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Parveen Adams: The end of the reel, Sur le film Crash de David Cronenberg. In: La revue de Savoirs et clinique. N° 2 (Premières amours). (available here)
Tommi Aitio: "Ruumiin ja mielen kuvat. David Cronenbergin elokuvallista projektia hahmottamassa." Filmihullu 3/1993.
Silvia Albertazzi:. "Letteratura e cinema: David Cronenberg dagli incubi del gotico inglese ai disagi dell'eta postcoloniale." Problemi: Periodico Quadrimestrale di Cultura 103 (1995): 234-241.
A. Aronadio: Psycho(patho)logical hermeneutics of a film text: the double in “Dead ringers” by d. Cronenberg. In: COIRAG magazine. Groups in clinics, institutions, society.   Vol.IV, n.1, Gennaio - Aprile 2002  // you can read an abstract here
Linda Badley: "David Cronenberg's anatomy lessons." In: Film, horror, and the body fantastic  p. 125-36. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1995. Contributions to the study of popular culture ; no. 48. 
William Beard: "The Canadianness of David Cronenberg." Mosaic 1994 June, 27:2, 113-33. 
William Beard:  "Lost and Gone Forever: Cronenberg’s Dead Ringers." Post Script 15.2 (1996): 18.
William Beard: "Insect Poetics: Cronenberg's Naked Lunch." Canadian Review of Comparative Literature 23.3 (Sept. 1996): 823-52.
Ivana Betites: Imaginário tecnológico em David Cronemberg. In: Lugar Comum. Nº 12    Set./Dez. 2000. p. 179ff. 
Elisabeth Bronfen: A Womb of One's Own, or the Strange Case of David Cronenberg. In: The knotted subject : hysteria and its discontents / Elisabeth Bronfen. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1998.
Mikita Brottman, Christopher Sharrett: "David Cronenberg's 'Crash' and the Fading of the West," in Lost Highways: An Illustrated History of the Road Movie, by Jack Sargeant and Stephanie Watson, editors (Creation Books, London, April 2000)
Mary B. Campbell:  "Biological Alchemy and the Films of David Cronenberg." In: Planks of Reason: Essays on the Horror Film / edited by Barry Keith Grant. pp: 307-320. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1984. 
James L. Cherney:  : Sexy cyborgs: disability and erotic politics in Cronenberg's Crash. In: Screening disability : essays on cinema and disability / edited by Christopher R. Smit & Anthony Enns. Lanham : U.P. of America, 2001.p. 165-180. 
Michael J. Collins: "Medicine, Surrealism, Lust, Anger, and Death: Three Early Films by David Cronenberg." Post Script 15.2 (1996). 62-69.
(Roberta) Jill Craven: "Ironic Empathy in Cronenberg’s Crash: The Psychodynamics of Postmodern Displacement from a Tenuous Reality" will appear in Quarterly Review of Film and Video Fall 2000.
Angela Curran: “Aristotelian Reflections on Horror and Tragedy in An American Werwolf in London and The Sixth Sense”. In:  DARK THOUGHTS PHILOSOPHIC REFLECTIONS ON CINEMATIC HORROR Edited by Steven Jay Schneider and Daniel Shaw Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, forthcoming 2002

(on tragic elements in horror films, including The Fly, you can read an abstract here

Teresa De Lauretis: Popular culture, public and private fantasies : feminity and fetishism in David Cronenberg's "M. Butterfly" / In: Signs ; 24(1999)2, p.304 - 334
DL Downing and K Kerbis: Exterminate all rational thought: David Cronenberg's filmic vision of William S. Burroughs's Naked Lunch. In: Psychoanal Rev, Oct 1998; 85(5): 775-92.
Marta Dvorak: Cinéma/Canada. Rennes : Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2000. Includes the chapter S"Un cinéma de déviance 'ecartelé entre deux extrémités: Cronenberg, Egoyan, Rozema et les autres" (p- 83-96)
Murray Forman: Boys Will Be Boys: David Cronenberg's Crash Course in Heavy Mettle. In: Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls: gender in film at the end of the 20th century. Pomerance, Murray (editor). State University of New York Press 2001
Arthur W. Frank: "Twin Night Moves of the Medical Simulacrum: Jean Baudrillard and David Cronenberg": 82-97. In: William Stearns and William Chaloupka, eds. Jean Baudrillard: The Disappearance of Art and Politics. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992
Marcie Frank: "The Camera and the Speculum. David Cronenberg's Dead Ringers". PMLA 106/3 (May): 459-470.  (1991)
Shelley Ann Gage: "David Cronenberg: Post-Body and Post-Feminism." Porno(In)ferno #12, San Francisco, 1991.
Gaile McGregor: Grounding the countertext: David Cronenberg...horror. In: Canadian Journal of Film Studies Spring 1992, pp.43-62 
Lee Goldberg ... [et al.]: The dreamweavers : interviews with fantasy filmmakers of the 1980s /   The dead zone / Videodrome. p. 58-74:
Robert Haas: "Introduction: The Cronenberg Monster: Literature, Science, and Psychology in the Cinema of Horror." Post Script 15.2 (1996): 3-10. 
Howard Hampton: . "When in Videodrome: Travels in the New Flesh". Art Forum 31 (February (1993): 70-73.
John D. Harkness:  "David Cronenberg: Brilliantly Bizzare". Cinema Canada No.72 (March 1981): 9-17. Includes Robert MacMillan: "Shivers... Makes Your Flesh Creep!"
John D. Harkness: . "The word, the flesh, and the films of David Cronenberg". Cinema Canada No.97 (June 1983): 23-25.
Jesse Horsting: Dead Zone. What if one man could save Humanity?. In: Fantastic Films 1 / 1984
Andrew Hultkrans: Body works : Andrew Hultkrans talks with J. G. Ballard and David Cronenberg. In: Artforum 36. 1997 (1997) No. 7, S. 76-81, 118
Maggie Humm: "Cronenberg’s Films and Feminist Theory….", in: Maggie Humm: Feminism and Film. Edinburgh : Edinburgh U.P., 1997. (1997), pp.58-89.
Kelly Hurley: "Reading like an alien: posthuman identity in Ridley Scott's Alien and David Cronenberg's Rabid." In: Posthuman bodies / edited by Judith Halberstam and Ira Livingston. pp. 203-24. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1995. Series title: Unnatural acts. 
Ryusuke Imai: David Cronenberg The Filmmaker of Bodily Metamorphosis. In: ICONICS Japanese Edition. No.66, 2001
Bo Green Jensen: De 25 bedste film fra 90'erne. København : Rosinante, 1999. (Discussing 25 important films of the 90s, including David Cronenberg´s Crash
Eva Jørholt: The metaphor made flesh : a philosophy of the body disguised as biological horror film. In: Micropolitics of media culture. 2001. p. 75-100
Eva Jørholt: David Cronenberg og "The new flesh". In: Sekvens.  1997. - p. 109-126
Claus Junker:Arrede kroppe i skinnende maskiner : om David Cronenbergs vej mod Crash. In: Øjeblikket. - Årg. 7, nr. 31 (1997). - p. 18-23
Linda S. Kauffman: "David Cronenberg's surreal abjection." In: Kauffman, Linda S., 1949- Bad girls and sick boys: fantasies in contemporary art and culture / Linda S. Kauffman. p. 115-45. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, c1998. 
Douglas Kellner: "David Cronenberg: Panic horror and the postmodern body".In: Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory, 13, 3, 1989.
Adam Knee: The metamorphosis of the fly. (In a special issue on film genres - an article looking at the 1958 science fiction/horrorfilm The FLY (Kurt Neumann), comparing it with the 1986 remake by David Cronenberg.) In WIDE ANGLE January 1992, pp.20-34 
Henry Krips. Fetish: An Erotics of Culture. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1999; x+200pp.; ISBN: 0801485371 (pbk.) (includes a disussion of Cronenberg´s Crash)
Elena Lamberti:  Crash by J.G. Ballard and D. Cronenberg: Prosthetic Bodies and Collective Psychopathologies. In: TEXTUS -  English Studies in Italy.,  Anno XIII (2000)

N. 1 - DISCOURSES ON/OF THE BODY edited by Vita Fortunati and Stephen Greenblatt: Vita Fortunati and Stephen Greenblatt. Available here

Rob Latham: Screening desire : posthuman couplings in Atom Egoyan's Speaking parts and David Cronenberg's Videodrome. In: Trajectories of the fantastic : selected essays from the Fourteenth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts / edited by Michael A. Morrison. International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts (14th ; 1993) 
Date: 1997. Editeur: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press  Collection: (Contributions to the study of science fiction and fantasy, ISSN 0193-6875 ; no. 70) 
Description: xx, 220 p. ; 24 cm 
David Levery: Frome cinespace to cyberspace: Zionists and Agents, Realists and Gamers in The Matrix and eXistenZ.(Critical Essay). In: Journal of Popular Film and Television Winter, 2001
Karin Littau: Adaptation, teleportation and mutation from Langelaan's to Cronenberg's The fly. In: Alien identities : exploring differences in film and fiction / edited by Debroah Cartmell ... [et al.].   London : Pluto P., 1999. p. 141-155    ISBN: 0745314007
Ruy Sardinha Lopes: Videodrome: a síndrome da hiperrealidade. In: Comunicação&política Volume 9 (2-3-4) 1989

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Adam Lowenstein: Trauma made flesh: David Cronenberg and the limits of shock horror. In Adam Lowenstein "Shock waves : trauma, history, and art in the modern horror film". Ann Arbor, MI : UMI, 1999. p. 189-252
Timothy R. Lucas: "David Cronenberg: A Postscript." The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, Fall 1981, 7, pp. 10-15.
Amy Lund: Ordinary, Extraordinary, Real, and True: Negotiating the Boundaries in Cronenberg's Naked Lunch. In:  Kevin L. Stoehr (editor): Film and Knowledge. Essays on the Integration of Images and Ideas. McFarland & Comp. Publishers ISBN: 0-7864-1320-4
249pp. photographs, notes, index $39.95 softcover 2002
L. McLarty: "Beyond the Veil of the Flesh: Cronenberg and the Disembodiment of Horror", in The Dread of Difference (ibid), pp.231-254.
JaneMaree Maher: 'We Don't Do Babies": Reproduction in David Cronenberg's, Dead Ringers', Journal of Gender Studies, Vol 11(2): 119-128. 2002
E. Mathijs: Moraliteit en hedendaagse film: David Cronenberg, Nieuw Tijdschrift van de VUB, 1993, Vol. 6, nr. 3, pp. 201-212.
E. Mathijs: David Cronenberg en de horrorfilm, Nieuw Tijdschrift van de VUB (themanummer: jongeren en hun omgeving), februari 1998, pp. 92-106.
Gaile McGregor: Grounding the Countertext: David Cronenberg and the Ethnospecificity of Horror. In: Canadian Journal of Film Studies Volume 2 No. 1, 1992
John McCarty (ed.): The fearmakers : the screen's directorial masters of suspense and terror. New York : St. Martin's P., 1994. includes about 10 pages on David Cronenberg
Lianne McLarty:"'Beyond the Veil of the Flesh': Cronenberg and the Disembodiment of Horror." In: The dread of difference: gender and the horror film / edited by Barry Keith Grant. pp: 231-52. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1996. Texas film studies series. 
Sylvestre Meininger. Faux-semblants (David Cronenberg) : masochisme masculin et politique des auteurs. in: Iris Revue semestrielle de théorie de l’image et du son. No. 26
Kim Newman: Nightmare movies : a critical history of the horror film, 1968-88. London : Bloomsbury, 1988. Includes a chapter on David Cronenberg (p. 116-121)
Beate Ochsner: Die (Un-)Ordnung der Bilder: Realität und Simulation bei David Cronenberg.“ In: Lorenz Engell; Oliver Fahle (Hrsg.): Störzeichen: Das Bild angesichts des Realen (im Druck). You can read an abstract here
Beate Ochsner: «Est-on encore dans le jeu?» Mutation, hybridation et réalité virtuelle dans eXistenZ de David Cronenberg", In: Pratiques médiatiques de la manipulation identitaire, hrsg. von Olivier Asselin, Johanne Lamoureux und Christine Ross (im Druck)
Corinne Oster: Dead Ringers: A Case of Psychosis in Twins”. In: American Imago, Vol. 56, no.2, Summer 1999, pp.181-202.
Andrew Parker: "Grafting David Cronenberg: Monstrosity, AIDS Media, National/Sexual Difference." In: Media spectacles / edited by Marjorie Garber, Jann Matlock & Rebecca L. Walkowitz. pp: 209-31 New York: Routledge, 1993. 
Horst Pukallus: "The Naked Lunch": über William S. Burroughs und David Cronenberg. In: HEYNE Das Science Fiction Jahr - Ausgabe 1993. Munich
François Ramasse: "La chair dans l' âme ( Faux-Semblants)." Positif (March 1989), 337: 29n2. (on Dead Ringers).
Christine Ramsay: Dead Queers: One Legacy of the Trope of "Mind Over Matter" in the Films of David Cronenberg. In: Revue canadienne d'études cinématographiques / Canadian Journal of Film Studies. Volume 8, No. 1

you can read an abstract here

Christine Ramsay: Male Horror: On David Cronenberg. In: Boys : masculinities in contemporary culture / edited by Paul Smith. Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1996.
Manfred Riepe: Karzinome der Lust: Körper und Fremdkörper in David Cronenbergs Filmen (Die Zukunft des Körpers II). In: Kunstforum, Band 133, Februar – April 1996, Seite 200,
Manfred Riepe: Sie kommen von innen... Körper und Fremdkörper in David Cronenbergs Filmen. In: Lenger/Sasse/Tholen (Hg.), Zäsuren 1 (E-Journal für Philosophie, Medien, Kunst und Politik, (www.zaesuren.de) [offline]
H.W. Robbins:  ‘More Human Than I Am Alone: Womb envy in David Cronenberg’s The Fly and Dead Ringers. In Cohan, S. & Hark, I.A. (eds.) Screening the Male: Exploring masculinities in Hollywood cinema. London & New York: Routledge (1993). pp. 134-147.
Jonathan Rosenbaum:  Two forms of adaptation: Housekeeping and Naked lunch. In: Film adaptation / edited by James Naremore. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers U.P., 2000. p. 206-220
Marty Roth: "Twice two: The fly and Invation of the body snatchers" In: Dead ringers : the remake in theory and practice / edited by Jennifer Forrest and Leonard R. Koos .p. 225-242. Albany, NY : State U. of New York P., 2002.
Philippe Rouyer: Le cinéma gore : une esthétique du sang. Paris : Cerf, 1997. (includes four pages on David Cronenberg)
Mary J. Russo: . Twins and Mutant Women: David Cronenberg's Dead Ringers. In: Russo, Mary J. The female grotesque : risk, excess, and modernity. New York : Routledge, c1995. 
Claus Krogholm Sand: "Nekro-narcissisme – om det obskøne hos David Cronenberg", in Ove Christensen (red.): Obscene scenarier, Aalborg: Nordisk Sommeruniversitet 1991.
David Sanjek:  "Dr. Hobbes's Parasites: Victims, Victimization, and Gender in David Cronenberg's Shivers." In: Cinema Journal 36:1, fall 1996: 55-74.
Jack Sargeant: Naked lens. London : Creation Books, 1997. Includes an interview, Cronenberg's Naked lunch (p.211-218)
Christopher Sharrett: "Myth and Ritual in the Post-Industrial Landscape: The Horror Films of David Cronenberg," Persistence of Vision, Vol. I, Nos. 5/6, 1986.
S. Shaviro: Bodies of fear: the films of David Cronenberg. In: The Politics of everyday fear / Brian Massumi, editor.  Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c1993
Adam Simon: The existential deal: An interview with David Cronenberg. In: Critical Quarterly. 2002 Volume 44  // ISSN: 0011-1562 
Gavin Smith: "Cronenberg: Mind Over Matter." Film Comment 33.2 (1997): 14-29.
Lou Stathis: "It Comes From Within : Probing the Twisted (But Not Very Paranoid) Mind of David Cronenberg".  in Heavy Metal, v. 8, no. 6 (Sept. 1984), p. 70-74 (interview)
Simone Suchet:  "Un cinéma de déviance 'écartelé entre deux extrémités' : Cronenberg, Egoyan, Rozema et les autres". In: Marta Dvorak (ed.):  Cinéma/Canada. Rennes : Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2000. 
115 p. ; 22 cm.   ISBN 2868474896 (br.)
Asuman Sumer:   "Postmodern Double Cross: Reading David Cronenberg's 

M. Butterfly as a Horror Story. In: Cinema Journal 37/2 Winter 1998.

Sue Vice: Hallucinatory Reality in David Cronenberg's Naked Lunch. In: Dionysos: The Literature and Addiction TriQuarterly, Seattle, WA (Dionysos). 1993 Winter, 4:3, 43-47
Stanley Wiater: Dark visions : conversations with the masters of the horror film. New York : Avon Books, 1992. Includes a David Cronenberg interview
Linda Ruth Williams: The Inside-out of Masculinity: David Cronenberg's Visceral Pleasures. In: The Body's Perilous Pleasures: Dangerous Desires and Contemporary Culture. Aaron, Michele (ed.). 30-48. Edinburgh University Press 1999
Nicholas Zurbrugg: Will Hollywood never learn? David Cronenberg's Naked Lunch. In: Adaptations : from text to screen, screen to text / edited by Deborah Cartmell and Imelda Whelehan. London ; New York : Routledge, 1999
(no author given): Cinéma parlant. Sèvres : Sirène, 1993.. A collection of interviews, one of them with David Cronenberg.
unknown: David Cronenberg's Theory of Evolution PLUS Cronenberg Crossword. In: Cannibal Culture Issue Three. Available here