfield: "Now it`s dark". The child`s dream in David Lynch`s Blue Velvet. In: Post Script 8 / 1989, p. 2-17
  • Tanja Michalsky: David Lynch : Lost Highway ; ein filmischer Beitrag zur Medientheorie. In: Das bewegte Bild : Film und Kunst / Thomas Hensel [Hrsg.]. – München : Fink, 2006. – ISBN 3-7705-4150-2, p.397-418
  • Frank Mildenberger: David Lynch. In: Science Fiction Spektrum Nr. 39
  • Michael Moon: 'A Small Boy and Others: Sexual Dis-orientation in Henry James, Kenneth Anger and David Lynch', In: Hortense J. Spillers (ed.): Race, Sex and Nationality in the Modern Text, New York, Routledge 1991
  • Todd McGowan: Finding ourselves on a Lost Highway : David Lynch's lesson in fantasy. In: Cinema journal 39 /200. p. 51-73
  • Jane-Maree Maher: 'Victorian Romeos: The Case of the Elephant Man'. In: Hysteric, 1:58-68, 1995.
  • Olivier Mongin: "Ni trop près, ni trop loin" ou Comment se tenir à bonne distance? À propos de l'Américain David Lynch et de l'Iranien Abbas Kiarostami. In: Esprit. - Paris. - ISSN 00140759, (2000), 2, S. 27-36

  • Geneviève Morel: "This is the girl." Note sur Mulholland Drive, de David Lynch (2001) In: Savoirs et clinique. No2 –2003/1. p. 79-87 . (you´ll find the abstract here)
  • Laura Mulvey: The Pre-Oedipal Father: The Gothicism of Blue Velvet; In: Modern Gothic: A Reader; eds: Victor Sage and Allan Llyod Smith, Manchester / New York; Manchester UP 1996, pp.38-57
  • Laura Mulvey, "Netherworlds and the Unconscious: Oedipus and Blue Velvet", Fetishism and Curiosity (London: BFI Publishing,1996),137-154.
  • Kathleen Murphy: Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round. In: Film Comment, Vol.26, No.6, November/December 1990, p.59-62
  • A. J. Navarro: David Lynch. La irresisible atracción del abismo. In: Dirigido 186, 1990, p. 32-49
  • John Neary: Twin Peaks and Columbo : imaginations in American literature. In: The Way supplement ; 81 Autumn 1994
  • Robin Nelson:  From Twin Peaks, USA, to lesser peaks, UK: Building the postmodern TV audience In: Media culture & society. - London [u.a.] : SAGE Publ.. - ISSN 01634437, Bd. 18 (1996), 4, S. 677-682
  • Antonio Eduardo de Oliveira: "A Comparison of David Lynch and Joseph Conrad." In: Comparative Literature Now: 
    Theories and Practice / La Littérature comparée à l'heure actuelle. Théories et réalisations. Ed. Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek, Milan V. Dimic, and Irene Sywenky. Paris: Honoré Champion, 1999. pp775-80. 
  •  Kjetil Omberg: Veien til marerittet : David Lynch og Eraserhead. In: filmtidsskrift. - 56(1996) nr 2. p. 30-31. (Oslo : Forbundet, 1996)
  • Vincent Ostria: "Notes sur les mondes d'"Eraserhead". In: Cahiers du Cinéma No. 482 (1994). p. 21-23
  • C. Kenneth Pellow: Blue Velvet Once More. In: Literature Film Quarterly, Vol.18, No.3, 1990, p.173-178
  • Scott Pollard: "Cooper, Details, and the Patriotic Mission of Twin Peaks." Literature/Film Quarterly 21 (1993), 296-304. [Extended comparison of Dale Cooper, the main character in the television series Twin Peaks, "to his most luminous predecessor, Walt Whitman."] 
  • Laura Plummer: "I`m not Laura Palmer: David Lynch`s fractured fairy tale." In: Literature/Film Quarterly, Vol.25, No.4, 1997, p.307-311
  • Janine Pourroy,  Don Shay: "The Shape of 'Dune'". In: CINEFEX 21 (48 pages) 
  • Christine Ramsay: Twin Peaks: Mountains or Molehills?. In: Cineaction, No.24/25, August 1991, p.50-59
  • Andreas Rauscher: "Lost in Lynchland. Die Filme von David Lynch (2)". In: Splatting Image Nr. 39, September 1999, p. 5-12
  • Michael R. Real: Postmodern Aesthetics: MTV, David Lynch, and the Olympics (= Chapter 8). In: Michael R. Real:  Exploring media culture : a guide. Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, Inc., c1996. ISBN 0803958765 (alk. paper) / ISBN 0803958773 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • Tico Romao: Beyond the Threshold of Legibility: The Lynchian Aesthetic, Characterisation and Lost Highway. In: Film Studies: An international review Issue 3, Spring 2002
  • Michele Valerie Ronnick: Parallels Between David Lynch’s Log Lady and Meleager’s Mother,” Res Publica Litterarum 23(2000) p. 110-115.
  • Claus Krogholm Sand: "Twin Peaks – en anderledes tv-kultur", in Jens F. Jensen (red.): Analyser af tv og tv-kultur, København: Medusa 1991 (skrevet sammen med Ove Christensen).
  • Claus Krogholm Sand: Faderen og loven: David Lynch og det obskønes politik. In: Politologiske Studier ; 4. årg., nr. 3, septemper 2001. Film og politik. København : Institut for Statskundskab. p. 47-53: 
  • Frank Milo Scheide: "Alfred Hitchcock, His MacGuffin, and the Formalist Style of David Lynch's Twin Peaks." The Journal of Communication Studies, Fall, 1992
  • Gerhard Schneider: Die Zerstörung von Identität - Anmerkungen zu David Lynchs Film Lost Highway. In: Psychoanalyse im Widerspruch, 23, 2000
  • Franziska Schößler: Das Möbiusband der Erinnerung. Gender, Genre und Memoria in den Filmen von David Lynch. In: Erinnern und Geschlecht. Freiburg i. Br. 2007
    Band 20 (2007), 2, S. 143 - 157
  • Georg Seesslen: Breathing Pictures. David Lynch. In: Daidalos. - Berlin : Bertelsmann. - ISSN 07214235, (1998), 68, S. 120-127
  • Jed Sekoff: "Blue Velvet: the surface of suffering". In: Free Associations, No. 31, Centre for Psychotherapeuthic Studies, Sheffield
  • Jane-M. Shattuc: Postmodern Misogyny in Blue Velvet.: Genders, New York, NY (Genders). 1992 Spring, 13, 73-89
  • Steven Shaviro: "Intrusions: Lost Highway and the Future of Narrative," in Para*doxa 4:11 (1998), 501-509.
  • Diane Shoos, Diana George, Joseph Comprone: "Twin Peaks and the Look of Television: Visual Literacy in the Writing Class". In: JAC, 13.2 (1993)
  • Phillip Siegel: Fenster zur inneren Welt. Das Kino des David Lynch und seine phlegmatischen Helden: Das Verborgene muß erwachen. IN: steadycam 17 (Heft 3 / 1990), p. 57-65
  • David Sorfa: Valediction: Forbidding Love Letters: The Law of the Name: Censorship and Fetishism in the South African Cut of Blue Velvet (with Some Thoughts on Inter Action). In: Inter Action 2: Proc. of 2nd Post-Graduate Conf. Held at Bain's Kloof, Sept. 1993
  • Lesley Stern: The Oblivious Transfer: Analyzing Blue Velvet. In: Camera Obscura: A Journal of Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies, Bloomington, IN (CamObsc). 1992 May, 30, 77-90
  • Gary J. and Susan Svehla (editors): Guilty pleasures of the horror film. Baltimore, Md. : Midnight Marquee P., 1996. Includes a chapter on Dune
  • Aaron Taylor: Rough Beasts Slouch Toward Bethlehem To Be Born: Eraserhead and the Grotesque Infant (Whose Hour Has Come Roung At Last). In: Revue canadienne d'études cinématographiques / Canadian Journal of Film Studies.Volume 9, No. 2 Christian Kold Thomsen: Psykoanalytiske billeder i melodramatisk regi: Tom Sawyer og Blue velvet. In: At se teksten : essays om tekst og billede / redigeret af Anne Scott Sørensen, Bo Hakon Jørgensen og Lars Ole Sauerberg. Odense : Odense Universitetsforlag, 1993. p. 115-126
  • Bodil Marie Thomsen: "Through my (t)ears...En analyse af Blue Velvet"; Kyndrup og Lehmann (red.): Formalle Rum. Æstetikstudier III, Århus 1996. ISSN 1395-1467. - Nr. 3 (1996), s. 67-82
  • Renee Tobe: "Frightening and familia : David Lynch's Twin Peaks and the North American suburb". In: Visual culture and tourism (2003), p.241-258
  • Jerry-A. Varsava: "Blue Velvet and the Revisioning of the Middle-American Idyll". In: D'haen-Theo (ed.); Bertens-Hans (ed.). Narrative Turns and Minor Genres in Postmodernism. Amsterdam :Rodopi, 1995. pp. 295-317
  • Sharon Willis: "Special Effects: Sexual and Social Difference in Wild at Heart", in: Camera Obscura, Vol. 25-26 (1992), S. 275-296. 
  • Sharon Willis: "'Lynching' as Entertainment: Race and Gender in David Lynch's Wild at Heart" EAST-WEST FILM JOURNAL Vol. 5 No. 2, 1991
  • Judith Bryant Wittenberg and Robert Gooding-Williams: "The "strange world" of Blue velvet : conventions, subversions and the representation of women". In: Sexual politics and popular culture / edited by Diane Raymond. Bowling Green, Ohio : Bowling Green State University Popular Press, c1990
  • Bret Wood: "Bluer Velvet. There`s more to the mystery". In: Video Watchdog, March/April 1991, pg. 32-45
  • Tom Zaniello: "Hitched or Lynched: Who Directed Twin Peaks?" Studies in Popular Culture, vol. 17 no. 1. 1994 Oct. pp: 55-64
  • Slavoj Zizek: "David Lynch oder deutscher Idealismus im Kino", In: RISS. Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse 39/40 (1997), S. 199-207
  • ??? 'Sounds bei David Lynch" In: testcard - sound No. 3 ISBN 3-931555-02-X.
  • ??? Möbel aus Twin Peaks. In: Design-Report. - Stuttgart. - ISSN 09323724, (1997), 9, S. 15