Slayage 2 March 2001 [1.2]

David Lavery and Rhonda V. Wilcox, Co-Editors

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

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Cynthia Bowers (Kennesaw State University), Generation Lapse: The Problematic Parenting of Joyce Summers and Rupert Giles PDF Version

Richard Campbell and Caitlin Campbell, Demons, "Aliens, Teens and Television" (from Television Quarterly) PDF Version

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

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”  PDF Version

Gabrielle Moss, From the Valley to the Hellmouth: Buffy’s Transition from Film to Television  PDF Version

Rhonda V. Wilcox (Gordon College), "There Will Never Be a ‘Very Special’ Buffy”:  Buffy and the Monsters of Teen Life (from The Journal of Popular Film and Television) PDF Version

Gina Wisker (Anglia Polytechnic University), Vampires and School Girls: High School Highjinks on the Hellmouth in Buffy the Vampire Slayer | PDF Version

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Recommended. Here and in each issue of Slayage the editors will recommend or note writing on BtVS available on the Internet.

Steven C. Schlozman (Harvard University), Vampires and Those Who Slay Them: Using the Television Program Buffy the Vampire Slayer in Adolescent Therapy and Psychodynamic Education  from Academic Psychiatry
Joyce Millman (, The Death of Buffy's Mom: An Amazing, Buzz-heavy Episode Takes the Most Daring Show on TV to a New Level