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'Buffy the Vampire' Slayer Conference

A daylong conference on the cult classic television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer will feature speakers from the United States and Canada on April 1 at Marquette University. Registration is open.

The event is being organized by two Marquette professors: James South, an associate professor of philosophy, and Gerry Canavan, an assistant professor of English.

“Buffy’s continuing relevance and resonance is showing us, through seven seasons of television, that significant and thoughtful ideas can be raised in a TV series and that they can be made through art and craft,” South said.

Sherryl Vint, a professor of English at the University of California-Riverside, will give the keynote speech, “Being Ready for the Big Moments: Buffy’s Legacy.”

The full program can be found here.