Vol 19 (2015)

Transnationalism, localization, and translation in European fandom, guest edited by Anne Kustritz (University of Amsterdam)

Table of Contents


Transnationalism, localization, and translation in European fandom: Fan studies as global media and audience studies HTML
Anne Kustritz


Springsteen fans, #bruceleeds, and the tweeting of locality HTML
Bill Wolff
Antifan activism as a response to MTV's The Valleys HTML
Bethan Jones
The creation of football slash fan fiction HTML
Abby Waysdorf
Representation of American versus non-American fans in Baillie Walsh's Springsteen & I HTML
Maryn Claire Wilkinson
Cultural differences: Polish fandom of Welcome to Night Vale HTML
Agata Włodarczyk, Marta Tyminska
Online Italian fandoms of American TV shows HTML
Eleonora Benecchi


Fandom: The classroom of the future HTML
Paul J. Booth
Watching Dallas again 1: Doing retro audience research HTML
Amanda Gilroy
Watching Dallas again 2: Locating viewing pleasures—An audience study of the new Dallas HTML
Raquel L. Raj, Mabel Wale, Joscha-Nicolai Spoellmink, Arelis Dania, Amanda Gilroy
Watching Dallas again 3: Reassessing Ien Ang's Watching Dallas HTML
Toon Heesakkers, Ward van Hoof, Anne Jager, Amanda Gilroy


A brief history of fan fiction in Germany HTML
Vera Cuntz-Leng, Jacqueline Meintzinger
A connected country: Sweden—Fertile ground for digital fandoms HTML
Christina Olin-Scheller, Pia Sundqvist
Finding Poland: Negotiating the local and the global and the semiperipheral identity of Polish SF&F fandom HTML
Joanna Kucharska, Piotr Sterczewski, Bartłomiej Schweiger, Joanna Płaszewska, Justyna Janik
Case study of French and Spanish fan reception of Game of Thrones HTML
Mélanie Bourdaa, Javier Lozano Delmar
Slash fandom, sociability, and sexual politics in Putin's Russia HTML
Sudha Rajagopalan


Online games, social narratives, by Esther MacCallum-Stewart HTML
Nicolle Lamerichs

Transformative Works and Cultures (TWC), ISSN 1941-2258, is an online-only Gold Open Access publication of the nonprofit Organization for Transformative Works copyrighted under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 Unported License. Contact the Editor with questions.