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A collection of essays about the portrayals of female vampires through the history of film, beginning with Carl Theodore Dreyer's Vampyre and culminating with the Twilight series. The contributors to these essays will be primarily female writers/scholars on films that focus on the female vampire--very often lesbian and/or bisexual--and the social implications of such films.
Douglas Brode teaches popular culture at Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications and the University of Texas, San Antonio. He has published more than thirty-five books, including Rod Sterling and The Twilight Zone (2009) and Dream West: Politics and Religion in Cowboy Movies (2013). Leah Deyneka holds a master's degree in nineteenth-century literature from King's College, London, and has written extensively on literature, film, media, and popular culture. Brode and Deyneka are the editors of Sex, Politics, and Religion in Star Wars and Myth, Media, and Culture in Star Wars, both published by Scarecrow Press.
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