PCA/ACA

Schedule for Friday, April 14

9:45am to 11:15am

Web 2.0 in the Library

Libraries, Archives & Museums
Casey Hoeve
PresentersPresentation type

Joining the Conversation: Challenges and Opportunities of Using Wikipedia in the Classroom

Sharon Radcliff
Paper

Carrier Pigeons to Tweets: Library Brands on Social Media

Mary-Michelle Moore
Wendolyn Vermeer
Paper

Build It and They Will Come? Patron Engagement via Twitter at Historically Black College and University Libraries

Brenton Stewart
Paper

We Solemnly Swear that We Are Up to No Good: Pop Culture Marketing in the Library

Jordan Nielsen
Keven Jeffery
Paper

First-Year Writing Pedagogy

Rhetoric, Composition, and Popular Culture
Steven Crain
PresentersPresentation type

Using Horror Movies to Teach Genre in Freshman Writing Classes

Christopher Weaver
Paper

“Is That Even a Thing?”: Clicking Toward Critical Literacy in the First Year Composition Classroom

Laura Guill
Paper

Just Try a Bite and You’ll Eat the Whole Thing: Using YouTube and Television to Introduce Material in the First-Year Composition Classroom

Jade Lee Lynch-Greenberg
Paper

When History Meets Sally: Multi Media Texts in First-Year Composition

Steven Crain
Paper

Born in the USA: Love and the American Dream

Romance
Lisa Fletcher
PresentersPresentation type

Love, First Nations and the American Dream in the Romance Novel

Maryan Wherry
Paper

Sisters, Skanks, and Jezebels: American Muslim Fiction and The Other Woman

Layla Abdullah-Poulos
Paper

Hybridity in the Romance: Mourning Dove’s Cogewea, The Half-Blood, A Story of the Great Montana Mountain Range

Jessica Matthews
Paper

Brewing up a Romance

Sarah Ficke
Paper

Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies VI: Activism

Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies
Bruce Drushel
PresentersPresentation type

Love is Love is Love is Love: Flaktivism and Commodification in LGBTQ Communities

Amy M Corey
Paper

‘I need each and every one of you to help save my life’: transgender Christian activism in conservative Christian spaces

Jon Burrow-Branine
Paper

The Evolution will not be Broadcast (or Published): Social Capital, Assimilation, and the Changing Queer Community

Bruce Drushel
Paper

Affect and Effect: Approaches to Fan Studies

Fan Culture & Theory
PresentersPresentation type

When Good Fans Go Bad: An Exploration of Fandom and Affect

Joanna Lamstein
Paper

Affective Appeals: Emotions, Fandom, & Fan Fiction in Shonda Rhimes’s How to Get Away with Murder

Nicholas-Brie Guarriello
Paper

Fandom, Antifandom, and Feedback Loops: How “Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series” “Screws the Rules” of Internet Content Creation

Deborah Anne Krieger
Paper

Human, Post-Human, Trans-Human: Redefining Identity in the New Millennium #2

Science Fiction and Fantasy
PresentersPresentation type

“[S]omeone else sometimes”: Down the Rabbit Hole and Through the Looking-Glass in Orphan Black

Buket Akgün
Paper

cDNA in Orphan Black: Surplus Life, Sterility, and the Castor Virus

Jessica Lee Mathiason
Paper

That’s Pretty Ugly: How Uglies Confronts Plastic Surgery As a Necessity In Youth

Robyn Amada Tilley
Paper

Fan Culture & Digital Identity Construction

Internet Culture
Mary Beth Ray
PresentersPresentation type

Worldwide Dating: A Colorful Exploration of Meaning Association with Dating Websites

Terri Manley
Paper

“I am 420% heterosexual so I know EVERYTHING about being straight and sports”: How Tumblr and Twitter Constructed (and Dragged) the “Straight White Boy”

Kendra Calhoun
Paper

Quilting on YouTube

Jody Aultman
Paper

WeChat and Health Communication

Yingfan Zhang
Paper

Poetry VI - From Adam to Cyborgs: Poetry of Inner Workings & Outside Voices

Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry
James Meetze
PresentersPresentation type

On Becoming Less of a Human and More of the Sky

Kathryn H Ross
Creative work

Adam Cannot Be Adam: Identifying and Reconciling Our Inner Double Personae

Kelli Anne Noftle
Creative work

iCarus and the Sea : Simulation, Cyborgs, and Deconstruction

Hannah Watts
Creative work

Points of Entry: Seriality, Chorality, and the Flowing Boundary of the World Poem

James Meetze
Paper

Arthurian Medievalism

Medieval Popular Culture
Karen Swenson
PresentersPresentation type

The Ever Present Need for the Arthurian Questing Beast: From Medieval Texts to Modern Representations

Abby Daniel
Paper

A Game Well Played: Honor and Play in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and BBC’s Merlin

Breeanna N. Watral
Paper

‘Lowering the Drawbridge’: Using Medievalism in Film to Engage Students with the Middle Ages

Sadie Elisabeth Hash
Paper

What’s the Code Again? The Chivalric Code in Popular Culture

Diana Vecchio
Paper

Reality TV, Mothers, and Feminist Analysis

Television
Candice D Roberts
PresentersPresentation type

Savvy Viewers and (Simulated) Reality TV: An Analysis of The Bachelor’s Appeal to Viewers

Scott Haden Church
clark_callahan@byu.edu (nonpresenting coauthor)
Tom Robinson (nonpresenting coauthor)
Paper

Skyler, Smurf, Cookie and Camilla: Mothers and Antiheroes

Julia Mason
Paper

Money, D*ck, Power: UnReal as Oppositional Reading of Reality Dating Shows

Candice D Roberts
Paper

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