Some Titles for Adademic Papers about the Fast and the Furious Franchise
- Dwayne Johnsons and ‘Hard’ Places: Situating Hypermasculine Performances in Fast Five
- Tokyo Drift and the Orientalism of the Post-Western
- Signalling Genre with Title in the Fast and the Furious Franchise
- Bicep Size, Film Length: Correlation or Causation?
- ‘Cars Don’t Fly’: Falling Towards Los Angeles and the Topography of Racial Identity in Furious 7
- Dominic Toretto: Budding Anarcho-capitalist?
- Beasts in Cages: Towards a Theory of Domesticity in the Fast and the Furious Franchise
- Car-tharsis: Aristotelian Tragedy and The Fate of the Furious
- Commercialising Subaltern Identities in the Furious Franchise
- Defending, and Defining, the Furious Franchise Family: Polishing the Beast in the Garage
- The Street Always Wins, But The Street Is Hegemonic
- Generative Trauma and the Spectre of Deckard Shaw
- Tony Jaa, Ronda Rousey, and Iggy Azalea: Strategic Authenticity And Metacasting
- Narrative Amnesia: From ‘Travelling Light’ (1944) to ‘Fast & Furious 6’ (2013)
- Quantifying Furiosity in the Fast & Furious Franchise
- Rousey and Rabelais: Refiguring the Bahktinian Grotesque in Furious 7
- Fast Five and the Postmodern Heist
- Wrenches and Wenches: Performativity in the Fictional Garage
- Is The Garage Just Another Closet?
There’s no Journal of Fastness Studies, but there should be.