PCA/ACA

Schedule for Friday, April 19

4:45pm to 6:15pm

IV. K-Pop/Rap Music: Korea, Thailand

Asian Popular Culture
John A. Lent
PresentersPresentation type
“Knock Knock”:Confucianism’s Impact & the Representation of ‘Girl-Groups’ in K-pop Music Videos
Shayma Musa
Paper
Korean Rappers’ Identity Construction: How Hip-Hop Culture Impacts on Their Lives
Hohsung Choe
Youngjoo Seo (not registered)
Paper
HyunA: The Nexus of K-Pop and Feminism
Erick Raven
Paper

Rap, Rhymes, Literary Interpretations, Plagiarizing Husbands, and Young Adult Fantasy Literature

Undergraduate Sessions
Mary Welch
PresentersPresentation type
Rappers: Purveyors of Knowledge and Lyrical Wonders
Ellory Overcast
Paper
Simulations 
Meg Marie Provenzale
Creative work
Identity Formation in Lorna Goodison’s Travelling Mercies
Mary Welch
Paper
Excuse me for Being so Intellectual: The plagiarism of Zelda Fitzgerald and Sylvia Plath’s work and lives by their husbands. 
Sarah Richart
Paper
Into The Twilight: Why is young adult fantasy literature just for girls, and why does that make it bad?
Jamie Elizabeth Kahn
Paper

Beer Culture VI: Last Call

Beer Culture
Robert A Cole
PresentersPresentation type
Brewing History Courses: ‘Collabs’ in the Classroom
Brian Alberts
Paper
Developing an international travel course for students to study beer culture.
Robert A Cole
Cliff Timpson
Paper
The Story of Victoria and the Beer Industry in Mexico
Kevin Hunt
Paper
The Taproom Hangout: You Are Us, We Are You
Paul Bruski
Paper

Fan Fiction: Fitting In

Fan Culture & Theory
Zoe Weinstein
PresentersPresentation type
Queering the Sex/Gender Binary System in Alpha/Beta/Omega Fan Fiction
Kirston Smith
Paper
Queer Spaces and Fanfiction 
Allyson Rachel Hoffman
Paper
The Naive, The Sublime, and The Sacrificed: Contemporary Gothic Fandom
Zoe Weinstein
Paper

PCA/ACA Area Chairs Meeting

Meeting

Worlds Fairs in the 20th-21st Centuries: A global perspective

World’s Fairs and Expositions
PresentersPresentation type
“The Spectacle of Processed Food: On Display in the Food Zone at the New York World’s Fair of 1939-40”
Bonnie M. Miller
Paper
“Monsters at the Fair: Osaka ‘70”
Laurie Dalton
Paper
Exposition Gateways: Yesterday’s and Tomorrow’s
Lisa Schrenk
Paper

Automobiles on the Catwalk

Vehicle Culture
Eddie Shorer
PresentersPresentation type
“Is that an art car? Hell no, that’s a Mutant Vehicle” : Transport in Black Rock City, Nevada or getting around at Burning Man
Lauren Christos
Paper
Big Mouth, Fat Cheeks, and Eyes to Die For: The Story of Contemporary Automobile Design
Skip McGoun
Paper
The parallel emergence of Korean style in Korean e-sport and Korean automobiles
Amee Kim
Paper
Slot Cars Don’t Build Themselves: The Dreamers and Schemers Behind the Machine(r)s
Eddie Shorer
Paper

Recollected and Reimagined Political Dramas.

Politics Portrayed in Electronic Print and Media
PresentersPresentation type
(Re)Securing Victory through Cold War Nostalgia
Jon Wiebel (not registered)
Vesta Silva
Paper
Madame Who?: How Diplomatic Leadership is Portrayed in Entertainment Media
Lynzee Flores
Paper
“Skinny guys fight ‘til they’re burger”: Fight Club and Fantasies of Presidential Violence 
David Noon
Paper
Filming Foreign Policy: Black Panther and the Narrative of Saudi Arabia Modernization
Meaghan Clohessy
Paper

Remix the Archive

Communication & Digital Culture
Eduardo Navas
PresentersPresentation type
Funes the Crate Digger: Archive, Memory, and the Remixer as Librarian
Scott Haden Church
Paper
Versioning Buddhism: Religious Traditions and the Remixing of Cultural Archives
Seth M Walker
Paper
Remix: Selectivity in Sound and Visualism
Eduardo Navas
Paper

Writing, Drawing and Photographing the Fat Body

Fat Studies
Jennifer Blevins
PresentersPresentation type
Writing the Fat Self: Fat Poetry, Fat Activism
Lesleigh Owen
Paper
Limited By Body Habitus: An American Fat Story 
Jennifer Blevins
Creative work

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