Cynthia Fuchs is director of Film & Media Studies, As well as associate professor of English, African American Studies, and Film & Video Studies, at George Mason University. She has published articles on Buffy and Dark Angel; Shakira; Jay- Z; Brad Pitt in Thelma and Louise; Taxi Driver; hip-hop, Michael Jackson, Prince, Juvenile and Cash Money, "gangsta rap," the Spice Girls, queer punks, alternative masculinities in rock, "bad" kids in Bully and George Washington, The war in Iraq, and Vietnam war movies. She edited Spike Lee: Interviews (2002), and coedited Between the Sheets, In the Streets: Queer, Lesbian, and Gay Documentary (1997). Her current book project focuses on post-9/11 documentaries. Joe Lockard is associate professor of English at Arizona State University. He teaches early American and African American literatures, and directs the Antislavery Literature Project (antislavery.eserver.org). His recent books include Watching Slavery: Witness Texts and Travel Reports (2008) and, with Mark Pegrum, Brave New Classrooms: Democratic Education And The Internet (2007). He has published extensively on American literatures and cultural studies, and develops projects in Internetbased public scholarship.