PCA/ACA Conference 2015 : les chercheurs sur Twitter (9e partie)

Voici la neuvième 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 : Cemeteries and Gravemarkers (Edgette); Circuses and Circus Culture (Mascia); Disasters, Apocalypses, and Catastrophes (Bell and Ficociello); Gothic in Literature, Film, and Culture (Palmer III); Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino, Sederholm, Woofter); Literature, Politics, & Society (Moore); Mystery and Detective Fiction (Arbach and Russell); Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry (Manning); Pulp Studies (Everett and Shanks).

 

Cemeteries and Gravemarkers (Edgette)

John Soward Bayne : South-View Cemetery, Atlanta

 

Circuses and Circus Culture (Mascia)

Thomas Nealeigh : Ain’t No Big Top Here! Popular Culture Myths vs. The Realities of the Business For the Modern Freak Show & Side Show Performer As Exposed By an Actual Working Showman From His Real World Experience

Alexis Wolstein : Wir Sind Alle Freaks: Sideshows, Freaks and Their Freakish Audiences

 

Disasters, Apocalypses, and Catastrophes (Bell and Ficociello)

Robert Collins : Fear Itself: Ebola and the Politics of Urban Disaster Preparedness

Brandon Galm : I Wasn’t There: Disaster, Location, and Degrees of Experience

Liane Tanguay : A Random Harvest: The Leftovers, debt, and the “strange non-death” of neoliberalism

 

Gothic in Literature, Film, and Culture (Palmer III)

Enrique Ajuria Ibarra : Journey Nightmare: Gothic Travels in the American Horror Road Film

Barbara Harroun : Rectify: The “Resurrection” of the Southern Gothic as Episodic Television

Kassia Waggoner : Silence as Scare Tactic in American Horror Story

 

Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino, Sederholm, Woofter)

Ralph Beliveau : Weird Pictures: The role of the visual arts in the development of the weird; Experiments In Terror; Bending Form to Produce Horror

L. Andrew Cooper : Remembering Carcosa: Surrealism and Cosmic Horror in True Detective

Brad Duren : No Sanctuary, Only Sectarianism: Seasons Four and Five of The Walking Dead; « Is that a syringe in your pocket or are you just happy to see me? »: A Reassessment of George A. Romero’s Martin (1976)

Louise Fenton : Brick Dust and Bones: New Orleans Voodoo in Live and Let Die (1973), Angel Heart (1987) and The Skeleton Key (2005)

Mark Finn : No Black Stone Unturned: A Critical Examination of Robert E. Howard’s Most Significant Cthulhu Mythos Story

Karen Herland : [Roundtable] Contested Footage: Snuff, Disease, the Avant-Garde, and the Archive

Jennifer Moorman : ‘Blood on the Books, Blood on the Screen’: New Horror Scholarship

Rebecca Stone Gordon : ‘Blood on the Books, Blood on the Screen’: New Horror Scholarship

Annaëlle Winand : [Roundtable] Contested Footage: Snuff, Disease, the Avant-Garde, and the Archive

Kristopher Woofter : “Welcome to Our Nightmare” Wednesday Night Screening: Lucio Fulci’s THE BEYOND (1981); Weird Pictures: The role of the visual arts in the development of the weird; [Roundtable] Contested Footage: Snuff, Disease, the Avant-Garde, and the Archive

 

Literature, Politics, & Society (Moore)

Christy Saldivar : Hunger Games Trilogy: Using Literature to Emphasize Political Society, the Environment, and Writing Strategies

 

Mystery and Detective Fiction (Arbach and Russell)

Kecia Ali : Professional in Death: Gendered Mentoring and Human Flourishing in J. D. Robb’s Novels

Donna Harper : Robert B. Parker’s Spenser and the Use of History

 

Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry (Manning)

Annette C. Boehm : Tea with Kurt Cobain — Neoformalist Poems

Marnie Bullock Dresser : Mobius Strip of a Man and other poems

Anya Groner : So Our Ghosts Can Find Us

Anne Harding Woodworth : Hannah Alive: A Persona Poem

Jessica K. Hylton : The Raw Side of Existence: Original Poems by Jessica K. Hylton

Katie Manning : How to Play: Poems Inspired by Board Games

James Meetze : Robin Blaser and the Rhizomatic Poetics of Outside

 

Pulp Studies (Everett and Shanks)

Daniel M Look : [Who] Can Write No More?: The Contested Authorship of CM Eddy’s « The Loved Dead »

Laurie Powers : Daisy Bacon and Love Story Magazine: The Powerful Woman Editor Behind the Biggest-Selling Romance Magazine of Its Time

Jeffrey Shanks : Zombies from the Pulps!: Race, Imperialism, and the Dawn of the Living Dead Genre; White Zombie (1932) – Race, Colonialism, and the Walking Dead

October Surprise : PULP FASCIST – Doc Savage, the Übermensch, and Fascism

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