Transformative Works & Culture

Transformative Works & Culture

Vol. 5
Autobiographical reasoning in long-term fandom
ARTICLE C. Lee Harrington, Denise D. Bielby
When normal and deviant identities collide: Methodological considerations of the pregnant acafan
ARTICLE Mary Ingram-Waters
"May the journey continue": "Earth 2" fan fiction, or Filling in gaps to revive a canceled series
ARTICLE Francesca Musiani
Fighting the fan sub war: Conflicts between media rights holders and unauthorized creator/distributor networks
ARTICLE Mikhail Koulikov
Fan filmmaking and copyright in a global world: "Warhammer 40,000" fan films and the case of "Damnatus"
ARTICLE John Walliss
The romanticization of abstinence: Fan response to sexual restraint in the Twilight series
ARTICLE Jennifer Stevens Aubrey, Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz, Melissa A. Click
From the edges to the center: Disability, "Battlestar Galactica," and fan fiction
ARTICLE sasha_feather
"This isn't something I can fake": Reactions to "Glee"'s representations of disability
ARTICLE David Kociemba
Becky is my hero: The power of laughter and disruption in "Supernatural"
ARTICLE Judith May Fathallah
Fandom squared: Web 2.0 and fannish production
ARTICLE Jeff Watson
Interview with Elisa Kreisinger
ARTICLE Francesca Coppa
Interview with Jo Graham, Melissa Scott, and Martha Wells
"Coming of age in 'Second Life': An anthropologist explores the virtually human," by Tom Boellstorff
ARTICLE Adi Kuntsman
"Masculinity and popular television," by Rebecca Feasey
ARTICLE Lindsay Bernhagen
Inside Scanlation
ARTICLE Alex Leavitt

Vol 4
"Kinda like the folklore of its day": "Supernatural," fairy tales, and ostension
ARTICLE Catherine Tosenberger
Monstrous melodrama: Expanding the scope of melodramatic identification to interpret negative fan responses to "Supernatural"
ARTICLE Lisa Schmidt
The Impala as negotiator of melodrama and masculinity in "Supernatural"
ARTICLE Melissa N. Bruce
"Let's get those Winchesters pregnant": Male pregnancy in "Supernatural" fan fiction
ARTICLE Berit Åström
Renegotiating religious imaginations through transformations of "banal religion" in "Supernatural"
ARTICLE Line Nybro Petersen
"Hey, check it out, there's actually fans": (Dis)empowerment and (mis)representation of cult fandom in "Supernatural"
ARTICLE Laura E. Felschow
Annihilating love and heterosexuality without women: Romance, generic difference, and queer politics in "Supernatural" fan fiction
ARTICLE Monica Flegel, Jenny Roth
Tlon, fandom, and source texts: The effect of fan works on the narrative of "Supernatural"
ARTICLE Deepa Sivarajan
"What you don't know": "Supernatural" fan vids and millennial theology
ARTICLE Louisa Ellen Stein
What are little ghouls made of? The "Supernatural" family, fandom, and the problem of Adam
ARTICLE Kristin Noone
"Supernatural" bodies: Writing subjugation and resistance onto Sam and Dean Winchester
ARTICLE Suzette Chan
Infernal redemption
ARTICLE Babak Zarin
From canon to fanon and back again: The epic journey of "Supernatural" and its fans
ARTICLE Melissa Gray
"I'm glad we got burned, think of all the things we learned": Fandom conflict and context in Counteragent's "Still Alive"
ARTICLE Katharina Freund
A box of mirrors, a unicorn, and a pony
ARTICLE Jules Wilkinson
Interview with Keith R. A. DeCandido
ARTICLE Catherine Tosenberger
Interview with the Super-wiki admin team
ARTICLE Deborah Kaplan
Interview with Wincon organizer Ethrosdemon

"In the hunt: Unauthorized essays on 'Supernatural,'" edited by
ARTICLE Alysa Hornick
"Supernatural role playing game," by J. Chambers
ARTICLE Douglas Schules
"Scare tactics: Supernatural fiction by American women," by Andrew Jeffrey Weinstock
ARTICLE Germán Gil-Curiel
"Contemporary Gothic," by Catherine Spooner
ARTICLE Martin Fradley
"Haunting experiences: Ghosts in contemporary folklore," by Diane E. Goldstein et al.
ARTICLE Linda Levitt
"Pretend we're dead," by Annalee Newitz
ARTICLE Christopher M. Moreman
Vol 3
The labor of creativity: Women's work, quilting, and the uncommodified life
ARTICLE Debora J Halbert
Sex detectives: "Law & Order: SVU"'s fans, critics, and characters investigate lesbian desire
ARTICLE Julie Levin Russo
On productivity and game fandom
ARTICLE Hanna Wirman
Sites of participation: Wiki fandom and the case of Lostpedia
ARTICLE Jason Mittell
Identity and authenticity in the filk community
ARTICLE Melissa L. Tatum
The Web planet: How the changing Internet divided "Doctor Who" fan fiction writers
ARTICLE Leora Hadas
The magic of television: Thinking through magical realism in recent TV
ARTICLE Lynne Joyrich
The future of academic writing?
Repackaging fan culture: The regifting economy of ancillary content models
ARTICLE Suzanne Scott
Snogs of innocence, snogs of experience
ARTICLE Dana Shilling
Playing [with] multiple roles: Readers, authors, and characters in "Who Is Blaise Zabini?"
ARTICLE Anne Collins Smith
"A Jedi like my father before me": Social identity and the New York Comic Con
ARTICLE Jen Gunnels
“The Hunt for Gollum”: Tracking issues of fandom cultures
ARTICLE Robin Anne Reid
Pattern recognition: A dialogue on racism in fan communities
Interview with Verb Noire
ARTICLE K. Tempest Bradford
Interview with Mark Smith and Denise Paolucci
Interview with Chris Bouchard
ARTICLE Emma Dollard
"Camgirls: Celebrity and community in the age of social networks," by Theresa M. Senft
ARTICLE Adriano Barone
"Introduction to Japanese horror film," by Colette Balmain
ARTICLE Alessia Alfieroni
"Pride and prejudice and zombies: The classic Regency romance—Now with ultraviolent zombie mayhem!," by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith
ARTICLE Craig B. Jacobsen
Vol 2 (2009) - Games as transformative works
Games as transformative works
ARTICLE Rebecca Carlson
The Army rolls through Indianapolis: Fieldwork at the Virtual Army Experience
ARTICLE Robertson Allen
"Too Human" versus the enthusiast press: Video game journalists as mediators of commodity value
ARTICLE Rebecca Carlson
The everyday lives of video game developers: Experimentally understanding underlying systems/structures
ARTICLE Casey O'Donnell
Social dimensions of expertise in "World of Warcraft" players
The friends that game together: A folkloric expansion of textual poaching to genre farming for socialization in tabletop role-playing games
ARTICLE Michael Robert Underwood
“Once more a kingly quest”: Fan games and the classic adventure genre
ARTICLE Anastasia Marie Salter
Endless loop: A brief history of chiptunes
ARTICLE Kevin Driscoll, Joshua Diaz
Maps of many worlds: Remembering computer game fandom in the 1980s
ARTICLE Will Brooker
Game over: Asian Americans and video game representation
ARTICLE Thien-bao Thuc Phi
Intrinsic motivation: "flOw," video games, and participatory culture
ARTICLE Braxton Soderman
"Dungeons & Dragons": The gamers are revolting!
ARTICLE Rebecca Bryant
An examination of living through enjoyment: Live-action role-play
ARTICLE Amanda Odom
The birth of a community, the death of the win: Player production of the "Middle-earth Collectible Card Game"
Playing Sue
ARTICLE Julia Beck, Frauke Herrling
Interview with Paul Marino
ARTICLE Geoffrey Long
Interview with Doris C. Rusch
ARTICLE Clara Fernández-Vara
Interview with Tony O’Driscoll
Diane E. Levin: Child's play as transformative work

"Second person: Role-playing and story in games and playable media," edited by Pat Harrigan and Noah Wardrip-Fruin
ARTICLE John Finlay Kerr
"Beyond Barbie and Mortal Kombat: New perspectives on gender and gaming," edited by Yasmin B. Kafai et al.
ARTICLE Gina Serafin-Persson
Vol 1
Participatory democracy and Hillary Clinton’s marginalized fandom
ARTICLE Abigail De Kosnik
"Emotions-Only" versus "Special People": Genre in fan discourse
ARTICLE Louisa Ellen Stein
Painful pleasures: Sacrifice, consent, and the resignification of BDSM symbolism in "The Story of O" and "The Story of Obi"
ARTICLE Anne Kustritz
Women, "Star Trek," and the early development of fannish vidding
ARTICLE Francesca Coppa
"The epic love story of Sam and Dean": "Supernatural," queer readings, and the romance of incestuous fan fiction
ARTICLE Catherine Tosenberger
Ownership, authority, and the body: Does antifanfic sentiment reflect posthuman anxiety?
ARTICLE Madeline Ashby
The unlearning: Horror and transformative theory
ARTICLE Michael A. Arnzen
Soap operas and the history of fan discussion
And now, a word from the amateurs
ARTICLE Dana L. Bode
On symposia: LiveJournal and the shape of fannish discourse
ARTICLE Rebecca Lucy Busker
Nothing but Net: When cultures collide
ARTICLE Cathy Cupitt
Fan labor audio feature introduction
Interview with Henry Jenkins
Interview with Wu Ming
ARTICLE Veruska Sabucco
Interview with the Audre Lorde of the Rings

"Teen television: Essays on programming and fandom," edited by Sharon Marie Ross and Louisa Ellen Stein
ARTICLE Mary Dalton
"Fans: The mirror of consumption," by Cornel Sandvoss
ARTICLE Eve Marie Taggart
"Cyberspaces of their own," by Rhiannon Bury
ARTICLE Katarina Maria Hjärpe
"The new influencers," by Paul Gillin
ARTICLE Barna William Donovan
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