Studying Television: Morality In Buffy The Vampire Slayer. The 4 week course held at the Cleveland Community College in North Carolina will start Tuesday, January 16, 2007, it's $30 for the class. The class is being taught by mockingbird who posted about it over at whedonesque.org->(reg req).
The Class Description > "From 1997 – 2003, viewers who were able to get past the deliberately silly-sounding title of Buffy were ushered into a complex world that featured much more than a teenage girl staking vampires and worrying about how to pass the next day’s history test. Throughout the seven years of Buffy, viewers saw characters face tough moral questions about consequences, the struggle for redemption, the reality that some battles are lost, and the burdens of personal responsibility and sacrifice. Join this class for a four-week journey through some of Buffy’s lessons in morality. During each two-hour class, an episode of Buffy will be shown and discussion will follow. The class is designed for ardent fans of Buffy as well as those who haven’t seen a single episode and wonder what all the fuss is about. The class is led by K. Dale Koontz, a popular culture enthusiast whose focus is on the work of Buffy’s creator, Joss Whedon."
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October 22 2006
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