New issue published (Vol 1, Issue 2) of the Journal of Fandom Studies


The Journal of Fandom Studies has now published a second issue, featuring the following articles:

Volume 1 Issue 2
Cover Date: October 2013

Augmenting fan/academic dialogue: New directions in fan research
Authors: Paul Booth

A case of identity: Role playing, social media and BBC Sherlock
Authors: Ann McClellan

‘Drinking the Kool-Aid’ of cult TV: Fans, followers, and fringe religions in Strangers with Candy and Veronica Mars
Authors: David Diffrient

Community clip show: Examining the recursive collaboration between producers and viewers of a postmodern sitcom
Authors: Rekha Sharma

‘I’m not a lawyer but …’: Fan disclaimers and claims against copyright law
Authors: Jenny Roth And Monica Flegel

Continuing The West Wing in 140 characters or less: Improvised simulation on Twitter
Authors: Inger-Lise Kalviknes Bore And Jonathan Hickman

You can view the issue here:,id=2513/


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