Fandom: Identities and Communities in a Mediated World

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Contents
Acknowledgmentsix
Introduction: Why Study Fans?1
Jonathan Gray, Cornel Sandvoss, and C. Lee Harrington
PART I:Fan Texts: From Aesthetic to Legal Judgments
1The Death of the Reader? Literary Theory and the Study of Texts in Popular Culture19
Cornel Sandvoss
2Media Academics as Media Audiences: Aesthetic Judgments in Media and Cultural Studies33
Matt Hills
3Yoko in Cyberspace with Beatles Fans: Gender and the Re-Creation of Popular Mythology48
Christine Scodari
4Copyright Law, Fan Practices, and the Rights of the Author60
Rebecca Tushnet
PART II:Beyond Pop Culture: Fandom from News to High Culture
5The News: You Gotta Love It75
Jonathan Gray
6The Fans of Cultural Theory88
Alan McKee
7Bachies, Bardies, Trekkies, and Sherlockians98
Roberta Pearson
8Fans of Chekhov: Re-Approaching “High Culture”110
John Tulloch

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