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Sanjek, R. and Sanjek, D. (1991) The American Popular Music Business in the 20th Century. New York: Oxford University Press.
Sanjek, (1992) ‘Pleasure and Principles: Issues of Authenticity in the Analysis of Rock’n’Roll,’ Journal of Popular Music Studies.
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Sanjek, D. (1994) ‘Don’t Have to DJ No More: Sampling and the Autonomous Creator,’ in Martha Woodmansee and Peter Jansi, eds. The Construction of Authorship: Textual Appropriation in Law and Literature. Duke University Press.
Sanjek, R. and Sanjek, D. (1996) Pennies from Heaven: The American Popular Music Business in the Twentieth Century. New York: Da Cappo Press.
Sanjek, D. (1997) ‘Can a Fujiama Mama be the Female Elvis? The Wild, Wild Women of Rockabilly,’ in Whiteley, S. ed. Sexing the Groove. London: Routledge, pp. 137-167
Sanjek, D. (1997) ‘One Size Does Not Fit All: The Precarious Position of the African-American Entrepreneur in Post WW2 American Popular Music,’ American Music 15, 4, 535-562
Sanjek, D. (1998) ‘Reeling in the Years: American Vernacular Music & Documentary Film,’ in Brophy, P. ed. Cinesonic: The World of Sound in Film. Sydney: AFTRS Publishing.
Sanjek, D. (1998) ‘Blue Moon of Kentucky Rising over the Mystery Train,’ in Cecilia Tichi, ed. Reading Country Music: Steel Guitars, Opra Stars and Honkytonk Bars. Duke University Press, p. 22-44
Sanjek, D. (1998) ‘Popular Music and the Synergy of Corporate Culture,’ in Thomas Swiss, J. Sloop and E. Herman, eds. Mapping the Beat: Popular Music and Contemporary Theory. Oxford: Blackwell,
Sanjek, D. (1999) ‘Institutions,’ in T. Swiss and B. Horner, eds. Key Terms in Popular Music and Culture. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 46-56
Sanjek, D. (2002) ‘Tell Me Something I Don’t Already Know,’ in Norman Kelley, ed. Rhythm and Business: The Political Economy of Black Music. New York: Akashic Books.
Sanjek, D. (2004) ‘All the Memories Money Can Buy: Marketing Authenticity and Manufacturing Authorship,’ in Eric Weisbard, ed.,This is Pop, Harvard University Press, 155–172.
Sanjek, D. (2004) ‘In My Time of Dying: Johnny Cash, Johnny Paycheck, Gary Stewart and Cycles of Hipness,’ Peper at American Studies Association Convention, November 13th.
Sanjek, D. (2005) ‘I Give it a 94. It’s Got a Beat and You can Dance to It. Valuing Popular Music,’ in Michael Berube, The Aesthetics of Cultural Studies: An Introduction. Oxford: Blackwell, p. 117-139.
Sanjek, D. (2006) ‘Navigating the Channel: Recent Scholarship on African-American Popular Music,’ Journal of Popular Music Studies 11, 1, 167-192
Sanjek, D. (2006) ‘Ridiculing the White Bread Original: The Politics of Parody and Preservation of Greatness in Luther Campbell, AKA Luke Skyywalker et al vs. Acuff-Rose Music, Inc.,’ Cultural Studies 20, 2-3, pp. 262-281.
Sanjek, D (2008) ‘Shock Jocks: Making Mayhem Over the Radio ‘, in Battleground: The Media Volume 2 (O-Z). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson/Prentice-Hall.
Sanjek, D. (2009) ‘Bank Accounts and Black Narcissus: Jimmie Rodgers and the Professionalization of American Popular Music’, in Waiting For A Train: Jimmie Rodgers’s America. Burlington, Mass.: Rounder Books , 65-81
Sanjek, D. (2011) ‘What Hath Phast Phreddie Wrought?: Los Angeles, Punk Music and the Recovery of Race,’ Journal of Post-Punk.
Sanjek, D. (2011) ‘Hard of Hearing: Acoustic Legacies and Public Policies,’ Popular Music & Society.
Sanjek, D. (2011) ‘African-American Music and the Recording Industry: An Introduction,’ in Encyclopedia of African-American Music, Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press.
Sanjek, D. (2011) ‘African-American Music and the Recording Industry: 1919-1942′, in: Encyclopedia of African-American Music,’ Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press.
Sanjek, D. (2011) ‘African-American Music and the Recording Industry: 1942-68’, in Encyclopedia of African-American Music. Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press.
Sanjek, D. (2011) ‘Jump Blues,’ in Encyclopedia of African-American Music. Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press.
Sanjek, D. (2011) ‘What’s Syd Got To Do With It?: King Records, Henry Glover and the Complex Achievement of Crossover,’ in Hidden In The Mix: African American Country Music Traditions. Durham: Duke University Press.
Sanjek, D (2012) ‘Groove Me: Listening to the Discs of Northern Soul,’ in Transatlantic Routes of American Roots Music. Farnham: Ashgate.
Sanjek, D. (2012) ‘Putting It Together: The Institutionalization of the American Musical Theatre,’ in Oxford Handbook of the American Musical Theatre. New York: Oxford University Press.
Sanjek, D. (2012) ‘Jimmy Bowen’, in Grove Dictionary of American Music. New York: Oxford University Press…. [and various other entries: Johnny Otis; the Orioles; Gene Vincent; Sister Rosetta Tharpe; Clyde McPhatter; Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes; Neville Brothers; Tracy Nelson; Doo Wop; Eddie Fisher; Ink Spots; Brenda Lee; Tony Brown; Allen Toussaint; Jim Denny; the Dells]
Sanjek, D. (2012) ‘Zappa and the Freaks: Recording Wild Man Fisher’, in Paul Carr, ed. Frank Zappa: Key Essays on the Contextualization of his Legacy. Farnham: Ashgate.
Sanjek, D. (2013) ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want: Riding on the Medicine Ball Caravan,’ in Sights and Sounds: Interrogating the Music Documentary. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press.
Sanjek, D. and Halligan, B. eds. (2013) The Music Documentary. London: Routledge.
C I N E M A
Sanjek, D. (1990) ‘Fans’ Notes: The Horror Film Magazine,’ Literature / Film Quarterly 18, 3, p. 150-160
Ernst Mathijs and Xavier Mendiks, eds. The Cult Film Reader (2007) Maidenhead: Open University Press, pp. 419-428.
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Sanjek, D. (1996) ‘Dr Hobbes Parasites: Victims, Victimization and Gender In David Cronenberg’s Shivers,’ Cinema Journal 36, 1, 55-74.
Sanjek, D. (2003) ‘The Doll and The Whip: Pathos and Ballyhoo in William Castle´s Homicidal,’ Quarterly Review of Film and Video 20, 4, pp.247-264
Sanjek, D. (2003) ‘A Brief Reign of Terror [on Gordon Hessler],’ Pop Matters
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