1. Beyond Gay Men and After the Closet: Camp's New Politics and Pleasures.- 2. The History and Theory of Camp. I. Stonewall, Sontag, `Sissies,' Sirk. II. Camp's Double Coding: Detachment / Attachment.- 3. The Great Dyke Rewrite - Lesbian Camp on the Big Screen. I. New Queer Cinema. II. Lesbian Chic. III. Girls Gone Camping - But I'm a Cheerleader and D.E.B.S.. IV. Subtext to Sincerity.- 4. TV in/vs. Postfeminism - Feminist Camp in 30 Rock. I. Contemporary Sitcoms and Meta-Reflection. II. Legacy of the Feminist Sitcom. III. Postfeminism in US (Media) Culture. IV. 30 Rock's Divergences in Comic Format and Narrative Formula. V. "I want to go to there!" - The Camp Routes of 30 Rock's Leading Ladies. VI. A Sitcom's Swan Song.- 5. Taking Pop Seriously: Lady Gaga as Camp. I. Gaga for Pop's Giants - Stars, Divas and the Intimacy of Pop. II. Internet Killed the Video Star - Narrating Metareferentiality across Media. III. "Follow the Glitter Way" - The Monster Ball and Camp Live in Concert. IV. Grotesquely Serious.- 6. Camp: A New, More Complex Relation to the Serious.
Katrin Horn is a postdoctoral fellow in American Studies at FAU Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany. She is co-editor of Stimme, Kultur, Identitat (2015) and author of several articles on US American popular music and television.