General Studies

BERNHARDT-HOUSE, Philip, and John Carey. Werewolves, Magical Hounds, and Dog-Headed Men in Celtic Literature: A Typological Study of Shape-Shifting. Lewiston: Mellen, 2010.
BLACK, George F. A List of Works Relating to Lycanthropy. New York: New York Public Library, 1920. [GGI: 2360].
CHAPPELL, Shelley. "Contemporary Werewolf Schemata: Shifting Representations of Racial and Ethnic Difference." International Research in Children's Literature. 2.1 (2009): 21-35.
CHASE. Richard and David TEASLEY. "Little Red Riding Hood: Werewolf and Prostitute." Historian 57 (1995): 769-76.
COPPER, Basil. The Werewolf in Legend, Fact, and Art. New york: St. Martin's Press, 1977. [GGI: 2362].
EISLER, Robert. Man into Wolf. New York: Philosophic Library, 1952. [GGI: 2363].
GUÐMUNDSDÓTTIR, Aðalheiður .  “The Werewolf in Medieval Icelandic Literature”.  The Journal of English and Germanic Philology .  106.3 (Jul., 2007): 277-303.
GUTENBURG, Andrea. "Shape-Shifters from the Wilderness: Werewolves Roaming the Twentieth Century." The Abject of Desire: The Aestheticization of the Unaesthetic in Contemporary Literature and Culture.  Eds. Konstanze Kutzbach and Monika Mueller.  Amstedam: Rodopi, 2007. 149-180.
HAMEL, Frank. Human Animals. London: W.Rider, 1915. [GGI: 2364].
HELDRETH, Lillian M. “Tanith Lee’s Werewolves Within: Reversals of Gothic Tradition.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 2:1 (1989): 15-23.
KITTREDGE, George Lyman. “Metamorphosis.” Witchcraft in Old New England. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1928. 174-184. [GGI: 2365].
KRAUSS, Friedrich Salamon. “Der Werewolf.” Slavische volkvorschungen: Abhandlungen Über glauben, gewohnheitsrechte, sitten, bräuche, und die guslarenlieder der südslaven. Leipzig, Germay: W. Heims, 1908. 137-144. [GGI: 2366].
KRYS, Svitlana.  “Metamorphoses of the Werewolf”.  Canadian Review of Comparative Literature.  37.4 (2010):  405-410.  
MCCONE, Kim R. “Werewolves, Cyclopses, Diberga, and Fianna: Juvenile Delinquency in Early Ireland.” Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 12 (1986): 1-22. [GGII: 1425].
O’DONNELL, Elliott. Werewolves. New York: Longrue Press, 1965. [GGI: 2368].
OGIER, Darryl. "Night Revels and Werewolfery in Calvinist Guernsey." Folklore 109 (1998): 53-62.
OINAS, Felix J. Introduction. Werewolf in The Golden Steed: Seven Baltic Plays. Ed. Alfreds Straumanis. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, 1979. [GGI: 2369].
OTTEN, Charlotte. A Lycanthropy Reader: Werewolves in Western Culture. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse UP, 1986. [GGII: 1426].
PARKER, John. "Northern Gothic: Witches, Ghosts and Werewolves in the Savanna Hinterland of the Gold Coast, 1900s-1950s." Africa: Journal of the International African Institute 76.3 (2006): 352-80.
PYLE, Andrew Scott. "Bestiality, Sexuality, Aggression: The Track of the Werewolf in French Literature." Diss.  Emory University, 2012.
SMITH, Kirby Flower. “An Historical Study of the Werewolf in Literature.” Publications of the Modern Language Society 9 (1984): 1-42. [GGI: 2369A].
SNIDER, Zoë. "Vampires, Werewolves, and Oppression: Twilight and Female Gender Stereotypes." Young Scholars in Writing: Undergraduate Research in Writing and Rhetoric.  9 (2012): 128-36.
SPENCE, Lewis. “The Cult of the Werewolf in Europe.” Occult Review 34.4 91921): 221-26. [GGI: 2370].
STEWART, Caroline Taylor. “The Origin of the Werewolf Superstition.” University of Missouri Studies (Social Science Series) 2.3 (1909): 1-22. [GGI: 2371].
STYPCZYNSKI, Brent A. "Evolution of the Werewolf Archetype from Ovid to J. K. Rowling."  Diss.  Kent State U, 2009.
STYPCZYNSKI, Brent. "Wolf in Professor's Clothing: J. K. Rowling's Werewolf as Educator." Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 20.1 (2009): 57-69.
SUMMERS, Montague. The Werewolf. New Hyde Park, NY: University Books, 1966. [GGI: 2372].
UNSIGNED. “Lycanthropy.” Occult Review 25.4 (1917): 214-17. [GGI: 2367].
WILSON, Natalie. "Civilized Vampires Versus Savage Werewolves: Race and Ethnicity in the Twilight Series." Bitten by Twilight: Youth Culture, Media, and the Vampire Franchise. Eds. Click, Melissa A., et al.  New York: Peter Lang, 2010. 55-70.
WILSON, Natalie. "It's a Wolf Thing: The Quileute Werewolf/Shape-Shifter Hybrid as Noble Savage." Theorizing Twilight: Critical Essays on What's at Stake in a Post-Vampire World.  Eds. Parke, Maggie and Natalie Wilson.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2011. 194-208