Slayage 13-14 October 2004
David Lavery and Rhonda V. Wilcox, Co-Editors
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Lorna Jowett (University College, Northampton), New Men: "Playing the Sensitive Lad" (from Sex and the Slayer, forthcoming from Wesleyan U P) | PDF Version
Giada Da Ros (University of Trento), When, Where, and How Much is Buffy a Soap Opera? | PDF Version
Laura Diehl (Rutgers University), Why Drusilla is More Interesting Than Buffy | PDF Version
Judith Tabron (Hofstra University), Girl on Girl Politics: Willow/Tara and New Approaches to Media Fandom | PDF Version
David Lavery (Middle Tennessee State University), “I Wrote My Thesis on You": Buffy Studies as an Academic Cult | PDF Version
James South (Marquette University), On the Philosophical Consistency of Season 7 | PDF Version
Sue Turnbull (LaTrobe University), "Not Just Another Buffy Paper”: Towards an Aesthetics of Television | PDF Version
Brett Rogers and Walter Scheidel (Stanford University), Driving Stakes, Driving Cars: California Car Culture, Sex, and Identity in BtVS | PDF Version
Greg Erickson (Brooklyn Conservatory of Music), Revisiting Buffy’s (A)Theology: Religion: “Freaky” or just “A Bunch of Men Who Died” | PDF Version