PCA/ACA

Schedule for Friday, April 19

3:00pm to 4:30pm

Grounding Migration: Oral Histories Meet Tales of Generations

Border Studies, Cultural Economy & Migration
Araceli Masterson-Algar
PresentersPresentation type
The Immigrant Alexandria Oral History Project: Immigrant Activists and Small Business Ownership
Terilee Edwards-Hewitt
Paper
Community Action Research: Reading our Cities Through Migration Histories 
Araceli Masterson-Algar
Paper

“It’s about Time”

Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption & Design
Susan B. Kaiser
PresentersPresentation type
Shrinking and Stretching Time ­– Fashion Mediatization and Musealization
Heike Jenss
Paper
Older, Better, Wiser
Janet Hethorn
Paper
Time: An “Elephant in the Room” in Fashion Studies
Susan B. Kaiser
Paper

Sports 4: The Beautiful Game: Soccer and Popular Culture

Sports
Yuya Kiuchi
PresentersPresentation type
Passing vs. Failing: Resources Geared Towards US Men’s Soccer versus US Women’s Soccer
Pryia O Lalchan
Paper
Building the Game: Reading Modern American Soccer Stadiums
Jon Bruning
Paper
Over the bar: Intersection of race, national identity and patriotism in the media coverage of 2018 FIFA World Cup Soccer Finals.
Chris Olugbenga Ayeni
Paper

Comics and Comic Art 13: Roundtable on X-Files

Comics and Comic Art
PresentersPresentation type
The Truth is Out There?The X-Files, the Revival, and the Comics
Sandra Eckard
Paper

The Insider/Outsider, Social Unrest and Organizing Amid Opposition

African-American Culture
Elgie Sherrod
PresentersPresentation type
“A Cause Divinely Spun”: The Poet in an Age of Social Unrest
Licia M. Hendriks
Paper
Organizing Amid of Opposition, William Washington Browne and the True Reformers in Alabama, 1871-1880
Anton House
Paper

Latin Americans and Latinos - Identity Issues and Cultural Stereotypes I: Immigration, Performance, and Popular Culture

Latin Americans and Latinos: Identity Issues and Cultural Stereotypes
PresentersPresentation type
Performativity Inside Undocumented Latinx Youth Mobilization and Activism
Diana Elizabeth Dominguez
Paper
Keep Moving Forward: Mexicanness in the Sport of Boxing
A.J. Ortega
Paper
La Palmada en la Frente (1970): Political Cartoons, the Global Sixties, and Popular Culture in Chile
Matias Nicolas Hermosilla
Paper
Aliens Now and Then: Cartoon Stereotypes of Immigrants in the US
Luis Saenz de Viguera Erkiaga
Paper

Who You Are, What You Watch, and How You Vote: Critical Theory and Psychoanalysis.

Psychology and Popular Culture
PresentersPresentation type
Participatory Culture as Culture Industry: From Classic Hollywood to Reality Television to YouTube
Matt Bennett
Paper
“I told you before, you’re the whole thing”: The Sci-fi thriller Mr. Robot Illuminated by Žižekian Psychoanalytic Politics
Rebecca L Thacker
Paper
Adorno et. al.’s The Authoritarian Personality and Political Psychology in the 21st Century
Beth Ash
Paper

4:45pm to 6:15pm

GAME STUDIES 17: Literature and Games

Game Studies
Hannah Rogers
PresentersPresentation type
“We’re Gonna Have to Burn Your House Down”: New Representations of Lovecraftian Themes in Cooperative Board Games
Laurel Frances Magen Jean
Paper
Dining with Marie Antoinette and H.P. Lovecraft: Literary Games, Nostalgic Horror, and Role-Playing Alternative Universes
Amanda Alexander
Paper
Self-Representation and Self-Insertion: Identity Performance in Three Visual Novels
Hong Thi Nguyen-Sears
Paper
Regency Roleplay in Good Society: Representation without Responsibility 
Hannah Rogers
Paper

Representations of Mental Illness 1

Psychology and Popular Culture
PresentersPresentation type
The Kids are Alright: Netflix, Mental Health and Emerging Generations  
Emily Katseanes
Paper
“I have faith in medication”: the portrayal of mental Illness in the music of the Barenaked Ladies
Allison McBride
Paper
Representation of Mental Illness in Horror Films: Madness and The Fantastic 
Andrea Michelle Gonzalez
Paper
Meeting the Challenges of the Growing LGBTQ Geriatric Population by Increasing Engagement and Inclusion Through Media Depictions and Discussion
Christine Annibali
Paper

Potpourri

Science Fiction and Fantasy
PresentersPresentation type
I’d Like to Report an Ageism: Ephebiphobia Exhibited in The Gifted, Impulse, and the New Mutants.
Orion John Greig
Paper
Between Now and Never: Exploring the Temporality of Time Travel Narratives in Doctor Who, Outlander, and Game of Thrones
Elizabeth Trepanier
Paper

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