PCA/ACA Conference 2015 : les chercheurs sur Twitter (5e partie)

Voici la cinquième 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 : Adolescence in Film and Television (Hart); Advertising (Danna); Celebrity in Culture (Brody); Comedy and Humor (Snaith); Communication and Digital Culture (Nunes); Film (Palumbo); Music (Kitts) et Musicals, Stage, and Film (Goldstein).

 

Adolescence in Film and Television (Hart)

Marie Maillos : The melancholic adolescence of Daniel Holden in the TV series « Rectify »

 

Advertising (Danna)

Nathian Rodriguez : Framing of LGBT Representations in Advertising (co-author: Mary Brooks)

 

Celebrity in Culture (Brody)

Olga Fedorenko : Korean-Wave Celebrities Between Nationalism and Commercialism

Lucia Soriano : Kardashian Kulture: Empire, Racial Ambiguity, and the Global Celebrity Body

 

Comedy and Humor (Snaith)

John Beckman : The Corporate Takeover of April Fools Day

Jillian Belanger : How Many Discourses Does It Take to Screw in a Humor Symposium?: Theorizing the Pedagogical Possibilities of Humorous Media

Renee Hobbs : How Many Discourses Does It Take to Screw in a Humor Symposium?: Theorizing the Pedagogical Possibilities of Humorous Media

Will Luera : How Many Discourses Does It Take to Screw in a Humor Symposium?: Theorizing the Pedagogical Possibilities of Humorous Media

Mary Kay McBrayer : The Humor in the Racial Politics of Dating According to Kelly & Ryan, The Office’s Real It Couple

Michael RobbGrieco : How Many Discourses Does It Take to Screw in a Humor Symposium?: Theorizing the Pedagogical Possibilities of Humorous Media

 

Communication and Digital Culture (Nunes)

xtine burrough : Participation + Engagement = Translation

Sarah Evans : « The Ambient Sole »: Embodiment, Attunement, and Reciprocality in the Act of Moving through Space

Jessica Handloff : « The Ambient Sole »: Embodiment, Attunement, and Reciprocality in the Act of Moving through Space

Geoffrey Luurs : « The Ambient Sole »: Embodiment, Attunement, and Reciprocality in the Act of Moving through Space

Randy Nichols : Finders, Keepers: Intentionally Engaging the Web through Digital Aggregation and Curation

Alison Novak : Engaged and Underaged: Exploring Digital Engagement among Young Millennials

Caryn Wiley-Rapoport : Deconstructing the Popularity of Sneaker Brands on Instagram

 

Film (Palumbo)

Steve Bargdill : Escaping Captivity: The American Main Street Captivity Narrative in Film

Chelsea Brown : The Return of the Kaiju and Gods

Laura Cathrine : Hitchcock’s 39 Steps Toward the Imminent Rise of the Reich

Austin King : « It’s What Society Will Do to You! »: Queer Characters in Hitchcock Films

Tyler King : A Lady Vanishes? Absurd.

Jason McKiernan : Evolution, Not Revolution: Positive Portrayals of Women in Popular American Cinema on February 1, 2014

Kristie McKiernan : Heinous Shrews, Hapless Victims, and Hopeless Sex Objects: Negative Portrayals of Women in Popular American Films on February 1st 2014.

Laura Niebling : “And people think I helped him” – The depiction of music related fatalities in Metal Films

J. Scott Oberacker : Enlightened Activism: Class (and Classed) Identity in the Flms of Michael Moore

Elsie Walker : « Houston, I’m fine »: A Feminist Analysis of the Gravity Sound Track

 

Music (Kitts)

Frank Bridges : Highway ‘91 Revisited: A seminal crossroads of American culture for music and beyond

Almir Cortes : Towards a reflective musical practice: Deepening the dialogue between jazz methodology and improvisation in Brazilian popular music.

James Cosby : Primal Thrash Therapy? Lessons from the Life of Metallica’s James Hetfield

Ian Dunham : The impact of Internet communication on musical creation

Scott Henderson : ‘A New Royal Family, A Wild Nobility’: Soundtracks and Meaning in the Films of Sofia Coppola

Ryan LaLiberty : Mojo capacitors and all-tube warmth: Reviving the « vintage » in electric guitar distortion

Ryan Pumroy : What Time It Is: The State of Rap and the Lonely Island

Kimi Kärki : Skating for Grail? Rick Wakeman’s Spectacular Progressive Rock Ice Capade and the Cultural Memory of the 1970s

Sarah Wilson : Trees and the Wild: The Music of Matt Pond, the American Pastoral, and the Sublime

 

Musicals, Stage, and Film (Goldstein)

Kathryn Edney : Golden Dawn (1927/1930), A Colonial Musical

Denise La Grassa : Jazz Theater: A New Stream For the Public Performance of Jazz

Stephanie Lim : Pitching its Modern-Day Tent in America: A Bakhtinian Reading of Broadway’s Pippin Revival

Phoebe Macrossan : Sung-through musical narrative in audiovisual texts: The importance of lyrics in Beyoncé’s Best Thing I Never Had

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