Abbott, Stacey. The Comic Stylings of Wesley Wyndham-Pryce

Aberdein, Andrew. Insane Troll Logic: Popular Culture as Philosophical Heuristic

Adams, Michael. "Don't give me songs/Give me something to sing about": Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Death of Style

Adams, Don. Between Anarchy and Slavery

Adams, Sarah. Safe Slash: Buffy and Spike's Romantic Journey

Albright, Richard S. “[B]reakaway pop hit or . . . book number?”: “Once More, With Feeling” and Genre

Alderman, Naomi. "Those whom the powers wish to deroy, they must first make mad: Gods, prophecy and death: the classical roots of madness in BtVS

Alexander, Jenny.  'A Vampire is Being Beaten - De Sade Through the Looking Glass in Buffy and Angel

Alexander, David. Buffy the Vampire Slayer  and the Orderliness of Series Television

Ali, Asim. Community from Hell

Aloi, Peg. My Art Belongs to Daddy: Rupert Giles as Magical Mentor, Indulgent Father, “Book Man”

Auty, Bronwen. The Use of Alternative Reality in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Bastian, Misty. Sacred Twins, Evil Twins and Hidden Twins: Doubling and Power in the Buffyverse

Battis, Jes. "'This carpenter can drywall you into the next century': Xander's  'superpower' and the problem of female masculinities in Buffy"

Berry, Christopher.  "Il y a" the Vampire Slayer: Encountering Levinas through "Hush"

Bianculli, David. Confessions of a TV Critic: My Name is David, and I'm a Buffyholic

Blanco, Thérèse. "You're Beneath Me": The Stigma of Vampirism in Buffy and Angel

Blasingame, Katrina. "I Can't Believe I'm Saying this Twice in the Same Century . . . But Duh . . .": The Evolution of Buffy the Vampire Slayer  Sub-Culture Language Through the Medium of Fanfiction

Bloustien, Gerry. Carpe Diem or "Fish of the Day?": Time as Leitmotif in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Bradney, Anthony. Images of Law in BtVS

Brown, Alanna. Xena, Buffy and the Courage to Be

Burdolski, Lauren. Reflections of Society in the Buffyverse

Burnett, Tamy. Mirror, Mirror: Creation of Self-Identity through Chosen Associations in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Burr, Viv. Bringing Your Own Subtext: Individual Differences in Viewers’ Responses to Buffy |

___. Performing the Imaginative Variation: Using Buffy to teach Sartre

___ and Christine Jarvis. "Friends are the family we choose for ourselves: Young people and families in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Bussolini, Jeffrey. Los Alamos is the Hellmouth


Calvert, Bronwen. Going Through the Motions: Robots in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Castaldo, Annalisa. "People have a tendency to rationalize what they can": Continuity, Pleasure, and Pain in the Buffyverse

Cheramie, Deany M. "Nerd, Witch, and Lesbian: Aspects of Willow Rosenberg's Continual Coming Out Process

Cochran, Tanya. "Your Own Personal Savior . . . I Mean Slayer: Buffy and Religion, Buffy as Religion

Collins, Andrea N. It Really is a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World: Recognition, Articulation and Acceptance of Abnormal Psychological Behavior in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Comeford, AmiJo. Structural Identity, or Saussure Visits Buffy/Angel's World: What's the Difference

Curry, Angela. “Gosh, Joss is a Thomist!?”


Daniel, Laura Faye. "Textual Promiscuity," Corporate Authorship, and the Autobiography of Buffy

Davis, Peggy.  “I’m a Rogue Demon-Hunter”: Wesley’s Transformation from Fop to Hero on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel

Diaz, Mary Kirby. Buffy, Angel, and the Creation of Virtual Communities

Diehl, Laura. Why Drusilla is More Interesting Than Buffy (now available in Slayage 13_14)

DiMaggio, Thomas. "Now Could I Drink Hot Blood": Buffy Summers as a Modern-Day Hamlet

Donaruma, William. Once More With Feeling: The Hellmouth in Postmodern Heaven

Dunn, George A. “A very strong urge to hit you”: Mimetic Rivalry and Scapegoating in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (with Brian McDonald)

Durand, Kevin K. J. Vampires and Slayers: Powers, Patriarchy, and Feminism (with Ashli Dykes)

Duricy, Michael. Marian Symbols in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Dykes, Ashli. Vampires and Slayers: Power. Patriarchy, and Feminism (with Kevin Durand)


Edwards, Lynne. "No Wonder You Died": Buffy as Death Myth Goddess

Edwards, Jonathan J. The Amazing Mr. Cross: Recreating the Symbols of Religion in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Eldevik, Randi. The Dangerous Edge of Things: Spike's Characterization on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel

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


Feathers, William R. Another Family Show: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Mother Maternal Body

Ferris, Shawna. Spike the Vampire, The Vampire Slayer, or Buffy's Preoccupation With “New' Masculinity”

Fitzpatrick, Caroline. Monsters and Mean Streets: Angel and the Legacy of Noir

Flor, Chris. Psychotic Narration and Institutionalization in "Normal Again"

Fontenot, Kirk. The Nature of the Beast: A Modernist Reading of Spike the Vampire and Faulkner's Joe Christmas

Francis, Jr., James. "Selfless": Locating Female Identity in Anya/Anyanka Through Prostitution

Fritts, David. Warrior Heroes: Buffy the Vampire Slayer  and Beowulf


Gatson, Sarah N. Bronzers still, online and off? The changing nature of Bronzer identity after Buffy (with Amanda Zweerink)

Gelineau, Mark. Evolution of a Big Bad: Marginalization of Spike as Prelude to Transformation

Gorman, Jill. Renogiating Identity: Viewing the Post 9/11 Buffyverse in a Post 9/11 World

Grossman, Jacob. Spike, the Initiative, and the Substitution of the Technological for the Metaphysical

Grunloh, Devlin. The Painful Knowning Process: Willow Rosenberg, Transformational Language and the Logic Of Human Evil

Gutierrez, Phil. Caged and Tied: The Performative Nature of Violence in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (with Jorge Rodriguez)


Hale, Lisa. Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Age of McLuhan

Halfyard, Janet. The greatest love of all: Cordelia's journey of self-discovery

Hall, Jasmine. Im/Material Girl: Abjection, Penetration, and the Postmodern Body on Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Haner, Heather. Buffy as a Pedagogical Tool in the Composition Classroom

Heinecken, Dawn. Extending the "Freak Show": Het fic and the Buffyverse

Held, Jacob. The Stuff We're Made of

Hetherington, Naomi. Blood Sisters: Sisterhood, Sacrifice, and Self-Harm in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season Five

Hill, DeNara. Why are the White Hats so White? Self-Identity and Problems of Ethnic Non-Diversity in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Hill, Kathryn. Music, subtexts, and foreshadowing: the contextual role of "source" music in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Hills, Laura. Intercultural Communicative Competence and 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer': How Anya learned to be less Aud

Holder, Nancy. After the Revolution: Greetings Sans Citations from a Cultural Worker in the Buffyverse

Holte, James. Buffy's Cinematic Credentials: From Big Screen to Small Screen


Jackson, Russ. "Why don't you just go back where you came from?" Aspects of post-colonial theory in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Jarvis, Christine. "Wow, they're all so identical": Choosing conformity or death as an adult learner in the Buffyverse | Bringing Your Own Subtext: Individual Difference in Viewers' Responses to Buffy (with Viv Burr)

Jencson, Linda. The Male Hero in Feminish Society: Comparisons of Buffy's Spike and the Iroquois' Hiawatha

Jenéy, Cynthia. Perspective by Incongruity and the Tao of Cordelia: Dramatistic Considerations of Vampires, Technology, and the Technological Society

Jowett, Lorna. The Problem of Romance and the Representation of Gender in Buffy and Angel


Katchuck, Michelle. Buffy and the Other

Keller, Don. Buffy's Shadows or, Not Quite Thirteen Ways of Looking at the Scooby Gang

Keyser, Catherine. "All I Can Say Is, Buffy, I've Changed": The Redemption of Spike and Anya Modeling the Reeducation of the Spectator in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Kinsey, Tammy. "I Wish I Had the Blue": Cinematic Language in "The Body"

Kirkland, Ewan. Buffy the Vampire Slayer  and Constructions of Whiteness

Kneis, Philipp. "I Touch the Fire and it Freezes Me". Soul-Searching on Buffy the Vampire Slayer  and Angel

Krug, Gary J. Men, Watching, Buffy: Questing for the Unattainable (with Mimi Marinucci)

Krüger, Oliver. Buffy and its religious Consequences in Germany - Slayage, Teenage and supernatural Powerwomen

Kruithoff, Olaf. "Buffy the U.N. Slayer" - US Against THEM

Krzywinska, Tanya. Demon Power Girl: Regimes of Form and Force in Videogame Versions of Buffy the Vampire Slayer


Lachance, Paul. “Fate and the Knowledge of Future Contingents: What Did Cassie Know?”

Lam, Michelle. How evil is represented in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Lavery, David. “I Wrote My Thesis on You": Buffy Studies as an Academic Cult (now available in Slayage 13_14)

Lehmann, Joanna. The Bully within and Without: Facing Intimidation in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Lenzhofer, Karin. "Buffy's Fantasies"

Lerner, Neil. Christophe Beck and Buffy's First Romances: Paradoxes of Musical Scoring in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Levy, Jennifer. From Metaphor to RealityL Resurrection as Rape in the Buffyverse

Lincoln, Charles Edward. Buffy's Golden Bough: Myth and Political Structure from Ariccia to Sunnydale

Linscott, Vaughn. Buffyspeak and Newspeak: Contrapositive Paradigms of Speech

Lioi, Anthony. Giving Them the Axe: Witches, Slayers, and a Final Feminist Enchantment

Locklin, Reid. Convener of Buffy and Religion Panel

Lorge, Peter. The Martial is the Message, or why Buffy can't fight


Marinucci, Mimi. Men, Watching, Buffy: Questing for the Unattainable (with Gary Krug)

Marsh, Tanya. Due Process for Demons? Law and Justice in the Buffyverse

McClain, Katia. Buffy Slays Walt Disney

McDonald, Brian. “A very strong urge to hit you”: Mimetic Rivalry and Scapegoating in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (with George A. Dunn)

McGuire, John. Appeciating the Zeppo: The Gender Flexibility of Xander Harris in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Melton, Gordon. Buffy's Historical Credentials:Dracula to Forever Knight

Middents, Jeffrey R. A Sweet Vamp: Critiquing the Treatment of Race in Buffy and the American Musica Once More (with Feeling)

Milavec, Melissa. Archetypal Articulations of the Dream World in the Buffyverse

Miller, Elizabeth. Buffy's Literary Credentials: Dracula's Revealing Footprints

Money, Mary Alice. Setting Up Shop in Hell: Angel in Season 5

Montz, Amy L. "Size Doesn't Matter?": The Disembodied Miniature in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Moreno, Elena. The Poetics of Space in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Mukherjea, Ananya. Passing On: Buffy Fanfiction and Reconciling Ends and Transitions in the Buffyverse

Muntersbjorn, Madeline. Slayer Soul: Suffering, Survival, & Stength


Neal, Chris. Vampires Rock, Heads Roll: Tone Painting, Characterization via Musical Style, and other Musical Symbolism in "Once More, With Feeling"


O'Meara, Radha. Patterns of Revelation in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel

O'Reilly, Julie D. Examining the "Girl Question": The Use of Doubles in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Osell, Tedra. "In Many a Scaly Fold": Maternal Love, Maternal Lust, and Temporal Transformation in BtVS


Pateman, Matthew. "My name's Buffy and your history"

Patton, Lori C. "What Else Are we Gonna Do?" Finding "The Courage to Be" with Angel and Buffy

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

Peeling, Caitlin. “What’s more real? A sick girl in an institution… Or some kind of supergirl..”: The Question of Madness in “Normal Again,” a feminist reading (with Meaghan Scanlon)

Pender, Patricia. Whose Revolution Has Been Televised? The Transnational Sisterhood of Slayers

Perdigao, Lisa K. "Bringing Buffy back": Re-animating the Body in/of Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Perry, David. Marti Noxon: Buffy's Other Genius

Peters, Mark. "The Nah-nah-nah-nah-nah-nah Approach to Naming: A Slice of Slayer Slang

Petrova, Erma. The Faust Paradigm: Soul-Having in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Marlowe's Doctor Faustus (paper to be delivered by Russ Jackson)

Phillips, Maxine. Respondent to “Such is the Will Of God”: Freedom and Destiny in the Buffyverse

Porter, Heather. Buffy Lives: An Angian Examination of Buffy Watchers (Text | Appendices in Microsoft Word)

Pruter, Robin. Be My Buffy: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Girl Group Music--Cultural Representations of the Teenage Girl

Pungente, S. J., John J. Buffy is the Key: Teaching Media Literacy

Purac, Selma Amina. "What If I'm Still There?" Reality and Schizophrenic Psychosis in "Normal Again"


Rabb, J. D. Russian Existentialism and Vampire Slayage: A Shestovian Key to the Power and Popularity of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (with J. M. Richardson)

Rambo, Elizabeth. I've Got a Little List, or "You Guys Wanna Team Up and Take Over Sunnydale U?"

Rauch, Stephen. When 'Until the End of the World' Really Means it: Friendship, Love, and Spiritual Warfare in the Buffyverse and Garth Ennis' and Steve Dillon's Preacher

Rees, Shelley. "One Girl" no More: Female Jealousy in BtVS

Richardson, J. M. Russian Existentialism and Vampire Slayage: A Shestovian Key to the Power and Popularity of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (with J. D. Rabb)

Riess, Jana. Buffydharma: BtVS and the New American Buddhism

Riser, Jim. Guns Don't Kill Vampires; People Kill Vampires--The Weapons of BtVS or The Search for WMD--Weapons of Monster Destruction in BtVS

Rodriguez, Jorge. Caged and Tied: The Performative Nature of Violence in Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (with Phil Gutierrez)

Rogers, Brett. Driving Stakes, Driving Cars: Californian Car Culture, Sex, and Identity in BtVS (with Walter Scheidel)

Rose, Anita. Buffy’s Choice: The Meta-Narrative of Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Rosenfeld, Lawrence. On Teaching Buffy: Interpersonal Relationships in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (UNC, Spring 2004)

Ruddell, Caroline. “I am the Law,” “I am the Magics”: Split characters, speech and power in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Rust, Linda. "In my plan, we are belt-less": Andrew's Fannish Practices in "Storyteller"

Ryan, Brandy. "It's complicated . . . because of Tara": History, Identity Politics, and the Straight White Male Author of Buffy the Vampire Slayer


Salah, Trish. Raising the Unconscious or the Dead? The Uncanny Pedagogy of Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Sandler, Kevin. Teaching the Vampire Slayer: Pedagogy and Projects from University of Arizona's Buffy Class

Scanlon, Meaghan. “What’s more real? A sick girl in an institution… Or some kind of supergirl..”: The Question of Madness in “Normal Again,” a feminist reading (with Caitlin Peeling)

Schaeffer, Kyle. "Because It's Naughty": Fidelity and Evil in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Scheidel, Walter. Driving Stakes, Driving Cars: Californian Car Culture, Sex, and Identity in BtVS (with Brett Rodgers)

Schiffren, Mara. On Escherian Dualism and the Metaphysics of the Middle Way: Interpreting the Spatial Architecture of Angel the Show

Shade, Pat. Screaming to be Heard: Reminders and Insights on Community and Communication in "Hush"

Shapiro, Paul. Alexander Harris: Buttmonkey No More

Shepherd, Dawn. "In the Plus Column": The Timeliness of Faith

Showalter, Dennis. Buffy Goes to War: The Introductions of Military Genre Conventions in the Seventh Season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Shull, Ira. The Candide of Sunnydale: Andrew as Satire of Pop Culture and Marketing Trends in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

South, James. “On the Philosophical Consistency of Season 7” (now available in Slayage 13_14)

Sparling, Rebecca. “But You’re Just a Girl”: Representations of the New Woman in Buffy and Dracula

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

Spooner, Catherine. "What's with the makeover of the damned: Buffy, Goth, and Sartorial Evil

Staudacher, Joanne E. Spanking the Inner Moppet: The Expression of Women's Anger in the Good-vs-Evil Universe of Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Stokes, Jennifer. “Who died and made you John Wayne?” or Why Riley Could Never Be a Scoobie

Stowell, Louie. Absent Fathers and Multiplying Christs in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Stuart, Susan. When Ontologies Collide: The Essential Confusion of Existence in the Buffyverse

Sutherland, Sharon. If a Vampire Bites a Lawyer, Is It Cannibalism? The Demonization of Lawyers in Angel (with Sarah Swann)

Svatek, John. Fonty Goodness: Authenticity through Graphic Design on Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Swan, Sarah. If a Vampire Bites a Lawyer, Is It Cannibalism? The Demonization of Lawyers in Angel (with Sharon Sutherland)

Sylvia, IV, J. J. Postmodernism and Buffy: Challenging Mass Media's Ideological Grip on the Simulacra

Symonds, Gwyn. "A Little More Soul Than is Written": Acting "Spike" and the Ambiquity of Evil in Sunnydale


Taylor, Lauren Todd. The Real and Its Vampiric Vicissitudes: Watching Buffy with Slavoj Zizek

Tiemeier, Tracy. “Self Becoming or Becoming Self? A Comparative Study of Buffy and the Hindu Saint Antal on Identity and Self-Realization,”

Tjardes, Sue. Out of the Basement, into the Background: Xander's Masculinity and Marginalization

Toye, Margaret. The New Man, Fitting Mate for the New Woman: Buffy and the Boys via Postfeminist Ethics

Turnbull, Sue. “Not Just Another Buffy Paper”: Towards an Aesthetics of Television

Turner, Chestina. Sacrificing the Boys: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Tuszynski, Stephanie. "IRL (In Real Life)": The Bronze Documentary Project


Van Dyke, Trudi. "'At Midnight Drain the Stream of Life': Vampires and the New Woman"

van Gameren, Sophia. ‘That Boy Is Our Last Hope’: Andrew, Star Wars and the Figure of the Jedi in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Vox, Lisa Roy. “This Is How Many Apocalypses For Us Now?”: The Buffyverse Apocalyptic and Premillennialist Christianity


Welsh, Jennifer. “Don’t Speak Latin in Front of the Books”: Knowledge, Power, and History in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Wilcox, Rhonda V. “The Princess Screamed Once”: Power, Silence, and Fear in “Hush”

Williams, Todd. The Threat to the Subject in “Once More, With Feeling”

Wilson, Tamara. Buffy and Jame Sitting in a Tree – What are our Girl Heroes Up to Now?

Wilts, Alissa. Lesbian-Type Lovers: Heterosexual writer bias and the Evil/Dead Lesbian Cliché in the representation of the Willow/Tara relationship

Winslade, Jason. “It’s inside you now, this magic”: Magickal Embodiment and Occult Ethics in the Buffyverse

Worsley, Natasja. VoiceBox: Sex, Language and Power in "Hush"