Slayage 15, December 2004 [4.3]

David Lavery and Rhonda V. Wilcox, Co-Editors

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A PDF copy of this issue of Slayage is available here.

A PDF copy of the entire volume can be accessed here.

Greg Stevenson (Rochester College), "The End as Moral Guidepost" (from Televised Morality: The Case of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, published by Hamilton Books) |  PDF Version

Bronwen Calvert (Sunderland University), Going Through the Motions: Robots in Buffy the Vampire Slayer | PDF Version

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

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

Arwen Spicer (University of Oregon), "Itís Bloody Brilliant!" The Undermining of Metanarrative Feminism in the Season Seven Arc Narrative of Buffy | PDF Version

 
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5 [2.1]  6 [2.2] 7 [2.3]  8 [2.4]
9 [3.1]  10 [3.2] 11-12 [3.3-4]  
13-14 [4.1-2] 15 [4.3] 16 [4.4] Archives
17 [5.1] 18 [5.2] 19 [5.3] 20 [5.4]

Recommended. Here and in each issue of Slayage the editors will recommend writing on BtVS appearing elsewhere.

William P. MacNeil, "'You slay me!' Buffy as Jurisprude of Desire." Cardozo Law Review 24.6 (2003): 2421-40. [available in PDF only]

Martin Tomlinson, "A Question of Faith: Responsibity, Murder and Redemption in Buffy the Vampire Slayer." Chrestomathy: Annual Review of Undergraduate Research at the College of Charleston 3(2004): 205-228.

Marianne Cantwell, Collapsing the Extra / Textual:Passions and Intensities of Knowledge in Buffy: the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Online Fan Communities in Refractory: a Journal of Entertainment Media

Rebecca Beirne, Queering the Slayer-Text: Reading Possibilities in Buffy the Vampire Slayer in Refractory: a Journal of Entertainment Media

 

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