PCA/ACA Conference 2015 : les chercheurs sur Twitter (6e partie)

Voici la sixième 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 : Fairy Tales; Medievalism in Popular Culture; Punk Culture; Radio and Audio Media; Soap Opera and Serialized Storytelling; et Television.


Fairy Tales (Holland-Toll and Nicks)

Kathryn Bodnar : Fairy Tales: Tools for Promoting Diversity in Young Adult Library Displays

Laura D’Amore : Trauma, Abduction and Vigilante Feminism in Contemporary Fairy Tale Revisions

Robin Gray Nicks : Once Upon a Time & Happily Ever After: The Rhetoric of Online Fairy-Tale Parody

Kelli Sellers : Reproducing Stories: Reading the Fertility Narrative in Disney’s Maleficent


Medievalism in Popular Culture (Francis)

Christene D’Anca : Assassin’s Creed: A Connection to the Past and Its Significance Today

Kristin Noone : Tigers and Owls and Bears, Oh My: Animals as Metaphor in Terry Pratchett’s « Once and Future »

Nahir Otano Gracia : Medievalism and Race in the Poetry of Luis Palés Matos

Adrianna Radosti : We Have Met the Enemy and He is Us: Transnational Conflict in A Burnable Book

MaryLynn Saul : Pulman’s Powerful yet Dangerous Morgana

Diana Vecchio : Robin from the « Hood »: Quest for the Real Robin Hood

Shannon Weller : The Fetishization of the Medieval in Film


Punk Culture (Cecil)

Ellen Bernhard : Never mind the subculture: Postsubcultural theory and the evolution of American pop punk

Rebekah Buchanan : The Feminist Punk (Or, Why Riot Grrrls Matter to Defining Punk Rock)


Radio and Audio Media (Chorba)

marguerite rippy : Orson Welles and Asadata Dafora: Creating an African American Sound

Frank Tavares : Lessons Learned @ NPR: Opening Doors, Diversifying Voices, and 300-thousand-plus Funding Credits

Askhat Yerkimbay : Language preservation and new media use by Kazakh Radio: Interviews with radio professionals.


Soap Opera and Serialized Storytelling (Irwin)

Mark Helmsing : As The Schoolbus Turns: Learning Liberal Citizenship Through U.S. Daytime Dramas, 1966-1996

MJ Robinson : Resurrections and Webisoaps: Alternative « Television » Financing Models and the Future of Soaps; Soap Opera and Serialized Storytelling IV: Roundtable: Seriality as a Narrative Form

Gabriel Romaguera : Towards a Nonchronological Continuity: The Case of Atomic Robo as the Exception to Comic Book Serialized Storytelling


Television (McClain and Savorelli)

Sadaf Ali : Riding though this world: A semiotic analysis of The Sons of Anarchy title sequence

Jonathan Bartholomy : More Than Just “a little boy:” Analyzing the Use of Disability in Professional Wrestling on Television Through The Character “Eugene” and its Potential Impact on How an Audience Understands Disability

Courtney Beachner : The Nerd Postulate: Subcultural Capital, Regeneration, and Carnival in The Big Bang Theory

Nettie Brock : “You are not a puzzle solver; You’re a drama queen”: How Visual Devices Humanize Sherlock Holmes

Cindy Conaway : Girls Who (Don’t) Wear Campaign Buttons: The Americans and the Socially Committed Girl on TV Drama

Claire Cornillon : Previously on Supernatural

Michael DeNotto : True Detective and Courir de Mardi Gras: The Subversion of Ritual

Heather Humann : The Multiplicity Motif and IVF Effect in Orphan Black

Cathy Leogrande : As Seen On TV: Reality Television as 21st Century Carnival Sideshow

Christopher Lirette : Something True about Louisiana: Aesthetics of Place in HBO’s Louisiana Properties

Amanda McClain : Round Table: Orange Is the New Black, Season 2

Matt Paproth : True Detective, Flat Circles, and Prestige TV

Sundi Rose-Holt : Act Like A Lady: Modern Adaptions of Funny Women on Television

Amanda Rudd : “Shut up and take my money!”: Exposing the Realities of Hyper-Consumerism and Consumption Through Parody in the World of Futurama

Gry C Rustad : Scandinavian quality TV or US quality TV from Scandinavia?

Antonio Savorelli : A Theory of Mad Men

R. Colin Tait : Breaking Bad as a Long-Form Performance Text

Tiffany Weaver : “Why Did You Bring a Trout into the Trailer?” Grey’s Anatomy as the Modern Pioneer Tale

Samuel Yates : Pathologizing Witchcraft: Supernatural Locations of Disability in American Horror Story: Coven