PCA/ACA Conference 2015 : les chercheurs sur Twitter (3e partie)

Nous voilà rendus à la troisième partie de la liste de chercheurs qui ont participé au congrès national de la Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association de 2015. Pour ce billet, les chercheurs ayant un compte Twitter sont classés dans les catégories suivantes telles qu’indiquées par le programme 2015 : Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic Gaming), Animation, Comics and Comic Art, Game Studies et Internet Culture.

Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic Gaming) (Jellenik)

Rebecca Gordon : Downton Abbey and the Generic Contract Downton Abbey and the Generic Contract

Adrienne Orr : ‘I’m here for the story’: The Character of the Author in the Castle Transmedia Storyworld


Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone)

Blake Ball : 50 years of Snoopy Animation: Histories from Scholars

Jared Browsh : Keeping it Real: An Overview of the Hip Hop Influence in Animation

Alyssa Clifton : Trying to Reclaim the Lost: Identity and Spirited Away

Laurence Figgis : American Gothic: chaos, anachronism and modernity in Eyvind Earle’s Sleeping Beauty

Stephen Lind : 50 years of Snoopy Animation: Histories from Scholars


Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim)


Collin Bost : Women from the Crypt: Reevaluating the Gender Politics of EC Horror Comics

Christina Blanch : Social Issues in Joss Whedon’s Serenity Comic Books

John Bultena : Comics and their Role in Freshman Composition Courses

Danny Caine : “A Multitude of Harveys:” The Complex “I” of Harvey Pekar’s American Splendor

Nicole Freim : Mixed Messages: Spider-woman, Manara, and Comic Sexuality; Batman at 75: The Dark Knight in Context

Rachel Graf : Iconography, Visual Culture and Comic Language

Elena Hristova : There Are No Master Races!: anthropology, race, and economics in Intergroup Relations Movement propaganda during the Second World War

Ryan Novak : Anti-Semitism in The X-Men

Julia Round : Revenant Landscapes in The Walking Dead

Alex Wainer : Batman at 75: The Dark Knight in Context


Game Studies (Call and Wysocki)

Ashley Barry : Harvesting the Little Sisters: Sexualization and Exploitation of Children in the BioShock Series

Melissa Bianchi : Orca 167 is Not Happy: How Zoo Simulation Games Reimagine Cultural Conceptions of Animals and Animal Captivity

Bridget Blodgett : Bronies on the Iron Throne: Perceptions of Prosocial Behaviors and Success

Kyle Bohunicky : Start9: “Twitch Plays Pokémon” and the Rise of Compositional Play

Betsy Brey : “Hail Helix!”: Metanarrative in TwitchPlaysPokémon

Edmond Chang : « Queer (Im)Possibility and Straightwashing in Frontierville and World of Warcraft »

Adam Crowley : “Would You Kindly” Reconsider: The Limits of Ludonarrative Dissonance

Jack Curtis Dubowsky : Ludosexuality: The Hookup App as Gaming Environment

Charlie Ecenbarger : Damnit, Carl! I Told You to Stay in the Comics!: Convergence in Telltale’s The Walking Dead

Nancy Foasberg : Colonialism and Abstraction in Eurogames

Evan Lauteria : Game Production as a Cultural Field: Nintendo vs. Sega in the Transnational Market

Nicholas Mizer : “I Kidnap Reality and Hold It Hostage:” A Phenomenological Case Study of Shared Imaginative Worlds in Tabletop Role-Playing Games.

David Thomas Moran : Quare and Co-Present Danger: Visualizing the interplay of carlessness and queerness in the American South through urban, mobile gaming       Game Studies

John Murray : Augmented, Cinematic, or Virtual? Negotiating the Future of Gaming Platforms

Graham Oliver : Renegade or Paragon: Narrative Choice in Contemporary Video Games

Alexandra Orlando : “Hail Helix!”: Metanarrative in TwitchPlaysPokémon

Amanda Phillips : The Playful Dead: Mechropolitics and Ragdoll Physics

Lyz Reblin : Consider Her A Living Person: Compassion in Telltale Game’s The Walking Dead

Anastasia Salter : Come Get Some: Duke Nukem, Damsels in Distress, and the Default Avatar

Douglas Schules : What is the « J » in JRPG?: A Look at the Soft Poltical Construction of a Genre

Kalervo Sinervo : Gotham on the Ground: the Heritage of Batman: Arkham Origins’ Virtual Geography

Aaron Trammell : The Cult of the Slender Man: An Affective Approach to Games and Play

Timothy Welsh : Posthuman Possibilities: Gender and Warframe


Internet Culture (Helb and Ray)

G. Bret Bowers : I Don’t Always Write about Masculinity, but when I do, I Analyze Memes

Kelli Burns : #FoodBabeArmy Strong: How the community of a popular food blog both supports and subverts the blog’s mission

Molly Kalan : Status update as memoir: An exploration of grief expression across platforms

Alexandra Harlig : Not Grammar Police but Genre Police: YouTube Comments as Art Criticism

Devon Ralston : Subversive Genres: Feminism and the Amazon.com Review, 4 Stars

Mary Beth Ray : Personal and Social Structures in the Everyday: Exploring the Intersection of Digital Connectivity and Music Culture

Jeffrey Riley : Liking the Lies: An analysis of hoaxes on Facebook and what they mean for the contextual framework of viral message spread

Candice Roberts : Pop Bottle Projects and Etsy for Rest of Us: Working Class Crafting in the Digital DIY Movement

Nancy Ross : Ordain Women Memes: Disposable Art for the Digital Age

Nora Madison : Producing, Distributing, and Consuming the Craft Beer Movement