Andrew Agha and Nicole Isenbarger, “‘Your Trip is Short!’: Phish, Reality and the Anthropology of Time”

David Benin, “‘Come Home’: Providence Bowie, Bergson, and the Philosophy of Time”

Shalom Bochner, “Jewish Elements Of Phish Subculture: Percentage of Fans, Shabbat Observances at Phish Festivals, and Lyric References”

Mike Bove, “The Moment Ends: Buddhist Philosophy in the Music and Lyrics of Phish”

Ginger Cloud, “Phish: Creators of a Therapeutic Landscape”

Daniel Dylan, “Donuts, Dresses, and Phish: A Study in Trademark Law”

Tuck Gillett, “Fan-Band Interconnectedness During The Great Went improvisations”

Tony Kullen, “When the Circus Can’t Come to Town: A Legal Analysis of Bands Getting Banned”

Bryan Sebok, “Representing Phish Culture: Participatory Documentary Practice”

Micheal Sebulsky, “Sharin’ In the Groove: Phish and the Business of the Avant-Garde”

Brandon Wenerd, “Wooks, Chads, Chompers, and Custies: An Analysis of Stereotypes and Self Identity in The Phish Jam Band Scene”