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Articles in Alphabetical Order by Author

 

Stacey Abbott (British Film Institute). A Little Less Ritual and a Little More Fun: The Modern Vampire in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (3)

Stacey Abbott (University of Surrey Roehampton). Walking the Fine Line Between Angel and Angelus (9)

Stacey Abbott (Roehampton University) and Lorna Jowett (University College, Northampton). Buffy Hereafter: From the Whedonverse to the Whedonesque (Conference Report) (25)

Michael Adams (Indiana University). Introduction: Beyond Slayer Slang: Pragmatics, Discourse, and Style in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (20)

Richard S. Albright (Harrisburg Community College). “[B]reakaway pop hit or . . . book number?”: “Once More, with Feeling” and Genre (17)

Naomi Alderman and Annette Seidel-Arpacı, Imaginary Para-Sites of the Soul: Vampires and Representations of ‘Blackness’ and ‘Jewishness’ in the Buffy/Angelverse (10)

Jenny Alexander  (University of Sussex, Fulmer). A Vampire is Being Beaten - De Sade Through the Looking Glass in Buffy and Angel (15)

Camille Bacon-Smith, The Color of the Dark (8)

Derik A. Badman, Academic Buffy Bibliography (7)

Holly G. Barbaccia (University of Pennsylvania). Buffy in the "Terrible House" (4)

Margaret Bates (Duke U), Emily M. Gustafson, Bryan C. Porterfield, Lawrence B. Rosenfeld (U North Carolina). "When Did Your Sister Get Unbelievably Scary?" Outsider Status and Dawn and Spike’s Relationship (16)

Jes Battis (Simon Fraser University). “She’s Not All Grown Yet”: Willow As Hybrid/Hero in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (8)

___. Demonic Maternities, Complex Motherhoods: Cordelia, Fred and the Puzzle of Illyra (18)

Jes Battis (CUNY). Captain Tightpants:  Firefly and the Science Fiction Canon (25)

Eve Bennett  (Brunel University), Deconstructing the Dream Factory: Personal Fantasy and Corporate Manipulation in Joss Whedon's Dollhouse  (33)

Katrina Blasingame (Columbia College, Chicago), “I can’t believe I’m saying it twice in the same century . . . but ‘duh . .  .’” The Evolution of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Sub-Culture Language through the Medium of Fanfiction (20)

Cynthia Bowers (Kennesaw State University). Generation Lapse: The Problematic Parenting of Joyce Summers and Rupert Giles (2)

Michele Boyette (University of North Florida). The Comic Anti-hero in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Or Silly Villain: Spike is for Kicks (4)

Anthony Bradney (University of Leicester).  “I Made a Promise to a Lady”: Law and Love in BtVS (10)

___ (University of Sheffield). The Politics and Ethics of Researching the Buffyverse (19)

Julie Sloan Brannon (Jacksonville University), "It's About Power": Buffy, Foucault, and the Quest for Self (24)

Rob Breton and Lindsey McMaster (University of British Columbia). Dissing the Age of Moo: Initiatives, Alternatives, and Rationality in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1)

Rebecca M. Brown (Swansea University). Orientalism in Firefly and Serenity  (25)

Alyson Buckman, "Go ahead! Run away! Say it was Horrible": Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog as Resistant Text (29)

Martin Buinicki and Anthony Enns (University of Iowa). Buffy the Vampire Disciplinarian: Institutional Excess, Spiritual Technologies, and the New Economy of Power  (4)

Angie Burns. Passion, pain and ‘bad kissing decisions’: learning about intimate relationships from Buffy Season Six (21)

Vivien Burr (University of Huddersfield), Buffy and the BBC: Moral Questions and How to Avoid Them (8)

Jeffrey Bussolini (University of Staten Island). Los Alamos is the Hellmouth (18)

Lewis Call (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo), "Sounds Like Kinky Business to Me": Subtextual and Textual Representations of Erotic Power in the Buffyverse (24)

Michelle Callander (University of Melbourne). Bram Stoker's Buffy: Traditional Gothic and Contemporary Culture (3)

Bronwen Calvert (Sunderland University). Going Through the Motions: Robots in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (15)

Bronwen Calvert (Sunderland U, The Open U, UK), Mind, Body, Imprint: Cyberpunk Echoes in the Dollhouse (30-31) 

Richard Campbell and Caitlin Campbell, Demons, Aliens, Teens and Television (from Television Quarterly) (2)

Marc Camron (University of Colorado, Boulder). Xander, Patriarchy, and the Presentation of Realistic Gender Politics in BtVS (23)

Shiloh Carroll (Middle Tennessee State University), Psychology of a "Superstar": A Pyschological Analysis of Jonathan Levinson (28)

Holly Chandler, Slaying the Patriarchy: Transfusions of the Vampire Metaphor in BtVS (9)

Daniel A. Clark and P. Andrew Miller (Northern Kentucky University). Buffy, the Scooby Gang, and Monstrous Authority: BtVS and the Subversion of Authority (3)

Leigh Clemons (Louisiana State University). Real Vampires Don’t Wear Shorts: The Aesthetics of Fashion in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (22)

Carolyn Cocca (SUNY Old Westbury). "First Word 'Jail,' Second Word 'Bait'": Adolescent Sexuality, Feminist Theories, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer (10)

Tanya R. Cochran (Union College) and Rhonda V. Wilcox (Gordon College), A New Frontier: Whedon Studies and Firefly/Serenity (25)

Catherine Coker  (Texas A & M University), That Girl: Bella, Buffy, and the Feminist Ethics of Choice in Twilight and Buffy the Vampire Slayer (32)

Tom Connelly (Independent Scholar) and Shelley S. Rees (U of Science and Arts of Oklahoma),  Alienation and the Dialectics of History in Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse (30-31)

Rob Cover  (University of Adelaide), Bliss and Time: Death, Drugs, and Posthumanism in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (32)

Agnes Curry (St. Joseph College). Is Joss Becoming a Thomist? (16)

Agnes B. Curry (St. Joseph’s College). “We don’t say ‘Indian’”: On the Paradoxical Construction of the Reavers (25)

Giada Da Ros (University of Trento). When, Where, and How Much is Buffy a Soap Opera? (13/14)

Hugh H. Davis (St. Mary's School), “The Drama Is In Us": Pirandellian Echoes in Dollhouse (30-31) 

Robert A. Davis (University of Glasgow). Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Pedagogy of Fear (3)

Laura Diehl  (Rutgers University). Why Drusilla is More Interesting Than Buffy (13/14)

George A. Dunn and Brian McDonald (Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis),  “A Very Strong Urge to Hit You”: Mimetic Violence and Scapegoating in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (26)

Kevin K. Durand (Henderson State University), "Are You Ready to Finish This?": The Battle against the Patriarchal Forces of Darkness (28)

Frances Early (Mount St. Vincent University). Staking Her Claim: Buffy the Vampire Slayer as  Transgressive Woman Warrior (6)

Greg Erickson (Brooklyn Conservatory of Music). Revisiting Buffy’s (A)Theology: Religion: “Freaky” or just “A Bunch of Men Who Died” (13/14)

Aimee Fifarek (Louisiana State University). "Mind and Heart with Spirit Joined”: The Buffyverse as an Information System (3)

 Lawson Fletcher (Swinburne Institute of Technology, Australia), “Is She Cold”: Telaesthetic Horror and Embodied Textuality in “The Body”  (33)

Claire Fossey, "Never Hurt the Feelings of a Brutal Killer": Spike and the Underground Man  (8)

David Fritts (Henderson Community College). Warrior Heroes: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Beowulf (17)

Cynthia Fuchs (George Mason University), "Did Anyone Ever Explain to you What 'Secret Identity' Means?" Race and Displacement in Buffy and Dark Angel (from Undead TV: Essays on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, edited by Elana Levine and Lisa Parks [Duke University Press, 2007]). (24)

Mark Gelineau (The Harker School). Coyote in the Black: The Evolution of Malcolm Reynolds the Trickster-Shaman (25)

Len Geller  (Wells College), "Normal Again" and "The Harvest": The Subversion and Triumph of Realism in Buffy (32)

Sherry Ginn (Rowan-Cabarrus Community College), Memory, Mind, and Mayhem: Neurological Tampering and Manipulation in Dollhouse (30-31) 

Richard Greene and Wayne Yuen (San Jose State University). Why Can’t We Spike Spike?: Moral Themes in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2)

Janet K. Halfyard (Birmingham Conservatoire, University of Central England). Love, Death, Curses and Reverses (in F minor): Music, Gender and Identity in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel (4)

___ (Birmingham Conservatoire, University of Central England). Singing Their Hearts Out: The Problem of Performance in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel (17)

Howard Harris (University of South Australia), Buffy the Vampire Slayer in the Business Ethics Classroom (27)

Jessica Hautsch (Suffolk County Community College), Staking Her Colonial Claim: Colonial Discourses, Assimilation, Soul-making, and Ass-kicking in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (33)

 Julie L. Hawk (Georgia State U), Hacking the Read-Only File: Collaborative Narrative as Ontological Construction in Dollhouse (30-31) 

Christine Hoffmann (University of Arkansas), Happiness is a Warm Scythe: The Evolution of Villainy and Weaponry in the Buffyverse (27)

Erin Hollis (California State University, Fullerton). Gorgonzola Sandwiches and Yellow Crayons: James Joyce, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Aesthetic of Minutiae (22)

Massimo Introvigne (CESNUR). Brainwashing the Working Class: Vampire Comics and Criticism from Dr. Occult to Buffy (7)

Malin Isaksson (Umeå University), Buffy/Faith Adult Femslash: Queer Porn with a Plot (28)

Christine Jarvis (University of Huddersfield), “I run to Death”: Renaissance Sensibilities in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (27)

Christine Jarvis (Sheffield Hallam University) and Don Adams (Central Connecticut State University). Dressed to Kill: Fashion and Leadership in BtVS (21)

Linda Jean Jencson (Appalachian State University). “Aiming to Misbehave”: Role Modeling Political-Economic Conditions and Political Action in the Serenityverse (25)

Alice Jenkins and Susan Stuart (University of Glasgow). Extending Your Mind: Non-Standard Perlocutionary Acts in "Hush" (9)

Lorna Jowett (University College, Northampton).  New Men: "Playing the Sensitive Lad" (13/14)

___. The Summers’ House as Domestic Space in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (18)

Roz Kaveney, A Sense of the Ending: Schödinger’s Angel (16)

Jesse Saba Kirchner (University of California, Santa Cruz), And in Some Language That’s English? Slayer Slang and Artificial Computer Generation (20)

Ewan Kirkland (University of Sussex). The Caucasian Persuasion of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (17)

___ (Buckingham Childterns University College). A Conference Report on "Bring Your Own Subtext": Social Life, Human Experience and the Works of Joss Whedon (18)

A. Abby Knoblauch, From Burke to Buffy and Back Again: Intersections of Rhetoric, Magic, and Identification in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (29)

David Kociemba (Emerson College).  “Over-identify much?”: Passion, "Passion," and the Author-Audience Feedback Loop in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (19)

____. ”Actually, it explains a lot”: Reading the Opening Title Sequences of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (22)

____. "Where's the fun?": The Comic Apocalypse in "The Wish" (23)

K. Dale Koontz (Cleveland State Community College), Czech Mate: Whedon, Čapek, and the Foundations of the Dollhouse (30-31)

___. The One That Almost Got Away: Doyle and the Fish Story (26) 

Kelly Kromer (Louisiana State University). Silence as Symptom: A Psychoanalytic Reading of "Hush" (19)

Tanya Krzywinska (Brunel University). Playing Buffy: Remediation, Occulted Meta-game-Physics and the Dynamics of Agency in the Videogame Version of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (8)

David Lavery (Middle Tennessee State University). Apocalyptic Apocalypses: The Narrative Eschatology of Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (9)

___. "Emotional Resonance and Rocket Launchers": Joss Whedon's Audio Commentaries on the Buffy the Vampire Slayer DVDs" (6)

___. "A Religion in Narrative": Joss Whedon and Television Creativity (7)

___. “I Wrote My Thesis on You": Buffy Studies as an Academic Cult (13/14)

Hilary M. Leon (Loyola University, Chicago). Why We Love the Monsters: How Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer Wound Up Dating the Enemy (1)

Reid B. Locklin (Boston University). Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Domestic Church: Re-Visioning Family and the Common Good (6)

Gert Magnusson (University of Gothenburg, Sweden), Being a Vampire Sucks: Regarding the Anonymous Vampires in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (33)

J. Robert Loftis (Lorain County Community College), Moral Complexity in the Buffyverse (27)

Barbara Maio (University Roma Tre). Buffy the Vampire Slayer (23)

C. W. Marshall (University of British Columbia). Aeneas the Vampire Slayer: A Roman Model for Why Giles Kills Ben (9)

Cynthea Masson (Malaspina University-College, Nanaimo, British Columbia), “Is that just a comforting way of not answering the question?”: Willow, Questions, and Affective Response in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (20)

___. Who Painted the Lion?—A Gloss on Dollhouse’s "Belle Chose” (30-31) 

___ and Rhonda V. Wilcox (Gordon College),Fantasy . . . Is Their Business, But That Is Not Their Purpose”: Introduction to the Slayage Special Issue on Dollhouse (30-31) 

___ and Marni Stanley. Queer Eye of that Vampire Guy: Spike and the Aesthetics of Camp (22)

Em McAvan (Murdoch University), “I Think I’m Kinda Gay”: Willow Rosenberg and the Absent/Present Bisexual in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (24)

Bruce McClelland. By Whose Authority? The Magical Tradition, Violence, and the Legitimation of the Vampire Slayer (1)

Scott McLaren (York University). The Evolution of Joss Whedon’s Vampire Mythology and the Ontology of the Soul (18)

Kevin McNeilly (University of British Columbia), Sue Fisher (University of Alberta), and Christina Sylka (University of British Columbia). Kiss the Librarian, But Close the Hellmouth: “It’s Like a Whole Big Sucking Thing” (2)

J. Gordon Melton (University of California, Santa Barbara). Words from the Hellmouth: A Bibliography of Books on Buffy the Vampire (4)

___. Images from the Hellmouth: Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comic Books 1998-2002 (6)

Jeffrey Middents (American University). A Sweet Vamp: Critiquing the Treatment of Race in Buffy and the American Musical Once More (with Feeling) (17)

Philip Mikozsch and Dana Och (University of Pittsburgh). Previously on Buffy the Vampire Slayer . . . (5)

Gabrielle Moss, From the Valley to the Hellmouth: Buffy’s Transition from Film to Television (2)

Ananya Mukherjea (College of Staten Island, CUNY), “When You Kiss Me, I want to Die”: Gothic Relationships and Identity on Buffy the Vampire Slayer (26)

Madeline Muntersbjorn (U of Toledo), Disgust, Difference, and Displacement in the Dollhouse (30-31) 

Sören Nylin (Stockholm University), Mad, Bad Scientists and Cute, Curious Magicians: The Quest for Knowledge in Buffyand the Whedonvers (28)

Wendy Olson (Washington State University Vancouver), Enlightenment Rhetoric in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Ideological Implications of Worldviews in the Buffyverse (26)

Matthew Pateman (University of Hull). "Restless" Readings--Involution, Aesthetics, and Buffy (19)

___. Introduction (22)

Michele Paule (Oxford Brookes University). You're on my campus, buddy!: Sovereign and disciplinary power at Sunnydale High  (15)

Patricia Pender (Pace University). "Where Do We Go From Here?”: Buffy Studies and Slayage 2006 (21)

Lisa K. Perdigao (Florida Institute of Technology), "I hear it's best to play along": The Poststructuralist Turn in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (32)

___. “This One’s Broken": Rebuilding Whedonbots and Reprogramming the Whedonverse (30-31) 

Mark Peters (Empire State College). Getting a Wiggins and Being a Bitca: How Two Items of Slayer Slang Survive on the Television Without Pity Message Boards (20)

Zoë-Jane Playdon (University of London). “The Outsiders' Society”: Religious Imagery in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (5)

Elizabeth Rambo (Campbell University). Lessons” for Season Seven of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (11-12)

___. "Queen C" Goes to Boys' Town: Killing the Angel in Angel's House (23)

J. Douglas Rabb and J. Michael Richardson (Lakehead University), Myth, Metaphor, Morality and Monsters: The Espenson Factor and Cognitive Science in Joss Whedon's Narrative Love Ethic (28)

J. Michael Richardson and J. Douglas Rabb (Lakehead University). Buffy, Faith and Bad Faith: Choosing to be the Chosen One (23)

Brett M. Rogers (University of Georgia). The Whedonverses and the Sociology of Academe, or A Report on SC2: The Slayage Conference on the Whedonverses, Gordon College, May 26-28, 2006 (21)

Brett Rogers and Walter Scheidel (Stanford University). Driving Stakes, Driving Cars: California Car Culture, Sex, and Identity in BtVS Driving Stakes, Driving Cars: California Car Culture, Sex, and Identity in BtVS (13/14)

Rod Romesburg (Ohio State University). Regeneration through Vampirism: Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s New Frontier (19)

Lawrence B. Rosenfeld and Scarlet L. Wynns (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). Perceived Values and Social Support in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (10)

Caroline Ruddell (Brunel University, Middlesex, UK), “I am the law” “I am the magics”: Speech, Power and the Split Identity of Willow in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (20)

Renee St. Louis and Miriam Riggs, "And Yet": The Limits of Buffy Feminism (29)

___.  “A Painful, Bleeding Sleep": Sleeping Beauty in the Dollhouse (30-31) 

Patrick Shade (Rhodes College), Screaming to be Heard: Community and Communication in "Hush" (21)

Paul D. Shapiro (Georgia Southwestern), Someone to Sink Your Teeth Into: Gendered Biting Patterns on Buffy the Vampire Slayer—A Quantitative Analysis (26)

James South (Marquette University). On the Philosophical Consistency of Season 7 (13/14)

Victoria Spah (The Buffy Data Base). Ain't Love Grand: Spike & Courtly Love (5)

Arwen Spicer (University of Oregon). "It’s Bloody Brilliant!" The Undermining of Metanarrative Feminism in the Season Seven Arc Narrative of Buffy (15)

Arwen Spicer (University of Oregon). "Love’s Bitch but Man Enough to Admit It": Spike’s Hybridized Gender (7)

Wendy A. F. G. Stengel (Georgetown). Synergy and Smut: The Brand in Official and Unofficial Buffy the Vampire Slayer Communities of Interest (4)

Kirsten Stevens, Meet the Cullens: Family, Romance, and Female Agency in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Twilight (29)

Greg Stevenson (Rochester College). The End as Moral Guidepost (15)

Jesse James Stommel, I'm Not a Dead Body; I Just Play One on TV: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Performativity of the Corpse (29)

Gwyn Symonds (University of Sydney). Playing More Soul Than is Written (16)

___. "Solving Problems with Sharp Objects": Female Empowerment, Sex and Violence in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (11-12)

Judith Tabron (Hofstra University). Girl on Girl Politics: Willow/Tara and New Approaches to Media Fandom (13/14)

Sue Turnbull (LaTrobe University). "Not Just Another Buffy Paper”: Towards an Aesthetics of Television (13/14)

Sherryl Vint (University of Alberta). "Killing us Softly"? A Feminist Search for the "Real" Buffy (5)

William Wandless (Emory University). Undead Letters: Searches and Researches in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1)

J. Lawton Winslade (DePaul University). Teen Witches, Wiccans, and “Wanna-Blessed-Be’s”: Pop-Culture Magic in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1)

Rhonda V. Wilcox (Gordon College). Echoes of Complicity: Reflexivity and Identity in Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse (30-31) 

___. "Every Night I Save You": Buffy, Spike, Sex and Redemption (5)

___. In "The Demon Section of the Card Catalog": Buffy Studies and Television Studies (21)

___. "Let it Simmer": Tone in "Pangs"  (33)

___. "T. S. Eliot Comes to Television: Buffy's 'Restless'" (7)

___. "There Will Never Be a ‘Very Special’ Buffy”:  Buffy and the Monsters of Teen Life  (2)

___. The Whedon Studies Association (27)

Gina Wisker (Anglia Polytechnic University). Vampires and School Girls: High School Highjinks on the Hellmouth in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2)

 

Articles in Alphabetical Order by Title

 

“Aiming to Misbehave”: Role Modeling Political-Economic Conditions and Political Action in the Serenityverse (25) Linda Jean Jencson

Alienation and the Dialectics of History in Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse (30-31) Connelly and Rees

"And Yet": The Limits of Buffy Feminism | (29) Renee St. Louis and Miriam Riggs

"Are You Ready to Finish This?": The Battle against the Patriarchal Forces of Darkness (28) Kevin K. Durand

Being a Vampire Sucks: Regarding the Anonymous Vampires in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (33) Gert Magnusson

Bliss and Time: Death, Drugs, and Posthumanism in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (32) Cover

Buffy/Faith Adult Femslash: Queer Porn with a Plot (28) Malin Isaksson

Buffy, Faith and Bad Faith: Choosing to be the Chosen One (23) J. Michael Richardson and J. Douglas Rabb

Buffy Hereafter: From the Whedonverse to the Whedonesque (Conference Report) (25) Stacey Abbott and Lorna Jowett

Buffy the Vampire Slayer in the Business Ethics Classroom (27) Howard Harris

Captain Tightpants:  Firefly and the Science Fiction Canon (25) Jes Battis

Coyote in the Black: The Evolution of Malcolm Reynolds the Trickster-Shaman (25) Mark Gelineau

Czech Mate: Whedon, Čapek, and the Foundations of the Dollhouse (30-31) Koontz

"Did Anyone Explain to You What 'Secret Identity' Means?" Race and Displacement in Buffy and Dark Angel (from Undead TV: Essays on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, edited by Elana Levine and Lisa Parks [Duke University Press, 2007]). (24) Cynthia Fuchs

Disgust, Difference, and Displacement in the Dollhouse (30-31) Muntersbjorn

Deconstructing the Dream Factory: Personal Fantasy and Corporate Manipulation in Joss Whedon's Dollhouse  (33) Eve Bennett

Dissing the Age of Moo: Initiatives, Alternatives, and Rationality in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1) Rob Breton and Lindsey McMaster

Dressed to Kill: Fashion and Leadership in BtVS (21) Christine Jarvis and Don Adams

“The Drama Is In Us": Pirandellian Echoes in Dollhouse (30-31) Davis

Driving Stakes, Driving Cars: California Car Culture, Sex, and Identity in BtVS Driving Stakes, Driving Cars: California Car Culture, Sex, and Identity in BtVS (13/14) Brett Rogers and Walter Scheidel

Echoes of Complicity: Reflexivity and Identity in Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse (30-31) WIlcox

End as Moral Guidepost, The (15) Greg Stevenson

Enlightenment Rhetoric in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Ideological Implications of Worldviews in the Buffyverse (26) Wendy Olson

"Every Night I Save You": Buffy, Spike, Sex and Redemption (5) Rhonda V. Wilcox (Gordon College)

The Evolution of Joss Whedon’s Vampire Mythology and the Ontology of the Soul (18) Scott McLaren 

Extending Your Mind: Non-Standard Perlocutionary Acts in "Hush" (9) Alice Jenkins and Susan Stuart

"Fantasy . . . Is Their Business, But That Is Not Their Purpose”: Introduction to the Slayage Special Issue on Dollhouse (30-31) Masson and Wilcox

"First Word 'Jail,' Second Word 'Bait'": Adolescent Sexuality, Feminist Theories, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (10) Carolyn Cocca

From Burke to Buffy and Back Again: Intersections of Rhetoric, Magic, and Identification in Buffy the Vampire Slayer | (29) A. Abby Knoblauch

From the Valley to the Hellmouth: Buffy’s Transition from Film to Television (2) Gabrielle Moss

Generation Lapse: The Problematic Parenting of Joyce Summers and Rupert Giles (2) Cynthia Bowers

Getting a Wiggins and Being a Bitca: How Two Items of Slayer Slang Survive on the Television Without Pity Message Boards (20) Mark Peters

Girl on Girl Politics: Willow/Tara and New Approaches to Media Fandom (13/14) Judith Tabron

"Go ahead! Run away! Say it was Horrible": Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog as Resistant Text | (29) Alyson Buckman

Going Through the Motions: Robots in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (15) Bronwen Calvert

Gorgonzola Sandwiches and Yellow Crayons: James Joyce, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Aesthetic of Minutiae (22) Erin Hollis

Hacking the Read-Only File: Collaborative Narrative as Ontological Construction in Dollhouse (30-31) Julie Hawk

Happiness is a Warm Scythe: The Evolution of Villainy and Weaponry in the Buffyverse (27) Christine Hoffmann

“I am the law” “I am the magics”: Speech, Power and the Split Identity of Willow in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (20) Caroline Ruddell

“I can’t believe I’m saying it twice in the same century . . . but ‘duh . .  .’” The Evolution of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Sub-Culture Language through the Medium of Fanfiction (20) Katrina Blasingame

"I hear it's best to play along": The Poststructuralist Turn in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (32) Perdigao

“I Made a Promise to a Lady”: Law and Love in BtVS (10) Anthony Bradney

“I run to Death”: Renaissance Sensibilities in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (27) Christine Jarvis 

“I Think I’m Kinda Gay”: Willow Rosenberg and the Absent/Present Bisexual in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (24) Em McAvan

“I Wrote My Thesis on You": Buffy Studies as an Academic Cult (13/14) David Lavery

I'm Not a Dead Body; I Just Play One on TV: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Performativity of the Corpse | (29) Jesse James Stommel

Images from the Hellmouth: Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comic Books 1998-2002 (6) J. Gordon Melton

Imaginary Para-Sites of the Soul: Vampires and Representations of ‘Blackness’ and ‘Jewishness’ in the Buffy/Angelverse (10) Naomi Alderman and Annette Seidel-Arpacı

In "The Demon Section of the Card Catalog": Buffy Studies and Television Studies (21 Rhonda V. Wilcox

Introduction: Beyond Slayer Slang: Pragmatics, Discourse, and Style in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (20) Michael Adams

Introduction (22) Matthew Pateman

Is Joss Becoming a Thomist? (16) Agnes Curry

“Is She Cold”: Telaesthetic Horror and Embodied Textuality in “The Body”  (33) Lawson Fletcher

“Is that just a comforting way of not answering the question?”: Willow, Questions, and Affective Response in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (20) Cynthea Masson

"It's About Power": Buffy, Foucault, and the Quest for Self (24) Julie Sloan Brannon

"It’s Bloody Brilliant!" The Undermining of Metanarrative Feminism in the Season Seven Arc Narrative of Buffy (15) Arwen Spicer

"Killing us Softly"? A Feminist Search for the "Real" Buffy (5) Sherryl Vint

Kiss the Librarian, But Close the Hellmouth: “It’s Like a Whole Big Sucking Thing” (2) Kevin McNeilly, Sue Fisher, and Christina Sylka

"Let it Simmer": Tone in "Pangs"  (33) Rhonda V. Wilcox

A Little Less Ritual and a Little More Fun: The Modern Vampire in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (3) Stacey Abbott

Los Alamos is the Hellmouth (18) Jeffrey Bussolini

Love, Death, Curses and Reverses (in F minor): Music, Gender and Identity in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel (4) Janet K. Halfyard

"Love’s Bitch but Man Enough to Admit It": Spike’s Hybridized Gender (7) Arwen Spicer

Mad, Bad Scientists and Cute, Curious Magicians: The Quest for Knowledge in Buffyand the Whedonvers (28) Sören Nylin

Meet the Cullens: Family, Romance, and Female Agency in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Twilight | (29) Kirsten Stevens

Memory, Mind, and Mayhem: Neurological Tampering and Manipulation in Dollhouse (30-31) Ginn

Mind, Body, Imprint: Cyberpunk Echoes in the Dollhouse (30-31) Calvert

"Mind and Heart with Spirit Joined”: The Buffyverse as an Information System (3) Aimee Fifarek

Moral Complexity in the Buffyverse (27) J. Robert Loftis

Myth, Metaphor, Morality and Monsters: The Espenson Factor and Cognitive Science in Joss Whedon's Narrative Love Ethic (28) J. Douglas Rabb and J. Michael Richardson

"Never Hurt the Feelings of a Brutal Killer": Spike and the Underground Man (8) Claire Fossey

A New Frontier: Whedon Studies and Firefly/Serenity (25)Tanya R. Cochran and Rhonda V. Wilcox  

New Men: "Playing the Sensitive Lad" (from Sex and the Slayer, forthcoming from Wesleyan U P) (13/14) Lorna Jowett

"Normal Again" and "The Harvest": The Subversion and Triumph of Realism in Buffy (32) Geller

"Not Just Another Buffy Paper”: Towards an Aesthetics of Television (13/14) Sue Turnbull

On the Philosophical Consistency of Season 7 (13/14) James South

The One That Almost Got Away: Doyle and the Fish Story  (26) K. Dale Koontz

Orientalism in Firefly and Serenity (25) Rebecca M. Brown  

“The Outsiders' Society”: Religious Imagery in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (5) Zoë-Jane Playdon

“Over-identify much?”: Passion, "Passion," and the Author-Audience Feedback Loop in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (19) David Kociemba

“A Painful, Bleeding Sleep": Sleeping Beauty in the Dollhouse (30-31) St. Louis and Riggs 

Passion, pain and ‘bad kissing decisions’: learning about intimate relationships from Buffy Season Six (21) Angie Burns

Perceived Values and Social Support in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (10) Lawrence B. Rosenfeld and Scarlet L. Wynns

Playing Buffy: Remediation, Occulted Meta-game-Physics and the Dynamics of Agency in the Videogame Version of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (8) Tanya Krzywinska

Playing More Soul Than is Written (16) Gwyn Symonds

The Politics and Ethics of Researching the Buffyverse (19) Anthony Bradney 

Previously on Buffy the Vampire Slayer . . . (5) Philip Mikozsch and Dana Och

Psychology of a "Superstar": A Psychological Analysis of Jonathan Levinson (28) Shiloh Carroll

"Queen C" Goes to Boys' Town: Killing the Angel in Angel's House  (23) Elizabeth Rambo

Queer Eye of that Vampire Guy: Spike and the Aesthetics of Camp (22) Cynthea Masson and Marni Stanley

Real Vampires Don’t Wear Shorts: The Aesthetics of Fashion in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (22) Leigh Clemons

Regeneration through Vampirism: Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s New Frontier (19) Rod Romesburg

"A Religion in Narrative": Joss Whedon and Television Creativity (7) David Lavery

"Restless" Readings--Involution, Aesthetics, and Buffy (19) Matthew Pateman 

Revisiting Buffy’s (A)Theology: Religion: “Freaky” or just “A Bunch of Men Who Died” (13/14) Greg Erickson

Screaming to be Heard: Community and Communication in "Hush" (21) Patrick Shade

A Sense of the Ending: Schödinger’s Angel (16) Roz Kaveney

“She’s Not All Grown Yet”: Willow As Hybrid/Hero in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (8) Jes Battis

Silence as Symptom: A Psychoanalytic Reading of "Hush" (19) Kelly Kromer 

Singing Their Hearts Out: The Problem of Performance in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel (17) Janet K. Halfyard

Someone to Sink Your Teeth Into: Gendered Biting Patterns on Buffy the Vampire Slayer—A Quantitative Analysis (26) Paul D. Shapiro

"Sounds Like Kinky Business to Me": Subtextual and Textual Representations of Erotic Power in the Buffyverse (24) Lewis Call

Staking Her Colonial Claim: Colonial Discourses, Assimilation, Soul-making, and Ass-kicking in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (33) Jessica Hautsch

The Summers’ House as Domestic Space in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (18) Lorna Jowett

A Sweet Vamp: Critiquing the Treatment of Race in Buffy and the American Musical Once More (with Feeling) (17) Jeffrey Middents

Synergy and Smut: The Brand in Official and Unofficial Buffy the Vampire Slayer Communities of Interest  (4) Wendy A. F. G. Stengel

Teen Witches, Wiccans, and “Wanna-Blessed-Be’s”: Pop-Culture Magic in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1) J. Lawton Winslade

"There Will Never Be a ‘Very Special’ Buffy”:  Buffy and the Monsters of Teen Life  (2) Rhonda V. Wilcox

T. S. Eliot Comes to Television: Buffy's "Restless" (7) Rhonda V. Wilcox

Undead Letters: Searches and Researches in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1) William Wandless

A Vampire is Being Beaten: De Sade Through the Looking Glass in Buffy and Angel (15) Jenny Alexander

Vampires and School Girls: High School Highjinks on the Hellmouth in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2) Gina Wisker

“A Very Strong Urge to Hit You”: Mimetic Violence and Scapegoating in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (26) George A. Dunn and Brian McDonald

Walking the Fine Line Between Angel and Angelus (9) Stacey Abbott

Warrior Heroes: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Beowulf (17) David Fritts

“We don’t say ‘Indian’”: On the Paradoxical Construction of the Reavers (25) Agnes B. Curry

That Girl: Bella, Buffy, and the Feminist Ethics of Choice in Twilight and Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (32) Coker

The Whedon Studies Association  (27) Rhonda V. Wilcox

The Whedonverses and the Sociology of Academe, or A Report on SC2: The Slayage Conference on the Whedonverses, Gordon College, May 26-28, 2006 (21) Brett M. Rogers

“This One’s Broken": Rebuilding Whedonbots and Reprogramming the Whedonverse (30-31) Perdigao 

"When Did Your Sister Get Unbelievably Scary?" Outsider Status and Dawn and Spike’s Relationship (16) Margaret Bates, Emily M. Gustafson, Bryan C. Porterfield, Lawrence B. Rosenfeld

When, Where, and How Much is Buffy a Soap Opera? (13/14) Giada Da Ros

“When You Kiss Me, I want to Die”: Gothic Relationships and Identity on Buffy the Vampire Slayer (26) Ananya Mukherjea

"Where Do We Go From Here?”: Buffy Studies and Slayage 2006 (21) Patricia Pender

"Where's the fun?": The Comic Apocalypse in "The Wish"  (23) David Kociemba

Who Painted the Lion?—A Gloss on Dollhouse’s "Belle Chose” (30-31) Masson

Why Can’t We Spike Spike?: Moral Themes in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (2) Richard Greene and Wayne Yuen

Why Drusilla is More Interesting Than Buffy (13/14) Laura Diehl

Why We Love the Monsters: How Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer Wound Up Dating the Enemy (1) Hilary M. Leon

Words from the Hellmouth: A Bibliography of Books on Buffy the Vampire Slayer (4) J. Gordon Melton

Xander, Patriarchy, and the Presentation of Realistic Gender Politics in BtVS (23) Marc Camron

You're on my campus, buddy!: Sovereign and disciplinary power at Sunnydale High (15) Michele Paule