PCA/ACA

Schedule for Saturday, April 20

9:45am to 11:15am

VII. Historical Aspects: Hong Kong, Japan, Korea

Asian Popular Culture
John A. Lent
PresentersPresentation type
Chindonya: Japan’s Unique Subcultural Tradition
Yasue Kuwahara
Paper
Copying Reality: Portraiture in Meiji Japan and the Proliferation of Tourism Images Masquerading as Truth
Megan Elizabeth Beckerich
Paper
Cultural Politics of Reading Epitaphs in the May 18 Gwangju National Cemetery in Korea: Microscopic Approaches to Modern Korean History of democracy and Politics
Kang Kim
Paper
Affective Politics in Aneesh Chaganty’s Searching
Mannhi Nguyen Tran
Paper

Access as Politics, Access to Politics

Dance & Dance Culture
Ae Jin Han
PresentersPresentation type
Choreographing Access: The Choreography and Performance of Audience Accessibility at a Dance Concert 
Christine Hands
Paper
Disabling Institutionalism: Un/Common Practice in Ritual Access
Sarah Dove
Ryann Patrus
Creative work
I’ve Been Thinking A Lot About Tragedy This Morning: Does Dance-Making Provide “exit strategies”?
Amanda Sieradzki
Creative work

Historical Mediations

Memory & Representation
Terry Cochran
PresentersPresentation type
Mind Behind Bars: On the Metaphor of the Cage in Literary and Visual Representation
Terry Cochran
Paper
Preserving a Narrative History: Second-Generation Holocaust Tattoos as Sites of Memory
Michelle Demeter
Paper
Post Memory: The Past is the Presence and the Future Memory and Representation of Transgenerational Personal, Collective and Cultural Trauma
Agata Joanna Lagiewka
Paper
Juneteenth: Remembering the Past and Creation of a Utopia
Emily V Blanck
Paper

11:30am to 1:00pm

Language Attitudes and Popular Linguistics II: Language on TV

Language Attitudes & Popular Linguistics
Shirl Hughes Terrell
PresentersPresentation type
Multilingual Laughs in Translation: A Case Study of Humor in Dubbed U.S. TV Series
Justin Paz
Paper
“The One with All the Slang: Understanding Friends’ Ability to Introduce New Language and Popularize Slang”
Kira Dunton
Paper
The Language of Casual Sexual Violence on TV: Evidence from Laverne and Shirley
James G. Mitchell
Paper

Archives & Technologies

Communication & Digital Culture
Randy D Nichols
PresentersPresentation type
The Americans, Film Noir, and Techno Obsession
Brett Schenning
Paper
The Gadget Lover and The Americans: True Fictional History
Randy D Nichols
Paper
Russian Hacking in The Americans: Then and Now
Tharon Howard
Paper
Young people making Faces, capturing selves, playing with others: an approach to mediated faces as so much more than meets the eye
Susan Driver
Paper

Philosophical Themes in Sci-Fi

Philosophy and Culture
James M. Okapal
PresentersPresentation type
Exploring Strange New Worlds: Ethical Criticism in Science Fiction
James M. Okapal
Paper
The Orville: (Still) What Science Fiction Does Best
David Kyle Johnson
Paper
Darulioian Assault-The Orville and Claims of Sexual Assault
Michael Berry
Paper
The Philosopher from Another Place: Understanding Lynchian Metaphysics
Skyler Osburn
Paper

Film XXII– Transatlantic Films, Scented Films., Film Composers, and Pegg’s Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy

Film
PresentersPresentation type
(Re)Producing the Sounds and Sights of Britain: Transatlantic “British” Films of the 1930s
Karen E. Beasley
Paper
The Best Symphonic Composers of Film Scores–the Final Chapter  
Robert Michael Cerello
Paper
Hawai‘i and Indigeneity in the Postwar US American Surf Film
Leah Kuragano
Paper
“You’ve got red on you:” Bodies and bodily fluids in Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg’s Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy
Raymond DiSanza
Paper

Locating One’s Space and One’s Place in SFF

Science Fiction and Fantasy
PresentersPresentation type
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland: Self-Formulation and Discovery Through the Lens of a Defamiliarizing Portal Fantasy
Alexandra Balasa
Paper
Queering the Human: Furry Scions in the Peltedverse of Maggie Hogarth
Tova Cooper
Paper

Roundtable: What is “American” Dance? 

Dance & Dance Culture
Round table
Jen Atkins

POETRY XVI. Three Poets from Slapering Hol Press, One of the Oldest Chapbook Presses in the Country, Read Their Work

Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry
Margo Taft Stever
PresentersPresentation type
Three Poets from Slapering Hol Press, One of the Oldest Chapbook Presses in the Country, Read Their Work
Margo Taft Stever
Susana H Case
Michele Poulos
Creative work
Three Poets from Slapering Hol Press, One of the Oldest Chapbook Presses in the Country, Read Their Work
Michele Poulos
Margo Taft Stever
Susana H Case
Creative work
Three Poets from Slapering Hol Press, One of the Oldest Chapbook Presses in the Country, Read Their Work
Susana H Case
Margo Taft Stever
Michele Poulos
Creative work

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