Table of contents for Seinfeld, master of its domain : revisiting television's greatest sitcom / edited by David Lavery with Sara Lewis Dunne.

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Table of Contents
* David Lavery and Sara Lewis Dunne (Middle Tennessee State University), Preface. "Part of Popular Culture": The Legacy of Seinfeld 
I. "Giddy-Up!": Introductions
* Albert Auster (Fordham University), Much Ado About Nothing: Some Final Thoughts on Seinfeld 
* David Marc (Syracuse University), Seinfeld: A Show (Almost) About Nothing
* Bill Wyman, Seinfeld
* Reflections on Seinfeld
II. "Maybe the dingoes ate your baby": Genre, Humor, Intertextuality
* Michael Dunne (Middle Tennessee State University), Seinfeld as Intertextual Comedy 
* Barbara Ching (University of Memphis), They Laughed Unhappily Ever After: Seinfeld, Situation Comedy, and the Encounter with Nothingness
* Dennis Hall (University of Louisville), Jane Austen, Meet Jerry Seinfeld
* Amy McWilliams (Texas A & M), Genre Expectation and Narrative Innovation in Seinfeld
III. "If I like their race, how can that be racist?": Gender, Generations, and Ethnicity
* Joanna L. Di Mattia (Monash University), Male Anxiety and the Buddy System in Seinfeld 
* Matthew Bond, "Are they having babies just so people will visit them?": Parents and Children on Seinfeld
* Jon Stratton (Curtin University of Technology), Seinfeld is a Jewish Sitcom, Isn't It: Ethnicity and Assimilation on 1990s American Television
IV. "It is so sad, all your knowledge of high culture comes from Bugs Bunny cartoons": Cultural, Pop Cultural, and Media Matters
* Geoffrey O'Brien, The Republic of Seinfeld 
* Sara Lewis Dunne (Middle Tennessee State University), Seinfood: Purity, Danger, and Food Codes on Seinfeld
* Eleanor Hersey (Fresno Pacific University), "It'll Always Be Burma to Me": J. Peterman on Seinfeld 
* Elke van Cassel (Radboud University Nijmegen), Getting the Joke: Seinfeld from a European Perspective
* Michael M. Epstein (Southwestern University School of Law), Mark C. Rogers (Walsh University), and Jimmie L. Reeves (Texas Tech University), From Must-See-TV to Branded Counter Programming: Seinfeld and Syndication
V. Afterword
* David Lavery, Middle Tennessee State University, with Marc Leverette, Colorado State University, Re-Reading Seinfeld after Curb Your Enthusiasm 
VI. "Get Out!": Back Pages
* Betty Lee, Seinfeld Lexicon 
* Seinfeld Episode and Situation Guide (by David Lavery)
* Seinfeld Intertexts and Allusions
* Contributors 
* Bibliography 
* Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Seinfeld (Television program).