PCA/ACA

Schedule for Saturday, April 20

8:00am to 9:30am

History of Popular Culture Studies I

History of PCA and the Popular Culture Movement
Michael Marsden
PresentersPresentation type
Culture of/for the Masses: How Copyright Registration Has Saved Popular Song and Dance at the Library of Congress
Libby Smigel
Paper
The Desires of the Pit: Kenneth Burke as Critic of Popular Culture
Karen E. Whedbee
Paper
Kent State, Campus Unrest, and the Shift in the Basic Cultural Paradigm
Michael Marsden
Paper

When Worlds Collide: Fan Producer Interactions

Fan Culture & Theory
Lisa Macklem, Dominick Grace
PresentersPresentation type
Following a Creator/Creating Followers: Authors/Audiences in Supernatural
Dominick Grace
Lisa Macklem
Paper
Semi-Social Interaction: Understanding Face-To-Face Fan-Celebrity Interaction
Georgia Carroll
Paper

VI. Anime: Japan

Asian Popular Culture
Wendy Goldberg
PresentersPresentation type
Out of Time: An Examination of Time Travel in Stein’s Gate, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, and Mirai of the Future
Angela M Drummond-Mathews
Paper
Anime’s Media Mix in First Gundam: Different Narratives in Television, Film, Novels, and Comics
William Ashbaugh
Paper
Pedagogy as Drama: A Burkean Reading of Anime in the Classroom
Brent Allison
Paper

LeBron James, Australian Moms, Adolescent Bodies, and American Audiences

Undergraduate Sessions
PresentersPresentation type
What if Joseph Campbell Could Dunk? A Rhetorical Analysis of the Narrative Constructed Around Lebron James
Kristian Bjorn Evans
Paper
Getting Your Body Back: Australian Mom Bodies in Digital and Print Media 
Delilah Glidden
Jaime DeLuca
Creative work
A Tale of Two Sexes: How Education and Pop Culture Constructs Adolescent Bodies
Lauren Odell Crisp
Paper
An American Occupation: Kyu Sakamoto, an American Audience, and the Cold War Orientalism of “Sukiyaki” 
Robyn Paige Perry
Paper
Construction and Destruction of Ideologies in Edith Wharton’s The House of Mirth
Stacie Doughtie
Paper

Collage, Influence, Graphics, and Irony

Art & Design Culture
J Ken Stuckey
PresentersPresentation type
Where and When I Labor: The Black Worker in the Collages of Romare Bearden
J Ken Stuckey
Paper
Sideshow Acts and Queasy Invitations: Ironic Titles in the Work of Francis Picabia and Kara Walker
Hannah W. Wong
Paper
A Call to Presses: The Collective Graphics Workshop of the Creative Women’s Collective
Jennifer Noonan
Paper
Craft, Color, & Contours: The Influence of Pop in Contemporary Art
Meganne Rosen
Paper

Heavy Imagery: Fat Representation in Media

Fat Studies
Jeannine Gailey
PresentersPresentation type
Of Gloops and Goldbergs: An Analysis of Class and Fatness in American Children’s Films
Rachel Guldin
Paper
Fat Revenge: How Plus-Sized Women are Represented in Popular Television
Claire Elise Uhl
Paper
The Objectification of Fat Bodies through Stock Photography 
Bobbi Reidinger
Paper
Fiction Meets Reality: Fat Representation in Dietland
Jeannine Gailey
Hannah R Taylor
Paper

Science & Pop Culture VIII: Media Representations

Science & Popular Culture
PresentersPresentation type
Pseudosciencefiction: the Rise and Range of Docufiction
Jessie Casteel
Paper

POETRY XIV. The Stories They Could Re-Tell: Poems of Myths & Tales

Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry
Sarah Ann Winn
PresentersPresentation type
 Of Gods and Superheroes: Myth Wherewith We See the World
Marissa Glover
Creative work
The Stories They Could Tell: Reimagining Mother Goose
Karen Bjork Kubin
Creative work
In the Witch’s Wet Pines: Poems from Says the Forest to the Girl
Sally Rosen Kindred
Creative work
We Join These Myths Already in Progress
Sarah Ann Winn
Creative work

Artificial Intelligence and Biopolitics

Philosophy and Culture
Jason Eberl
PresentersPresentation type
THE DAWN OF MEN AND THE DIGITAL AGE: 2001: SPACE ODYSSEY REVISED
Shai Biderman
Paper
Awake (and pissed off)—On a productive tension between Westworld’s first and second seasons
Trip McCrossin
Paper
CYLONS ARE PEOPLE TOO: BATTLESTAR GALACTICA ON PERSONHOOD AND BIOPOLITICS
Jason Eberl
Paper
Replicant Birth; Moral Miscarriage
Brooke Rudow
Paper

XII:  Neoliberal Concepts in Everyday Culture

Education, Teaching, History & Popular Culture
Alyssa Jayne Martin
PresentersPresentation type
Seizing the Supernatural: Seizures as Narrative Devices Representing the Supernatural Body in Penny Dreadful and The Exorcism of Emily Rose
Alyssa Jayne Martin
Paper
Logical Revenge in Everyday Arguments of Privilege
Eric David Berg
Paper
The Erotics of Constructed Violation: Fangirls and the Profitability of Dubious Consent
Madison Hyman
Maya Josepha Dworsky
Paper
Purity Equals Death: Undoing the Unified Field Theory of Purity Politics
Keridwen Luis
Paper

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