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A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...

There were wookies, pod races, and horizons with two moons. Whole galaxies formed alliances and broke them. Some heroes fell and arose to dark destinies. The Star Wars universe is rooted deeply in the pop culture consciousness, and the original trilogy created a multi-million dollar legacy that inspired a franchise that is still relevant today. Star Wars has inspired countless in their exploration of the bounds of science fiction, and has put forward philosophies and discussions that we use to reflect on our own society's future. May the force be with you as you check out these cosmic reads!

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In this display:

  • Brin, D., & Stover, M. W. (Eds.). (2015). Star wars on trial: The force awakens edition. BenBella Books, Inc.
  • Brode, D., & Deyneka, L. (Eds.). (2012). Myth, media, and culture in star wars: An anthology. Scarecrow Press.
  • Brooks, M., Amble, J., Cavanaugh, M., & Gates, J. (Eds.). (2018). Strategy strikes back: How star wars explains modern military conflict. Potomac Books.
  • Casey, D. (2015). 100 things star wars fans should know & do before they die. Triumph Books.
  • Decker, K., & Eberl, J. (2005). Star wars and philosophy: More powerful than you can possibly imagine. Open Court.
  • Dugdale, M. (2012). Star wars the original trilogy – the ultimate quiz book: Questions from a galaxy far, far, away. Andrews UK, Ltd
  • Elovaara, M. (2013). Fan Phenomena: Star Wars. Intellect Books.
  • Felix, R. (2016). George lucas: The imagination behind star wars. ABDO Publishing Company.
  • Galipeau, S. A. (2001). The journey of luke skywalker: An analysis of modern myth and symbol. Open Court.
  • Golding, D. (2019). Star wars after lucas: A critical guide to the future of the galaxy. University of Minnesota Press.
  • Hassler-Forest, D., & Guynes, S. (Eds.). (2017). Star wars and the history of transmedia storytelling. Amsterdam University Press.
  • Jamilla, N. (2008). Sword fighting in the star wars universe: Historical origins, style and philosophy. McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers.
  • McDonald, P. F. (2013). Star wars heresies: Interpreting the themes, symbols and philosophies of episodes i, ii and iii. McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers.
  • O'Connell, M. (2018). Watching skies : Star wars, spielberg and us. The History Press.
  • Silvio, C., Vinci, T. M., Palumbo, D. E., & Sullivan, C. W. I. (Eds.). (2007). Culture, identities and technology in the star wars films: Essays on the two trilogies. McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers.