Notes

Notes
1
p. 2
David Lavery, Angela Hague, and Marla Cartwright, eds., Deny All Knowledge: Reading The X Files [Syracuse, N.Y.: Syra- cuse University Press, 1996])
Lavery
Deny All Knowledge: Reading
1996
2
Entertainment Weekly (29 November, 1996), p. 38.
29 November
38
Entertainment Weekly
1996
3
Jimmie L. Reeves, Mark C. Rodgers, and Michael Epstein, "Rewriting Popularity: The Cult Files," pp. 22-35,
Reeves
22
Rewriting Popularity: The Cult Files
Susan J. Clerc, "DDEB, GATB, MPPB, and Ratboy: The X-Files' Media Fandom, Online and Off," pp. 36-51
Clerc
36
DDEB, GATB, MPPB, and Ratboy: The X-Files' Media Fandom, online and Off
Lavery, Hague, and Cartwright, op. cit
4
Lavery, Hague, and Cartwright, op. cit., p. 20
20
The "PMT" is from "We All Love X. But Why?," New States- man and Society (23 August, 1996), p. 26
23 August
26
New Statesman and Society
1996
5
Eric McLuhan and Frank Zingrone, eds., Es- sential McLuhan (New York: Basic Books, 1995)
McLuhan
Essential McLuhan
1995
Mar- shall McLuhan, Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man [1964] (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996)
McLuhan
Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man
1996
Marshall McLuhan and Quentin Fiore, The Medium Is the Massage: An Inventory of Effects [1967] (San Francisco: Hardwired, 1996)
McLuhan
The Medium Is the Massage: An Inventory of Effects
1996
McLuhan include Glenn Willmott, McLuhan, or Modernism in Reverse (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996)
Willmott
McLuhan, or Modernism in Reverse
1996
Paul Benedetti and Nancy DeHart, eds., On McLuhan: For- ward Through the Rearview Mirror (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997)
Benedetti
On McLuhan: Forward Through the Rearview Mirror
1997
W. Terrence Gordon, Marshall McLuhan: Escape into Understanding, A Biography (New York: Basic Books, 1997)
Gordon
Marshall McLuhan: Escape into Understanding, A Biography
1997
6
Andrew Ross, No Respect: Intellectuals and Popular Culture (New York: Routledge, 1989), p. 114
Ross
114
No Respect: Intellectuals and Popular Culture
1989
The Play- boy quote is in McLuhan and Zingrone, Essential McLuhan, p. 233
The Playboy
233
Essential McLuhan
7
Hans Magnus Enzensberger, "Constituents of a Theory of the Media" [1974], in John C. Hanhardt, ed., Video Cul- ture: A Critical Investigation (New York: Visual Studies Workshop, 1986), pp. 114-115
Enzensberger
Constituents of a Theory of the Media
114
Video Culture: A Critical Investigation
1986
Ross, No Respect
Gordon, Marshall McLuhan
8
Lewis Lapham, introduction to McLuhan, Understanding Media, p. xi.
xi
9
The Medium Is the Massage (New York: Bantam Books, 1967), p. 26
26
The Medium Is the Massage
1967
McLuhan, Understanding Media
McLuhan and Zin- grone, Essential McLuhan
McLuhan
Essential McLuhan
10
Lapham, in McLuhan, Understanding Media, p. xiii.
xiii
11
Robert A. Rosenstone, "The Future of the Past: Film and the Beginnings of Postmodern History," in Vivian Sobchack, ed., The Persistence of History: Cinema, Tele- vision, and the Modern Event (New York: Routledge, 1996), p. 215.
Rosenstone
The Future of the Past: Film and the Beginnings of Postmodern History
215
The Persistence of History: Cinema, Television, and the Modern Event
1996
12
Raymond Williams, Television: Technology and Cultural Form [1975] (London: Routledge, 1990), p. 128.
Williams
128
Television: Technology and Cultural Form
1990
13
Anne Friedberg, Window Shopping: Cinema and the Postmodern (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1993)
Friedberg
Window Shopping: Cinema and the Postmodern
1993
14
Gordon, Marshall McLuhan, pp. 105, 179, 302
105
Arthur Kroker, Technology and the Canadian Mind: Innis/ Mc- Luhan/Grant (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1984), p. 55
Kroker
55
Technology and the Canadian Mind: Innis/ McLuhan/Grant
1984
15
Gordon, op. cit., p. 302.
302
16
Ibid.
17
Entertainment Weekly (29 November, 1996), pp. 38-39.
29 November
38
Entertainment Weekly
1996
18
John Fiske, Television Culture (London: Methuen, 1987), p. 93
Fiske
93
Television Culture
1987
"Television: Polysemy and Popularity," Critical Studies in Mass Communication 3 (December 1986), pp. 391-408
December
391
3
Critical Studies in Mass Communication
1986
19
John Thornton Caldwell, Televisuality: Style, Crisis, and Authority in American Television (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1995), pp. 4, 261
Caldwell
4
Televisuality: Style, Crisis, and Authority in American Television
1995
Jim Collins, "Postmodernism and Television," in Robert C. Allen, ed., Channels of Discourse, Reassem- bled: Television and Contemporary Criticism, 2nd ed. (Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press, 1992), pp. 327-349
Collins
Postmodernism and Television
327
Channels of Discourse, Reassembled: Television and Contemporary Criticism
1992
20
Caldwell, op. cit., p. 233.
233
21
James Sterngold, "'X-Files' Looks for the Room to Stretch Out," New York Times (21 September, 1997), pp. 9, 14
Sterngold
21 September
9
New York Times
1997
22
Kroker, op. cit., p. 17.
17
23
Mike Flaherty, "Unseen Forces," Entertainment Weekly (29 November, 1996), p. 50.
Flaherty
29 November
50
Entertainment Weekly
1996
24
Erik Davis, "Earth's Most Wanted," Village Voice (26 Oc- tober, 1993), pp. 49-50
Davis
26 October
49
Village Voice
1993
Allison Glock, "Darkman," Gen- tlemen's Quarterly (January 1997), p. 94
Glock
January
94
Gentlemen's Quarterly
1997
25
Ken Tucker, "Spooky Kind of Love," Entertainment Weekly (29 November, 1996), p. 36
Tucker
29 November
36
Entertainment Weekly
1996
Entertainment Weekly (24 October, 1997), p. 42
24 October
42
Entertainment Weekly
1997
James Wolcott, "Too Much Pulp," The New Yorker (6 January, 1997), p. 76
Wolcott
6 January
76
The New Yorker
1997
26
Wolcott, op. cit., p. 76.
76
27
Willmott, op. cit., p. 170.
170
28
Reeves, Rodgers, and Epstein, op. cit., p. 35.
35
29
Rhonda Wilcox and J. P. Williams, "'What Do You Think?' The X-Files, Liminality, and Gen- der Pleasure," pp. 99-120
Wilcox
99
'What Do You Think?' The X-Files, Liminality, and Gender Pleasure
Lisa Parks, "Special Agent or Monstrosity? Finding the Feminine in The X-Files," pp. 121-134
Parks
121
Special Agent or Monstrosity? Finding the Feminine in The X-Files
Linda Badley, "The Rebirth of the Clinic: The Body as Alien in The X-Files," pp. 148-167
Badley
148
The Rebirth of the Clinic: The Body as Alien in The X-Files
Elizabeth Kubek, "'You Only Expose Your Father': The Imaginary, Voyeurism, and the Symbolic Order in The X-Files," pp. 168-204
Kubek
168
'You Only Expose Your Father': The Imaginary, Voyeurism, and the Symbolic Order in The X-Files
Lavery, Hague, and Cartwright, Deny All Knowledge
Lavery
Deny All Knowledge
TV Guide [17-23 May, 1997], pp. 26, 28
17
26
TV Guide
1997
30
Badley, "Rebirth of the Clinic," p. 164
Badley
164
Rebirth of the Clinic
31
Reeves, Rodgers, and Epstein, "Rewriting Popularity," p. 35.
Reeves
35
Rewriting Popularity
32
James Williams, "Undercover Work," Times Educational Supplement (3 January, 1997), p. III
Williams
3 January
III
Times Educational Supplement
1997
C. Eugene Emery, Jr., "Paranormal and Paranoid Intermingle on Fox TV's 'X-Files,"' Skeptical Inquirer (March/April 1995), pp. 18-19
Emery
March
18
Skeptical Inquirer
1995
William Evans, "Science and Reason in Film and Television," Skeptical Inquirer (January/February 1996), pp. 45-48, 58
Evans
January
45
Skeptical Inquirer
1996
33
"Too Much Pulp," p. 76
76
Too Much Pulp
34
Jonathan Ross, "Talking with Aliens," Sight and Sound [June 1995], p. 61)
Ross
June
61
Sight and Sound
1995
35
Kroker, op. cit., p. 72.
72
36
Silence of the Lambs, All the President's Men, Alien and Aliens, and any- thing by David Cronenberg
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