PCA/ACA Conference 2015 : les chercheurs sur Twitter (11e partie)

Voici enfin la dernière 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 : Copyright and Intellectual Property (Riley); Journalism and Media Culture (Von Schilling); Non-Fiction Writing (Jones); Professional Development (Hancock and McClain); Theatre and Drama (Wiggins); Travel and Tourism (Lenz); Undergraduate Sessions (Rubinfeld); Vehicle Culture (McGoun); Virtual Identities and Self-Promoting (Consilio); et Visual Culture (Smith).

 

Copyright and Intellectual Property (Riley)

Catherine Cocks : Using Fan Art and Writing in Your Book or Article

 

Journalism and Media Culture (Von Schilling)

Paul Bleakley : ‘Naive kid’ or ‘virtuoso of deceit’?: Tabloid media parochialism and the trials of Amanda Knox

Lindsey Kate Reynolds : Gardens, Guns, & Grits: How the New “New South” is Making Food the Latest Accessory in Social Status

 

Non-Fiction Writing (Jones)

kelly daniels : No Respect: Today’s Memoir is the Victorian Age’s Novel

Becky McLaughlin : Excerpt from « Disgust and Its Discontents, or How I Became an Hysteric »

 

Professional Development (Hancock and McClain)

Bob Batchelor : Intellectual Trajectories: Multidisciplinary Research to Fulfill Careers and Build Research Agendas

Jenn Brandt : “Where the Discipline Stands: Teaching and Talking about Popular Culture in the Academy Today”

Callie Clare : “Where the Discipline Stands: Teaching and Talking about Popular Culture in the Academy Today”

Colin Helb : “Where the Discipline Stands: Teaching and Talking about Popular Culture in the Academy Today”

Amanda McClain : Overcoming small program challenges

Mary Beth Ray : (Digital) Video Killed the … Traditional Assignment: How Media Technology Can Make Your Classes More Exciting and Your Students More Versatile

Todd Sodano : (Digital) Video Killed the … Traditional Assignment: How Media Technology Can Make Your Classes More Exciting and Your Students More Versatile

Carrie Teresa : (Digital) Video Killed the … Traditional Assignment: How Media Technology Can Make Your Classes More Exciting and Your Students More Versatile

Kathleen Turner : Intellectual Trajectories: Multidisciplinary Research to Fulfill Careers and Build Research Agendas

 

Theatre and Drama (Wiggins)

Kevin Calcamp : The Live-Mediated Theatre Event: Broadcasting Theatre Into the 21st Century

Grace Lazarz : Monologues from the Wilderness: Isolation, Solitude, and the Creative Process

Dan Mathewson : Scary, Foreign, Crazy, Stupid, Silly, Loathsome Killjoys: A Half-Century of Religious Gimmicks in Mainstream Professional Wrestling

A.J. Ortega : How to Earn Your (Zebra) Stripes: The Role of the Professional Wrestling Referee

 

Travel and Tourism (Lenz)

Jeff Birkenstein : Imagine(d) Places: On Wandering and Digital Landscapes

Curtis Coats : Network apocalypsis: revealing and reveling at a New Age Festival

Claire Warden : Butlins All-Stars versus the American Dragon: British professional wrestling and the competitive performances of the holiday camp

 

Undergraduate Sessions (Rubinfeld)

Cannon Atkinson : Babymetal: Challenging Gender and Race Policing in the World of Heavy Metal

Scott Folsom : Sleuthing and Stimming: Autistic!Sherlock Headcanons and the Cultural Politics of Autism

Merritt Mecham : Solving 3-D’s Transcience: Three Principles of Artistic 3-D Use from Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity

Erin Morrissette : The Truman Show; Parallels to Cyberspace, Privacy and Child Safety Online

 

Vehicle Culture (McGoun)

John Heitmann : « Cars, Films and College Kids: Teaching the History of the Automobile in Film »

 

Virtual Identities and Self-Promoting (Consilio)

Heidi Marshall : This Was Personal: Facebook and a « Fit Mom »

Jerrica Rowlett : Not-so-secret secrets: A look at how college students manage identity through the use of Collegefessions

Jasie Stokes : Fat Girl Selfies: Radical Self-Representation and the Online Body Positive Movement

 

Visual Culture (Smith)

Silke Graefnitz : The hotel as extension of character development in contemporary cinema

Myles Ethan Lascity : The Look of Labor: Sexualization, Instagram, and American Apparel

Gabriel Peoples : From Broadsides to Bottles and Chains: Rumor in (Re)presentations of Black Masculinity

Melinda Sebastian : The Look of Labor: Sexualization, Instagram, and American Apparel

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