Vampire Chronicles: Fantasies of Vampirism in a Cross-Cultural Perspective

GSF 231S

Literary and cinematic representations of vampirism, from Dracula to Buffy, Chinese jiangshi to the politics of blood-selling and blood donation. The figure of the vampire as embodiment of anxieties about sexuality, desire, gender identity, and ethnic alterity. Cross-cultural circulation of vampiric traditions, vampirism as a symbol of circulation in its own right.
Curriculum Codes
  • CCI
  • ALP
Cross-Listed As
  • AMES 413S
  • ICS 406S
  • SXL 231S