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  • Grosses vollständiges Universal-Lexicon Aller Wissenschafften und Künste (auch Zedler genannt): Zedler:Vampyren oder Blutsauger, Band 46, Spalte 474 - 482
  • Meyers Konversations-Lexikon (1888–1889): MKL1888:Vampir, Band 16, S. 45.
  • Eduard Hoffmann-Krayer, Hanns Baechtold-Staeubli (Hrsg.): Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubens. Bd. 6, Reprint. de Gruyter, Berlin 2002, S. 819, Google Books.


Dokumente und Berichte
Johann Weichard Valvasor: Die Ehre des Hertzogthums Crain (Nürnberg, 1689) - vgl. Band VI, S. 335 (Digitalisat Wolfenbüttel) & vgl. Band XI, S. 317-319 (Digitalisat Wolfenbüttel)
Vampir - Bericht über die Geschehnisse in Kisolova - Frombald - 1725 (Digitalisat aus dem Wienerisches Diarium, Ausgabe des 21.7.1725)
Bericht über die Vampirs zu Medvegia in Servien - Johann Flückinger - 1732. In: Johann Christoph Harenberg: Vernünftige und Christliche Gedancken über die Vampirs (1733)
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Sexualitaet Macht Tod-t - Vampir - Clemens Ruthner - 2002
Ethnische Minderheiten im Vampirglauben Osteuropas - Peter M Kreuter - 2002
Schauplaetze osteuropaeischer Vampirliteratur - Suedamerika - Christoph Augustynowicz - 2003
Michael Ranft: Tractat von dem Kauen und Schmatzen der Todten in Gräbern, Worin die wahre Beschaffenheit derer Hungarischen Vampyrs und Blut-Sauger gezeigt, Auch alle von dieser Materie bißher zum Vorschein gekommene Schrifften recensiret werden. 1734, Teubners Buchladen
Augustin Calmet: Gelehrte Verhandlung der Materie von den Erscheinungen der Geister, und der Vampire in Ungarn und Mähren. Edition Roter Drache, 2007. (Digitalisat)
Vampirism and Antisemitism - Jeffrey Weinstock - 2001

Journal of Dracula Studies

Number 1 (1999)
From the Order of the Dragon to Dracula (Constantin Rezachevici)
Whose Dracula is it Anyway?Deane, Balderston and the World Famous Vampire Play (Anne-Marie Finn)
Overlooked Pearls: The Blue Oyster Cult and the Vampire in Popular Music (David Hallett & Robin Martin)
Separation Granted, Divorce Denied, Annulment Unlikely (Raymond T McNally)
The Influence of Dracula on the Lesbian Vampire Film (Sharon Russell)
Coffin Nails: Smokers and Non-smokers in Dracula (Elizabeth Miller)
The Image of Transylvania in English Literature (Carmen Maria Andras)
Book Reviews (Nikki White)
Number 2 (2000)
Secrecy as Strategy in Dracula (Jean Marigny)
Desire and Loathing in Bram Stoker's Dracula (Nancy Rosenberg)
Dracula and the Gothic Imagination of War (Bryan Alexander)
Filming Dracula: Vampires, Genre, and Cinematography (Jorg Waltje)
Vampire Crime (Katherine Ramsland)
Book Reviews (Nikki White and Elizabeth Miller)
Number 3 (2001)
Melodrama hath charms: Planche's Theatrical Domestication of Polidori's "The Vampyre" (Katie Harse)
In Search of the Lesbian Vampire: Barbara von Cilli, Le Fanu's "Carmilla" and the Dragon Order (Raymond T. McNally)
Revampings of Dracula in Contemporary Fiction (Margaret L. Carter)
Once Upon the Sleeping Canon: Literary Lustre in Cradle of Filth's Wintry Romances (Julio Angel Olivares Merino)
Blade: A Return to Revisionism (James Craig Holte)
Count Dracula and the Folkloric Vampire: Thirteen Comparisons (Patrick Johnson)
"I am not like other people":Tippi Hedren, Vampires, and Marnie (Victoria Amador)
A View from the Classroom: Why Dracula no longer frightens us (Jenna Harris)
Hutchinson's Colonial Library Edition of Dracula - (revised) (Robert Eighteen-Bisang)
Number 4 (2002)
"Unconscious cerebration" and the Happy Ending of Dracula (John Greenway)
Imitations of Immortality: Shadow of the Vampire (James Craig Holte)
The Tomb of Vlad Tepes: The Most Probable Hypothesis (Constantin Rezachevici)
Root Canals: The Neutered Vampire and the Metamorphosis of Undead Metaphor (Chris McGunnigle)
Repulsive Pariah or Romantic Prince? Transforming Monstrosity in Bram Stoker's and Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula (Vrunda Stampwala Sahay)
Xenophobia and its Subversion in Darker Than You Think (Margaret L Carter)
The Question of Immortality: Vampires, Count Dracula and Vlad the Impaler (Elizabeth Miller)
Book Reviews (Nikki White)
Guest Review (Jason Nolan)
Number 5 (2003)
A Race of Devils: Frankenstein, Dracula and Science Fiction (R J Frost)
It's all in the blood: The Bram Stoker/Peter Cushing Alliance (Michael McGlasson)
The Post-Feminist Vampire: A Heroine for the Twenty-First Century (Victoria Amador)
The Dragon, the Raven and the Ring (Michael Vorsino)
Michel Beheim, German Meistergesang, and Dracula (David B Dickens and Elizabeth Miller)
Dracula in the Comics (Perry Lake)
The Journey of the Damned Coffin (Jordi Ardanuy and Luisa Romero)
Book Reviews (Nikki White)
Number 6 (2004)
Vampirism and the Degeneration of the Imperial Race (Monika Tomaszewska)
A Clutch of Vampires: An Examination of Contemporary Dracula Texts (James Craig Holte)
Keeping the Faith: Catholicism in Dracula and its Adaptations (D Bruno Starrs)
Sex, Blood and (Un)Death: The Queer Vampire and HIV (Carlen Lavigne)
Demonizing the Emerging Woman: Misrepresented Morality in Dracula and God's Little Acre (Ashley Craig Lancaster)
From Undead Monster to Sexy Seducer: Physical Sex Appeal in Contemporary Dracula Films (Donald Rottenbucher)
Number 7 (2005)
The Cultural-Historical Origins of the Literary Vampire in Germany (Heide Crawford)
Betwixt Sunset and Sunrise: Liminality in Dracula (Mark M. Hennelly, Jr.)
Echoes of Dracula: Racial Politics and the Failure of Segregated Spaces in Matheson's I Am Legend (Kathy Davis Patterson)
Dracula and the Afterlife: A Psychological Explanation (Jack D. Maser)
The People of Bram Stoker's Transylvania (Duncan Light)
Number 8 (2006)
The Children of the Night:Stoker's Dreadful Reading and the Plot of Dracula (Dick Collins)
The Use of Count Famous in "Buffy vs. Dracula" (Tara Elliott)
The coin of our realm: Blood and Images in Dracula 2000 (Alan Ambrisco & Lance Svehla)
Vlad Tepes and his Use of Punishments (Constantin Rezachevici)
Triply Filiated: Lestat and the Three Fathers (Maureen C. LaPerrière)
Number 9 (2007)
Rethinking the New Woman in Stoker's Fiction: Looking at Lady Athlyne (Carol A. Senf)
The Status of Vlad Tepes in Communist Romania: A Reassessment (Duncan Light)
Hamilton Deane and John C. Balderston: The Men Who "Re-vamped" Count Dracula (Michael McGlasson)
Quiero chupar tu sangre: A Comparison of the Spanish- and English-language Versions of Universal Studio's Dracula (Robert Harland)
Why am I so changed? Vampiric Selves and Gothic Doubleness in Wuthering Heights (Lakshmi Krishnan)

Literatur und Film

Literatur (Theorie)
Tale of Terror - Study of Gothic Romance - Edith Birkhead - 1921
Schauplaetze osteuropaeischer Vampirliteratur - Suedamerika - Christoph Augustinowicz - 2003
Bram Stoker & Dracula: Miscellaneous Documents - Miscellaneous Articles
Literarische Werke
Literarische Werke zum Thema Vampir im eLibrary Projekt
Wikipedia: Paul H. C. Féval - La vampire (Francais)
Wikipedia: Charles Nodier - Infernaliana: Anecdotes, petits romans, nouvelles et contes sur les revenans, les spectres, les démons et les vampires (Francais)
Wikipedia: Bram Stoker - Dracula - Dracula V2 - Dracula's Guest (English)
Wikipedia: George Sylvester Viereck - The House of the Vampire (English)
Film, Bild, Ton
Video-Beiträge zum Thema Vampir bei eLib
Bilder zum Thema Vampir
Internet Movie Database

Slayage. The Online International Journal of Buffy Studies

The Online International Journal of Buffy Studies
Stacey Abbott. A Little Less Ritual and a Little More Fun: The Modern Vampire in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Stacey Abbott, Walking the Fine Line Between Angel and Angelus
Michael Adams, Introduction, Beyond Slayer Slang: Pragmatics, Discourse, and Style in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Naomi Alderman and Annette Seidel-Arpaci, Imaginary Para-Sites of the Soul: Vampires and Representations of 'Blackness' and 'Jewishness' in the Buffy/Angelverse
Jenny Alexander, A Vampire is Being Beaten - De Sade Through the Looking Glass in Buffy and Angel
Camille Bacon-Smith, The Color of the Dark
Derik A. Badman, Academic Buffy Bibliography
Holly G. Barbaccia. Buffy in the "Terrible House"
Margaret Bates, Emily M. Gustafson, Bryan C. Porterfield, Lawrence B. Rosenfeld, "When Did Your Sister Get Unbelievably Scary?" Outsider Status and Dawn and Spike?s Relationship
Jes Battis, "She's Not All Grown Yet": Willow As Hybrid/Hero in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Katrina Blasingame, ?I can?t believe I?m saying it twice in the same century . . . but ?duh . . .?? The Evolution of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Sub-Culture Language through the Medium of Fanfiction
Cynthia Bowers. Generation Lapse: The Problematic Parenting of Joyce Summers and Rupert Giles
Michele Boyette. The Comic Anti-hero in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Or Silly Villain: Spike is for Kicks
Anthony Bradney. "I Made a Promise to a Lady": Law and Love in BtVS
The Politics and Ethics of Researching the Buffyverse
Julie Sloan Brannon, "It's About Power": Buffy, Foucault, and the Quest for Self
Rob Breton and Lindsey McMaster. Dissing the Age of Moo: Initiatives, Alternatives, and Rationality in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Martin Buinicki and Anthony Enns. Buffy the Vampire Disciplinarian: Institutional Excess, Spiritual Technologies, and the New Economy of Power
Angie Burns, Passion, pain and ?bad kissing decisions?: learning about intimate relationships from Buffy Season Six
Vivien Burr, Buffy and the BBC: Moral Questions and How to Avoid Them
Lewis Call, "Sounds Like Kinky Business to Me": Subtextual and Textual Representations of Erotic Power in the Buffyverse
Michelle Callander. Bram Stoker's Buffy: Traditional Gothic and Contemporary Culture
Bronwen Calvert, "Going Through the Motions: Robots in BtVS
Richard Campbell and Caitlin Campbell, Demons, Aliens, Teens and Television (from Television Quarterly)
Marc Camron, Xander, Patriarchy, and the Presentation of Realistic Gender Politics in BtVS
Holly Chandler, Slaying the Patriarchy: Transfusions of the Vampire Metaphor in BtVS (Slayage Number Nine)
_miller.pdf Daniel A. Clark and P. Andrew Miller. Buffy, the Scooby Gang, and Monstrous Authory: BtVS and the Subversion of Authority
Leigh Clemons, Real Vampires Don?t Wear Shorts: The Aesthetics of Fashion in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Carolyn Cocca. "First Word 'Jail,' Second Word 'Bait'": Adolescent Sexuality, Feminist Theories, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Agnes Curry, Is Joss Becoming a Thomist?
Giada Da Ros, When, Where, and How Much is Buffy a Soap Opera?
Robert A. Davis. Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Pedagogy of Fear
Laura Diehl, Why Drusilla is More Interesting Than Buffy
George A. Dunn and Brian McDonald,  ?A Very Strong Urge to Hit You?: Mimetic Violence and Scapegoating in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Frances Early. Staking Her Claim: Buffy the Vampire Slayer as Transgressive Woman Warrior
Greg Erickson, Revisiting Buffy's (A)Theology: Religion: "Freaky" or just "A Bunch of Men Who Died"
Aimee Fifarek. "Mind and Heart with Spirit Joined": The Buffyverse as an Information System
Claire Fossey, "Never Hurt the Feelings of a Brutal Killer": Spike and the Underground Man
Cynthia Fuchs, "Did Anyone Ever Explain to you What 'Secret Identity' Means?" Race and Displacement in Buffy and Dark Angel
Richard Greene and Wayne Yuen. Why Can't We Spike Spike?: Moral Themes in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Janet K. Halfyard. Love, Death, Curses and Reverses (in F minor): Music, Gender and Identity in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel
Janet K. Halfyard, Singing Their Hearts Out: The Problem of Performance in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel
Erin Hollis, Gorgonzola Sandwiches and Yellow Crayons: James Joyce, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Aesthetic of Minutiae
Massimo Introvigne, Brainwashing the Working Class: Vampire Comics and Criticism from Dr. Occult to Buffy
Christine Jarvis and Don Adams, Dressed to Kill: Fashion and Leadership in BtVS
Alice Jenkins and Susan Stuart, Extending Your Mind: Non-Standard Perlocutionary Acts in "Hush"
Lorna Jowett, New Men: "Playing the Sensitive Lad"
Roz Kaveney, A Sense of the Ending: Schödinger's Angel
Jesse Saba Kirchner, And in Some Language That's English? Slayer Slang and Artificial Computer Generation
David Kociemba "Actually, it explains a lot": Reading the Opening Title Sequences of Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Over-identify much??: Passion, "Passion," and the Author-Audience Feedback Loop in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
"Where's the fun?": The Comic Apocalypse in "The Wish"
K. Dale Koontz, The One That Almost Got Away: Doyle and the Fish Story
Kelly Kromer, Silence as Symptom: A Psychoanalytic Reading of "Hush"
Tanya Krzywinska, Playing Buffy: Remediation, Occulted Meta-game-Physics and the Dynamics of Agency in the Videogame Version of Buffy the Vampire Slayer
David Lavery. Apocalyptic Apocalypses: The Narrative Eschatology of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Slayage Number Nine)
 : "Emotional Resonance and Rocket Launchers": Joss Whedon's Audio Commentaries on the Buffy the Vampire Slayer DVDs"
"A Religion in Narrative": Joss Whedon and Television Creativity
"I Wrote My Thesis on You": Buffy Studies as an Academic Cult
Hilary M. Leon. Why We Love the Monsters: How Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer Wound Up Dating the Enemy
Reid B. Locklin. Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Domestic Church: Re-Visioning Family and the Common Good
Barbara Maio Buffy the Vampire Slayer
C. W. Marshall, Aeneas the Vampire Slayer: A Roman Model for Why Giles Kills Ben
Cynthea Masson, ?Is that just a comforting way of not answering the question??: Willow, Questions, and Affective Response in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Cynthea Masson and Marni Stanley, Queer Eye of that Vampire Guy: Spike and the Aesthetics of Camp
Em McAvan, ?I Think I?m Kinda Gay?: Willow Rosenberg and the Absent/Present Bisexual in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Bruce McClelland, By Whose Authority? The Magical Tradition, Violence, and the Legitimation of the Vampire Slayer
Kevin McNeilly, Sue Fisher (University of Alberta), and Christina Sylka (University of British Columbia). Kiss the Librarian, But Close the Hellmouth: "It's Like a Whole Big Sucking Thing"
J. Gordon Melton. Words from the Hellmouth: A Bibliography of Books on Buffy the Vampire
: Images from the Hellmouth: Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comic Books 1998-2002
Philip Mikozsch and Dana Och. Previously on Buffy the Vampire Slayer . . .
Gabrielle Moss, From the Valley to the Hellmouth: Buffy's Transition from Film to Television
Ananya Mukherjea, ?When You Kiss Me, I want to Die?: Gothic Relationships and Identity on Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Wendy Olson, Enlightenment Rhetoric in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Ideological Implications of Worldviews in the Buffyverse
Matthew Pateman, Introduction (special issue on aesthetics)
"Restless" Readings--Involution, Aesthetics, and Buffy
Michele Paule, You're on my campus buddy!: Sovereign and disciplinary power at Sunnydale High
Patricia Pender, "Where Do We Go From Here??: Buffy Studies and Slayage 2006
Mark Peters, Getting a Wiggins and Being a Bitca: How Two Items of Slayer Slang Survive on the Television Without Pity Message Boards
Zo?-Jane Playdon. "The Outsiders' Society": Religious Imagery in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Elizabeth Rambo, "Lessons" for Season Seven of Buffy the Vampire Slayer
"Queen C" Goes to Boys' Town: Killing the Angel in Angel's House
J. Michael Richardson and J. Douglas Rabb, Buffy, Faith and Bad Faith: Choosing to be the Chosen One
Brett M. Rogers, The Whedonverses and the Sociology of Academe, or A Report on SC2: The Slayage Conference on the Whedonverses, Gordon College, May 26-28, 2006
Brett Rogers and Walter Scheidel, Driving Stakes, Driving Cars: California Car Culture, Sex, and Identity in BtVS Driving Stakes, Driving Cars: California Car Culture, Sex, and Identity in BtVS
Rod Romesburg, Regeneration through Vampirism: Buffy the Vampire Slayer?s New Frontier
Lawrence B. Rosenfeld and Scarlet L. Wynns, Perceived Values and Social Support in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Caroline Ruddell, ?I am the law? ?I am the magics?: Speech, Power and the Split Identity of Willow in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Patrick Shade, Screaming to be Heard: Community and Communication in "Hush"
Paul D. Shapiro, Someone to Sink Your Teeth Into: Gendered Biting Patterns on Buffy the Vampire Slayer?A Quantitative Analysis
James South, On the Philosophical Consistency of Season 7
Victoria Spah. Ain't Love Grand: Spike & Courtly Love
Arwen Spicer. "It?s Bloody Brilliant!" The Undermining of Metanarrative Feminism in the Season Seven Arc Narrative of Buffy
"Love's Bitch but Man Enough to Admit It": Spike's Hybridized Gender
Wendy A. F. G. Stengel (Georgetown). Synergy and Smut: The Brand in Official and Unofficial Buffy the Vampire Slayer Communities of Interest
Greg Stevenson, The End as Moral Guidepost
Gwyn Symonds, Playing More Soul Than is Written
Gwyn Symonds "Solving Problems with Sharp Objects": Female Empowerment, Sex and Violence in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Judith Tabron, Girl on Girl Politics: Willow/Tara and New Approaches to Media Fandom
Sue Turnbull, "Not Just Another Buffy Paper": Towards an Aesthetics of Television | Power Point Version
Sherryl Vint. "Killing us Softly"? A Feminist Search for the "Real" Buffy
William Wandless. Undead Letters: Searches and Researches in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Rhonda V. Wilcox. "Every Night I Save You": Buffy, Spike, Sex and Redemption
Wilcox 4 - [1] In "The Demon Section of the Card Catalog": Buffy Studies and Television Studies
"T. S. Eliot Comes to Television: Buffy's 'Restless'"
"There Will Never Be a 'Very Special' Buffy": Buffy and the Monsters of Teen Life
?Williams, Rebecca, "It?s About Power!? Executive Fans, Spoiler Whores and Capital in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer On-Line Fan Community
J. Lawton Winslade. Teen Witches, Wiccans, and "Wanna-Blessed-Be's": Pop-Culture Magic in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Gina Wisker. Vampires and School Girls: High School Highjinks on the Hellmouth in Buffy the Vampire Slayer



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