Requested by Rachel Love

POSSIBLE ACADEMIC BOOK TITLES THAT ARE REALLY BAD PUNS

  1. "I'll Stendahl My Loving to You: The French Realist Tradition in British Popular Music, 1950–1970" PhD Diss. 2010. Yale Univ.
  2. "Tequila Mockingbird: The Reception of the Southern Gothic Bildungsroman in Mexico and Points South." PhD Diss. 1999. Duke Univ.
  3. "Wok and Rome: The Possibility of Late-Imperial Mass Migration to the Far East." PhD Diss. 2001. Yale Univ.
  4. "Bob's Burghers: A Study in Figural Representation from the Dutch Masters to 21st Century American Animation." PhD Diss. 2015. U.C. Berkeley.
  5. "Eco-logues? Rethinking the Roman Pastoral through the Lens of Eco Criticism." PhD Diss. 1995. Stanford Univ.
  6. Track-tatus: The Influence of Railroad Travel on the Development of the Thought of Ludwig Wittgenstein, with an Afterword about the Influence of the Thought of Ludwig Wittgenstein on the Development of the Railroads." PhD Diss. 1988. Univ. of Chicago.
  7. "Ex-Chancellor of Checkers: The Improbable Story of Gerhard Schröder's Rise to Fame as an International Checkers Champion in the Wake of his Leadership of Post-Reunification Germany." PhD Diss. 2006. Cambridge Univ.
  8. Loose habits: St Augustine's nunnery
  9. Augustine, Confessions of a teenage Manichaean
  10. "My 'Dreams' and My Cardigan: The Pschogenesis of the Oeuvre of Miley Cyrus." PhD. Diss. 2000. Univ. of Wisconsin.
  11. "Sex and the 'City of God': These are a Few of Augustine's Favorite Things." PhD Diss. 2002. Univ. of Melbourne.
  12. "Hippo of Augustine. Decentering the Human in Late Antique North Africa." PhD Diss. 1988. Univ. of N. Carolina.
  13. Augustine: "make me tenured but not yet" Self-published. 1965
  14. "But Zen I Got High: Mountain Climbing as Ritual in East Asian Buddhism." PhD Diss. 2009. Univ. of Colorado Boulder.
  15. "Of Meissen Men: Germany's Porcelain Makers and the Early Stages of the Industrial Revolution(s)." New York: Columbia UP. 2003.
  16. "Whose De Man?: Gender and The (Mis)Appropriations of a Legend of Literary Criticism. Durham, N.C.: Duke UP, 2014)