PCA/ACA

Schedule for Thursday, April 18

1:15pm to 2:45pm

Myth, Facade, and Political Awareness

British Popular Culture
PresentersPresentation type
Nuancing the People’s War: Home Fires (2015-2016) and Expanded World War II Narratives Nuancing the People’s War: Home Fires (2015-2016) and Expanded World War II Narratives
Kevin M. Flanagan
Paper
Fractured Facades: Conrad’s Revison of Heroism in Heart of Darkness
Katelyn Thompson
Paper
“A Necessary Evil”: Rupert Murdoch, the BBC, and Sherlock Series Three
Kathryn J McClain
Paper
Watching Rape in British Period Drama TV in the #MeToo Era
Julie Taddeo
Paper

Civil War and Reconstruction IV: Feminism and Radicalism in Literature

Civil War & Reconstruction
Michael W. Schaefer
PresentersPresentation type
The Are No Good Deaths in War: Rebecca Harding Davis’ “John Lamar” and the Feminist Foundations of U.S. Antiwar Literature 
Evan Reibsome
Paper
“’Is It Glorious to Break the Peace of the World?’”: William Dean Howells and Female Civil-War Memory
Michael W. Schaefer
Paper

Gender and Media Studies XI: Discrimination, Rape Culture, and Violence in the Media

Gender & Media Studies
Anne McNutt Patrick
PresentersPresentation type
Rape Culture and Romance: A Thematic Analysis of Sexual Scripts Used by Major Characters in New Millennial Comedy Films
Renee A. V. Dupree
Paper
Depictions of Violence Against Women in Contemporary Polish TV Dramas
Aleksandra Rozalska
Paper
EATING WOMEN. MASCULINITY, GENDER AND VIOLENCE IN FOOD ADVERTISING.
Anne McNutt Patrick
Paper

The Divination Review

Round table
Emily Auger
Cynthia Hogan, Shiva Kumar

Music 9: Jazz, Hip Hop, and More

Music
Eric Abbey, Ph.D.
PresentersPresentation type
Identity Crisis: The Intersection of Jazz and Queer History
Tara-Duncan Lawrence McLeod
Paper
Western Rock Stars in Eastern Bloc Stores: Capitalist Music Production and Communist Record Consumption
Sven Kube
Paper
“If I Say ‘Fuck’ Two More Times, That’s Forty-Six Fucks in This Fucked Up Rhyme”: Trends in the Occurrence of Taboo Language in Popular Music
Richard Henkle
Paper

Creative Fiction IV

Creative Fiction Writing
Lisa Muir
PresentersPresentation type
Excerpt from short story, “The Sacrifice”.
Emma Duffy-Comparone
Creative work
Sound Pictures: A Solo Show about the Life and Work of Sir George Martin
Kenneth Womack
Creative work
The Gift
Nolan James Hanson
Creative work

Women in Film: Heros, Rivals or Thiefs

Women’s Studies
PresentersPresentation type
The Four Fish in the Sea: Feminism in A Fish Called Wanda
Teresa Mirll
Paper
Feud: Bette and Joan, and the Futility of Female Rivalries
Geraldine Elizabeth Wagner
Johanna Church
Paper
“‘Lost without the Weight of You’: Ambivalent Domesticity in Debra Granik’s Winter’s Bone and Leave No Trace
Robert Kilker
Paper
Holdin’ Out for a Hero(ine): Zootopia, Moana, and the Emergence of Disney’s Postfeminist Princess
Sami Seybold
Paper

Black Popular Culture-Special Topics: Session IV

Black Popular Culture
Jessica Kristen Covil
PresentersPresentation type
Femcee Rap Battles: A Textual Analysis of U.S. Female Rap Diss Songs (1988-2017)
Tia C M Tyree
Paper
Transcending Misogynoir: Beyoncé’s “[Re]Formation” as Counterhegemonic Discourse
Aesha Paige Nananso
Paper
The heritage of Jean-Michel Basquiat on Jay-Z
Léa Fournier-Bouvet
Paper
Tracing HEAVN’s Black Feminist Roots: From Sojourner Truth to #BlackGirlMagic
Jessica Kristen Covil
Paper

Fairy Tales VIII: (Roundtable):  Are You a Good Witch or a Bad Witch?: The 80th Anniversary of The Wizard of Oz Film

Fairy Tales
Round table
Joan S Monk, Amanda Boyd

Radio: Orson Welles, Impact on Literary Form, and Radio Drama’s Idiomatic Music 

Radio and Audio Media
Marguerite Rippy
PresentersPresentation type
An Eye for Sound: The Cinematic Radio of Orson Welles
Marguerite Rippy
Paper
All Things Reconsidered: 20 Years of Research on Public Radio
Peter P. Nieckarz, Jr.
Paper
Live from WMUC Studios: Broadcasting, Mediatization, and Memory
Leah J Bush
Paper

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