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2.1  What Is An IAXS Research Project?
2.2  Registry of Reserved Topics



2.1   WHAT IS AN IAXS RESEARCH PROJECT?

We used to have a publish or perish rule, but we excised that
baby long ago. 

The submission can be any length (we prefer articles at least
1500 words...2000 is even better!) just as long as it contains at
least one actual idea which is presented and developed. Those
that are too short will be publishedas a letter to the editor.
Submission drafts will be edited for content and form and will be
returned to the author for input. 



2.2  REGISTRY OF RESERVED TOPICS


This is a dinosaur. A museum to the old days. It's the reserved
list that was circa October 1999. If you are bored, give it a
read through! It is no longer relevent or anything! But it's a
fun read. It's a pity most of these papers were never written. 

   001. Searching for the Warrior Princess: Interpretations of
   Xena in the Hercules Trilogy (OMXena@aol.com)

   002. The Music of XWP (heparin@wolfenet.com) 

   003. Guilt and Retribution in XWP (hurd@shore.net)

   005. Xena and Motherhood (kevinp@crosslink.net)

   009. Use of Mythology in XWP (mcdermott@ncn.net)

   010. Star Wars/Indiana Jones themes found in XWP
   (OMXena@aol.com)

   012. XWP: Quantum Obsession with a TV Heroine--Fad or
   Fulfilling Fascination (afairman@ix.netcom.com)

   013. Lucy Lawless in GREASE (RDDutra@aol.com)

   014. Classic Archetypes in "Xena: Warrior Princess"
   (cjcs@flash.net)

   017. Lao Ma, Mentor from Afar (nitrocharge@hotmail.com)

   018. Ambiguities in the Relationships Among the Women of XWP
   (heparin@wolfenet.com)
   
   019. Fan-Show Interaction, focusing on the Xena & Gabrielle
   Relationship (cdbreak@wam.umd.edu)

   021. Gabrielle as Conscience (ccarter@shentel.net)          

   024. Xena Scrolls: Fact or Fiction (THTC93C@prodigy.com)           

   027. The Round Killing Thing: An Analysis of Xena's Weapons
   (bsquared@interport.net)

   028. Women Warriors in History and Mythology
   (albie@nternet.net)

   029. The Xenite and How Most of Our Daily Living Reflects Our
   Passion (jjtg@sprynet.com)

   030. When Did It Happen? Events in Xena's Life.
   (ruffell@home.com)

   031. Autolycus: The Man and the Myth (data@powerlink.net)

   032. Religious Connotations Held in Hope, Gabrielle, and Dahak
   (jaxon45@hotmail.com)

   035. The Theology of Xena (evccan@voyager.newcomm.net)

   038. Xena & The Quick & the Dead's Ellen: The Road to
   Redemption (dybka@mindspring.com)

   039. Anachronisms in XWP (mizaru@aol.com)

   040. Comparison between Brisco County's Comet and Xena's Argo
   (bmessick@cas.org)    
 
   041. Xena, Eris, and Discordia, Tenuous Links
   (psy3kxe@atlas.vcu.edu)

   044. Lucy Lawless vs. Xena the character
   (bsquared@interport.net)

   047. Ancient Rites of Religion (bluesong@aol.com)

   048. Does Xena ever sleep? (geekgrrl@ix.netcom.com)

   054. Girls Just Want to Have Fun! (brudnick@cfa.harvard.edu)

   057. Xena and Servelan - The Once and Future Bitchin' Queen
   (purple.logic@virgin.net)

   059. The "Lesbian Spirit" and XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (dswriter@idir.net)

   062. Appreciating Xena, A Well Rounded Character
   (bushido@polarnet.com)

   063. Mysticism, Friendship, and Destiny in XENA: WARRIOR
   PRINCESS (ktaborn@lightspeed.net)

   064. From Cowgirl to Warrior Princess: Obsessions Since
   Childhood to My Current Rage (AXWPHart@aol.com)

   066. Xena: Avenging Angel, Vengeful Devil, or Both? Was Xena
   Doing the Right Thing to Let Callisto Die?
   (mevanslayng@ucsd.edu)

   068. Xena's War Cry (mthurber@baynetworks.com)

   069. Maps and XWP (p.j.dejong@stud.frw.ruu.nl)

   070. Joxer: Is He Really a Dope or Does He Does Do All Those
   Stupid Things Just to Make Xena Look Better? (EGRANDI@aol.com)

   073. Xena's Psychological Make-up: The Warrior And The Nature
   Of Friendship (Petricles@aol.com)

   075. The Effect Of Xena And Gabrielle On Your Spouse, Or
   Significant Other (XXLBadboy@aol.com)

   078. Butch vs. Femme Qualities - What Makes Real Women Real: A
   Study Of Three Women: Gabrielle, Xena and Callisto
   (SHERINYC@aol.com)

   079. Closet and/or Hidden XWP Fans
   (buster.cressey@sympatico.ca)

   080. The Relationship between Ares and Gabrielle - or War and
   Peace (LightLes@aol.com)

   082. Xena: A Role Model for the Empowerment of Women
   (Cattalina@aol.com)

   083. Allusions to Mythology and History in XENA: WARRIOR
   PRINCESS (elrick@pacbell.net)

   084. Greek Myths and XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS (doc@america.net)

   085. Xena Doubling (jcf7793@is.nyu.edu)

   086. Xena as Fantasy Fulfillment (mwbookrevw@aol.com)

   087. All's Fair in Lust and War -- The Myth and History of
   Xena and Ares (OMXena@aol.com)

   088. Xena and Gabrielle: Adventures in Unrequited Love?
   (OMXena@aol.com)

   089. Masculine and Feminine:  Two Ways of Seeing Xena
   (mqr9304@is4.nyu.edu)

   091. The Influence of Xena on the Medical Profession
   (OMMAROMYR@aol.com)

   092. THE RECKONING (rebhall@hooked.net)

   100. The Military History of Xena (GGregbear@aol.com)

   101. Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, and Xena: Three Female
   Heroes Compared (fmlink@igc.apc.org)

   102. The Special Craft of Writing for Television: An
   Appreciation for XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS (jsandsmark@aol.com)

   104. Xena in Paper:  A Study of the Ru Emerson Novels
   (gregory@gregcomm.com)

   105. Joxer: Warrior or Wannabe. Just how Good is he or Why
   hasn't Joxer been disemboweled by now? (gregory@gregcomm.com)

   106. Callisto, Theories on a Love/Hate Relationship
   (gregory@gregcomm.com) 

   107. Ares, What might he try next? A Speculation on Possible
   Pasts (gregory@gregcomm.com)

   110. The Healing Arts Portrayed in XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (Ailsa.nhaWinifreyda@flinders.edu.au)

   111. Xena's Paternity:  Mortal or God? (AnkhDream@aol.com)

   112. Xena RPG Adaptation (LdAlbrecht@aol.com)

   113. Interviews of Lucy Lawless (ARTEMIS91@aol.com)

   114. IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE?: What If Gabrielle Had
   Died? A Study of Death and Its Consequences
   (jengaf@sprynet.com)

   115. Ancient Names Recycled (srichey@televar.com)

   116. Life Where Xena Memorablia is Very,Very Rare
   (quinrhan@ucinet.com)

   120. Destiny: Xena's Quest for Redemption (JodiMnstr@aol.com)

   121. Xena on Trial: Systems of Justice in XENA: WARRIOR
   PRINCESS (maverick@vex.net) 

   122. Gabrielle as Advocate: Lawyer or Bard (maverick@vex.net)

   123. Xena and the Rule of Law (maverick@vex.net)

   127. The Relationship Between Ares and Xena (moul@erols.com)

   128. Themes from the first season of XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (cwiatt@indiana.edu)

   130. A Psychological Profile of Joxer (lancast@erols.com)

   131. The Subliminal Effects of XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS on
   R.E.M. Sleep: The Consequences of Falling Asleep While
   Watching Back Episodes of XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (mickisix@tisd.net)

   132. Xena after ORPHAN OF WAR: A Personal Response
   (maud348@concentric.net)

   133. Xena's Journey of Redemption:  From Warlord to Hero
   (cmwilson@wildestdreams.org)

   134. The Emotional and Physical Relationship Between Xena and
   Gabrielle (XENAadict@aol.com) 

   135. The Architecture of the Xenaverse (jhenn@UDel.Edu)

   136. Xena as archetype Goddess (suzilla@erols.com)

   137. Time Travel in XWP (bearsden@olypen.com)

   138. Ares and His lack of Self Esteem. (bsmarr@ramlink.net)

   140. The Positive Influence of XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (titania@cyberhighway.net)

   141. Feminism and XWP (reddog12@ix.netcom.com)

   142. Chronology of XWP: A Fantastic Miscellany?
   (sjhen@iguana.ruralnet.net)

   143. Chariots in XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (ba0444@bamberg.baynet.de) 

   148. Use and Abuse of Myths and Legends in XWP
   (gwgong@uclink4.berkeley.edu)

   152. A Xena Time Line (brianbubba2@webtv.net)

   153. The Rift: When did it REALLY start? And is it Really
   over? (Crystl313@aol.com)

   154. Mapping the Xenaverse (rvelde@a140.aone.net.au)

   158. The Background and History of Gabrielle
   (dmurray1@netcomuk.co.uk)

   159. Death as Redemption in 'Xena:Warrior Princess'
   (Peepbean@aol.com)

   160. An Outline of Themes Found in XWP (KRIS3N2S1@aol.com)

   162. The Relationship Between Xena and Gabrielle
   (powertowomen@hotmail.com)

   163. Xena: Obsession Justified (or Would the Real Xena Please
   Stand Up?) (qaree@hotmail.com)

   166. The Xena Scrolls (foxtrot@frii.com)

   167. Callisto: A True Arch-Villain (ruffell@home.com)

   169. Green Acres vs I Love Lucy (BlackMonk@msn.com)

   171. Wonder Woman and Xena (JSandsmark@aol.com)

   172. GONE WITH THE WIND and IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE
   (bsquared@interport.net)

   175. Xena's Death Wish (OMXena@aol.com)

   176. Chronological 'Map' of Xena's Travels Throughout the
   Grecian World (Oshram@aol.com)

   177. Kevin Sorbo at the Gym (famc19@idt.net)

   178. The True Point of Joxer on the Show
   (winturbine@compuall.net)

   182. Why Don't the Dead Stay Dead: Life after Death, after
   Death (Even in Someone Else's Body) in Star Trek and XWP
   (Mythweaver@aol.com)

   183. Susan Ivanova: The Xena of the future?
   (Mythweaver@aol.com)

   184. Xena & Gab's Finances: Where Does the Money Come From?
   (Mythweaver@aol.com)

   185. Janeway and Xena: A Study in Contrasts?
   (Mythweaver@aol.com)

   186. Existential paradox in XWP: Is Xena a life-saver or a
   life-taker - and why do we love her so much, either way?
   (MRBacim@aol.com)

   188. Flirting With Disaster - An Analysis of Autolycus
   (Essoq@aol.com)

   189. Girl Power:  Xena, Gabrielle and the Spice Girls
   (AmberH@aol.com)

   190. Callisto and Xena: The Ultimate Love/Hate Relationship
   (Crystl313@aol.com)

   191. The Dynamics of Triangulation between Xena, Gabrielle and
   Callisto (geekgrrl@ix.netcom.com)

   192. A Journey Through the Development of My Current Obsession
   (pguz@wcinet.net)

   193. A Historical Look at Matriarchal Societies and Women
   Warriors (pguz@wcinet.net)

   196. Comparing and Contrasting Xena & Gabrielle with Mercedes
   Lackey's Tarma and Kethry Characters (Smickey@aol.com)

   198. Other Strong Female Fictional Characters
   (muse@islandnet.com)

   199. The Curative Powers of XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS Watching
   (ida55@citilink.com)

   200. Xena and Gabrielle at the Softball Field
   (Viki1ARNP@aol.com)

   201. XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS and John Borman's "Excalibur"
   (xenadore@echo-on.net)

   202. Why Ares Has Not Yet Revealed That He Is in Fact Xena's
   Real Father? (xenadore@echo-on.net)

   203. Cryptic messages in XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS and HERCULES:
   THE LEGENDARY JOURNEYS: Just What Is it All Those Signposts
   Really Mean Anyway? (xenadore@echo-on.net)

   204. The Morphology of Xenaspeak: Does She Clip Her Words on
   Purpose, or Is She Just Being Lazy? (xenadore@echo-on.net)

   205. Contraindications of Rampant Anabolic Steroid Use by
   Olympian Divinities, Warlords, and Certain Blonde Bards
   (xenadore@echo-on.net)

   206. The Xenaverse:  A Hermeneutical Examination of the Texts
   and Contexts (eide@hawaii.edu)

   207. Growth to Whole from Opposite Ends: Naive Versus Jaded
   (thesuz@sister.com)

   208. Gabrielle's shrinking garb (BPWxenafan@aol.com)

   209. A Historian Struggles Through Xena's Time-line or Xena's
   Space-time Continumum Trips or Xena's Most Excellent
   Adventure? (allstar62@juno.com)

   210. Technical Aspects of Xena's Weaponry and Armour
   (rhofman@rrcc.mb.ca)

   211. Changibility of Cupid into Caesar (AmaXENA@aol.com)

   212. Xena's Use of Acupressure Points (JBHOOVER@us.oracle.com)

   213. How XWP Changed a Person's View on Homosexuality
   (amazon1@pathcom.com)

   214. Text and Subtext in HERE SHE COMES...MISS AMPHIPOLIS
   (Fbj4@aol.com)

   215. Amazons (megalion@ecst.csuchico.edu)

   216. Sadism & Bloodlust! - XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS Is Not Alone
   (virago1@idirect.com)

   217. Xena Linguistics and Terminology (KBRIDLE@aol.com)

   219. Gabrielle and Sappho: Questions of Influence in the Xena
   Scrolls (okeefe@sfu.ca)

   220. The Biochemistry and Physiology of Xena Warrior Princess
   (taylor@bcc.cba.ua.edu)

   221. Xena and Gabrielle's Friendship Compared to Other Strong
   and Passionate Friendships Found in Folkstories
   (Victoria_Kane@voyager.umeres.maine.edu)

   222. The Relationships of Xena and Gabrielle
   (ricco@gsat.edu.au) 

   223. Amazons in XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS: A Comparison with
   History and Myth (LynndaSue@aol.com)

   224. Use of Babies/Children in XWP (ruffell@home.com)

   225. Xena: Warrior Princess and Godmother  (LYRHEA@aol.com)

   226. Ambrosia: Food of the Gods or Strawberry Jello?
   (LYRHEA@aol.com)

   232. Male Gods: Their Importance (or Lack Of) in XENA: WARRIOR
   PRINCESS (nush@itsa.ucsf.edu)

   233. Look, Ma! It's That Pasta Strainer Guy! Or, Why Joxer
   Looks So Familiar (SeuneAeryk@hotmail.com)

   234. Xena: Death and Then What? (Adara41487@aol.com)

   236. Further Thoughts on Xena and Alexander
   (allstar62@juno.com)

   237. Contemporary Pagans and XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (skya@webtv.net)

   238. Flying infants in XWP: What does it mean?
   (JGordon262@aol.com)

   241. Xena Viewed Through the Eyes of the Usenet
   (crazymax@rio.com)

   242. Xena, Honor, and Friendship:  Lost Concepts in
   Contemporary American Society (crazymax@rio.com)

   243. The Evolution of Ares:  From Go-Bot to Gigolo
   (eaweek@hotmail.com)

   244. The Man With The Golden Arm and THE RETURN OF CALLISTO
   (simahoyo@blarg.net)

   245. Censorship as Experienced by Aussie Xenites
   (gmzxen01@quantum.net.au)

   246. Bodyart and XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS (dybka@mindspring.com)

   247. Hey, What is Loki Doing in Greece?
   (deesimmons@hotmail.com)

   248. How Does Xena Compare to Modern Day Female Warriors?
   (DANAE121@aol.com)

   249. A Comparison/Contrast of the Roles Renee O'Connor Has
   Chosen to Play During Her Career (DANAE121@aol.com)

   250. A Comparison/Contrast of How the Amazons Were Portrayed
   in Greek Mythology and How They Are Portrayed in XWP
   (DANAE121@aol.com)

   251. Xena: Champion of Social Equality (vasey@mail.utexas.edu)

   252. Impact of XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS on Girls Aged 12 to 15
   (Raejn@aol.com)

   253. Reflections on the Evolution of a Sidekick
   (mqr9304@is4.nyu.edu)

   254. The Evolution of Joxer:  From Cameo to Hero in 12 Easy
   Steps. Or How To Survive "The Kiss" (SeuneAeryk@hotmail.com)

   255. How To Tell If It's a Rumor and Not a Fact
   (horse@prairienet.org)

   257. The Future of XWP and Lucy Lawless (Drak57@aol.com)

   260. For the Love of Ares: The Devotion of the Temple
   Priestess' (krikett@hotmail.com)

   265. Hudson Leick's Development as an Actress
   (icarus@alaska.net)

   266. The Subtext Between Xena and Callisto
   (kozerski@pop.erols.com)

   267. Xena: Misplaced Celtic Hero?  (Ch1Kara@aol.com)

   268. The Use of Gaelic in XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (jlstiles1@juno.com)

   270. The Art Of Obsession (Ephany1@aol.com)

   271. The Zen of Joxer (errorlog@cris.com)

   276. Twelve Step Programs and XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (sidney@chesapeake.net)

   277. Joxer and Gabrielle: Could This Be Love?!
   (totjul@ite.net)

   279. Sex as a Manifestation of Power in the Relationship
   Between Xena and Ares  (jezebel39@hotmail.com)
   
   280. My View of Auckland (rosebude@aol.com)

   282. STAR TREK's Borg and XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS' Horde
   (landcp@ix.netcom.com)
   
   283. Intertextual, Intercultural, and Intermytholical
   References and Allusions in the Xena Universe
   (bclar1@pop.uky.edu)
   
   284. Xena and the Evolution of the Female Warrior Hero
   (brian67@getnet.com)
   
   285. Who Were The Horde (galvin@erols.com)
   
   287. O'Neill and Joxer (loeffler@istar.ca)
   
   289. Xena's Saviours: Hercules, Gabrielle, Cyrene,
   Salmoneus...Darfus? (ruffell@home.com)
   
   290. Xena vs. Other TV Women: Who's The Greatest Role Model?
   (ruffell@home.com)
   
   293. Drama, Comedy, Romance and Adventure: That Magical
   Mixture that Makes Us Love XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (ILVMOVIES@aol.com)

   295. The sub-cult of XWP action figure collecting
   (hperkins@best.com)

   296. Xena vs Ripley and all the others: Who Would Win?
   (metaphor123@netscape.net)

   297. Xena, Warrior Princess Roleplaying Game: Does It Do Xena
   Justice? (DHeldt@Centegra.com)

   298. Callisto: A Way With Words (ruffell@home.com)

   300. Xena Warrior Princess and Modern Paganism
   (ppruitt@aristotle.net)

   301. The Joxer Costume: Recycled Warrior Chic
   (JGordon262@aol.com)

   303. The ROCSwat Team  (BarbaraT@wave.co.nz)

   307. Gabrielle's Relationships  (JFKXENA@webtv.net)

   308. Subtext Moments Put to the Test (jctt@tnp.com)

   310. A Day in the Life: Friendship & Fun
   (Stormybard@hotmail.com)

   312. Mother and Son Relationship: Aphrodite & Cupid
   (Stormybard@hotmail.com)

   315. Lesbian Subtext  (MicheyB2@aol.com)

   316. Survey of XWP (Cinniman@aol.com)

   318. Miss Artiphys and Transgender Consciousness on XWP
   (kathleen@drizzle.com)

   319. Perceptions of Subtext (dar@chesco.com)

   320. Weapons and Stirrups in XWP (carmen_xena@hotmail.com)

   323. Ares: Cold-hearted B****** or Big Old Softy?
   (demcghee@u.washington.edu)

   324. Michael Levine: A Fine Cabernet
   (demcghee@u.washington.edu)

   325. Hudson Leick: Who Knew?  (demcghee@u.washington.edu)

   334. Xena and Ares (OMXena@aol.com)

   335. Xena Fanfiction and the Slash Tradition
   (ophelia@picknowl.com.au)

   336. Gender roles on XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS (willica@LFC.EDU)

   337. Subtext, love and loyalty on Star Trek and XENA: WARRIOR
   PRINCESS (willica@LFC.EDU) 

   338. A Study of the Television Cult Phenomena
   (willica@LFC.EDU) 

   339. Dana Sully, Fox Mulder, Gabrielle, and Xena
   (willica@LFC.EDU) 

   340. Why XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS is better than the XENA
   Wannabes (willica@LFC.EDU) 

   341. The Passion of Subtext (70210.357@compuserve.com)

   343. The Pappas Journals (ESuther105@aol.com)

   344. Xena Signs: The astrological signs of Xena and Gabrielle
   (jlevin@telmaron.com)

   346. The characters in XWP & their mythological counterparts
   (karenlh@worldnet.att.net)

   347. Xena, Gabrielle, Joxer: Hero, Sidekick, Foil
   (OSpex@aol.com)

   349. Hercules and Xena: Wizards of the Screen (larax2@aol.com)

   350. Xena's darkside (lazm16@aol.com)

   352. Parallels between the Indiana Jones Chronicles and XWP
   (Ynette_Holst@msn.com)

   353. Anne of Green Gables and XWP (Ynette_Holst@msn.com)

   354. If You Want the Love, You Gotta Drink the Blood: Xena,
   Gabrielle, Bacchae and the Lesbian Vampire Culture
   (Kirsti@ihr.mrc.ac.uk)
   
   357. Xena and Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Comparing and
   Contrasting Heroines of the 90's (erin_leavey@trdigital.com)

   358. The Hong Kong Connection: the Influence of Hong Kong
   Action Films on XWP (cyn@netcom.com) and (redbean@slip.net)

   360. Expedious tool use and Hong Kong Style Action and Humor
   in XWP (chaco_kid@hotmail.com)

   361. A Derridian Approach: Examples of Conscious
   Deconstruction in XWP (derror@prodigy.net)

   363. Phenomenology and pastiche (derror@prodigy.net)

   364. Xena and Uppity Women of Ancient Times
   (ACasey@email.dot.gov.au)

   365. Heroism and Xena's Burden: Is It a Good Thing?
   (fhkwood@msn.com)

   366. XWP's target audience (ouc@sas.upenn.edu)

   368. Vincent/Catherine (Beauty and the Beast) and
   Xena/Gabrielle (PHIL728@aol.com)

   370. UK Reactions to the Televising of XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS:
   An Informal Study  (Kirsti@ihr.mrc.ac.uk)

   372. The Importance of Subtext  (rharlow@sun.iwu.edu; Becky
   Harlow)

   373. The Destiny Scroll -- Counterfeit!
   (rlafleur@msgate.cv.com) 

   374. Lao Ma & Gabrielle  (Stormybard@hotmail.com) 

   375. Xena Fandom: Why I named my Rat Hudson (wrr@deltanet.com)

   379. TV role models and young women (Sears@macalester.edu)

   380. The nature of imagination as it relates to Xena
   (Sears@macalester.edu)

   384. The Execution and A Tale of Two Cities (XFilles@aol.com)

   388. Lucy Lawless and Hudson Leick and their Characters
   (amazonchick@mindspring.com)

   389. Xena: Warrior, Princess, Hero, Woman (Xena239358@aol.com)

   390. Gabrielle: Bard, Wonderer, Storyteller, Sidekick
   (Xena239358@aol.com)

   391. Callisto: Victom, Warrior, Admirer, god
   (Xena239358@aol.com)

   392. Obsessions of Xena, by a Middle-aged Fan
   (woodsl@erols.com)

   394.  Beauty and the Beast (BanditTinker@worldnet.att.net)

   395. An Examination of the Use of Greek Mythology in HERCULES
   and XENA (metaphor123@netscape.net)

   397. Joxer's Role in THE COMEDY OF EROS (Lisa@andromeda5.com)

   399. Xena: Fact or Fiction (erin_catriona@hotmail.com)

   401. Non-Net XENA Fan Fiction (nhutchins@wheelock.edu)

   402. Why everybody should watch XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (erin_catriona@hotmail.com)

   405. Xena's Impact on My Life: A Teen POV
   (erin_catriona@hotmail.com) 

   407. Fan Fiction and Fan Art  (tedbragg@lcc.net) 

   408. The Scythian influence: Chakrams, Amazons and Xena as
   reflections of Scythia on the Greek mind.
   (e.l.f.@ix.netcom.com)

   409. XWP Influence on Marial Arts Training for Women
   (zzreil@acc.wuacc.edu)

   410. How Obsessing over XWP Has Changed My Life
   (Icnangel@aol.com)

   412. Xena and Ares: The Aftermath of THE FURIES
   (smithsonian@geocities.com)

   413. Constant Attempts By Xena to "Save" and/or "Protect"
   Gabrielle (JILLDS9@aol.com)

   419. The Chakram and Xena's ability to Use It to Perform
   Impossible Tasks (Whitewolf@wolf-web.com)

   420. My XENA weekend (mong3814@fredonia.edu)

   423. Alt Fanfic: An Adventure unto Itself
   (chardenb@or.blm.gov)

   425. Life's Not Fair, But All's Fair in Love, Passion, War,
   and Hate: Hercules and Xena, Iolaus and Gabrielle...Where Does
   Ares and Athena Fit In? (IAM4Xena@aol.com)

   426. A Day In the Life...of a Xenite. How Obvious is Our
   Obsession? (IAM4Xena@aol.com)

   428. Xena Warrior Princess meets Alfred Thayer Mahan:  The
   Influence of Seapower on the Xenaverse (pmhunt@pilot.msu.edu)

   436. What the Dickens?! The Timeless Appeal of a Victorian
   Ghost Story (emfarrell@earthlink.net)

   437. How Xena Copes With Evil (hjgross@eden.rutgers.edu)

   438. History as Myth (jhickman@baneng.com)

   441. Female Action Heroes (hperkins@best.com)

   442. Neo-Xenaian Astrological Influences on Constellations
   Close to  Heracles (MIpsychic@aol.com)

   443. Xena and the Real One God (kimielsw@msn.com)

   444. The Striking Parrallels between Ancient Greece and The
   FBI (xphilic@yahoo.com)

   445. My Love for XENA (Linzs@stu.beloit.edu)

   446. Female Heroes of Today (Linzs@stu.beloit.edu)

   449. Xena and the Old Testament (DHeldt@Centegra.com)

   450. Xena and the New Testament (DHeldt@Centegra.com)

   451. Reflections of Xena's Emotional Growth and Integration
   into Today's Journey of the "Spiritual" Warrior
   (dragontr@aye.net)

   452. The Real Myths and XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (greyston@onr.com)

   453. When Cousins Become Famous (greyston@onr.com)

   454. Are the Amazons in XWP Incompetent with the Bow Because
   They Still Have Both Breasts? (jdawson@rtci.com)

   455. XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS and THE AVENGERS
   (jhanlon@ripco.com)

   457. Xena as the Embodiment of Karma
   (Lucretia7@compuserve.com)

   458. Scully, Buffy, and Xena: The Holy trinity of Female Role
   models (macha@pixielated.org)

   459. Body Language and the Role It Plays in XENA: WARRIOR
   (macha@pixielated.org)

   460. Millions of Women Consumed with Lust: Can This Be Good
   for Kevin Smith's Career? (macha@pixielated.org)

   463. The "Pen Is Mightier than the Sword" Cliche
   (mcwood@earthlink.net)

   464. The Regions Xena and Gabrielle are From
   (Nap@concentric.net)

   465. Conceptual Inspirations in XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (Nap@concentric.net)

   466.  Xena and Gabrielle and 'The Pretender''s Jarod
   (orville_third@yahoo.com)

   467. Relationship of the Greek Myth of *Electra* to THE FURIES
   (raskin@chuma.cas.usf.edu)

   468.  Xena's Role as an Archetypal Heroic Figure
   (sbowers04@sprynet.com)

   469. Clarice Starling and Gabrielle; Hannibal Lector and the
   Pre-Redemptive Xena (sbowers04@sprynet.com)

   470.  Why So Many Female Role Models for Xena
   (sbowers04@sprynet.com;)

   471.  Why XWP Is So Addictive   (featherman@geocities.com)

   472.  XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS and THE X-FILES
   (the_slink@geocities.com)

   474.  XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS and STAR TREK: THE NEXT
   GENERATION (Uncle59@aol.com)

   475.  XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS and Advertising Pactices
   (wasail@ix.netcom.com)

   478.  The Use of Arthurian Motifs in XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (cclogsto@amgen.com)

   479.  My Obsession (yeshowdy@usa.net)

   480.  Sins/One Faith (goindigo@gte.net)

   482. Who is This Dahak anyway? (elmjastw@uwc.edu)

   483. Has Xena Really Changed? (elmjastw@uwc.edu)

   488. Xena, Princessa (SeuneAeryk@hotmail.com)

   489. How Can You Not Cry? The Most Touching Moments In XENA:
   WARRIOR PRINCESS. Season One and Two (ruffell@home.com)

   490. The Rift Saga: It Was The Best Of Times, It Was The Worst
   Of Times (ruffell@home.com)

   494. Herbal and Alternative Healing on XWP (Poogel@aol.com)

   495. How XWP Brought My Entire Family Back Together
   (Poogel@aol.com)

   497. Pippi Longstocking and Xena (KM23@aol.com)

   498. Amazons (marck@esscom.com)

   500. Ted Raimi Fest: 48+ hours of..?
   (gogarten@carrot.mcb.uconn.edu)

   501. A Xena of One's Own: Reader/Audience Response
   (dadaly@interlog.com)

   502. Theory and the Construction of a Xena Episode
   (dadaly@interlog.com)

   504. Women Warriors in Pop Culture. (Icon7@aol.com)

   505. Use of Tarot in BITTER SUITE (jaxon45@hotmail.com)

   506. Analysis of CHARIOTS OF WAR (JTHugh@onaustralia.com.au)

   508. Lao Ma's Teachings and There Influence on Xena's
   Redemption (mcomette@sprint.ca)

   510. Twilight of the Gods: XWP and Richard Wagner's The Ring
   of the Nibelung (mmacdon@smith.edu)

   511. Rumors and the Fans of XWP (morsem@lr.net)

   514. Recurring Characters XENA Fan Fiction
   (nhutchins@wheelock.edu)

   516. The Creation of Princess Abigail: Warrior Baby; or
   'Mommy, You Have Entirely Too Much Time On Your Hands'
   (jcpeters@saber.towson.edu)

   517. XENA's Absence in N.E. Oregon: The Effects on The Loyal
   (quinrhan@ucinet.com)

   519. Tarot Symbolism in THE BITTER SUITE
   (Lucretia7@compuserve.com)

   520. Joxer: A Detailed Look at the Man Behind "The Mighty"
   (curator@museum.simplenet.com)

   522. XWP: What the Hell Took so Long? (chardenb@or.blm.gov)

   523. The Symbolic Visual Language of Tarot in THE BITTER SUITE
   (Synergeer@aol.com)

   526. My Life Without XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (titan@nfinity.com)

   529. Love, Hate and Why They Go Hand in Hand in the Xenaverse
   (Moonswpt@aol.com)

   530. Depictions of Love in XWP aka What?!  Did She Just Say
   That?!  AUGH! (Moonswpt@aol.com)

   531. The Psychological Traumas of Being The Destroyer of
   Nations (Moonswpt@aol.com)

   532. Xena's Conscience: Overkill, Underkill or Just Right?
   (Moonswpt@aol.com)

   533. Gabrielle's Attachment to Xena (Moonswpt@aol.com)

   534. Xena's Attachment to Gabrielle (Moonswpt@aol.com)

   536.  Notes on Linear B (ribaud@acsu.buffalo.edu)

   538. Xena Slash Fiction  (pongo@asan.com)

   539. Joxer's Relationship With Ares  (pongo@asan.com)

   541. Appeal Of The Female Superhero  (Paula@teamfx.com)

   542.  History of Amphipolis and Potidaea
   (wildcat@rainbow.net.au)

   544. The Voice of the Bard: A comparison between Gabrielle and
   William Blake (orville_third@yahoo.com)

   545. A comparison between Xena and Profiler's Samantha Waters
   (orville_third@yahoo.com)

   546. A comparison between Xena and Ordo Virtutum
   (orville_third@yahoo.com)

   547. The Hercules and Xena Role-Playing Game - A Review
   (broadway@tvi.cc.nm.us)

   548. H.M.S. Xena at Jutland and Other Nautical Fantasies
   (broadway@tvi.cc.nm.us)

   549. The Ultimate Geek Meets the Cosmic Jerk:  Why I Identify
   With Joxer (broadway@tvi.cc.nm.us)

   550. The Trials and Tribulations of Being a Female Warrior in
   What Is Dubbed as a Mans World (dchrobin@apex.net)

   552. The Power and Courage of Four Women: M'Lila, Lao Ma,
   Cyrene, and Gabrielle. (kcmusser@apex.net)

   553. The Woman We Hope Lives In All Of Us: The Appeal Of The
   Female Superhero  (jcwilder@hotmail.com)

   561. FINS, FEMMES, and GEMS  (demcghee@u.washington.edu)

   563. The Bitter Suite: A Soundtrack Review
   (jmcquil@clemson.edu)

   564. Forget Me Not or, The Bitter Suite: Part 2
   (jmcquil@clemson.edu)

   565. Will the Real Ares Please Stand Up? (nciaston@att.com)

   566. Xena and Her Connection to the Ancient Hebrews
   (woolflm@webster.edu)

   567. Amphipolitans and Poteidaians of the Jury: In Defense of
   Joxer the Mighty (flasheart@hotmail.com)

   569. When Paths Cross: Joxer's Journey and Mine
   (flasheart@hotmail.com)

   570. Why They Hate Joxer (flasheart@hotmail.com)

   571. Ares: Architect of the Rift (deejay@island.net)

   572. XENA Subtext in SACRIFICE in the Light Of Virgil's
   Aeneid, Ovid's Metamorphoses, and Homer's Odyssey
   (j_feldstein@hotmail.com)

   573. Influences and Mythological Accuracy
   (j_feldstein@hotmail.com)

   574. Musical and Lyrical Influences in THE BITTER SUITE
   (j_feldstein@hotmail.com)

   575. Arguments For and Against Current Xena Controversies
   (j_feldstein@hotmail.com)

   576. Ellen from THE QUICK AND THE DEAD and Xena: Separated at
   Birth? (po@oxy.edu)
 
   577. Why is Xena Such a Charismatic Show?  (Videntur@aol.com)

   578. Free Will v. Predestination: The Opposing Viewpoints in
   XWP (Xwpfanatic@aol.com)

   579. Revisionist History: Behind Every Great Man There is a
   Warrior Princess (lvoskina@stevens-tech.edu)

   580. Let's Get Wet: Water Symbolism and Myth in FINS, FEMMES
   AND GEMS (LAranza@aol.com)

   581. Adventures in Scriptwriting (dmcdeavi@indiana.edu)

   582. XWP Bodycount: Murder, Self-Defense, Killing For Others,
   and Redemption (veesa@erols.com)

   583. Joxer vs Tigger: A Comparison of Character Traits
   (Mden924@aol.com)

   584. Early Alphabetic Greek (ribaud@acsu.buffalo.edu)

   585. AMRMAGEDDON NOW and It's Place in the Xenaverse
   (bewoods@osprey.smcm.edu)

   587. Xena as the Wild Woman Archetype
   (jjorgensen@rockey-seattle.com)

   588. STRANGERS IN PARADISE and XENA
   (p.j.dejong@stud.frw.ruu.nl)

   589. Comparing Queer Subtext in XWP and HTLJ
   (astarte@cyberg8t.com)

   591. Xena's Ultimate Destiny (perdicus98@yahoo.com)

   593. The Seduction Of Evil: Why We Love Characters Like Xena,
   The Conqueror (silkscatapult@yahoo.com)

   594. From the Ashes of Cirra an Obsession is Born
   (silkscatapult@yahoo.com)

   595. The Historical Cirra (silkscatapult@yahoo.com)

   596. The Deliverer: A Focus on Gabrielle's Many Lost
   Innocences and Related
Themes  (xena@yourinter.net)

   598. XWP, STORYTELLING AND PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING
   (barron@barron.simplenet.com)

   599. UberLog (demcghee@u.washington.edu)

   600. Hope Springs Eternal (nitrocharge@hotmail.com)

   602. Has Fanfic Affected the Show
   (Melissa.Good@TRAVEL.eds.com)

   603. Is It Weird To Read/Write Sexually Explicit Material?
   (jmharris@utk.edu)

   606. Ted Raimi (quantum@artnet.net)

   609. BEEN THERE DONE THAT and Getting Away with It
   (Jbjefnp@aol.com)

   610. A Tribute, in Verse, to XWP...seasons 1, 2, 3
   (Jbjefnp@aol.com)

   611. The Tao of Xena: Xena and Taoism, Buddhism, Zen or
   "Detaching the Myth" (Jbjefnp@aol.com)

   612. KING CON: A Gamble with Dialogue (Jbjefnp@aol.com)

   613. Lucy Lawless in "Peach" and as "Xena": Similar or
   Different?  (Jbjefnp@aol.com)

   614. Just how possible IS a relationship between Joxer and
   Gabrielle? (LucaShane Granger)

   615. The Calming Influence Sidekicks (LucaShane Granger)

   616. The Joxer Wars (natashalake@geocities.com)

   618.  Xena and the Downfall of the Greek Pantheon
   (excelsis@angelfire.com)

   620. Black haired, sullen eyed, sword in hand: a comparison of
   Robert Howard's Conan and Xena: Warrior Princess
   (sms6@acsu.buffalo.edu)

   622. Callisto from a psychiatric point of view
   (jcallejas@pol.net)

   623. The Ancient Amazons (amazon_sister@hotmail.com)

   625. One Against an Army: How Xena and Gabrielle Rely on Each
   Other (lpw@pobox.com)

   626. Gods and Aliens: A Look at Omnipotent Beings in XENA and
   STAR TREK.(lpw@pobox.com)
   
   628. The Philosophies of Gabrielle and Xena (langel@pon.net)

   629. Puns, Inside Jokes, Double Entendres, and Other Humorous
   Devices in XWP (langel@pon.net)
   
   632. Constructing XWP Costumes (helenmadden@csi.com)
   
   634. How Views of the Characters Change (llachlan@ican.net)
   
   636. Xena and Gabrielle as Christ Figures (sbriggs@usc.edu)
   
   637. Mythology and Mysticism of the Amazons
   (QUESTINGBR@aol.com)
   
   638. Joxer and the Xenites Love/Hate Relationship: The Wesley
   Crusher Syndrome (kira@zip.com.au)
   
   642. Sub-text Issues (Spirit172@aol.com)
   
   643. Xena as an EMT: Application of Basic Emergency Medical
   Skills in XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS (bmedic1@tamu.edu)
   
   644. Criminality on XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS (ValAtty91@aol.com)   
   
   645. That's Gotta Hurt: Cumulative Effects of Repeated Head
   Trauma as a Contributing Factor in Acts of Aggression, Erratic
   Behavior, and Stupidity by Xena, Gabrielle, and Joxer
   (fruitbat@pitt.edu)
   
   646. Xena's Search in the Amazon Land Of The Dead: Who was She
   Really Going to Find at the End of her Journey?
   (bud.calabraro@excite.com)
   
   647. Xena as Catholic Samurai (xenite@idirect.ca)
   
   649. Dahak and The Many Devils of the World (KSZoneW@aol.com)
   
   650. Death and Subtext (KateG@aol.com)
   
   651. Some Views of Forgiveness and Redemption in the Xenaverse
   (jaynine@galstar.com)
   
   652. Xena and Her Sense of Warrior's Honor
   (MelindaEyv@aol.com)
   
   653. Exploration of a "God Gene" (sultan_rob@hotmail.com)

   654. Motion Picture Industry and its influence on XWP
   (sultan_rob@hotmail.com)
   
   655. Advanced Dungeons and Dragons and XENA
   (spiel_ein_spiel@hotmail.com)
   
   659. Joxer:  Lovestruck Adolescent, or Sexual Predator?
   (eaweek@hotmail.com)
   
   660. Joan of Arc and Gabrielle : Two Chaste, Fighting Peasant
   Girl Saints (mklossne@asl.lib.ar.us)
   
   661. Ancient Methods of Cleaning Leather, Linen and Silk: How
   Xena, et al, Kept Clean (Nancela333@aol.com)
   
   662. The Trojan War and Its Aftermath, as Portrayed on XWP and
   HTLJ (joxerfan@hotmail.com)

   663. The Raimi Mafia - An Examination of the Connections
   between Raimi, Tapert, Campbell, Lawless, and other Ren Pics
   Personnel (joxerfan@hotmail.com)

   664. Just How Much IS a Dinar, Anyway? (joxerfan@hotmail.com)
   
   666. BABYLON 5's Lennier and XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS' Joxer:
   The Theme 
of Unrequited Love (anlashok@andromeda5.com)

   667. Mirror of Virtue (epam2@hotmail.com)
   
   668. It's Just A TV Show! (Piper1013@aol.com)

   669. The Non-Finality of Death in XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (Piper1013@aol.com)
   
   671. Comparing the Rifts (sdcarrig@uncg.edu)
   
   673. Together They Faced the Powers of Dahak
   (spiritcircle@yahoo.com)
   
   674. Gabrielle's Body as Subtext (jadec@sia.net.au)
   
   675. XWP in relationship to modern social issues
   (lyrael@execpc.com)

   676. XWP - Subtext and the heterosexual (lyrael@execpc.com)

   677. The Cycle of Abuse in XWP  (lyrael@execpc.com)

   678. XWP on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse  (lyrael@execpc.com)

   679. Hercules' role in Xena's redemptive journey
   (lyrael@execpc.com)
   
   683. Why Gabrielle Is A Favorite Character For Many (Including
   Me) (sidney0@hotmail.com)
   
   687. Editing Styles Of THE BITTER SUITE (JDaxDS9@aol.com)
   
   690. Ares and Xena's Father (Dyionysus@aol.com)
   
   691. A Day in the Life of the Titans: An analysis of Xena fan
   favourites and the other kind (metaphor123@netscape.net)
   
   692. Dahak Revisited: Was he Really Worth It?
   (eaweek@hotmail.com)
   
   695. Kora: The Huntress/Follower of Artemis
   (Stormybard@hotmail.com)
   
   696. The India Episodes of XWP (shivesh@ucla.edu)
   
   697. Socrates, Amphipolis, and Poteidaia (qaree@hotmail.com)
   
   698. Structure and Device: A Musical and Dramatic Examination
   of THE BITTER SUITE (IndiGrrl@mail.gn1.net)
   
   699. Exploring Gabrielle's True Destiny (DGILBERT11@aol.com)
   
   710. Am I Really Who I Am Or What You Made Me?
   (dhlusko@series2000.com)
   
   715. The Amazons of Ancient Greek Myth (PPBfrei@aol.com)

   716. Battling One's Dark Side and Personal Change
   (PPBfrei@aol.com)

   717. Xena, Caesar and the Celts (PPBfrei@aol.com)

   718. A Comparison of Historical Events in Xena with Actual
   Historical Events (PPBfrei@aol.com)

   719. Xena vs Xena: A Warrior's Heart  (maamb@hotmail.com)
   
   721. Traviate in their Way to Redemption: Xena, Warrior
   Princess and Violetta Valery (crystal.smith@start.com.au)
   
   722. Inspiration for THE PRICE  (carperv@FRB.GOV)
   
   723.  (spiritcircle@yahoo.com)
   
   725. Xenastaff - You Made Us What We Are Today!
   (dhlusko@series2000.com)
   
   726. Love And Death: An Examination Of Death Scenes And
   Subtext In XENA WARRIOR PRINCESS Episodes (KEG@townsend.com)
   
   729. Why Things Blow Up On XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS
   (quoth@home.net)
   
   730. The Force Is With Them: Xena, Gabrielle And Joxer As
   Related To STAR WARS
 (flasheart@hotmail.com)
 
   731. Heroic Deeds And Moral Dilemmas: Reading About Women
   Before And After XENA (C2pattee@aol.com)
   
   732. How Real Are The Shamans Of The Xenaverse?
   (simahoyo@blarg.net)

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