Rodgers, D. (2017). Researcher blog by Diane Rodgers: ‘wyrd' British television of the 1970's. [IMPACT Research Blog]. https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/c3riimpact/diane-rodgers-wyrd-tv-blog/?doing_wp_cron=1513331862.0696480274200439453125
Rodgers, D. (2018). The Outcasts: A forgotten, wyrd classic of British folk horror. Cinema Retro, 14 (41), 30-31.
Rodgers, D. (2018). Something Wyrd: Folk Horror, Folklore and British Television. Presented at: Centre for Contemporary Legend Inaugural Symposium, Sheffield Hallam University, 2018
Rodgers, D. (2019). Wyrd on-screen: urban fears and rural folk. In Urban Wyrd. Wyrd Harvest Press
Rodgers, D., & Paciorek, A. (2019). Urban Folklore: An Interview with Diane A. Rodgers. In Folk Horror Revival: Urban Wyrd 2: Spirits of Place. Wyrd Harvest Press
Rodgers, D. (2020). Folk horror, ostension and Robin Redbreast. Revenant, 57-73. http://www.revenantjournal.com/contents/folk-horror-ostension-and-robin-redbreast/
Rodgers, D. (2019). Swinging sixties spies in comic book guise! Fathom and Modesty Blaise. Cinema Retro.
Rodgers, D. (2017). DVD review: The Electric Horseman. Cinema Retro, 38. http://www.cinemaretro.com/index.php?/categories/48-BACK-ISSUES-37-40
Rodgers, D. (2016). DVD REVIEW: Looking for Richard. .
Rodgers, D. (2016). BOOK REVIEW: Cult Cinema: An Arrow Video Companion. .
Rodgers, D. (2016). BOOK REVIEW: Satanic Panic: Pop Cultural Paranoia in the 1980s. .
Rodgers, D. (2015). DVD REVIEW: Mississippi Burning. .
Rodgers, D. (2015). Book Review: the French screen goddess: film stardom and the modern woman in 1930s France by Jonathan Driskell. Cinema Retro, 11 (33), 44.
Rodgers, D. (2015). Book Review: From France with love: gender and indentity in French romantic comedy by Mary Harrod FROM FRANCE WITH LOVE: GENDER AND IDENTITY IN FRENCH ROMANTIC COMEDY by Mary Harrod. . http://www.cinemaretro.com/index.php?/archives/8757-BOOK-REVIEW-FROM-FRANCE-WITH-LOVE-GENDER-AND-IDENTITY-IN-FRENCH-ROMANTIC-COMEDY-By-Mary-Harrod-I.-B.-Tauris.html
Rodgers, D. (2023). "Isn’t Folk Horror All Horror?". In Bayman, L., & Donnelly, K. (Eds.) Folk Horror: Return of the British Repressed. Manchester University Press
Rodgers, D. (2022). Ghosts in the Machine. In The Routledge Companion to Folk Horror. Routledge
Rodgers, D. (2022). The changes: feminist folk horror TV. In What No Man May See, Nor Woman Tell: Women in Folk Horror. To be confirmed
Rodgers, D. (2021). Et in Arcadia Ego: British folk horror film and television. In Hart, C., & Cheeseman, M. (Eds.) Folklore and Nation in Britain and Ireland. Routledge: https://www.routledge.com/Folklore-and-Nation-in-Britain-and-Ireland/Cheeseman-Hart/p/book/9780367440961
Rodgers, D. (2020). Folklore in Film, Television and Museum Exhibits. https://folkloremuseumsnetwork.org.uk/
Rodgers, D. (2019). Happy Halloween: Five Folk Horror Films. https://contemporarylegend.co.uk/2019/11/04/happy-halloween-by-diane-a-rodgers/
Rodgers, D. (2019). How years of TV fears keep us spooked at Halloween. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvt8cqt
Rodgers, D. (2019). Folklore On Screen. https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/c3riimpact/diane-rodgers-researcher-blog-folklore-screen/?doing_wp_cron=1605532185.0816481113433837890625
Karan, S. (2017). Yuletide terror: Christmas horror on film and television Indiegogo campaign. [Online Magazine]. http://montrealrampage.com/yuletide-terror-christmas-horror-on-film-and-teleivion-indiegogo-campaign/
Rodgers, D. (2017). Berlinale 2017 Highlights. https://www.showroomworkstation.org.uk/diane-rodgers-berlinale2017
Rodgers, D. (2022). Generation HeXed. Presented at: Horrifying Children: Hauntology and the Legacy of Children’s Fictions, York, UK, 2022
Rodgers, D. (2022). Fact, Fiction and Folklore in Film. Presented at: Fact, Fiction and Folklore in Film, Glasgow, Scotland, 2022
Rodgers, D. (2021). Folk Horror on Screen. Presented at: The Unholy Trinity of Folk Horror, Abbeydale Picture House, Sheffield
Rodgers, D. (2021). Creative COVID Customs and Folklore in Contemporary Film and Television. Presented at: Creativity during the Covid lockdown: Life and Renewal During the Pandemic, Royal Anthropological Institute [online]
Rodgers, D. (2021). "Isn't Folk Horror All Horror?". Presented at: Fear 2000: Horror Unbound, Sheffield Hallam University [online], 2021
Clarke, D. (2021). Nigel Kneale, Quatermass, and Ancient Astronauts. Presented at: The Sky in Legend and Tradition, Salisbury
Rodgers, D. (2021). Contemporary Folklore, Contemporary Media & Covid Customs. Presented at: Perspectives on Contemporary Legend, Tarragona, Spain [online]
Zhang, H., Rodgers, D., Rodriguez-Amat, J.R., & Belinskaya, Y. (2021). Algorithmic Alchemy: The Power of the Witch on YouTube. Presented at: ICA 2021 - 71st Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado [online]
Zhang, H., Rodgers, D.A., Rodriguez-Amat, J.R., & Belinskaya, Y. (2021). The Shape of Witchcraft. Analytics of Recommendation Algorithms and the Platformization of Culture. Presented at: Algorithms in Film, Television and Sound Cultures: New Ways of Knowing and Storytelling, Bilgi University, Istanbul [online]
Rodgers, D. (2020). Ghosts in the Machine: Haunted Screens. Presented at: Haunts - haunted places and haunting practices, Sheffield Hallam University [online], 2020
Robinson, A., Clarke, D., & Rodgers, D. (2020). Folklore, Custom and Contemporary Legend - The CCL Research Group at SHU. Presented at: Creating Knowledge Conference 2020, Online, 2020
Rodgers, D. (2020). My part in the Centre for Contemporary Legend. Presented at: SHU Creating Knowledge Conference, Sheffield Hallam University [online], 2020
Rodgers, D. (2019). Beasts, Monoliths & Witchcraft – the Unsung Nigel Kneale. Presented at: Folklore on Screen, Sheffield Hallam University
Rodgers, D. (2019). Et in Arcadia Ego: The Very British Landscape of Folk Horror. Presented at: Folklore and the Nation, Derby, UK, 2019
Rodgers, D. (2018). Why Wyrd? Why folklore? Why now? Presented at: Screening the Unreal, University of Brighton, 2018
Rodgers, D. (2017). Folklore: the eerie underbelly of British 1970s folk-horror television? Presented at: At Home With Horror? Terror on the Small Screen, University of Kent, Canterbury, 2017
Rodgers, D. (2017). Millennial ghosts and folk-horror legends: haunted by British 1970s television. Presented at: Fear 2000: Horror Media Now, Sheffield,UK, 2017