CFP: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (e-journal)

full name / name of organization: 
dlavery
contact email: 
dlavery@mtsu.edu

David Lavery and Rhonda V. Wilcox, the editors of an in-development book,
FIGHTING THE FORCES: ESSAYS ON THE MEANING OF BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER,
solicit your possible contributions to SLAYAGE: AN ONLINE INTERNATIONAL
JOURNAL OF BUFFY STUDIES, a new, refereed, e-journal. Go here to see the
SLAYAGE site: http://www.slayage.tv/.

We welcome proposals (including at least a full paragraph description of your
essay and a title) or completed essays on any aspect of BtVS.

All essays should be submitted electronically.

Please contact the editors via e-mail: dlavery_at_mtsu.edu; Rhondapcas_at_aol.com

We are open to all kinds of ideas on any aspect of the series and/or its
television context. Here are some possible topics (this is not intended as an
exhaustive list):

Adam
allusions
ancillary texts (comics, novels, Watcher's Guides, The Monster Book , etc.)|
Angel
Angel as a spinoff
Anya
the audience of Buffy
Auteur television
Buffy and Columbine| Buffy and queer theory| the Buffy film
Buffy from a content analysis perspective| Buffy from a cultural studies
perspective
Buff from a feminist perspective
Buffy from a Lacanian perspective
Buffy from a narratological perspective
Buffy from a reader/viewer response perspective
Buffy from a semiotic perspective| Buffy in the media
Buffy on the Internet
Jenny Calendar
Cordelia Chase
directors (other than Whedon)| doubling| dreams in Buffy
Drusilla
Jane Espenson| estrangement| Faith
fan fiction
Riley Finn
David Fury
Forrest Gates
gender
generational interaction or Gen X depictions
genre
Rupert Giles
Glory
David Greenwalt
Harmony Kendall
humor
individual episodes
The Initiative
intertextuality
language
Jonathan Levinson
location and meaning: Sunnydale
magic
marketing Buffy
The Master
Mayor Wilkins
mise-en-scene analysis
the monsters
Mr. Trick
music
Marti Noxon
Oz| Douglas Petrie
pop culture references
postmodernism and Buffy
quality TV and Buffy
representation of college
representation of high school
representation of teens
role models
romance
Season 1
Season 2
Season3
Season 4
Season 5
self-referentiality
Spike
story arcs
subplots
subtexts
Buffy Summers
Dawn Summers
Joyce Summers
Tara
themes
the title sequence
vampire mythology
violence/action
Joss Whedon
the uncanny
Watchers/the Watchers Council |Wesley Wyndham-Price
Willow Rosenberg
witchcraft/Wicca
women in production
writers (other than Whedon)
Xander Harris

Dr. David Lavery
English Department
Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
615-898-5648
Fax: 615-898-5098
Homepage: http://www.mtsu.edu/~dlavery/

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