PCA/ACA

Schedule for Friday, April 19

8:00am to 9:30am

IV: Better (Critical) Teaching through Technology

Education, Teaching, History & Popular Culture
Caroline Fitzpatrick
PresentersPresentation type
The Intersection of Schooling, Politics, & Digital Media: Fostering a Culture of Advocacy & Activism in Education
Caroline Fitzpatrick
Paper
Be our brand!: The relationship between social media careers and emotional competency
Hannah R Upole
Paper
Fostering Community Learning through Collaborative Local Filmmaking
Martin Lang
Laura Maki
Paper
Using video games in the critical classroom: Fostering critical thinking through “This war of mine”
Yacine Kout
Paper

Film XII–Fascism on Film:  The Resistance, Inglourious Basterds, and The Death of Stalin

Film
PresentersPresentation type
Investigating Subtle Resistance to Nazi Hedgemony in Modern Films 2000-2018
Ashleigh Triber
Paper
Inglourious Basterds: Nazi Desire Fully Employed
Maxximilian Seijo
Paper
You Don’t Get the Joke: Authoritarianism, Fascism, and the Weaponization of Absurdity in Armando Iannucci’s The Death of Stalin
Daniel Gilmore
Paper

Storytelling: Comedy and the Humanities

Comedy & Humor
PresentersPresentation type
Roundtable Proposal: “Screams of Laughter: An Exploration of How Horror Comedy Challenges and Reshapes the Rules of Horror”
Charles Hoge
Renee Chase
Paper
Exploring Comedic Video Production and Editing Techniques Used in Popular Culture Media Productions
Matthew McKeague
Paper

Marvel Cinematic Universe

Science Fiction and Fantasy
Heather Urbanski
PresentersPresentation type
A Decade of Disruption: The Narratologist View of the MCU
Heather Urbanski
Paper
Trust, Knowledge, Identity, and Betrayal in “Marvel’s Agents of Shield”
David C. Wright
Paper
Don’t Touch My Stuff: Tony Stark as a Non-State Actor in the MCU
Hannah Megna
Paper

POETRY VI. A Visceral Hive: Poetry of the Female Body

Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry
Lori Lubeski
PresentersPresentation type
Autopsy to Agency: The Evolution of the Female Body in the Sonnet
Elizabeth C. Taylor
Paper
Hive Mind
Kira Dunton
Creative work
because I could not let go I was dragged
Lori Lubeski
Creative work

Gay, Lesbian & Queer Studies VII:  Queer History

Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies
Cameron Crookston
PresentersPresentation type
Progress and Pride? – The Stonewall National Monument and LGBT Public Memory   
Sabrina Mittermeier
Paper
“Eulogy for the Living”: AfterEllen and Queer (?) Theory in a Reborn Discursive Space
Josie Rush
Paper
Our Mother, Our Son: The Legacies of Marsha P. Johnson and Matthew Shepard
Joshua T Horton
Paper
Scary Fairy: Halloween Festivals and Queer History
Cameron Crookston
Paper

Music 12: Roundtable–Popular Music and Humor

Music
Round table
Thomas M. Kitts, Nick Baxter-Moore
Eric Abbey, Mats Greiff, Lawrence Pitilli, Theodore Louis Trost

Teens on Film

Adolescence in Film and Television
Brian C Johnson
PresentersPresentation type
Growing Up Old School: Narratives of Masculinity in Mental Hygiene Films
Colleen Fitzpatrick
Paper
We Should Be Okay with Young People Seeing Vulgar Films About Their Age Group
Joseph Ryan Dundovich
Paper
Fear and Self-Loving: Masturbation in teen comedies
Brian C Johnson
Paper

Podcasting (Pedagogy, Artistic Practice, Social Justice) & Live Streaming 

Radio and Audio Media
Samuel Martin Clevenger
PresentersPresentation type
For Argument’s Sake: Utilizing Podcasts in the College Classroom
Peter Albert D'Ettore
Paper
Revisiting Vinyl and Location Radio: Fetishizing the Listening Experience
Matthew M Altamura
Paper
Dust + Dignity Podcast: Triangulating the Exploration and Practice of Social Justice and Leadership Through Music
Bruce Campbell
Paper
This Part Needs More Reverb: Lo-Fi Music and Podcasting as Arts-Based Academic Practice
Samuel Martin Clevenger
Oliver Rick (nonpresenting coauthor)
Paper

9:45am to 11:15am

Comics and Comic Art 11: Historical Perspectives Deux

Comics and Comic Art
PresentersPresentation type
I Didn’t Know Backs Could Bend That Way: ɸ, The Uncanny Valley, The Male Gaze And Liefeldian Anatomy
Christopher Maverick
Paper
43-Man Squamish: The Untold Life of a Sports Spoof
John Cosgrove
Jeff Segrave
Paper
The Shifting Representations of Luke Cage: Constructing Racialized Masculinity from Jessica Jones to Luke Cage
Samual McMillen
Paper
“Hey Kids, Patriarchy!”: Satire and Audience on the Back Covers of ‘Bitch Planet’
Aimee Vincent
Paper

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