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Roxanne Samer is a postdoctoral scholar-teaching fellow in cinema and media studies at the University of Southern California. She edited Spectator 37.2 (Fall 2017), a special issue dedicated to the study of transgender media. William Whittington is the assistant chair of cinema and media studies at the University of Southern California. He has been the managing editor of Spectator since 2002.
Acknowledgments Introduction. Gender, Sexuality, and Media: Audience and Spectatorship (Roxanne Samer and William Whittington) Part 1. Revisiting Film Subjects and the Pleasures of Cinema Chapter 1. Feminine Discourse in Blackmail (Amy Lawrence) Chapter 2. Venus in Furs: Masoch, Deleuze, and the Films of von Sternberg (Gaylyn Studlar) Chapter 3. "You Don't Know What It Is to Look White and Be Black": The Black Press Mediates Race in the Classic Hollywood Studio System, 1930-1940 (Anna Everett) Chapter 4. Joe Dallesandro-A "Him" to the Gaze: Flesh, Heat, and Trash (Stephen Tropiano) Part 2. Speaking Up and Sounding Out Chapter 5. Unheard Sexualities?: Queer Theory and the Soundtrack (Scott D. Paulin) Chapter 6. The Articulation of Body and Space in Speak Body (Christie Milliken) Chapter 7. "I Kinda Prefer to Be a Human Being": Roseanne Barr and Defining Working-Class Feminism and Authorship (Melissa Williams) Chapter 8. Riot Grrrl: It's Not Just Music, It's Not Just Punk (Mary Celeste Kearney) Part 3. Queering Media Chapter 9. Soap Slash: Gay Men Rewrite the World of Daytime Television Drama (Hollis Griffin) Chapter 10. From Excess to Access: Televising the Subculture (Eric Freedman) Chapter 11. Pronoun Trouble: The "Queerness" of Animation (Sean Griffin) Part 4. Containment and Its Critiques Chapter 12. Of Fleiss and Men: The Transgressions and Containment of a Hollywood Madam (Mary Celeste Kearney) Chapter 13. Out on Stage: LGBT Politics of Entertainment Award Shows (Raffi Sarkissian) Chapter 14. Lesbian Cop, Queer Killer: Leveraging Black Queer Women's Sexuality on HBO's The Wire (Jennifer DeClue) Part 5. Fandom and Transmedia Chapter 15. Resurrection of the Vampire and the Creation of Alternative Life: An Introduction to Dark Shadows Fan Culture (Harry M. Benshoff) Chapter 16. The Rumors Are True!: Gossip Girl and the Cooptation of the Cult Fan (Elena Bonomo) Chapter 17. The Trouble with Transmediation: Fandom's Negotiation of Transmedia Storytelling Systems (Suzanne Scott) Contributors Index