* Nathaniel R. Wallace (2014), H.P. Lovecraft’s Literary “Supernatural Horror” in Visual Culture (PhD thesis at Ohio University. Asks if Lovecraft’s aesthetic theories on disruption can be applied to visual culture, and examines visual adaptations of Lovecraft’s work for traces of his use of repetition and symmetry in time, and repetition and symmetry in space)
Fred Lubnow has a Kickstarter for a book Journal of Lovecraftian Science, Volume 1, which will contain expanded versions of his blog posts on Lovecraft and science.
* Margaret L. Carter (2005), “The Turtle Can’t Help Us: the Lovecraft legacy in Stephen King’s It“, Strange Horizons, December 2005.
* John Conway (2012), “Monstrous Labyrinths: Hellish Prisons, Liberated Language“, in proceedings of the conference Monsters and the Monstrous: Monstrous Spaces. (Lovecraft’s use of the labyrinthine in “At the Mountain of Madness”)
* Ardila Rodriguez and Miguel Angel (2009), El horror cosmico de H.P. Lovecraft: una corriente estetica en la literatura de horror contemporanea. (In Spanish)
* Dora Nunes Gago (2013), “Representacoes das cidades em ruinas de H.P. Lovecraft”, Mathesis, 22, 2013, pp.67-84. (In Spanish. Discusses ruins in Lovecraft’s fiction)
* Wojciech Kalinowski (2013), “Nowelistyka Stefana Grabinskiego: genologia, estetyka, wizja czlowieka i swiata”. (In Polish. ‘The author Stefan Grabinski: his influences, aesthetics, his vision of man and of the world’. Appears to contain extensive comparison with Lovecraft)
Outside the date range for Open Lovecraft, but freely available online and noted here…
* M.G. Kutrieh (1988), “H.P. Lovecraft’s quest for harmony”, Bulletin of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. Quatar University, 1988.
* Rene Galand (1999), “The Wounded Ego of Howard Phillips Lovecraft”, French Faculty Scholarship, Paper 12.
* D.A. Oakes (1992), “The Realistic Fantasy: the creation of a new literary genre in the works of H.P. Lovecraft” (Masters thesis)
* Dale A. Crowley (2015), “The Arcane and The Rational: Lovecraft’s development of a unique mythos”, Discussions : undergraduate research journal of CWRU, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2015.
* Jeff Lacy & Steven J. Zani (2007), “The Negative Mystics of the Mechanistic Sublime: Walter Benjamin and Lovecraft’s Cosmicism”, Lovecraft Annual No.1, pp. 65-83.
* James Machin (2015), “Fellows Find: H.P. Lovecraft letter sheds light on pivotal moment in his career”, Cultural Compass, the scholarly blog of the Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas, 28th January 2015. (An account of finding a new and unknown 5,000 word letter by Lovecraft during archival research in the Ransom Center. The full text of the important 1924 letter is given as readable scans. The letter reveals Lovecraft’s initial ideas for shaping his planned novel Azathoth and the plot of the opening section of his apparently already plotted novel The House of the Worm).
* Chris J. Karr (2007, 2014), “The Black Seas of Copyright”, Chris J. Karr’s blog, 2014. (Updated 2014 edition of a collection of scholarly footnoted essays, on the topic of Lovecraft’s copyrights and the later Arkham House claims to these. Titles for sub-sections include: Lovecraft’s Fiction; Arkham House Publishers and the H.P. Lovecraft Copyrights; The Arkham House Copyright Hypothesis; The “Donald Wandrei v. The Estate of August Derleth” Hypothesis; Observations; and Conclusion)
Short essay on Erich Zann as part of a book about music from 1995…
Now available for the Kindle ereader, S.T. Joshi’s Lovecraft and a World in Transition: Collected Essays on H. P. Lovecraft (USA Amazon). Also at the UK Amazon where it’s at a low £6.66 price. Even if you can’t afford that, I’d presume that the 10% free sample is still worth having since this whopper is some 650 pages long in print and Amazon claims 742 pages for the digital copy. Contents list is here. Not sure if there are round-trip linked footnotes / endnotes on the Kindle version.