Table of contents for The lure of the dark side : satan and western demonology in popular culture / edited by Christopher Partridge and Eric Christianson.

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Table of Contents
Christopher Partridge & Eric Christianson
CHAPTER 1: Satanism and Popular Music.
Asbj?rn Dyrendal (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
CHAPTER 2: Between Hymn and Horror Film: How Do We Listen to the Cradle of Filth?
Peter Mercer-Taylor (University of Minnesota) 
CHAPTER 3: When Demons Come Calling: Dealing With the Devil and Paradigms of Life in African American Music
Anthony Pinn (Rice University, Houston)
CHAPTER 4: Dark Theology: Dissident Commerce, Gothic Capitalism and The Spirit of Rock ?n? Roll
Charlie Blake (Liverpool Hope University)
CHAPTER 5: Speak of the Devil: The Portrayal of Satan in the Christ Film 
William R. Telford (University of Durham) 
CHAPTER 6: Celluloid Vampires, Technology, and the Decline of Religion 
Titus Hjelm (University of Helsinki) 
CHAPTER 7: A Man of Wealth and Taste: The Strange Career of Hannibal Lecter 
Brian Baker (University of Lancaster) 
CHAPTER 8: Demons of the New Polytheism 
George Aichele (Adrian College, Michigan) 
CHAPTER 9: Scriptural Dimensions of Evil: Biblical Text as Timepiece, Talisman, and Tatoo 
Larry Kreitzer (University of Oxford) 
CHAPTER 10: James Hogg and the Demons of Scottish Presbyterianism
Crawford Gribben (University of Manchester)
CHAPTER 11: Voldemort, Death Eaters, Dementors, and the Dark Arts: A Contemporary Theology of Spiritual Perversion in the Harry Potter Stories 
Colin Duriez

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Popular culture.