Fan Video Working Bibliography

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Ashley, D. E. 2010. “The Public as Creator and Infringer: Copyright Law Applied to the Creators of User-Generated Video Content.” Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. LJ 20 (2): 563–1419.

Aufderheide, Patricia, Peter Jaszi, and Elizabeth Nolan Brown. 2007. “The Good, The Bad and the Confusing: User-Generated Video Creators on Copyright.” Center for Social Media.

Beebe, Roger, and Jason Middleton. 2007. Medium Cool : Music Videos from Soundies to Cellphones. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Brown, Lyndsay. 2007. “‘ Learning How to See What Isn’t There Yet’: An Investigation of the Fan Music Video.” PhD Thesis, University of Florida.

Burgess, J. 2008. “’All Your Chocolate Rain Are Belong to Us?’Viral Video, YouTube and the Dynamics of Participatory Culture.” Video Vortex Reader: Responses to YouTube, 101–109.

Burwell, Catherine. 2013. “The Pedagogical Potential of Video Remix.” Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy.

———. 2015. “You Know You Love Me.” Feminist Media Studies 15 (2): 306–23.

Busse, Kristina. 2007. Vidding Intro via Imeem.

Click, Melissa A., and Suzanne Scott. 2018. The Routledge Companion to Media Fandom. [Electronic Resource]. First edition. Routledge Media and Cultural Studies Companions. Taylor and Francis.

Close, Samantha. 2016. “Fannish masculinities in transition in anime music video fandom.” Transformative Works and Cultures 22.

Colburn, Steven. 2015. “Filming Concerts for YouTube: Seeking Recognition in the Pursuit of Cultural Capital.” Popular Music & Society 38 (1): 59.

Coppa, Francesca. 2007. Celebrating Kandy Fong: Founder of Fannish Music Video.

———. 2008. “Women, ‘Star Trek,’ and the Early Development of Fannish Vidding.” Transformative Works and Cultures 1.

———. 2009a. “A Fannish Taxonomy of Hotness.” Cinema Journal 48 (4): 107–13.

———. 2009b. Vidding. ABC-CLIO, LLC.

———. 2011a. “Interview with Sandy and Rache (‘The Clucking Belles’).” Transformative Works and Cultures 6 (March).

———. 2011b. “An Editing Room of One’s Own: Vidding as Women’s Work.” Camera Obscura 26 (77): 123–30.

Coppa, Francesca, and Rebecca Tushnet. 2011. “How to Suppress Women’s Remix.” Camera Obscura 26 (77): 131.

Corey Creekmur, Melanie Kohnen, Jonathan McIntosh, Lori Morimoto, Katherine Morrissey, Suzanne Scott, and Louisa Stein. 2017. “Roundtable: Remix and Videographic Criticism,” no. 4: 159.

Counteragent. 2012. “Documenting the Vidders: A Conversation with Bradcpu.” Transformative Works and Cultures 9 (March).

Creekmur, Corey, Melanie Kohnen, Jonathan McIntosh, Lori Morimoto, Katherine Morrissey, Suzanne Scott, and Louisa Stein. 2017. “Roundtable: Remix and Videographic Criticism.” Cinema Journal 56 (4): 159–184.

Deaville, James. 2016. “Recut and Re-Tuned: Fan-Produced Parody Trailers.” Journal of Fandom Studies 4 (2): 209.

Feinman, Steven, and Neil Reiss. 2000. Thirty Frames Per Second: The Visionary Art of the Music Video. Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.: Harry N Abrams Inc.

Fraimow, Rebecca. 2014. “Preserving Digital Remix Video [Symposium].” Transformative Works and Cultures 17 (September).

———. n.d. “Building Archives Of Our Own: Community Repositories for Digital Remix Video.”

Freund, Katharina. 2016a. “‘Fair Use Is Legal Use’: Copyright Negotiations and Strategies in the Fan-Vidding Community.” New Media & Society 18 (7): 1347–63.

———. 2016b. “‘Fair Use Is Legal Use’: Copyright Negotiations and Strategies in the Fan-Vidding Community.” New Media & Society 18 (7): 1347–63.

Genealogy of Vidding with Francesca Coppa – “24/7 a DIY Video Summit.” 2009.

Hill, Logan. 2007a. “The Vidder: Luminosity Upgrades Fan Video.” New York Magazine, November.

Horwatt, Eli. 2010. “A Taxonomy of Digital Video Remixing: Contemporary Found Footage Practice on the Internet.” Scope: An Online Journal of Film and Tv Studies June (17).

Itō, Mizuko. 2010. “The Rewards of Non–Commercial Production: Distinctions and Status in the Anime Music Video Scene.” First Monday 15 (5).

Jenkins, Henry. 1992. “‘Layers of Meaning’: Fan Music Video and the Poetrics of Poaching.” In Textual Poachers. Routledge.

———. 2008a. Fan Vidding: A Labor Of Love (Part One).

———. 2008b. Fan Vidding: A Labor Of Love (Part Two).

———. 2010a. Vidding Kung Fu Panda in China.

———. 2010b. DIY Media 2010: Anime Music Videos (Part One).

———. 2010c. DIY Media 2010: Anime Music Videos (Part Three).

———. 2010d. DIY Media 2010: Anime Music Videos (Part Two).

Julie Levin Russo. 2009. “User-Penetrated Content: Fan Video in the Age of Convergence.” Cinema Journal 48 (4): 125–130.

Karpovich, A. I. 2007. “Reframing Fan Videos.” In Music, Sound and Multimedia: From the Live to the Virtual, 17–28.

Knobel, M., C. Lankshear, and M. Lewis. 2010. “AMV Remix: Do-It-Yourself Anime Music Videos.” DIY Media: Creating, Sharing and Learning with New Technologies. New York: Peter Lang, 205–230.

Kreisinger, Elisa. 2012. “Queer Video Remix and LGBTQ Online Communities [Multimedia].” Transformative Works and Cultures 9 (March).

Kwon, Jungmin. 2015. “Queering Stars: Fan Play and Capital Appropriation in the Age of Digital Media.” Journal of Fandom Studies 3 (1): 95.

Lamerichs, N. 2008. “It’s a Small World after All: Metafictional Fan Videos on YouTube.” Cultures of Arts, Science and Technology 1 (1): 52–60.

Lamerichs, Nicolle. 2015. “The Remediation of the Fan Convention: Understanding the Emerging Genre of Cosplay Music Videos.” Transformative Works & Cultures 18 (January): 1.

Lashley, Mark C. 2012. “Lip Dubbing on YouTube: Participatory Culture and Cultural Globalization.” Transformative Works & Cultures 11 (September): 8.

Leduc, Martin. 2012a. “The Two-Source Illusion: How Vidding Practices Changed Jonathan McIntosh’s Political Remix Videos.” Transformative Works and Cultures 9 (March).

———. 2012b. “The Two-Source Illusion: How Vidding Practices Changed Jonathan McIntosh’s Political Remix Videos.” Transformative Works and Cultures 9 (March).

Leung, Yee-Man Janice. 2008. From Crowdsurfing to Crowdsourcing: User-Generated Concert Videos, YouTube.Com and the Practices of Music Fandom.,,%20Yee-Man%20Janice&

Long, A. S. 2007. “Mashed Up Videos and Broken Down Copyright: Changing Copyright to Promote the First Amendment Values of Transformative Video.” Okla. L. Rev. 60: 317.

Lothian, Alexis. 2009. “Living in a Den of Thieves: Fan Video and Digital Challenges to Ownership.” Cinema Journal 48 (4): 130–130–136.

———. 2015. “A Different Kind of Love Song: Vidding Fandom’s Undercommons.” Cinema Journal, no. 3: 138.

———. 2018. “From Transformative Works to #transformDH: Digital Humanities as (Critical) Fandom.” American Quarterly 70 (3): 371.

Louttit, Chris. 2013. “Remixing Period Drama: The Fan Video and the Classic Novel Adaptation.” Adaptation.

Lovink, G., and Rachel Somers Miles. 2011. “Video Vortex Reader II: Moving Images beyond YouTube.” Amsterdam: Institute for Networkcultures.

Lucia Tralli. 2013. “Fan Video Goes to the Movies: Movie-Vid, Vidding Community e Cinefilia.” Cinergie, no. 3: 190.

———. 2015. “‘Come Together’: A Fanvid Insight on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Fandom.” Series. International Journal of Tv Serial Narratives, no. 1.

McIntosh, Jonathan. 2012. “A History of Subversive Remix Video before YouTube: Thirty Political Video Mashups Made between World War II and 2005 [Multimedia].” Transformative Works and Cultures 9 (March).

Meneghelli, Donata. 2017. “Just Another Kiss: Narrative and Database in Fan Vidding 2.0.” Global Media Journal: Australian Edition 11 (1): 1.

Middleton, Kim. 2010. “Alternate Universes on Video: Ficvid and the Future of Narrative.” In Writing and the Digital Generation: Essays on New Media Rhetoric, 117–131. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

———. 2012. “Remix Video and the Crisis of the Humanities.” Transformative Works and Cultures 9 (March).

Milstein, Dana. 2007. “Case Study: Anime Music Videos.” In Music, Sound and Multimedia: From the Live to the Virtual, 29–47. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Ming-Tsung Lee. 2015. “The Visuality, Embodiment and Gender Performance of Korean Pop: A Study on the Production, Consumption and Appropriation of the MVs of “Girls’ Generation”.” Mass Communication Research, no. 1: 37.

Mitchell, G., and A. Clarke. 2003. “Videogame Art: Remixing, Reworking and Other Interventions.” In Level Up Conference Proceedings.

Moskowitz, MarcL. 2014. “Seeing Sound: Perhaps Love , YouTube, and Hong Kong’s Cultural Convergence.” Visual Anthropology 27 (1/2): 149.

“Murder Husbands: Queerness, Violence & Cinematic History.” n.d. Vimeo. Accessed September 19, 2019.

Muscar, Jaime A. 2006. “A Winner Is Who? Fair Use and the Online Distribution of Manga and Video Game Fan Translation.” Vanderbilt J. of Entertainment and Technology Law 9.

NavarroRemesal, Víctor. 2017. “Museums of Failure : Fans as Curators of ‘Bad’, Unreleased, and ‘Flopped’ Videogames.” In Fans and Videogames: Histories, Fandom, Archives.

Ng, Eve. 2008a. “Reading the Romance of Fan Cultural Production: Music Videos of a Television Lesbian Couple.” Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture 6 (2): 103.

Oh, Chuyun. 2015. “Queering Spectatorship in K-Pop: The Androgynous Male Dancing Body and Western Female Fandom.” Journal of Fandom Studies 3 (1): 59.

Oh, David C. 2017. “Black K-Pop Fan Videos and Polyculturalism.” Popular Communication 15 (4): 269.

Rasmussen Pennington, Diane. 2016. “‘The Most Passionate Cover I’ve Seen’: Emotional Information in Fan-Created U2 Music Videos.” Journal of Documentation 72 (3): 569–90.

Roberts, Ian. 2012. “Genesis of the Digital Anime Music Video Scene, 1990–2001 [Multimedia].” Transformative Works and Cultures 9 (March).

Russo, Julie Levin. 2017. “Femslash Goggles: Fan Vids with Commentary by Creators.” Transformative Works and Cultures 24 (June).

Russo, Julie Levin, and Francesca Coppa. 2012. “Fan/Remix Video (a Remix) [Editorial].” Transformative Works and Cultures 9 (March).

Sarkeesian, Anita. 2010. “Remixing Pop Culture” Event Videos.

Shannon, Tashery. 1993. “Move Over, MTV! Here Come the Song Vids! Fan Music Videos.” Strange New Worlds, no. 9 (October).

Sound and Vision: The Music Video Reader. 1993. London: Routledge.

Springall, Dana. 2004. “Popular Music Meets Japanese Cartoons: A History of the Evolution of Anime Music Videos.” PhD Thesis, Birmingham, Ala.: Samford University.

Stein, Louisa. 2014. “Vidding: Remix as Affective Media Literacy.” Intermédialités : Histoire et Théorie Des Arts, Des Lettres et Des Techniques / Intermediality: History and Theory of the Arts, Literature and Technologies, no. 23.

Stein, Louisa Ellen. 2010. “‘What You Don’t Know’: ‘Supernatural’ Fan Vids and Millennial Theology.” Transformative Works and Cultures 4 (March).

Swan, Anna Lee. 2018. “Transnational Identities and Feeling in Fandom: Place and Embodiment in K-Pop Fan Reaction Videos.” Communication, Culture & Critique 11 (4): 548.

Tisha Turk. 2016. “Transformation in a New Key: Music in Vids and Vidding,” no. 2: 163.

Turk, Tisha, and Joshua Johnson. 2012. “Toward an Ecology of Vidding.” Transformative Works and Cultures 9 (March).

Vellar, Agnese. 2012. “Spreading the Cult Body on YouTube: A Case Study of ‘Telephone’ Derivative Videos.” Transformative Works and Cultures 9 (March).

Wagner-Kaiser, Jeremy. 2005. “Web Riders on the Storm: Anime Music Videos, Aesthetics, and Copyright.”

Walker, Jesse. 2008. “Remixing Television: Francesca Coppa on the Vidding Underground.” Reason Magazine August/September.

Winters, Sarah Fiona. 2012. “Vidding and the Perversity of Critical Pleasure: Sex, Violence, and Voyeurism in ‘Closer’ and ‘On the Prowl.’” Transformative Works and Cultures 9 (March).