PCA/ACA

Schedule for Friday, April 19

6:30pm to 8:00pm

X: Pop Culture Improvements to Teaching

Education, Teaching, History & Popular Culture
Chad William Timm
PresentersPresentation type
Whose side are you on? Using Marvel’s Civil War to teach ethics in a first year seminar. 
Chad William Timm
Paper
The intersection of course objectives and social themes
David Newman
Amy Neeman
Paper
Using Broadway Musicals as a High Impact Learning Experience
Elizabeth Fish Hatfield
Paper
Welcome to Lidsville: Characterization, costuming,  journals, and word play for the classroom  
Ronald Hundemer
Paper

XVIII. Sound & Visual Design in Horror

Horror (Text, Media, Culture)
Ralph Beliveau
PresentersPresentation type
Triggering Fear: Possession and Sound Design in Hereditary
Beth A Kattelman
Paper
This is My [Sound] Design
K. A. Laity
Paper
The Graphic Language of Horror
keith cummings
Paper
Sounding Out: Hearing Horror and Meaning
Ralph Beliveau
Paper

Science Fiction Fantasy Area Meeting and Shameless Plugs

Science Fiction and Fantasy
Meeting
Gillian I Leitch, Heather M. Porter, Sherry Ginn

Creative Works Focused on Social Issues

Theatre and Drama
PresentersPresentation type
Collaborating in the Continuous Present: Language and the Performing Body in Gertrude Stein and Virgil Thomson’s Four Saints in Three Acts
Jocelyn E. Marshall
Creative work
Black Town and White Town: Building a Community through Collaboration/A Dramaturgical Approach
Tawnya Pettiford-Wates
Creative work
Black Town and White Town: Building a Community Through Collaboration/Adrmaturgical Approach
Tawnya Pettiford-Wates
Vanessa Jackson
Creative work

Vampire Studies Area Dinner

Vampire Studies
Dinner
Vicky Gilpin

Comics and Comic Art 15: Exhibitionist Behavior and Underground Comics

Comics and Comic Art
PresentersPresentation type
Comics as Art Criticism: The Cartoons of Jonah Kinigstein
Kim Munson
Paper
Comics Unstripped
Rebecca Worhach
Paper
(Re)Examining (Re)Visionary Comic Book Art: The Exhibition Effect on Comic Books that Reject High Art Ideals
Terrence Wandtke
Paper
Underground Comics and the Normalization of the Counterculture
Steven Lundin
Paper

Automobiles on the Screen and on the Page

Vehicle Culture
Chris Lezotte
PresentersPresentation type
Motorcycles, Masculinities and American Culture on Screen
Jennifer Edith Volkmer
Paper
What Would Miss Daisy Drive? The Automobile, the Road Trip Film, and the Woman Behind the Wheel.
Chris Lezotte
Paper
Graton’s Michel Vaillant: The creation of childhood dreams within near-realistic life situations
Frederique Jos Vanheusden
Paper

8:15pm to 9:45pm

Popular Culture’s Impact on Women and Sexual Assault

Women’s Studies
PresentersPresentation type
“We’re sort of building her up and just when she gets confident, we break her down again”: Tomb Raider’s Lara Croft ‘Rape Revenge’ Backstory, Online Backlash, and the Trouble with Sexual Assault in Gaming
Nicole Reamer
Paper
“Til it Happens to You”: The Rhetorical Efficacy of Music Video in Combating Campus Sexual Assault
Summer Megumi Nomura
Paper
Heterosexual Rape Myths in Popular Television:  Proliferation, Mutation and Audience
Rachel R Reynolds
Paper

Animal House, Harry Potter, Cops, and The Sixties

Undergraduate Sessions
Mark Rubinfeld, Kristjane Nordmeyer
PresentersPresentation type
Beer Pong, Frat Bros, and Toga Parties: How Animal House Defined a Generation for Generations to Come
Channing Porter
Paper
Wands, Wonders, and Wizardry: An Analysis of the Professors and Parents at Hogwarts
kira jefferson
Paper
The Good, the Bad, and the Blue: A Case Study of Salt Lake City Police
Claudie Jan
Paper
For All Those Who Weren’t There: Making Sense of the Sixties
Mark Rubinfeld
Kristjane Nordmeyer
Paper

Religion VI: Sex, Gender & Religion

Religion and Culture
Pamela A. Detrixhe
PresentersPresentation type
“And she also gave some to her husband, who was with her”: The Persuasive Power of Eve in Advertising
Julye Bidmead
Paper
“Don’t Tell Me Who to Love”: The Reception of Christian Artists Coming Out
Zachary Ingle
Paper
Concupiscence and Sanctification in Pop Culture: a Christological Hermeneutic of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey
C. Damien Arthur
Joni Magnusson (not registered)
Paper
Catholic Doctrine and The Contraception Controversy: The Catholic Church in Global Politics
Emily S Sauter
Paper

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