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2016-pcaaca-program-with
NATIONAL
CONFERENCE
NATIONAL
CONFERENCE
March 22-25, 2016
SHERATON HOTEL
SEATTLE
SEATTLE, WA
Jennifer Loeb
PCA/ACA Conference Coordinator
Joseph H. Hancock, II
PCA/ACA Executive Director of Events
Drexel University
Brendan Riley
PCA/ACA Executive Director of Operations
Columbia College Chicago
Sandhiya John
Editor
Wiley-Blackwell
Copyright 2016, PCA/ACA
Additional information about the PCA/ACA available at
pcaaca.org
Table of Contents
President’s Welcome
2
Conference Administration
4
Area Chairs
4
Officer
22
Board Members
23
Program Schedule Overview
25
Events & Ceremonies
25
Exhibits & Paper Table
29
Town Hall, Business & Board Meetings
30
Get-Togethers & Screenings
33
2016 Ray and Pat Browne Award Winners
37
EMP
37
Jane Caputi
39
Special Guests and Events
42
Schedule byTopic Area
47
Full daily schedule with paper titles
1
115
Dear PCA/ACA Conference Attendees,
Welcome! We are so pleased that you have joined us in
Seattle for what promises to be
another stimulating and enriching
conference. In addition to the
hundreds of sessions available, we will
have an address from our Eminent
Speaker awardee, Dr. Jane Caputi, as
well as honor the visually stunning
Seattle museum EMP—located a short monorail ride away
from the Sheraton—with this year’s Ray and Pat Browne
Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Popular
Arts. As always, there will be ample opportunities to
connect with old friends and make new ones who have
similar academic interests: coffee breaks, book exhibit
room conversations, and Thursday’s all-conference
reception. Graduate students and new-comers, please
note that we will have a special reception in your honor
on Wednesday evening. And everyone is invited to a
town hall meeting on Friday to discuss any matters of
interest with me and other PCA/ACA board members.
And, as you depart Seattle at week’s end, be sure to mark
your calendars for our 2017 meeting in beautiful San
Diego. Have a great conference!
Diane Calhoun-French, President
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Conference Administration
Area Chairs
Academics and Collegiate
Culture
Arlene Caney
Community College of
Philadelphia
[email protected]
Adaptation Film, TV, Lit.,
and Electronic Gaming)
Glenn Jellenik
University of Central
Arkansas
[email protected]
Adolescence in Film and
Television
Kylo-Patrick Hart
Texas Christian University
[email protected]
Advertising
Chris Swindell
Marshall University
[email protected]
African-American
Culture Gaynell Sherrod
Virginia Commonwealth
University
[email protected]
Age of Theodore
Roosevelt & Popular
Culture
Daniel Murphy
Hanover College
[email protected]
Aging and Senior Culture
Frederick J. Augustyn, Jr.
Library of Congress
[email protected] .com
American Indian
Literatures and Cultures
Constance Bracewell
University of Arizona
[email protected]
Richard Sax
University of New MexicoValencia Campus
[email protected]
American Literature
Corey Taylor
Rose-Hulman Institute of
Technology
[email protected]
Animation
David S. Silverman
Kansas Wesleyan University
[email protected]
Peter Chanthanakone
University of Iowa
[email protected]
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Appalachian Studies
Emily Satterwhite
Virginia Tech
[email protected]
Armed Conflict
Robert McLaughlin
Illinois State University
[email protected]
Sally Parry
Illinois State University
[email protected]
Art & Design Culture
Joy Sperling
Denison University
[email protected]
Vicky Pass
Salisbury College
[email protected]
Asian Popular Culture
John A. Lent
Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania
[email protected]
Ying Xu
Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania
[email protected]
Australian and New
Zealand Popular Culture
Glen Thomas
Queensland University of
Technology
[email protected]
Baby Boomers Culture
James Von Schilling
Northampton Community
College
[email protected]
BDSM/Kink/Fetish
Michelle Martinez
Sam Houston State University
[email protected]
Biographies
Susie Skarl
University of Nevada, Las
Vegas
[email protected]
Black Performing Arts
Michael Borshuk
Texas Tech University
[email protected]
Jonafa Banbury
Independent Scholar
[email protected]
Body in Culture
Lynn Sally
Metropolitan College of New
York
[email protected]
Border Studies, Cultural
Economy and Migration
Araceli Masterson-Algar
Augustana College
[email protected]
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Cemeteries and
Gravemarkers
J. Joseph Edgette
Widener University
[email protected]
Brazilian Popular Culture
Manuel Martinez
Ohio Dominican University
martinem[email protected]
Monica Ayala-Martinez
Denison University
[email protected]
Children's Literature and
Culture
Amie Doughty
SUNY Oneonta
[email protected]
British Popular Culture
Frank Riga
Canisius College
[email protected]
Children's/YA Series
Books and Dime Novels
James Keeline
San Diego, California
[email protected]
Maureen Thum
University of Michigan
[email protected]
Business and Corporate
Culture
Diana K. Osborne
Spokane Community College
[email protected]
Caribbean & Transatlantic
Cultural Production &
Issues
Carmen Gabriela Febles
Susquehanna University
[email protected]
Jorge Febles
University of North Florida
[email protected]
Circuses and Circus
Culture
Stacey Mascia
North Country Community
College
[email protected]
Civil War and
Reconstruction
Randal W. Allred
Brigham Young University,
Hawaii
[email protected]
Collecting and
Collectibles
Kevin M. Moist
Penn State Altoona
[email protected]
Celebrity in Culture
Michael Brody
Potomac, Maryland
[email protected]
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Comedy and Humor
Lori Wilson Snaith
University of West Georgia
[email protected]
Comics and Comic Art
Terence Wandtke
Judson University
[email protected]
Nicole Freim
College of Coastal Georgia
[email protected]
Communication and
Digital Culture
xtine Burrough
University of Texas, Dallas
[email protected]
Dance and Dance Culture
Celeste Fraser Delgado
Dance Heritage Coalition
[email protected]
Jennifer Atkins
Florida State University
[email protected]
Disasters, Apocalypses,
and Catastrophes
Robert Bell
Loyola University New
Orleans
[email protected]
Robert Ficociello
University of Nebraska
Kearney
[email protected]
Copyright and Intellectual
Property
Brendan Riley
Columbia College Chicago
[email protected]
Eastern European Studies
Jeffrey Johnson
Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command
[email protected]
Creative Fiction Writing
Lisa Muir
Wilkes Community College
[email protected]
Ecology and Culture
Margaret O'Shaughnessey
University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill
[email protected]
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Education, Teaching,
History and Popular
Culture
Edward Janak
University of Wyoming
[email protected]
Fashion, Style,
Appearance,
Consumption and Design
Alphonso McClendon
Drexel University
Eros, Pornography and
Popular Culture
Ken Muir
Appalachian State University
[email protected]
Joseph Hancock
Drexel University
[email protected]
Exercise and Fitness
Virginia Cowen
University of Medicine &
Dentistry of New Jersey
[email protected]
Fairy Tales
Linda Holland-Toll
Mount Olive College
[email protected]
Robin Gray Nicks
University of TennesseeKnoxville
[email protected]
Amanda Caleb
Misericordia University
[email protected]
Fan Culture and Theory
Katherine Larsen
[email protected]
Jessica Strubel
University of North Texas
[email protected]
Fat Studies
Laura Jennings
University of South Carolina
Upstate
[email protected]
Lesleigh Owen
Black Hills State University
[email protected]
Festivals and Faires
Kimberly Tony Korol-Evans
Independent Scholar
[email protected]
Film
Donald E. Palumbo
East Carolina University
[email protected]
George Washington University
[email protected]
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Film Adaptation
David Moody
SUNY, Oswego
[email protected]
Gender and Media Studies
Debbie Phillips
Muskingum College
[email protected]
Film and History
Cynthia J. Miller
Emerson College
[email protected]
Gender Studies
Carrie Marjorie Peirce
Azusa Pacific University
[email protected]
Folklore
Kathryn Edney
Regis College
Generation X
Shay Rahm
University of Central
Oklahoma
[email protected]
[email protected]
Food in Popular Culture
Beverly Taylor
University of North Carolina
[email protected]
Game Studies
Nicholas Mizer
Texas A&M
[email protected]
Matthew Wysocki
Flagler College
[email protected]
German Literature and
Culture
Claude Desmarais
University of British Columbia
[email protected]
Gothic in Literature, Film,
and Culture
Louis Palmer
Castleton State College
[email protected]
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer
Studies
Bruce Drushel
Miami University
[email protected]
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Horror
Carl Sederholm
Brigham Young University
[email protected]
Jim Iaccino
Chicago School of
Professional Psychology
[email protected]
Kristopher Woofter
Concordia University,
Dawson College
[email protected]
Indian Culture, Art and
Media
Rekha Menon
Berklee College of Music
[email protected]
Internet Culture
Colin Helb
Elizabethtown College
[email protected]
Mary Beth Ray
Plymouth State University
[email protected]
Jack London Life and
Works
Gina Rossetti
Saint Xavier University
[email protected]
Journalism and Media
Culture
James Von Schilling
Northampton Community
College
[email protected]
Language Attitudes and
Popular Linguistics
James Mitchell
Salve Regina University
[email protected]
Latin American Film and
Media
Melissa Fitch
University of Arizona
[email protected]
Latin American Literature
and Culture
Patricia Montilla
Western Michigan University
[email protected]
Latin Americans and
Latinos: Identity Issues
and Cultural Stereotypes
Raul Rosales
Drew University
[email protected]
Law and Popular Culture
Robert Harker
Georgia State Bar Assn,
California State Bar Assn.
[email protected]
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Libraries, Archives,
Museums, and Popular
Research
Allen Ellis
Northern Kentucky University
[email protected]
Medieval Popular Culture
and Arthurian Legends
Christina Francis
Bloomsburg University
[email protected]
Literature and Madness
Russ Pottle
Misericordia University
[email protected]
Memory and
Representation
Cochran Terry
University of Montreal
[email protected]
Literature and Science
Ian Roberts
Missouri Western State
University
Men and Men's Studies
Hartmut Heep
Penn State University
[email protected]
[email protected]
Mental Health and Mental
Illness in Popular Culture
Eric Greene
PCH
Literature, Politics, and
Society
George B. Moore
University of Colorado
[email protected]
[email protected]
Motherhood/Fatherhood
and Popular Culture
Liz Podnieks
Ryerson University, Toronto
[email protected]
Material Culture
Heidi Nickisher
Rochester Institute of
Technology
[email protected]
Medical Humanities:
Health and Disease in
Culture
Carol-Ann Farkas
Massachusetts College of
Pharmacy and Health Sciences
[email protected]
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Music
Tom Kitts
St. John's University
[email protected]
Musicals, Stage, and Film
Samuel Goldstein
Daytona State College
[email protected]
Mystery and Detective
Fiction
Marla Arbach
University of Ottawa
[email protected]
Non-Fiction Writing
Dan R. Jones
Texas A&M UniversityCommerce
[email protected]
Patrick Russell
Texas Tech University
[email protected]
Philosophy and Culture
Kevin Decker
Eastern Washington
University
[email protected]
Deborah Leiter Nyabuti
Southern Illinois University
[email protected]
Mythology in
Contemporary Culture
Kate Rittenhouse
Vancouver, BC
[email protected]
National PCA/ACA
Sponsored Events
Joseph Hancock
Drexel University
[email protected]
New England Studies
Martin Manning
Department of State
[email protected]
New/Special Topics in
Popular Culture
Bruce Drushel
Miami University
[email protected]
Poetry Studies and
Creative Poetry
Kate Manning
Azusa Pacific University
[email protected]
Politics Portrayed in
Electronic Print and
Media
Fran Hassencahl
Old Dominion University
[email protected]
Popular American
Authors
Christina Vick
Louisiana State University Eunice
[email protected]
Popular Art, Architecture,
and Design
Jennifer Streb
Juniata College
[email protected]
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Popular History in
American Culture
Jennifer L. Stevens
Roger Williams University
[email protected]
Religion and Culture
Pam Detrixhe
Temple
University/Philadelphia
[email protected]
Professional Development
Joseph Hancock
Drexel University
[email protected]
Rhetoric, Composition,
and Popular Culture
Jennifer Burg
SUNY Potsdam
[email protected]
Jordan McClain
Drexel University
[email protected]
Protest Issues and Actions
Lotte Larsen
Salem, Oregon
[email protected]
Pulp Studies
Justin Everett
University of the Sciences
[email protected]
Jeffrey Shanks
U.S. National Park Service
[email protected]
Anne Cecil
Drexel University
[email protected]
Radio and Audio Media
Frank Chorba
Washburn University
[email protected]
Romance
Eric Selinger
DePaul University
[email protected]
Science and Popular
Culture
Gil Steven
University of Queensland
[email protected]
Lott Bill
Queensland University of
Technology
[email protected]
Science Fiction and
Fantasy
Gillian Leitch
Independent Scholar
[email protected]
Sherry Ginn
Rowan-Cabarrus Community
College
[email protected]
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Stephen King
Patrick McAleer
Indiana University of
Pennsylvania
[email protected]
Sea Literature, History,
and Culture
Stephen Curley
Texas A&M University at
Galveston
[email protected]
Shakespeare on Film and
Television
Richard Vela
University of North CarolinaPembroke
[email protected]
The Sixties
Deb Carmichael
Michigan State University
[email protected]
Phil Simpson
Eastern Florida State College
[email protected]
Tarot in Culture
Emily Auger
Independent Scholar
[email protected]
Television
Amanda McClain
Holy Family University
[email protected]
Soap Opera
Barbara J. Irwin
Canisius College
[email protected]
Antonio Savorelli
Italia
[email protected]
Theatre and Drama
Kayla Wiggins
Martin Methodist College
Sports
Joe Price
Whittier College
[email protected]
[email protected]
Tolkien Studies
Robin Reid
TAMU - Commerce
[email protected]
Yuya Kiuchi
Michigan State University
[email protected]
Travel and Tourism
William E. Lenz
Chatham University
[email protected]
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Undergraduate Sessions
Kristjane Nordmeyer
Westminster College
[email protected]
Mark Rubinfeld
Westminster College
[email protected]
Urban Studies
Jennie Lightweis-Goff
Tulane University
[email protected]
Vampire in Literature,
Culture, and Film
Mary Findley
Vermont Technical College
[email protected]
Phil Simpson
Eastern Florida State College
[email protected]
Vehicle Culture
Skip McGoun
Bucknell University
[email protected]
Virtual Idenities and SelfPromoting
Jennifer Consilio
Lewis University
War After 1945:
Literature, History,
Culture, and the Arts
Renate Prescott
Kent State University at
Geauga
[email protected]
Westerns and the West
Helen M. Lewis
Western Iowa Tech
Community College
[email protected]
Women's Studies
Holly M. Kent
University of IllinoisSpringfield
[email protected]
World's Fairs and
Expositions
Laurie Dalton
Acadia University
[email protected]
Thomas Prasch
Washburn University
[email protected]
Visual Culture
Royce W. Smith
Wichita State University
[email protected]
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Officers
Diane Calhoun-French
President
Jefferson Community &
Technical College
[email protected]
Lynn Bartholome
VP-Treasurer
Monroe Community College
[email protected]
Michael Marsden
Former Interim President
and Secretary of the
Governing Board
St. Norbert College
[email protected]
Gary Edgerton
Board Chair
Butler University
[email protected]
Philip Simpson
VP/President Elect
Eastern Florida State College
[email protected]
Elwood Watson
VP-Curriculum &
Instruction
East Tennessee State University
[email protected]
Michael Johnson, Jr.
Interim VP-Diversity,
Outreach
Washington State University
[email protected]
Executive Team
Joseph H. Hancock, II
Executive Director –
Events
Drexel University
[email protected]
Brendan Riley
Executive Director –
Operations
Columbia College Chicago
[email protected]
Jennifer Loeb
Conference Coordinator
[email protected]
Roger C. Adams
VP-Awards
Kansas State University
[email protected]
Bruce Drushel
VP-Area Chairs
Miami University, Ohio
[email protected]
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Journal Editors
Kathy Merlock Jackson
The Journal of American Culture
Virginia Wesleyan College
[email protected]
Ann Larabee
The Journal of Popular Culture
Michigan State University
[email protected]
Elwood Watson
East Tennessee State
University
[email protected]
Lynn Bartholome
Monroe Community College
[email protected]
Gary Edgerton
Butler University
[email protected]
Board Members
Gary Hoppenstand
Michigan State University
[email protected]
Cynthia Miller
Emerson College
[email protected]
Jay Nelson
Monroe Community College
[email protected]
Sue Matheson
University College of the
North
[email protected]
Peta Long
Syracuse University
[email protected]
Carl Sederholm
Brigham Young University
[email protected]
Michael Marsden
St. Norbert College
[email protected]
Roger C. Adams
Kansas State University
[email protected]
Paul Booth
DePaul University
[email protected]
James Von Schilling
Northampton Comm. College
[email protected]
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The Endowment Fund of the Popular Culture Association
and the American Culture Association was established in 1997
as a commitment to the long-term future of the study of American
culture and popular culture in all its forms, venues, contexts, and
exchanges. Since that first group of about 20 contributors made an
investment in the future of the two organizations and their roles in
priority research and critical inquiry, hundreds of individuals and
organizations have contributed and helped increase the Endowment
to its current level of about $1,300,000.
What is distinctive about the PCA/ACA Endowment is that it
incorporates contributions of various levels and reflects a broadbased support. An endowment is the hallmark of professional
academic organizations that believe their work has substantial
cultural significance and impact as well as long-term implications and
applications.
In 2016, approximately forty scholarships ($300) will be given to
support graduate student travel to the meeting and twelve ($600) to
early-career faculty. Twelve scholarships ($750) will be offered to
visiting international scholars. Research and travel to collection
grants ($750) will be given to three individuals and one grant
($5,000) will go to support collection building.
Endowment Board
Members
John Bratzel
Endowment Board Chair
Professor Emeritus
Michigan State University
[email protected]
Kathy Merlock Jackson
Virginia Wesleyan College
[email protected]
David Feldman
Independent Author
[email protected]
Gary Edgerton
Butler University
[email protected]
Trish Cunningham
The Ohio State University
[email protected]
Philip Simpson
Eastern Florida State College
[email protected]
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Events & Ceremonies
PCA/ACA Awards Ceremony And
Presentation of Eminent Scholar Award, and Eminent
Scholar Address
Please join our VP of Awards, Roger Adams, as he hosts the
PCA/ACA Annual Awards Ceremony. This event recognizes
awardees for scholarly achievements in 2015 and 2016. Awards
include winners for best books in several categories (The Ray
and Pat Browne, John G. Cawelti, Emily Toth, and Susan
Koppelman Awards), In documentary film, and in electronic
media. Winners of the awards for best articles published in the
Journal of American Culture and in the Journal of Popular Culture as
well as the best graduate student paper at the conference will
also be announced. The highlight of the event will be the
presentation of the PCA/ACA
Eminent Scholar Award to Dr. Jane Caputi, who will then give
an address to the audience.
Wednesday, March 23
2:00PM - 4:30 PM
Willow A/B
Newcomer/Graduate Student Mixer
Come meet new friends and visit with old ones as well.
Appetizers served and cash bar.
Wednesday, March 23
6:30PM -8:00PM
Grand Ballrooms B/C
Presidential Ceremony Honoring John Bratzel and
Michael Schonecke
Please join the President in her suite to honor our previous
Executive Directors
(Ask at registration for Room Number)
Thursday, March 24
5:00PM-6:30PM
Presidential Suite
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President’s Reception/Awards & The Ray & Pat
Browne Awards for Distinguished Contributions to
Popular Culture
Please join us on Thursday evening for our President’s
Reception and The Ray and Pat Browne Awards for
Distinguished Contribution to the Popular Arts with special
guests from the Entertainment, Music & Popular Culture (EMP)
Museum, Seattle.
Thursday, March 24
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Grand Ballrooms
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PCA/ACA Exhibitors
We would like to welcome our exhibitors this year and hope
that you will visit them in the Metropolitan Ballroom.
Exhibit Hours:
Tuesday, March 22
Wednesday, March 23
Thursday, March 24
Friday, March 25
12:00PM – 5:00 PM
9 AM – 6:00 PM
9 AM – 6:00 PM
9 AM – 1:00 PM
Exhibitors:
• Adam Matthew Digital
• Bloomsbury Publishing
• Fielding Graduate
University
• Intellect
• Jester House Press
(Wed. only)
• Lexington Books
• McFarland
• Palgrave Macmillan
• Penguin Random
House
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Routledge
Rowan & Littlefield
The Scholar’s Choice
Syracuse University
Press
University of Iowa
Press
University Press of
Kentucky
University Press of
Mississippi
University of Texas
Press
Paper Table
The PCA/ACA facilitates the exchange of conference papers
for those who wish to obtain copies of other’s papers and for
the benefit of the PCA/ACA Endowment. We ask that you
bring 10 copies of your paper to the paper table during the
Exhibit Hours of Operation. Each paper will be sold for $1.00
and all proceeds go to the Endowment. In the past, over
$1,000 was raised per conference.
Editors’ Table
Please visit with our Journal of American Culture and Journal of
Popular Culture Editors at their table in the Exhibit Hall.
Town Hall Discussion
Please come and give feedback about the conference.
Friday, March 25
1:15pm-3:00pm
Willow B
National Business Meetings & Board Meetings
PCA/ACA Board Meeting
Tuesday, March 22
Dashpoint
4:00PM – 8:00PM
Endowment Board Meeting
Wednesday, March 23
Eagle Board Room
9:45AM-11:15AM
PCA/ACA Regional Areas/International Areas Meeting
Wednesday, March 23
9:45AM-11:15AM
Dashpoint
PCA/ACA Preservation Committee
Wednesday, March 23
Dashpoint
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11:30 AM-1:15PM
PCA/ACA Area Chairs Meeting I
Wednesday, March 23
Willow A/B
Diversity Task Force Meeting
Thursday, March 24
Dashpoint
6:30PM-8:00PM
9:45AM-11:15AM
Journal of Popular Culture Board Meeting
Friday, March 25
9:45AM-11:15AM
Dashpoint
Journal of American Culture Board Meeting
Friday, March 25
11:30AM-1:00PM
Dashpoint
Area Business Meetings
Comics and Comic Art Area Meeting
This session covers area business, including future conferences,
recruiting judges for the Inge and Lent awards, and information
on The International Journal of ComicArt. We will have the
presentation of the Inge and Lent Awards and discussion of
calls for papers for new books. The meeting is open to all
presenters and anyone interested in our area.
Wednesday, March 23
8:15PM-10:00PM
Grand Ballroom A
Mystery and Detective Fiction Business Meeting
Friday, March 25
4:45PM-6:00PM
Willow A
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Pulp Studies Meeting
This meeting will discuss the future of the Pulp Studies area,
including moving forward with the creation of a journal.
Friday, March 25
1:15PM-3:00PM
Madrona
Popular Music & Society and Rock Music Studies
The editorial boards of Popular Music and Society and Rock
Music Studies will hold their annual joint meeting to discuss the
current state of the journals, recommendations for special
issues, and other issues. All are invited. The meeting will be
chaired by Gary Burns, Northern Illinois University, and
Thomas M. Kitts, St. John's University.
Friday, March 25
1:15 PM -3:00 PM
Dashpoint
Science Fiction and Fantasy Area Meeting
All welcome to attend our annual area meeting, a chance to
find out what has been happening in the area, and get together
with others. Our usual shameless plugs feature is a must - an
opportunity to share what you have achieved in the last year!
Wednesday, March 23
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Redwood A
Get-Togethers
Newcomer/Graduate Student Mixer
Come meet new friends and visit with old one’s as well.
Appetizers served and cash bar.
Wednesday, March 23
6:30PM -8:00PM
Grand Ballrooms B/C
Game Night
Join us for our third annual Game Night.
PCA/ACA members bring board, card, and social games to
enjoy.
Thursday, March 24
8:15 PM – 11:00 PM
Willow B
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PUNK Occupy PCA/ACA REDUX
Look for the Punk Area!
Punk Culture will host a series of pop-up events in public
spaces throughout the conference as we did last year. Events
are held during panel breaks. A schedule will be posted daily at
the conference and tweeted to attendees. Events will include: a
graffiti board, 'zine making and Rant-o-rama. All are welcome
to attend.
Anne Cecil, Drexel University and Joanne Taylor, PhD
Berkeley City College
Film Screenings
Animation
The Incredibles
Wednesday, March 23
Boren
8:15 PM – 11:00 PM
Animation
Heavy Metal
Thursday, March 24
Boren
8:15 PM – 11:00 PM
Fairy Tales
La Belle et la Bete
Tuesday, March 22
Medina
8:15 PM – 11:00 PM
Fairy Tales
Beauty and the Beast
Wednesday, March 23
Medina
3:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Gay, Lesbian & Queer Studies
Animating Animus: Dandy Sissies and Drag Divas as Archetypes in
Disney Villany
Friday, March 25
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Jefferson B
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Horror (Text, Media & Culture)
Welcome to Our Nightmare: Zombeavers
Tuesday, March 22
Cirrus Ballroom
Horror (Text, Media & Culture)
The Stranger of the Swamp
Wednesday, March 23
Cirrus Ballroom
Indian Culture, Art & Media
Is the Heroine Truly the Hero of the Film?
Tuesday, March 22
Boren
8:15 PM – 9:45 PM
8:15 PM – 9:45 PM
8:15 PM – 9:45 PM
Tarot & Other Methods of Divination
Tarology: The Poetics of Tarot With Enrique Enriquez
Tuesday, March 22
4:45 PM – 6:15 PM
Ravenna A
Vampire in Literature, Culture and Film
Interview with The Vampire
Tuesday, March 22
1:15 PM – 4:00 PM
Cirrus Ballroom
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Ray and Pat Browne Award for Distinguished
Contributions to Popular Arts:
Entertainment, Music & Popular Culture (EMP)
Museum
Event held in Thursday, March 23 6:30-8:30 PM in Grand
Ballrooms A, B, C, D
EMP IS A LEADING-EDGE, NONPROFIT MUSEUM,
DEDICATED TO THE IDEAS AND RISK-TAKING THAT
FUEL CONTEMPORARY POPULAR CULTURE.
With its roots in rock ‘n’ roll, EMP serves as a gateway museum,
reaching multigenerational audiences through its collections,
exhibitions, and educational programs, using interactive technologies
to engage and empower our visitors. At EMP, artists, audiences, and
ideas converge, bringing understanding, interpretation, and
scholarship to the
popular culture of
our time.
Founded by Paul G.
Allen and Jody Allen,
EMP first opened its
doors in 2000. The
museum is housed in
a 140,000 square
foot Frank O. Gehrydesigned building that
includes innovative galleries, an interactive Sound Lab, and Sky
Church, a stunning performance hall which features state-of-the-art
sound, lighting, and one of the largest indoor HD LED screens in the
world. The spectacular, prominently visible EMP structure has the
presence of a monumental sculpture set against the backdrop of the
Seattle Center.
Over the past 15 years, EMP Museum has welcomed more than 7.5
million visitors and organized 56 exhibitions focused on popular
culture, 20 of which have traveled to major museums and learning
institutions across the globe.
Through immersive exhibitions and experiential programs, EMP
brings genuine human experience to the stories, people, and ideas
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that reflect our individual and shared passions. Exhibitions organized
by EMP include Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses, Infinite Worlds of
Science Fiction, Fantasy: Worlds of Myth and Magic, Indie Game
Revolution, Wild Blue Angel: Hendrix Abroad, Worn to Be Wild: The Black
Leather Jacket, Can’t Look Away: The Lure of Horror Film, AVATAR: The
Exhibition, American Sabor: Latinos in US Popular Music, and many more.
EMP holds a significant historical music collection of approximately
170,000 artifacts and an oral history archive consisting of more than
850 EMP curator-led interviews with musicians, filmmakers, authors,
and other luminaries who are shaping contemporary culture. EMP is
also home to the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame which
honors the lives and work of more than 65 venerated creators
within fantastical genres such as Mary Shelley, Stanley Kubrick, J.R.R.
Tolkien, George Lucas, Octavia Butler, Phillip K. Dick, and David
Bowie – new awardees are inducted annually.
EMP is dedicated to providing participatory cultural experiences and
interpretive arts-based education for every audience. From artist
residencies in local schools, mentorship and performance
opportunities for young musicians; to our annual Pop Conference
gathering of music industry professionals and academics, Science
Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival, and Seattle Mini Maker Faire,
participation and engagement for audiences of all ages has always
been a critical component of EMP’s mission to foster creative
communities and support tomorrow’s pop culture creators.
EMP is located at 325 5th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98105
Winter Hours
September 8, 2015 - May 26, 2016
Daily 10:00am-5:00pm
Directions from the Sheraton Hotel Downtown (1.1 mi.)
From hotel from doors turn right onto 6th Ave toward Pike St
Turn left onto Bell St.
Turn right toward 5th Ave N and continue until you reach the
museum
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The Eminent Scholar Award: Jane Caputi Ph.D.
Event Held: Wednesday, March 23, 2:00 PM- 4:30 PM
Willow A/B
Jane Caputi is Professor of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies
and Communication & Multimedia at Florida Atlantic University. She
has written three books: Goddesses and
Monsters: Women, Myth, Power and Popular
Culture; Gossips, Gorgons and Crones: The
Fates of the Earth; and The Age of Sex
Crime. She collaborated with Mary Daly
on Websters' First New Intergalactic
Wickedary of the English Language. Jane
also has conceptualized and scripted two
educational documentaries, The
Pornography of Everyday Life (2006) and
Feed the Green: Feminist Voices for the
Earth (2015). Her current book project is Mother Earth Meets the
Anthropocene. She is grateful to her teachers and students for
always providing the context and the inspiration.
Her Keynote Speech:
From “Bitch” to “(Big) Nuts” and Beyond: Political Sideshow 2016
Donald Trump promises to make American “great” (White?) again
and is regaled as the candidate with the biggest “nuts.” Hilary
Clinton is slammed as a ballbreaker, a total “Bitch.” Bernie Sanders
as a Democratic Socialist isn’t necessarily the deal-breaker that many
assumed it would be. Ted Cruz hawks a poster on his campaign
website showing him as a half-naked, tattooed rock star, while also
portraying a military-helmeted Obama as “coming to get your guns.”
Seventh-Day Adventist Ben Carson emerged as a possible “antiObama” --our current president, thought by one in four Americans
to possibly be the “Anti-Christ,” and not really a US citizen. Until
President Obama, all US presidents have been white, Christian,
nominally heterosexual men, paying a large psychological dividend to
all who identified as such. Obama’s election forever altered that
norm. This talk, through a range of popular artifacts, considers this
factor and the relevant meanings offered by the political sideshow
that emerges in popular presidential paraphernalia.
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Special PCA/ACA Professional Development Event
Andrew McMasters,
Artistic Director, Jet City Improv
Wednesday, March 23
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Ballard
This 70-minute presentation will
provide active tools to incorporate the
ideas of improv into the classroom.
The presentation will focus on team
building within the group, as well as
providing each individual participant
with skills to effectively think on your
feet and drive home the intended
message, as well as incorporating the
message of accepting and building (‘yes,
and’) into curriculum development.
The experiential exercises will provide tools for immediate use to
help improve communication skills, build collaboration in the
classroom and produce clear and concise narrative storytelling. Key
issues covered include:
• Personalizing your work – making it meaningful, significant,
and memorable for students,
• Accepting and building offers with “yes, and”,
• Presenting an effective and remarkable story,
• Developing curriculum that can be inclusive and interactive.
Fielding University Recruitment Event
Tuesday, March 22
4:45pm-8:15pm
Everett
Fielding Graduate University invites you to learn about the
degree programs within the School of Media Psychology.
Please join Admissions Advisor, Pamela Matovelle and faculty
members Dr. Jerri Lynn Hogg, Dr. Pamela Rutledge, and Dr.
Karen Dill Shackleford for an in person look at what the
Fielding Media Psychology programs offer.
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Presidential Ceremony Honoring
John Bratzel & Michael Schonecke
Please join us as we say “Thank You” to our previous Executive
Directors
Event Held: Thursday, March 24, 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Presidential Suite
John Bratzel received his PhD in History from Michigan State
University in 1974. He gained full professor status in 1986 and
retired in 2012. In his
career at State, Bratzel was
Associate Chair of the
Department of American
Thought and Language,
Graduate Director of the
Center of Latin American
Studies. He wrote
numerous books and articles
on World War II in Latin
America and on Popular
Culture. He also wrote numerous grants and was a regular grant
reader for the US Department of Education. In the summer, Bratzel
gave the entrance talks to MSU students and parents. Bratzel won
the prestigious Teacher Scholar Award from Michigan State as well
as the Best Book Award from the Center for Intelligence Studies.
He is also the recipient of the Ray and Pat Browne Award.
Bratzel served as an area chair for PCA, as Vice-President,
and President of PCA as well as Executive Director of the
Association. His tenure saw a great growth in the number of
attendees at the PCA National Conference. Intent on
internationalizing the organization, Bratzel helped start PCA affiliates
in Europe, Canada, East Asia, and Australia/New Zealand.
Now retired, John Bratzel has moved with his wife of 47
years to Albuquerque, New Mexico to be near family and
grandchildren. He currently heads the PCA Endowment and has
recently taken classes in Santa Fe in Woodturning. He regularly
offers lectures at the University of New Mexico Osher Institute.
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Michael K. Schoenecke has been involved in popular culture
studies for 40 years. He served as PCA/ACA Executive Director
from June 2002- 2007, during which time
the organization grew dramatically, both in
attendance and in stature. It regained nonprofit status, expanded the exhibitor hall
and awards offered, and grew an
endowment to ensure its future. Mike’s
proudest accomplishment was instituting
the graduate student travel grants, forty of
which are given each year by the
Endowment Dr. Schoenecke helped
nurture, with the help of a great many
others.
Mike earned his experience and reputation by helping build a
regional association. The SW/TX PCA has recognized Mike as a
“Founder:” he served as the association’s initial program chair in
1979 and served variously as an Area Chair, a Vice President, and the
Secretary-Treasurer until 2002.
Dr. Schoenecke edited Film and Literature: A Comparative
Approach to Adaptation (1988), The Greenwood Encyclopedia of
World Popular Culture: North America (2007)—the series received
the Ray and Pat Browne Award: Best Primary Work—, and All-Stars
and Movie Stars: Sports in Film and History (2008). He has
published over 25 articles on such diverse topics as sports, music,
film, architecture, and actors. He served as Music Editor for the
Encyclopedia of American Culture, 1700 to the Present (2001) and
even made a film on Texas-Style Fiddling.
Michael K. Schoenecke was born on a farm in Oklahoma City in
1949. He attended Central State University from 1967-1971 where
he majored in English, minored in Sociology and Management, and
met his wife, Debby. They have been married 45 years and have two
daughters, Heather and Salah. In 1975, at the urging of Peter Rollins,
Mike delivered his first professional paper at the St. Louis National
PCA conference and was hooked by the collegial atmosphere and
stimulating discussions. He has since remained active with PCA/ACA,
missing only two national meetings in the next 37 years.
Professor Schoenecke taught Film/Media Studies at Texas Tech
University from 1981-2014, where he mentored and encouraged his
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graduate students, many of whom have gone on to be leaders in the
regional and national associations such as Lynnea Chapman King,
Scott Baugh, Sonia Avarado, Rob Weiner and others. Mike was an
inaugural member of Texas Tech University’s Teaching Academy in
1997, and was ranked by students among the top three teachers in
the university for several years. He also received numerous teaching
awards such as the Excellence in Teaching Award, the President’s
Teaching Award, and the Council of the Arts and Sciences Award for
Outstanding Teaching. Retiring from Texas Tech University, Mike and
his wife are enjoyed retirement and spoiling their grandchildren.
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Join Us Again!
We hope you have a great time at PCA/ACA 2016. We hope
you will join us again next year in San Diego, from 12-15
April, 2017.
You can find all the information you need at our website:
pcaaca.org
Regional and International PCA conferences
If you enjoyed this conference, consider attending one of the
regional or international PCA and ACA conferences:
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Oceanic PCA: 27-28 May 2016, Honolulu
PCA South: Oct 2016, Nashville
Midwest PCA/ACA: 6-9 Oct 2016, Chicago
Mid-Atlantic PACA: 3-5 Nov 2016, Atlantic City
Southwest PACA: 14-17 Feb 2017 Albuquerque
Far-West PCA: Feb 2017, Las Vegas
• PCA Canada: 12-14 May 2016, Montreal
• PCA Australia/New Zealand: 29 June - 1 July 2016, Sydney
• European PCA (EUPOP): 20-22 July 2016, Paris
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Schedule by Topic Area
Academics and Collegiate Culture (Caney)
3034
Academics and Collegiate Culture I: Bullying and Treatment
of "The Other" in Academia
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Columbia
3134
Academics and Collegiate Culture II: Sex, Comics, Parents
and College Campuses
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Columbia
3234
Academics and Collegiate Culture III: Comics for Safe
Campuses
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Columbia
3334
Academics and Collegiate Culture IV:Cultural Literacy,
Critical Literacy and a Common Read
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Columbia
3734
Academics and Collegiate Culture V: Online Education,
Social Justice and Legislating Sex and Consent on the College
Campus
Thursday, 3/24
8:15pm
Columbia
Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic Gaming)
(Jellenik)
3030
Adaptation 1: Fidelity Anxieties
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
3130
Adaptation 2: Transmedia Approaches to Adaptation
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Ravenna A
3230
Adaptation 3: Defining/Re-Defining Adaptation Theory I
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Ravenna A
3330
Adaptation 4: Defining/Re-Defining Adaptation Theory II
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Ravenna A
3430
Roundtable I: Adapting the Canon
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
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Ravenna A
Ravenna A
4030
Adaptation 5: Television and Adaptation
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Ravenna A
4130
Adaptation 6: Adaptive Strategies
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
4230
Adaptation 7: Adaptation and Gender Issues
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Ravenna A
4330
Adaptation 8: Pedagogy and Adaptation
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Ravenna A
4430
Roundtable II: Teaching Adaptation
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Ravenna A
Ravenna A
Adolescence in Film and Television (Hart)
3434
Adolescence in Film and Television I: Analyzing Teen Cinema
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Columbia
3534
Adolescence in Film and Television II: From Child Vision to
Adolescent Dystopia
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Columbia
3634
Adolescence in Film and Television III: Exploring Female
Adolescence
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Columbia
Advertising (Swindell)
2108
Advertising I: Psychology and pop culture
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Juniper
2208
Advertising II: Language, learning, and low blows!
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Juniper
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African-American Culture (Sherrod)
2138
African-American Culture I: Socio-Politics and Racial Terror
Roundtable
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
University
2238
African-American Culture II: Space, Place, Agency and
Language
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
University
2338
African-American Culture III: Play, Pain and the Blues of the
African Diaspora
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
University
2438
African-American Culture IV: Cultural Embodiment and
Aesthetics of Identity
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
University
2538
African-American Culture V: Black-ish Stereotypes in Mass
Media
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
University
4134
African-American Culture VI: The Politics of Double
Consciousness, Racial Mimesis and Consumption
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Columbia
4234
African-American Culture VII: Black Capitalism, Health
Equity and Civic Agency
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Columbia
4334
African-American Culture VIII: Violence Returning: The
Visual Politics of Reenactment
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Columbia
4434
African-American Culture IX - Roudtable Pedagogy of
Empowerment: Interdisciplinary Approaches for Teaching
and Discussing Ta-Nahisi Coates
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Columbia
Aging and Senior Culture (Augustyn)
2211
Health Challenges and Care Benefits
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
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Redwood B
2311
Maturing, Aging, and Cultural Expectations
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Redwood B
2411
Seniors Still Springing Into Action
3:00pm
Wednesday, 3/23
Redwood B
American Indian Literatures and Cultures (Bracewell
and Sax)
1209
American Indian Historical Representations and Exclusions
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Madrona
1309
American Indian Historiography & Narrative Identities
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Madrona
1409
American Indian Narrative Fictions & Non-fictions
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Madrona
1509
Native Appropriations: Contemporary Realities in Literature
and Popular Culture
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Madrona
American Literature (Taylor)
1237
American Literature I: Colonial Era to the Early Nineteenth
Century
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Seneca
1337
American Literature II: Mid-Nineteenth Century Literature
and Culture
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Seneca
1437
American Literature III: Race from the Mid-Nineteenth
Century to the Present
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Seneca
1537
American Literature IV: Early, Middle, and Late Modernism
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Seneca
1637
American Literature V: Postmodern Theoretical Approaches
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Seneca
1737
American Literature VI: Experimental Works
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Seneca
2037
American Literature VII: The West and the Pacific
Northwest
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Seneca
2137
American Literature VIII: War and Storytelling
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Seneca
2237
American Literature IX: Reading Gender
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Seneca
2337
American Literature X: Reassessments of Southern
Literature
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Seneca
2437
American Literature XI: Narrative, Perspective, and Voice
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Seneca
Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone)
2333
Animation Daily Screening I
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Boren
2433
Animation I: Anime
Wednesday, 3/23
Boren
2533
Animation II: Production and Practice
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Boren
2733
Animation Nightly Screening I
Wednesday, 3/23
8:15pm
Boren
3433
Animation Daily Screening II
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Boren
3533
Animation III: Cultural Theory as seen on Cartoon Network
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Boren
3633
Animation IV: Historical and Theoretical Approaches
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Boren
3733
Animation Nightly Screening II
Thursday, 3/24
8:15pm
3:00pm
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Boren
4333
Animation Daily Screening III
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
4433
Animation V: Adult-themes in Animation
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Boren
4533
Animation VI: Animation as a Force for Change
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Boren
Boren
Appalachian Studies (Satterwhite)
2511
The Politics of the Artisanal: Moonshine, Regional Wine, and
Handicrafts
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Redwood B
Armed Conflict (Parry and McLaughlin)
1208
Vietnam and the Personal Cost of War
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Juniper
1308
World War II: Those Who Fought
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Juniper
1408
World War II in Popular Culture
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Juniper
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
2118
Art and Design Culture I
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Grand Ballroom D
2218
Art and Design Culture II
11:30am
Wednesday, 3/23
Grand Ballroom D
2318
Art and Design Culture III
1:15pm
Wednesday, 3/23
Grand Ballroom D
2418
Art and Design Culture IV
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom D
2518
Art and Design Culture V
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Grand Ballroom D
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3018
Art and Design Culture VI
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Grand Ballroom D
3118
Art and Design Culture VII
9:45am
Thursday, 3/24
Grand Ballroom D
3218
Art and Design Culture VIII
11:30am
Thursday, 3/24
Grand Ballroom D
3318
Art and Design Culture IX
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom D
3418
Art and Design Culture X
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom D
3503
Art and Design Culture XI
4:45pm
Thursday, 3/24
Diamond B
4018
Art and Design Culture XII
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Grand Ballroom D
4118
Art and Design Culture XIII
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Grand Ballroom D
4218
Art and Design Culture XIV
11:30am
Friday, 3/25
Grand Ballroom D
4318
Art and Design Culture XV
1:15pm
Friday, 3/25
Grand Ballroom D
4418
Art and Design Culture XVI
4:45pm
Friday, 3/25
Grand Ballroom D
Asian Popular Culture (Lent and Xu)
3333
Asian Popular Culture I: Cinema and TV -- China, Japan, and
Korea
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Boren
3403
Asian Popular Culture II: Anime, Asian Design
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Diamond B
53
4135
Asian Popular Culture III: Comics and Cartoons -- China,
India, and Japan
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Jefferson A
4235
Asian Popular Culture IV: Korean Wave, K-Pop, EcoWedding
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Jefferson A
4335
Asian Popular Culture V: Japan, Manga
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Jefferson A
4435
Asian Popular Culture VI: Diasporic Media -- Korea, Tibet
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Jefferson A
4535
Asian Popular Culture VII: Folk Beliefs, Poetry, National
Narratives -- Philippines, China, East Asia
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Jefferson A
Australian and New Zealand Popular Culture
(Thomas)
1507
Australia and New Zealand Popular Culture
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Cedar B
Baby-Boomer Culture (Von Schilling)
3324
Baby Boomer Culture
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Greenwood
BDSM/Kink/Fetish Studies (Martinez)
3037
BDSM/Kink/Fetish Studies I
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
3137
Panel Discussion: BDSM & Our Legal Sexual Freedom
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Seneca
3237
Special Topic: Consent Counts -- It's never just black and
white
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Seneca
4537
Special Topic: The Do's & Don'ts of Writing BDSM fiction
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Seneca
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Seneca
4637
Workshop: BDSM The Naked Truth--From Basics to Edge
Playing Dominance & submission
Friday, 3/25
6:30pm
Seneca
Beer Culture (Drushel)
1332
Beer Culture I: Definition and Personification
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Ravenna C
1432
Beer Culture II: Place
Tuesday, 3/22
1532
Beer Culture III: Building Community
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
1632
Beer Culture IV: Consumption and Connoisseurship
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Ravenna C
1732
Beer Culture V: Roundtable -- The State of Beer Culture
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Ravenna C
3:00pm
Ravenna C
Ravenna C
Biographies (Skarl)
1227
Biographies I: Entertainment
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Kirkland
1327
Biographies II: Autobiographies
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Kirkland
1427
Biographies III: Biopics
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Kirkland
1527
Biographies IV: Gender, Fiction, and Hoaxes
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Kirkland
Black Performing Arts (Borshuk and Banbury)
3127
Black Aesthetics and Performance
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
3227
Cultural Critiques of Film, Theatre, and Media I
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Kirkland
55
Kirkland
3327
Cultural Critiques of Film, Theatre, and Media II
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Kirkland
3427
The Politics of Identity: Gender, Race, Nation
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Kirkland
Body and Culture (Sally)
3024
Body & Culture I: Bodies in Motion
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
3124
Body & Culture II: Semiotics & The Signifying Body
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Greenwood
3224
Body & Culture III: Bodies in/of Fashion & Magazines
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Greenwood
3639
Body & Culture IV: Feminism(s) & Bodily Transgressions
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Virginia
Greenwood
Border Studies, Cultural Economy and Migration
(Masterson)
1328
Border Studies, Cultural Economy, and Migration
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Leschi
Brazilian Popular Culture (Martinez and AyalaMartinez)
1526
Futebol e Novelas: Soccer, Soap Operas and Social Change
in Brazilian Culture
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Issaquah B
1626
Samba, Electrofunk and Dom Quixote: Dance, Music and
Literature and the Brazilians Tensions with Cultural Identity
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Issaquah B
British Popular Culture (Thum and Riga)
3025
From Holmes to MI5 and Television Police Procedurals
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Issaquah A
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3125
Image, Culture, Film: Fram Shakespeare to Downton Abbey
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Issaquah A
3225
Pop Music and Fantasy: from Punk and Hip Hop to Dr. Who
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Issaquah A
Caribbean & Transatlantic Cultural Production &
Issues (Febles and Febles)
4534
Caribbean and Transatlantic Cultural Production and Issue I:
Cuban Literature and Culture
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Columbia
4634
Caribbean and Transatlantic Cultural Production and Issues
II: Matters of National Identity
Friday, 3/25
6:30pm
Columbia
Celebrity in Culture (Brody)
4025
Keeping up with Caitlyn Jenner and Kim Kardashian
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Issaquah A
4125
Chris Hemsworth,Fexible Star Images,Style Icons, and
DeNiro
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Issaquah A
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers (Edgette)
1225
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers I- Perceptions
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Issaquah A
1325
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers II- Southern Sector
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Issaquah A
1425
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers III- Perspectives
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Issaquah A
1525
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers IV- Work Influence
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Issaquah A
2025
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers V- Home and Abroad
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Issaquah A
57
2125
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers VI- Bronx's Woodlawn
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Issaquah A
Children's Literature and Culture (Doughty)
1424
Children's Literature and Culture I: Schools, Libraries, and
Organizations
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Greenwood
1524
Children's Literature and Culture II: YA Fantasy and Science
Fiction
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Greenwood
1624
Children's Literature and Culture III: Deconstructing Taboos
in Young Adult Literature
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Greenwood
2026
Children's Literature and Culture IV: Sexuality
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Issaquah B
2126
Children's Literature and Culture V: Race and Gender
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Issaquah B
2226
Children's Literature and Culture VI: Classic and Historical
Texts
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Issaquah B
2326
Children's Literature and Culture VII: Agency and Identity
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Issaquah B
3026
Children's Literature and Culture VIII: Roundtable: YA
Fantasy Main Characters
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Issaquah B
3126
Children's Literature and Culture IX: Fantasy
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Issaquah B
3226
Children's Literature and Culture X: Place and Space
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Issaquah B
58
Children's/YA Series Books and Dime Novels (Keeline)
1428
Children's/YA Series Books and Dime Novels I
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Leschi
1528
Children's/YA Series Books and Dime Novels II
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Lesch
1628
Children's/YA Series Books and Dime Novels III
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Leschi
1728
Children's/YA Series Books and Dime Novels IV
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Leschi
Circuses and Circus Culture (Mascia)
1224
Circuses and Circus Culture I: Challenging Social Constructs
of Entertainment in Sideshow and Circus Performances
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Greenwood
1324
Circuses and Circus Culture II: Theoretical Perspectives of
Postcolonialism, Visual Pleasure, Fiction, and Biography
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Greenwood
Civil War and Reconstruction (Allred)
3202
Civil War and Reconstruction I: War in the Border Lands
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Diamond A
3302
Civil War and Reconstruction II: The Civil War in Film
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Diamond A
3402
Civil War and Reconstruction III: Memory and Memorials in
the Confederacy
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Diamond A
3502
Civil War and Reconstruction IV: Race, Rights, and Abolition
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Diamond A
Collecting and Collectibles (Moist)
2325
Collectibles, Art, and Popular Culture
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Issaquah A
59
3425
Collecting and Identity
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Issaquah A
Comedy and Humor (Snaith)
1333
Comedy and Pedagogy
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
1233
Comedy and New Media--NOW What?!!
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Boren
1433
Comedy in TV and Film: Subversives and Other Lovable
Disturbers of the Peace
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Boren
2134
Pain, Immorality, Culture Clashes, and Just Plain
Awkwardness: Why is This Funny?
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Columbia
2234
Trigger Warning!! Comedy, Gender, and Race
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Columbia
3033
Stand-Up: Religion, PC, and Other Micro-Aggressions
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Boren
Boren
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim)
1115
Comics and Comic Art: Theory and Alternative Perspectives
Tuesday, 3/22
9:45am
Grand Ballroom A
1215
Comics and Comic Art: Disability and State of Mind
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Grand Ballroom A
1315
Comics and Comic Art: Power and the Other
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom A
1415
Comics and Comic Art: Race, Sex, and the Underground
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom A
1515
Comics and Comic Art: Connecting Imagination and
Mythology
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Grand Ballroom A
60
1615
Comics and Comic Art: Journalism and Shades of Reality
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Grand Ballroom A
1715
Comics and Comic Art: The Story of Regulation and
Approval
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Grand Ballroom A
2015
Comics and Comic Art: Changes in Superhero Comics from
1970s Forward
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Grand Ballroom A
2115
Comics and Comic Art: Muslim Superheroes: Comics,
Religion, and Diversity
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Grand Ballroom A
2215
Comics and Comic Art: Superhero Comics: Masculinity and
Feminism
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Grand Ballroom A
2315
Comics and Comic Art: Subject Based Comics Pedagogy
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom A
2415
Comics and Comic Art: Superhero Comics: Continuity,
Changes, and the Body
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom A
2515
Comics and Comic Art: Ms. Marvel: New and Hybrid
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Grand Ballroom A
3015
Comics and Comic Art: Migration and the Margin
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Grand Ballroom A
3115
Comics and Comic Art: Superheros and Adaptation
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Grand Ballroom A
3215
Comics and Comic Art: Alan Moores and Depictions of
Power
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Grand Ballroom A
3315
Comics and Comic Art: Comics Origins Rewritten from
Donald Duck to She-Hulk
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom A
61
3415
Comics and Comic Art: The Myth of Comics History
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom A
4015
Comics and Comic Art: Fantastic Four and Ms. Marvel: Race
and Ideology
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Grand Ballroom A
4115
Comics and Comic Art: Superheroines: Violence and
Feminism
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Grand Ballroom A
4215
Comics and Comic Art: Comics and Pedagogy
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Grand Ballroom A
4315
Comics and Comic Art Roundtable: The Joker at 75: The
Clown Prince of Crime in Context
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom A
4415
Comics and Comic Art: Developments in Postwar Shojo
Manga
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Grand Ballroom A
4515
Comics and Comic Art: The Politics and the Limits of Sex in
Manga in Global Circulation
Friday, 3/25
6:30pm
Grand Ballroom A
Communication and Digital Culture (Nunes and
Burrough)
3008
Witness I: Tracking & Suveillance
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Juniper
3108
Witness II: Ethical Considerations
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Juniper
3208
Witness III: Feminist Engagements
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Juniper
3308
Witness IV: Self (ie)-Witness
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Juniper
3408
Witness V: Data Cultures
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Juniper
62
3508
Witness VI: Masses and Media
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Juniper
Copyright and Intellectual Property (Riley)
3039
Issues in Copyright and Intellectual Property
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Virginia
Creative Fiction Writing (Muir)
2002
Creative Fiction I: Life in Pieces
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Diamond A
2102
Creative Fiction II: What if?
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Diamond A
2202
Creative Fiction III: Relationships
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Diamond A
2302
Creative Fiction IV: Holding to Beliefs
1:15pm
Wednesday, 3/23
Diamond A
3102
Creative Fiction V: The Past
9:45am
Thursday, 3/24
Diamond A
Dance and Dance Culture (Delgado and Atkins)
2019
Dance and Culture I: Ballet Refracted through Archives,
Literature, Photography, and TV
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Ballard
2119
Dance and Culture II: Dance Legacies
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
2419
Dance and Culture III: Dance in a Narrative Frame
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Ballard
3119
Dance and Culture IV: Archives: Voice/Body/Machine
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Ballard
3319
Dance and Culture V: Probing Choreographic Methods:
How Making Dance Can Question Culture
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Ballard
63
Ballard
3419
Dance and Culture VI: Queer Utopias?
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Ballard
Disasters, Apocalypses, and Catastrophes (Bell and
Ficociello)
3530
Apocalyptic Possibility: Genre, Language, Aesthetics
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Ravenna A
3630
Reading the Apocalypse
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
4102
The Construction of Disaster and Survival Narratives
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Diamond A
4202
The End is Real: Disasters and Current Events
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Diamond A
4302
The Movies and TV Go to a Disaster
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Diamond A
4402
Theorizing The End
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Diamond A
4502
Zombies and the End of Times
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Diamond A
Ravenna A
Eastern European Studies (Johnson)
3527
Eastern Europe I
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Kirkland
Ecology and Culture (O'Shaughnessey)
3326
Ecology and Culture
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
64
Issaquah B
Education, Teaching, History and Popular Culture
(Janak)
1206
I. Popular Culture in College Composition Courses
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Cedar A
1306
II: Popular Presentations of Education and Schooling
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Cedar A
1406
III. Building Curriculum, Building Teachers
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Cedar A
1506
IV: Gaming as Entry into History
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
1606
V. Motivating and Engaging Students with Popular Culture
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Cedar A
2032
VI. Exploring Identity, Exploring the Self
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Ravenna C
2132
VII: Tapping Technlogy, Using Gaming
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Ravenna C
2232
VIII: Popularizing History
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Ravenna C
2332
IX: Media Analyis in the Popular Culture Classroom
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Ravenna C
2432
X: Improving Instruction in Communication and the
Humanities
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Ravenna C
2532
XI: Improving Instruction Across Higher Education
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Ravenna C
3032
XII: Thinking about Teaching and Learning
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Ravenna C
4225
XIII. The Fantasy Lens: Using Fantasy to Illuminate the
Classics--and Beyond: Stories That Live Forever
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Issaquah A
65
Cedar A
Eros, Pornography and Popular Culture (Muir)
3528
Eros and Porn I
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Leschi
3628
Eros and Porn II
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Leschi
3728
Eros and Porn III
Thursday, 3/24
8:15pm
Leschi
Fairy Tales (Caleb, Holland-Toll and Nicks)
1229
Fairy Tales I: Once Upon a Time & Fairy Tales that Alter
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Medina
1329
Fairy Tales II: Witches and Horror
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
1429
Fairy Tales III: Beauty and the Beast Special Session
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Medina
1629
Fairy Tales IV: Tales Old and New
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
1729
Fairy Tales Screening V: La Belle et la Bete (1946)
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Medina
2029
Fairy Tales VI: Morality, Disney, and Alterations
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Medina
2129
Fairy Tales VII: Teaching, Sexual Predation, and Wolves
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Medina
2229
Fairy Tales VIII: Miscellaneous Fairy Tales & Literature
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Medina
2429
Fairy Tales Screening IX: Disney's Beauty and the Beast
(1991)
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Medina
4313
Fairy Tales X (Round Table): Fairy Tales, Myth, Clinic and
Context: Four Perspectives on Narcissistic Images of the Self
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Willow A
Medina
Medina
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
1207
Fan Studies: Multiple Perspectives
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Cedar B
1307
Rap, Hip Hop and Fandom
1:15pm
Tuesday, 3/22
Cedar B
1407
Sports Fandom
Tuesday, 3/22
Cedar B
2007
Fan Culture and Romance Joint Panel: Erotics Across
Disciplines
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Cedar B
2107
Fandom As Protest Space
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
2207
Fan Culture and Romance Joint Panel: Supernatural
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Cedar B
2407
Fans Make Meaning
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Cedar B
2507
Discipling Fandom
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Cedar B
3007
Fans Coming and Going
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Cedar B
3107
The Many Faces of Fan Fiction
9:45am
Thursday, 3/24
Cedar B
3207
Hands On Fandom
Thursday, 3/24
Cedar B
3307
Fan Culture and Theory Roundtable I: Shame, Gender, and
Social Capital - The Problems of Reading Fanfiction
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Cedar B
3407
Geek's Like Us - and Them
3:00pm
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
11:30am
67
Cedar B
Cedar B
3507
Sexuality and Safe Spaces
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
3607
Fan Culture and Theory Special Session: Fanfiction Caucus
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Cedar B
4007
Sherlocked
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Cedar B
4107
Fandom Goes Global
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Cedar B
4207
Fan Culture and Theory Roundtable II: Every Love Is Unique:
Fans, Producers, and Romance in Bryan Fuller's Hannibal
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Cedar B
4307
Feminist Geek Culture
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
4407
Still Other? Race and Gender in Fandom
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Cedar B
4507
Mishamigos, Destiel, and Chuck Shurley is God: Supernatural
and the Fandom that Will Not Die
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Cedar B
Cedar B
Cedar B
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design
(Hancock, McClendon, and Strubel)
1339
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design I:
Dress and Symbolism
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Virginia
1439
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design II:
Consumer Perspectives
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Virginia
1539
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design III:
Design, Branding and Business
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Virginia
1639
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design IV:
Fashion Promotion and Retailing
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Virginia
2139
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design V:
Consumerism
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Virginia
2239
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design VI:
Cultural Dress
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Virginia
2339
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design VII:
Dress and Representation
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Virginia
2439
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design VIII:
From Products to Publishing
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Virginia
2539
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design IX:
Dress and Signifying
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Virginia
2639
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design X:
Luxury
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Virginia
3239
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design XI:
Identity and Meaning
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Virginia
3339
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design XII:
Communication and Exhibition
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Virginia
3439
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design XIII:
Defiance and Subcultural Style
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Virginia
3539
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design XIV:
Style Tribes
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Virginia
4139
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design XV:
Body Image and Transformations
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Virginia
69
4239
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design XVI:
Gender and Sexuality
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Virginia
4339
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design XVII:
Costume History
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Virginia
4439
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design XVIII:
Celebrity Culture
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Virginia
4539
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Design XIX:
Media and Identity
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Virginia
Fat Studies (Owen and Jennings)
3406
Fat Activism
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Cedar A
3506
Fat Intersections
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Cedar A
3606
Fat Tales: Medical and Health Narratives
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Cedar A
3706
Fat, Literary Bodies
Thursday, 3/24
4106
Fattening the Academy and Reclaiming Devalued Bodies
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Cedar A
4206
ROUNDTABLE: Fat People of Louisville, Unite!
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Cedar A
4306
Visually Mediated Fatness
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
8:15pm
Cedar A
Cedar A
Festivals and Faires (Korol-Evans)
2329
Festivals and Faires
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
70
Medina
Film (Palumbo)
1216
Film II--Regional Cinemas: Bollywood, Yoon Je-kyoon, Jia
Zhangke, and Albanian cinema
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Grand Ballroom B
1316
Film III--Directors I: Cuckor, Minnelli, Hitchcock, & Auteur
Theory
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom B
1416
Film IV--Directors II: Kubrick, Anderson, Van Sant, and
Poppe
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom B
1516
Film V--Tim Burton: Essays on His Films--A Roundtable
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Grand Ballroom B
1616
Film VI--Science Fiction Films: The City, P. K. Dick, Her, &
The Martian
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Grand Ballroom B
1716
Documentary Films: David Gracon, The Cove, The Look of
Silence, & Female Docu-Fiction
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Grand Ballroom B
2116
Film VIII--Superheroes: Robocop, Captain America, &
Batman
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Grand Ballroom B
2216
Film IX--Forty Years of Jaws: A Roundtable Retrospective
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Grand Ballroom B
2316
Film X--American Mythmakers on Film and Television: Ford,
Disney, Burns, Lucas
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom B
2416
Film XI--Crime Films and Film Noir: Lady Scarface, The
Lavender Hill Mob, The Big Lebowski, & Nolan's Femme
Fatale
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom B
2516
Film XII--Women in Film I: Pre-Code Films, It's a Wonderful
Life, & Jennifer Lawrence
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Grand Ballroom B
71
3016
Film XIII--Women in Film II: Otherness, Gender Inequality,
and the Patriarchal Imaginary
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Grand Ballroom B
3116
Film XIV--Female Archetypes: the Final Girl & the Manic
Pixie Dream Girl
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Grand Ballroom B
3216
Film XV--Film Feminism: The Beach, Abortion, Film Covers,
& Mad Max: Glory Road
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Grand Ballroom B
3316
Film XVI--Gender in Daniel Craig's Bond Films: Casino
Royale, Skyfall, Spectre
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom B
3416
Film XVII--Marketing Movies: Trailers, War Room, The
Walk, The Lego Movie
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom B
4016
Film XIX--Film Theory:The Actor, the Director, the
Audience
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Grand Ballroom B
4116
Film XX--Cinematic Psychology: Ape Movies, The Shining,
Madness and Money, & Silver Linings Playbook
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Grand Ballroom B
4216
Film XXI--Cinematic Sociology & Action-Adventure Films:
Management, Privacy, 21st Century Villains, Jumping the
Shark
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Grand Ballroom B
4316
Film XXII--Almost Famous, Catfish, Les Miserables, &
Birdman
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom B
72
Film Adaptation (Moody)
3531
Film Adaptation: Session I
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Ravenna B
3631
Film Adaptation: Session II
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Ravenna B
Film and History (Miller)
1508
Film & History I: Teaching and Shaping Culture with Film
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Juniper
1608
Film & History II: The Politics of Representation
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Juniper
2408
Film & History III: Reconsidering Film and War
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Juniper
2508
Film & History IV: The Ins and Outs of Production
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Juniper
3129
Film & History V: Historical Representations
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Medina
3229
Film & History VI: Race, Gender, and Sex
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Medina
3329
Film & History VII: Reel Race
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Medina
Fitness, Exercise and Physical Culture (Cowen)
3429
Fitness Identities
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Medina
3529
Learning, Doing, and Being
4:45pm
Thursday, 3/24
Medina
Folklore (Edney)
2426
Folklore Session 1
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
73
Issaquah B
Food in Popular Culture (Taylor)
3532
Food, Race, and Power
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Ravenna C
3632
Food and Identity
Thursday, 3/24
Ravenna C
6:30pm
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
1205
Game Studies I - Rethinking Game Economies
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Aspen
1305
Game Studies II - Nostalgia and the Past
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Aspen
1405
Gaming Studies III - Gaming Communities
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Aspen
1505
Game Studies IV - Thinking Seriously about Games
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Aspen
1605
Game Studies V - Representation and Immersion in Games
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Aspen
1705
Game Studies VI - Analog Role-playing Games: Psychological,
Sociological, and Cultural Underpinnings
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Aspen
2105
Game Studies VII - Theorizing Game Studies
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Aspen
2205
Game Studies VIII - Understanding Game Narratives
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Aspen
2305
Game Studies IX - Health and Regulation in Games
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Aspen
2405
Game Studies X- Indie and Alternative Gaming
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Aspen
2505
Game Studies XI - Queer, Drag, and Gaming in the Margins
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Aspen
74
2705
Game Studies XII - Education and Gaming
Wednesday, 3/23
8:15pm
Aspen
3005
Game Studies XIII - Thinking Game Analysis
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Aspen
3105
Game Studies XIV - Analog Games: Table top and Board
Games
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Aspen
3205
Game Studies XV - Internal Impacts of Games
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Aspen
3305
Game Studies XVI - Going Online
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
3405
Game Studies XVII - Gendering Games
3:00pm
Aspen
Thursday, 3/24
3505
Game Studies XVIII - Conflict in Gaming
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Aspen
3605
Game Studies XIX - External Influences and Impacts
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Aspen
3705
Game Studies XX - Roundtable on Teaching, Ethics, and the
Future of Game Design: What are our Responsibilities?
Thursday, 3/24
8:15pm
Aspen
Aspen
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel)
1236
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies I: Coming Out, Visibility, and
Awareness
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Jefferson B
1336
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies II: It Gets Better -Sometimes
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Jefferson B
1436
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies III: Queer Aesthetics
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Jefferson B
1536
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies IV: Queer Capitalism
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Jefferson B
2136
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies V: Monsters, Noir, and
Comics
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Jefferson B
2236
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies VI: Texts and Subtexts
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Jefferson B
2336
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies VII: Poetry and Literature
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Jefferson B
2436
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies VIII: Caitlyn Jenner
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Jefferson B
3136
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies IX: Roundtable -Perspectives on Roland Emmerich's Film "Stonewall"
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Jefferson B
3236
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies X: Bodies
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Jefferson B
3436
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XI: More Bodies
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Jefferson B
4136
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XII: Queer Futurity &
Activism
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Jefferson B
4236
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XIII: Television & Film
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Jefferson B
4336
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XIV: Film
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Jefferson B
4436
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XV: Film, Theatre, &
Television
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Jefferson B
4536
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XVI: Marriage and its
Discontents
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Jefferson B
76
4636
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XVII: Screening -- "Animating
Animus: Dandy Sissies and Drag Divas as Archetypes in
Disney Villainy"
Friday, 3/25
6:30pm
Jefferson B
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
1218
Gender and Media Studies I: Gender Issues in Film
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Grand Ballroom D
1318
Gender and Media Studies II: Gender Issues in "Orphan
Black" and "Orange is the New Black"
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom D
1418
Gender and Media Studies III: Gender Issues in "Southpark",
"The X-Files", and "Hannibal"
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom D
1518
Gender and Media Studies IV: Gender Issues in Music
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Grand Ballroom D
1618
Gender and Media Studies V: Gender Issues in Television
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Grand Ballroom D
1718
Gender and Media Studies VI: Gender Issues in Politics and
Sports
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Grand Ballroom D
2317
Gender and Media Studies VII: Gender, Race and Animation
on Television
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom C
2417
Gender and Media Studies VIII: Gender Issues in Film and
Television
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom C
2517
Gender and Media Studies IX: Gender Issues in Reality
Television, News and "Jericho"
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Grand Ballroom C
2717
Gender and Media Studies X: Gender and Film
Wednesday, 3/23
8:15pm
Grand Ballroom C
77
4329
Gender and Media Studies XI: Exploring Websites, Blogs,
Social Media and Selfies
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Medina
4429
Gender and Media Studies XII: Mothers, Fathers and
Daughters in Film and Television
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Medina
4529
Gender and Media Studies XIII: Gender, Slasher Films and
Trans Feminine Identity
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Medina
4629
Gender and Media Studies XIV: Gender Issues in Grunge,
Film, Wonder Woman and Westerns
Friday, 3/25
6:30pm
Medina
Gender Studies (Peirce)
1217
Challenging Gender Stigmas and Movements
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Grand Ballroom C
1317
Depictions of Women in Popular Narratives
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom C
1417
Gender in American Popular Culture 1960s-1980s
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom C
1517
Gender Roles from theTwentieth Century
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Grand Ballroom C
1617
Gender Transgressions and Transgressors
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Grand Ballroom C
1717
Gendered Spaces and Places
8:15pm
Tuesday, 3/22
Grand Ballroom C
2017
Intersectionality and Identities
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Grand Ballroom C
2117
Selves: Sufficient, Sustainable Images
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Grand Ballroom C
2217
Toxic Masculinities
Wednesday, 3/23
Grand Ballroom C
11:30am
78
Genealogy -2015 Special Topic (Drushel)
1213
Genealogy I: Film Screening
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Willow A
1413
Genealogy II
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Willow A
1513
Genealogy III
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Willow A
1613
Genealogy IV
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Willow A
Generation X (Rahm)
3028
GEN-X: Stage, Sonnets, and Songs
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
3128
Generation X Round Table Discussion
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Leschi
3228
Generation X Realities in Literature: Redefining
Institutions and the Odyssey of the Apathetic
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Leschi
Leschi
German Literature and Culture (Desmarais)
3328
Aesthetics in German Culture: Responses to Terror and
Hollywood Takes
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Leschi
Gothic in Literature, Film, and Culture (Palmer III)
4027
Gothic I: British Gothic
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Kirkland
4127
Gothic II: Gothic Gender
9:45am
Friday, 3/25
Kirkland
4227
Gothic III: New American Gothic
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Kirkland
79
4327
Gothic IV:Nineteenth Century America
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Kirkland
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino, Sederholm,
Woofter)
1645
Consumption, Transhumanism
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
1745
Welcome to Our Nightmare: Tuesday Night Film Screening:
ZOMBEAVERS (2015)
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Cirrus Ballroom
2045
Welcome to Our Nightmare … Hangover: ZOMBEAVERS
(2015)
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Cirrus Ballroom
2145
Existential Horror: IT FOLLOWS and THE RETURNED
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Cirrus Ballroom
2345
Historical Readings of Horror
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Cirrus Ballroom
2445
Horror and Alterity
Wednesday, 3/23
Cirrus Ballroom
2545
Feminist Horror and Hybrid Vampires
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Cirrus Ballroom
2745
Forgotten Films from the Vault of Horror: A Horror Area
Screening and Discussion of THE STRANGLER OF THE
SWAMP (1946)
Wednesday, 3/23
8:15pm
Cirrus Ballroom
3545
Literary Horror: Poe, Lovecraft, Ligotti, Grimm
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Cirrus Ballroom
3645
Queer Horror
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Cirrus Ballroom
4045
Recent and Postmodern Horror
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Cirrus Ballroom
3:00pm
80
Cirrus Ballroom
4145
Sensation and Spectacle
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
4245
Wes Craven—Reappraising a Horror Icon
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Cirrus Ballroom
4345
Zombie Discourse
Friday, 3/25
4445
“Eyes in Every Direction. They’re Coming for Us!”: (FEAR)
THE WALKING DEAD and the Gothic Gaze
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Cirrus Ballroom
1:15pm
Cirrus Ballroom
Cirrus Ballroom
Indian Culture, Art and Media (Menon)
1533
Indian Cinema/Bollywood Culture and Indianness
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Boren
1633
Myraid Aesthetics and Political Dimensions of Indian Art &
Cinema
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Boren
1733
Film Screening -- The Dirty picture --Is the Heroine Truly
the Hero of the Film
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Boren
Internet Culture (Helb and Ray)
3035
International Social Media
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Jefferson A
3135
Celebrity Scandal
Thursday, 3/24
Jefferson A
3235
Gender, Race, & Social Media
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
3335
Media Audiences & Distribution in the Digital Sphere
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Jefferson A
3435
Digital Public Spaces
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
3:00pm
81
Jefferson A
Jefferson A
3535
Death & Digital Narrative
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Jefferson A
Journalism and Media Culture (Von Schilling)
3424
Journalism and Media Culture I
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Greenwood
3524
Journalism and Media Culture II
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Greenwood
3624
Journalism and Media Culture III
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Greenwood
Language Attitudes and Popular Linguistics (Mitchell)
1202
Language Attitudes and Popular Linguistics I: Language,
Words and Meanings
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Diamond A
1302
Language Attitudes and Popular Linguistics II: Language,
Digital and Social Media
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Diamond A
1402
Language Attitudes and Popular Linguistics III: Language,
Society and Education
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Diamond A
1502
Language Attitudes and Popular Linguistics IV: Language,
Irony and Discrimination
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Diamond A
Latin American Film and Media (Fitch)
2033
Latin American Film and Media I
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Boren
2133
Latin American Film and Media II
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Boren
2233
Latin American Film and Media III
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Boren
82
Latin American Literature and Culture (Montilla)
3133
Music, Comics, and Religious Iconography in Mexican
Popular Culture
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Boren
3233
Visiones del pasado y el futuro en la narrativa
hispanoamericana contemporánea: máquinas y distopías
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Boren
Latin Americans and Latinos: Identity Issues and
Cultural Stereotypes (Rosales)
4137
Latin Americans and Latinos - Identity Issues and Cultural
Stereotypes I: Performance, Subjectivity and Chicano/a
Cultural Production
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Seneca
4237
Latin Americans and Latinos - Identity Issues and Cultural
Stereotypes II: Reworkings of Gender, Memory and
Performance in U.S. Latino/a Narrative
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Seneca
4337
Latin Americans and Latinos - Identity Issues and Cultural
Stereotypes III: Latin/o Identities in Action - Contemporary
Discourses and Representations
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Seneca
4437
Latin Americans and Latinos - Identity Issues and Cultural
Stereotypes IV: Latino/a Representations in Popular Culture
- Ideology, Consumerism and Stereotyping
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Seneca
Law and Popular Culture (Harker)
4438
Fact or Fiction? Popular Culture Depictions/Perceptions of
and in the American Legal System
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
University
4538
Google and the First Amendment; Disability Equal
Opportunity; and Stories about Law School
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
University
83
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Research
(Ellis)
3009
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Research I:
"Nontraditional Resources": Collection & Access
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Madrona
3109
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Research II:
Collection Challenges
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Madrona
3209
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Research III: The
Library as Research Resource: Inroads and Barriers
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Madrona
3309
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Research IV:
Libraries & Librarians in Popular Culture: Image &
Perception
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Madrona
3409
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Research V:
Establishing Relevance and Awareness through Innovation
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Madrona
3509
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Research VI:
Portrait Miniatures, Roses, and Fried Chicken
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Madrona
Literature and Madness (Pottle)
3029
Literature and Madness
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Medina
Literature and Science (Roberts)
3537
Neurology, Biotech and Literature
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
3637
Genes, Epigenetics and Genealogy in Literature
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Seneca
84
Seneca
Literature, Politics, & Society (Moore)
1636
Boundaries and Genres: Butler, Collins and Faust
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Jefferson B
1736
Diversity of Disbeliefs: World Literature
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Jefferson B
2334
International Questions of Political Literature
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Columbia
2434
New Politics of Race in Contemporary Literature
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Columbia
2534
Realism, Concealment, and Disgust: The Literature of
Exposure
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Columbia
2634
Thomas King's On the Back of the Turtle
Wednesday, 3/23
8:15pm
Columbia
Material Culture (Nickisher)
4005
Material Culture I: Objects in Context
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Aspen
4105
Material Culture II: Architecture as Artifact
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Aspen
4205
Material Culture III: About Place
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
4305
Material Culture IV: Alternative Material Object Discourses
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Aspen
4405
Material Culture V: Human-Centered Interactions
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Aspen
85
Aspen
Medical Humanities: Health and Disease in Culture
(Farkas)
1434
Constructing and Consoling: Narrating the Illness Experience
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Columbia
1634
The Discourses of Health in Contemporary Popular Culture
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Columbia
1734
The Public's Health: Intersections of Control, Education, and
Culture in American Healthcare
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Columbia
Medievalism in Popular Culture (Francis)
2027
Arthurian Medievalism
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Kirkland
2127
Games, Gaming, and Medievalism
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Kirkland
2227
Masculinity in George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Kirkland
2327
Novel Medievalism
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Kirkland
2427
Teaching and Medievalism
3:00pm
Wednesday, 3/23
Kirkland
Memory and Representation (Cochran)
3514
Memory and Representation I: The Future of History
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Willow A
3614
Memory and Representation II: Text and Identity
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Willow A
4014
Memory and Representation III: Cinematic Pasts
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Willow B
4114
Memory and Representation IV: The Digital Age
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Willow B
86
4214
Memory and Representation V: Writing and Visual Culture
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Willow B
4414
Memory and Representation VI: Reliving the Past
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Willow B
4514
Memory and Representation VII: Media and Television
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Willow B
4614
Memory and Representation VIII: From Past to Present
Friday, 3/25
6:30pm
Willow B
Men and Men's Studies (Heep)
2335
American Masculinity and what we have not seen on tv yet
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Jefferson A
2435
Anti-hero and other forms of Masculinity
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Jefferson A
2535
diversity and masculinity
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Jefferson A
Mental Health and Mental Illness in Popular Culture
(Greene)
1214
Cinema and TV through Lacan and Foucault
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Willow B
1314
Madness: Rhetoric, Image, Suicide
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
1414
Trauma, Complex and Symbol in Cinema and TV
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Willow B
1514
Treating and Identifying Mental Illness
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Willow B
1614
TV and Mental Illness
Tuesday, 3/22
Willow B
6:30pm
87
Willow B
Motherhood/Fatherhood and Popular Culture
(Podnieks)
1319
Maternity, Reproduction, and the Body I
Ballard
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
2006
Constructions of Unconventional Motherhood and
Fatherhood in Movies and Print Media in Asia
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Cedar A
2106
Fathers in Film, Television, and Art
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
2206
Maternity Online: Blogs, Bodies, and Backlashes
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Cedar A
2406
Maternity, Reproduction, and the Body II
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Cedar A
2506
Mothers in Image and Text
4:45pm
Wednesday, 3/23
Cedar A
3106
Representations of Mothers in Film
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Cedar A
3206
Representations of Parenthood on Television
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Cedar A
3306
Working Mothers and Mother Work in Literature and
Television
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Cedar A
Cedar A
Music (Kitts)
1220
Music 1: Music, Film, and Other Visuals
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Capitol Hill
1320
Music 2: U2 and the Beatles
1:15pm
Tuesday, 3/22
Capitol Hill
1420
Music 3: Individual Voices
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Capitol Hill
88
1520
Music 4: Women's Voices
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Capitol Hill
1620
Music 5: Women and Hip Hop
6:30pm
Tuesday, 3/22
Capitol Hill
1720
Music 6: Music, Sound, and Race
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Capitol Hill
2020
Music 7: Antiestablishment Voices
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Capitol Hill
2120
Music 8: Folk and Early Rock and Roll
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Capitol Hill
2220
Music 9: Music and Religion
11:30am
Wednesday, 3/23
Capitol Hill
2320
Music 10: Jazz and Theory
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Capitol Hill
2420
Music 11: Vinyl, Social Media, and Streaming
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Capitol Hill
2520
Music 12: Rock Music and Comedy 1
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
3120
Music 13: Rock Music and Comedy #2
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Capitol Hill
3220
Music 14: Special Session--A Screening: It's Gonna Blow!!!
San Diego's Music Underground 1986-1996
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Capitol Hill
3320
Music 15: Rock Music and Comedy #4
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Capitol Hill
3420
Music 16: Protest Music
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
4020
Music 17: Revisiting HIStory: New Perspectives on Michael
Jackson’s Most Controversial Album
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Capitol Hill
89
Capitol Hill
Capitol Hill
4120
Music 18: World Music
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Capitol Hill
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell and Nyabuti)
1630
Heroes, Anti-Heroes, and the Hard Boiled
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Ravenna A
2036
Establishing and Subverting Mystery Techniques
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Jefferson B
2537
Psychology, Suspense, and Roles
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Seneca
2737
Retelling Holmes: Laurie R. King
Wednesday, 3/23
8:15pm
Seneca
3014
Sherlock Holmes and the Mysteriously Adaptable Victorian
Image
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Willow B
3114
Law, Order, and Trauma
9:45am
Thursday, 3/24
Willow B
3428
Author-Audience Dynamics
3:00pm
Thursday, 3/24
Leschi
3619
Gender Identity
Thursday, 3/24
Ballard
4013
The Domestic Space in Detective Fiction
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Willow A
4113
American Identity in Detective Fiction
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Willow A
4213
Cozy Noir: Aspects of Louise Penny
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Willow A
4413
Film and the Detective
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Willow A
6:30pm
90
Mythology in Contemporary Culture (Rittenhouse)
1044
Contemporary Mythopoesis
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Diamond B
1046
Imaginal Journeys to Liminal Spaces
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Diamond B
1203
Another Look at Feminine Archetypes
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Diamond B
1303
Contemporary Archetypes and Stereotypes
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Diamond B
2014
Mythic Themes in Film and Television
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
2016
Mythological Recycling: Ancient to Modern
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Diamond B
2018
Myths of Dismembering and Rescue
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Diamond B
2020
Re-Storying the Movies
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Diamond B
Diamond B
New/Special Topics in Popular Culture (Drushel)
1625
Presenting the Midwest I
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Issaquah A
1725
Presenting the Midwest II
8:15pm
Tuesday, 3/22
Issaquah A
Non-Fiction Writing (Jones)
3538
Creative Non-Fiction
Thursday, 3/24
3638
Non-Fiction Writing: Substance and Style
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
University
4:45pm
91
University
Philosophy and Popular Culture (Okapal and Decker)
3017
Aesthetics and More
Thursday, 3/24
3117
Heroes and Villains and Greek Drama
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Grand Ballroom C
3217
Mother and Father in Sci-Fi and Fantasy
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Grand Ballroom C
3317
Philosophy and Film
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom C
3417
Philosophy and Television
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom C
4017
Q Methodology and the Study of Popular Culture
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Grand Ballroom C
4117
Star Trek I: Flourishing in a Secular World
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Grand Ballroom C
4217
Star Trek II: Various -isms (and Star Wars)
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Grand Ballroom C
4317
Technology and Time
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Grand Ballroom C
4417
Video Games and Pedagogy
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Grand Ballroom C
8:00am
Grand Ballroom C
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry (Manning)
2128
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry I - Observing Phantom
Dust: Poetry of Memory
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Leschi
2228
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry II - Zoonotic Culture:
Poetry of Gender, Humor, & Place
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Leschi
92
2328
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry III - The Invisible Man
Googles Coming-of-Age Earthquake Films: Poetry of Popular
Culture
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Leschi
2428
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry IV - Photography, Painting,
& Warrior Rabbits: Ekphrastic Poetry
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Leschi
2528
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry V - Proust Interrupts
Grimm Tales: Serial Poetry & Literary Response
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Leschi
3013
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry VI - Bestiaries, Flowers, &
Geology: Poems of the Natural World
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Willow A
3113
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry VII - Lilly Ledbetter,
Peppermint Patty, & Dorothy Gale (Oh My!): Women in
Popular Culture
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Willow A
3213
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry VIII - Jesus Loses the Last
Gun: Poetry of Reinvention & Critique
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Willow A
4220
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry IX - Waking in the Grass
to Awful Sweet Voices: Poems of Nostalgia, Surrealism, &
Horror
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Capitol Hill
4320
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry X - Planes, PowerPoint, &
Pleasure: Poetry as Work & Play
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Capitol Hill
4420
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry XI - Blood, Bombs, Boxing,
& Burial: Embodied Poetry
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Capitol Hill
4520
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry XII - How Words Rupture
& Rain: Poems of Longing & Limitation
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Capitol Hill
93
Politics Portrayed in Electronic Print and Media
(Hassencahl)
3426
Go for the Hot Buttons in Political Campaigns
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Issaquah B
3526
Media's Framing of Political Events and Issues
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Issaquah B
Popular Art, Architecture, and Design (Streb)
3325
(Re)Designing Architecture
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Issaquah A
3425
Cities and Suburbia
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Issaquah A
3525
Race, Gender, and Technology
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Issaquah A
Popular History in American Culture (Stevens)
4032
Popular History in Popular Culture
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Ravenna C
Professional Development (Hancock and McClain)
1219
Capturing the Zeitgeist: How Digital Tools Enhance—and
Limit—Popular Culture Pedagogies
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Ballard
1419
Reflections on Assessment and Pedagogy
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Ballard
1519
Teaching Popular Culture Across the Disciplines
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Ballard
2039
Publishing Opportunities in Popular Culture and American
Culture Studies
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Virginia
2527
Best Practices in the Popular Culture Classroom
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Kirkland
94
4029
Reviewing for Journals
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
4129
Publishing on Digital Culture: Presenting Computers in
Human Behavior
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Medina
4229
Non-Academic Career Options for Popular Culture Scholars
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Medina
Medina
Protest Issues and Actions (Larsen)
2403
Protest Issues and Actions I
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Diamond B
Pulp Studies (Everett and Shanks)
4009
Pulp Studies I - The Pulp Hero
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
4109
Pulp Studies II - Weird Worlds and Weird Words
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Madrona
4209
Pulp Studies III - Two-Gun Bob - Robert E. Howard
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Madrona
Madrona
Punk Culture (Cecil)
2130
PunkAdemics
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Ravenna A
2230
Punk Diaspora
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Ravenna A
2330
Punk Influence
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Ravenna A
3520
Punk Methodologies, Pedagogies & Practice
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Capitol Hill
3620
State of Punk Un-Conference
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
95
Capitol Hill
Radio and Audio Media (Chorba)
3103
Radio 1 - Radio History: 1920s Radio, Radio Noir, & Lights
Out
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Diamond B
3203
Radio 2 - Music Radio: Hip Hop in the Digital Age, Women
in Country Music, The DJ Era & Bob Dylan
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Diamond B
3303
Radio 3 - NPR’s Many Voices, Innovations in Radio’s Future,
& Re-creating Histories of Small Towns via Radio Drama
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Diamond B
4003
Radio 4 - International Radio: The South Pacific, VOA’s
Deewa Radio & Carnatic Music of Indian,
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Diamond B
4103
Radio 5 - Audio Media My Kids listen to, Crime Story
Podcast Goes Global, Podcast Looks at Phobias & Ottley African American Journalist
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Diamond B
4203
Radio 6 Open Forum - An Open Forum: The Future of
Radio & Multi Platforms Audio - Featuring Keynote Speaker
Valerie Geller, International Media Consultant
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Diamond B
Religion and Culture (Detrixhe)
4008
Appropriations of Popular Culture
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Juniper
4108
Comics and/as Religion
9:45am
Friday, 3/25
Juniper
4208
Developments in Contemporary Religion
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Juniper
4308
Popular "Religious" Discourse
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
96
Juniper
4408
Popular Music and Religion
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Juniper
4508
Religion and Public Debate
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Juniper
4608
Religion and Religious Symbolism in Popular Culture
Friday, 3/25
6:30pm
Juniper
Rhetoric, Composition, and Popular Culture (Burg)
1235
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular Culture I - Contexts,
Models, Directions
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Jefferson A
1335
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular Culture II Interventions, Interrogations, Appropriations
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Jefferson A
1435
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular Culture III – Ethos &
Identities
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Jefferson A
1535
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular Culture IV – Marvelous
& Magical Rhetorics
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Jefferson A
1635
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular Culture V – Teaching
First Year Writing
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Jefferson A
2035
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular Culture VI – Digital
Composition
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Jefferson A
2135
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular Culture VII – Feminist
Lenses
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Jefferson A
2235
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular Culture VIII – Mediums
& Messages
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Jefferson A
97
Romance (Selinger)
1211
Romance 1: Readers, Authors, and Real-Life Lovers
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Redwood B
1311
Romance 2: Romantic Masculinities
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
1411
Romance 3: American Romance, Then and Now
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Redwood B
1511
Romance 4: Diversity in Historical Romance: a Conversation
with Rose Lerner, L. A. Witt, and Koko Brown (Special
Session):
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Redwood B
1611
Romance 5: Tropes, Traditions, and Transformations
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Redwood B
1711
Romance 6: Love / Stories: Narrative Structures, Romance
Aesthetics, and "Questing"
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Redwood B
2111
Romance 7: States of the Art in Romance Scholarship
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Redwood B
2711
Romance Special Session: A Screening of Love Between the
Covers
Wednesday, 3/23
8:15pm
Redwood B
Redwood B
Science & Popular Culture (Gil and Lott)
1226
Citizen Science and Science for Citizens
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Issaquah B
1326
Science and Culture
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Issaquah B
1426
Science and Public Debates
3:00pm
Tuesday, 3/22
Issaquah B
2225
Science and Society
Wednesday, 3/23
Issaquah A
11:30am
98
2325
Science and Television
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Issaquah A
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and Ginn)
1210
(Mis)Reading Patrick Rothfuss
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Redwood A
1310
(Re)Visions of the Apocalypse I
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Redwood A
1410
50th Anniversary Celebration: Star Trek I
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Redwood A
1429
(Re)Visions of the Apocalypse II: Mad Max
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Medina
1510
All the Great "ISMS" at Once
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
1610
Celebrating the Forbearers of Modern SFF
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Redwood A
1710
Explorations of the Whoniverse
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
2010
Exploring the Past, the Present, and the Future
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Redwood A
2110
Heroes
Wednesday, 3/23
2210
Romance/Science Fiction Fantasy Special Session 1
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Redwood A
2310
Romance/Science Fiction Fantasy Special Session 2
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Redwood A
2410
Romance/Science Fiction Fantasy Special Session 3
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Redwood A
2510
Romance/Science Fiction Fantasy Special Session 4
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Redwood A
9:45am
99
Redwood A
Redwood A
Redwood A
3010
Disturbing Visions in SFF I: Rape Culture
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Redwood A
3110
Disturbing Visions in SFF II: Rape Culture Roundtable
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Redwood A
3210
Lessons to be Learned
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
3310
Music of the Spheres: Telling Stories in 360 Degrees Screening
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Redwood A
3410
50th Anniversary Celebration: Star Trek II
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Redwood A
3610
Movie Night
Thursday, 3/24
8:15pm
Redwood A
4010
Navigating the Buffyverse
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Redwood A
4110
Post-Humanity or Post-Human?
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Redwood A
4210
Representations of the "Other"
11:30am
Friday, 3/25
Redwood A
4310
Potpourri
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Redwood A
4410
SFF Treatments of Gender
3:00pm
Friday, 3/25
Redwood A
4510
Writing and Publishing SFF
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Redwood A
Redwood A
Sea Literature, History, and Culture (Curley)
4325
I: (Re)creation
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
100
Issaquah A
4425
II: Texts and Contexts
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Issaquah A
Shakespeare on Film and Television (Vela)
4011
Shakespeare on Film and Television I
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Redwood B
4111
Shakespeare on Film and Television II
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Redwood B
Soap Opera and Serialized Storytelling (Irwin)
2726
Soap Opera and Serialized Storytelling I: Serialized
Narratives Across Genres and Platforms
Wednesday, 3/23
8:15pm
Juniper
3337
Soap Opera and Serialized Storytelling II: Roundtable - The
State of Serialized Storytelling: Updates and Forecasts
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Seneca
Sports (Price and Kiuchi)
1231
Sports 1: Media
Tuesday, 3/22
1331
Sports 2: International Arena
1:15pm
Tuesday, 3/22
Ravenna B
1431
Sports 3: Soccer
Tuesday, 3/22
Ravenna B
1531
Sports 4: Discontinuance of the Sports Studies Program at
Ithaca
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Ravenna B
Sports 5: Formation of the Institute of Baseball Studies at
Whittier
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
Ravenna B
Sports 6: (Auto)biographies and athletic bodies
Tuesday, 3/22
8:15pm
Ravenna B
1631
1731
2309
11:30am
3:00pm
Sports 7: Sports controversies
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
101
Ravenna B
Madrona
2409
Sports 8: Wrestling
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Madrona
Stephen King (McAleer and Simpson)
2009
Stephen King I: Exploring King's Canon
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Madrona
2109
Stephen King II: Reading, Writing, and Critiquing King
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Madrona
2209
Stephen King III: King's Violent Gothic
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Madrona
Tarot & Other Methods of Divination (Auger)
1230
Contemporary Practices: Body, Mind, Spirit
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Ravenna A
1330
Religion, Philosophy, and Symbolism
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Ravenna A
1430
The Divination Review
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
Ravenna A
1530
Tarology the Poetics of Tarot
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Ravenna A
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
1134
Building Character(s)
Tuesday, 3/22
9:45am
Columbia
1234
Issues of Race
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Columbia
1334
TV Monsters: Hannibal
1:15pm
Tuesday, 3/22
Columbia
2028
TV Identities
Wednesday, 3/23
Leschi
8:00am
102
2509
Reality TV
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Madrona
2709
Sex on TV!
Wednesday, 3/23
8:15pm
Madrona
3211
Critiques of Popular Animated Series
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Redwood B
3311
Complex Narratives
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Redwood B
3411
It's Not TV; It's HBO
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Redwood B
3511
Children’s and Teen Television
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Redwood B
3611
Television and Religion: Spaces and Texts
Thursday, 3/24
6:30pm
Redwood B
3711
Television Settings
Thursday, 3/24
4119
The Women of Drama
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Ballard
4219
The Women of Comedy
11:30am
Friday, 3/25
Ballard
4311
Leadership and Hegemony on TV
1:15pm
Friday, 3/25
Redwood B
4416
Watching Television
Friday, 3/25
Grand Ballroom B
4511
Monsters: Myths, Nature, and Violence
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Redwood B
4516
TV and Class
Friday, 3/25
8:15pm
3:00pm
8:00am
103
Redwood B
Ballard
The Sixties (Carmichael)
4128
Competing Identities
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Leschi
4228
The Music Business
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Leschi
4328
Resistance and the Avant-Garde
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Leschi
Theatre and Drama (Wiggins)
2037
Theatre & Drama I: Mythic and Modern
Wednesday, 3/23
8:00am
Seneca
2137
Theatre & Drama II History and Tradition
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Seneca
2237
Theatre & Drama III Wrestling as Theatre
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Seneca
2337
Theatre & Drama IV: An Interactive Workshop
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Seneca
3136
Theatre & Drama V Theatre and Social Change
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Jefferson B
3536
Theatre & Drama VI Engagement & Art
Thursday, 3/24
4:45pm
Seneca
Tolkien Studies (Reid)
3038
Tolkien Studies I: Reception The World Hobbit Project
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
University
3138
Tolkien Studies II: Pedagogy. Teaching Tolkien's Middle-earth
in the 21st Century Roundtable
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
University
3238
Tolkien Studies III: Reception. Fans, Translations, and
Connections
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
University
104
3338
Tolkien Studies IV: Adaptation Film Studies
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
University
3438
Tolkien Studies V: Historical Approaches
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
University
4138
Tolkien Studies VI: Scholarship. Editors' Roundtable
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
University
4238
Tolkien Studies VII: The Silmarillion
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
4338
Tolkien Studies VIII: Interdisciplinary Approaches
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
University
University
Travel and Tourism (Lenz)
1238
Travel I
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
University
1338
Travel II
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
University
1438
Travel III
Tuesday, 3/22
3:00pm
University
1538
Travel IV
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
University
1638
Travel V
Tuesday, 3/22
6:30pm
University
Undergraduate Sessions (Rubinfeld and Nordmeyer)
3132
Undergraduate Sessions I: Identity, Illusion, and Otherness in
Popular Culture
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Ravenna C
3232
Undergraduate Sessions II: Cultural Constructions,
Expressions, and Perceptions
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Ravenna C
105
3332
Undergraduate Sessions III: Media and Multimedia Heroes
and Anti-heroes
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Ravenna C
3432
Undergraduate Sessions IV: Sex, Gender, Class, and
Revolution
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Ravenna C
4132
Undergraduate Sessions V: Challenging Borders and
Exploring Identities
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Ravenna C
4232
Undergraduate Sessions VI: Social Media, Visual Culture, and
Body Art
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Ravenna C
4332
Undergraduate Sessions VII: Traversing Diversity: Education,
Race, and Nationality
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Ravenna C
4432
Undergraduate Sessions VIII: Gender, Popular Culture, and
Cats
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Ravenna C
4532
Undergraduate Sessions IX: Tropes and Transgressions in
Literature, Film, Television, and Music
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Ravenna C
Urban Studies (Lightweis-Goff)
2530
Urban Studies I: Urban Representation
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Ravenna A
3437
Urban Studies II: Urban Risk
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
106
Seneca
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film (Findley and
Simpson)
1245
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film I: Vampire Bytes
Tuesday, 3/22
11:30am
Cirrus Ballroom
1345
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film II: Film Screening:
Interview with the Vampire
Tuesday, 3/22
1:15pm
Cirrus Ballroom
1545
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film III: The Vampire on
the Couch
Tuesday, 3/22
4:45pm
Cirrus Ballroom
3145
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film V: The Cruelty of
Innocence
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Cirrus Ballroom
3445
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film VIII: The Television
Vampire
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Cirrus Ballroom
3045
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film IV: Roundtable on
The Originals: Blood Ties That Bind
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Cirrus Ballroom
3245
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film VI: Roundtable:
What Is the Future of Vampire Studies?
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Cirrus Ballroom
3345
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film VII: Roundtable: The
Originals: Who Do You Love?
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Cirrus Ballroom
Vehicle Culture (McGoun)
2424
The Driven
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Greenwood
2524
The Drivers
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Greenwood
107
Virtual Identities and Self-Promoting (Consilio)
4026
Identity in Online Communities
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
Issaquah B
4126
Identity in Social Networks
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Issaquah B
4326
Online Identity and Presentation
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Issaquah B
4426
Virtual Identity and the Self
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Issaquah B
War After 1945: Literature, History, Culture, and the
Arts (Prescott)
2224
Through War Toward Peace
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
2324
War in the Middle East and Modern Insurgencies
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Greenwood
Greenwood
Westerns and the West (Lewis)
3724
Western Film Screening
Thursday, 3/24
8:15pm
4124
Westerns and the West I: The Shifting Appeal of the West
and Westerns
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Greenwood
4224
Westerns and the West II: Shifting Values in Westerns
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Greenwood
4324
Westerns and the West III: Shifting Attitudes Towards
Mexicans and Indians
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Greenwood
4424
Westerns and the West IV: Justified: A Roundtable
Discussion
Friday, 3/25
3:00pm
Greenwood
108
Greenwood
Women's Studies (Kent)
2131
"Women Who Rock" Archivista Praxis, Feminist
Storytending, and Chicana Radio Rasquachismo, and
Decolonial Archive Building for a Digital Era"
Wednesday, 3/23
9:45am
Ravenna B
2231
Creating Feminist Spaces in Old and New Media
Wednesday, 3/23
11:30am
Ravenna B
2331
Female Subjectivity and Embodiment in Contemporary Film
and Magazine Cultures
Wednesday, 3/23
1:15pm
Ravenna B
2431
Femininity, Motherhood, and Fashion in Popular Culture
Wednesday, 3/23
3:00pm
Ravenna B
2531
Feminism, Diversity, and Representation in Charmed,
Doctor Who, and Nikita
Wednesday, 3/23
4:45pm
Ravenna B
3031
Film Screening and Discussion: Feed the Green: Feminist
Voices for the Earth
Thursday, 3/24
8:00am
Ravenna B
3131
Gender and Power in 20th and 21st Century American
Literature
Thursday, 3/24
9:45am
Ravenna B
3231
Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary TV, Memoirs, and
Advertising
Thursday, 3/24
11:30am
Ravenna B
3331
Marriage and Sexuality on Being Mary Jane, Bridezillas, Parks
and Recreation, and Scandal
Thursday, 3/24
1:15pm
Ravenna B
3431
Netflix and Women: Explorations into Gender, Sexuality,
and the Body in Netflix-Only Content
Thursday, 3/24
3:00pm
Ravenna B
4131
Pop Culture and Resistance in the Soviet Union and Cuba
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Ravenna B
109
4231
Sex, Feminism, and Objectification in The Fall, The Good
Wife, and True Detective
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Ravenna B
4331
Sexuality and Gender in Comic Book and Art Cultures
Friday, 3/25
1:15pm
Ravenna
4531
Representation and Resistance in Women's Music and
Popular Film
Friday, 3/25
4:45pm
Ravenna B
4631
Women's Clubs and Suffrage in 20th Century Latin America,
Britain, and Europe
Friday, 3/25
6:30pm
Ravenna B
World's Fairs and Expositions (Dalton and Prasch)
4033
Looking back on Century 21, Seattle
Friday, 3/25
8:00am
4133
From Philadelphia to Milan: World's Fairs, 1876-2015
Friday, 3/25
9:45am
Boren
4233
San Francisco Dreaming, with a side trip to Chicago
Friday, 3/25
11:30am
Boren
110
Boren
Full Daily
Schedule
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 1
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
TUESDAY 9:45A
1115
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Comics and Comic Art: Theory and
Freim)
Terrence Wandtke What Difference Does a Line Make?
Greg Smith
Grand Ballroom A
Alternative Perspectives
Calvinball: Sport, Imagination and Meaning in Bill
John Cosgrove &
Watterson’s Calvin and Hobbes.
Jeff Segrave
DO Judge a Book by its Cover!: Understanding
Heri Albertorio
how Michael Chabon's The Amazing Adventures
of Kavalier and Clay Fits Within the Discourse of
Comics
1134
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Building Character(s)
Jeffrey Severs
Don't Be that Guy: Cult Classics' Influence on
John McHone
Columbia
Character Development in Streaming Media
“It will be all right; it’s a Hallmark town”:
Guy Cunningham
Nostalgia, romantic beliefs, and family
reconciliation in Hallmark Christmas Movies.
Breaking Bad and the Refusal of Therapy
Jeffrey Severs
TUESDAY 11:30A
1202
Language Attitudes and Popular
Language Attitudes and Popular
Linguistics (Mitchell)
Linguistics I: Language, Words and
James Mitchell
“Look up about”: Online Linguistic Innovation
Dawn Nordquist
Diamond A
The Relatable History of "Relatable"
Seth Katz
Mara Katz
Blackish Tackles the N Word Taboo
James Mitchell
The Changing Myth of Mary Magdalene
Cindy Caldwell
Diamond B
The Evolving Goddess; "Maiden, Mother, Regent,
Andrea Slominski
Diamond B
Meanings
1203
Mythology in Contemporary Culture
Another Look at Feminine Archetypes
Kate Rittenhouse
(Rittenhouse)
Crone."
Mother's Milk and Machetes
Rosalie Bouck
Mother Heroes: Saviors of the Known World
Elizabeth Fow
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 1
Panel #
1205
Topic Area (Area Chair) 2
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Session Title
Game Studies I - Rethinking Game
Session chair
Edmond Chang
Economies
Presentation title
Presenter
From PvE to PvD: Pitting Players against Game
Timothy Welsh
Room
Aspen
Developers in Free-to-Play Games
I Remember When This Was Free: The
Charlie Ecenbarger
Transition from Add-Ons to Downloadable
Content
Romance, Finance, and the Finer Things in Virtual
Adam Crowley
Life
Casual Play, Queer Games, Or Why I Should
Edmond Chang
Dump My Mini Gay Boyfriend
1206
Education, Teaching, History and
I. Popular Culture in College Composition Bridget Shingleton
Popular Culture in College Composition
Popular Culture (Janak)
Courses
Courses: Understanding Apocalypse (Panel)
Popular Culture in College Composition
Breann Bourelle
Cedar A
Stacie Covington
Courses: Using Harry Potter (Panel)
Popular Culture in College Composition
Bridget Shingleton
Courses: Understanding Evil (Panel)
1207
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Fan Studies: Multiple Perspectives
Sandra Falero
I’ll Make a Sex-Symbol Out of You: Sexualization
Megan Cannella
Cedar B
of Disney Princesses
Divergent in Literature: Why so many readers
Bonnie Strang
refuse to leave their factions
“Permanent Hiatus”: The Life and Death of
Sandra Falero
Television Without Pity
1208
Armed Conflict (Parry and
Vietnam and the Personal Cost of War
Nancy Eliot Parker Coming Back to Earth: The Post-World War I
McLaughlin)
David Vaughan
Juniper
Aviation Novels of Elliott Springs, Austin Parker,
and Ramon Guthrie
The Things He Left Behind
Nancy Eliot Parker
Vietnam Era War Comics and the Creation of
Ralph Brown
Popular Images of World War II
1209
American Indian Literatures and
American Indian Historical
Cultures (Bracewell and Sax)
Representations and Exclusions
Richard Sax
Falling Skies Fails American Indian History: An
Deborah Marinski
Madrona
Examination of the Historical Exclusions in a
Popular Television Series
Reframing Race: Project 562 and the
Rachel Presley
Contemporary Visualization of Native America
"Indigenizing the News" from Indian Country and
Martin Lang
Beyond
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 2
Panel #
1210
Topic Area (Area Chair) 3
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch
Session Title
(Mis)Reading Patrick Rothfuss
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Stan Hunter Kranc Soap Making, Metheglin, and Anachronism in
and Ginn)
Stan Hunter Kranc
Room
Redwood A
Patrick Rothfuss’s Kingkiller Chronicles
The Efficiency of Sympathy: Examining the
David Riebel
Physical Science Basis of Sympathetic Magic as
presented in Patrick Rothfuss' Kingkiller
Chronicles
Fantastic Remembering: cultural memory and the
Chris Whitehead
embedded narratives in Rothfuss’ The Kingkiller
Chronicles
Kinship, Incest, and Heredity in Contemporary
Anca Rosu
Fantasy Literature (George R.R. Martin, Robin
Hobb and Patrick Rothfuss)
1211
Romance (Selinger)
Romance 1: Readers, Authors, and Real-
Eric Selinger
Life Lovers
1213
Genealogy -2015 Special Topic
Genealogy I: Film Screening
Claire Watson
Redwood B
Popular Fiction Across Cultures
Julia Creet
(Drushel)
1214
"Novel" Representations of Female Sexuality in
Aspirational Labor in the Creative Industries:
Jen Lois
Becoming a “Real” Romance Writer
Joanna Gregson
Analyzing Dan Savage's "Monogamish" Claim
Shaun Miller
Need to Know: Ancestry and the Business of
Julia Creet
Willow A
Robert Sevenich
Willow B
Family
Mental Health and Mental Illness in
Cinema and TV through Lacan and
Popular Culture (Greene)
Foucault
Eric Greene
The Universe Goes Dark: Lars von Trier, HeteroDystopia, and Depression
“You Demand A New Master”: Hysteria,
William Welty
Melancholia, and Stupidity as Political Resistance
Is the Unconscious the Star of the Show?
Beth Ash
Psychoanalytic Cure and Critique in HBO Series
The Sopranos
1215
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Comics and Comic Art: Disability and
Freim)
State of Mind
Jose Alaniz
Are Mutants Deaf?: Social Disability in the X-Men
Courtney Bliss
Grand Ballroom A
comics
Omega the Unknown on the Spectrum
Jose Alaniz
Out the Window: Illustrating Cognitive Decline
Janis Breckenridge
from Alzheimer's in Paco Roca's Arrugas
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 3
Panel #
1216
Topic Area (Area Chair) 4
Film (Palumbo)
Session Title
Film I--Regional Cinemas: Bollywood,
Session chair
Aili Zheng
Yoon Je-kyoon, Jia Zhangke, and Albanian
Presentation title
Presenter
Performative and Pedagogic Effects of Bollywood
Semontee Mitra
Room
Grand Ballroom B
Films on South Asian Indian Americans
cinema
The Dubious Flashback: Evoking Nostalgia for
Juyeon Jang
Patriarchy in Yoon Je-kyoon's Ode to My Father
92014)
Retrieving Collective Memories: Jia Zhangke's
Aili Zheng
Docufiction
A Swamp of Memory: Elezi and Logoreci's Bota
Bruce Williams
(World) and the New Albanian Cinema.
1217
Gender Studies (Peirce)
Challenging Gender Stigmas and
Allison Vandenberg Motherhood in the City of the 12th Man
Karen Weisbard
Grand Ballroom C
Movements
Menstrual Meditations: Challenging the Menses
Melissa Stone
Stigma and Promoting Period Positivity through
Social Media
The Stop Slut Movement in Popular Culture
Carney Maley
Movement and the Miniskirt: A
Allison Vandenberg
Phenomenological Analysis
1218
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Gender and Media Studies I: Gender
Taylor Boulware
Issues in Film
Deriving Unheatlhy Romantic Expecations from
Ericka Findley
Grand Ballroom D
Pop Culture
The Flat and the Fridged
Teresa Mirll
“I Hope You Like What You See”: The Capitalist
Hyunjoo Yu
Logic of the Queer Closet in Hitchcock’s Rope
“‘Who Killed the World?’: Building a Feminist
Taylor Boulware
Utopia from the Ashes of Toxic Masculinity in
Mad Max: Fury Road”
1219
Professional Development (Hancock
Capturing the Zeitgeist: How Digital
and McClain)
Tools Enhance—and Limit—Popular
Todd Sodano
Jordan McClain
Culture Pedagogies
Enhance—and Limit—Popular Culture
Todd Sodano
Jordan McClain
Pedagogies”
Nedda Ahmed
“Capturing the Zeitgeist: How Digital Tools
Ballard
Mary Beth Ray
1220
Music (Kitts)
Music 1: Music, Film, and Other Visuals
Cheryl Bates
“All Along the Watchtower:” Music, Identity, and
Adrian Cook
Capitol Hill
Drama
"I hate the fuckin' Eagles!:" Popular Music in The
Jesse Ulmer
Big Lebowski
Transformation Under Cover: The Emotional
Cheryl Bates
Power of Pop Song Variation and Its ability to
Enhance Visual Interpretation
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 4
Panel #
1224
Topic Area (Area Chair) 5
Circuses and Circus Culture (Mascia)
Session Title
Circuses and Circus Culture I:
Session chair
Stacey Mascia
Presentation title
Presenter
Current Disability Awareness Platforms for
Challenging Social Constructs of
Bodies of Difference: Season Four of American
Entertainment in Sideshow and Circus
Horror Story Freak Show© and Oneofus
Performances
Cripfest©
Female Freaks: Sex, Science & Sideshow, An
Room
Stacey Mascia
Greenwood
Ilise Carter
Illustrated Lecture with Ilise S. Carter, The Lady
Aye
The Art of Stilt Walking: Two Perspectives
Pete Nelson
Jolly Happy Little Blimp Baby: The Pitch and The
Kate Browne
Autobiographical Pact in the Lives of Fat
Sideshow Performers
1225
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers I-
(Edgette)
Perceptions
Cornelia Paraskevas Pilgrimages to Cooperstown: James Fenimore
Francis Rexford Cooley
Issaquah A
Cooper, The Fenimore House, Baseball Hall of
Fame and a town defined by memorials to the
past.
Preserving Life: The Use of Photographs in the
Robin Hanson
American Midwest Cemetery
1226
Science & Popular Culture (Gil and
Citizen Science and Science for Citizens
Mircea Sava
Lott)
'Do you think you could dumb it down a notch?':
John Williams
Issaquah B
the lexical features of 'citizen science' discussion
Who screams when there's sound in space? Why
Jarrod Green
audiences discuss unrealistic science in fiction
Singing about the Big Bang and Schrödinger's Cat.
Mircea Sava
The Rhymes of Science in Hip Hop Music
1227
Biographies (Skarl)
Biographies I: Entertainment
Susie Skarl
An Entertaining Life of the Mind: L. G. Janes and
Christopher Versen
Kirkland
Popular Intellectual Life as Public Entertainment
in Victorian America
Re-Discovering Douglas Sirk
Andreas Stuhlmann
Lenny Bruce: What's the Big F*$*(*G Deal?
Susie Skarl
Elbert Hubbard's Little Journeys - the first 20th
Priscilla Finley
century travel blog
1229
Fairy Tales (Caleb, Holland-Toll and
Fairy Tales I: Once Upon a Time & Fairy
Nicks)
Tales that Alter
Abigail Morris
Classic Tales Altered: A Look at the
Caitlyn Thompson
Medina
​"Disneyfication" of Fairy Tales
Rethinking Mulan
Kristi Wiley
The Role of ABC's Once Upon A Time in
Abigail Morris
Redefining Gender Norms
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 5
Panel #
1230
Topic Area (Area Chair) 6
Session Title
Tarot & Other Methods of Divination
Contemporary Practices: Body, Mind,
(Auger)
Spirit
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Christine Parkhurst Palliative Care Applications for the Use of Petite
Katrina Wynne
Room
Ravenna A
Lenormand Cards with Hospice, Coma, and
Deep Trance-state Patients
Persona 4, Archetypal Living, and You
1231
Sports (Price and Kiuchi)
Sports 1: Media
Jon Bruning
Andrew Byrd-Smith
Discussant: Contemporary Practices
Christine Parkhurst
“The Voice of the Game”: The Players' Tribune
Whitney Sandin
Ravenna B
and New Media in the Sports World
Digital Promotion and Relegation: Social Media
Jon Bruning
and Global Soccer Fandom
Guilty by Assumption: The Effect of Twitter
Allison Levin
Reports on Professional Athletes
1233
Comedy and Humor (Snaith)
Comedy and New Media--NOW What?!!
Slade Lane
Search for the 'Real': Comedy, Convergence and
Aju James
Boren
Remix
What is the Memeing of this? Comedy in the Age
Matthew Turner
of the Internet
#SelfExperiment: Spurlock, Jacobs, and the
Slade Lane
Empathy Link between Audience and Amateur
The Divine Comedy: Improving and Improvising
Paromita Sengupta
Godliness on New Media
1234
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Issues of Race
Karen Gaffney
Interracial Couples in Television Dramas:
Katy Snell
Columbia
Heteronormative ideals, Stereotypes, and
Dialogue about Race
Kicking Butts and Taking Names: Sleepy Hollow,
Ronald Tyson
Minority Report, and the Black Female Supercop
Scandal in the Age of The New Jim Crow
Karen Gaffney
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 6
Panel #
1235
Topic Area (Area Chair) 7
Session Title
Rhetoric, Composition, and Popular
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular
Culture (Burg)
Culture I - Contexts, Models, Directions
Session chair
Craig Wynne
Presentation title
Presenter
Chuck Klosterman’s Essays as Models for
Room
Karla Knutson
Jefferson A
Student Writing
Definitions, Delineations, Directions: Toward a
Hunter Stephenson
Philosophy of Rhetoric and Composition
Mindfulness for Graduate Student Writing
Craig Wynne
Anxiety
Fostering Understanding in Popular Culture: The
William Platt
Necessitation for Rhetorical Education
1236
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies I: Coming Stacy Garrett
Coming Out in the 21st Century: Changing
(Drushel)
Out, Visibility, and Awareness
Models for Identity Formation
Bradley Wolfe
Biweek 2015: Time Wasted or Time Rewarded?
Stacy Garrett
Tom Garrett
Culture, context, & agency: An examination of
Erica Ciszek
Jefferson B
transnational LGBTQ activism
1237
American Literature (Taylor)
American Literature I: Colonial Era to the
Love and Hate in Edward Taylor’s Preparatory
Early Nineteenth Century
Meditations
Peter Parley in Tripoli: Africa in Early American
Michael Reed
Seneca
Jacob Crane
Children’s Literature
A Winter of New Ideas: Orestes Brownson's
James Dupey
Influence on Henry David Thoreau
1238
Travel and Tourism (Lenz)
Travel I
Jesse Gipko
Teaching Cultural Studies and Oral History
John Mitrano
Bruce Day
Inklings of Other Lands: Religious Tourism in
Nathan Fredrickson
“Off the Beaten Path”: The Use of Route 66 in
University
Eddings and Hobb
The Road: Cormac McCarthy and the Death of
Jesse Gipko
the American Road Narrative
1245
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film
Film (Findley and Simpson)
I: Vampire Bytes
Chelsea Graham
Bloodsucking Glory: Ideological Phenomena
Erica Denton
Cirrus Ballroom
Surrounding Vampires in Television
Defanged and Desirable: An Examination of
Chelsea Graham
Violence and the Lesbian Vampire Narrative
The Demon's Daemon, or Fear and Trembling in
Maureen-Claude LaPerrière
New Orleans
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 7
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 8
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
TUESDAY 1:15P
1302
Language Attitudes and Popular
Language Attitudes and Popular
Linguistics (Mitchell)
Linguistics II: Language, Digital and Social Cunningham
Jennifer
The Verbal Art of Tucao and Face-Threatening
Chi-hua Hsiao
Diamond A
Acts in Danmu Screening
Media
Parlez-vous Twitter?Language Play for Affiliation
Fanny Macé
in French microblogging
Consistency is Key: Comparing Digital African
Jennifer Cunningham
American Language Among Social Media
Messages and Text Messages
1303
Mythology in Contemporary Culture
Contemporary Archetypes and
(Rittenhouse)
Stereotypes
Kate Rittenhouse
Mythological Missteps: Archetypes, Stereotypes,
Sea Gabriel
Diamond B
and Injustice
The Everyday Ecstatic God-Man: Dionysos and
Devon Deimler
Dennis Hopper
All You Need is Myth: The Beatles and the Gods
Steve Wagner
of Rock
1305
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies II - Nostalgia and the Past
Samuel Tobin
Gaming the past: Examining 8-bit sports video
Cameron Basquiat
Aspen
games and the fans that won't let them die.
Delusion of Grandeur: Living the American
Amanda Ritter
Dream in The Game of Life
Super Mario Maker and User-Generated
1306
Nostalgic Re-creation
Ryan Lizardi
Ibrahim Yucel
Not Everyone Played in the Video Arcade
Samuel Tobin
Education, Teaching, History and
II: Popular Presentations of Education and Chad Timm
“Shakin dat bush, Boss:” Cool Hand Luke and the
Popular Culture (Janak)
Schooling
Imprisoned Teacher
Richard Hartsell
Sarah Hunt-Barron
Teachers as Terrorists: Extreme Scapegoating
Chad Becker
Cedar A
and the Assault on Unionism
Goodbye to High School: Gender, Idenity, and
the Transition from School to Life
Leah Faw
Daniel Perlstein
Making a third space for learning: Analyzing
Chad Timm
urban education in HBO's The Wire
1307
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Rap, Hip Hop and Fandom
Alexandra Harlig
“He sounds like…?!?”: An analysis of fan theories
Dale Anderson
Cedar B
about musical artists, Your Old Droog and
Goodbye Tomorrow.
Hip-Hop, Helicopters, and High View Counts:
Alexandra Harlig
YouTube Dance Videos as Both Fan Labor and
Professional Production
“On Most Nights I Perform Like Mike”: Sports
P Johnson
Fandom Through Rap
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 8
Panel #
1308
Topic Area (Area Chair) 9
Armed Conflict (Parry and
Session Title
World War II: Those Who Fought
Session chair
Amy Ratelle
McLaughlin)
Presentation title
Presenter
The Spanish Blue Division in WWII: Discourses
Room
Macarena Tejada
Juniper
of contemporaneity through Film and Testimony.
A Graphic Account: Representing Canada’s
Janis Goldie
Participation in World War II within ‘Canada at
War’
Sgt. Scruffy's Honour: The Dickin Medal and the
Amy Ratelle
World Wars
1309
American Indian Literatures and
American Indian Historiography &
Cultures (Bracewell and Sax)
Narrative Identities
Richard Sax
Preforming, Performing and Dis-covering
Neil Brooks
Madrona
Identities in Thomas King'gTruth and Bright
Water
Looking Beyond Paradise: Hawaiʻi’s History
Alana Faagai
through the Eyes of the Kānaka Maoli
Looking Back, Seeing Forward: Revisionist
Keira Anderson
Historiography as a Challenge to the Rhetoric of
Political Victimization for Native Peoples in the
United States
1310
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch
(Re)Visions of the Apocalypse I
Sabrina Weiss
and Ginn)
Defiance: Challenging Postapocalyptic and
Sabrina Weiss
Redwood A
Science Fiction Genre Expectations
Colson Whitehead’s Zone One, Zombie Plague,
Wylie Lenz
and the Boundaries of Utopia
Joe Haldeman's The Forever War as Anti-
Matthew Wilhelm Kapell
Frontier Narrative: Vietnam and the End of an
American Myth
Sleep No More: Why Does Invasion of the Body
Steven Crain
Snatchers Still Impact Audiences?
1311
Romance (Selinger)
Romance 2: Romantic Masculinities
Eric Selinger
Poldark As Anti-Antihero: Rebooting Romantic
Kyle Schlabach
Redwood B
Masculinity for an Age of Crisis
All Around Great Guys, Mostly: The Evolving
Margaret Selinger
Romantic Hero in Literary Webseries
Alpha, Beta, and the Ambiguous Omega: The
Veera Mäkelä
Diversity of Heroes
Constructing Black Masculinities in Romance
Julie Moody-Freeman
Fiction
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 9
Panel #
1314
Topic Area (Area Chair) 10
Mental Health and Mental Illness in
Session Title
Madness: Rhetoric, Image, Suicide
Session chair
Eric Greene
Popular Culture (Greene)
Presentation title
Presenter
The Reverberation of Mental Illness in Plath’s
Room
Thomas Frattaroli
Willow B
“Daddy”
A History of Madness: Call the Midwife and the
Emily Katseanes
Rhetoric of Mental illness
Tracing the Visual History of Asylums:
Alison Sagara Monaghan
Narrativized Asylum Photography as Pop Culture
Artifact
1315
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Comics and Comic Art: Power and the
Freim)
Other
Terrence Wandtke Political Power in The Walking Dead:Who Made
Nicole Freim
You the Boss?
Did I know you?: Constructing an Understanding
Victoria Arthur
Grand Ballroom A
Walter Lai
of the Unknown/Ambivalent Other in Graphic
Memoir
Unexpected Juxtapositions and Priceless
Alane Presswood
Fragments: “Femmage” and Graphic Narratives
Justin Foote
1316
Film (Palumbo)
Film II--Directors I: Cuckor, Minnelli,
Paul Tyndall
Hitchcock, & Auteur Theory
Identification and Distanciation in Alfred
Paul Tyndall
Grand Ballroom B
natalie wilson
Grand Ballroom C
Hitchcock's "The Birds": On the Use of
Continuity Editing to Problematize Viewer
Response to the Character of Melanie Daniels
1317
Gender Studies (Peirce)
Depictions of Women in Popular
Narratives
Alexandria Ayala
“Monstrous” Girls in Contemporary Zombie
Narratives
Amazons in America, From Oz to Paradise Island
Keira Williams
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 10
Panel #
1318
Topic Area (Area Chair) 11
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Session Title
Gender and Media Studies II: Gender
Session chair
ALPTUG OKTEN
Issues in "Orphan Black" and "Orange is
Presentation title
Presenter
"I Am Not Your Property": An Analysis of
Dani Howell
Room
Grand Ballroom D
Cultural and Biological Agency in Orphan Black
the New Black"
Transitioning the Trans Community: Using
Molly Taggart
Agenda Setting Theory to Move from Obscurity
to the Major Media Spotlight
Litchfield Penitentiary as a Zone of Sexual
Katerina Symes
Indistinction: Reading Orange Is the New Black
Through Agamben's State of Exception
Race, Gender, Class, Sexuality, and Criminality:
Shannon O'Sullivan
An Intersectional Analysis of Orange Is the New
Black
Biopolitical Gender Re-animation and Sci-Fi
ALPTUG OKTEN
Queering: Playing with the boundaries of “the
human” in Orphan Black
1319
Motherhood/Fatherhood and Popular
Maternity, Reproduction, and the Body I
Mark Collins
Culture (Podnieks)
The (Il)Logics of Black Motherhood:
Mark Collins
Ballard
Deconstructing the Reproductive Imaginary in
Suzan-Lori Parks's The Red Letter Plays
Infertile bodies: The New Queer?
Lulu Le Vay
Mystical Pregnancies: Reproductive Politics,
Katherine Farrimond
Agency and Contemporary Popular Culture
1320
Music (Kitts)
Music 2: U2 and the Beatles
Richard Driver
We All Want to Change the World: John Cage
D.J. Hoek
Capitol Hill
and the Beatles
Toward a Typology of Beatles Lyrics
Daniel Lieberfeld
It's a Steady Job: The Beatles' Cultural and
Richard Driver
Economic Positions in 1966
1324
Circuses and Circus Culture (Mascia)
Circuses and Circus Culture II:
Theoretical Perspectives of
Stacey Mascia
Postcoloniality at the Circus; Or, the Circus of
David Watson
Greenwood
Postcoloniality
Postcolonialism, Visual Pleasure, Fiction,
and Biography
Siamese Twins and Contemporary Queer Fiction
Stephanie Costa
The Classy Lassy with the Tattooed Chassis: The
Alexis Wolstein
Evolution of Miss Cindy Ray
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 11
Panel #
1325
Topic Area (Area Chair) 12
Session Title
Session chair
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers II-
Gwendolyn
(Edgette)
Southern Sector
Turnbull
Presentation title
Presenter
South-View Cemetery, Atlanta, Georgia
John Soward Bayne
Cedar Key Cemetery: Where Florida History
Pamela Payne
Room
Issaquah A
Coexists with Modern Memorial Culture
1326
Science & Popular Culture (Gil and
Science and Culture
Brian Crim
Lott)
The Florida Cemeteries of Zora Neale Hurston
Gwendolyn Turnbull
Return of the Victorians: Patterning Nature in
Marilyn Casto
Issaquah B
Art and Popular Culture
Astronomy in Iranian culture
Alireza Karimi
Dreamers, War Criminals, and Technocrats: The
Brian Crim
Legacy of Project Paperclip in Popular Culture
1327
Biographies (Skarl)
Biographies II: Autobiographies
Josh Sopiarz
"'I'm a Highway and Landscapes--You're a City
Josh Sopiarz
Kirkland
and Painted Bricks and Lots of People:' Neil
Young, Patti Smith, and the Gendered Work of
Rock Star Autobiography"
The narration of a boring life: Confessions from
Teófilo Espada-Brignoni
the autobiographies of biologists
Gender in the Auto/Biography of the Iraq War
Mareike Spychala
and Popular Culture
1328
Border Studies, Cultural Economy and Border Studies, Cultural Economy, and
Migration (Masterson)
Andrew Gordus
Migration
Love in the Time of NAFTA: Mexico,
Andrew Gordus
Leschi
Transnationalism and the Rise of the Northern
Border in the Telenovela Dos mujeres un
camino.
Sikhs and the Italian Parmesan Industry: Global
Madhu Sinha
Labor Movement, Food, and Authenticity
1329
Fairy Tales (Caleb, Holland-Toll and
Fairy Tales II: Witches and Horror
Amanda Boyd
Guillermo Grimm
Lyz Reblin
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who Is The
Jo-Anne Hernandez
Medina
Nicks)
Witchiest of Them All:Reflections on The
Dichotomies of The Witch Figure in Modern
Television
Witchcraft on Grimm: Promoting Stereotypes or
Amanda Boyd
Enlightening the Audience
1330
Tarot & Other Methods of Divination
(Auger)
Religion, Philosophy, and Symbolism
Emily Auger
The Tarot as Material Religion: Materiality of
Cynthia Hogan
Ravenna A
Tarot and Why it Matters
The Tarot and the Western Philosophical
Kathy Berkowitz
Tradition by Kathy Berkowitz
The Celestial Tarot Cards in Film
Emily Auger
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 12
Panel #
1331
Topic Area (Area Chair) 13
Sports (Price and Kiuchi)
Session Title
Sports 2: International Arena
Session chair
Rafael Soares
Presentation title
Presenter
The surfing boycott of South Africa and
Rafael Soares
Room
Ravenna B
American culture, 1976-1991
1332
Beer Culture (Drushel)
Beer Culture I: Definition and
Annie Sugar
Personification
Politics in Sports: 1924 Paris Olympic Games
Alar Lipping
Basketball Culture and Globalization
Ismael Medina
Defining craft culture: A comparative textual
Brandon Harris
Ravenna C
analysis of U.S. breweries
Crafting an Identity: How Craft Beer Drinkers
Annie Sugar
Use Social Media to Define Craft Beer Culture
It’s So Much More than Wine: Women’s
Meghann Ryan
Changing Relationship with Alcohol
Does Craft Beer Culture Have a Place for
Jennifer Dunn
Women?
1333
Comedy and Humor (Snaith)
Comedy and Pedagogy
Jennifer Marra
Offensive Family Guy: Teaching Inappropriate
Hallie Bell
Boren
Affect
Turning Laughs Into Lessons
Kiera Daigle
Comedy in the Classroom: Teaching Humorous
Thomas Young
Literature and Humorous Writing
What haunts comedians? How stand up
Gabriella Maestrini
comedians inhabit the pedagogical space of
comedy as a way to speak the unspoken about
racism and colonial traces.
"It's Just Jokes": Racism and the Argument for
Jennifer Marra
Moral Leniency in Standup Comedy
1334
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
TV Monsters: Hannibal
Christine Marks
Cannibal Ethics: Bryan Fuller's Hannibal and the
Katie Dyson
Columbia
Aesthetics of Violence
Dexter, Hannibal, and Other Disturbing
Robert Matuozzi
Possibilities
Mirroring Monsters: The Danger of Looking in
Christine Marks
Hannibal
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 13
Panel #
1335
Topic Area (Area Chair) 14
Session Title
Rhetoric, Composition, and Popular
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular
Culture (Burg)
Culture II - Interventions, Interrogations,
Session chair
Nate Thesing
Presentation title
Presenter
In(ter)vening on Drug Addict Subject Formation:
Room
Clayton Benjamin
Jefferson A
An Analysis of Interventions Subjugating Rhetoric
Appropriations
“Country Day School Auction” Simulation
Kerry Rourke
Interrogates Inequity and Power in Social Spaces
Dorm Mattresses and Bathroom Stall Doors:
Laura Gray-Rosendale
Challenging Rape Culture and the Rhetoric of
Public Space Through Performance Art
Owning Whiteness: Rap, Popular Culture and
Nate Thesing
Appropriation
1336
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies II: It Gets
(Drushel)
Better -- Sometimes
Bruce Drushel
Making It Better for Everyone: The Experiences
Callie Wise
Jefferson B
and Needs of Tennessee's LGBTQ College
Students
1336
Producing Norms: LGBTQ Youth Viral Video
Lauren Berliner
and the Paradox of Empowerment
1337
American Literature (Taylor)
American Literature II: Mid-Nineteenth
Self-fulfilment and Labour in American Fiction: A
Century Literature and Culture
Study of Fanny Fern’s Ruth Hall: A Domestic
Katherine Skaris
Seneca
Tale of the Present Time, and Louisa May
Alcott’s Work: A Story of Experience
“Dollars Damn Me”: The Living Dead as
Grace Heneks
Capitalist Critique in Melville’s “Bartleby”
1338
Travel and Tourism (Lenz)
Travel II
William Lenz
"The Perfect Souvenir"
William Lenz
Postcards and Imaging Travel in J.J. Abrams and
Jeannette Schollaert
University
Doug Dorst's Novel S.
Food in Mid-19th Century Travel Literature in
Susanne Berthier
New Mexico: The Experience of Exotic
Otherness
1339
Fashion, Style, Appearance,
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption Kathleen Casey
Acculturation to the Global Consumer Culture
Consumption and Design (Hancock,
and Design I: Dress and Symbolism
and its Effects on Acceptance of Cultural
McClendon, and Strubel)
Apparel: A Case 2014 Beijing APEC Costume
Prototype Development of Cotton Golf Wear
Chuanlan Liu
Virginia
Huie Liang
May Chae
for Juniors
The Perfect Crime: Purse-Snatchers, New
Kathleen Casey
Virginia
Lisa Nevarez
U Melissa Anyiwo
Cirrus Ballroom
Women, and the Power of the Purse
1345
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film
Film (Findley and Simpson)
II: Film Screening: Interview with the
Lisa Nevarez
Film screening: Interview With the Vampire
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 14
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 15
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
TUESDAY 3:00P
1402
Language Attitudes and Popular
Language Attitudes and Popular
Linguistics (Mitchell)
Linguistics III: Language, Society and
Contexts Crafts a Certain Persona: from The
Education
Kardashian’s to Parks and Recreation’s April
Agnes Ragone
How The Use of Creaky Voice in Different Social
Esther Gutierrez
Diamond A
Ludgate
Effects of Cultural Perturbations on Linguistic
Shirl Terrell
Capital
The Printed Word in Haiti: Education, Literacy
Agnes Ragone
and Language Choices
1403
Mythology in Contemporary Culture
Contemporary Mythopoesis
Kate Rittenhouse
(Rittenhouse)
The Archetype of the Hero and the Promethean
Alexander Schmid
Diamond B
Task of Education
The Sleeping King
Louis Magallanes
“Become Legend”: Destiny as a Contemporary
Christopher Lee
Mythopoeic Text
THE MOUTH OF GOD: Investigating the
Emma Tresemer
“Other” Side of Divinity in the Form of the
Hungry Monster
1405
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Gaming Studies III - Gaming
Nicole Reamer
Communities
Technical Communication Genres as Social
Carly Finseth
Aspen
Construction in Online Gaming Communities
A Global Village Complete with Global Gamers
Joseph Chatham
‘The Toxicity of Our City’: A Case Study of
Nicole Reamer
Differences in Toxic Gamer Culture as Seen in
Article Comments and Message Boards
1406
Education, Teaching, History and
III. Building Curriculum, Building
Popular Culture (Janak)
Teachers
Ludovic Sourdot
Challenging the status quo: Critical analysis of
Stacey Pistorova
Cedar A
standardized educational practices through the
lens of pop culture films for children
"Remember Me": Furiosa the Imperator, 'Mad'
Haley Ford
Maxine Greene, and the Conscious Curriculum
Sarah Straub
Words Have Power: Yūsei Matsui’s Assassination
Juan A. Colon Norat
Classroom as a Teacher-student of Paulo Freire’s
Pedagogy of the Oppressed
Agents of Change: Promoting Social Justice and
Ludovic Sourdot
Multiculturalism in the Classroom with Popular
Culture
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 15
Panel #
1407
Topic Area (Area Chair) 16
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Session Title
Sports Fandom
Session chair
Stephen Warren
Presentation title
Presenter
Pipebombs, B+ Players, and Yes Movements:The
Room
Paul Huggins
Cedar B
Internet Wrestling Community vs. World
Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)
"You know it's not real, right?": Performative
Stephen Warren
sport fandom and professional wrestling
Dan Amernick
1408
Armed Conflict (Parry and
World War II in Popular Culture
Sally Parry
McLaughlin)
Advertising Women’s Fashions in World War II:
Kathy German
Juniper
Selling Old Patriotism and New Fabrics
Foxholes in the Theater: The Depiction of the
Robert McLaughlin
Battlefield in World War II Theater
The Lady Has Plans: Spies and Saboteurs in
Sally Parry
World War II Theater
1409
American Indian Literatures and
American Indian Narrative Fictions &
Cultures (Bracewell and Sax)
Non-fictions
Keira Anderson
Silko's Apocalyptic Vision: Almanac of the Dead
Richard Sax
Madrona
Turns 25!
“The Sacred Made Manifest in the Flesh on the
Tonia Turner
Page”: Resistant Bodies and the Remapping of
Corporeal Terrains in LeAnne Howe’s Miko
Kings
1410
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch
50th Anniversary Celebration: Star Trek I Aaron Gulyas
and Ginn)
History, Critical Thinking, and the Final Frontier:
Aaron Gulyas
Redwood A
Teaching the 60s with Star Trek
50 Years of Trek: The Fascinating Lessons We’ve
Elizabeth Thomas
Learned
A Taste of Armageddon: What Star Trek
Michelle Tabit
Teaches us about Modern War
Living in TNG: The Use of the Star Trek
Aaron Hatrick
Metaphor in The Round House
1411
Romance (Selinger)
Romance 3: American Romance, Then
and Now
Pamela Regis
"Lifting as We Climb": Iola LeRoy and the Early
Pamela Regis
Redwood B
African-American Romance
Making It American: Epic Romance and the
Maryan Wherry
National Myth
You Say Anal Like It's A Bad Thing
Meagan Gacke
Muslim Love American Style: Islamic-American
Layla Abdullah-Poulos
Hybrid Culture and Romance in Muslim Fiction
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 16
Panel #
1413
Topic Area (Area Chair) 17
Genealogy -2015 Special Topic
Session Title
Genealogy II
Session chair
Beth Stahr
Presentation title
Presenter
Ancestral Blueprints and the American Soul
Lisa Iversen
Rootless: A Retrospective Look at America's
Lisa Oberg
Room
Willow A
(Drushel)
Fascination with Its Ancestry
Rootless: A Retrospective Look at America's
Jill Morelli
Fascination with Its Ancestry, Part II
Recuperating Ethnic Identity through Critical
Christine Scodari
Genealogy
1414
Mental Health and Mental Illness in
Trauma, Complex and Symbol in Cinema Eric Greene
The lost child complex in Australian cinema:
Popular Culture (Greene)
and TV
Fixed to the past - reflections and entrapment
Subjective and Collective Trauma in US-
Terrie Waddell
Willow B
Aylin Basaran
Tanzanian Films on Mental Illness as a notion of
Post-Conflict Cinema.
The Conscious Symbol: A sign something is going
Luke Hockley
wrong in television and film
1415
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Comics and Comic Art: Race, Sex, and
Freim)
Paul Malone
the Underground
“Josechu, The Basque”: Language Ideology,
Antonio Carreño-Rodríguez Grand Ballroom A
Regional Stereotypes and the Comic Book in
Franco’s Spain.
"A Call to Action: Recognizing Intersections of
Maite Urcaregui
Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Bitch Planet"
Mali and Werner‘s Mike: Underground Sensibility
Paul Malone
in a German Bank’s Advertising Comic
Stop! This is the Back of the Book!: History and
Katherine Lundy
Philosophy of Manga Translation in North
America
1416
Film (Palumbo)
Film III--Directors II: Kubrick, Anderson,
Van Sant, and Poppe
Melinda Lewis
Death and Glory: A Dionysian and Apollonian
Hector Lopez
Grand Ballroom B
Approach to Stanley Kubrick's Paths of Glory
“Stop Including Me”: Broken Families in Wes
Stephanie Tkach
Anderson
Rapture is Rupture in the Works of Gus Van
Melinda Lewis
Sant.
Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad South?: Violence,
Julianne Q. M. Yang
Gender, and the Global South in Erik Poppe’s
1,000 Times Good Night (2013)
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 17
Panel #
1417
Topic Area (Area Chair) 18
Gender Studies (Peirce)
Session Title
Gender in American Popular Culture
Session chair
Eve Kornfeld
1960s-1980s
Presentation title
Presenter
Girls Are as Surfing Is: Representation and
Jasmine Tocki
Room
Grand Ballroom C
Negotiation of Women in Surf Magazines
Cops and Criminals: Masculinity in Crime
Jana Peale
Television
She’s So Unusual: Women Self-fashioning as
Sherry Boulter
Artists and Changing the Dialogue on MTV
"But Is It History?" Exploring American History
Eve Kornfeld
through Popular Culture and Gender Studies
1418
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Gender and Media Studies III: Gender
Leigh Rich
Issues in "Southpark", "The X-Files", and
“Blood Type O and Bicurious”: South Park and
Darby Gieringer
Grand Ballroom D
the American Zeitgeist of Gender
"Hannibal"
"You're PC Bro?": South Park and the Politically
Hunter Parham
(In)Correct
“This is Different, Mulder”: The Voice of the
Stacey Johnson
Female Skeptic from X-Files to Haven
Alan/Alana and the Hannibal Franchise: Reason,
Accountability, and the Dark Side of GenderBending
1420
Music (Kitts)
Music 3: Individual Voices
Jordan McClain
Punk, Pop and “The Voice of Poetry in the
Leigh Rich
Jack Simmons
Daniel Ferris
Capitol Hill
Conversation of Mankind”
Freed From the Memory: Richey Edwards’s
Sharon Becker
Absent Presence on Everything Must Go
Narrative Themes About Post-Band Solo Work
Jordan McClain
in Media Coverage of Ben Folds’s Rockin’ the
Suburbs (co-author: Amanda McClain)
1424
Children's Literature and Culture
Children's Literature and Culture I:
(Doughty)
Schools, Libraries, and Organizations
Jennifer Helgren
“Godsearch”: The Relevance of Religion in
Sandra Coyle
Greenwood
Parochial Reading Lists
Mediating Adolescence: Public Librarians,
Sarah Evans
Teenage Culture, and Young Adult Literature
“There Are Lots Of Other Camp Fire Things We
Jennifer Helgren
Can Do”: Ability and Disability Discourse in
American Youth Organizations, 1945-1965
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 18
Panel #
1425
Topic Area (Area Chair) 19
Session Title
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers III-
(Edgette)
Perspectives
Session chair
Richard Sauers
Presentation title
Presenter
Mascota Muertas: Multicultural Commemoration
Room
Kathie A. Schey
Issaquah A
of Animal Death
GOVERNMENT SANCTIONED CEMETERY
Scott J Baird
VANDALISM: Joseph Huebner and the Odd
Fellows
Riverview Cemetery: Remembering the Past,
Richard Sauers
Looking to the Future
1426
Science & Popular Culture (Gil and
Science and Public Debates
Steven Gil
Lott)
Experimental Hoaxes and Scientific Styles on
Steven Gil
Issaquah B
Show: The Science Wars in the History of Public
Debates about Science.
Fracking and Science: Exploring the public debate
Kristen Chamberlain
Marceleen Mosher
Statistically [In]significant: the uses and
Renata Brandao
representation of statistics in the British Media's
reporting of Science News
“If they don't hear it from us, they’ll hear it from
Heidi Zimmerman
their yoga teacher”: Science, popular culture, and
the will to educate in the debate over Genetically
Modified Organisms
1427
Biographies (Skarl)
Biographies III: Biopics
Camille
Subverting biography: The Iron Lady and the
McCutcheon
politics of remembering
Paratexts vs. Paranorms: How Movie Marketing
Felipe Espinoza Garrido
Kirkland
Mary Feld
and Generic Expectations Deflected Diana's
Social Critique
The Rock of Gibraltar and the Hudson River:
Camille McCutcheon
The Portrayal of Rock Hudson’s Life on
Television
1428
Children's/YA Series Books and Dime Children's/YA Series Books and Dime
Novels (Keeline)
Demian Katz
Novels I
Publishing dimenovels.org and Nickels and Dimes
Matthew Short
Leschi
as Linked Open Data
"More Thrilling Than Fiction": The Aspirations
Deidre Johnson
and Failures of Story Paper Writer Abi Jackman
Applying Named Entity Recognition to Dime
Demian Katz
Novels: An Experiment
1430
Tarot & Other Methods of Divination
(Auger)
The Divination Review Round Table
Emily Auger
The Divination Review
Andrew Byrd-Smith
Cynthia Hogan
Ravenna A
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 19
Panel #
1431
Topic Area (Area Chair) 20
Sports (Price and Kiuchi)
Session Title
Sports 3: Soccer
Session chair
Cliff Starkey
Presentation title
Presenter
“Singing and Sloshed by Six (a.m.): How football
Cliff Starkey
Room
Ravenna B
bars fill the social and cultural needs of
expatriates in America”
The Rise of Soccer in the United States
Jeremy Kinsey
Soccer and bullying in Japan: Educating youth
Yuya Kiuchi
against bullying through soccer in Japan
1432
Beer Culture (Drushel)
Beer Culture II: Place
Paul Bruski
Paul Bruski
Macrocraft Place: Representation &
Ravenna C
Misrepresentation
Imperial Measures: The Resurgence of Empire in
Sam Goodman
British Beer Culture
A Not So Strange Brew: Why San Diegans Chose
Lindsay Lehnhoff
Craft Beer over Alternatives
Latin American Craft Beer: Everything Old is
Linda Zee
New Again
1433
Comedy and Humor (Snaith)
Comedy in TV and Film: Subversives and Zach Sands
The “Second City” of Melonville: the Making of
Other Lovable Disturbers of the Peace
an Alternate and Existing Reality on SCTV
Laughing Between the Color Line: Comedy and
Peter Seely
Boren
Daniel Meyerend
Mixed Race in The Key and Peele Show
“The Gospel According to Stephen Colbert: The
Rachel Peterson
Crucible of Laughter and Liberation Theology”
The Physics of Laughter: Comic Methods of
Yohei Chiba
James Thurber and Kenneth Burke in the Hard
Times
Revenge in Modern Times Shall Not Be Justified:
Zach Sands
Charlie Chaplin and the Production Code
1434
Medical Humanities: Health and
Constructing and Consoling: Narrating
Disease in Culture (Farkas)
the Illness Experience
Carol-Ann Farkas
Stitching Outside the Lines: Medicine and Gender
Sally Shigley
Columbia
in the “Outlander” Series
Rahunks and Perfect People: Genetic Engineering
Sabrina Reed
Gone Wild in Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam
Trilogy
'This Murderous Maternal Creature': Mothers
Victoria Bates
and Münchausen Syndrome by Proxy in Crime
Fiction
“And Out I Went”: The Reddit Generation’s
Seif Sekalala
Despondent Search for Coherence, Connectivity
and Truth; in Illness.
Brandon Niezgoda
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 20
Panel #
1435
Topic Area (Area Chair) 21
Session Title
Rhetoric, Composition, and Popular
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular
Culture (Burg)
Culture III – Ethos & Identities
Session chair
Staci Shultz
Presentation title
Presenter
Topoi of Identiy 2.0
Dylan Retzinger
Virtual Identities and Citizenship in the
Aaron Ritzenberg
Room
Jefferson A
Composition Classroom
1436
How Fanfic Communities Cultivate Ethos
Staci Shultz
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies III: Queer Amy Patrick
Diva Worship as a Queer Poetics of Waste in D.
Chris Philpot
(Drushel)
Aesthetics
Gilson's Brit Lit
“Excuse My Beauty!”: Camp Referencing and the
Jefferson B
Carl Schottmiller
Politics of Memory Activation on RuPaul’s Drag
Race
Camp and Coding in the Disney Channel film
Amy Patrick
"Descendants"
1437
American Literature (Taylor)
American Literature III: Race from the
Gender, Race and Human Rights: Black
Mid-Nineteenth Century to the Present
Masculinity in Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Using Slave Narratives to Stimulate Empathy:
Jacqueline Schnieber
Seneca
Lindsay Clifton
Racial Empathy in Narrative of the Life of
Frederick Douglass, The History of Mary Prince
and The Life of Olaudah Equiano
The Children Used Her Up: Motherhood in
Taryn Howard
Nella Larsen's Quicksand and Zora Neale
Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God
White Bodies and Black Spaces in Mat Johnson’s
Tana Taylor Juko
Loving Day
1438
Travel and Tourism (Lenz)
Travel III
Donald Maxwell
The Welcome Mat Will Be Spread All along the
Donald Maxwell
University
Border: How American Vietnam War Draft
Resisters Found Their Way to Canada
Ritzonia: Ocean Travel and the Transatlantic Elite
William Roka
in the Early 20th Century
Butterfly Big Year: Mariposa Road and the
Ray Korpi
Natural Travelogue
The Negro Traveler's Guide to a Jim Crow
Michael Hall
South: Negotiating Racialized Landscapes During
a Dark Period in U.S. Cultural History, 19361967
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 21
Panel #
1439
Topic Area (Area Chair) 22
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Fashion, Style, Appearance,
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption Kelsi Stoltenow
Out of Sight Out of Mind: A Study on Women's
Consumption and Design (Hancock,
and Design II: Consumer Perspectives
Apparel Disposal
Jenna Bubna
Room
Virginia
McClendon, and Strubel)
Hemline for Hearts: Millennial student
Stefanie Ramirez
involvement and social responsibility in action
Delisia Matthews
Know and relish thyself: A discourse analysis of
Kelsi Stoltenow
beauty and lifestyle advice from French women
Spousal Support: Co-Conspirators in Quilting
Jody Aultman
TUESDAY 4:45p
1502
Language Attitudes and Popular
Language Attitudes and Popular
Linguistics (Mitchell)
Linguistics IV: Language, Irony and
Deborah Schaffer
The No Fact Zone: An Interactional Perspective
Guadalupe Rincon
Diamond A
on the Construction of Irony in Political Satire
Discrimination
Linguistic Discrimination is Real, Y’All: Towards a
Ellen Osterhaus
More Descriptive Composition Curriculum
1503
Mythology in Contemporary Culture
Imaginal Journeys to Liminal Spaces
Kate Rittenhouse
(Rittenhouse)
Metaphors We Prescribe By
Deborah Schaffer
“Searching for the modern Minotaur”: How the
Jose Cruz
Diamond B
Maze and the Labyrinth appear in Pop Culture
The Archetype of the Odyssey's Nekyia: The
Dane Styler
Arrow and the Batman as a Tragic Odysseus
Trapped in the Underworld
1505
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies IV - Thinking Seriously
about Games
Ibrahim Yucel
Groundhog Mechanics: Time Loop Trope and
Linda Lahdenperä
Aspen
the Video Game Mechanics
Hives of Elitism and Super Science: Presentations
Jon Lozano
of Higher Education in Video Games
Using Virtual Reality Games Seriously
Ibrahim Yucel
Should video games qualify for cultural state
Maria O Brien
subsidies?
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 22
Panel #
1506
Topic Area (Area Chair) 23
Education, Teaching, History and
Session Title
IV: Gaming as Entry into History
Session chair
Kyle Moody
Popular Culture (Janak)
Presentation title
Presenter
Gaming as an Entry into History, Teaching and
Room
jonathan amakawa
Cedar A
Research: How Video Games Bridged Diverse
Disciplines in a University Setting
Gaming as an Entry into History, Teaching and
Kyle Moody
jonathan amakawa
Research: How Video Games Bridged Diverse
Disciplines in a University Setting
Gaming as an Entry into History, Teaching and
1507
Australian and New Zealand Popular
Australia and New Zealand Popular
Culture (Thomas)
Culture
Glen Thomas
Kyle Moody
Research: How Video Games Bridged Diverse
Kyle Moody
jonathan amakawa
Disciplines in a University Setting
Joseph Wachtel
Phryne Fisher as Australian Sleuth and Gobal
Toni Johnson-Woods
Cedar B
Feminist Icon
First Place in Fiction: reading and writing crime in
Rachel Franks
colonial Australia
Re-imagining the Sydney Opera House in Popular
Culture
Simon Dwyer
Rachel Franks
An Author, What? Depictions of Authors and
Glen Thomas
Authorship in PG Wodehouse
1508
Film and History (Miller)
Film & History I: Teaching and Shaping
The Classroom of the Future: WWII and the
Culture with Film
Portrayal of Walt Disney as our National
Robert Ribera
Juniper
Teacher
The Road to El Dorado and the Road to
Katherine McCarthy
Education: Using Contemporary Film to Teach
about the Past
1509
Cultural Binding in Zero Dark Thirty
Skip Willman
Accepted Misrepresentation versus Challenged
Jami Mumford
American Indian Literatures and
Native Appropriations: Contemporary
Cultures (Bracewell and Sax)
Realities in Literature and Popular
Authenticity: An Analysis of Contemporary
Culture
American Indian Young Adult Literature
Timothy Petete
Ethnocentrism, Cultural Dichotomy, and Identity
Madrona
Katelyn Eden Long
Formation: An Analysis of Contemporary
American Indian Short Stories
Community in the Age of Capitalism: An Analysis
Brian McKinney
of Contemporary American Indian Poetry
Electric Powwow: An Analysis of Contemporary
Timothy Petete
American Indian Rhetoric
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 23
Panel #
1510
Topic Area (Area Chair) 24
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch
Session Title
All the Great "ISMS" at Once
Session chair
Robert Lively
Presentation title
Presenter
The Ecology of Captain Planet
Robert Lively
"Nothing in Jurassic World is natural": Blurring
Brooke Southgate
Room
Redwood A
and Ginn)
the Binaries of Nature and Technology in Jurassic
World
Oracular Transmissions: Market Speculation in
Edward Ardeneaux IV
the Novels of William Gibson and Neal
Stephenson
Madness Distilled: The Exploitation of
Sarah Shelton
Anthropocene Anxiety and of Redemptive Hope
in Mad Max: Fury Road
1511
Romance (Selinger)
Romance 4: Diversity in Historical
Eric Selinger
Romance: a Conversation with Rose
Diversity in Historical Romance: a Conversation
Eric Selinger
Redwood B
Matthew Elliott
Willow A
with Rose Lerner, L.A. Witt, and Koko Brown
Lerner, L. A. Witt, and Koko Brown
(Special Session):
1513
Genealogy -2015 Special Topic
Genealogy III
Beth Stahr
(Drushel)
Inconvenient Ancestors: Evading the Slaveholder
in Popular Genealogy
Ghosts of the Masters: Descendants of
Susan Hutchison
Slaveholders Confront Family History (co-author
David Pettee)
1514
Mental Health and Mental Illness in
Treating and Identifying Mental Illness
Eric Greene
Popular Culture (Greene)
Finding Josephine, Finding Me
Dionne Ford
Psyfeld: An Innovative Method to Teach
Anthony Tobia
Willow B
Psychopathology
Birthing a new eating disorder through social
Cristina Hanganu-Bresch
media: Orthorexia and the dynamics of pop
psychiatry
world weary woman
1515
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Comics and Comic Art: Connecting
Freim)
Imagination and Mythology
Cara Barker
Terrence Wandtke Morphing Morpheus in the Third Narrative: The
Lauren Perry
Grand Ballroom A
Semiotics of Comic Reading & the Realm
Nicole Freim
Between Narrative and Image
Reconsidering Absurdity: Neil Gaiman's Sandman
Frank Alanis
as the Modern Godot
1516
Film (Palumbo)
The Never-Ending Parental Saga
Nicole Batchelor
Film IV--Tim Burton: Essays on His Films-- Johnson Cheu
Mixing man and monkey: A postcolonial critique
Rick Kenney
A Roundtable
of Planet of the Apes
“A Stranger in A Sea of Familiar Faces:” Self-
Grand Ballroom B
Lance Norman
Referentiality, Bodily Hauntings and Materializing
Identity in Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 24
Panel #
1517
Topic Area (Area Chair) 25
Gender Studies (Peirce)
Session Title
Session chair
Gender Roles from theTwentieth Century Carrie Marjorie
Peirce
Presentation title
Presenter
The Artist, the Gentleman, and the New
Room
Melanie Enderle
Grand Ballroom C
Woman: Challenging Established Gender Roles in
the Mid-Twentieth Century
Jack London’s Marriage Revolution: Sex and
Donna Campbell
Spiritualism in “Planchette” and The Little Lady
of the Big House
1518
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Gender and Media Studies IV: Gender
Kristin Lieb
Issues in Music
Azalea, Feminism, Music and Imagery
Kimberly Jones
Sarai Brinker
The Beyonce Brand in 2015: Negotiating
Kristin Lieb
Clueless about Fancy: An Examination of Iggy
Grand Ballroom D
Empowerment, Bootyliciousness, and Patriarchy
1519
Professional Development (Hancock
Teaching Popular Culture Across the
and McClain)
Disciplines
Kathleen Turner
Roundtable: Teaching Popular Culture Across
the Disciplines
Bob Batchelor
Kathleen Turner
Ballard
Brian Cogan
Jeff Massey
1520
Music (Kitts)
Music 4: Women's Voices
Mark Allister
Bad Bitch or Just Plain Bad: The Racial Politics of
Jessica McKee
Capitol Hill
Madonna’s “Bitch I’m Madonna”
The Sounds of Laura Marling's Feminist Vision
Mark Allister
“We’re so much more than pointless fixtures,
Melissa Avdeeff
Instagram pictures”: Beyoncé and pop music
authenticity through social media
1524
Children's Literature and Culture
Children's Literature and Culture II: YA
(Doughty)
Fantasy and Science Fiction
Amie Doughty
Kill the Stereotype, Save the Indian:Resisting
Michelle Pagni Stewart
Greenwood
American Indian Stereotypes in Post-Apocalyptic
YA Literature
Where Do We Go From Here? The Changing
Ruth Caillouet
Role of Young Adult Heroes from Buffy to
Katniss
Unsustainable Hunger: An Examination of
Amie Doughty
Sustainability in YA Dystopian Fiction
Demigods, Love, and Sexuality: Eros and Identity
Sam Morris
in Rick Riordan's The Heroes of Olympus
1525
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers IV- Work Michael Parker
Union Cemetery's Heavenly Family: the Problem
(Edgette)
Influence
of the Henry Thiele Monument
Honoring Work, Honoring Workers:
Annette Stott
Issaquah A
LisaMary Wichowski
Documenting Memorials to Work-Related
Tragedies in the Pacific North West
"Sadly Eaten by Crabs": A Chesapeake Way of
Michael Parker
Death
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 25
Panel #
1526
Topic Area (Area Chair) 26
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Brazilian Popular Culture (Martinez
Futebol e Novelas: Soccer, Soap Operas
Mónica Ayala-
Society, Protest and Soccer in Two Brazilian
and Ayala-Martinez)
and Social Change in Brazilian Culture
Martínez
Plays
Novelas, pele e nação: multiculturalism in
Room
Richard V. McGehee
Issaquah B
Mónica Ayala-Martínez
Brazilian soapoperas?
1527
Biographies (Skarl)
Biographies IV: Gender, Fiction, and
Megan Brown
Hoaxes
Performative Gendered Biographies in Social
Amber Flinton
Kirkland
Media Food Images
Biographical Fiction: The Final Truth
Christopher Pumphrey
“Keeping It Real, or, ‘Hoax’ Memoirs and
Megan Brown
Representations of Ethnic Authenticity”
1528
Children's/YA Series Books and Dime Children's/YA Series Books and Dime
Novels (Keeline)
James Keeline
Laurie York Erskine Rides North with Renfrew
William Gowen
Illustrator Aldren A. Watson (1917-2013) and
Joel Cadbury
Leschi
Novels II
Uncle Wiggily, 1976-1977.
1914: A Year in the Life of Author Edward
Kim Keeline
Stratemeyer (and the Hazards of Library Archive
Research)
Building a Series Book: Printing and Binding
James Keeline
Techniques Used to Produce Popular Juvenile
Series Books.
1530
Tarot & Other Methods of Divination
Tarology the Poetics of Tarot (Screening) Emily Auger
(Auger)
1531
Sports (Price and Kiuchi)
Tarology The Poetics of Tarot with enrique
Emily Auger
Ravenna A
Stephen Mosher
Ravenna B
enriquez
Sports 4: Discontinuance of the Sports
Studies Program at Ithaca
Stephen Mosher
The Past, Present, and Future (?) of Sport Studies
in American Higher Education
The Struggle to Save Sport Studies at Ithaca
College: Students’ Perspectives
Elijah Breton
Ahmad Boyd
Olivia Oppenheim
Eddy Tapia
On Being Like a Perpetual Foreigner in
Kyle Kusz
Corporatized, Scientized Kinesiology: My life as a
sport studies professor
1532
Beer Culture (Drushel)
Beer Culture III: Building Community
Tapping into Identity: Social Balance explained
Emory Daniel
Ravenna C
through Newcomers Identity and Organizational
Identification in Craft Breweries
"Beyond a Pint of Great Beer: The Creation of
Community by Craft Breweries."
Andi McClanahan
Nancy VanArsdale
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 26
Panel #
1533
Topic Area (Area Chair) 27
Session Title
Indian Culture, Art and Media
Indian Cinema/Bollywood Culture and
(Menon)
Indianness
Session chair
Rekha Menon
Presentation title
Presenter
Kahaani: Artificial and Real Woman in an atypical
Rebecca Peters
Room
Boren
Bollywood film
Representation of alternate sexualities in
Kailash Koushik
vernacular cinema: Analysis of the Kannada
language movie 'Naanu Avanalla..Avalu' (I am not
a he..but she)
1535
Rhetoric, Composition, and Popular
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular
Culture (Burg)
Culture IV – Marvelous & Magical
Brett Carter
Marvelous Rhetoric: Stan Lee as a Rhetorical
Liz Medendorp
Jefferson A
Hero
Rhetorics
Aristotle is Magic: The Rhetoric of My Little Pony
Christopher Bell
Sophistry, Sprezzatura, and Jedi Mind Tricks: The
Brett Carter
Figure of the Rhetor in Popular Culture
1536
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies IV: Queer Omri Herzog
Commodity Fetishism & Artificial Worlds: Boris
(Drushel)
Capitalism
Izaguirre in a Global Perspective
Raul Rubio
Gay Marriage and the Capitalist Scare
Omri Herzog
The successful use of the Queer Aesthetic as a
Don Govang
Jefferson B
tool of political hegemony
1537
American Literature (Taylor)
American Literature IV: Early, Middle,
Poor Jurgis Rudkus: Analyzing Socio-political
and Late Modernism
Development in Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle
From Decoration to the “New Stagecraft”:
Alex Long
Seneca
Johanna Hartmann
Robert Edmund Jones’s and Norman Bel
Geddes’s Stage Designs and the Development of
the Modern American Drama
Queer Motherhood in American Middlebrow
Tine Sommer
Fiction: An Analysis of Two Louis Bromfield
Novels
Clearing up Cathy: Steinbeck's Exploitation of
Megan Barnes
Cain and Abel through Cathy Ames in "East of
Eden"
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 27
Panel #
1538
Topic Area (Area Chair) 28
Travel and Tourism (Lenz)
Session Title
Travel IV
Session chair
Barbara Zang
Presentation title
Presenter
Dinner for 60 and breakfast, too: Two weeks in a
Room
Barbara Zang
University
refugio on the Camino de Santiago
“Volando,” because they are “Soaring to Fulfill
Leslie O'Toole
their Destinies”: choice in study abroad image
selection
Feminist Pedagogy and Cross-Cultural
Michelle Morkert
Experience: Fulbright Scholar Semester in
Croatia
Wine Toursm and Bodega Architecture in Spain
Kimberly Habegger
Today
1539
Fashion, Style, Appearance,
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption Alphonso
Harry Collins: The Democratization of American
Consumption and Design (Hancock,
and Design III: Design, Branding and
Fashion
McClendon, and Strubel)
Business
McClendon
Brand Abundance: Uniqlo as defined by
Nora Ellen Carleson
Virginia
Myles Ethan Lascity
sponsorships, collaborations and intertextuality
American Apparel: The Rise, the Fall and
Lauren Gavin
Influence on Popular Culture
All Hands on Deck: The Complex Growth and
Alphonso McClendon
Maturity of Nautica in the Late Twentieth
Century
1545
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film
Film (Findley and Simpson)
III: The Vampire on the Couch
Candace Benefiel
Kiss Me with Those Red Lips: Queerness and the
William Tringali
Cirrus Ballroom
Vampire in the Victorian Gothic
The Pornographic Vampire
Amanda Hobson
Designing The Vampire's Lair: Positing and
Vicky Gilpin
Positioning the Connection between Vampires
and Lounging on Couches, or Aren't Chairs Sexy
Enough for the Lords and Ladies of the Undead?
Vampire Ethics and the Possibility of Romance
Candace Benefiel
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 28
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 29
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
TUESDAY 6:30P
1605
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies V - Representation and
Dana Calhoun
Immersion in Games
How Video Games Engage Us: Immersion,
Brittany Kuhn
Aspen
Interactivity, or Involvement?
Engineering Toys vs. Girls Engineering Toys: A
Samantha Bisese
Study on the Marketing Rhetoric of GoldieBlox
and Lego Friends
Ghost in the Chell: Fragmented Femininity in
Dana Calhoun
Portal 2
1606
Education, Teaching, History and
V. Motivating and Engaging Students with Anne Winchell
K-Pop and Visual Literacy: Engaging Students by
Popular Culture (Janak)
Popular Culture
Interpreting Korean Music Videos
Innocents Abroad: Backpacking with Students,
Anne Winchell
Tourism, and Popular Culture
Jeff Birkenstein
Irina Gendelman
Fostering Student Engagement Through Popular
Claire Anderson
Cedar A
Music in the Online Classroom
1608
Film and History (Miller)
Film & History II: The Politics of
John Kaiser Ortiz
Representation
“Are you on dope?":1930's Hollywood
Jose Irizarry
Juniper
representations of one-percenters and
bohemians.
The Nuclear Implosion of 1960s American
John Kaiser Ortiz
Selfhood: Kesey’s Madness, Graduated Despair,
and Harold (post-Maude)
A Ritual of Errors: Disemboweling Ritual Suicide
Daryl Sanchez
in Modern Day Japan
1610
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch
Celebrating the Forbearers of Modern
Nicholas Sancho-
and Ginn)
SFF
Rosi
Robert A. Heinlein: The Campbell Collaboration
Marie Guthrie
What's The Use?: Man's Search for Purpose in
Laura Brown
Redwood A
Bradbury's Short Stories
“(Non)Being and Language in Ursula Le Guin’s A
Nicholas Sancho-Rosi
Wizard of Earthsea”
1611
Romance (Selinger)
Romance 5: Tropes, Traditions, and
Transformations
Eric Selinger
The Other (Wo)Man: The Use of Doubling in
Meghanne Flynn
Redwood B
Young Adult Supernatural Romance
Lady Catherine's Descendents: Examples of the
Olivia Waite
Older Other Woman in Romance Fiction
“A Short Inquiry into the Gothic Romance”
Angela Toscano
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 29
Panel #
1613
Topic Area (Area Chair) 30
Genealogy -2015 Special Topic
Session Title
Genealogy IV
Session chair
Beth Stahr
(Drushel)
Presentation title
Presenter
"Could a Record Be More Beautiful?": Exploring
Room
Susan Tucker
Willow A
the Memories of New Orleans' Family Historians
Mixing Identities: African American Literature
Kimiko Hiranuma Chiba
and Its Creation of Literary Genealogy
How Popular Literature Influences Genealogy:
Beth Stahr
Plaçage as Phenomenon and Genealogical Fact
1614
Mental Health and Mental Illness in
TV and Mental Illness
Eric Greene
Popular Culture (Greene)
Behind the Scenes of Genealogy Television
Jennifer Utley
“Once You Go to Psych, You Get Lost in Psych”:
Lauren DeCarvalho
Willow B
Representations of Mental Health Issues in
Female Prison Dramas
“This is, Like, Next Level Crazy”: Orange is the
Rusty Rust
New Black and Re-presentations of Mental Illness
Adrian Monk, Defective Detective: Ridiculous or
Rebecca Langham
Relatable?
1615
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Comics and Comic Art: Journalism and
Freim)
Amy Nyberg
Comics Journalists and Metaphors of Newswork
Amy Nyberg
Finding the Truth, Losing the Self: Spider
Jason Todd
Grand Ballroom A
Shades of Reality
Jerusalem, Hunter Thompson, and Melville's
Confidence Man
Form, Fiction, and the Historical Comic
Kultej Dhariwal
Richard Corben's Den and the Ambivalent
M.J. Clarke
Nature of Fantasy
1616
Film (Palumbo)
Film V--Science Fiction Films: The City,
Nicki Michalski
P. K. Dick, Her, & The Martian
“This City is Their Experiment”: The City in
Syeda Areej Mehdi
Grand Ballroom B
Science Fiction Cinema
Adapting Philip K. Dick: Why Can’t They Get it
Susan Meindl
Right?
Martian
Nicki Michalski
O'Brien Stanley
Masculine Girl Prince and the Sexual
Yunji Park
Survivalism and Mars: An Examination of The
1617
Gender Studies (Peirce)
Gender Transgressions and Transgressors Amiee Shelton
Grand Ballroom C
Transgressor in 1950s South Korea
Troubled Gender: Contesting Gender Portrayal
Daysha Pinto
in Ai Yazawa's Nana
Who is Cait? Investigating Credibility.
Amiee Shelton
Andrew Davis
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 30
Panel #
1618
Topic Area (Area Chair) 31
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Session Title
Gender and Media Studies V: Gender
Session chair
Batya Weinbaum
Issues in Television
Presentation title
Presenter
Hannah Horvath as Voice of a Generation?
Rachael McLennan
Room
Grand Ballroom D
Discourses of Authorship in Girls
Queer-Posthuman Meat Puppets in Supernatural
Michelle Christensen
The Dominant Discourses on Gender,
Aleksandra Rozalska
Motherhood, and Reproductive Rights as
Reflected in Contemporary Polish Television
Series
Women Who Take on the Male Force: Jessica
Batya Weinbaum
Fletcher in Murder, She Wrote; Miss Fisher in
Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries; and the
Gardeners in Rosemary and Thyme
1620
Music (Kitts)
Music 5: Women and Hip Hop
Leslie Similly
Veiled Misogyony in Hip-Hop and Society
Kristen Kirkman
The Perpetuation of Rape Culture by Female
Madison Doughty
Capitol Hill
Rappers: The Ramifications of Fetishizing and
Objectifying Women in Hip-Hop Music
“Twerk Culture”: Misconceptions of the Cultural
Madison Castelli
Backgrounds of Hip-Hop Dancing
“Bad Bitches is the only Thang that I Like”:
Leslie Similly
Prescriptive Femininity, Racialized Designations
of Womanhood, and Respectability Politics in
Modern Hip-Hop Lyrics
1624
Children's Literature and Culture
Children's Literature and Culture III:
(Doughty)
Deconstructing Taboos in Young Adult
Laura Bolf-Beliveau Why My Hips Are Not a Nuisance: A Fat
Amanda Pate
Greenwood
Feminist Study in Young Adult Literature
Literature
Children's Literature and Culture III:
Laura Bolf-Beliveau It’s All in Your Head: Young Adult Literature
Deconstructing Taboos in Young Adult
Anastasia Wickham
Takes On Mental Illness
Literature
Children's Literature and Culture III:
Laura Bolf-Beliveau The Other F-Word: Feminism in Speculative
Deconstructing Taboos in Young Adult
Laura Bolf-Beliveau
Young Adult Literature
Literature
1625
New/Special Topics in Popular Culture Presenting the Midwest I
Mary Catherine
(Drushel)
Harper
Hawk Eye View: Shifting the ‘Surveillant’ Gaze
Stéfy McKnight
City of Brutal Shoulders:Chicago,The Dark
Richmond Adams
Issaquah A
Knight and Those Civilized People.
Michigan Avenue (a short story)
Brian Gilmore
Exploring Detroit’s Humanity through times of
Billicia Hines
Critical Change
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 31
Panel #
1626
Topic Area (Area Chair) 32
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Brazilian Popular Culture (Martinez
Samba, Electrofunk and Dom Quixote:
Mónica Ayala-
Brazilian Electrofunk Countering Superhero and
and Ayala-Martinez)
Dance, Music and Literature and the
Martínez
Princess Genres
Room
Claudia Ortiz Nazario
Issaquah B
Brazilians Tensions with Cultural Identity
O Quixote modernista de Menotti del Picchia
Karen Reginne Amorim de
Melo
1628
Children's/YA Series Books and Dime Children's/YA Series Books and Dime
Novels (Keeline)
James Keeline
A Rick Brant Spark: Stairway to Danger
Henri Achee
Revisionist Histories in Libba Bray's The Diviners
Deidre Garriott
Leschi
Novels III
and The Gemma Doyle Trilogy
Hating the Canon and Loving Literature: Libba
Whitney Jones
Bray's Reinvention of Literary Tradition
1629
Fairy Tales (Caleb, Holland-Toll and
Fairy Tales IV: Tales Old and New
Amanda Caleb
Nicks)
In a Faraway Land, Long, Long Ago: The Sleeping
Michelle Johnson
Medina
Beauty’s Villainess in Real and Virtual Spaces
Spindles on Fire: The Rhetoric of Spinning &
Heather Asbeck
Weaving in Grimms’ Spinnerinnen
The role of Beauty and the Beast in Disney's
Sabrina Mittermeier
theme parks
1630
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell Heroes, Anti-Heroes, and the Hard Boiled Amy Hausser
Detectives and Serial Killers: Re-examining
and Nyabuti)
William Godwin's Caleb Williams
"Don't You Crave Change?": Rethinking Identity
Jeff Bruinsma
Ravenna A
April Boggs
Through Altered Reality in Bryan Fuller's
Hannibal
The Hard-Boiled Detective at the Movies
Christine Photinos
Walking “the Mean Streets” of Zoo City: Lauren
Amy Hausser
Beukes and Hardboiled Detective Fiction
1631
Sports (Price and Kiuchi)
Sports 5: Formation of the Institute of
Baseball Studies at Whittier
Joseph Price
The Institute for Baseball Studies: A Hit at
Charles Adams
Ravenna B
Whittier College
The Institute for Baseball Studies: A Hit at
Joseph Price
Whittier College
Baseball Today: America's Most Traditional
Joseph Trumino
Game Becoming Increasingly Modern
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 32
Panel #
1632
Topic Area (Area Chair) 33
Beer Culture (Drushel)
Session Title
Beer Culture IV: Consumption and
Session chair
Adam Deutsch
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
The Reading Ale-Prenticeship
Adam Deutsch
Craft Beer? - That's just a label to make money!
Alexander Schwinghammer
Ravenna C
Connoisseurship
Production, consuption and promotion of craft
beer in Europe
Producing, Distributing, and Consuming the Craft
Wesley Shumar
Beer Movement
1633
Indian Culture, Art and Media
Myraid Aesthetics and Political
(Menon)
Dimensions of Indian Art & Cinema
Rekha Menon
in Rajasthan, India
Cindy Gould
Praveen Singh Rathore
Standing with Priya: Victim-blaming and the
Carol Fox
The Phar: Narrative Textile Art and Performance
Boren
Problem of Social Change in Priya’s Shakti
1634
Medical Humanities: Health and
The Discourses of Health in
Disease in Culture (Farkas)
Contemporary Popular Culture
Carol-Ann Farkas
The mythification of the idealized woman
Rekha Menon
Portrayal of Immigrant Patients Having Cancer in
Ramy Shaaban
Columbia
U.S. TV Shows: A Content Analysis
Birthing Understanding: The Female Experience
Tara Jenner
of Infertility in Popular Culture
Shadow of a Doubt: The MMR Vaccine,
Chara Van Horn
Thimerosal, Conspiracy Theories, and Official
Discourse in Postmodern America
Alive Inside, Dead Outside: Reviewing the
Liza Futerman
Cultural Discourse of Alzheimer's Disease
through "Alive Inside:A Story of Music and
Memory"
1635
Rhetoric, Composition, and Popular
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular
Culture (Burg)
Culture V – Teaching First Year Writing
Samantha Herriot
Narrating Cultural Encounters with Scholarship
Lisa Vetere
Jefferson A
on Popular Culture: Autoethnographic Writing in
First-Year Composition Courses
What Genres Should be Taught in First-Year
Thomas Allbaugh
Writing Courses?
"Can we talk about this more?": The Challenges
Jenny Jackson
and Triumphs of the NYT First Year Writing
Classroom
I'm [Not] Racist: Using Mainstream Video
Samantha Herriot
Games, Media and Film to Create Cross-Racial
Dialogue in FYC
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 33
Panel #
1636
Topic Area (Area Chair) 34
Session Title
Literature, Politics, & Society (Moore) Boundaries and Genres: Butler, Collins
Session chair
Gary MacDonald
and Faust
Presentation title
Presenter
Masters and Mutuality: Interdependence in the
Room
Donna Crawford
Jefferson B
Fiction of Octavia Butler
The Literature of War: Fiction from Iraq and
Michael McClure
Afghanistan
1637
American Literature (Taylor)
Place in Space in Octavia Butler's Fiction.
Gary MacDonald
American Literature V: Postmodern
“Repetition is Reality”: the Wheel of Life and
Shu(Sylvia) Peng
Theoretical Approaches
Cyclic History in The Dead Father
Pilgrim at the Text: Annie Dillard's Pilgrim at
Seneca
Alexandra Dantzlerward
Tinker Creek and Wolfgang Iser's
"Phenomenological Approach"
A Rhizome in the Desert: Searching for Nodes
Rich Collins
and Edges in Blood Meridian
1638
Travel and Tourism (Lenz)
Travel V
Jiwon Yoon
Come to Korea!: Media Advertisements by the
Jiwon Yoon
University
Sreyoshi Dey
University
Jeffrey Melton
University
South Korean Government Using the Korean
Wave
1638
Travel and Tourism (Lenz)
Travel V
Jiwon Yoon
Likes, Tweets, Shares for Incredible India:
Analysis of the social media marketing practices
of the Incredible India tourism campaign
1638
Travel and Tourism (Lenz)
Travel V
Jiwon Yoon
All Time Classics: American Tourists and the
Imagined Greece
For the Inspiration, Recreational Use, and
Kathy Mason
Enjoyment of the Public: The Creation of
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
1639
Fashion, Style, Appearance,
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption Charles Freeman
Enchanting Logistics: Creating Value in Clothing
Consumption and Design (Hancock,
and Design IV: Fashion Promotion and
Distribution Channels
McClendon, and Strubel)
Retailing
Jeffrey Burroughs
Virginia
Benjamin Burroughs
Fashion Nexus: Students’ Collaboration in
David Loranger
Operating Campus “Pop-Up” Store
Fashion Ads Staging the Street
Elena Siemens
Frivolous or Functional? Examining the Benefits
Charles Freeman
of Fashion Shows in Academia
1645
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino, Consumption, Transhumanism
Sederholm, Woofter)
Antares Leask
From Innocence to Experience: How a Changing
Antares Leask
Cirrus Ballroom
Society Has Changed American Literary Serial
Killers
Surviving the Zombie Genre
Ray op'tLand
Aiden Buckland
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 34
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 35
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
TUESDAY 8:15P
1705
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies VI - Analog Role-playing
Sarah Lynne
Games: Psychological, Sociological, and
Bowman
An Educational Psychology View of Bleed
Gabriel de los Angeles
Examining Immersion: An Overview of Theories
Sarah Lynne Bowman
Aspen
Cultural Underpinnings
from Game Studies and Beyond
1710
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch
Explorations of the Whoniverse
April Toadvine
Dungeons, Dragons, and Masculinity
Aaron Trammell
The Companion Conundrum: The Crisis of Clara
April Toadvine
The Doctor Who Suite: Fan orchestras and
Tiffany Knoell
Redwood A
and Ginn)
participatory culture
Becoming Unstuck and The Heart of Gold: Time
Fiona Tozier
and Relitive Dimensions in Slaughterhouse Five,
The Resturaunt at the End of the Universe, and
Doctor Who
1711
Romance (Selinger)
Romance 6: Love / Stories: Narrative
Structures, Romance Aesthetics, and
Jessica Matthews
“I would rather hurt a man than love a woman”:
Jennifer Mitchell
Redwood B
Romance in/of Professional Wrestling Narratives
"Questing"
JoJo Moyes’ Me Before You Tests the Limits of
Jessica Matthews
the Romance Happy Ending
Begging on Your Knees: Repentance “Questing”
Jessica Chadbourne
and Masculinity in the Romance Novel
1715
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Comics and Comic Art: The Story of
Freim)
Terrence Wandtke Embedded meta/fictions: Cain and Abel and DC
Julia Round
Grand Ballroom A
Regulation and Approval
No Apologies for the Son of the Monster: From
Terrence Wandtke
EC Horror to Hellboy and The Goon
Is what you see what you get?: A content analysis
Natalya Vodopyanova
of the indicative nature of self-regulated comic
book covers and their content.
Thomas J. Brown
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 35
Panel #
1716
Topic Area (Area Chair) 36
Film (Palumbo)
Session Title
Film VI: Documentary Films: David
Session chair
Jenny Hanson
Presentation title
Presenter
Amateur versus Professional: Experimental and
Gracon, The Cove, The Look of Silence, &
Documentary Film and Video Works by David
Female Docu-Fiction
Gracon 1997-2015
Failing Flipper: How The Cove Has Empowered
David Gracon
Room
Grand Ballroom B
Mark Hollstein
Japan’s Dolphin Slaughter
Intertextuality, Rhythm, and the “Jurified
Elizabeth Gailey
Audience” as Affective Strategies in Joshua
Oppenheimer’s The Look of Silence
Docu-Fiction: A Path to Parity for Female
Jenny Hanson
Filmmakers
1717
Gender Studies (Peirce)
Gendered Spaces and Places
Natalie Boldt
Domestic Space and Identity: Joss Whedon’s
Melanie Marotta
Grand Ballroom C
Futuristic Frontier in Firefly
Rooms of Their Own: Man Caves, She Sheds, and
Tom Pace
the Reification of Traditional Gendered Space
The Illusive Quest for Utopia: A Look at Place,
Natalie Boldt
Gender, and Technology in Margaret Atwood’s
MaddAddam Trilogy
1718
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Gender and Media Studies VI: Gender
Debbie Phillips
Framed or Framed? Hillary Clinton Email Saga
Peta Long
Hegemonic Masculinity Within the Sports
Frank Vargas
Grand Ballroom D
Issues in Politics and Sports
Genre:A Study of Male Cultivation
"Nonverbal Leadership Styles of Male and Female
Sandra Halvorson
Political Candidates in 2016: Impression
Management via the Internet.”
Gendered Signs: Semiotics and Gender Politics in
Debbie Phillips
ESPN's "College GameDay"
1720
Music (Kitts)
Music 6: Music, Sound, and Race
Rachel Bachmann
"Desegregating the Charts: Crossovers, Cover
Beth Fowler
Capitol Hill
Songs, and Race on the Billboard Charts, 19531964"
1720
Invisible (L)inks: Aural Tradition and Ontological
Keidrick Roy
Design in Invisible Man
1720
Accidental Montage: Popular Music and Other
Rachel Bachmann
Manmade Sound in Döblin’s Berlin
Alexanderplatz
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 36
Panel #
1725
Topic Area (Area Chair) 37
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
New/Special Topics in Popular Culture Presenting the Midwest II
Mary Catherine
“Bebob-a-Bebop Rhubarb Pie”: Prairie Home
(Drushel)
Harper
Companion’s Mythic Storytelling of Our Midwest
Hannah Biggs
Turtle Eggs: A Short Story
Katherine Setzer
Creative prose reading: "The City Behind Me"
Curtis VanDonkelaar
Room
Issaquah A
and from the novel "Everything Empty Is Broken"
1728
Children's/YA Series Books and Dime Children's/YA Series Books and Dime
Novels (Keeline)
James Keeline
Novels IV
Once, He'd Seen The Devil: Religion, Family, and
Devin Magee
Leschi
Tradition in The Raven Cycle
The Discursive Formation of Harry Potter
Christina Ferraz
Harry Potter and the Protest Novel: Making a
Nicole Ingalls Caley
Case for the Magic of Literature
1729
1731
Fairy Tales (Caleb, Holland-Toll and
Fairy Tales Screening I: La Belle et la
Medina
Bete (1946)
Fairy Tales Screening I: La Belle et la Bete (1946)
Amanda Caleb
Linda Holland-Toll
Amanda Caleb
Nicks)
Sports (Price and Kiuchi)
Sports 6: (Auto)biographies and athletic
Andrew Baerg
Andrew Baerg
Ravenna B
bodies
The Paradox of Productivity and Peril: Analytics
and the 21st Century Athletic Body
Scoundrel: The Life And Times Of Sylvester
John Kovach
Franklin Wilson
“Constellation Prize (An Essay): My First Year
Billy Merck
Playing Professional Indoor Soccer”
1732
Beer Culture (Drushel)
Beer Culture V: Roundtable -- The State
Paul Bruski
The State of Beer Culture
Rekha Menon
Film screening -- Is the Heroine Truly the Hero
Paul Bruski
Adam Deutsch
of Beer Culture
Ravenna C
Annie Sugar
1733
1734
Indian Culture, Art and Media
Film Screening -- The Dirty picture --Is
(Menon)
the Heroine Truly the Hero of the Film
Medical Humanities: Health and
The Public's Health: Intersections of
Disease in Culture (Farkas)
Control, Education, and Culture in
Rekha Menon
Boren
Kirk Johnson
Columbia
of the Film
Carol-Ann Farkas
Race-Based Medicine: Propaganda & Contagion in
America’s Eugenics Era
American Healthcare
The Double-Edged Sword of Statistics: Race,
Erin Wuebker
Venereal Disease, and Public Health in America
The Louisiana Traiteur Tradition in three films
Christine Parkhurst
Illness Narratives Before Illness?
Allan Borst
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 37
Panel #
1736
Topic Area (Area Chair) 38
Session Title
Literature, Politics, & Society (Moore) Diversity of Disbeliefs: World Literature
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Abdulrasheed A.
What does Huysmans Have To Do With This?
Muhammad
The Strange Presence of an Icon of Decadent
Room
Elisabeth Sauvage-Callaghan Jefferson B
Literature in Michel Houellebecq's Submission.
The Great Game of Thrones: The Passage and
Elizabeth Sanderson
Passing of Arya Stark
Ngugi's Matigari and Adiga's The White Tiger as
Muhammad Alatrash
Counter-Narratives to the Neolibarl Age
1737
American Literature (Taylor)
American Literature VI: Experimental
Michele Janette
Works
“American” literature and the legacies of literary
Tim Galow
Seneca
nationalism
Algebra, Astronomy, and Parataxis: Lily Hoang's
Michele Janette
Parabola as interdisciplinary Flanerie
1745
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino, Welcome to Our Nightmare: Tuesday
Sederholm, Woofter)
Phil Simpson
Welcome to Our Nightmare: Tuesday Night Film
Night Film Screening: ZOMBEAVERS
Screening. Gothic, Horror, Stephen King, and
Phil Simpson
Mary Findley
(2015)
Vampire Areas Present Jordan Rubin's
Louis Palmer
ZOMBEAVERS (2014)
Jim Iaccino
Cirrus Ballroom
Carl Sederholm
Kristopher Woofter
Patrick McAleer
Rick McDonald
Natalie Wilson
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 38
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 39
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
WEDNESDAY 8:00AM
2002
2006
Creative Fiction Writing (Muir)
Motherhood/Fatherhood and Popular Culture (Podnieks)
Creative Fiction I: Life in Pieces
Lisa Muir
Constructions of Unconventional Motherhood Mario Liong
and Fatherhood in Movies and Print Media in Asia
Kissing Jonas Salk-- a short story.
Kit Givan
Disparate Voices
Aaron J. Housholder
Heritage
Suzanne Arakawa
Gay Parenting in Thai Cinema and Print Media
Atit Pongpanit
[Re]defining Motherhood: Pregnancy movies in
Isabella Ng
Diamond A
Cedar A
Contemporary Greater China
Representations of Chinese Fathers as Primary
Mario Liong
Caregivers in the Print Media in Hong Kong
2007
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Fan Culture and Romance Joint Panel: Erotics Ashleigh Curp
Across Disciplines
The Erotics of Fanfiction: Queering Fans,
Alexandra Garner
Cedar B
Works, and Communities in Modern Internet
Fandom
What Do Women Want? Chaste Vampires or
50 Shades of BDSM?
Jerri Lynn Hogg &
Pamela Rutledge
American Fujoshi: Queering the Consumption of
Sarah McGinley
Imported Beautiful Boys
"I want to touch you": Female audiences' desire
Ashleigh Curp
for a dominant
2009
Stephen King (McAleer and Simpson)
Stephen King I: Exploring King's Canon
Patrick McAleer
Do You Know Me? Expanding the Stephen King
Carl Sederholm
Madrona
Industry in the 1980s
Fantasy and Myth: The Importance of Rose
Kimberly Beal
Madder
“‘It feels tricksy to me,’” or, Losing Sleep over
Patrick McAleer
Stephen King’s Insomnia
2010
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and Ginn)
Exploring the Past, the Present, and the Future Michael Cornelius
Prophecy and Intersections of Pseudoclassical
Michael Cornelius
Redwood A
History and Fantasy
Memories from the Speculative Future:
Derek Sweet
Remembering Contemporary Dialogues in
Pacific Rim and Edge of Tomorrow
"Balance of Terror": Star Trek, History, and
Benjamin Hufbauer
National Security
Masters of Sex on the Beach
Paul Bender
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 39
Panel #
2014
Topic Area (Area Chair) 40
Mythology in Contemporary Culture (Rittenhouse)
Session Title
Mythic Themes in Film and Television
Session chair
Kate Rittenhouse
Presentation title
Presenter
The cinematic hero and heroine in the spring
Edward Eriksson
Mythological Interpretation of Star Wars: The
Harry E. Eiss
Room
Diamond B
Force Awakens
Feminist yet Foundational: The Mythology of
Glen Gill
Mad Max: Fury Road
Finite Frontiers: Deadwood and the Myth of the
Rebecca Diggs
American Dream
2015
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim)
Comics and Comic Art: Changes in Superhero Matthew Pustz
Comics from 1970s Forward
Transformations in Representation of
Yuri Shakouchi
Grand Ballroom A
Counterculture in Snapper Carr in Justice
League of America and Consumerism
A War That A Lot of People Don't LIke;:
Matthew Pustz
Critical Ambivalence Toward the Vietnam War
in Comic Books of the 1970s
2017
Gender Studies (Peirce)
Intersectionality and Identities
Alec Norkey
Inside-Out: Analysis of Transnational
Jocelyn Marshall
Grand Ballroom C
Identity(ies) in Maryam Keshavarz’s
Circumstance (2011)
Pretty Pretty Princesses: Hegemonic Femininity
Gary Strain
and Designated Masculinity
"STEPPS Ain’t No Square Dance": Blackness and
Danielle Schwartz
New Genders in Save the Last Dance
Intersectionality in Cyberspace:
Alec Norkey
Commercialization and Gender in Female
Ryouseiruis' Music Videos
2019
Dance and Dance Culture (Delgado and Atkins)
Dance and Culture I: Ballet Refracted through Libby Smigel
Archives, Literature, Photography, and TV
Tulle and Bright Lights: Selling Ballet through
Elizabeth Welch
Ballard
Photography
Ballet in the Living Room: Television and the
Jennie Scholick
New York City Ballet’s Americanization of
Ballet (1948-1962)
Caballero: The Life and Career of Nicholas
Darryl Clark
Magallanes
2020
Mythology in Contemporary Culture (Rittenhouse)
Re‐Storying the Movies
Jody Bower
The Storyteller Silenced: Disney's Wise Old Man
Priscilla Hobbs
Diamond B
and the Controversy of The Song of the South
Re-Storying Movies: How American Animated
Jody Bower
Fantasy Films Are Reimagining the Princess and
the Prince
Cross-Species Creatures and Contemporary
Jennifer Selig
Cross-Species Friendships: A Psycho-Comical
Comparison and Analysis
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 40
Panel #
2020
Topic Area (Area Chair) 41
Music (Kitts)
Session Title
Music 7: Antiestablishment Voices
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Linda M Moroziuk Music as a Defensive Weapon for Tradition and
Jacob Detelich
Room
Capitol Hill
Mythos
Metal Madness: The Black Sheep of the Music
Ryan Stinchcomb
Family
The Classic Blues and Black Feminism: The "Big
Linda M Moroziuk
Three of the Blues," Lucille Bogan, Ma Rainey,
and Bessie Smith
2024
American Literature (Taylor)
Willa Cather's Great Plains Trilogy: The
American Literature VII: The West and the Pacific Northwest
Jeanine Varner
Greenwood
Language, the Landscape, the Letters
“Django Unchained, Apparatuses of White
Bernadette V. Russo
Privilege, and the West that Never Was”by
Bernadette V. Russo
Inventing the Pacific Northwest Novel: Ella
Laura Laffrado
Rhoads Higginson’s Mariella of Out-West
2025
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers (Edgette)
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers V‐ Home and Abroad
Elisabeth Roark
Ken Kesey's Elegy: Sailor Song
Dan Stiffler
Isaac Watts, New England Tombstones, and
June Hobbs
Issaquah A
Shape-Note Singing in the South: The Alliance of
Death and Church Music in American Culture
The Cemetery Monuments of Phil Webb:
Dennis Montagna
Painted Concrete Remembrances in Hoisington,
Kansas
ARCHITECT DESIGNED MONUMENTS IN
Joyce Corbett
BUDAPEST CEMETERIES CA 1900
From Milan to Pittsburgh: Allegheny Cemetery's
Elisabeth Roark
Porter Angel and the Mobility of Italian
Cemetery Sculpture
2027
Medievalism in Popular Culture (Francis)
Arthurian Medievalism
Austin Deray
Once Upon a Medieval Time, or Bella Swan's
Christina Francis
Kirkland
Quest for Merlin
The Arthurian Quest Narrative in Paul Auster’s
V. Neethi Alexander
The Brooklyn Follies
King Arthur, Liu Bei, Princess Celestia - The
Matthew Dentice
Problem of "Ideal" Rulers
Bad Girls: Images of Female Villains in Medieval
Diana Vecchio
Popular Culture
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 41
Panel #
2028
Topic Area (Area Chair) 42
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Session Title
TV Identities
Session chair
Sarah Boeshart
Presentation title
Presenter
Red Show, Blue Show: A Content Analysis of
Room
Nicholas Rogers
Leschi
Liberals’ and Conservatives’ Respective
Television Favorites
From Race to Aliens: The Status of “Others” in
50-years of Star Trek.
Kathleen Heath &
Ann Carlisle
“Methinks things are looking up for people of
Katherine Lee
the darker hue”: Performativity and Identity on
Key and Peele
“They're Beating the Women, Nancy!” The
Sarah Boeshart
Disposable Minority in Television Political
Dramas
2029
Fairy Tales (Caleb, Holland‐Toll and Nicks) Fairy Tales V: Morality, Disney, and Alterations
Linda Holland‐Toll Morality and Child Nurturing through Fairy
VITALIS MSUGH TYONUM
Medina
Tales in Tiv Nation
In Mickey We Trust: An Argument on the
Amelie Claire Whitehurst
Relationship Between a Lack of Morals in Fairy
Tales and an Increase in the Financial
Importance
Disney Princess Culture: Female Agency and the
Kayla Schilke
Impact of Gender Roles
2032
Education, Teaching, History and Popular VI. Exploring Identity, Exploring the Self
Culture (Janak)
Karrol Jordan
Bridging the Confidence Gap: Creating a
Katherine Brumund
Ravenna C
Methodology of Teaching Self-Confidence to
Middle School Students
Pretty Deadly Fantasy: Picturing Identity in the
Sara Beam
College Writing Classroom
2033
Latin American Film and Media (Fitch)
Latin American Film and Media I
Christopher Donahue
Horror Genre and Education
Karrol Jordan
Bilingual Anglophone stars in Latin American co-
Michael Purvis
Boren
productions and their implications for processes
of distribution and canonization.
The Replication and Deconstruction of Colonial
Whitney Waites
Imperialism in También la lluvia
Subversion in the films of Lucrecia Martel
Christopher Donahue
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 42
Panel #
2034
Topic Area (Area Chair) 43
Comedy and Humor (Snaith)
Session Title
Pain, Immorality, Culture Clashes, and Just Plain Awkwardness: Why is This Funny?
Session chair
Phillip Gentile
Presentation title
Presenter
Ugly Aesthetics: Immorality and Obscenity in
Andrew Owen
Room
Columbia
Popular Culture
"Not so funny": The Equivocal Comedy of
Michael Mays
Albert Brooks
Comparative Comedy: Connecting
Jay Friesen
Multiculturalism and a Canadian Template for
Humor
In Separate Corners and in Pain: Strategies of
Phillip Gentile
Incongruity in the Boxing Performances of Joe E.
Brown and Harold Lloyd
2035
Rhetoric, Composition, and Popular Culture (Burg)
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular Culture VI Nicole Emmelahinz Teaching Multimodal Narrative Nonfiction in the
– Digital Composition
Composition Classroom
Command Shift ?: Digital Technology in the
Heather Comfort
Jefferson A
Nicole Emmelhainz
Student-Centered Composition Classroom
2036
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell and Establishing and Subverting Mystery Nyabuti)
Techniques
MaryKay Mahoney Behind the Binoculars: Voyeurism and the
Annika Deutsch
Jefferson B
Amateur Detective
No Easy Exit: The Island As Locked Room, As
Mary Anna Evans
Interpreted by Christie, James, and Lehane
“Getting to Know You”: Susan Dunlap’s
MaryKay Mahoney
Strategies in the Opening Novels of Her Four
Mystery Series
The Hyper Co-Dependence of Watson and
Traci‐Anne Canada
Holmes Through the Ages
2037
Theatre and Drama (Wiggins)
Theatre & Drama I: Mythic and Modern
Ebtehal Alkhateeb Remaking Myth: The Book of Mormon and Mr.
Karma Waltonen
Seneca
Burns
The Emergence of Modern Arab Theater: The
Abdulaziz Alabdullah
Theater in Kuwait
Teaching Euripides’ Medea in an Arabic Islamic
Ebtehal Alkhateeb
classroom
2039
Professional Development (Hancock and McClain)
Publishing Opportunities in Popular Culture and American Culture Studies
Gary Burns
Publishing Opportunities in Popular Culture and
American Culture Studies
Gary Burns
Bob Batchelor
Felicia Campbell
Gerald Duchovnay
Gary Edgerton
Kathy Merlock Jackson
Lynnea Chapman King
Thomas M. Kitts
Ann Larabee
Michael Marsden
Kathleen Turner
Gary Mitchem
Virginia
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 43
Panel #
2045
Topic Area (Area Chair) 44
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino, Sederholm, Woofter)
Session Title
Session chair
Welcome to Our Nightmare … Hangover: ZOMBEAVERS (2015)
Rick McDonald
Presentation title
Presenter
Welcome to our Nightmare ... Hangover:
ZOMBEAVERS (2015)
Room
Rick McDonald
Meaghan Clohessy
Darcy Anderson
Lisa Mongno
Cirrus Ballroom
Nicole Louise Reid
Diamond A
WEDNESDAY 9:45A
2102
Creative Fiction Writing (Muir)
Creative Fiction II: What If?
Nicole Louise Reid Fistfuls of Earth (excerpted from Pretend We
Are Lovely, a novel forthcoming from Tin
House Books)
2103
Mythology in Contemporary Culture (Rittenhouse)
Mythological Recycling: Ancient to Modern
Kate Rittenhouse
"Blur"
Jonathan Wlodarski
"Trespassing"
Deirdre Fagan
Gypsies
Amy Gottfried
The Mythical Threshold of Language: Myth,
Elizabeth Burr‐Brandstadt
Diamond B
Technology and Language
The Mythology of the Millenials: Superheroes,
Richard Schwab
Inside Out, Tulpas and Mr. Robot
Taylor Swift's Temple: Celebrity Worship and
Allison Stieger
Archetypal Energy in a Social Media Age
2105
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies VII ‐ Theorizing Game Studies
Josh Call
Will the Circle be Unbroken? The Use of
Wade Mcnutt
Aspen
Religion in Bioshock Infinite
“I will always be myself”: Youth and Mourning in
Amilcar Nogueira
Final Fantasy IX
"Somewhere Beyond The Sea": Liminality in
The Devil is in the Details: The Desire to Run a
2106
Motherhood/Fatherhood and Popular Culture (Podnieks)
Fathers in Film, Television, and Art
Rachel Epp Buller
'Bad' World (author: Katie Whitlock)
Picturing Paternity in Contemporary Art
Matthew Wysocki
Katie Whitlock
Josh Call
Rachel Epp Buller
We King Lear Now: (Re)Presenting Black
Robert Humphrey
Cedar A
Fatherhood in Empire
Fatherhood and the Subversion and Re-
Hannah Swamidoss
formation of Male Agency in Pixar's Up
The Reincarnation and Projection of Hegemonic
Fiona Green
Masculinity on T.V.'s Superdad and in Popular
Comedic Childbirth Guides for New Dads
2107
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Fandom As Protest Space
Timothy Craig
Deface and destroy: Fandom and political
Katie Wilson
Cedar B
protest
Always Keep (Nerd)Fighting: Durkheim’s
Tanya Cook
Collective Effervescence and Fandoms as
Reformative Social Movements
A Fan Culture in Crisis: How a fan group moves
Timothy Craig
into action
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 44
Panel #
2108
Topic Area (Area Chair) 45
Advertising (Swindell)
Session Title
Advertising I: Psychology and pop culture
Session chair
Christopher Swindell
Presentation title
Presenter
Awareness Ribbons as Memetic Texts:
Jennifer Miller
Room
Juniper
Philanthropy, Cause-Based Marketing, and
Corporate Social Responsibility
Your Grandchildren Will Grow Up Under
“Easy for you to explain...easy for her to use.”:
Advertizing the Pill
Branding and Higher Education: A Marriage of
Victoria Grieve
Anna Reser
Leila McNeill
Patricia Campbell
Ambivalence
Controversial Advertising Campaigns: Cheap
Mary Lou Kohne
Ploys or Effective Strategies?
2109
Stephen King (McAleer and Simpson)
Stephen King II: Reading, Writing, and Critiquing King
Phil Simpson
This Character is About to Die: Stephen King's
Matthew Holman
Madrona
Aggressive Foreshadowing
Curiosity Killed the Cat: A Lack of Satisfaction
Rebecca Frost
in From a Buick 8 and The Colorado Kid
Head Over Heels in Love with Reading: The
Phil Simpson
Fatal Attaction Between Reader and Writer in
Finders Keepers
2110
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and Ginn)
Heroes
Thomas Parham
“Woman Up!”: The Ascent of the Female Hero
Thomas Parham
Thomas Parham
The Super Soldier as the New “Hero”
Jayce Shea Chow
Thomas Parham
Since You Won’t Listen to Me, Listen to
Nicole Drew
Redwood A
Philosophy and Ethics (Or, Why Batman Needs
Robin)
Thomas Parham
The Kingsmen Agents: A Reimaging of the
Jim Iaccino
Archetypal Knights of The Round Table
2111
Romance (Selinger)
Romance 7: States of the Art in Romance Scholarship
Eric Selinger
Sheik, Rattle, and Roll: Getting down with
Heather Schell
Redwood B
Recent Research on the Sheik Romance
Virgin and/or Sexpot: Desire and the Romance
Jayashree Kamble
Heroine in Susan Napier’s Love in the Valley
(1985)
From 'Romancing the Academic' to the 'Good
Catherine Roach
Sex Manisexto': What I Learned from Writing
Romance Novels and Where these Lessons
Take Me Next
2115
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim)
Comics and Comic Art: Muslim Superheroes: Comics, Religion, and Diversity
Hussain Rashid
Secularism and Religious Pluarlism in Ms. Marvel
David McConeghy
A Matter of Identity: Semiotics and the Muslim
Asher Klassen
Grand Ballroom A
Superhero
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 45
Panel #
2116
Topic Area (Area Chair) 46
Film (Palumbo)
Session Title
Film VII‐‐Superheroes: Robocop, Captain America, & Batman
Session chair
Sara Roncero‐
Menendez
Presentation title
Presenter
Misremembering the War in Captain America:
Room
Brian Patton
Grand Ballroom B
The First Avenger
The Batcave that Trauma Built: The Dark Knight
Sara Roncero‐Menendez
Trilogy and Narratives of Trauma
Hope and Rebirth: The Representation of Youth
Michael Kimball
in Post-Apocalyptic Narratives
2117
Gender Studies (Peirce)
Selves: Sufficient, Sustainable Images
Valerie Padilla Carroll
GLASS CEILING OR GLASS JAW? Gender as
Root of Biased Blame Attribution in
Sreyoshi Dey
Jonathan Borden
Grand Ballroom C
Contemporary Politics and its Implications for
Post-Crisis Image Restoration
"100% Self-Sustainable": De-gendering the Flesh
Rebecca Fussell
in Pumzi (2010)
Good Neighbors and Doomsday Preppers:
Valerie Padilla Carroll
Television’s Gendered Construction of Selfsufficiency
2118
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Art and Design Culture I
ANNA KURENNAYA She Wants Revenge: Fashioning Resilience Upon
Kimberly Jenkins
Grand Ballroom D
the Lovelorn Celebrity Body
The Rise of the New ‘Blue Rinse Brigade’: The
ANNA KURENNAYA
Impact of Celebrities on the Social History of
‘Unnatural’ Hair Color
The Bump-As-Accessory: The Maternal Body in
Laura Snelgrove
American Fashion Magazines
No Laughing Matter: Melissa McCarthy, Rebel
Lauren Downing Peters
Wilson and the Evolving Discourse of Plus-Size
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 46
Panel #
2119
Topic Area (Area Chair) 47
Dance and Dance Culture (Delgado and Atkins)
Session Title
Dance and Culture II: Dance Legacies
Session chair
Jen Atkins
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
Jazz Dance in America: A Cultural Lens
Paula Peters
Dancing Schools and Dens of Vice: Progressive
Jessica Ray Herzogenrath
Ballard
Reform Legacies in Chicago Dance Halls, 19001940
What is virtuosity in popular dance? 1930s
Libby Smigel
Follies star Harriet Hoctor and ballet great
George Balanchine and their 21st century
counterparts
Dancing Walking, Staging Labor: Olivier Dubois'
Alison Bory
Tragédie (co-author Ying Zhu)
The Avant-Garde and the Cultural Old Guard:
Patricia Peknik
Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk
Music and the Politics of Ethnic Revival
Elvis, Gals, Songs and Kurt Russell in Seattle,
Harry Sewlall
1962
"Doo Wop Acappella as Folk Music, Folk Art,
Lawrence Pitilli
and Performance Art"
2124
American Literature (Taylor)
"A willing captive, brother": American
American Literature VIII: War and Storytelling
Steven Server
Greenwood
Sensations with a Mechanic Accent
American Military Gazes on Okinawa in
Yukinori Tokuyama
American Novels
Just Like a Movie, Only More So:
Ashley Kunsa
Representation, Reality, and Embedded
Reporting in Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk
2125
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers (Edgette)
Cemeteries and Gravemarkers VI‐ Bronx's Woodlawn
J. Joseph Edgette
The Next Generation of Cemetery Stewards:
Susan Olsen
Issaquah A
The Woodlawn Cemetery and the World
Monuments Fund
“Everyone has a book in them but in most cases
lynn radke
that’s where it should stay.” –Christopher
Hitchens or Barry Maybury or Joseph Russell
Lunes or Karl Kraus or Hal Borland or W.
Somerset Maugham or…
Where Faces Become Biographies: The Essence
J. Joseph Edgette
of Woodlawn’s Faces
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 47
Panel #
2126
Topic Area (Area Chair) 48
Children's Literature and Culture (Doughty)
Session Title
Session chair
Children's Literature and Culture V: Race and Rebecca Brown
Gender
Presentation title
Presenter
Losing the Game of Representation: The
Room
Rebekah Bruce
Issaquah B
Invisibility of African American Female Athletes
in Children’s Picturebooks (1980 – 2015)
Publishing In Color
Marcus Haynes
Looking Like a Girl: Embodying Girlhood
Rachel Rickard
through Objects and Art in Graphic Narratives
About Middle School Girls
Labor in Space: Challenging Race, Gender, and
Rebecca Brown
Class in Interstellar Cinderella
2127
Medievalism in Popular Culture (Francis)
Games, Gaming, and Medievalism
Elizabeth Wawrzyniak
How We Play Medievalism: Board Games and
James Howard
Kirkland
the Procedural Rhetoric of Gender
Exploring the Scadian Known World: A Current
Christopher LeClere
Middle Ages Born out of Pop-Culture to Protest
Modernity
Absent Mothers: The Feminized ‘Dark Ages’ in
Daisy Black
Modern Board and Card Game Cultures
"The Most Unambitious of Monarchs": Doctor
Peter Lee
Doom and the Cold War Middle Ages in Marvel
Comics' The Fantastic Four
2128
2129
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry (Manning)
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry I ‐ Observing Katie Manning
Phantom Dust: Poetry of Memory
Poetry as Observation
Debbie Campbell
Creative Poetry Reading: from Phantom Hour
James Meetze
Reassembling Dust
fred alsberg
Fairy Tales (Caleb, Holland‐Toll and Nicks) Fairy Tales VI: Teaching, Sexual Predation, and Linda Holland‐Toll Spiderwomon’s Lesbian Fairy Tales: Gender and
Wolves
Genre in the Classroom
Teaching Fairy Tales in Writing-Intensive
Elizabeth Schreiber‐Byers
Leschi
Medina
Jessica Campbell
Courses
Caution and Curiosity: Allegories of Sexual
Laura Thipphawong
Predation in Christina Rossetti's Goblin Market
and Angela Carter's 'The Company of Wolves'
Wiping out the Big Bad Wolf and Waiting for
Linda Holland‐Toll
the Prince: The Influence of Archetypes in
Contemporary American Culture
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 48
Panel #
2130
Topic Area (Area Chair) 49
Punk Culture (Cecil)
Session Title
PunkAdemics
Session chair
Kevin Egan
Presentation title
Presenter
Punk Cinema Pedagogy
Greta Methot
Kill the Poor: Punk Rock and the Art of Satire
Zachary Dobbins
Higher Education's Post-Punk Moment: Radical
Kevin Egan
Room
Ravenna A
Content Meets Radical Form
2131
Women's Studies (Kent)
"Women Who Rock" Archivista Praxis, Feminist Storytending, and Chicana Radio Rasquachismo, and Decolonial Archive Building for a Digital Era"
2132
Education, Teaching, History and Popular VII: Tapping Technlogy, Using Gaming
Culture (Janak)
Nicole Robert
Women Who Rock Storytending
Angelica Macklin
Ravenna B
Yikai Zhao
Let's Play: Video Game Play as a Vehicle for
Mary Sealy
Ravenna C
Improving Inquiry and Literacy
The effects of Narrative Public Service
Yikai Zhao
Announcement on education of AED use in
mainland China
2133
Latin American Film and Media (Fitch)
Latin American Film and Media II
Georgia Seminet
Triste Alegría (Joyful Sadness): A filmic journey
Sonia De La Cruz
Boren
of a citizen child of undoccumented parents
Harrowing Journeys: Documenting Central
Susana Martinez
American Transmigration across Mexico
A Moment in Time: Children, Nation and Future
Georgia Seminet
in Contemporary Cuban Film
2135
Rhetoric, Composition, and Popular Culture (Burg)
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular Culture VII Kalyn Prince
– Feminist Lenses
Rhetoric and Display: “Wendy’s Got You
Melvin Beavers
Jefferson A
Covered”Daytime Talk Shows as Epideictic and
Teaching Aristotle’s Five Cannons
Let’s Pretend Joan Rivers is a Feminist Icon: A
Gina Prescott
Rhetorical Analysis of Joan Rivers' Complicated
Portrayal of Female Empowerment
They’re Funny so it’s Okay: Shaping a Feminist
Kayla Sparks
Dialogic Through the Rhetoric of Comedic
Memoir
The Power of the Pantsuit: A Rhetorical Analysis
Kalyn Prince
of Hillary Clinton's Campaign Wardrobe
2136
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel) Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies V: Monsters, Noir, and Comics
Michelle Wise
The Homoerotics and Monstrous Otherness of
Michael Johnson Jr.
Jefferson B
Teen Wolf
True Detective: Noir's Queer Web
Scott Stoddart
Graphic Sexuality and Mystique Women: Lesbian
Michelle Wise
Representation in Comics
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 49
Panel #
2137
Topic Area (Area Chair) 50
Theatre and Drama (Wiggins)
Session Title
Session chair
Theatre & Drama II History and Tradition
Anne Greenfield
Presentation title
Presenter
A Quantitative Approach to London Theatre,
Anne Greenfield
Room
Seneca
1660-1720
“’Not quite as popular as me!’ Exploring the
Sonora Ruelas
Theatres’ Return from Elite to Popular with
Wicked
2139
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and LaPorchia Davis
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and Design V: Consumerism
Appearance Related Apprehensions among
College Students
Communicating African American Beauty: 25
Years of Essence Magazine
Did you see that cover? The evolution of
African American women’s hair braiding styles
Priscilla Gitimu
Virginia
Kalari Flotree
Mary Alice Casto
LaPorchia Davis
Cedria Stevenson
projected through media
From Historical Costumes to Mass-Market
2145
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino, Sederholm, Woofter)
Existential Horror: IT FOLLOWS and THE RETURNED
Charles Hoge
Fashion: Examining the Effectiveness of Redesign
Queer Ethics, Urban Spaces, and the Horrors of
Huie Liang
Chuanlan Liu
David Church
Cirrus Ballroom
Monogamy in It Follows
“‘Til Human Voices Wake Us and We Drown”:
Meaghan Clohessy
The Naturalization of Death in Robert David
Mitchell’s It Follows
“What It Follows Follows: A Walk-Through the
Charles Hoge
Nightmarish Fragments of a New Sexually
Transmitted Monster (STM)”
WEDNESDAY 11:30A
2202
2203
Creative Fiction Writing (Muir)
Mythology in Contemporary Culture (Rittenhouse)
Creative Fiction III: Relationships
Myths of Dismembering and Rescue
Thomas Allbaugh
Kate Rittenhouse
The Other Pictures
Thomas Allbaugh
Creative Fiction: "Flight Path"
Angela Jones
Curve (Short Fiction Reading)
Jason Carney
Life Inside an Abandoned Building:Mythological
Joey Paynter
Diamond A
Diamond B
Perspectives on the World’s Suffering Soul
From Euripides to the Zerg Hive: Sarah Kerrigan
Eric Murnane
as a Modern Reimagination of the Medean
Revenge Tragedy
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 50
Panel #
2205
Topic Area (Area Chair) 51
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Session Title
Game Studies VIII ‐ Understanding Game Narratives
Session chair
Cathie LeBlanc
Presentation title
Presenter
Representation in Non-Linear Narratives: Text-
Lauren Brentnell
Room
Aspen
Based Games and the Question of Agency
Music as Speech:Narrative in Video Game Music
Carrie Evans
The Future of Video Game Narrative
Ashland Pym
Interactive Narrative Games: A Case Study
Cathie LeBlanc
Comparison of Decision-making in GenreBending Video Games
2206
Motherhood/Fatherhood and Popular Culture (Podnieks)
Maternity Online: Blogs, Bodies, and Backlashes
Brenda Boudreau
Blogging the Backlash: Homeland, The
Brenda Boudreau
Cedar A
Americans, and Masters of Sex
A Content Analysis of For-profit Mommy Blogs
Mary S. Norman
Domesticity and Debris: Postfeminism and the
Kristi Humphreys
Wasteful Housework Product
2207
American Literature (Taylor)
Behind Every Powerful Man: The Status of the
American Literature IX: Reading Gender
Ariel Santos
Cedar B
Wife in The Great Gatsby and Pedro Páramo
The Mythic Sorority in Joyce Carol Oates’s
Srirupa Chatterjee
Foxfire: Confessions of a Girls Gang
Gender in Fiction and the Fiction of Gender:
Taylor Dereadt
Transhistoric Gender Identity in Stone Butch
Blues and Beyond
2208
Advertising (Swindell)
Advertising II: Language, learning, and low blows!
Christopher Swindell
Quién es 'el otro': Language, Culture, and
Jason Carr
Juniper
Product Placements - A third-person effect pilot
study
Advertising is Just Ducky! How and Why
Lotte Larsen
Rubber Ducks are used in Advertising and
Promoting many Different Products
Promoting Perpetuity: Funderal advertising
Linda Ferguson
where all sales are final
Monetizing Free Social Media in China: Win-win
Bowen Gao
Strategy of Businesses on WeChat as an
Advertising Platform Wearing a Mask Of
Customization
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 51
Panel #
2209
Topic Area (Area Chair) 52
Stephen King (McAleer and Simpson)
Session Title
Stephen King III: King's Violent Gothic
Session chair
Rebecca Janicker
Presentation title
Presenter
Mourning the Masculine: Stephen King’s Lisey’s
Mike Thorn
Room
Madrona
Story in the Gothic Tradition
“Horrific Sympathies: The Comingling of
Hayley Haugen
Violence and Mental Illness in Stephen King.”
“Time to Open the Door”: From The Shining to
Rebecca Janicker
Doctor Sleep
2210
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and Ginn)
Romance/Science Fiction Fantasy Special Session 1
Eric Selinger
Rhetoric of Genre Definitions: Am I Reading
Suanna Davis
Redwood A
Science Fiction or Romance?
Asian Steampunk and Techno-Orientalism:
Erin Young
Jeannie Lin's Gunpowder Chronicles
Loving the machine and hating the factory in
Sarah Ficke
steampunk romance
Love in the Time of Devouring Monstrosities
Eric Selinger
that Lie in Wait Beyond the Stars: Queer
Retrofuturism, H. P. Lovecraft, and Alexis Hall's
Prosperityverse
2211
Aging and Senior Culture (Augustyn)
Health Challenges and Care Benefits
Frederick J. Augustyn, Jr.
A Cross Cultural Comparison of Visual Images
Elizabeth Spencer
Redwood B
within Alzheimer's Care Facility Websites (coauthor Alicia Mason)
Death Is Not a Choice; Where and How Can
Dan Fuller
Be: Ten Days at Hospice
Change Management and the Elderly - How
Gad Ravid
Changes Should be addressed- The Case of an
Israeli Kibbutz (co-author Amir Har Gil)
2215
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim)
Comics and Comic Art: Superhero Comics: Masculinity and Feminism
Aimee Vincent
Wonder Women in Comics: On the Page and
Lola Watson
Grand Ballroom A
Behind the Pen
Feminism, Redemption and Violence in The
Imagination as Feminist Rhetoric in Batwoman:
Joan Ormrod
Aimee Vincent
Elegy
2216
Film (Palumbo)
Film VIII‐‐Forty Years of Jaws: A Roundtable Retrospective
Brad Duren
Forty Years of JAWS: A Roundtable
Retrospective
Phil Simpson
Heide Crawford
Mary Findley
Brad Duren
Grand Ballroom B
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 52
Panel #
2217
Topic Area (Area Chair) 53
Gender Studies (Peirce)
Session Title
Toxic Masculinities
Session chair
Cameron Tyrrell
Presentation title
Presenter
“It’s Not Gay, It’s Bromance”: A Critical
Sam Kizer
Room
Grand Ballroom C
Analysis of #MasculinitySoFragile and
Reimagining the Bro Kingdom
Gender-Neutrality or Aggressive Masculinity?:
Philippa Adams
"Strong Female Characters" in Science Fiction
Television
Meditations on Masculinity: Ritual and
“Your Hate Has Made You Powerful”:
Kim Jackson
Cameron Tyrrell
Southpaw, Toxic Masculinity, and the Art of
Transformation
2218
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Art and Design Culture II
Jessica Jacobs
Evolution of Marketing Strategies Used by Visual
Artists from Renaissance to Present
Your Art Here: Satire, Commerce and
Jessica Jacobs
Sandra Kumorowski
Katharine Wright
Grand Ballroom D
Conceptual Art
Banksy, Hip, and Inauthentic Authenticity
Stephen doCarmo
Spectacle as luxury: Bjork, contemporary
Thomai Serdari
spectacle maker, a case study
2220
Music (Kitts)
Music 9: Music and Religion
Theodore Trost
Terror Most Sacred: Heavy Metal as Satanic
Sara Sutler‐Cohen
Capitol Hill
Messenger in Horror Films & Music Videos
"The American Ruse": Religious Rhetoric, Erotic
Theodore Trost
Politics, and the MC-5
Holy Rollers, Rock and Rollers, and the Birth of
James Cosby
Rock Music
2224
War After 1945: Literature, History, Culture, and the Arts (Prescott)
Through War Toward Peace
Renate Prescott
Children of war: an oral history
Renate Prescott
"Breaking Bread: A Means to Sustain Humanity
Lynn Shoemaker
Greenwood
during Wartime: Anna Badkhen's _Peace Meals-"
PTSD and Malaise in the Wake of the Vietnam
Roger Chapman
War: Making Sense/Nonsense of the Operations
Manual for the First Earth Battalion
Thank You for Your Service: Negotiating the
Allyson Booth
Civilian-Military Divide in Phil Klay’s
Redeployment
An Irregular Analysis: Examining the South
Jeffrey Meriwether
African WarThrough the Lens of Modern
Insurgencies
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 53
Panel #
2225
Topic Area (Area Chair) 54
Science & Popular Culture (Gil and Lott)
Session Title
Science and Society
Session chair
Bill Lott
Presentation title
Presenter
Science is no longer the new god, and necessity
Bill Lott
Room
Issaquah A
is the neglected grandmother of invention.
Mechanization, Machine Intelligence and Society
Terrell Haughton
Redefining Time: A Look at Theatrical and
Jeanne Tiehen
Museum Representations of the Atomic Bomb
2226
Children's Literature and Culture (Doughty)
Children's Literature and Culture VI: Classic and Historical Texts
Pat Pflieger
A Land for Animals, A Space for Children: The
Eleanor Huntington
Issaquah B
Landscape in Australian Family Films
The Young Scholar of Boxen: Attempted
Keith Dorwick
Scholarly Annotations of C. S. Lewis in the
Boxen Manuscripts
There’s a Watchbird Watching You: Munro Leaf
Fran Hassencahl
Publishes Children’s’ Books on Manners and
Morals.
How Prehistoric Beasts Met Nineteenth-
Pat Pflieger
Century American Children
2227
Medievalism in Popular Culture (Francis)
Masculinity in George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones
John C. Ford
All Our Old Heroes Are Dead: The Nostalgia of
Elizabeth Wawrzyniak
Kirkland
Chivalry and the Myth of the “Good War” in
Game of Thrones
Secrets and Lies: The Roles Silence and
Austin Deray
Supremacy Play in a Medieval Court
The Stunted Power Dynamics of the Beloved
Abby Daniel
Other: An Exploration of Tyrion’s Lannister’s
Subversion of Othering and Chivalric Honor
2228
2229
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry (Manning)
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry II ‐ Zoonotic Cindy King
Culture: Poetry of People & Place
Fairy Tales (Caleb, Holland‐Toll and Nicks) Fairy Tales VII: Miscellaneous Fairy Tales & Literature
Amanda Caleb
Poetry in American Culture: Contemporary
Daniel Xerri
Leschi
Poets’ Perspectives
Carry On (Elegies): Poems by Adam Deutsch
Adam Deutsch
Selections from Zoonotic
Cindy King
The Villainous Hero: Moral Hypocrisy within
Zachary Metcalfe
Medina
“Jack and the Beanstalk”
"The Steadfast Tin Soldier": Romantic Hero
Kirsten Møllegaard
Turned Tragic Lover
The Friends of English Fairies: Jonathan Strange
Ellen Stengel
and Mr. Norrell and Intertextuality
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 54
Panel #
2230
Topic Area (Area Chair) 55
Punk Culture (Cecil)
Session Title
Punk Diaspora
Session chair
Sarah Aleshire
Presentation title
Presenter
Being “A Little Punk”: Deconstructing the
Theresa Winge
Room
Ravenna A
Authenticity of Die Antwoord
Toward a Punk Diaspora: The Rhetoric and
Sarah Aleshire
Production of Punk Space
“Afro-punk is like Disneyland” (Angela Davis
Angela Nurse
2013): An Examination of the subcultural dress
at AFROPUNK music festivals
If I Can't Dance, I Don't Want to Be Part of
Pearson Bolt
Your Revolution
2231
2232
Women's Studies (Kent)
Creating Feminist Spaces in Old and New Media
Education, Teaching, History and Popular VIII: Popularizing History
Culture (Janak)
Kirsten Fitzgerald
Andrew Grunzke
“Hot Chicks” and “Inspirational Women”:
Kirsten Fitzgerald
Portrayals of and Responses to the Women of
The Media(ted) Girl: Creating (Feminist) Spaces
Laura E. Rattner
Exploring the Texas Hill Country: Using Local
Resources and Local History to Illuminate the
Jeannette Cockroft
Kathie S. Walker
Ravenna B
Ravenna C
Challenges of the 21st Century
Getting Students to Deconstruct Popular
Samuel Brower
Culture Representations in History Classrooms
Using Multimodal Literacy to Teach Gender
Andrew Grunzke
History Through Comic Books or: How “The
Wonder Women of History” Became “Marriage
A La Mode”
2233
Latin American Film and Media (Fitch)
Latin American Film and Media III
Melixa Abad Izquierdo
The Battle of Puebla Commemorated in
Miguel Aguilera
Boren
Mexican Film and Culture
BeIN: an emerging sports cable network
Henry Puente
Mexican Teleteatros: The Cultural Politics of
Melixa Abad Izquierdo
Primetime Melodrama
2234
Comedy and Humor (Snaith)
Trigger Warning!! Comedy, Gender, and Race Steven Benko
Allies and Adversaries: Male Comedians,
David Gillota
Columbia
Masculinity, and Feminism
"I Need a Bortion": Grandma and the Pro-
Ryan Pumroy
Choice Comedy Film
Charlize Theron Menstruated All Over My
Steven Benko
Masculinity: Humor as a Response to Mad Max:
Fury Road's Surprise Feminism
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 55
Panel #
2235
Topic Area (Area Chair) 56
Rhetoric, Composition, and Popular Culture (Burg)
Session Title
Rhetoric, Composition and Popular Culture VIII – Mediums & Messages
Session chair
Kimberly Daniels
Presentation title
Presenter
Confessional Turns in Popular Media: Burke's
Mark Williams
Room
Jefferson A
Tropes as Protagonistic Atonements
Oh, Indeed: What Characters from the Wire
Leslie Taylor
Can Teach Us About The Evidence of Literacy
The Rhetoric of John Oliver: How Last Week
Kimberly Daniels
Tonight gets America to do More than Just
Listen and Laugh
Studying the “Truth” Out There: Conspiracy
Cheryl Carithers
Theories in Composition and Rhetoric
Classrooms
2236
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel) Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies VI: Texts and Subtexts
Michael Perez
Crossing the Asymptote: Disrupting
Karla Rodriguez
Jefferson B
Normativity and Embracing Normality in
Contemporary Young Adult Literature
Sapphic Subtexts in Toulouse-Lautrec's Au
Zoe Carlson
Moulin Rouge
He Ain't Heavy, He's My Bromance
Michael Perez
Homoerotica and Homoromance in Le Fanu's
Henrique Saldana
Carmilla
2237
Theatre and Drama (Wiggins)
Theatre & Drama III Wrestling as Theatre
Christopher Maverick
Watchin’ Rasslin’ on the T.V. with Grannie: The
Dan Mathewson
Seneca
Southern Sport of Professional Wrestling
Wrestling on the Border of the New America
A.J. Ortega
and Old Mexico: Deconstructing Lucha
Underground’s Mexican American Aesthetics
Discursive difference between NXT Women
JH Roberts
and WWE Divas
2238
African‐American Culture (Sherrod)
African‐American Culture II: Space, Place, Agency and Language
Elgie Sherrod
Time to Live: Sylvester Outley, Retrieve Prison
carol bunch davis
University
Farm, and the Question of Agency
African American Church Fans and the Stench
Yvonne Atkinson
of Eugenics
Incorporating African-American Traditions into
James E. Bryan
the History of Interiors and Furnishings
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 56
Panel #
2239
Topic Area (Area Chair) 57
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Christina Lindholm Preliminary Analysis about Applying Buzi Pattern
Design VI: Cultural Dress
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and of the Ming Dynasty to Modern Leisurewear
Strubel)
Design
Understanding the longevity of the traditional
Zhiya Dong
Huie Liang
Room
Virginia
Shweta Reddy
Indian clothing style: Using the Affordance
theory
Female Identity Through Vietnamese Tribal
Dress
Importing the World; 50 Shades of Black Abayas
Jill Carey &
Chanel Mendonca
Christina Lindholm
WEDNESDAY 1:15P
2302
2306
Creative Fiction Writing (Muir)
American Literature (Taylor)
Creative Fiction IV: Holding to Beliefs
Richard V. McGehee
American Literature X: Reassessments of Southern Literature
Brother Harold
Richard V. McGehee
The Altar
Grace Epstein
Wounding Radius: A Short Story
Constance Squires
Zero O'Clock on the Tenth of Nothing
Lisa Muir
Caddy Compson: The Fall of the Old South
Rebekah Barnes
William Faulkner's Queer but Heteronormative
Erin Callahan
Diamond A
Cedar A
Masculine Identities
Gender and Alienation in Wright's Native Son
Evan Scruton
White History Week: James Baldwin's Modest
Dubek Laura
Proposal and the Liberation of Atticus Finch
2307
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Fan Culture and Romance Joint Panel: Supernatural
KT Torrey
And the Fourth Wall Came Tumbling Down:
Alena Karkanias
Cedar B
Lessons from Supernatural's Renegotiation of
Fan-Creator Relationships
"John Winchester’s A+ Parenting": Supernatural
JSA Lowe
Fandom’s Symbolic Order and Semiotic Chora
I Broke-up with Supernatural: Pleasure, Pain, and
Linda Baughman
Romantic Narratives.
2309
Sports (Price and Kiuchi)
Sports 7: Sports controversies
Mark Howell
Fuck You, Supernatural
KT Torrey
Building a Better Business: NASCAR's Quest for
Mark Howell
Madrona
Competitive Quality
American Football in Cold War France
Russ Crawford
Reconsidering the “Redskins:” A History of
Ryan Swanson
Controversial Sports Franchise Names
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 57
Panel #
2310
Topic Area (Area Chair) 58
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and Ginn)
Session Title
Romance/Science Fiction Fantasy Special Session 2
Session chair
Gillian Leitch
Presentation title
Presenter
Romancing the Who: Romantic Love and
Room
Gillian Leitch
Redwood A
Relationships in Doctor Who
Outlander: Sex as the Expression of Relationship
Yvonne Leach
Dynamics in the Book and the TV Show
What Armstrong’s Otherworld Says About the
Jessica Birch
Real World
Geek Speak Aphrodisiac: Eroticism and
Peggy Bowers
Erudition in Lost Girl
2311
Aging and Senior Culture (Augustyn)
Maturing, Aging, and Cultural Expectations
Frederick J. Augustyn, Jr.
What's their expiration date?: Age
Bianca Tomlin
Redwood B
Discrimination in the Workplace
Baddie Winkle: Creating a New Senior Moment
Cana Crosby
Senior Culture among Library
Frederick J. Augustyn, Jr.
Employees—Access, Appreciation, Attitudes
2315
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim)
Comics and Comic Art: Subject Based Comics Rachel Graf
Pedagogy
Teaching History Through Comics
Rachel Graf
Teaching, connecting, and having fun: The
Cyndi Wiley
Grand Ballroom A
interplay between empathy, play, and comics in
software learning
Watching Comics, Reading Film: On Teaching
Paul Morton
How a Mosquito Operates and Spider-Man 2
2316
Film (Palumbo)
Film XIX‐‐American Mythmakers on Film and Gary Edgerton
Television: Ford, Disney, Burns, Lucas
John Ford: American Mythmaker at Midway
Sue Matheson
Disney’s Mythic Misfire: Narrative and Music in
Kathy Merlock Jackson
Grand Ballroom B
Song of the South
Ken Burns as Bricoleur: American Originals,
Gary Edgerton
Stories, and the Raw Materials of Culture
George Lucas Out of Love: Divorce, Darkness
Richard Ravalli
and Reception in the Origin of PG-13
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 58
Panel #
2317
Topic Area (Area Chair) 59
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Session Title
Gender and Media Studies VII: Gender, Race and Animation on Television
Session chair
Margaret France
Presentation title
Presenter
“Bye, Felicia!”: Negotiating Black Femininity
Dana Calhoun
Room
Grand Ballroom C
through Speech in Empire, Scandal, and How to
Get Away with Murder
“One Black Man and Three Well-Heeled White
Shawna Felkins
Women”: An Intersectional Analysis of Southern
Femininity in Designing Women
Assimilating Brown Bodies: Feminism and Race
Gohar Siddiqui
in The Mindy Project
Boys are from Mars, Girls are From Venus, I’ve
Margaret France
Got a Yum Yum, Mom has a Penis: Gender-blind
Voice Casting and Butch Desire in Bob’s Burgers
2318
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Art and Design Culture III
Joy Sperling
Ellen Andrée Beyond the Muse
paul lester
Driving in Style: How a woman designer helped
Sarah Horne
Grand Ballroom D
Studebaker survive the Great Depression
Strategies for Display and Sale of Pueblo “Arts
Joy Sperling
and Crafts” in the 1920s and 1930s.
2320
Music (Kitts)
Music 10: Jazz and Theory
Garth Alper
Mathematics and Music Theory: A Different
Alex Dunbar
Capitol Hill
Approach to Thinking About Art
“Doing your do”: Wynton Marsalis, T. S. Eliot,
Jeff Wimble
and the Idea of Artistic Tradition
The Controversy of Jazz: A Liberating and
Bernie Murray
Sensuous Genre of Improvisational Music
The Surprising Popularity of Dave Brubeck’s
Garth Alper
Music
2324
War After 1945: Literature, History, Culture, and the Arts (Prescott)
War in the Middle East and Modern Insurgencies
Ralph Carlson
American Sniper – The Book, The Movie, The
Ralph Carlson
Greenwood
Critics, and The Controversies
The Iraqi/Afghani Translator in Contemporary
Jonathan Snyder
War Fiction
“Jihadi Cool”: The Rhetorical Vernacular of the
Justin Grandinetti
Islamic State
The War Against War Literature: Sanitizing the
Dale Ritterbusch
History and Literature of the Vietnam War
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 59
Panel #
2325
Topic Area (Area Chair) 60
Science & Popular Culture (Gil and Lott)
Session Title
Science and Television
Session chair
Paul Mountfort
Presentation title
Presenter
A Paradoxical Opposition? Transhumanism
Room
Paul Mountfort
Issaquah A
versus Accelerationism in Serial SF tv
Science on Television: The Case of J. Robert
Lindsey Banco
Oppenheimer
The figure of the multi facets scientist in tv
Stefania Antonioni
series: the cases of Penny Dreadful and The
Knick
When science is blended into pop culture - A
Roberta Bartoletti
Chun Ju Huang
comparative study to investigate the
technoscience images as shown in TV drama
series
2326
Children's Literature and Culture (Doughty)
Children's Literature and Culture VII: Agency and Identity
Caren Town
Domesticating the Horror: Child Agency in
Mary Henderson Couzelis
Issaquah B
Three Manifestations of Goosebumps
The Requisite Role of Lemony Snicket
Katy Lewis
"We All Grow Up On Reservations, Don't We?"
Caren Town
Shape-shifting Young Adult Identity in Sherman
Alexie's _The Absolutely True Diary of a PartTime Indian_
Creating Racist and Heteronormative American
Carrie Murray
Women from American Girls
2327
Medievalism in Popular Culture (Francis)
Novel Medievalism
Diana Vecchio
Magic, Second Chances, and Heterotemporality
Kristin Noone
Kirkland
in Peter David’s Knight Life Novels
'A Name Is the Fire Itself': True Naming and
L. Gayle Fallon
Madness in Rothfuss’s The Name of the Wind
2328
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry (Manning)
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry III ‐ The Invisible Man Googles Coming‐of‐Age Earthquake Films: Poetry of Popular Culture
J.R.R. Tolkien: The Modern Snorri
Cassandra Ruiz
Dating the Invisible Man: Poems on Popular
Gwen Hart
Leschi
Culture
Love in the Age of Google or Sex and the
Joanne DeTore
Suburbs: Poetry Infused with Pop Culture &
Humor
Little Earthquakes
Robert Bruno
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 60
Panel #
2329
Topic Area (Area Chair) 61
Festivals and Faires (Korol‐Evans)
Session Title
Festivals and Faires
Session chair
Caryn Neumann
Presentation title
Presenter
For Patriotism, Politics, and Pleasure: The Early
Kelli Shapiro
Room
Medina
Republic Celebrates Independence Day
Pierogi Festivals: The Americanization of the
Caryn Neumann
Polish Dumpling
2330
Punk Culture (Cecil)
Punk Influence
Andrew Wood
“Punk’s Not Dead; Punk’s Sleepin’ Drunk”: The
Alejandra Ortega
Ravenna A
Status of Punk Culture Influence of Today’s
Music and Art Scenes
“I Think I’m Dumb”: Punk’s Chronic Predilection
Brian Schill
With Shame
Crass Compassion: The Existentialism of Penny
Andrew Wood
Rimbaud
2331
Women's Studies (Kent)
Female Subjectivity and Embodiment in Contemporary Film, Magazine, and Music Cultures
Robert Kilker
Even Cyborgs Get the Blues, orThe Anxities of
Shane Bruce
Ravenna B
the Posthuman Female Body
Discussion of Female Genital Fashioning
Alexandra James
Practices in Cosmopolitan and Cleo Magazines
“I No Longer Exist”: The Repurposing of
From good girl to good grief? How Miley Cyrus,
Robert Kilker
Allison Ludwig
Lady Gaga, and other female celebrities use
social media to propel fame
2332
Education, Teaching, History and Popular IX: Media Analyis in the Popular Culture Culture (Janak)
Classroom
Paul Crutcher
Film and TV: Teaching Media through Media
Jason Murdock
Marc Fleming
The Power of Pop Culture Fairy Tales: "Hansel
Renee Cox
Ravenna C
and Gretel" and "Coraline"
Building a Historical Chronology for the Physical
Zac Pelleriti
Practice of Non-Seated Asana using Bas Relief
from Hindu Temples
When Pop Dies in Our Classrooms
2333
2334
Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone)
Literature, Politics, & Society (Moore)
Animation Daily Screening I
Paul Crutcher
David S. Silverman Animation Daily Screening I
International Questions of Political Literature Brian Whaley
Images of Western Nations in Chinese Language
David S. Silverman
Boren
Shiyu Yang
Columbia
Textbooks of Primary Schools of Mainland
China: A Content Analysis
Seeds of Resistance in All Over Creation and
Catherine Lipnick
the Politics of Anti-GMO Activism
The Controlled Reveal: Isherwood's Response
Brian Whaley
to a Culture of Surveillance
Outside the Lines, Final Episode: Breaching the
Randy Holmes
Boundaries of Belief in Dr. Faustus
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 61
Panel #
2335
Topic Area (Area Chair) 62
Men and Men's Studies (Heep)
Session Title
Session chair
American Masculinity and what we have not Merry Perry
seen on tv yet
Presentation title
Presenter
“This is what I’ve always wanted”:Bromance and
Ann Ciasullo
Room
Jefferson A
the Evolution of Male Intimacy in the Jump
Street Films
Complicating the Hero's QUest: Father's
Brent Yergensen
Absence and Aid in the Supernatural Television
Drama
“…because you’ve seen it all already”:The
Leda Hayes
Digital Incubator, Adulthood, and American
Masculinity
How the Zombie Apocalypse Can Aid
Merry Perry
Humanity: Evolving Gender Roles in The
Walking Dead
2336
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel) Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies VII: Poetry and Lindsey Kurz
Literature
“Who said it was simple?”: Intersectional
Jamiee Cook
Jefferson B
Feminism and the Dismantling of Cultural
Hierarchy in Audre Lorde’s Poetry
Putting Back the "Queer" in Queer Families:
The Rise of the Queer Tragicomedy in
Austin VanKirk
Lindsey Kurz
Contemporary American Culture
2337
Theatre and Drama (Wiggins)
Theatre & Drama IV: An Interactive Workshop Caroline good
Tim Good
The Seriousness of Play: An Interactive Arts
William Burke
Seneca
Workshop for Community Engagement
The Seriousness of Play: An Interactive Arts
Caroline Good
Workshop for Community Engagement
The Seriousness of Play: An Interactive Arts
Tim Good
Workshop for Community Engagement
The Seriousness of Play: An Interactive Arts
Wenqi Fan
Workshop for Community Engagement
2338
African‐American Culture (Sherrod)
African‐American Culture III: Play, Pain and the Blues of the African Diaspora
Elgie Sherrod
Cake Walks and Culture
Daniel Atkinson
How Blue Can You Get? “It’s Tight Like That”
Roberta Schwartz
University
and the Hokum Blues Tradition
Play and Pain in Black Atlantic Hip-Hop: Hiplife
Halifu Osumare
in Ghana as Case Study
Igbo Landing: No Space Even After Death?
Ayanna Robinson
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 62
Panel #
2339
Topic Area (Area Chair) 63
Session Title
Session chair
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Heike Jenss
Design VII: Dress and Representation
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and Strubel)
Presentation title
Presenter
Slim Cognito: Spanx and Shaping the Female
Room
Maggie Unverzagt Goddard Virginia
Body
The Rational Dress Society presents: JUMPSUIT
Undressed to Impress: the ‘wife-beater vest’ and
Abigail Glaum‐Lathbury &
Maura Brewer
Jo Turney
representations of working class ItalianAmerican Masculinity
2345
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino, Sederholm, Woofter)
Historical Readings of Horror
Steffen Hantke
Workwear: Sentiments of Class and Heritage in
The 1980s Horror Fiction Boom and Reagan’s
Heike Jenss
Steffen Hantke
Cirrus Ballroom
America
Possessed Women, Haunted States: Cultural
tensions in exorcism cinema
"Nothing is Sacred:" Dissecting Jörg Buttgereit's
Christopher Olson &
CarrieLynn Reinhard
Maggie Woodward
WEDNESDAY 3:00P
2403
Protest Issues and Actions (Larsen)
Protest Issues and Actions I
Lotte Larsen
“A Mandolin Orchestra Could Attract a Lot of
Bob Zecker
Diamond B
Attention”: Interracial Fun with Radical
Immigrants, 1930-1954
Star-Spangled: The Flag as Tool of Protest and
Nationalism
The Devil You Know: Competition and Unity in
Genelle Belmas
Brian Larson
Marek Payerhin
a Protest Campaign.
2405
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies X ‐ Indie and Alternative Gaming
Nadav Lipkin
Indie Inclusion?: An analysis of the diversity
Aleah Kiley
Aspen
within the independent video game industry
“Shaking Off the Village: 'Walking Simulators'
Ben Bunting
and the Virtual Saunterer”
The Horror of the Other: Exploring the
Aramis Martinez
Lacanian and Derridean concept of the other
through the ludonarrative structure of P.T.
The Indiepocalypse: Not with a Bang, but with a
Nadav Lipkin
Whimper
2406
Motherhood/Fatherhood and Popular Culture (Podnieks)
Maternity, Reproduction, and the Body II
Amy Wilson
The Midwife Crisis: The Mindy Project’s
Anna Kozak
Cedar A
Misrepresentation of Midwives
In Utero Anxiety and How to Prevent it
Letitia Johnson
Our Mothers, Our Vampires
Amy Wilson
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 63
Panel #
2407
Topic Area (Area Chair) 64
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Session Title
Fans Make Meaning
Session chair
Julia E. Largent
Presentation title
Presenter
Monsters and Metaphor: How Fans Derive
Room
Meaning from Science Fiction and Fantasy
Cynthia Vinney
Kristin Hopper‐Losenicky
Television
From Marketing to Markings: The U2 Tattoo
Beth Nabi
Cedar B
Project Explores the Ultimate Fan Expression
Identity Formation and Interaction in Online Fan
Julia E. Largent
Communities
2408
Film and History (Miller)
Film & History III: Reconsidering Film and War Lille Formigli
Hollywood and the American War Department:
Will Kanyusik
Juniper
The Culture Industry and the Remasculinization
of America following World War II
Hiroshima Mon Amour (Pathé Films, 1959): The
Lille Formigli
Silence of the Atomic Bomb and Its Perceptions
“This is the end, my friend”: Aural Focalizations
Sanders Greer
of Trauma in Apocalypse Now (1979) and
Vietnam Combat Films
William Wyler's "Mrs. Miniver" (1942): From
Colin Root
Isolation to Intervention
2409
Sports (Price and Kiuchi)
Sports 8: Wrestling
Shane Toepfer
“Hit Him Harder…But Not Too Hard”:
Shane Toepfer
Madrona
Professional Wrestling, Concussions, and the
Quagmire of Wrestling Fandom
CM Punk as the "Voice of The Voiceless": A
Steven Granelli
rhetorical analysis of identity, authenticity, and
injustice during the "Summer of Punk".
The Convergent Nature of Professional
2410
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and Romance/Science Fiction Fantasy Special Eric Selinger
Wrestling: The convergent identities, practices
Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde, and Werewolves: The
Chicks Dig Libraries: Fantasy Library as Lover’s
CarrieLynn Reinhard
Christopher Olson
Juanita Evans
Megan Hartline
Redwood A
Gift
Love, Monsters, and Global Conflict: Teaching
Maria Ramos‐Garcia
Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy in the
21st Century
2411
Aging and Senior Culture (Augustyn)
Seniors Still Springing Into Action
Frederick J. Augustyn, Jr.
Aging Heroes: Growing Old in Popular Culture
Bond at any Age: the aging of James
Bob Batchelor &
Norma Jones &
Kathleen Turner
Amy Chesser
Redwood B
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 64
Panel #
2415
Topic Area (Area Chair) 65
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim)
Session Title
Comics and Comic Art: Superhero Comics: Continuity, Changes, and the Body
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Terrence Wandtke Superheroing in the Dark: Abjection and
Room
Patrick Hamilton
Grand Ballroom A
Marvel's Cloak & Dagger
Nicole Freim
The Thin Bat Line: The Militarized American
Zak Roman
Police Body in Scott Snyder's Batman
Gwen Stacy is Dead!: Time, Continuity, and
Michael Robinson
Resurrection in Superhero Comics
2416
Film (Palumbo)
Film X‐‐Crime Films and Film Noir: Lady Scarface, The Lavender Hill Mob, The Big Lebowski, & Nolan's Femme Fatale
Pamela Wicks
The Abiding Rhetoric of The Big Lebowski: A
Holland Colclasure
Grand Ballroom B
Greek Chorus of Taoism and The Big Sleep
"Nolan's Femme Fatale: Traditional Film Noir or
Pamela Wicks
a Neo Noir Twist?"
2417
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Gender and Media Studies VIII: Gender Issues Ariana Bianchi
in Film and Television
Awkward and Weird: The Emergence of
Cassandra Collier
Grand Ballroom C
Today's Black Nerd
Rape and Sexual Violence in Film and Television
Maggie McCall
Brilliant, Damaged, Impeccable, Powerful,
Hannah Harbottle
Ariana Bianchi
Desirable, and More: The Complex
‘Normalization’ of Scandal’s Olivia Pope and
Viewer Responses
2418
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Art and Design Culture IV
Mary Jones
14th Street Flaneuse: Deep Mapping a Walk to
Mary Jones
Grand Ballroom D
Work
L' institution, c' est moi. Dress, Peformativity,
Verónica Casado Hernández
and the Embodiment of the Institution.
The Affective Communities of Bohemian
Damon Stanek
Nostalgia: Ragnar Kjartansson’s The Visitors
Surface Pain: Exploring Self-Harm and Body
Emily L. Newman
Dissatisfaction in Contemporary Art
2419
Dance and Dance Culture (Delgado and Atkins)
Dance and Culture IV: Dance in a Narrative Frame
Celeste Fraser Delgado
“ ‘Actors can’t duplicate this look’: Spontaneous
Ted Bain
Ballard
Realities as Unspoken Measures of
Performance.”
“Be Brave, Be Bold, Be Free”: Iranian Dancer as
Object of Rescue in the Film Desert Dancer
Heather Rastovac Akbarzadeh
Dancing “Teen Spirit”: Approaching Nirvana
Jen Atkins
through Movement Analysis
Versioning Film Musicals into Music Videos:
Elizabeth Bergman
Michael and Janet Jackson as (Re)visionaries
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 65
Panel #
2420
Topic Area (Area Chair) 66
Music (Kitts)
Session Title
Music 11: Vinyl, Social Media, and Streaming
Session chair
Paul Winters
Presentation title
Presenter
Happy Technology: Social Media Helps
Evan Barros
Room
Capitol Hill
Deadmau5 Create "The Veldt"
You May Say I'm A Streamer, But I'm Not the
Lottie Peterson
Only One: Understanding Individuals'
Motivations for Streaming Music Online
Vinyl: Don't Call It a Comeback
Matthew Albright
“The Vinyl Anachronist:” The Role of Social
Paul Winters
Media in the Formation of Communities of Vinyl
2424
Vehicle Culture (McGoun)
The Driven
Eddie Shorer
The BMW E30 Owner
Kip Bottenfield
Same As It Ever Was (Only Different): Slot Car
Eddie Shorer
Greenwood
Racing After 50 Years
2425
Collecting and Collectibles (Moist)
Collectibles, Art, and Popular Culture
Renee Reynolds
"Sticky Fingers and Billion Dollar Babies:
Robert Bennett
Issaquah A
Appreciating and Collecting Album Cover Art"
Bootlegs, Knockoffs, and Junktoys! Oh My!: An
Jeffrey Greene
Introduction to the World of Bootleg Action
Figures.
"Cinema Is Better Than Life": Collectors of
Ariane Lebot
Cinematographic Objects and the Convergence
of Material Culture with Experience
Return to Sender: An Analytical History of the
Renee Reynolds
Mail Art Movement of 1974-1989
2426
Folklore (Edney)
Folklore Session 1
Kathryn Edney
El tesoro de la tinaja – A Treasure Legend from
Len Beké
Issaquah B
Northern New Mexico
Where There Is a Will, There is Folkore
Phyllis Bridges
Vet School Funk: Online Veteirnary School
Carolyn Ware
Videos as Occupational Folklore
2427
Medievalism in Popular Culture (Francis)
Teaching and Medievalism
Christina Francis
The Viking Voyage Comes Full Circle: Sagas and
John C. Ford
Kirkland
Chronicles in Popular Television as an Effective
Tool for Teaching Icelandic and Old English
Studies.
Inventing the Future: Legends of Camelot
Karen Swenson
Online
Temptation and Spirituality in Spanish director
Rebecca Flynn
Luis Buñuel’s films, Simon of the Desert and
Viridiana
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 66
Panel #
2428
Topic Area (Area Chair) 67
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry Session Title
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry IV ‐ 2429
Fairy Tales (Caleb, Holland‐Toll and Nicks) Fairy Tales Screening II: Disney's Beauty and the Beast (1991)
2430
American Literature (Taylor)
Session chair
Jan Selving
Presentation title
Presenter
Poetic Photography: The Photograph as the
Grace Hartigan’s Collaborations with Poets
Katelyn Eden Long
Sandra Kleppe
Warrior Rabbits: Metaphor and Ekphrasis
Jan Selving
Amanda Caleb
Fairy Tales Screening II: Disney's Beauty and the
Linda Holland‐Toll Beast (1991)
Who is "we"? The Impossible First-Person Plural
American Literature XI: Narrative, Perspective, and Voice
Room
Leschi
Linda Holland‐Toll
Amanda Caleb
Medina
Todd Womble
Ravenna A
Voice
Unreliable Anti-Heroines: Exploring Reader
Molly Brost
Identification and Suspense in the Novels of
Gillian Flynn
Minor Characters, Romance, and the Failures of
Jeremy Rosen
Cultural Politics in Jo Baker's Longbourn
2431
Women's Studies (Kent)
Femininity, Motherhood, and Fashion in Popular Culture
Wendy Williams as a Curator of Pop Culture
Marion Tanis
"Women of Enterprise": Avon Products, Inc. and
Jessica Burch
Ravenna B
Images of Female Entrepreneurship in 1980s
America
2432
Education, Teaching, History and Popular X: Improving Instruction in Communication Culture (Janak)
and the Humanities
Scott McDonald
And then Superman got Batman pregnant: The
Layla Colon Vale
Ravenna C
case for fanfiction in the classroom
RhetorMania: Professional Wrestling in the
Eric Holmes
Public Speaking Classroom
Adapting React To The Past for the
Scott McDonald
Composition Classroom
2433
Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone)
Animation I: Anime
Roger W. Hecht
“To See with Eyes Unclouded by Hate:” The Art
Roger W. Hecht
Boren
of Seeing and Environmental Ethics in the films
of Hayao Miyazaki.
Japanese Anime and the Life of the Soul or Jung
John Ranyard
in Nekomimi
Battling Classifications of Gender in the Anime
Charlotte J Colon Velez
Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 67
Panel #
2434
Topic Area (Area Chair) 68
Literature, Politics, & Society (Moore)
Session Title
New Politics of Race in Contemporary Literature
Session chair
Felix Harcourt
Presentation title
Presenter
Re(a)d All Over: Langston Hughes' Leftist
Kathryn Smith
Room
Columbia
Politics
Rupturing Static Representations of Blackness:
Alexandra Smith
Discourses of Choice in The Coldest Winter
Ever
William Apess's Heretical Stance on King Phillip
Lauren Lynch
and Christian Hypocrisy
"A Humdinger of a Ku Klux Klan Story": The
Felix Harcourt
Klan and American Literature in the 1920s
2435
Men and Men's Studies (Heep)
Anti‐hero and other forms of Masculinity
Aaron George
"His Strength and Daring, Courage and
Aaron George
Jefferson A
Resourcefulness": The Lone Ranger, Manliness,
Race, and World War II America
Men In Nature: Black Faces, White Spaces
Don Corrigan
Antihero and Villain: The Bald Man in Comic
Burton Buchanan
Book Portrayals
2436
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel) Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies VIII: Caitlyn Jenner
Joshua Jones
Transgender Sisterhood: Restructuring Kinship
Joshua Jones
Jefferson B
in "I Am Cait"
Transforming TV: Transgender Activism in
Gordene MacKenzie
Caitlyn Jenner's I am Cait and Lana Wachowski's
Sense8
Can sitcoms make a difference? Parasocial
Lizhen Zhao
interaction with transgender characters and
attitudes towards transgender individuals
2438
African‐American Culture (Sherrod)
African‐American Culture IV: Cultural Embodiment and Aesthetics of Identity
Elgie Sherrod
“Parted by Lightening: The History and Legacy
Bertram Ashe
University
of Frederick Douglass’s Hair”
The Risk of Going Natural: Cultural
Shewonda Leger
Embodiment in African-American Hairstyles
Black Popular Culture, The Boondocks, and
David Moody
Black Jesus
2439
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Joseph Hancock
Design VIII: From Products to Publishing
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and Strubel)
Reflections on Impermeability: sunglasses, shine
Vanessa Brown
and other signs of modern cool
A Story in a Store: The Rise of Ralph Lauren
Travis Haglin
Negotiating Images: Macy's Department Store in
Michelle Medrado
Compton and Rodeo Drive
Publishing Your Conference Paper in the
Joseph Hancock
Dedicated Journal of Area: Fashion, Style and
Popular Culture
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 68
Panel #
2445
Topic Area (Area Chair) 69
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino, Sederholm, Woofter)
Session Title
Horror and Alterity
Session chair
Ralph Beliveau
Presentation title
Presenter
Toward An American Folk Horror
Ralph Beliveau
A New Victorian Hollywood: The
Young‐joon Cho
Room
Cirrus Ballroom
Monsterization and Haptic Carnification of the
Female Ghost's Body in Remakes of Asian
Horror
An Axe to Grind: New Rape-Revenge Horror
Kenna Day
and Feminist Filmmaking
"That Boy's Got the Devil in Him": Robert
Marissa Hicks‐Alcaraz
Rodriguez and the Birth of Mex-Am Horror
Cinema
WEDNESDAY 4:45P
2505
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies XI ‐ Queer, Drag, and Gaming in Evan Lauteria
the Margins
Playing 'Fishy' Drag in Gaming Spaces
Nathaniel Hagemaster
"Um...I have a Question?": Gender Entitlement
Drew Roberts
Aspen
in Dragon Age: Inquisition
Ludology and the Study of Queer Game
Evan Lauteria
Content
2506
Motherhood/Fatherhood and Popular Culture (Podnieks)
Mothers in Image and Text
Liz Podnieks
The Permanence of Ink: Conceptualizing
Natalie Morning
Cedar A
Motherless Daughters through Memorial Tattoo
Art
“Children Are Such Funny Things”: New
Liz Podnieks
Woman Fiction, Popular Culture, and
Motherhood
Wicked Motherhood in Asian American
Fang Tang
Women's Writing: A case study of Falling Leaves
Return of Their Roots: The True Story of an
Unwanted Chinese Daughter
Butch Pregnancy, Lone Mothering and Storying
Penelope Mendonca
Father Absence: From Contemporary
Conception to Alternative Parenting in Today’s
Graphic Novels
2507
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Discipling Fandom
Katherine Anderson Howell
Fandom and the Problems of Literary History
Cait Coker
A Question of Discipline: Art History and Fan
Melissa Mednicov
Cedar B
Theory
Gift Economies and Vulnerable Communities:
Mish Gookin
Theory In Fandom Studies
Remix in the Classroom: A Student Perspective
Katherine Anderson Howell
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 69
Panel #
2508
Topic Area (Area Chair) 70
Film and History (Miller)
Session Title
Film & History IV: The Ins and Outs of Production
Session chair
Jonathan Cicoski
Presentation title
Presenter
Still Moving: Procedures of Documentary
Room
James Knippling
Juniper
Filmmaking
How the Decline of Technicolor Started a
Anne Kelly
Color Revolution
2509
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Reality TV
Erin Dick
Did Joe Breen Help Craft the "Lubitsch Touch"?:
Are We Not Women? We Are Divas!: WWE,
Jonathan Cicoski
Nicholas Ware
Madrona
Total Divas, and the New Kayfabe
The Virgin and the Rose: Gender and Sexuality
Erin Dick
in The Bachelor
2510
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and Ginn)
Romance/Science Fiction Fantasy Special Session 4
Gillian Leitch
Is This a Kissing Book: Forcing Romantic Pairings
Jamie Dessart
Redwood A
in Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D
When Clark Met Diana: friendship and romance
Flipping the Fairy Tale on Its Head: "Tradition"
Sara Kolmes
Matthew Hoffman
Colleen Etman
and Romance in Mercedes Lackey's The Fairy
Godmother
2511
Appalachian Studies (Satterwhite)
The Politics of the Artisanal: Moonshine, Regional Wine, and Handicrafts
Jessie Blackburn
“Artisanal Outlaws: Performing Precarity in
J. Hope Amason
Redwood B
Gatlinburg’s Moonshine Distilleries”
Adapting Appalachia and Bending the Frame:
Jessie Blackburn
Wine Rhetorics of a New Regional Wine Trail
2515
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim)
Comics and Comic Art: Ms. Marvel: New and Hybrid
Sika Dagbovie‐
Mullins
The New Ms. Marvel: “Inhuman” Teen, Muslim
Superhero, Cyborg Goddess
“The Only Nerdy Pakistani-American-Slash-
Jessica Baldanzi &
Sika Dagbovie‐Mullins &
Eric Berlatsky &
Hussain Rashid
Eric Berlatsky
Grand Ballroom A
Inhuman in the Entire Universe”: Postracialism
and Politics in the New Ms. Marvel (Part 2)-Panel with Sika Dagbovie-Mullins, Jessica
Baldanzi, +
Ms. Marvel is an Immigrant
Hussain Rashid
Hybridity to the Rescue?: Reading Kamala
Sika Dagbovie‐Mullins
Khan/Ms. Marvel as a Post-Racial Mulatta
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 70
Panel #
2516
Topic Area (Area Chair) 71
Film (Palumbo)
Session Title
Session chair
Film XI‐‐Women in Film I: Pre‐Code Films, It's a Gabriel Acevedo
Wonderful Life, & Jennifer Lawrence
Presentation title
Presenter
Like My Forgotten Man: Forgotten Women of
Tiffany Weaver
Room
Grand Ballroom B
Pre-Code Films
"It's a Wonderful Life": Mary's Story
Paul Peterson
The Iron Lady vs The Girl on Fire: A
Gabriel Acevedo
generational and artistic look at the current
Silver Screen goddess Jennifer Lawrence, the
parallels with cinema's greatest actress Meryl
Streep and their impact on women driven films.
2517
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Gender and Media Studies IX: Gender Issues in Carlen Lavigne
Reality Television, News and "Jericho"
Momentary or Performative Queerness:
Jing (Jamie) Zhao
Grand Ballroom C
Queered Female Genders and Sexualities in the
Chinese Reality TV Show Your Face Sounds
Familiar
Controlling the Conversation: The Quality of
Elizabeth Warpinski
Female Representation in the News
“Believe it or not, I care about you”: Women
Natasha Patterson
(Tor)Mentors and Work on Lifetime’s UnReal
(co-author Camilla A. Sears)
“Nuts!”: Jericho and Masculinity in the Post-
Carlen Lavigne
Apocalypse
2518
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Art and Design Culture V
Robin Gerster
Shooting Japanese: Photography of the
Robin Gerster
Grand Ballroom D
Australian Enemy in the Pacific War and Its
Aftermath
Distance on Display: Violence in International
Shimrit Lee
Arms Expositions
Invented Offense: The Art of M.F. Husain and
Sreekishen Nair
Designing Political Outrage
"Moral Provocations: The Depiction of Violence
Stewart Parker
in Antebellum Anti-Slavery Propaganda"
2520
Music (Kitts)
Music 12: Rock Music and Comedy 1
Steven Hamelman "The Earth is Doomed": Geek Rock, Humor,
Victoria Willis
Capitol Hill
and the End of the World
"Your Mommy's Dead": The Gallows Humor of
Dennis McDaniel
American Hardcore
"It's the New Style:" The Beastie Boys' Serious
Jacky Dumas
Humor on License to Ill
Lou Reed: American Rock Humorist
Steven Hamelman
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 71
Panel #
2524
Topic Area (Area Chair) 72
Vehicle Culture (McGoun)
Session Title
The Drivers
Session chair
Chris Lezotte
Presentation title
Presenter
Muscle Men to Fast Women: American Muscle
Room
Chris Lezotte
Greenwood
and the Woman Driver
Stick It to the Man!: The Mythos of the
Daniel S. Traber
(Vanishing) Manual Transmission
2525
Collecting and Collectibles (Moist)
Collecting and Identity
Mary Titus
Museums of Fantasy
Skip McGoun
“Things of Memory: The Origins of Street Rod
How the West was Won: Businessmen-
Gary Cross
Jayme Yahr
Issaquah A
Collectors and American Identity
Differentiating Between Collections and
Yingfan Zhang
Clutters:A Communicative Perspective on Self
Identity and Personal Relationships
Women, Collecting, and Class
Mary Titus
Jenn Brandt
Callie Clare
James Kizer
Yasue Kuwahara
Jordan McClain
James Meetze
2527
Professional Development (Hancock and McClain)
Best Practices in the Popular Culture Classroom
Jenn Brandt
Best Practices in the Popular Culture Classroom
2528
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry (Manning)
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry V ‐ Proust Interrupts Grimm Tales: Serial Poetry & Literary Response
Mary Buchinger Bodwell
The Real and the Imagined, or the Real
Kirkland
Leschi
Imagined: A Narrative of Experience in the
Serial Poem
Serial Poetry
James Capozzi
Grimm Tales: A Sequence of Poems
Joseph Stanton
Proust Interrupts: A Selection of Reader-
Mary Buchinger Bodwell
Response Poetry
2530
Urban Studies (Lightweis‐Goff)
Urban Studies I: Urban Representation
Christopher Gullen Furiously Mobile in the Global City: Fast Family,
Markus Reisenleitner
Ravenna A
Smart Cities, and Muscle/Cars in Furious 7
Performative act of race: visual imagery and
Ekua McMorris
movement in an urban context
"'Motor City 9-1-1' A Cultivation Analysis of the
Christopher Gullen
Portrayal of Detroit in Popular Film and
Television"
2531
Women's Studies (Kent)
Feminism, Diversity, and Representation in Charmed, Doctor Who, and Nikita
Tamy Burnett
Beyond “La Femme”: Nikita as Feminist Turning
Tamy Burnett
Ravenna B
Point in Cult TV Heroines
Martin Luther and Charmed: Luther's Beliefs and
Maria Georgiou
the Sister Witches
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 72
Panel #
2532
Topic Area (Area Chair) 73
Session Title
Education, Teaching, History and Popular XI: Improving Instruction Across Higher Culture (Janak)
Education
Session chair
Rachel Merrill Schwaller
Presentation title
Presenter
High Culture and Popular Culture: Creating a
Room
Stephen Light
Ravenna C
Bluegrass Music Program at a Public
Comprehensive College
Challenges of teaching the cultures of sex to
Luc Guglielmi
freshmen classes
The Donald and Me: Using The Apprentice to
Frank Cipriani
teach Business Spanish
Art + Design = BFFs (Best Friends Forever), or
Rachel Merrill Schwaller
Queering the Pedagogical Framework for
Interdisciplinarity between Art and Design
2533
Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone)
Animation II: Production and Practice
peter chanthanakone
Advances in Animation Production: Automated
peter chanthanakone
Boren
Animation and Modeling for Animated Short
Films
Pursued Optimization of Creative Outcomes
Munkhtsetseg Nandigjav
and Working Experiences in Animation Studios
2534
Literature, Politics, & Society (Moore)
Realism, Concealment, and Disgust: The Literature of Exposure
Mary Hale
The Move from Mechanization to
Mery‐et Lescher
Computerization: The Debut of CAPS in Disney
The Politics of Disgust in the Fiction of Richard
Chloe Avril
Columbia
Yates
The Nationalist Double Standard: Gender
Morgan Emery
Identity and Oppression in Joyce’s Dubliners
When the ‘Best Men’ Win: Political Romance in
Mary Hale
the Age of Realism
2535
Men and Men's Studies (Heep)
diversity and masculinity
Hartmut Heep
“Separate the Men from the Boys”: Southern
Culture, Masculinities, and Intersectional Identity
Nicole Cox &
Colin Walker
D kofDMasculinities in "South Park"
Shades
Hartmut Heep
Is Mediation too Feminine for Him?:
Brett Butler
Jefferson A
Understanding Men and Masculinity in Domestic
Mediation
The Concept of Crime and Delinquency in
Pamela Black
"South Park"
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 73
Panel #
2537
Topic Area (Area Chair) 74
Session Title
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell and Psychology, Suspense, and Roles
Nyabuti)
Session chair
Marty Knepper
Presentation title
Presenter
HOMETOWN MYSTERY AND FAMILY
Room
John Teel
Seneca
TRAUMA IN THE SUSPENSE NOVELS OF
DAVID BELL
What Love’s Got to Do with It in Scottoline’s
and Slaughter’s Novels of
"Oedipus the King and Ross Macdonald's The
Kathryn Swanson
John Teel
Marty Knepper
Three Roads: Family and Social Dysfunction and
the Complexities of Guilt"
2538
African‐American Culture (Sherrod)
African‐American Culture V: Black‐ish Stereotypes in Mass Media
Elgie Sherrod
Gideon Oliver's Field Work: Forensic Detective
Mixed-ish?: Mixed Race Identity and an
Judy Ford
Gabriella Zewdu‐Habte
University
Authority on Blackness in Kenya Barris' TV
show Black-ish
"Black-ish" : An analysis of the rejection of
Alisa Valentin
political correctness and the incorporation of
being unapologetically Black
2539
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Brent Luvaas
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and Design IX: Dress and Signifying
Strubel)
Colorblindess in Empire and Blackish
Nexcy Richardson
Dressing for the internet: Communicating
Claire Shumaker
David Loranger
Amy Dorie
Donica O'Malley
through appearance on social media
“For me, Ipsy isn’t for African American
Virginia
Women:” Conversations about Beauty and Race
in Ipsy’s Online Community
Power, privilege, and popularity all tied up--in
Armeda Reitzel
the necktie!
Life After Trends: What We Wear When We
Brent Luvaas
Wear Whatever
2545
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino, Sederholm, Woofter)
Feminist Horror and Hybrid Vampires
Elizabeth Nollen
“’Monsters in Our Midst’: Loneliness and
Elizabeth Nollen
Cirrus Ballroom
Muzzled Desire in Karen Russell’s 'Vampires in
the Lemon Grove'”
“Teeth” - A Film That Bites Back: A Generic and
Doug Fellegy
Feminist Critique
Death Becomes Her: Straddling the Divide
Emma Backe
Between Feminism and Horror
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 74
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 75
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
WEDNESDAY 8:15P
2634
Literature, Politics, & Society (Moore)
Thomas King's On the Back of the Turtle
Dee Horne
Survival:Thomas King Compares Urban and
Jay Lewyn
Columbia
Rural Communities in The Back of the Turtle
The Politics of Entanglement in Thomas King's
Blanca Schorcht
The Back of the Turtle
“The Vulgarities of Our Own Greed”: An
Dee Horne
Environmental Analysis of Thomas King’s The
Back of the Turtle
2639
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and Ellen Anders
Design X: Luxury
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and Strubel)
Digital Craftsmanship and Luxury
shaun borstrock
The Boundless and Alluring Luxury Marketplace
Deidra Arrington
Saint Laurent, Courreges and Cardin's Creative
Break with the Couture Establishment in Paris
Ellen Anders
Veronica Manlow
The Insider's Guide to Fashion: The Rise of the
Aimee Williams
Virginia
New Fashion Documentary
2705
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies XII ‐ Education and Gaming
Josh Call
Grinding: Exploring the Resistance to Playfulness
Bill Carroll
Aspen
within the University
Instructional model to integrate educational
Antonio Santos
content into a serious game
Exercises in Frustration: Game Difficulty as
Josh Call
Model for Learning
2709
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Sex on TV!
Molly Brayman
The Body in Adventureland: Contradictions
Beth Bollinger
Madrona
Within the Young Women of HBO's Girls
(No) Sex and Sherlock: Sociopath, Celibate, or
Amber Botts
Asexual?
From Trauma to Sexual Empowerment: Post-
Molly Brayman
coital Discourses of Buffy the Vampire Slayer
and Veronica Mars
2711
2717
Romance (Selinger)
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Romance Special Session: A Screening of Love Eric Selinger
Between the Covers
Special Session: A Viewing of "Love Between the
Gender and Media Studies X: Gender and Film April Urban
Empowering Katniss: Portrayals of Youth and
Eric Selinger
Redwood B
Claudia Bucciferro
Grand Ballroom C
Covers"
Femininity in The Hunger Games
I need a hero: A masculinity study of Disney
Dalaki Livingston
Animated Heroes
It Follows: Embodying the Affect of Sexuality
April Urban
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 75
Panel #
2726
Topic Area (Area Chair) 76
Soap Opera and Serialized Storytelling (Irwin)
Session Title
Soap Opera and Serialized Storytelling I: Serialized Narratives Across Genres and Platforms
Session chair
Barbara J. Irwin
Presentation title
Presenter
Seriality and the Platform-Agnostic Narrative
MJ Robinson
As the Wrestling World Turns: Epitext and Fan
Robert Bruno
Room
Juniper
Engagement in Soap Operas and Professional
Wrestling
2733
Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone)
Animation Nightly Screening I
2737
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell and Retelling Holmes: Laurie R. King
Nyabuti)
Serialized Storytelling in Contemporary Artists’
David S. Silverman "The Incredibles." (2004).
Waldron Karen
Laurie King's Mary Russell Series: Introducing
Roberta Brody
David S. Silverman
Boren
Marilyn Rye
Seneca
"The [New] Woman"
Laurie King’s Prefaces in the Mary Russell Series
Waldron Karen
Lord Peter’s Monocle: Intertextuality,
Mollie Freier
Copyright, and Fan Fiction in the Mary Russell
Series
2745
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino, Sederholm, Woofter)
Kristopher Woofter Forgotten Films from the Vault of Horror: A
Forgotten Films from the Vault of Horror: A Horror Area Screening and Discussion of THE Horror Area SCREENING and Discussion of
STRANGLER OF THE SWAMP (1946)
THE STRANGLER OF THE SWAMP (1946)
Kristopher Woofter
Carl Sederholm
Cirrus Ballroom
Jim Iaccino
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 76
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 77
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
THURSDAY 8:00AM
3005
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies XIII - Thinking Game Analysis
Levi Pressnell
The Long Con: Understanding the Videogame
Andrew Brown
Aspen
Character and its Player
An Expanded Multimodal Approach to Video
Levi Pressnell
Game Analysis: Leveling in League of Legends
3007
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Fans Coming and Going
Heather Powers
We Solemnly Swear that We are Up to No
Michaela Meyer
Cedar B
Good:Managed Mischief and Meaning Making in
the Harry Potter World Experience
Journey for an idol: fan caravans to Silvio Santos
Clarice Greco
Show
Off-Screen YouTube: Online Fan Culture’s In-
Katherine Marpe
Person Practices
3008
Communication and Digital Culture (Nunes Witness I: Tracking & Suveillance
and Burrough)
Peter Krapp
What Next?: The Sorrow of Leaving Fandom
Heather Powers
Witnessing Immorality: Exploring Ashley
Terri Manley
Juniper
Madison's Responses to the 2015 Data Breach
Blockchain as Witness: On Bitcoin and the
Matthew Bellinger
Cryptographic Record
Still the Great Game? Witnessing Espionage and
Peter Krapp
Data Mining in Virtual Worlds
3009
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular
Research (Ellis)
Research I: "Nontraditional Resources":
Collection & Access
Allen Ellis
Make Me a (Wo)Man Who Questions: Collecting
Amanda Lanthorne
Madrona
Radical Identities for Primary Source Research
Urban Archivist: Preserving Street Art, Graffiti,
Signs and Other Ephemeral Markings on Cities
Permission to Speak Freely: Zine-Authors'
Irina Gendelman
Julia Chavez
Scot Harrison
Anne Hays
Attitudes about Inclusion in Zine Archives
3010
Romance (Selinger)
Disturbing Visions in SFF I: Rape Culture
Mikee Delony
After She Said No: Rape Discourse in Ms. Marvel
Marilyn Sanabria
Rape Culture in Galbadon’s Outlander: Plot
Mikee Delony
Redwood A
Device or Cultural Mirror
3013
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry
(Manning)
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry VI - Bestiaries, Mary Catherine
Flowers, & Geology: Poems of the Natural
Harper
World
Whale, Fox, Barberry: How a Bestiary Can Teach
Abby Chew
Willow A
Us about Place
Apocalypse of the Anthropocene
Mary Catherine Harper
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 77
Panel #
3014
Topic Area (Area Chair) 78
Session Title
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell and Sherlock Holmes and the Mysteriously
Nyabuti)
Adaptable Victorian Image
Session chair
Jennifer Wojton
Presentation title
Presenter
Modernizing Victorian Sherlock Holmes for Mr.
Room
Lynnette Porter
Willow B
Holmes and the BBC's Sherlock
From Paget to Screen: A (Re)Vision of Sherlock
Clare Little
Holmes for the 21st Century
Victorian Setlock: Fan Influence on Sherlock and
Jennifer Wojton
the Public’s Perception of Victorian Holmes
3015
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim) Comics and Comic Art: Migration and the
Margin
Terrence Wandtke “You think I look like Marx?”: Eastern and
Nicole Freim
Shanelle Kim
Grand Ballroom A
Western Hybridity in the Imagination of God in
Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis
Migration, Marginality, and Forgetting: The
Ashley Manchester
“Patriotic Trace” in Shaun Tan’s The Arrival
Three Generations: Jewish Identity and Memory
Martyna Steckiewicz
of the Past in Contemporary Graphic Novels
3016
Film (Palumbo)
Film XII--Women in Film II: Otherness, Gender
Inequality, and the Patriarchal Imaginary
Abigail Sorensen
Mulholland Dr., Feminine Otherness, and the
Abigail Sorensen
Grand Ballroom B
Sublime
Neoliberalism, Absence, and Violence: On The
Li Chen
Postmodern Life of My Aunt [2006]
To the Wha…?: Terrence Malick’s Women and
Jennifer Jones
the Patriarchal Imaginary in To the Wonder
(2012)
3017
Philosophy and Popular Culture (Okapal
and Decker)
Aesthetics and More
Alicia Goodman
Creating a Space for Desire: Heterotopias in The
Elizabeth Faust
Grand Ballroom C
Book of Night Women
The Popular Poetics of George Bilgere
Matthew Pateman
Jacob Böhme in German Popular Fiction in the
Bo Andersson
First Half of the 20th Century
A Justification for Censorship in the Arts:
Alicia Goodman
Applying Richard Meyer to Arts Controversies of
Today
3018
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Art and Design Culture VI
Jennifer Kaufmann- Chris Larson’s Daylight Clinic, Marcel Breuer,
Buhler
and Building Community
Sabotaging the Cube Farm: Subversion and
Gretchen GasterlandGustafsson
Grand Ballroom D
Jennifer Kaufmann-Buhler
Resistance in American Offices
3024
Body and Culture (Sally)
Body & Culture I: Bodies in Motion
Lynn Sally
Representing Modern Architecture in The
Bodies in Motion: Women over Forty still
Christopher Wilson
Wendy Burns-Ardolino
Greenwood
“crushing it” in the sport of triathlon
Masculinity and Muscularity in the 1970s
Mikelanne Ferran
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 78
Panel #
3025
Topic Area (Area Chair) 79
British Popular Culture (Thum and Riga)
Session Title
From Holmes to MI5 and Television Police
Session chair
Elaine Phillips
Presentation title
Presenter
Do You Deduce Me? Check Yes or No: Holmes,
Ian McEwan, the State, and the Undercover
Elizabeth Nielsen
Jeffrey Covington
Room
Issaquah A
Work of Sweet Tooth
Culture War! British vs American Television
Series.
Testing Limits on British Television Police
Amiee Shelton
Jamie Hall
Anastasia Kucharski
Procedurals
3026
3028
Children's Literature and Culture (Doughty) Children's Literature and Culture VIII:
Roundtable: YA Fantasy Main Characters
Amanda Shepard
Generation X (Rahm)
Shay Rahm
Generation X: Stage, Sonnets, and Songs
Amanda Shepard
Alexandria Brandow
Issaquah B
Self-Sacrifice in YA Fantasy
Gen X Takes the Stage: Exploring Trans Agency
Jenna Guitar
Leschi
Mascot to Hero: An Impact on Subjectivity and
in '90s Musicals
No Slackers: Generation X Poets Tackle—and
Gwen Hart
Subdue—the Sonnet
Nothin But a Good Time? Hair Metal and the
Chelsea Watts
Rise of Conservatism in the 1980s
3029
Literature and Madness (Pottle)
Literature and Madness
Russ Pottle
Ambition, Madness, and Social Climbing in Filth
Laura Strudwick
Medina
and Macbeth
Secrets and Lies in Gothic Literature
Alison Wallace
Troubled Teens and Monstrous Others: Mental
Sarah Thaller
Illness as a Behavioral Guide in Young Adult
Literature
“Perverse Performances of Purity: Madness and
Lauren Kuryloski
the Racialized Body in Contemporary Literature”
3030
Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic
Gaming) (Jellenik)
Adaptation 1: Fidelity Anxieties
Jackie Snyder
Failure in Achieving Bildung: Problems in the Film
Reese Pierce
Ravenna A
Adaptions of Jane Eyre
"It's a great children's book, but it'll never make a
movie": Or, how "Mary Poppins" went to
Olga Silverman
David S. Silverman
Hollywood
That's Not How the Story Goes!: The
Jackie Snyder
Controversial Life of an Adaptation
3031
Women's Studies (Kent)
Film Screening and Discussion: Feed the Green: Jane Caputi
Feminist Voices for the Earth
Feed The Green: Feminist Voices for the Earth
Jane Caputi
Ravenna B
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 79
Panel #
3032
Topic Area (Area Chair) 80
Education, Teaching, History and Popular
Culture (Janak)
Session Title
XII: Thinking about Teaching and Learning
Session chair
Laura Garcia de la
Noceda
Presentation title
Presenter
A Teacher Within: Metacognition and Meditation
Room
Vida Penezic
Ravenna C
as Teaching and Learning Strategies
College Classroom
Michael Berry
David Kyle Johnson
Raising Hands and Voices: Using Pop Culture to
Laura Garcia de la Noceda
Super Classes: Using Popular Culture in the
Overcome Hesitancy in the ESL Literature
Classroom
3033
Comedy and Humor (Snaith)
Stand-Up: Religion, PC, and Other MicroAggressions
Jewish Humor: Around the World in Eighty Jokes
joseph dorinson
The Artillery of Dissent: the Political Content of
Andrew Alexander Monti
Boren
Stand-up Comedy 1990-2010.
"This would be rape if you weren't so stupid":
Amy Williams
Louis C.K., rape jokes, and the public discourse
on sexual assault
Subversion, Sub-verses, and Sub-versus: Stand-up
Michael Dalebout
Boren
Sean Robinson
Columbia
in Public Discourse
3034
Academics and Collegiate Culture (Caney)
Academics and Collegiate Culture I: Bullying
and Treatment of "The Other" in Academia
Arlene Caney
Inside the Lavender Tower: Narratives of
LGBTQ Faculty
Under the Cloak of Whiteness: How Academic
Christopher Boulton
Internships Reproduce Racial Inequalities
Cross-Dressing Attitiudes and Hong Kong TV: A
Arlene Caney
Bride for a Ride
3035
Internet Culture (Helb and Ray)
International Social Media
Colin Helb
A Research on Cultural Innovation Power of
Si Chen
Jefferson A
China’s Network Videos
The Colonial Third Wave?: Digital Connectivity
Jan Olesen
in First Nations Communities
3036
Theatre and Drama (Wiggins)
Theatre & Drama V Theatre and Social Change
Judith Babnich
Crimea River: Directionality in Memes from the
Latinas on Broadway
Bradley Wiggins
Eric Johnson
“Who’s Myself?” - Millennial Realism as a Site for
Zach Dailey
Jefferson B
Change in Annie Baker’s The Flick
Power Distribution In Disability Theatre: Unusual
Tamara Harper Shetron
Findings
“The Exploration of Domestic Violence in the
Judith Babnich
Omaha Magic Theatre’s Production of Goona
Goona by Megan Terry.”
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 80
Panel #
3037
Topic Area (Area Chair) 81
BDSM/Kink/Fetish Studies (Martinez)
Session Title
BDSM/Kink/Fetish Studies I
Session chair
Amber CliffordNapoleone
Presentation title
Presenter
contemporary urban fantasy novels
Lisa Spieker
Lisa Spieker
Kinky Doctor’s Orders: Medical Pornography
Brenda Walter
Kinky and traumatized: The dangerous lover in
Room
Seneca
and the Birth of the Fetish Clinic
The Ones You Serve: BDSM, Industrial Metal,
Amber Clifford-Napoleone
and the Machine
3038
Tolkien Studies (Reid)
Tolkien Studies I: Reception The World Hobbit
Project
Lars Schmeink
There and Back again: An Unexpected Journey
Doris Baltruschat
University
Martin Barker
University
into the Social Media World of ‘The Hobbit’. (as
part of the 'World Hobbit Project' panel with
Lars Schmeink, Martin Barker and Aryong)
The World Hobbit Project: findings from the
international audience study
Cultural Literacy of Tolkien's The Hobbit in S.
Aryong Choi-Hantke
Korean audience and readers
How Bilbo lost his innocence – Media Audiences
Lars Schmeink
and the Evaluation of The Hobbit as a Children's
Film
3039
Copyright and Intellectual Property (Riley)
Issues in Copyright and Intellectual Property
Brendan Riley
The Popular Culture of Fashion Copyright
Minh-Ha Pham
Virginia
Protection
Intellectual Property and the Trans-Pacific
Karyn Hollis
Partnership Agreement (TPP) Published by
Wikileaks: Secret Neoliberal Dream Exposed as
Public Nightmare
Let's Go Really Crazy with Copyright
Stephen Marvin
Intellectual and Embodied Property: The
Eero Laine
Contested Performance of Costumed Characters
3045
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film
(Findley and Simpson)
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film IV:
Roundtable on The Originals: Blood Ties That
Bind
Mary Findley
ROUNDTABLE: The Originals: Blood Ties That
Bind
Mary Findley
Phil Simpson
Heide Crawford
Leslie Ormandy
Cirrus Ballroom
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 81
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 82
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
THURSDAY 9:45AM
3102
Creative Fiction Writing (Muir)
Creative Fiction V: The Past
Kenneth Womack
“We Are Nowhere, and It’s Now: Selections
Kenneth Womack
Diamond A
from Crocodile”
3103
Radio and Audio Media (Chorba)
Radio 1 - Radio History: 1920s Radio, Radio
Noir, & Lights Out
Jacob Podber
Gifted
Robert Johnson
Les Murs Se Resserrent Autour De Vous
Ashley Kunsa
American Tourister
John Schulze
Radio in 1922: What the Boys and Girls Knew
Mike Adams
"Variations and Contrast in Cinema Noir
James Belpedio
Diamond B
Adaptations to Broadcast Radio in Post War
America, 1945 - 1955"
Highbrow Horror: Cultural Front Politics and
Matthew Killmeier
Music in "Lights Out"
3105
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies XIV - Analog Games: Table top
and Board Games
Nicholas Mizer
Bored of War
Brian Train
Linking Dungeon Mastering to Classroom
Joshua Akens
Aspen
Pedagogical Methods
"Responsibly and Accurately:" Making, Dwelling,
Nicholas Mizer
and Building in Long Term Campaigns
3106
Motherhood/Fatherhood and Popular
Culture (Podnieks)
Representations of Mothers in Film
Natalja
Chestopalova
Parent or Benevolent Nurturer?
Marie Geraldine
Rademacher
Enigmatic Mothers in Contemporary Japanese
Kyoko Taniguchi
Bong Joon-Ho's Mother (2009): Monstrous
Cedar A
Film
What's in the Box: Fascination with Maternal
Amira Simha-Alpern
Subjectivity
Traumatic Archives of Feeling: Tom at the Farm
Natalja Chestopalova
and Phenomenological Cinema
3107
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
The Many Faces of Fan Fiction
Bethany Scettrini
Come write with us: Concepts of authorship and
Anna Maria Broussard
Cedar B
dialogic communication in online journal-based
role-playing games.
You’re only a secondary character if you let
Zoe Weinstein
yourself be: Rewriting Lydia Bennet in "The Lizzie
Holly Luetkenhaus
Bennet Diaries"
"A Glorfied Tip Jar:" Fanfiction Authors on
Bethany Scettrini
Patreon
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 82
Panel #
3108
Topic Area (Area Chair) 83
Session Title
Communication and Digital Culture (Nunes Witness II: Ethical Considerations
and Burrough)
Session chair
Emily Erickson
Presentation title
Presenter
Withholding Witness: Social Media’s Lurking
Room
Scott Kushner
Juniper
Problem
Ethical Watching: Compulsive Voyeurism and the
David Sutton
Quest for the Greater Good
Privacy v. The First Amendment: The Attempt to
Emily Erickson
Preserve Intimate Spheres in a Boundless Digital
World
3109
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular
Allen Ellis
Life As Concierge of a Comics Flop House
American Comics in a German Library
Lisa Robinson
Anna Culbertson
Pamela Jackson
Julia Mayer
Cozies, Capers, and Suchlike Criminal Endeavors:
Catherine Oliver
I Object! Managing Explicit Materials in a Popular
New Modes of Popular Culture Curation, or, My
Madrona
Towards a Taxonomy of Mystery Fiction
3110
3113
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and
Ginn)
Disturbing Visions in SFF II: Rape Culture
Roundtable
Sherry Ginn
Gillian Leitch
Disturbing Visions in SFF II: Rape Culture
Gillian Leitch
Sherry Ginn
Redwood A
Roundtable
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry
(Manning)
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry VII - Lilly
Ledbetter, Peppermint Patty, & Dorothy Gale
(Oh My!): Women in Popular Culture
Carolyne Wright
The (Wo)Man with No Name
Nicole Emmelhainz
Willow A
¡POP! GOES THE POETRY!
Suzi Garcia
Raising Lilly Ledbetter: Women Poets Occupy
Carolyne Wright
the Workspace
3114
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell and Law, Order, and Trauma
Nyabuti)
John Scaggs
Amnesia and Cultural Trauma in Tana French’s In
Shirley Peterson
Willow B
the Woods
Affect, Anxiety, and the Abject Corpse in A
Karen Montgomery Moore
Study in Scarlet
The Detective as Melancholic: Maintaining Law
John Caruso
and Order on the Eve of Apocalypse in The Last
Policeman by Ben H. Winters
The Liminal Marlowe: Rituals, Thresholds, and
John Scaggs
the Figure of the Detective
3115
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim) Comics and Comic Art: Superheros and
Adaptation
Nicole Freim
No Fear, No Restictions: Daredevil, Netflix, and
Nicole Freim
Grand Ballroom A
the Rise of Comics on Television
Superheroes Lost and Found in Translation:
Alex Wainer
Principles for Successful Adaptations from
Comics to Film.
The Appropriation of the Batman Aesthetic and
Carlos Acosta-Ponce
Batman-esque Elements in the TV Show Arrow
The Fluttering of Bat Wings: Adaptation from
John Darowski
Comic Book to Film in Batman Begins
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 83
Panel #
3116
Topic Area (Area Chair) 84
Film (Palumbo)
Session Title
Film XIII--Female Archetypes: the Final Girl &
the Manic Pixie Dream Girl
Session chair
Josephine Leide
Presentation title
Presenter
Women and Slasher Films
Jessica Robinson
Deconstructing the Manic Pixie Dream Girl
Alex Sterne
De-sublimation of the Manic Pixie Dream Girl as
Josephine Leide
Room
Grand Ballroom B
the Courtly Lover in the film Paper Towns
3117
Philosophy and Popular Culture (Okapal
and Decker)
Heroes and Villains and Greek Drama
Kirsti Ringger
The Ancient and Modern Hero: Comparing
Nicole M. Jowsey
Grand Ballroom C
Achilleus and Harry Potter
Gamora as Lacanian Superhero
Kirsti Ringger
The Meek Shall Inherit: Greek Dramatic Theory
Hannah Anderson
in Modern Drama
3118
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Art and Design Culture VII
Danielle Lewis
Identity Theft: Appropriating the imagery of
Danielle Lewis
Grand Ballroom D
northwest coastal tribes into the Seattle civic
identity
Chicano Park
Robert Coppola
A mano / By Hand
John Gardner
Crafting Queerness: Marginal Practices, Identities
Joseph Medaglia
and Ways of Being.
3119
Dance and Dance Culture (Delgado and
Atkins)
Dance and Culture VI: Archives:
Voice/Body/Machine
Elizabeth Bergman The Use of the Voice in Bebe Miller’s A History:
Madeline Kurtz
Ballard
Functions, Strategies, and Opinions
Putting the Dancing back into Dance: Using a
Jennifer Dick
dancer's insider perspective to concretize
ephemeral artifacts found in the embodied
archive. Presenter: Jennifer Dick
Grand Debut: A Documentary About Ability,
Christopher Boulton
Aging, and "Integrated Dance"
3120
Music (Kitts)
Music 13: Rock Music and Comedy #2
Thomas M. Kitts
Slackness inna de Yard: Lyrical play in Reggae and
Eric Abbey
Capitol Hill
Dancehall music.
The Phantom, Da Palma and Rock and Roll Satire
James Martens
“We Must Be Flipping Out”: Zappa’s 200 Motels
Scott Henderson
as a Carnivalesque Subversion of Pop Music
The Musical Comedy Revue of Flo & Eddie
Thomas M. Kitts
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 84
Panel #
3124
Topic Area (Area Chair) 85
Body and Culture (Sally)
Session Title
Body & Culture II: Semiotics & The Signifying
Body
Session chair
Lynn Sally
Presentation title
Presenter
Silent Bodies: Embodied Linguistic Failures in
Room
Katherine Akey
Greenwood
Sharp Objects
Verschiebung Africanus:Ethnographic Wonder,
Andrew Kettler
Freudian Dreamwork, and Slave Resistance
toAtlantic Era Olfactory Dialectics
Mind, Body, and Avian Identity in Birdman and
Monica Florence
Aristophanes' Birds
3125
British Popular Culture (Thum and Riga)
Image, Culture, Film: Fram Shakespeare to
Downton Abbey
John Greenfield
Weird Sisters: The Supernatural in Director
Judith J. Kollmann
Issaquah A
Justin Kurzel's 2015 Film of 'MacBeth'
Nineteenth Century Anthropology and H.Rider
Maureen Thum
Haggard's Allan and the Ice Gods (1927)
Towards Something Fresh? P.G. Wodehouse,
Finn Pollard
transatlantic romances in fiction and the AngloAmerican relationship 1910-1915
Downton Abbey: The Final Season and a
John Greenfield
Retrospective
3126
Children's Literature and Culture (Doughty) Children's Literature and Culture IX: Fantasy
Jessica Mitzner
An Evolving ‘Egyptian Question’: Ancient Egypt in
Heather Cyr
Issaquah B
Contemporary Children’s Fantasy
Return to Reality: Embracing Psychological &
Edcel Cintron
Social Parameters in Neil Gaiman’s Coraline and
Patrick Ness’ A Monster Calls
A Burkean Analysis of Semantic and Poetic
The Fantasy of the Fountain of Magical Brethren:
Victoria Houser
Jessica Mitzner
Integrationist Racial Politics in Harry Potter
3127
Black Performing Arts (Borshuk and
Banbury)
Black Aesthetics and Performance
Amor Kohli
Cultural Memory and the African American
Elizabeth-Burton Jones
Kirkland
Exodus to Paris
And now how do you sound?: Ted Joans,
Amor Kohli
Performance, and a Jazz Aesthetic
From Creative Music to a Hip-Hop President:
Michael Borshuk
On Black Musicians and Models of Political
Engagement
3128
Generation X (Rahm)
Generation X Round Table Discussion
Shay Rahm
Generation X :We Are Still Here:Remembering
the Forgotten Generation
Shay Rahm
Elwood Watson
Joseph Hancock
H. Louise Davis
Gwen Hart
Tom Pace
Leschi
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 85
Panel #
3129
Topic Area (Area Chair) 86
Film and History (Miller)
Session Title
Film & History V: Historical Representations
Session chair
King Adkins
Presentation title
Presenter
Lowell Thomas, Lawrence of Arabia, and Early
Room
Brendon Yuill
Medina
American Film
Traumatic Terrors and Modern Shocks in James
Joshua Wucher
Whale’s Frankenstein
Men with Names: Historical Representation in
James Curnow
the Films of Clint Eastwood
3130
Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic
Gaming) (Jellenik)
Adaptation 2: Transmedia Approaches to
Adaptation
Oriana Gatta
History, Dramatic Irony, and Tarrantino
King Adkins
Re-Animating Lovecraft: Exploring Reader
Landon Berry
Ravenna A
Agency in Transmedia Stories
“Novel” Media: The Lizzie Bennet Diaries and
Samara Surface
Horizontal Adaptation
Charles Bane
“You weren’t hired to philosophize,
Torrance”:The Death of the Author in Stephen
King’s The Shining
Sea Inside Her: Intertextuality as Rhetorical
Oriana Gatta
Invention Strategy for Transmedia Adaptation
3131
Women's Studies (Kent)
Gender and Power in 20th and 21st Century
American Literature
Teresa Hernandez- A Feminine Voice: Examining the Heroines in
Reed
Ernest Hemingway’s “Cat in the Rain” and Sandra
Teresa Hernandez-Reed
Ravenna B
Cisneros’s “Never Marry a Mexican”
Pleasure, Power, and Symbiosis: The Navigation
Jamie Stuart
of Consent and Agency in Octavia Butler's Story
Worlds
Androgyny and Constructing Women: “Well-
Jillian Wenburg
Knit Bone and Nerve"
Making the Natural Perverse: Sexual Misconduct
Therese Holland
in Lolita and The Comfort of Strangers
3132
Undergraduate Sessions (Rubinfeld and
Nordmeyer)
Undergraduate Sessions I: Identity, Illusion, and Megan Peters
Otherness in Popular Culture
Call Her Agent: Examining Agent Carter’s
Megan Peters
Ravenna C
Feminist Narrative & Écriture Féminine
"White People, Am I Right?": An Exploration of
Emily Sherrill
the Other in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
The Impossible Governess: Doctor Who and the
Alycia Gilbert
Victorian Vision
A Man Obeys: The Effect of False Autonomy and
the Illusion of Choice in Bioshock Infinite
Michael McDermott
Chris Netterville
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 86
Panel #
3133
Topic Area (Area Chair) 87
Latin American Literature and Culture
(Montilla)
Session Title
Music, Comics, and Religious Iconography in
Mexican Popular Culture
Session chair
Patricia Montilla
Presentation title
Presenter
An Examination and Discussion of Mexico's
Room
Kelli Alvarez
Boren
History through Ballads
Hombres Intrepidos or Zona de Desastre:
Amanda Ledwon
Interpretations of Comics from the 1985 Mexico
City Earthquake.
From Saint to Seductress: The Virgin of
Rosalie Bouck
Guadalupe Re-Imagined as Feminist, Sex-Symbol,
and Revolutionary in Contemporary Culture
Reappearing the Disappeared: Phantoms and the
Patricia Montilla
Fantastic Mode in Carolina de Roberti’s Perla.
3134
Academics and Collegiate Culture (Caney)
Academics and Collegiate Culture II: Sex,
Comics, Parents and College Campuses
James Ramey
Legislating Sex and Consent on College
Cynthia Jones
Columbia
Campuses
Popular Film and Television: A Critical Analysis
Bridget Kriner
Kristina Ambrosia-Conn
Boomerang Parents: When Mom and Dad Go to
Alexander Bruce
Representations of Community Colleges in
College, Too
Misconceptions and Attitudes that Hinder
James Ramey
Learning in the Classroom and in Popular
Culture through a Comic Strip Viewpoint
3135
Internet Culture (Helb and Ray)
Celebrity Scandal
Jason Scott
"Hollywood Hacker Bullshit": Popular Hacktivism
Alex Christie
Jefferson A
and Mr. Robot
Points of View: Masculinity, Privacy, and
Jason Scott
Celebrity Sext/Hacking Scandals
Vintage Distressed, not Blood Spatter: Identifying
Megan Brenneman
Points of Contention in a Social Media
Controversy
3136
3137
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel)
BDSM/Kink/Fetish Studies (Martinez)
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies IX: Roundtable -- Bruce Drushel
Perspectives on Roland Emmerich's Film
"Stonewall"
Roundtable: Perpsectives on Roland Emmerich's
Panel Discussion: BDSM & Our Legal Sexual
Freedom
A Sexological View of BDSM & Our Legal Sexual
Judy Guerin
Film "Stonewall"
Freedom: (Our changing Sexual Culture & the
Amy Patrick
Bruce Drushel
Joseph Sirianni
Jesse Marden
Donnie Lopez
Judy Guerin
Charley Ferrer
Jefferson B
Seneca
Law)
3138
Tolkien Studies (Reid)
Tolkien Studies II: Pedagogy. Teaching Tolkien's Leslie Donovan
Middle-earth in the 21st Century Roundtable
Teaching Tolkien’s Middle-earth in the Twentyfirst Century
Leslie Donovan
Rebecca Addy
Victoria L Holtz Wodzak
Brian Walter
Robin Reid
University
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 87
Panel #
3145
Topic Area (Area Chair) 88
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film
(Findley and Simpson)
Session Title
Session chair
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film V: The Marie Levesque
Cruelty of Innocence
Presentation title
Presenter
A Doll Forever: The Malicious Innocence of
Sara Austin
Room
Cirrus Ballroom
Vampiric Children
The Vampire and the Virgin
Veronica Popp
Never to grow old: child vampires in 1980s film
Lisa Nevarez
Children of the Savage Garden: The Vampire as
Marie Levesque
an Emblem of Tradition in Anne Rice’s The
Vampire Chronicles
THURSDAY 11:45AM
3202
Civil War and Reconstruction (Allred)
Civil War and Reconstruction I: War in the
Border Lands
Randal W. Allred
“Battlefield or Home Front? Life with Mosby’s
Madeleine Forrest
Diamond A
Rangers in Fauquier County, Virginia”
“‘Hell-in-Arkansas’: Environment and the 1863
G. David Schieffler
Helena Campaign”
Nature and Guerrilla Warfare in the Trans-
Matthew Stith
Mississippi Theater
3203
3205
Radio and Audio Media (Chorba)
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Radio 2 - Music Radio: Hip Hop in the Digital
Age, The DJ Era & Bob Dylan
Game Studies XV - Internal Impacts of Games
James R. Belpedio
#freeguwop: Hip Hop and Incarceration in the
Zach Torp
Diamond B
Digital Age
Mark Brand
Dylan, "Theme Time Radio," and The Big Tent
David Gaines
Metanoia's Bloodstains: Reflection in Dark Souls
Richard Snyder
Aspen
& Maker Culture
"Dreaming of Shooting Myself in the Head,"
Ian Rolon
Memento Mori as the Central Theme of Shin
Megami Tensi: Persona 3
Bring Your Daughter to the End of the World:
Mark Brand
The Last of Us and the Austerity Parent
3206
Motherhood/Fatherhood and Popular
Culture (Podnieks)
Representations of Parenthood on Television
Kathryn Pallister
Everyone's Replaceable: Motherhood and the
Anna Aupperle
Cedar A
Commodification of Childhood in Lifetime's
Dance Moms (co-author Azeta Halef)
TIME TRAVEL, PARENTING AND FAMILY IN
Kathryn Pallister
ONCE UPON A TIME
What to Expect When You're Parenting Your
Ellyn Lem
Parents: How Popular Media Can Assist in
Understanding Our Aging Elders
I am the Bullet and the Blade: Impotent
Angela Insenga
Fatherhood and Mythopoeic Matriarchy in True
Detective
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 88
Panel #
3207
Topic Area (Area Chair) 89
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Session Title
Hands On Fandom
Session chair
Lincoln Geraghty
Presentation title
Presenter
Customization and Commodification: Material
Victoria Godwin
Room
Cedar B
Fan Practices and Fan Labor
Secret Identities: Cosplay, Identitiy, and
Erik Lewis
Identification
Rebuilding the Force, Brick by Brick: Canon
Lincoln Geraghty
Reformation and Brand Synergy in LEGO Star
Wars
3208
Communication and Digital Culture (Nunes Witness III: Feminist Engagements
and Burrough)
xtine burrough
“She Deserves It”: A Critical Discourse Analysis
Nicole Cameron
Juniper
of Witness’ Reactions to Intimate Partner
Violence
The Twitterverse: Schooling the Next
Judy Isaksen
Generation on Intersectionality
The Women of El Toro: App users as witnesses
xtine burrough
of lost stories
3209
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular
Allen Ellis
Research (Ellis)
Research III: The Library as Research Resource:
Inroads and Barriers
Reaching for Success: Popular Culture
Amanda Stow
Madrona
Collections and First Year Seminar Curriculum
“Flower Tea”? What’s that?: Studying the
Andrew Carlos
Information-seeking behavior of viewers through
engagement with the Korean variety show
Running Man
Using Tweets to Teach Information Literacy to
Elisabeth Rodriguez
Developmental Education Students
Library
Stephen Bales
Tina Budzise-Weaver
Magical Objects and Their Influence on Self-
Stephanie Dreier
A Freudo-Marxian Analysis of the Modern
3210
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and
Ginn)
Lessons to be Learned
Stephanie Dreier
Redwood A
Identification: A Comparative Study through
Fantasy Fiction
3211
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Critiques of Popular Animated Series
Kaytlin Dawes
The Logic of Mary Doria Russell's The Sparrow
Jake Jakaitis
“I’m the King of the World!”: A Rhetorical
Kaytlin Dawes
Redwood B
Criticism of Clarence
“If Every Porkchop Were Perfect, We Wouldn’t
Lavena Staten
Have Hotdogs”: A Rhetorical Criticism of Steven
Universe
Finding Feminism on the Menu: A Rhetorical
Pamela Kaylor
Criticism of Bob’s Burgers
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 89
Panel #
3213
3215
Topic Area (Area Chair) 90
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry
(Manning)
Session Title
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry VIII - Jesus
Loses the Last Gun: Poetry of Reinvention &
Critique
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim) Comics and Comic Art: Alan Moores and
Depictions of Power
Session chair
Katie Manning
Presentation title
Presenter
Micah Yee
Places We Were Never Meant To See
The Last Gun
Brian Thornton
Anne Harding Woodworth
Rewriting the Bible: A New Poetry Project
Katie Manning
Terrence Wandtke Hybridity and the Critique of Imperial
Nicole Freim
Room
Lovers and Losses: The Beloved In Pain
Carol Fox
Willow A
Grand Ballroom A
Narrativization in Alan Moore’s The League of
Extraordinary Gentlemen, Vol. 1
Finding the Feminine in Watchmen
Nyssa Tucker
From "Black Unrest" to Aryan Millennium:
Bri Lafond
Parsing the Racial Politics of Watchmen’s
Alternative History
Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s From Hell as
James Wurtz
Neo-Victorian Historiography
3216
3216
3216
Film (Palumbo)
Film (Palumbo)
Film (Palumbo)
Film XIV--Film Feminism: The Beach, Abortion,
Film Covers, & Mad Max: Glory Road
Corey Petersen
Film XIV--Film Feminism: The Beach, Abortion,
Film Covers, & Mad Max: Glory Road
Corey Petersen
Film XIV--Film Feminism: The Beach, Abortion,
Film Covers, & Mad Max: Glory Road
Corey Petersen
A Feminist Politics of the Everyday in Dorthe
Nicole Richter
Grand Ballroom B
Kimberley Mason
Grand Ballroom B
Ryan Monk
Grand Ballroom B
Sharon Grindle
Grand Ballroom C
Scheffman’s The Beach
Portraying Reality: A Feminist Perspective of
Abortion in Film
Mad Max is My Co-pilot: Mad Max as a Christ
Figure and the Feminist Usurpation of a
Masculine Franchise
3217
Philosophy and Popular Culture (Okapal
and Decker)
Mother and Father in Sci-Fi and Fantasy
Jamie Steele
The Triangulation of Matt Murdock and Wilson
Fisk: Women who [Don’t] Know
The Triangulation of Matt Murdock and Wilson
Ashley Davies
Fisk: The Word of the Father
Mother Alien, Father Prometheus: From Oedipal
Jamie Steele
child to Oedipal Parent in the Alien films
3218
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Art and Design Culture VIII
James Malazita
The Material Undermining of Magical Feminism in
James Malazita
Grand Ballroom D
the Design of Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea
Data Installations: An Art Technology
Laura Werthmann
You Are Here: Collaborative Mind-Mapping in
Cassie Moran
Art Therapy
"Jumping In" or "Touching Warms the Art"
Jenny Keyser
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 90
Panel #
3220
3224
Topic Area (Area Chair) 91
Music (Kitts)
Body and Culture (Sally)
Presentation title
Presenter
Music 14: Special Session--A Screening: It's
Thomas M. Kitts
Gonna Blow!!! San Diego's Music Underground Michael Lupro
1986-1996
Session Title
Session chair
It's Gonna Blow!!! San Diego's Music
Michael Lupro
Capitol Hill
Body & Culture III: Bodies in/of Fashion &
Magazines
What does plus-size actually mean? A content
Deborah Christel
Susan Dunn
Greenwood
Lynn Sally
Room
Underground 1986-1996
analysis of uses of ‘Plus-size’ in clothing brands,
fashion models and dress forms
The Price of Perfection: The Allure and Danger
Hailee Potter
of Extreme Photoshop Retouching
The International Playboy: Global Content
Jared LaGroue
Sharing and Cross-Cultural Depictions of
Playboy's Cover Models
3225
British Popular Culture (Thum and Riga)
Pop Music and Fantasy: from Punk and Hip Hop John Rogers
to Dr. Who
Ridicule is nothing to be scared of: British
Elaine Phillips
Issaquah A
Popular Culture in the Music Videos of Adam
Ant
Punk Aesthetics in UK Hip-hop
Justin Williams
The Difference Between Villain and Villainess:
Nancy Kerns
The Master and Gender Identity in Doctor Who
3226
Children's Literature and Culture (Doughty) Children's Literature and Culture X: Place and
Space
Susan Larkin
The Faustian Deal and The Doctor
Jonathan Tyler
The Journey of "The Little House"
Terri Toles-Patkin
Once Upon a Poop: The Significance of Poop in
Mr. Rogers’s Make-believe: Making Space for
Hee Eun Lee
Susan Larkin
Issaquah B
Reality
3227
Black Performing Arts (Borshuk and
Banbury)
Cultural Critiques of Film, Theatre, and Media I Lee Chambers
Africanity and Musical Freedom in Watafiti's
Lee Chambers
Kirkland
Utenzi Gerezani
Deconstructing the Jazz Musician Myth in Biopic
Hot Seat: The Permeability of
Jeremy Tow
Amissa Miller
Audience/Performer Divides in the Experiences
of Black Theatergoers
3228
Generation X (Rahm)
GEN-X Realities in Literature: Redefining
Institutions and the Odyssey of the Apathetic
Timothy Petete
"Institutional Infestations: Gender and Religion in
Carrie Ryan's The Forest of Hands and Teeth"
"Pandemonium: The Arena of Gen-X Realities"
The Robopocalyspe Is Nigh: Generation X and
the Mistrust of the Institution
Meredith Seagraves
Maggie McGee
Jennifer Bean
Jennifer Bean
Maggie McGee
Meredith Seagraves
Maggie McGee
Jennifer Bean
Meredith Seagraves
Leschi
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 91
Panel #
3229
Topic Area (Area Chair) 92
Film and History (Miller)
Session Title
Film & History VI: Race, Gender, and Sex
Session chair
Lauren Lessing
Presentation title
Presenter
Sylvia as a Wilting Flower and Lucy as a Broken
Room
Charlene Regester
Medina
Blossom: Female Victimization in Oscar
Micheaux's Within Our Gates and D. W.
Griffith's Broken Blossoms
Hollywood and the Mammy: An Enduring
Anna Ogunkunle
Stereotype for African-American Actresses
Illuminating shadowed histories through film:
Danyelle Greene
Cinematic representations of Black women in
Selma
Dumbo’s African Ears: Miscegenation as
Lauren Lessing
Spectacle in Walt Disney's 1941 Film
3230
Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic
Gaming) (Jellenik)
Adaptation 3: Defining/Re-Defining Adaptation Mark O’Thomas
Theory I
Diving under the covers – what post-literary
Mark O’Thomas
Ravenna A
versions can teach us about defining adaptation.
Adapting Hutcheon: The Centrality of Nostalgia
Heidi Stoffer
in Adaptation
"The Beginning of the Beginning of the End of the
Thomas Grochowski
Beginning": The Last Waltz As Adaptation
3231
Women's Studies (Kent)
Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary TV,
Memoirs, and Advertising
Melissa Vosen
Callens
Gendered Representations in AMC's Halt and
Melissa Vosen Callens
Ravenna B
Catch Fire and HBO's Silicon Valley
“Still a Boys Club”: Doing Gender in Chef
Amy Reddinger
Memoirs
Advertising Fetishism: The Sexualization of
Advitiya Sachdev
Motorcycles in Indian Advertising.
More Than Neurotic Singletons and Hot Messes:
Jessica Van Slooten
Bridget Jones’ Diary, Trainwreck and the
Evolution of Third Wave Feminisms and
Postfeminism
3232
Undergraduate Sessions (Rubinfeld and
Nordmeyer)
Undergraduate Sessions II: Cultural
Constructions, Expressions, and Perceptions
Amber Thompson
The Talk: Facilitating Sexual Education
Amber Thompson
Ravenna C
Conversation in the ELA Classroom
Reclaiming Pocahontas: A Journey Towards
Kenleigh Howard
Realizing Historical Bias
The Elephant Painter
Yoga Marketing
Daniel R Smith
Tania Mejia
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 92
Panel #
3233
Topic Area (Area Chair) 93
Latin American Literature and Culture
(Montilla)
Session Title
Session chair
Visiones del pasado y el futuro en la narrativa Inés Ordiz
hispanoamericana contemporánea: máquinas y
distopías
Presentation title
Presenter
La novela distópica en México.
Javier Ordiz Vázquez
La máquina dictatorial: déspotas y distopías en
Julio Quintero
Room
Boren
Sumario (2010) de Federico Vegas
Seres artificiales, conciencia y humanidad en la
literatura hispanoamericana.
Ciber-corporalidad y tecnocultura: La primera
Adriana Gordillo
Inés Ordiz
Julio Quintero
Inés Ordiz
calle de la soledad de Gerardo Horacio Porcayo
3234
3235
Academics and Collegiate Culture (Caney)
Internet Culture (Helb and Ray)
Academics and Collegiate Culture III: Comics for Marissa Pighin
Safe Campuses
Gender, Race, & Social Media
Mary Beth Ray
Comics for Safe Campuses: Using Graphic
Narratives to Empower and Connect Students
Constructing #Cookie: Analyzing collaborative
Marissa Pighin
Tiffany Woelfel
Judith Rosenbaum
Columbia
Jefferson A
interpretations of Black culture and femininity on
Twitter (co-author Krista Monk)
Critical Video Game Industry Studies
Cr/Hacking the (Gendered) System:
Benjamin Burroughs
Paul Rama
Tess Pierce
[email protected], dI$rUp7i0N, and [email protected]:
A MANIFESTO
3236
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel)
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies X: Bodies
Traci Abbott
The Inherited Gaze of Christopher Isherwood
Seung-A Lee
Jefferson B
from I Am a Camera (1955) to Cabaret (1972)
Understanding Female-To-Male Transsexuality
Quang Ngo
through the German Movie Romeos
Do Transgender Actors resolve “Transface”
Traci Abbott
Tensions?
From Stonewall to Grindr: Straight Acting,
Sissyphobia, and troubled Masculinities
3237
BDSM/Kink/Fetish Studies (Martinez)
Special Topic: Consent Counts -- It's never just
black and white
Richard
Cunningham
3238
Tolkien Studies (Reid)
Tolkien Studies III: Reception. Fans,
Translations, and Connections
Phillip Fitzsimmons Admirable and Abhorred: (or, Gandalf’s hardly
Consent Counts -- It's never just black and white
Michael Tew
Rocco Sulfridge
Jefferson B
Richard Cunningham
Judy Guerin
Seneca
Maria Alberto
University
the only Maia in Middle-earth)
Translating Tolkien into Chinese: Amateur vs.
Xiqing Zheng
Professional
Glimpses of lost home in the works of J.R.R.
Phillip Fitzsimmons
Tolkien and Owen Barfield
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 93
Panel #
3239
Topic Area (Area Chair) 94
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and
Strubel)
Session Title
Session chair
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and
Design XI: Identity and Meaning
Jo Paoletti
Presentation title
Presenter
'Should I be fashionable, stylish, or both?' -
Shipra Gupta
Room
Virginia
Consumption, consumer meanings, and identity
construction
Put your Freakum Dress on...Every woman got
Keith Nishida
one? Exploring the influence of individual choices
in provocative attire, appearance and negotiation
with self
3245
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film
(Findley and Simpson)
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film VI:
Roundtable: What Is the Future of Vampire
Studies?
Cait Coker
Age Appropriate: Fashion and the Life Course
Jo Paoletti
Roundtable: What is the Future of Vampire
Cait Coker
U Melissa Anyiwo
Candace Benefiel
Amanda Hobson
Lisa Nevarez
Rhonda Nicol
Ana Gal
Cirrus Ballroom
Randal W. Allred
Diamond A
Studies?
THURSDAY 1:15PM
3302
Civil War and Reconstruction (Allred)
Civil War and Reconstruction II: The Civil War in Michael W.
Film
Schaefer
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, First South
Carolina Volunteers, and the Making of Glory.
History Writ with Lightning: How Movies Help
Christopher Bates
Explain the Popularity of the Civil War
“You Play ‘Marchin’ Through Georgia’ and I’ll
Michael W. Schaefer
Join the Lynch Mob”: John Ford’s Post-Civil War
South
3303
Radio and Audio Media (Chorba)
Radio 3 -Innovations in Radio’s Future, ReCharles Ganzert
creating Histories of Small Towns via Radio
Drama, & Eleanor Roosevelt: First Lady of Radio
‘Being There’ with Radio: Intimacy and
Phylis Johnson
Diamond B
Innovation in Immersive Listening
Re-creating the Histories of Small Towns
Jennifer Johnson
through Radio Drama
3305
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies XVI - Going Online
Theo Plothe
Eleanor Roosevelt: The First Lady of Radio
Frank Chorba
Streaming Futures: The Rise of Twitch & eSports
League, Skill, Sports, and Games
Paul Rama
Benjamin Burroughs
Olli Sotamaa
Christopher A. Paul
Bearded Dragons at Play: YouTube videos and
Theo Plothe
The Real Fantasy Football: Fantasy Premier
Aspen
the simulacra of Ant Smasher
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 94
Panel #
3306
Topic Area (Area Chair) 95
Motherhood/Fatherhood and Popular
Culture (Podnieks)
Session Title
Working Mothers and Mother Work in
Literature and Television
Session chair
Mimi Choi
Presentation title
Presenter
Mothers Hunting Murderers: Representations of
Room
Shauna Wilton
Cedar A
Motherhood in Broadchurch and Happy Valley
The Bon Bons Fallacy: Redefining the Work of
Michelle Napierski-Prancl
Mothers
Artifact and Ephemerality: Julia Kristeva’s Chora
Mimi Choi
and the Ambivalent Iconoclasm of Kim Gordon’s
Girl in a Band (2015)
3307
3308
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Fan Culture and Theory Roundtable I: Shame,
Gender, and Social Capital - The Problems of
Reading Fanfiction
Communication and Digital Culture (Nunes Witness IV: Self (ie)-Witness
and Burrough)
Cait Coker
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular
Research (Ellis)
Research IV: Libraries & Librarians in Popular
Culture: Image & Perception
Cedar B
Juniper
Personality Correlates
Karen Dill-Shackleford
Crystal Connors
Ericka Goerling
Selfies, Self-Witnessing, and the Digital Citizen
Mark Nunes
The Library & Librarian in Contemporary
Television
Joan Jocson-Singh
Angela Washington
Are Libraries Creepy? The Popular Image of the
Scott Jones
Problems of Reading Fanfiction
Mark Nunes
Moms, Teenaged Girls, and Selfies: Daughters’
Selfie Practices, Gratifications, Beliefs and
a
3309
Cait Coker
Candace Benefiel
Rukmini Pande
Samantha Close
Elizabeth Nielsen
Daisy Pignetti
Renee Reynolds
Bethany Scettrini
Shame, Gender, And Social Capital: The
Allen Ellis
Creepy and Uncanny Library in Cinema and
Television
“[T]he most important skill in the game”: The
Mark Alpert
Call of Cthulhu Role Playing Game and the
Changing Portrayal of Library Use
3310
3311
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and
Ginn)
Music of the Spheres: Telling Stories in 360
Degrees - Screening
Ruth Gregory
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Complex Narratives
Antonio Savorelli
Music of the Spheres: Telling Stories in 360
Ruth Gregory
Redwood A
Thomas J Billard
Redwood B
Degrees
In a wibbly-wobbly time and place: Queer
temporality in the BBC’s Doctor Who
Burying Ledes: Narrative Complexity, Drillability
Chandler Harriss
& The Good Wife
The Living Death of the Author: Kurt Sutter, Self-
James Keller
Referentiality, and Sons of Anarchy
The Tale of a Revolution that Wasn’t: 1992 and
Antonio Savorelli
the Making of Italian History
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 95
Panel #
3315
Topic Area (Area Chair) 96
Session Title
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim) Comics and Comic Art: Comics Origins
Rewritten from Donald Duck to She-Hulk
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Terrence Wandtke The Master of the Mississippi, The King of the
Nicole Freim
Room
Peter Bryan
Grand Ballroom A
Klondike!: Nature, Authenticity, and the Appeal
of Donald Duck Comics
Funny Business: From Scrooge to Stark to She-
Adele H Bealer
Hulk
The Cosmic, Comic Carnival: Expanding the
Kerry Soper
Notion of Satire on the Traditional Funnies Page
3316
Film (Palumbo)
Film XV--Gender in Daniel Craig's Bond Films:
Casino Royale, Skyfall, Spectre
Tom McNeely
Reworking the Bond Girl Concept in the Craig
Lisa Funnell
Grand Ballroom B
Era Films
007's Daddy Issues?: Re-establishing Patriarchy in
Tom McNeely
SPECTRE
3317
Philosophy and Popular Culture (Okapal
and Decker)
Philosophy and Film
Michael Starr
INSIDE (INSIDE Notions Scrutinizing the
Rebecca Baker
Grand Ballroom C
Implication of a Downward-spiraling Eternity)
Or: Recursion, Tangled Hierarchies, and
Consciousness in Pixar’s Inside Out
Deceit, Desire, and Mimetic Doubling in the
George Dunn
Films of Christopher Nolan
Beyond Living Doubly: Camus and Synecdoche,
Christian Harris
New York
“It’s the End of the World. It’s Rather Important
Michael Starr
Really.” Accelerationist Aesthetics of the
Whedonverses.
3318
3319
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Dance and Dance Culture (Delgado and
Atkins)
Art and Design Culture IX
Alke GroppelWegener
Dance and Culture VIII: Probing Choreographic Jen Atkins
Methods: How Making Dance Can Question
Culture
Sustainable Print Media in the Context of
Szilvia Kadas
Grand Ballroom D
Graphic Design
What Is Old Is New Again
Nancy Bernardo
Redrawing the Textbook
Alke Groppel-Wegener
“Probing Choreographic Methods: How Making
Hannah Schwadron
Ballard
Dance Can Question Culture”
Utterance: Pages from My Rhythmic Diary
Jasmine Booker
The Rebel in the House: Dancing Paradoxes of
Amanda Sieradzki
the American Woman
Probing Choreographic Methods: How Making
Mary Roberts
Dance Can Question Culture
Probing Choreographic Methods: How Making
Heather Boni
Dance Can Question Culture
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 96
Panel #
3320
Topic Area (Area Chair) 97
Music (Kitts)
Session Title
Music 15: Rock Music and Comedy #4
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Nick Baxter-Moore "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose It's Flavour on
Mats Greiff
Room
Capitol Hill
the Bedpost Over Night?" Music Hall Comedy
Singers, Lonnie Donegan and the Sixties Pop
Music
Grumbly Grimblies, Frozen Dogs and other
Peter Grant
Boojums: Eccentricity from Chaucer to Carroll
in English Psychedelia
‘I’m Not Particularly Witty:’ Subversive Humour
Carey Fleiner
and Self-Depreciation in the Music and
Performance of the Kinks’
Come Together: Music, Comedy and Political
Nick Baxter-Moore
Activism in the Secret Policeman’s Ball(s)
3324
Baby-Boomer Culture (Von Schilling)
Baby Boomer Culture
James Von Schilling Sandra Starkey Boomer fashion bloggers: Using
Sandra Starkey
Greenwood
social media as a valuable research tool to gain
insight about aging female apparel needs
“Live Like Lucy” : Suburban Aspiration and the
Laura LaPlaca
Commodification of Sitcom Set Design
"'Some things aren't true even if they did happen':
Cynthia Bartels
one youth's view of Altamont"
3325
Popular Art, Architecture, and Design
(Streb)
(Re)Designing Architecture
Stanley C. Kranc
The Whole Earth Photo and Its Legacy
James Von Schilling
Reinventing Arthur Purnell's Power Station.
Derham Groves
TRULY INDIGENOUS: Edward Durell Stone and
Greg Herman
Issaquah A
the Modern Log House
Designing the Happiest Kingdom of Them All:
Robert Neuman
Projects for Disneyland's Fantasyland, 1953-1955
3326
Ecology and Culture (O'Shaughnessey)
Ecology and Culture
Margaret
O'Shaughnessey
Cletus, Chin Chin, and Cinnamon: Why Animal
Shannon Howard
Issaquah B
Lives Matter in The Gilmore Girls
The Disaster of Healing: Animal Horror and
Heike Schwarz
Human Psychosis
Steven Rosendale
Literary Precursors of Social Justice
Environmentalism in U.S. Left Modernism
A View from Outer Space: Technological
Matthew Whitaker
Fetishism and the Environmental Ethics of
Interstellar
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 97
Panel #
3327
Topic Area (Area Chair) 98
Black Performing Arts (Borshuk and
Session Title
Session chair
Cultural Critiques of Film, Theatre, and Media II Macy Skipworth
Presentation title
Presenter
Putting the “Class” in “America’s Classical
Jazz's Jab at Free Jazz: Ken Burns, Wynton
Room
Kenna Neitch
Macy Skipworth
Kirkland
Marsalis, and the Agency of Canonization
U.N.I.T.Y.—Addressing Misogyny and
Michael Easterling
Transcending the Sista’-Ho Dichotomy in Hip
Hop Culture
3328
German Literature and Culture (Desmarais) Aesthetics in German Culture: Responses to
Terror and Hollywood Takes
Noah Soltau
Fighting for Hearts and Minds in NYC:
Noah Soltau
Leschi
Revolutionary German Drama, Cultural Identity,
and the “Spectacle of Terrorism”
Kafka and Canetti in Hollywood?
Claude Desmarais
Lost & Found: Wim Wenders' Hollywood
Margit Grieb
Endings
3329
Film and History (Miller)
Film & History VII: Reel Race
Novotny Lawrence Playing the Realism Canard: From Slavery to
Carrie Marjorie Peirce
Medina
Selma
Middle of Somewhere: Reel Residents of Black
Josslyn Luckett
Los Angeles before and after Watts
“Sink the Boat”: Race Reversals and Vulgar
Daniel Langford
Revolution in Putney Swope
A White Film with a Twist of Blaxploitation: The
Novotny Lawrence
Making and Marketing of Detroit 9000
3330
3331
Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic
Gaming) (Jellenik)
Women's Studies (Kent)
Adaptation 4: Defining/Re-Defining Adaptation Glenn Jellenik
Theory II
Marriage and Sexuality on Being Mary Jane,
Bridezillas, Parks and Recreation, and Scandal
Katharine Zakos
What is Adaptation? Mutation? Translation? Just
Julie Brannon
Ravenna A
Really Good FanFic?
Big Data Frankenstein
Dennis Cutchins
Race Davis
Adaptation as the Art Form of Democracy
Glenn Jellenik
Black Women's Feminist Selves: The
kay siebler
Ravenna B
Gender/Sex/Sexuality/Race Politics of Being Mary
Jane and Scandal
Subverting Swanson's Sexuality: the Ambivalence
Hillary Weiss
of Women's Sexuality in Parks and Recreation
Taming the Unruly Brides on Bridezillas: “Can’t
Katharine Zakos
Talk to Her, Can’t Kill Her—Here Comes
Bridezilla!”
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 98
Panel #
3332
Topic Area (Area Chair) 99
Undergraduate Sessions (Rubinfeld and
Nordmeyer)
Session Title
Undergraduate Sessions III: Media and
Multimedia Heroes and Anti-heroes
Session chair
Reina Santiago
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
Once Upon an Anti-Heroine
REINA L Santiago
What Does the Scouter Say About Your Power
Christopher Rivera Esquilín
Ravenna C
Level? Martial Art Tropes in Anime and Manga
The Psychology of Sexy Super Women
Dominique Trujillo
“Fake Your Feelings” : An Analysis of the Role of
Bri Crumbley
Emotions in the Formation of Social Identity
3333
Asian Popular Culture (Lent and Xu)
Asian Popular Culture I: Cinema and TV -- China, John A. Lent
Japan, and Korea
Restructuring Hollywood's Romance Narrative in
Jing Yang
Boren
the Chinese Context: Beijing Meets Seattle
Monster Movies as National Allegories: Defining
Jennifer Cho
Genres in Korean Cinema
They do it all for the Nakama: Id Manipulation
Heather Pavletic
and the Bonds of Comradery in Hiro Mashima’s
Fairy Tale
Laughing with me if you believe in love--Young
Huike Wen
Urbanites and Romance in the Chinese sitcom,
Apartment Building of Romantic Love (2009present)
3334
Academics and Collegiate Culture (Caney)
Academics and Collegiate Culture IV:Cultural
Literacy, Critical Literacy and a Common Read
Eva Gold
Beyond The Awakening: Cultural Literacy and
Tom Fick
Columbia
Popular Fiction in the Classroom
Developing Critical Literacy: No Fear
Eva Gold
Shakespeare
The Rise of On-Line Education (co-author Jessica
Robert Engvall
Skolnikoff)
3335
Internet Culture (Helb and Ray)
Media Audiences & Distribution in the Digital
Sphere
Mary Beth Ray
The Disappearance of Ownership:The
Inkyu Kang
Jefferson A
Sociocultural Implications of the Trend toward
Cloud Computing and Streaming Services
Opportunities & Challenges: Digital Connectivity
Mary Beth Ray
& the Logistics of Music Consumption
3337
Soap Opera and Serialized Storytelling
(Irwin)
Soap Opera and Serialized Storytelling II:
Roundtable - The State of Serialized
Storytelling: Updates and Forecasts
MJ Robinson
Soap Opera and Serialized Storytelling II:
Diane Calhoun-French
Seneca
Roundtable - The State of Serialized Storytelling Update and Forecasts
David Feldman
MJ Robinson
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 99
Panel #
3338
Topic Area (Area Chair) 100
Tolkien Studies (Reid)
Session Title
Session chair
Tolkien Studies IV: Adaptation Film Studies
Janice Bogstad
Presentation title
Presenter
In the Arms of the Mountain: Tolkien’s Erebor
Room
Brian Walter
University
on Page and Screen
I Think It's the Beards: Gender Ambiguity and
Amanda Wetrick
the Erasure of Femaleness in Middle-Earth
Comparing the Elves in Tolkien's Hobbit and the
Janice Bogstad
Hobbit Films: A Change in Centrality for
Rivendell and 'Sylvan" Elves
3339
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and
Strubel)
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and
Design XII: Communication and Exhibition
Kathi Martin
Opening the Vault: Using Historic Costume
Lori Neuenfeldt
Virginia
Collections to Increase Community Awareness,
Interdisciplinary Collaboration, and
Undergraduate Research
Material and Ethereal: Mixed Reality Exhibition of
Kathi Martin
Fashion
Confronting or constructing the mythic designer?
Katie Baker Jones
Fashion designers’ discourse in Interview
magazine.
The Future in the Past: Exploring Barbarella's
Elizabeth Castaldo Lunden
Intergalactic Catwalk
3345
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film
(Findley and Simpson)
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film VII:
Roundtable: The Originals: Who Do You Love?
Civil War and Reconstruction (Allred)
Civil War and Reconstruction III: Memory and
Memorials in the Confederacy
Phil Simpson
ROUNDTABLE: The Originals: Who Do You
Love?
Mary Findley
Ashley Szanter
Candace Benefiel
Phil Simpson
Cirrus Ballroom
Shannon Smith
Diamond A
THURSDAY 3:00PM
3402
Stephen
Rockenbach
Teaching the Confederate Flag in American
Culture
“We Must Have No Tories in Our Midst”: Public
Gabriella Angeloni
Enemies & Revolutionary Memory in the
Confederacy
“The Rubicon has Been Crossed”: Changing the
Tre Rockenbach
Conversation about Richmond’s Monument
Avenue
“Not Everyone Cares About the Battles:”
Stephen Rockenbach
Virginia’s Sesquicentennial Commemorations and
the Creation of an Inclusive Memory of the Civil
War
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 100
Panel #
3403
Topic Area (Area Chair) 101
Asian Popular Culture (Lent and Xu)
Session Title
Asian Popular Culture II: Anime, Asian Design
Session chair
John A. Lent
Presentation title
Presenter
Revenge, Roads and Ronin: Finding the Weird
Room
joseph schaub
Diamond B
West in Contemporary Japanese Anime
"The factual elements of anime are directed
Brent Allison
more at the U.S." Pedagogical ethnocentrism and
the ironic sabotage of transcultural media
education
Poetics of Sound and Death: The function of
Kay Clopton
Nature and Effects in Kurosagi Corpse Delivery
Service
3405
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies XVII - Gendering Games
David Owen
Riot Boys: Gendering Space in League of Legends
Rory (Casey) Eschenbach
Your Princess is Making Her Own Castle!:
Jason LaTouche
Aspen
Gender, Race, and Reception in User Created
Video Game Levels
Saving the Princess: Critical Analyses of
Kevin Davis
Conventional Gender Identity in The Last of Us
Hogging the Controller: Unpacking Gender
David Owen
Assumptions within Gamer Culture
3406
Fat Studies (Owen and Jennings)
Fat Activism
Julia Rogers
Fat Acceptance: Emotional Habitus of Radical Fat
Crystal Kotow
Cedar A
Politics
Having fat v. Being fat: Genetics, Essentialism, and
Julia Rogers
People First Language. Strategies in Fat
Liberation.
3407
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Geek's Like Us - and Them
Maryann
Thompson
My Fandom is Better than Yours: Hierarchy in
Mindy Harward-Johnson
Cedar B
Today's Geek Culture
Exposing the numbers - tracking audience
behavior in the Calgary and Edmonton Comic
Giri Berenstein
Ofer Berenstein
and Entertainment Expos
Revenge of the Geeks: Popular Media
Andrew Byers
Representations of Geeks
First Generation Male Beatle Fans: "Yesterday
Maryann Thompson
and Today"
3408
Communication and Digital Culture (Nunes Witness V: Data Cultures
and Burrough)
Randy Nichols
Datastream Earth Witness
Lucy HG Solomon
Affectively Yours: Automated Facial Expression
Jonathan Doucette
Juniper
Analysis in the Age of Digital Surveillance
Artifacts from the Future
Randy Nichols
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 101
Panel #
3409
Topic Area (Area Chair) 102
Session Title
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular
Research (Ellis)
Research V: Establishing Relevance and
Awareness through Innovation
Session chair
Allen Ellis
Presentation title
Presenter
Iconic Florida Educator
Amanda Hill
Sara Raffel
Memeing Grandma: Bridging the Gap between
Clint Pumphrey
Finding Lucile: Uncovering the Stories of an
the Archives and Pop Culture through a
Historical Photo Meme Contest
Digital Humanities in the Heartland: Using
Room
Madrona
Darcy Pumphrey
Casey Hoeve
Librarians to Disseminate Popular Scholarly
Topics in Rural Areas.
3410
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and
Ginn)
50th Anniversary Celebration: Star Trek II
Thomas DuBose
“Women on the Bridge: Gender, Sexuality, and
Julie Sanchez
Redwood A
the Myth of Star Trek’s Original Pilot”
“The Outcast” as Metaphor: Star Trek: The Next
Lauren Copeland
Generation and Feminist Theory
To “Live Long and Prosper”:(Re)Imagined
Natashia Lindsey
Performances of Mixed Race Characters through
Star Trek’s Spock
3411
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
It's Not TV; It's HBO
Curt Hersey
Star Trek's Steel Magnolio
Thomas DuBose
Fat and Ash, Real and Imagined: All in a Mardi
Susan Martens
Redwood B
Gras Day in Treme
All in the Game: Foucault, Bourdieu, and The
Valerie Saturen
Wire
It’s not news parody, it’s HBO: Not Necessarily
Curt Hersey
the News and cable news pastiche
3415
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim) Comics and Comic Art: The Myth of Comics
History
Nick Katsiadas
Origins of the Comics
M. Thomas Inge
Foucault vs. Outcault: Periodization, the Popular,
Ryan Cadrette
Grand Ballroom A
and the Origin Myth of the Modern Comic Strip
Airheads and Stuffed Shirts: Stan Lee's Timely
Randy Duncan
and Atlas Humor Comics
The Unwritten: Within a Romanticism of
Nick Katsiadas
Comics?
3416
Film (Palumbo)
Film XVI--Marketing Movies: Trailers, War
Room, The Walk, The Lego Movie
Amy Lea Clemons
The Ethos of Film Trailers Quantified
Michelle Carr
Practice What You Preach: Industrial Discourse
Christopher Cox
Grand Ballroom B
and the Genre Framing of War Room
Positioning The Walk: Selling Movies for Grown
Jim Burton
Ups in Blockbuster Era
A Literal Bric(k)olage: The Lego Movie as
Amy Lea Clemons
Ambiguous Post-Capitalist Satire
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 102
Panel #
3417
3418
Topic Area (Area Chair) 103
Philosophy and Popular Culture (Okapal
and Decker)
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Session Title
Philosophy and Television
Session chair
Sarah Palm
Presentation title
Presenter
Trauma in the Face of Aporetic Death: Derrida
Room
Megan Netherland
Grand Ballroom C
in The Leftovers
Art and Design Culture X
Carla Cesare
Identity and Morality in Orphan Black
Sarah Palm
New Materialism and the Arts. Some Theoretical
Dorota Golanska
Grand Ballroom D
Reflexions on Agency, Aesthetics, and the
Artistic Research
Making an Everyday Modern World
Carla Cesare
A Portrait of the Contemporary American Artist
Leda Cempellin
from my Experience with Juliet Art Magazine
3419
Dance and Dance Culture (Delgado and
Atkins)
Dance and Culture IX: Queer Utopias?
Hannah Schwadron Dancing with the Ghosts of Public Sex: Pioneer
Celeste Fraser Delgado
Ballard
Winter's "Glory Tap" and Digital Hostage
Collective's "Cruising Hialeah"
Rebellious Wallflowers and Queer Tangueras:
Juliet McMains
Reflections on Same-sex Dancing in Argentine
Tango
I want to understand (what is happening to me) --
Amanda Hamp
Dances by Miguel Gutierrez Perform How to Be
Okay in a Non-utopia
3420
Music (Kitts)
Music 16: Protest Music
Thomas M. Kitts
American Revival: Hatred and the Re-birth of the
Jeffrey Coleman
Capitol Hill
Protest Song
Measuring the efficacy of certain songs and the
Luis Lopez
social movements they inspired (1960s-1980s)
“None of us are promised to see tomorrow/
Daryl Ritchot
And what we do is ours to choose”: Art as a
Tool for Social Change in Dystopian Music
Videos
Lack of Narrative Climax in Economic Protest
Douglas Eli Eli Julien
Songs: Marking Economic Precarity over Specific
Conditions
3424
Journalism and Media Culture (Von
Schilling)
Journalism and Media Culture I
Kiyomi Maedomari- J.M. Synge and Sustainability
Tokuyama
“Ernest Hemingway and the Modern Media
Robert Brazeau
Greenwood
Neil Stubbs
Greenwood
Ryan Simmons
Greenwood
Kiyomi MaedomariTokuyama
Greenwood
Influence of Richard Harding Davis”
Passing, Authenticity, and Perception from
Gentleman’s Agreement to Rachel Dolezal
Representation of “Okinawa” and “Okinawan
people” and other Okinawa-related issues in
j
US
(2012 2014)
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 103
Panel #
3425
Topic Area (Area Chair) 104
Popular Art, Architecture, and Design
(Streb)
Session Title
Cities and Suburbia
Session chair
Regina Palm
Presentation title
Presenter
The Car on High Along the Hudson: Celebrating
Room
Amy Finstein
Issaquah A
Mobility on Manhattan's Western Waterfront
Telltale Tableaux: Sandy Skoglund and Gregory
Ava Pandiani
Crewdson’s Fabricated Visions of Suburbia
3426
Politics Portrayed in Electronic Print and
Media (Hassencahl)
Go for the Hot Buttons in Political Campaigns
Md. Naser
The Way Station: A Fixation with Mobility
Stanley C. Kranc
Mixed-Race Politics: Bill de Blasio’s 2013 New
Michelle May-Curry
Issaquah B
York City Mayoral Campaign
Advertisements of the 2014 Mid-Term Elections
Md. Naser
John Williams
“You’re Fired”: The Trump Candidacy and
Michael Mario Albrecht
A Functional Analysis of Political Television
Contemporary Politics in an Age of Fantasy
"America's Id is Running for President": The
Christine Shell
Fabulous, Empty, Media(ted) Image of Donald
Trump
3427
Black Performing Arts (Borshuk and
Banbury)
The Politics of Identity: Gender, Race, Nation
Ramona Bell
Who's the "Realest"?: Female MCs, Womanhood,
Ramona Bell
Kirkland
& Hip-Hop Culture
Afro-Nicaraguan Diasporic Politics: Creole Sonic
Melanie White
and Visual Responses to Mestizo Nationalism
"Aishiatte Irukai? (We All Love Each Other,
Mitsutoshi Inaba
Don't We?)"—What Otis Redding Taught
Kiyoshiro Imawano (1951-2009): a Bridge
between the Delta and Japan, Part II
3428
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell and Author-Audience Dynamics
Nyabuti)
Deborah Leiter
Nyabuti
The Authorial Hand of God in Detective Fiction
Chloe Hanson
Leschi
and Serial
Serial, The Moonstone, and Para-authorial
Deborah Leiter Nyabuti
Audiences as Judge and Jury
Murder, Heists, and Immersive Technology
Salena Parker
The Changing Formulas: An Analysis of
Erin Lanier
Jake Crystal
Storytelling Approaches in Mystery Fiction
3429
Fitness, Exercise and Physical Culture
(Cowen)
Fitness Identities
Danie Greenwell
Training With Giles: Fitness in Nerd Culture
Chelsea Campbell
Shuffling Toward Oblivion: Stephen King's "The
Tony Kemerly
Medina
Long Walk" as Metaphor for the Fat in Society
3430
Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic
Gaming) (Jellenik)
Roundtable I: Adapting the Canon
Kate Newell
Adapting the Canon
Glenn Jellenik
Ravenna A
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 104
Panel #
3431
Topic Area (Area Chair) 105
Women's Studies (Kent)
Session Title
Session chair
Netflix and Women: Explorations into Gender, Tracy Hawkins
Sexuality, and the Body in Netflix-Only Content
Presentation title
Presenter
Orange You Glad for Netflix?: Viewership, the
Kirsten Gerdes
Room
Ravenna B
Female Body, & the Netflix Solution
"Females are strong as hell!": Is Kimmy Schmidt
Tracy Hawkins
the new Leslie Knope?
Viewership: How Netflix and Sense8 are Altering
Anjeanette LeBoeuf
TV
3432
Undergraduate Sessions (Rubinfeld and
Nordmeyer)
Undergraduate Sessions IV: Sex, Gender, Class, Sarah Gomes
and Revolution
Historical Representation and Dramatization of
Sarah Gomes
Ravenna C
Sexology: Showtime’s Masters of Sex
Fury, Patience and Conversations; The Meaning
Carolina Reyes
of Love revisited in Steven Universe
The Phallus Will Not Be Televised: An
Hayden Hains
Examination of One-Sided Depictions of
Transgender Individuals in Popular Media
Sinking Capitalist and Classist Values: James
Jacquelyn Voghel
Cameron’s Titanic
3433
Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone) Animation Daily Screening II
3434
Adolescence in Film and Television (Hart)
David S. Silverman
Adolescence in Film and Television I: Analyzing Kylo-Patrick Hart
Teen Cinema
Revolutionary Rhode Island
Harry Hall IV
Animation Daily Screening II
David S. Silverman
Boren
The stereotypes in East-Asian Teen Film
Hsin-Ju Yang
Columbia
Adolescence in Japanese Teen Film Movement:
Kotaro Nakagaki
Cultural Tendencies of the 1980s and
Comparative Approach toward Teen Film Genre
3435
Internet Culture (Helb and Ray)
Digital Public Spaces
Colin Helb
Queering Teen Apocalypse III: Nowhere
Kylo-Patrick Hart
Creating Publics: How an Anonymous App
Holly Cowart
Jefferson A
Constructs an Audience
Crafting the Context: A comparison of how
Jeffrey Riley
traditional business media and video games
journalism framed coverage of Microsoft’s
purchase of Mojang.
"Strictly Video": Video on the Web Beyond
Colin Helb
YouTube
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 105
Panel #
3436
Topic Area (Area Chair) 106
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel)
Session Title
Session chair
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XI: More Bodies Kathleen Dixon
Presentation title
Presenter
Red Lips: Queering Dracula's Sex
Donnie Lopez
The Dandy Highwaymen: New Wave's
Maurine Pfuhl
Room
Jefferson B
Postmodern Revision of Decadence
She Gambled and Went With Women:
Kathleen Dixon
Gendering the Greek Singer Sotiria Bellou
Pathways of Seeing "The Queen of Bounce:" Big
Andre Cavalcante
Freedia and the Rise of Queer, Gender Nonconforming Hip Hop
3437
Urban Studies (Lightweis-Goff)
Urban Studies II: Urban Risk
Ceren Mert
Global Cities and Organized Crimes: The
Ceren Mert
Seneca
Representative Urban Landscape of Gotham in
Gotham
Our Walls are Crumbling Down: Reimagining
Sara Green
Public Housing in the Age of Gentrification and
Profitable Prisons
3438
Tolkien Studies (Reid)
Tolkien Studies V: Historical Approaches
Brad Eden
The Two Faces of Barcelona
Silvia Colás Cardona
Pre-Vatican II Catholicism for Tolkien Scholars
Michael Wodzak
University
101
Whistle While You Break the Plates
Alicia Fox-Lenz
The enigma of Michael H.R. Tolkien (1920-1984):
Brad Eden
his life and character
3439
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and
Strubel)
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and
Design XIII: Defiance and Subcultural Style
Marcia Morgado
Masculinity, Idealized Images, and Nazi Fashion
Linda Arthur Bradley
Uncovered Butts and Recovered Rules: Sagging
Marcia Morgado
Virginia
Pants and the Logic of Abductive Inference
From Riches to Rags: Fashion and consumerism
Tansy Stowell
through the reverse transformation of The
Whitman Brothers in The Darjeeling Limited
3445
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film
(Findley and Simpson)
Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film VIII:
The Television Vampire
Peter Golz
Complicated Masculinities in The Originals
Ashley Szanter
Romantic Triangulation and the Ideology of
Ana Gal
Cirrus Ballroom
Manhood in The Vampire Diaries
The Family Legacy: Vampire Privilege and the
Lauren Rocha
Marginality of Female Witches in "The Originals"
Alive in the Shadows: Nosferatu’s Legacy
Peter Golz
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 106
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 107
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
THURSDAY 4:45PM
3502
Civil War and Reconstruction (Allred)
Civil War and Reconstruction IV: Race, Rights,
and Abolition
Mark Elliott
Lincoln - The Railroad Lawyer
John Kenney
Susie King Taylor: Gullah Voice, War and
Ramona La Roche
Diamond A
Creative License
Staten Island's Influential Abolitionists
James Kaser
Reconstructing Nationalism: Charles Sumner,
Mark Elliott
Human Rights, and American Exceptionalism
3503
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Art and Design Culture XI
Theresa Carilli
Visual Grieving: Visual Ethnography of the Lived
Caitlyn Lackey
Diamond B
Human Experience
The “N of 1”: Seeing Red in Paris, an
Erin Lain
Autoethnography
Inside/Outside: The performance of cultural
Jessica Klemz
identity in the Faroe Islands
Becoming Cinderman: Performing the mythos of
Tyler Bush
a new working class folk hero
3505
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies XVIII - Conflict in Gaming
Kevin Parra
Navigating Conflicts: Agency and Resistance in
Rachael Root
Aspen
World of Warcraft’s Player versus Player Events
Heroes of the Open World: Killing as
Christopher Patterson
Militouristic Pleasure in Ubisoft’s Far Cry Series
Why Don’t You Do Right: Genocide, Capitalism
Kevin Parra
and the Environment in Fallout: New Vegas
3506
Fat Studies (Owen and Jennings)
Fat Intersections
Xavier Watson
in North American and Finnish Culture.
Jeannine Gailey
hannele Harjunen
Fat Black Women, Popular Culture and Impact
Rev. Dr. E-K Daufin
Aging, Memory, and Body Judgment in Hard
Brad Klypchak
Stigma and Gendered Experiences of Fat Women
Cedar A
Rock and Heavy Metal Music
Sensual Folds, Textured Erotics: Centering the
Xavier Watson
Fat Queer Man's Belly as Site of Sexual Pleasure
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 107
Panel #
3507
Topic Area (Area Chair) 108
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Session Title
Sexuality and Safe Spaces
Session chair
Alyxis Smith
Presentation title
Presenter
“Why hasn't Japan banned child-porn comics?":
Simon Turner
Room
Cedar B
An investigation into the socio-legal attitudes
towards yaoi manga.
What's a Girl to Do: Physicality, Embodiment,
Cynthia Sampson
and G!P
Avenging Relationship Diversity: Asexuality in
Sarah Jasmine Stork
Avengers Fan Fiction
Safe at Hogwarts?: Deconstructing the Idea of
Alyxis Smith
Hogwarts as a Safe Space for LGBT Students and
Readers
3508
Communication and Digital Culture (Nunes Witness VI: Masses and Media
and Burrough)
Michael Lahey
Glowing cellphones impacting concerts
Don Krause
Everyday Life as a Text: Soft Control, Television,
Michael Lahey
Juniper
and Twitter
Media Memes: Signification and Consequences in
Grant Kien
Virtual Space
Surveillance: Masculinist Technology, Feminine
Jamie Field
Object
3509
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Popular
Research (Ellis)
Research VI: Portrait Miniatures, Roses, and
Fried Chicken
Allen Ellis
Exhibition of Popular Little Portraits
Jennifer Streb
Emma Campbell
Growing Rosarium: creating a repository of
Julia Tryon
The Art & Science of Portrait Miniatures: An
Madrona
popular and scientific writing on roses using TEI.
Narrative Seductions: Play and Imagination in the
Nicolas Crosby
Museum Space
3511
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Children’s and Teen Television
Barbara J. Irwin
Girls Who (Don’t) Wear Apple Watches: The
Cindy Conaway
Redwood B
Connected Girl on Teen TV in the 2010s
Teen Rebellion: What is Primetime Television
Teaching?
Abilities, Disabilities, and Just Plain Weird: Teen
Lizzy Crouse
Morgan Soucy
Maggie Berman
Cathy Leogrande
Characters in American Horror Story (Seasons 15)
Before the Pot of Gold: The Early History of
Barbara J. Irwin
Reading Rainbow
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 108
Panel #
3514
Topic Area (Area Chair) 109
Memory and Representation (Cochran)
Session Title
Memory and Representation I: The Future of
History
Session chair
Terry Cochran
Presentation title
Presenter
“The Third Will Save Us”: Memory and the
Terry Cochran
Room
Willow A
Continuity of Mind
Carnival of Memory: Multi-focus Narrativity in
Grace Epstein
01’09”11 September 11
3520
Punk Culture (Cecil)
Punk Methodologies, Pedagogies & Practice
Andrew Wood
Punk Methodologies, Pedagogies, and Practices
3524
Journalism and Media Culture (Von
Schilling)
Journalism and Media Culture II
Mitchell Bard
Taking 'The First Casualty' to Film: The Social
Andrew Wood
Kevin Egan
Mike Dines
Chad Tew
Capitol Hill
Greenwood
Construction of Article 19 in Hollywood Film
The Making of the Muslim Monster: Media
Mary Stout
Construction of the Monstrous Muslim Terrorist
Deep Wells, Superficial Critiques, and Stubborn
Brian Hough
Silences: A Case Study of Mediated Fracking
Discourse in North Dakota's Bakken Region
3525
Popular Art, Architecture, and Design
(Streb)
Race, Gender, and Technology
Derham Groves
Fox News in Prime Time After the 2012 Election
Mitchell Bard
All American Girls: Female Pin-up Artists of the
Regina Palm
Issaquah A
Early Twentieth Century
Kara Walker’s About the Title: Exposing Past
Vivien Green Fryd
Wrongs against African Americans and Indians as
“Rememory”
3526
Politics Portrayed in Electronic Print and
Media (Hassencahl)
Media's Framing of Political Events and Issues
Fran Hassencahl
Reporting, Reflecting, Participating: Media
Tatiana Prorokova
Issaquah B
Intervention in the Balkan War on Film
Impotence and The Iran Hostage Crisis:
Aidan Smith
Subverted Political Will as Sexual Dysfunction in
the Presidential Election of 1980
The Veiled Politics of Disney: A Textual Analysis
Christina Jimenez
of Propaganda and Political Ideology in Disney
Animated Films
Madam President? Media Coverage of Hillary
Sheri Whalen
Rodham Clinton and Carly Fiorina during the
2016 Presidential Campaign
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 109
Panel #
3527
Topic Area (Area Chair) 110
Eastern European Studies (Johnson)
Session Title
Eastern Europe I
Session chair
Davi Kallman
Presentation title
Presenter
Breaking the Language Barrier in Intercultural
Room
Davi Kallman
Kirkland
Communication: Speech Codes Theory and
Everything is Illuminated
Yuri Norstein, Cut-out Animation, and European
Elaine Sponholtz
Antecedents in Popular Culture
Forms of Migrant Sociocultural Adaptation in
Elitza Kotzeva
Contemporary South Eastern European Film
3528
Eros, Pornography and Popular Culture
(Muir)
Eros and Porn I
Lisa Z. Sigel
Handmade and Homemade: Vernacular
Lisa Z. Sigel
Leschi
Expressions of American Sexual History
1890s Parisian Pornographers and the
Colette Colligan
Underground Book Trade
How To Be a Victorian Pornographer and
Justin O'Hearn
(Mostly) Get Away With It
3529
Fitness, Exercise and Physical Culture
(Cowen)
Learning, Doing, and Being
Tony Kemerly
Comedy and Sexual Deviance in Another Period
Emily Robles
Gym class and the covert curriculum
Virginia Cowen
Yoga in the Academy: Issues in Culture and
Linda Rowland
Medina
Society and Contemplative Practices
3530
Disasters, Apocalypses, and Catastrophes
(Bell and Ficociello)
Apocalyptic Possibility: Genre, Language,
Aesthetics
Lissette Lopez
Szwydky
Yoga Myths: Tales from Teacher Training
Danie Greenwell
Poetics and Apocalypse: Language as Disaster...
Geffrey Davis
Apocalypse or Revolution?: Gender, Genre, and
Lissette Lopez Szwydky
Ravenna A
Juan of the Dead's Carnivalesque Approach to
Catastrophe
Apocalyptic Imaginaries and the Aesthetics of
Adam Haley
Imminent End
3531
Film Adaptation (Moody)
Film Adaptation: Session I
Michelle
Buchberger
Mirrors to Mirrors: Metadrama and Reflexivity in
Cavan Hallman
Ravenna B
Shakespeare and Boogie Nights
Reading and Interpretation of Jack Kerouac in
Linda Blinova
1990s Russia: The Subterraneans by Jack
Kerouac and Subs by Gleb Teleshov.
The Myth of (Mount) Everest
Monika Raesch
An exploration of John Fowles’s Daniel Martin
Michelle Buchberger
and the work of Plotinus. Towards a theory of
contemplative cinema?
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 110
Panel #
3532
Topic Area (Area Chair) 111
Food in Popular Culture (Taylor)
Session Title
Food, Race, and Power
Session chair
Beverly Taylor
Presentation title
Presenter
Foodways and Trauma in Men's Slave Narratives
Kathleen Kenendy
The Afterlife of a Racist Symbol: Lessons from
Richard King
Room
Ravenna C
the Coon Chicken Inn
3533
Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone) Animation III: Cultural Theory as seen on
Cartoon Network
David S. Silverman
"I Am a Conversation": Steven Universe,
Jorge Cartaya
Boren
Deconstruction, and the Ethics of Gem Fusion
Queer Relationships and Corporeal Fluidity in
Jacqueline Ristola
Steven Universe
An exploration of the grotesque for the tween
David S. Silverman
set: Exploring the cultural & theoretical
ramifications of Cartoon Network's "Teen Titans
Go!"
3534
Adolescence in Film and Television (Hart)
Adolescence in Film and Television II: From
Child Vision to Adolescent Dystopia
Christi Cook
Childhood as a Viewfinder of History: Political
Belinda Qian He
Columbia
Violence and Child Vision in Cinema
Kill the Girl! : Feminine Sacrifice in Divergent and
Christi Cook
The Hunger Games
Life begins at the end of your comfort zone?
Nicole O'Donnell
Analyzing the antecedents and outcomes of risk
behavior in teen television.
3535
Internet Culture (Helb and Ray)
Death & Digital Narrative
Colin Helb
Virtual Mourning: Grieving and Memorialization
Andrew Bahna
Jefferson A
in the Age of Facebook
Good Grief, Reddit: The Internet as a Cultural
Mark Pettibone
Resource for the "Work of Death"
The Serial Podcast and the perforated media
Pete Rorabaugh
narrative
3536
Theatre and Drama (Wiggins)
Theatre & Drama VI Engagement & Art
Thomas Fuschetto
Ventriloquism, The Beat Writers, and South
Thomas Fuschetto
Jefferson B
Peyton Lunzer
Seneca
Texas: an unexpected medley
3537
Literature and Science (Roberts)
Neurology, Biotech and Literature
Ian Roberts
Set Her Brain Right: Trauma, Cognitive Poetics,
Literary Resonance, and Jane Austen's Persuasion
Biotechnology in YA Literature: Dystopian
Faith Delay
Futures and Steampunked Pasts
3538
Non-Fiction Writing (Jones)
Creative Non-Fiction
Erik Esckilsen
Against David Foster Wallace
Michael Smith
Latch Work
Nicole Sheets
All Blues by Miles Davis: A Syllabus
Erik Esckilsen
History and Self
Gary Sprayberry
University
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 111
Panel #
3539
Topic Area (Area Chair) 112
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and
Strubel)
Session Title
Session chair
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and
Design XIV: Style Tribes
Lorynn Divita
Presentation title
Presenter
Street Style: Defining a Fundamental Fashion
Jennifer Moore
Room
Virginia
Construct
3 Days of Peace & Music & Fashion: Festival
Lorynn Divita
Dress from Woodstock to Coachella
3545
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino,
Sederholm, Woofter)
Literary Horror: Poe, Lovecraft, Ligotti, Grimm
Anthony Winkler
Fashioning Jamaica 1950-1975
Elli Michaela Young
“When the door opened, a stream of blood
Heide Crawford
Cirrus Ballroom
flowed toward her.” Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm’s
Tales of Horror
Lovecraft’s Multicultural Offspring: Cosmic
Leah Larson
Terror in Lindqvist’s Harbor and Suzuki’s Dark
Water and Edge
“Birthing Graves”: The Ontological Agency of
Anthony Winkler
Horrific Objects in Ligotti’s “The Red Tower”
THURSDAY 6:30PM
3605
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Game Studies XIX - External Influences and
Impacts
Joseph Fordham
Sound Simulation Active: Reconciling acoustic
Nicolas Ross
Aspen
inaccuracies within space video games
Midnight Club Los Angeles: The Recall of In-
Russell Williams
Game Advertising and Product Placements in an
Open World Driving Game
The Influence of a Virtual Past: History and Video
Joseph Fordham
Games
3606
Fat Studies (Owen and Jennings)
Fat Tales: Medical and Health Narratives
Jennifer Blevins
You Are Not What You Eat: Eating and Weight
MaryAnn Kozlowski
Cedar A
in US Popular Culture
Imagined Deaths, Imminent Futures: The
Sasha Kruger
(Trans)national NCD Movement and Narrating
Obese Others through Public Health Discourse
A Summer of Spillage: My Father's Gastric Bypass
Jennifer Blevins
and the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
3607
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Fan Culture and Theory Special Session:
Fanfiction Caucus
KT Torrey
Fanfiction Caucus
KT Torrey
JSA Lowe
Elizabeth Nielsen
Katherine Larsen
Shannon Cole
Cedar B
3610
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and
Ginn)
Movie Night
Sherry Ginn
Gillian Leitch
Movie Night - Science Fiction Fantasy Area
Gillian Leitch
Grand Ballroom A
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 112
Panel #
3611
Topic Area (Area Chair) 113
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Session Title
Television and Religion: Spaces and Texts
Session chair
Richard Santana
Presentation title
Presenter
“The Time Lord’s Body is a Miracle”: Exploring
Room
Gregory Erickson
Redwood B
Religious Spaces in Doctor Who
Ray Donovan and the Infelicity of Faith
Richard Santana
Deconstructing “Sacred Spaces”: How
Colleigh Stein
Participatory Culture is Breaking the Boundaries
of Canonicity in Game of Thrones, Doctor Who,
and Once Upon a Time
3614
Memory and Representation (Cochran)
Memory and Representation II: Text and
Identity
Naomi Saslaw
Memories of a Textual Path: Cormac Mc
Catherine Mavrikakis
Willow A
Carthy's The Road and the Way to Impossible
Progress
Naomi Saslaw
A Doctor's, Patients', and Parents'
Representation of Self in William Carlos
Williams' "The Use of Force": Medical Ethics,
Character, and Style.
3619
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell and Gender Identity
Nyabuti)
Christina Shouse
Tourino
Nordic Noir and a Tattooed Girl: Gender
Curtis Harty
Ballard
Construction as a Platform for Social Critique in
Stieg Larsson’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
The Inscrutable Veronica Mars: Navigating
Shannon Branfield
Gender in Hardboiled Detective Fiction
Detecting Hegemonic Masculinity: An
Julie Martin
Investigation of Broadchurch and Gracepoint
3620
Punk Culture (Cecil)
State of Punk Un-Conference
Anne Cecil
The Wounded Male Detective in Wallander and
State of Punk Un-Conference
Christina Shouse Tourino
Anne Cecil
Ballard
Capitol Hill
3624
Journalism and Media Culture (Von
Schilling)
Journalism and Media Culture III
Amanda Piche
The Ethics of Podcast Journalism
Tyler Hiebert
Greenwood
Tech Journalists, Tech Bloggers, and their Role in
Nirit Weiss-Blatt
Tech News
#TheDress That Launched a Thousand Tweets
Amanda Piche
and Caught the Attention of Mainstream News
Media: How Newsworthiness Can Be Found in
User-Driven Social Media Chatter
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 113
Panel #
3628
Topic Area (Area Chair) 114
Eros, Pornography and Popular Culture
(Muir)
Session Title
Eros and Porn II
Session chair
Sara Howe
Presentation title
Presenter
The Rhetorical and Libidinal Promises of Guilty
Pleasure
Assume The Position: Male Pornographic
Room
Sara Howe
Antonnet Johnson
Farnosh Mazandarani
Leschi
Consumption and Sexual Expectations of Female
Partners
The Female Gaze: How the Campus Rape
Jennifer Dranttel
Epidemic and Feminist Twitter Are Changing the
Porn Industry
Where Nobody Knows Your Name: Eros, Male
Lisa Dresner
Anonymity, Female Knowledge
3630
Disasters, Apocalypses, and Catastrophes
(Bell and Ficociello)
Reading the Apocalypse
Hollie Johnson
‘Constructed as in crisis’: Ecotopian Nightmares
Hollie Johnson
Ravenna A
in J.G. Ballard’s Rushing to Paradise
Finding Home: A Quest for the Center in
Andrew Goforth
Cormac McCarthy's The Road
To Perform or Not to Perform: Identity in The
Meghan Hurley
Hunger Games and Divergent
3631
Film Adaptation (Moody)
Film Adaptation: Session II
Matthew Ramsey
Two Outsiders and a Screenplay: Raymond
Joyce Moser
Ravenna B
Chandler, Billy Wilder, and Double Indemnity
Participatory Author(s): Fan Theories, Super-
darren zufelt
Audiences, and Film Adaptations
"Doper Detectives and Resistant Audiences:
Matthew Ramsey
Inherent Vice in the Shadow of The Dude"
3632
Food in Popular Culture (Taylor)
Food and Identity
Beverly Taylor
Media, National Cuisine, and National Crisis
Jaehyeon Jeong
"Tea, Earl Grey, Hot—and a Hot Dog": Science
H Peter Steeves
Ravenna C
Fiction and the Ethics of Technological
Vegetarianism
We are what we cook: gender performativity in
Monica Ocasio
Puerto Rican Cookbooks
3633
Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone) Animation IV: Historical and Theoretical
Approaches
Holger Lang
Artistic Freedom in Czech Animation during and
Norah Alqabbaa
Boren
after the Communist Regime
Animated Memes - The Wild Best on the Web
Holger Lang
Animating the Disney Princess: Snow White and
Sarah Nilsen
the Seven Dwarfs
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 114
Panel #
3634
Topic Area (Area Chair) 115
Adolescence in Film and Television (Hart)
Session Title
Session chair
Adolescence in Film and Television III: Exploring Diane HottenFemale Adolescence
Somers
Presentation title
Presenter
"Mean Girls: Real or Ruthless Representations?"
Diane Hotten-Somers
“Girl Interrupted: Violence and Resistance to the
Kara Pernicano
Room
Columbia
Female Body as ‘Borderline,’Neither ‘Sane’ nor
‘Insane’ ”
Feeling Strange and Making Strange – Jennifer
Reeder’s Blood Below the Skin and the
Maraike Magdalene
Marxsen
Defamiliarization of the Prom Motif
3637
Literature and Science (Roberts)
Genes, Epigenetics and Genealogy in Literature Ian Roberts
The Genealogy of Literature and Science
Ian Roberts
Harry Potter and the Wizard Blood-type:
Alyssa Shepard
Seneca
Analyzing Magical Inheritance
3638
Non-Fiction Writing (Jones)
Non-Fiction Writing: Substance and Style
Philip Castille
Jocasta, the Biography: Brian Aldiss Retells the
Philip Castille
University
Oedipus Legend
Literary Attempts to Use Slavery Among the
Michael Dressman
Barbary Pirates in North Africa to Shame
American Slaveholders
3639
Body and Culture (Sally)
Body & Culture IV: Feminism(s) & Bodily
Transgressions
Lynn Sally
Embodied Resistance: Street Yoga and the Art of
Tristin Hooker
Virginia
Identity Construction
Why I am a Feminist Pig: The Political Efficacy of
Lynn Sally
Miss Piggy for New (Bodies of) Feminism
Savage Beauties: Posthuman Fashion and Bodies
Justyna Stępień
That Think in Alexander McQueen's Selected
Works
3645
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino,
Sederholm, Woofter)
Queer Horror
MaryKate
Messimer
"The Final Queer Boi: Queer Monstrosity, the
Jeremy Cornelius
Cirrus Ballroom
AIDS Epidemic, and the Function of Horror and
Camp"
Queering Hannibal: Bending Genres and
MaryKate Messimer
Sexualities
American Horror Story: An Extended Sexual
Lisa Mongno
Identity AlleGory
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 115
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 116
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
THURSDAY 8:15PM
3705
3706
Game Studies (Mizer and Wysocki)
Fat Studies (Owen and Jennings)
Game Studies XX - Roundtable on Teaching,
Ethics, and the Future of Game Design: What
are our Responsibilities?
Josh Call
Fat, Literary Bodies
Laura Jennings
Aspen
of Game Design: What are our Responsibilities?
Josh Call
Cyndi Wiley
Fat Bodies as Non-Compliant Bodies: Bitch
Laura Stoltzfus-Brown
Cedar A
Roundtable on Teaching, Ethics, and the Future
Planet's Penny Rolle, Self-Esteem, and the
Patriarchy
Fattening up Mr. Spock: Ambivalence and the Fat
Brittany Lockard
Female Nude in Leonard Nimoy’s The Full Body
Project
3711
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Television Settings
Paula Brown
Super Invisible: Outcast Status and the Ability to
America "at the Junction": Place, Modernity, and
Laura Jennings
Kyle Livie
Redwood B
Memory in Paul Henning's "Ruralcoms," 19621971
The Acceptance and Rejection of a Gone With
Alicia Troby
the Wind South in The Walking Dead
Breaking Bad in the Tradition of the American
Paula Brown
Western Genre
3724
Westerns and the West (Lewis)
Western Film Screening
Helen M. Lewis
Western film screening.
Helen M. Lewis
Greenwood
3728
Eros, Pornography and Popular Culture
(Muir)
Eros and Porn III
Robert Barrett
All-Male Pornography and Queer Radical
Robert Barrett
Ryan White
Leschi
Elsewhere World Making
Burlesque Striptease as an Activist Practice: The
Kelly Klein
Emergence of Eroticism through Improvisation
“This FEELS SO REAL!”: Sense and Sexuality in
Emma Leigh Waldron
ASMR Videos
3733
Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone) Animation Nightly Screening II
David S. Silverman
"Heavy Metal." (1981).
David S. Silverman
Boren
3734
Academics and Collegiate Culture (Caney)
Carol Siegel
Legislating Sex and Consent on College
Cynthia Jones
Columbia
Academics and Collegiate Culture V: Online
Education, Social Justice and Legislating Sex
and Consent on the College Campus
Campuses
Punk Experience/Punk Critique: Hegemony,
Robert Richardson
Rebellion and Counter-Practice in Late 20th
Century American Culture
“Alien Invasion: Academe’s Fear of and
Amber Strother
Resistance to Speculative Fiction Studies”
Class Blind: Social Justice Failure within Academe
Carol Siegel
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 116
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 117
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
FRIDAY 8:00AM
4003
Radio and Audio Media (Chorba)
Radio 4 - International Radio: The South Pacific, Michael Brown
VOA’s Deewa Radio & Carnatic Music of Indian,
WIRELESS AND EMPIRE AMBITION: SOUTH
Martin Hadlow
Diamond B
PACIFIC PERSPECTIVES
VOA Deewa Radio: A source of awareness,
Mehnaz Gul
information and empowerment in war stricken
Tribal regions of Pakistan and Afghanistan
Nautanki and the Carnatic Music of Southern
Charles Ganzert
India
4005
Material Culture (Nickisher)
Material Culture I: Objects in Context
Heidi Nickisher
Chests, Mats, and Images of Mary: Nahua
Brianna DeWitt
Aspen
Possessions and Identity in Colonial Mexico
The Visual Culture of Global Trade: Inter­actions
Heidi Nickisher
with Asia and the Pacific
Maria Regnier: Rediscovering a Modernist
Marissa Hershon
SilversmithMarissa Hershon
4007
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Sherlocked
Ann McClellan
Journeys Into the Fictional: Sherlock Fan
J Caroline Toy
Cedar B
Pilgrimage and Embodied Narratives
Private Past, Public Present: Queer Community
Miranda Steege
Building and Katie Forsythe’s Sherlock Holmes
Fanfiction
Queering Sherlock's World: Slash, Fan Fiction,
Ann McClellan
and Conflicts in World Building
4008
Religion and Culture (Detrixhe)
Appropriations of Popular Culture
Pamela A. Detrixhe From Madame Blavatsky to the Lost Continent of
L. Anne Delgado
Juniper
Mu: Cosmic Plots and the Pulp Imaginary
Visions and Voyeurs: Late Medieval Piety and
Sarah Diebel
Religious Theme Parks in Modern American
Culture
Is Kung Fu Panda Christian?: The Role of Secular
Alanna Miller
Media in Religious Life
4009
Pulp Studies (Everett and Shanks)
Pulp Studies I - The Pulp Hero
October Surprise
Doc Savage - Invisible Influence
October Surprise
“The Man of Tomorrow”: Utopian Dreams of
Trevor Williamson
Madrona
Doc Savage
The Mistaken Identity of a Barbarian: Conan,
Todd Vick
Hero or Anti-Hero?
4010
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and
Ginn)
Navigating the Buffyverse
Heather M. Porter
“Did Your Life Pass Before Your Eyes? Cuppa
Heather M. Porter
Redwood A
Tea, Cuppa Tea”: Examining Tea and Meaning in
the Buffyverse
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 117
Panel #
4010
4011
Topic Area (Area Chair) 118
Session Title
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and
Ginn)
Navigating the Buffyverse
Shakespeare on Film and Television (Vela)
Shakespeare on Film and Television I
Session chair
Heather M. Porter
Presentation title
Presenter
“As It Is Written”: Mythology as History in Buffy
Room
Alyson Buckman
Redwood A
Cynthia Zavala
Redwood B
the Vampire Slayer
Richard Vela
Both Alike in Dignity: Romeo and Juliet Intertext
Across Shoujo Anime
'When the Words Are Vodka Clear': Scritti
Fran Connor
Politti Reads Shakespeare
Graphic Shakespeare in Korea: A Text for Elite
Kang Kim
Education
Ophelia’s Korean Sisters: Cinematic
Tai-Won Kim
Appropriations of Ophelia in Contemporary
Korean Films
4013
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell and The Domestic Space in Detective Fiction
Nyabuti)
Pamela Bedore
The Mother-Daughter Detective Duo in Lauren
Pamela Bedore
Willow A
Beukes’ Broken Monsters
Authority and Female Detectives
Amanda Schafer
Cooking Mysteries in Seattle, or The Sleuth and
Susan Rowland
the Goddess
4014
Memory and Representation (Cochran)
Memory and Representation III: Cinematic
Pasts
Suzanne England
“‘The world’s still the same. There’s just… less in
Jennifer Tellman
Willow B
it’: Remembering the End of Age of Discovery in
Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean films”
Corporeal Ghosts: Zombies, Colonial Haunting,
Geneveive Newman
and Irish Images of Infanticide
Resistance of Things Past: Remembering Jean
Maxime Blanchard
Moulin
Driving Miss Daisy as Memory Play: Ghosts,
Suzanne England
Hauntings, and Collective Identity
4015
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim) Comics and Comic Art: Fantastic Four and Ms.
Marvel: Race and Ideology
Kane Anderson
Flame [War] On! How the Neverending
Matthew Cicci
Grand Ballroom A
Discussion of Canon Maginalizes Racial Discourse
in Superhero Fandoms
Passing the (Human) Torch: How the Fantastic
Islamophobia and Ms. Marvel: The Ideology of
Kane Anderson
Samual McMillen
Fear Post 9/11
4016
Film (Palumbo)
Film XVII--Film Theory:The Actor, the Director,
the Audience
Brandon Niezgoda
Bataille's Sacrifice and the Screen Actor: Cycles
Matthew Gartner
Grand Ballroom B
of Rebirth, Projection, and Identification
Immersion Cinema: Cinematic Game-changer for
Jason Moore
Directors, Spectators, and Collective Audiences
Media Literacy, Mesmerization, and the
Brandon Niezgoda
Abjectified College Student
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 118
Panel #
4017
Topic Area (Area Chair) 119
Philosophy and Popular Culture (Okapal
and Decker)
Session Title
Q Methodology and the Study of Popular
Culture
Session chair
Bruce McKeown
Presentation title
Presenter
Q Methodology and the Study of Popular
Culture--An Introduction
Best of Enemies: Probing the Subjectivity
Surrounding the Popular Debate of Political
Room
Bruce McKeown
Dennis Kinsey
Grand Ballroom C
James Rhoads
Dan Thomas
Issues
Family, Horror Freaks, and Survivalists:Examining
Tom Robinson
the Popular Appeal of Fear the Walking Dead
4018
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Art and Design Culture XII
Stephanie Vasko
From Pinups To Processors To Protective
Stephanie Vasko
Grand Ballroom D
Dresses: A Historical Case Approach to Art,
Craft, Design (ACD) & Science, Engineering,
Mathematics, and Technology (STEM)
Collaboration in Industry
Surrealism and Non-Sense in Some Picture
Joseph Stanton
Books by Edward Gorey
Graphic Design in Moscow, Russia
Ferris Crane
Analysis on the narrative logic of China image
Yan Zhao
advertisement
4020
Music (Kitts)
Music 17: Revisiting HIStory: New Perspectives Marie Plasse
on Michael Jackson’s Most Controversial Album
Earth Song: Michael Jackson and the
Joseph Vogel
Capitol Hill
Environmental Movement
How Does it Feel? Michael Jackson's and Nick
Nina Fonoroff
Brandt's "Stranger in Moscow"
Michael Jackson's War: Reading HIStory's Military
Marie Plasse
Iconography
4025
Celebrity in Culture (Brody)
Keeping up with Caitlyn Jenner and Kim
Kardashian
Nathian Rodriguez
Trans and White: A Case Study of Caitlyn
Nathian Rodriguez
Issaquah A
Jenner, White privilege and Celebrity
Media Discourse Analysis of Caitlyn Jenner's Age
Mary Brooks
Aristocracy, Meritocracy, and American Royalty:
Nick Krebs & Lucia Soriano
Analyzing the Ascension of Celebrity Power
Couple Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 119
Panel #
4026
Topic Area (Area Chair) 120
Virtual Identities and Self-Promoting
(Consilio)
Session Title
Identity in Online Communities
Session chair
Monica Orlando
Presentation title
Presenter
Relational Construction of Autism Identity in the
Room
Monica Orlando
Issaquah B
Multi-Author Blog
The "Crunchy" Side of Neoliberal Citizenship
Alexandra Nutter Smith
From fantasy, to virtual spaces, to reality, and
Matthieu Guitton
back: Structuring the (online) merfolk community
Just Copy and Paste?: White Racialist Identity
Todd Schroer
Management Efforts After Three Mass Murders
4027
Gothic in Literature, Film, and Culture
(Palmer III)
Gothic I: British Gothic
Ailise Bulfin
Gothic Invasions: Investigating the relationship
Ailise Bulfin
Kirkland
between Imperialism and Popular Fiction in Finde-Siècle Britain
The Devil Beckons: The Potential for Moral
Ruth Delgado
Transformation in The Monk
"Make Me Immortal With A Kiss": The
Margarita Rivera
[Demon]ization of Female Sexuality Within
Matthew Lewis' The Monk and Christopher
Marlowe's Doctor Faustus
4029
Professional Development (Hancock and
McClain)
Reviewing for Journals
Sue Matheson
Reviewing for Journals
4030
Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic
Gaming) (Jellenik)
Adaptation 5: Television and Adaptation
Samantha
Castagnino
The Truly Immortal Monster:An Exploration of
Camille McCutcheon
Jessica Strubel
Steven Hamelman
Sue Matheson
Jennifer Dunn
Samantha Castagnino
Medina
Ravenna A
The Versatility of Shelley’s Writing Seen through
The Munsters Television Adaptation
“A Walk Through the Standing Stones”: The
Ivette López
Transformation and Reinvention of the Historical
Novel within the Outlander Television Series.
"You see, but you do not observe":
Terysa Dyer
Narratological Trickery in Doyle's Stories and
the BBC's Sherlock
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 120
Panel #
4032
Topic Area (Area Chair) 121
Popular History in American Culture
(Stevens)
Session Title
Popular History in Popular Culture
Session chair
Robert Campbell
Presentation title
Presenter
The Pleasure of Pessimism: Decadence and the
Nicolette Gable
Room
Ravenna C
Politics of Misery at the American Fin de Siecle
Me Against the World: Consciously Changing a
Chelsea Brown
Nation's Cultural Identity Through Fresh Off The
Boat and 90's Hip-Hop
4033
World's Fairs and Expositions (Dalton and
Prasch)
Looking back on Century 21, Seattle
Thomas Prasch
A Forgotten Beginning
Robert Campbell
A Centennial Dress Rehearsal? The Canadian
Laurie Dalton
Boren
Tattoo at the Seattle World’s Fair
Profit through Understanding: Analysis of the
Tal Nadan
Century 21 Exposition by the New York World's
Fair Corporation
4045
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino,
Sederholm, Woofter)
Recent and Postmodern Horror
Rick McDonald
Corporate Space: Century 21 Seattle 1962
Thomas Prasch
Disney and the 1962 Seattle World's Fair
Jonathan Lillie
Texaphobia: Learning to Fear Texans in Texas
Rick McDonald
Cirrus Ballroom
Chainsaw
Class Encounters: Travel and Terror in Recent
Lianne McLarty
Horror Films
If It Wasn’t For Those Meddling Kids: Adolescent
Elizabeth Veisz
Curiosity and Adult Authority in Young Adult
Mystery/Horror
Postmodern Horror: Cabin in the Woods
Chelsea Vitone
FRIDAY 9:45AM
4102
Disasters, Apocalypses, and Catastrophes
(Bell and Ficociello)
The Construction of Disaster and Survival
Narratives
Matthew Pangborn The Zombie Apocalypse as Captivity Narrative
Apocalypse Now: Changing Images of a Post-
Matthew Pangborn
Diamond A
Barbara Brodman
Apocalyptic World
The Men who Sold the World: Visions of the
Kyle Sittig
Consumer Apocalypse in David Bowie and
Genesis
4103
Radio and Audio Media (Chorba)
Radio 5 - Crime Story Podcast Goes Global,
Podcast Looks at Phobias & Ottley - African
American Journalist
Bob Lochte
Burst Your Bubble: A Podcast that Looks at -isms
Morgan Jaffe
Diamond B
and phobias in Popular Culture
They Made It All Up – The DJ Era of American
Bob Lochte
Radio, 1946-1959
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 121
Panel #
4105
Topic Area (Area Chair) 122
Material Culture (Nickisher)
Session Title
Material Culture II: Architecture as Artifact
Session chair
Alexey Golubev
Presentation title
Presenter
Tanglewood Cot: A Case Study of Mid-19th-
Marilyn Motz
Room
Aspen
Century Rural Vernacular Architecture
Speaking the Vernaculars of the Village
Alexey Golubev
Architecture: The Politics of Architectural
Conservation in the USSR after Stalin
Building the Nation Out of Lego – Articulating
Edgar Liao
and Contesting Singapore’s Past and Future
through Lego Toys
4106
Fat Studies (Owen and Jennings)
Fattening the Academy and Reclaiming
Devalued Bodies
Lesleigh Owen
After the “After”: The Weight Loss Makeover
Margaret Hass
Cedar A
and Its Discontents
A Better Fatty: Negotiating My Body’s
Lesleigh Owen
Boundaries
4107
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Fandom Goes Global
Melissa Fitch
Digital Humanities and the Fat Studies Classroom
Leah Sweet
Teaching fat acceptance through philosophy
Ashley Fullbrook
K-Pop Fan Culture in South America: Global
Melissa Fitch
Cedar B
Digital Activism and Social Change
Resistance or Subordination? A case study of K-
Jin Lee
pop fans in the West
The Power of Love and Justice: The Globalization
Casey McDonald
of Sailor Moon
4108
Religion and Culture (Detrixhe)
Comics and/as Religion
Pamela A. Detrixhe "Los Tratados Chick Son Leidos": An
Brandon Dean
Juniper
Examination of Jack T. Chick's Hispanic Outreach
Comicland: An Imagined Homeland for American
Andrew Fogel
Jews through their Superheroes
4109
Pulp Studies (Everett and Shanks)
Pulp Studies II - Weird Worlds and Weird
Words
Daniel M Look
The Stylometer in the Dark: A Stylometric
Daniel M Look
Madrona
Discussion of the Posthumous Collaborations of
L. Sprague de Camp and Robert E. Howard.
Unspeakable Onomasticon
Stephen Walker
“Build Outward from the Existing Facts”: Non-
Joseph Vandersyde
Human Civilizations in the Fiction of the Weird
Tales Writers
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 122
Panel #
4110
Topic Area (Area Chair) 123
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and
Ginn)
Session Title
Post-Humanity or Post-Human?
Session chair
Sherry Ginn
Presentation title
Presenter
Science Fiction Explores the Future of
Sherry Ginn
Room
Redwood A
Humankind and Wonders Will It be Defined by
the Singularity or Regression
Mourning the Human:Working Through Trauma
Tony Vinci
and the Posthuman Body in Lev Grossman’s The
Magicians Trilogy
Penelope Ingram
“Almost (Human), but not Quite”:
Bioengineering Race Relations in Contemporary
Science Fiction”
Are you alive? Artificial Intelligence, Relationship
Lisa Meinecke
Troubles, and the Posthuman
4111
Shakespeare on Film and Television (Vela)
Shakespeare on Film and Television II
Richard Vela
Backstage Drama in Season Two of Slings and
Peter Babiak
Redwood B
Arrows
"'I dare no longer stay': Filmic Friar Laurence"
Connie Brim
Tech Savvy Shakespeare: Media in the Film
Richard Vela
Adaptations of Almereyda, Luhrmann, and
Whedon
Hamlet’s Gaze Into the Lacanian Mirror - The
Tanja Vierrether
Depiction of Lacanian Theories in Kenneth
Branagh’s Screening of Hamlet
4113
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell and American Identity in Detective Fiction
Nyabuti)
Patrick Russell
Soft-Boiled Detective: The American Abroad in
Jency Wilson
Willow A
T.S. Stribling's Clues of the Caribbees
Books, Chicago, and Poe: Americans and
Peggy Keeran
American Culture in British Bibliomysteries
between the World Wars
Aberrant Desire and Economic Demand:
Patrick Russell
Intersections of Race, Gender, Sexuality, and
Class in Mildred Pierce’s Desire-Based Critique
of Capitalism and the American Dream
How the Expectation of Cultural Authenticity in
Joseph Raiche
Minority Writing Necessitates Genre Fiction
4114
Memory and Representation (Cochran)
Memory and Representation IV: The Digital Age David R. Burns
Media(ted), Memory, and Representation in the
David R. Burns
Willow B
Digital Age: Rebirth and Reflection on 9/11
Post-Media: Digital Culture, Memory, and the
Herlander Elias
Next Generations
In Memory of Grandmother
Tetsuya Aboshi
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 123
Panel #
4115
Topic Area (Area Chair) 124
Session Title
Session chair
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim) Comics and Comic Art: Superheroines: Violence Laura D'Amore
and Feminism
Presentation title
Presenter
Vigilante Feminists and Agents of Destiny
Laura D'Amore
Don’t You Want to Rev Up Your Harley?
Christopher Maverick
Room
Grand Ballroom A
Feminine Sexual Power as Agency in Superhero
Comics
Gutted Girlfriends and Halted Heroines: The
Morgan Clapp
Women In Refrigerators Trope and Female
Disposability in the Superhero Genre
The Plot Against Women: Narrating and
Matthew Nicosia
Performing Violence in DC Comics
4116
Film (Palumbo)
Film XVIII--Cinematic Psychology: Ape Movies,
The Shining, Madness and Money, & Silver
Linings Playbook
James Cianciola
Three Decades of Id in Revolt: Cinematic Apes
Mark Poindexter
Grand Ballroom B
from 1930 through 1959
Don't Go to the Bathroom in the Overlook
Rebecca Willoughby
Hotel: Intimate Sites of Terror In Stanley
Kubrick's The Shining
Dark Clouds in Silver Linings Playbook: Bipolar
James Cianciola
Disorder and Public Identity
4117
Philosophy and Popular Culture (Okapal
and Decker)
Star Trek I: Flourishing in a Secular World
James M. Okapal
The Human Adventure is Just Beginning: Star
Kevin Decker
Grand Ballroom C
Trek's Secular Society
The More Complex the Mind, the Greater the
Jason Eberl
Need for the Simplicity of Play
Star Trek and Aristotle: Boldly Going Beyond the
Darci Doll
Biological Frontier
“In Search of…” Friendship: What We Can
James M. Okapal
Learn from Androids and Vulcans
4118
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Art and Design Culture XIII
Michael Sell
Object typologies: The visual language of things
Diana Zlatanovski
Depictions of Sexuality and Innocence in
Kirk Jones
Grand Ballroom D
American Media
Art at the Movies
Heath Valentine
Out of the Basement: Photos of Public Library
Michael Sell
Archives
4119
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
The Women of Drama
Sundi Rose-Holt
Audience Response to the Psychological and
Johanna Church
Ballard
Physical Representations within Orphan Black
Raise Your Hand If You Feel Personally
Sundi Rose-Holt
Victimized by Shondaland.
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 124
Panel #
4120
Topic Area (Area Chair) 125
Music (Kitts)
Session Title
Music 18: World Music
Session chair
Daniel Nappo
Presentation title
Presenter
Changes in Jpop consumption in the UK over the
Room
Eleanor Walker
Capitol Hill
past 20 years.
Portuguese Popular Music in a Global Context:
Thomas Garcia
The revitalization of Fado
4124
Westerns and the West (Lewis)
Westerns and the West I: The Shifting Appeal
of the West and Westerns
Andrew Patrick
Nelson
“Antithesis in the Lyrics of Joaquín Sabina”
Daniel Nappo
"Jack Schaefer's Transition From Shane To A
Michael Marsden
Greenwood
Celebration of Animals"
"Fare thee well, Annabelle"!: Gender Wars in
Lynne Byall Benson
Television's "Maverick" series
The Indian Cowboy and the Cowboy Indian:
Nerraj Prakash
Exploring the Concept of the Individual in the
Curry Western
This could be Heaven or this could be Hell:
Mark Bernhardt
Relocation to the West and the Transformation
of Identity in A History of Violence and Dead
Man
Something to Do with Death, or Western
Andrew Patrick Nelson
Fandom Today
4125
Celebrity in Culture (Brody)
Chris Hemsworth,Fexible Star Images,Style
Icons, and DeNiro
Kevin Calcamp
If a Jacked Australian with a Perfect Face Can
Kevin Calcamp
Issaquah A
Make It, Anyone Can: Re-Examining “It” via Chris
Hemsworth
FLEXIBLE STAR IMAGES: UTILIZING ITALIAN-
Suzi Garcia
AMERICAN ETHNICITY AS A TRANSITIONAL
SPACE FOR ACTORS OF COLOR
Screen Stars as Style Icons: An Examination of
Daryna Granik
Audrey Hepburn and Sarah Jessica Parker
You (Not) Talkin’ To Me?: Robert DeNiro and
Lorraine York
the Affective Paradox of Reluctant Celebrity
4126
Virtual Identities and Self-Promoting
(Consilio)
Identity in Social Networks
James Wirth
Social Media and Political Agency: The Same-Sex
James Wirth
Issaquah B
Marriage Debate in Virtual Spaces
Image of Intent: Exploring Identity Through
Jamie Woodlief
Social Networks
#mothermonster knows best: Lady Gaga's
Brandy Dieterle
Instagram as site for identity creation and fan
connections
The Marine Wives Club: Insurgent Identity
Elise Dixon
Construction in Facebook Support Groups
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 125
Panel #
4127
Topic Area (Area Chair) 126
Gothic in Literature, Film, and Culture
(Palmer III)
Session Title
Gothic II: Gothic Gender
Session chair
Silvia Herrera
Presentation title
Presenter
The Monsters of Repression: The Mad Woman
Room
Silvia Herrera
Kirkland
from Gothic Literature to Horror Cinema
Gothic Agents of Revolt: The Female Rebel in
Pan's Labyrinth, Alice in Wonderland and
Michail-Chrysovalantis
Markodimitrakis
Through the Looking Glass
4128
The Sixties (Carmichael)
Competing Identities
Deborah
Carmichael
Countering the Sardonic: The Televisual
Alexandra Klaren
Leschi
Pedagogy of Fred Rogers
"His Flight Into Space": O'Connor's "The Lame
Cameron Winter
Shall Enter First," the Space Race, and the Crisis
of National Identity
A Clash of Generations: The Neoconservative
Jason Rorberts
Elders and the 1960s ex-Leftists at the Second
Thoughts Conference
4129
Professional Development (Hancock and
McClain)
Publishing, Assessment, and Pedagogy
Matthieu Guitton
Publishing on digital culture: Presenting
Matthieu Guitton
Medina
Computers in Human Behavior
The Narrative Arc of Assessment: A Broad-
Kathryn Edney
Based Perspective
Interdisciplinary Education: Mentoring Kinetic
Kyung Eun Lee
Window Display Design
4130
Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic
Gaming) (Jellenik)
Adaptation 6: Adaptive Strategies
William Mooney
A Thousand Slimy Deformities: Perelandra’s
Sally Ferguson
Ravenna A
Ransom as an Interplanetary Mariner
Dick, Spielberg, and Kansas City: A Minority
William Mooney
Report
The Atonement of Adaption: Foregrounding's
Katherine Robinson
Atonement's Media History Through Fashion
4131
Women's Studies (Kent)
Pop Culture and Resistance in the Soviet Union Alla Myzelev
and Cuba
Women in Revolution: Gender Resocialization in
Janna Keegan
Ravenna B
Cuban and Soviet Poster Art
Narrating Activism: Craft and self-fashioning by
Alla Myzelev
Pussy Riot and FEMEN.
Female Sexuality and the Soviet Union: How
Benjamin Remillard
Americans Misunderstood Soviet Women and
their Sexuality
4132
Undergraduate Sessions (Rubinfeld and
Nordmeyer)
Undergraduate Sessions V: Challenging Borders Steven Benko
and Exploring Identities
Retrospective Feminism: Imperator Furiosa and
Sidney Shank
Ravenna C
the (Im)Possibility of a Feminist Reading of
Beowulf
A Link Between Worlds
Michael Strachan
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 126
Panel #
4133
Topic Area (Area Chair) 127
World's Fairs and Expositions (Dalton and
Prasch)
Session Title
Session chair
From Philadelphia to Milan: World's Fairs, 1876- Thomas Prasch
2015
Presentation title
Presenter
Man vs. Machine: Selling a Particular Way of Life
Diana Cucuz
Room
Boren
through the American and Soviet National
Exhibitions of 1959
Expo Milano 2015: Whatever Happened to the
Mark Wilson
World’s Fair?
Promoting Canada’s Irish Connection: The
Robyn Schwarz
Pursuit of Irish Participation at Expo 67
4134
African-American Culture (Sherrod)
African-American Culture VI: The Politics of
Double Consciousness, Racial Mimesis and
Consumption
Elgie Sherrod
Black Piet, Blackface, and Black Lit: European
Licia Hendriks
Columbia
Racial Mimesis in African American Literature
Three Producers, 34 Backers, and Not a Ghost
malcolm womack
of a Chance: Marketing the Negro Problem for
1946 Broadway
Nella Larson and the Consuming Confusion of
Will Guajardo
Indecision
4135
Asian Popular Culture (Lent and Xu)
Asian Popular Culture III: Comics and Cartoons -- John A. Lent
China, India, and Japan
How does the radiation make you feel?: The
Carl Li
Jefferson A
emotional criticism of nuclear power in the
science fiction manga Coppelion
Art & Avarice in India's Comics World
Jeremy Stoll
The Construction of Postmemory in Kōno
Shige (CJ) Suzuki
Fumiyo’s Manga about Atomic Bombing in
Hiroshima
The Invention of Chinese Cartooning: 1890s
John A. Lent
through 1920s
4136
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel)
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XII: Queer
Futurity & Activism
Alberto Cifuentes,
Jr.
Dying Children and Kissing Girls: Pedopolitics
Ungsan Kim
Jefferson B
and Queer Futurity in South Korean Popular
Media
Coming Out on YouTube: A content analysis of
Kelsey Mattingly
the presentation and reception of sharing one's
story to the world
You Don't Own Me: The Fall of Rentboy.com
Alberto Cifuentes, Jr.
During the Rise of Sex Work
4138
Tolkien Studies (Reid)
Tolkien Studies VI: Scholarship. Editors'
Roundtable
Janet Croft
Tolkien Studies VI: Editors' Roundtable
Leslie Donovan
University
Janice Bogstad
Brad Eden
Janet Croft
Martin Barker
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 127
Panel #
4139
Topic Area (Area Chair) 128
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and
Strubel)
Session Title
Session chair
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and
Design XV: Body Image and Transformations
Jessica Strubel
Presentation title
Presenter
feminine, and physically attractive?
Dooyoung Choi
Yoori Chae
"Do Ya Think I'm Sexy": Female Faculty and the
Gwyneth Williams
Can lines be drawn between being sexy,
Universal Taboo
When body-tanning becomes dress: Social
Room
Virginia
Monica Moore
Jeong-Ju Yoo
norms, beliefs and stigmatization of body
modification
Painted Bodies: Reclaiming the Body through
Jessica Strubel
Tattoos
4145
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino,
Sederholm, Woofter)
Sensation and Spectacle
Mario DeGiglioBellemare
The Passional Body and Affective Attractions
Mario DeGiglio-Bellemare
OCD in David DeCoteau's 1313: Haunted Frat
Zoe McDonald
Redemption, Reification, and All That Jazz:
Jerry D. Metz
Cirrus Ballroom
Soundtrack and Narrative Thematics in "The
Undertaker and His Pals" (1965) and "Papa
Benjamin" (1961)
Gore Drama: Coping with Post-Traumatic Stress
Kristi Pierse
through Televised Evisceration
FRIDAY 11:30AM
4202
Disasters, Apocalypses, and Catastrophes
(Bell and Ficociello)
The End is Real: Disasters and Current Events
Christopher
Swindell
The West Virginia water crisis: A critical analysis
Christopher Swindell
Grave Conditions: Staging the Nuclear Dead in
Andrew Wasserman
Diamond A
Reagan’s America
Saving Fido and Fluffy: The Problem of Pets in
Kiernan Gladman
Times of Catastrophe
Don’t Pahk Yah Cahr in Hahvard Yahd: Fairness,
Amy Lantinga
Civility, and Parking Wars During Boston’s 20142015 Winter Disaster
4203
4205
Radio and Audio Media (Chorba)
Material Culture (Nickisher)
Radio 6 Open Forum - An Open Forum: The
Future of Radio & Multi Platforms Audio Featuring Keynote Speaker Valerie Geller,
International Media Consultant
Valerie Geller
Material Culture III: About Place
Janet M. Purdy
Valerie Geller
Diamond B
Identifying Material Culture in Interior Design
Holly Page-Sagehorn
Aspen
William Eggleston's Signs of the South
Amanda Malloy
Ancient to H&M: The Persistent Role of
Janet M. Purdy
What's happening in America with podcasting
and radio? It's growing!
Traditional Textiles in Ethiopian Culture
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 128
Panel #
4206
Topic Area (Area Chair) 129
Fat Studies (Owen and Jennings)
Session Title
ROUNDTABLE: Fat People of Louisville, Unite!
Session chair
Jasie Stokes
Presentation title
Presenter
Fat People of Louisville, Unite!: Fat Positive
Louisville as a Model for Local Fat Activist
Communities
4207
4208
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Religion and Culture (Detrixhe)
Fan Culture and Theory Roundtable II: Every
KT Torrey
Love Is Unique: Fans, Producers, and Romance
in Bryan Fuller's Hannibal
Developments in Contemporary Religion
Every Love Is Unique: Fans, Producers, and
Romance in Bryan Fuller's Hannibal
Pamela A. Detrixhe And The Saints Go Marching In: The Spread of
Room
Jasie Stokes
Crystal Newman
Melissa Gibson
Abby Link
KT Torrey
Lori Morimoto
Shannon Howard
Elizabeth Kingswood
Cedar A
Cedar B
Juniper
Santeria and the Cuban Queer Diaspora
“Cowboy Church: Give Me that Old Time
Jim Towns
Religion in Western Culture”
Modern Ecumenicalism and the Noahide
Patrick Villalonga
Movement
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir: A Harmony of
Lloyd Newell
Religion, Music, and Culture
4209
Pulp Studies (Everett and Shanks)
Pulp Studies III - Two-Gun Bob - Robert E.
Howard
Justin Everett
‘ ‘History’ and ‘Time’ in REH’s Fantastic Stories’
Dierk Günther
"No plot, no sequence, no moral": Robert E.
Jason Carney
Madrona
Howard's Post Oak and Sand Roughs and the
Unreality of the Ordinary
4210
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and
Ginn)
Representations of the "Other"
Caroline-Isabelle
Caron
Pulp Studies So Far: A View From the Road
Justin Everett
Better Aliens: Aboriginal Use of Western Popular
Caroline-Isabelle Caron
Redwood A
Cultural Tropes About Extraterrestrials.
Alien Invasion and Colonization in Nnedi
Cassandra L. Jones
Okorafor’s Lagoon
The Loas, the Orishas, and Afrofuturism in Nalo
Cherie Ann Turpin
Hopkinson’s Fiction: the Divine Horsemen Go HiTech
4213
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell and Cozy Noir: Aspects of Louise Penny
Nyabuti)
Phyllis Betz
Genre Bending: Louise Panny's Anti-Cozy
Mysteries
"One need not be a chamber to be haunted":
Sarah Fogle
Rachel Schaffer
Rosemary Johnsen
Phyllis Betz
Phyllis Betz
Willow A
The Gothic Landscapes of Louise Penny"
People Are like Homes: Duality in the Novels of
Rachel Schaffer
Louise Penny
Mimetic Rivalry and Murder in Louise Penny’s
Rosemary Johnsen
Inspector Gamache Series
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 129
Panel #
4214
Topic Area (Area Chair) 130
Memory and Representation (Cochran)
Session Title
Memory and Representation V: Writing and
Visual Culture
Session chair
Jared Stanley
Presentation title
Presenter
Read, Remember, Reflect: Memory Studies in the
Alissa Bourbonnais
Room
Willow B
First-Year Writing Classroom
Sense and Sexuality: Using Creative Non-Fiction
Amanda Scott
Flash to Examine Memory, Trauma, and Identity
Memory Grids: Archive as Metaphor
Allison Westerfield
“I remember when…: cyclicality of memory
Jared Stanley
formation and recall based on apperception of
performance and visual culture.”
4215
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim) Comics and Comic Art: Comics and Pedagogy
Robert Watkins
Syllabus on the Syllabus: Teaching Lynda Barry in
Tara Prescott
Grand Ballroom A
the College Writing Classroom
The Average Woman in a Superhero Society:
Sandra Eckard
Using Peggy Carter and Lois Lane in the
Classroom
Marvelous Families: The Thor & Loki Comics as
Holly Wells
an Avenue into College-level Literary Analysis
Moving Beyond Comics Analysis: Why Teaching
Robert Watkins
Comics Production in the Post-secondary
Classroom Shows Promising Results
4216
Film (Palumbo)
Film XIX--Cinematic Sociology & ActionAdventure Films: Management, Privacy, 21st
Century Villains, Jumping the Shark
Jeremy Stensrud
Open Secret: The Critique of Management in
Dan Shoemaker
Grand Ballroom B
American Popular Films
“North Korea is the New Soviet Union:
Johnson Cheu
Racializing the Villain in 21st-century Action
Adventure Films”
4217
Philosophy and Popular Culture (Okapal
and Decker)
Star Trek II: Various -isms (and Star Wars)
Terrance
MacMullan
When to Jump the Shark
Jeremy Stensrud
"Strangely Compelling": The Guardian's
Sarah O'Hare
Grand Ballroom C
Romanticism in "The City on the Edge of
Forever"
Is Liberation Ever a Bad Thing? Enterprise's
William Lindenmuth
"Cogenitor" and Moral Relativism
Wisdom Awakens: Philosophy in Star Wars:
Terrance MacMullan
Episode VII
4218
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Art and Design Culture XIV
Victoria Pass
The Spectacle Haunting Europe: Colonialism,
Joseph Jones
Grand Ballroom D
Commercialism, and Everyday Images of Africa in
Imperial Germany
In Between: Charles Demuth’s 1926 Poster
Mark Thistlethwaite
Portrait of Bert Savoy
The Mangbetu Coiffure and Haute Couture
Victoria Pass
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 130
Panel #
4219
Topic Area (Area Chair) 131
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Session Title
The Women of Comedy
Session chair
Becca Cragin
Presentation title
Presenter
Leslie Knope Has Zero Emmys: A Critical
Katie Hahn
Room
Ballard
Analysis of Emmy Bias in Broadcast Television
Work Wife Women in Television: Examining the
Kathleen Mollick
Work Wife Relationships in 30 Rock and Mad
Men
From Lucy & Vivian to Tina & Amy: The
Julie O'Reilly
Evolution of Television's Comedic Power
Couples
“Nobody’s a Freak No More”: Comedy and
Becca Cragin
Drama in Season 3 of Orange is the New Black
4220
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry
(Manning)
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry IX - Waking in Maggie Woodward Poems from In Our Awful Sweet Voices
the Grass to Awful Sweet Voices: Poems of
Nostalgia, Surrealism, & Horror
Jenny Sadre-Orafai
Poems from The Dreaded Dull of Waking
Charles Crowley IV
Poems from PARASOMNIA
Maggie Woodward
Dark Constellations, or, When the Void Calls
Mary Sealy
Capitol Hill
You Will Answer It
4224
Westerns and the West (Lewis)
Westerns and the West II: Shifting Values in
Westerns
Paul Lumsden
‘I Ain’t the Same’: Anti-Heroism and Violence in
Nathan Wuertenberg
Greenwood
21st Century Westerns
Harlan Roulette: Cowboys, Gangsters, and
Paul Zinder
Generic Construction in Justified
“Out here, due process is a bullet”: Dialogical
Kelly Jensen
Concepts of Justice in the Contemporary TV
Western
4225
Education, Teaching, History and Popular
Culture (Janak)
XIII. The Fantasy Lens: Using Fantasy to
Illuminate the Classics--and Beyond: Stories
That Live Forever
Emily Dial-Driver
“The Spasmodic Western”
Paul Lumsden
The Fantasy Lens Using Fantasy to Iluminate the
Carolyn Taylor
Issaquah A
Classics - and Beyond
The Fantasy Lens: Using Fantasy to Illuminate the
Scott Reed
Classics—and Beyond: In Corruptible Power
Using Indigenous Children Literature in Kenyan
Juliet Evusa
Schools
Stories That Live Forever--Story Fusion and
Emily Dial-Driver
Transformation
Not Such a Long Time Ago, In a Village Far, Far
Emily Dial-Driver
Away: Bringing Modern Students Closer to
Cervantes' Don Quijote
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 131
Panel #
4227
Topic Area (Area Chair) 132
Gothic in Literature, Film, and Culture
(Palmer III)
Session Title
Gothic III: New American Gothic
Session chair
Robert Kachur
Presentation title
Presenter
Southern Gothic in Ron Rash’s One Foot in Eden
Louis Palmer
The Psychology of a Mad House: Exploring the
Josselyn Swett
Room
Kirkland
Works of Shirley Jackson
Migrations of Catholic Horror and Bleeding
Marie Mulvey-Roberts
Women
Revisiting Twin Peaks: Tracing the Spread of the
“Aporigothic”
4228
The Sixties (Carmichael)
The Music Business
Deborah
Carmichael
Robert Kachur
Paul Muhlhauser
U.S. Record Industry in the Late 1960s
Sam Meister &Matthew
Sands
The Performance of Women and African-
Jim Sernoe
Psychedelic Revolutions: An Exploration of the
Leschi
American Musicians on Billboard's Popular Music
Charts, 1960-1969
“I’m Your Teenage Prayer”: The Coverage of
Diana Belscamper
Bob Dylan in ‘60s Teen Magazines
4229
4230
Professional Development (Hancock and
McClain)
Non-Academic Career Options for Popular
Culture Scholars
David Feldman
Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic
Gaming) (Jellenik)
Adaptation 7: Adaptation and Gender Issues
Mary Ruth Marotte Princess Zelda: The Woman in Love
Non-Academic Career Options for Popular
Culture Scholars
"Understanding our Interpretation of Bernie
David Feldman
Sam Grogg
Sam Ford
Joshua Horn
Medina
Ravenna A
Mary Ruth Marotte
Babcock's Novels"
Cross-dressed and Armed Female Knight: From
Dayanara Torres
Edmund Spenser's Britomart to George R. R.
Martin's Lady Brianne
4231
Women's Studies (Kent)
Sex, Feminism, and Objectification in The Fall,
The Good Wife, and True Detective
Molly Magestro
Representing Rape: How The Good Wife gets
Molly Magestro
Ravenna B
rape prosecution narratives right
Women as Props in HBOs True Detective,
Michele Adams
Season 1
Women, Sex, and Power: The Feminist
Ashley Donnelly
Discourse The Fall
4232
Undergraduate Sessions (Rubinfeld and
Nordmeyer)
Undergraduate Sessions VI: Social Media,
Visual Culture, and Body Art
Abby Steven
Should a Tweet Win a Pulitzer?
Arellanes
Stephanie Michelle
Miller
Dakota Connell-Ledwon
Representations of Italian Culture in Mid-19th
Ravenna C
Meg Scanlon
Century America
Why Does Miley Cyrus Offend You? A Study of
Nerisha Reynolds
Feminism and Sexuality
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 132
Panel #
4233
Topic Area (Area Chair) 133
World's Fairs and Expositions (Dalton and
Prasch)
Session Title
San Francisco Dreaming, with a side trip to
Chicago
Session chair
Laurie Dalton
Presentation title
Presenter
"Let's Go San Francisco": Cultrual and Musical
Elisse La Barre
Room
Boren
Intersections Uncovered in the Sheet Music
Written or the 1939/1940 Golden Gate
International Exposition
Selling “Down Under”: Americans and the
Robert Chase
Promise of Australia
Dreaming a Pacific World: San Francisco and the
Abigail Markwyn
1939 Golden Gate International Exposition
Design Evolution: From Neoclassicism to Art
Lisa Schrenk
Deco to Streamlining and Modern Architectural
forms at the 1933-34 Century of Progress
International Exposition
4234
African-American Culture (Sherrod)
African-American Culture VII: Black Capitalism, Elgie Sherrod
Health Equity and Civic Agency
Feeding the Nation: Culinary Nationalism and
Mary Potorti
Columbia
Black Capitalism in Elijah Muhammad’s Nation of
Islam
“Give Me Some of What You Got”: Spike Lee’s
Jesse Williams, Jr.
Get on the Bus as Civil Rights Film
4235
4236
Asian Popular Culture (Lent and Xu)
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel)
Asian Popular Culture IV: Korean Wave, K-Pop, HaeLim Suh
Eco-Wedding
“Korean Wave” Class in U.S. Colleges: Between
Chung-Hwan Joe
Jefferson A
Fandom and Criticism
Q Sort : Why White People Like K-pop
Janice Cho
Eco-Wedding for Korean Generation Y
Kyung Eun Lee
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XIII: Television & Nicholas Guarriello (Homo)sexuality, Class Structure, and
Film
Neoliberalism: Problematizing Downton Abbey's
Stephanie Young
Jefferson B
"Hot Gay Villian"
What role did television play in legalizing gay
Victor Evans
marriage?
Brick by Brick: Whitewashing, Historical
Nicholas Guarriello
Amnesia, and Metronormativity in Roland
Emmerichs Stonewall
The Caitlyn Jenner Effect: Media Manipulation,
Laurie Moroco
Pop Culture, and Otherness
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 133
Panel #
4237
Topic Area (Area Chair) 134
Session Title
Session chair
Latin Americans and Latinos: Identity Issues Latin Americans and Latinos - Identity Issues
and Cultural Stereotypes (Rosales)
and Cultural Stereotypes II: Reworkings of
Gender, Memory and Performance in U.S.
Latino/a Narrative
Raul Rosales
Herrera
Presentation title
Presenter
Performances of Hunger and Masculinity
Joshua Lopez
The Divine Child in Margarita Engle's Mountain
Manuel Martínez
Room
Seneca
Dog
Chantel Acevedo's A Falling Star: Postmemory
Raul Rosales Herrera
and the "Translation" of Mariel in Contemporary
U.S. Latino Narrative
Days of Troy, Oppositional Performance, As
Thomas Carrasco
Cultural Production in Los Angeles, Troy Café,
1990-1995
4238
Tolkien Studies (Reid)
Tolkien Studies VII: The Silmarillion
Robin Reid
The Grammar of Myth in The Silmarillion
Robin Reid
"Above All Shadows Rides the Sun": Redemption
Jaye Dozier
University
and Resurrection in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of
the Rings
4239
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and
Strubel)
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and
Design XVI: Gender and Sexuality
Jose Blanco
Exchange, Embodied Femininities, and Modernity
Dabrina Taylor
John Jacob
Fashion Photoshoot for Consumer Voyeurism
Angelina Martin
The Opposing Female Gaze in Fashion
Aria Darcella
The Little Black Dress: Negotiating Sexual
Virginia
Photography: Depictions of Kate Moss By
Corinne Day & Ellen von Unwerth
The Glamorous and the Shirtless: Male Fashion
Jose Blanco
Designers on Instagram
4245
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino,
Sederholm, Woofter)
Wes Craven—Reappraising a Horror Icon
4302
Disasters, Apocalypses, and Catastrophes
(Bell and Ficociello)
The Movies and TV Go to a Disaster
Carl Sederholm
Wes Craven: Re-Appraising a Horror Icon
Kristopher Woofter
Ralph Beliveau
Carl Sederholm
Steffen Hantke
Cirrus Ballroom
Jen Caruso
Diamond A
FRIDAY 1:15PM
Robert Ficociello
Storm Warnings: Affective Responses to Global
Warming in Jeff Nichols’ Take Shelter (2011)
The Fault Lies Not in Ourselves, but with San
Mary McCay
Andreas
Social Media vs. TV: Decentering Disaster
Robert Ficociello
Discourse
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 134
Panel #
4305
Topic Area (Area Chair) 135
Material Culture (Nickisher)
Session Title
Session chair
Material Culture IV: Alternative Material Object Susan Ingram
Discourses
Presentation title
Presenter
The Languages of Material Deviance
Genevieve Later
A Catalogue of Complaints: Working on the
Susan Ingram
Room
Aspen
Fashioning Fashion Exhibition After the Fact
4306
Fat Studies (Owen and Jennings)
Visually Mediated Fatness
Kait LaPorte
The Fat "Independent Woman" in Romantic
Barbara Plotz
Cedar A
Comedy
Liberating the Fat Midwestern Mom in Leslie
Kait LaPorte
Hall's "Gravel in My Shoe"
4307
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Feminist Geek Culture
Jennifer Stuller
“Now I'm the One That's Cool”: The Power of
Amy Peloff
Cedar B
Geek Feminism
Using Their Powers for Good: Geek Feminist
Jennifer Stuller
Activism, Phenomena, and Community
4308
Religion and Culture (Detrixhe)
Popular "Religious" Discourse
Pamela A. Detrixhe A Rhetorical Examination of Televangelist Joel
Michael Jeffress
Juniper
Osteen’s Most Popular Sermon in the Context of
Viewer Opinions
Celebrity Sells, But the Tender Side of Horror
Susan Kray
Transfixes Mass Audiences and Immortalizes a
Scriptural Hero
Giveness, Love, and Saturated Phenomenon:
Jason Lief
What we Talk about When we Talk about
Birdman
Rethinking “Religious” Movies: I Don’t Think
Alissa Wilkinson
That Word Means What You Think It Means
4310
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and
Ginn)
Potpourri
Heather Urbanski
Memory and the Genre Franchise
Heather Urbanski
Shadow Characters in Frank Herbert's Dune
Donald E. Palumbo
The Bromantic Fellowship of J.R.R. Tolkien and
Nora Alfaiz
Redwood A
C.S. Lewis
Trends in SciFi/Fantasy and Literary Fiction
Curtis VanDonkelaar
DuRay Peterson
Corpse Bride: At the Monstrous Threshold
Michelle Smith
One Thing to Rule Them All?: Recent Crossover
between the Living and the Dead
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 135
Panel #
4311
Topic Area (Area Chair) 136
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Session Title
Leadership and Hegemony on TV
Session chair
Sheila Turek
Presentation title
Presenter
The Hegemony of Artificial Intelligence in
Room
John Carlberg
Redwood B
Jonathan Nolan’s Person of Interest
Representations of Fictional Female Leaders:
Elizabeth Stork
Comparisons between Prime-Time and Not
Prime-Time
Good Teachers in the Movies: Romantic Heroes
A. J. Grant
All
4313
4315
4316
Fairy Tales (Caleb, Holland-Toll and Nicks)
Eric Greene
Fairy Tales VIII (Round Table): Fairy Tales,
Myth, Clinic and Context: Four Perspectives on
Narcissistic Images of the Self
Gender and Leadership in House of Cards
Sheila Turek
Fairy Tales, Myth, Clinic and Context: Four
Eric Greene
Amanda Caleb
Kate Rittenhouse
Carol-Ann Farkas
John Darowski
Joseph Darowski
Alex Wainer
Nicole Freim
Dan Brown
Perspectives on Narcissistic Images of the Self
(roundtable).
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim) Comics and Comic Art Roundtable: The Joker at John Darowski
75: The Clown Prince of Crime in Context
The Joker at 75: The Clown Prince of Crime in
Film (Palumbo)
"Don't let those swill merchants rewrite you":
Film XX--Almost Famous, Catfish, Les
Miserables, & Birdman
kim winnegge
Context
Willow A
Grand Ballroom A
Grand Ballroom B
The Hierarchy of Influences Model as portrayed
in Almost Famous.
Catfish as Serial Sequel to City Lights
Keith Perry
THE SPIRITUAL IMPLICATIONS IN THE
kim winnegge
MUSICAL SCORE OF “LES MISÉRABLES”
Space
Nitzan Ben Shaul
Orit Fussfeld Cohen
“A Malfunctioning $30 Million Dollar Weapon” –
Vladimir Titkov
Birdman: Or, the Unexpected Virtue of Digital
4317
Philosophy and Popular Culture (Okapal
and Decker)
Technology and Time
Wayne Stengel
Grand Ballroom C
Nietzschean Instinct, Will to Power, and Eternal
Recurrence in the Bourne Trilogy
Questions of Technology in the Marvel
Christopher Jeansonne
Cinematic Universe
What If There’s No Tomorrow? There Wasn’t
Jason Cimon
One Today: Phil Connors and The Crystals of
Time
Lovers, Philosphers, and the Destructions of
Wayne Stengel
Time in Richard Linklater's Waking Life and the
Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Before Midnight
Trilogy
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 136
Panel #
4318
Topic Area (Area Chair) 137
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Session Title
Art and Design Culture XV
Session chair
Meredith Shimizu
Presentation title
Presenter
Viewing Detroit: Photographs and the Meaning of
Meredith Shimizu
Room
Grand Ballroom D
Modern Ruins
Art Forms
Vivian Ruiz
Lauren Wilson
A Search for Home
saeide Karimi
Form(al) Play
Megan Decker
Second LANGUAGE Poetry and the Immigrant
Simina Banu
Greece: Social Unrest and Contemporary Urban
4320
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry
(Manning)
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry X - Planes,
Nasser Hussain
PowerPoint, & Pleasure: Poetry as Work & Play
Capitol Hill
Experience
"Time Difference" and "The Number of Letters":
Chung-Hwan Joe
PowerPoint Poetry Project
4324
Westerns and the West (Lewis)
Westerns and the West III: Shifting Attitudes
Towards Mexicans and Indians
Helen M. Lewis
SKYWRITEINGS: Poetry in a Global Context
Nasser Hussain
Who the heck is Melquiades Estrada? The
John Donahue
Greenwood
enigmatic Mexican in Westerns
Mexican Chili Westerns and the Politics of
Christopher Conway
Genre
"Trapped Veterans: Post World War II Noir
Debra B. Cutshaw
Similarities in Devil's Doorway (1950) and High
Wall (1947)"
Theodore Roosevelt, Edward Curtis, and the
Helen M. Lewis
Indians: Preserving Native American Cultures
through Photography and Influence
4325
Sea Literature, History, and Culture (Curley) I: (Re)creation
Nandita Batra
Water World
Paul Guajardo
The Sea Monster & the Nature-Faker
Stephen Curley
Issaquah A
Controversy: Charles G.D. Roberts, “The Terror
of the Sea Caves” (1907)
All inclusive vacation package of Dr. No:
Nicole C. Frisbey
Geopolitics of Tourism and Travel of the
Caribbean
Writ in Water: Submarine Visions in Keats
Nandita Batra
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 137
Panel #
4326
Topic Area (Area Chair) 138
Virtual Identities and Self-Promoting
(Consilio)
Session Title
Online Identity and Presentation
Session chair
Jerrica Rowlett
Presentation title
Presenter
Speed dating in the digital age: An analysis of
Jerrica Rowlett
Room
Issaquah B
Tinder dating profiles
"I'm Not a Hero": Student Veterans' Identity
Cassandra Branham
Presentation Strategies in Social Networking
Spaces
Consultant Identities in High School Centers
Jenny Chen
Michael Benjamin
Tom Philipose
Popular Sorceries: Algernon Blackwood’s Occult
Sharla Hutchison
“Our Little Secret:” Virtually Generating Writing
4327
Gothic in Literature, Film, and Culture
(Palmer III)
Gothic IV:Nineteenth Century America
Sharla Hutchison
Kirkland
Detective Fiction
Of Monsters and Men: The Gothic in Uncle
Renee Mattos
Tom's Cabin
Criticism of Medical Treatment within "The
Tyler Strong
Yellow Wallpaper"
4328
The Sixties (Carmichael)
Resistance and the Avant-Garde
Deborah
Carmichael
THE SAVANT-GARDE. SURFADELICA, GIRL
Rob Chapman
Leschi
GROUPS, AND GARAGE BANDS.
Pesadas, Acusticazos, and Revolutionaries: Rock
Kevin M. Moist
Nacional and Resistance in Early 1970s Argentina
David Barber
“Sit-ins: the highlight reel”
4329
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Gender and Media Studies XI: Exploring
Websites, Blogs, Social Media and Selfies
Taylor Joy Mitchell Gender Norm Conformity and Interpersonal
Perceive Selfies?
Yuqian Ni
Anqi Peng
Pei Chen
The Ideology of Female Body in Chinese Social
Ting Peng
Attraction: How Do Chinese College Students
Medina
Media:One Case Study of Mass Communication
in WEIBO.COM
Gendered Food: A Survey of Contemporary
Erica Rivera
Food Blogging and Gender Roles
NOW Now What?: Rethinking the
Taylor Joy Mitchell
Organziation's Media Representations after 50
Years
4330
Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic
Gaming) (Jellenik)
Adaptation 8: Pedagogy and Adaptation
Valerie Guyant
Shakespeare, Adaptation, and the Undergraduate
Ashley Bender
Ravenna A
English Curriculum
English Through Popular Culture: teaching
Christelle Davis
adaptation in the ESL classroom
"Why are we reading fairy tales?": The
Valerie Guyant
pedagogical implications of teaching fairy tales,
folk tales, and modern adaptations.
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 138
Panel #
4331
Topic Area (Area Chair) 139
Women's Studies (Kent)
Session Title
Sexuality and Gender in Comic Book and Art
Cultures
Session chair
Dianna Baldwin
Presentation title
Presenter
Batwoman . . . To Queer or Not to Queer, That
Room
Dianna Baldwin
Ravenna B
Is the Question
"I think that sort of goes with girls not really
Lucia Cedeira Serantes
thinking that comics are for them" (Oracle, 24):
Female comics readers as uneasy squatters in
comics culture
4332
Undergraduate Sessions (Rubinfeld and
Nordmeyer)
Undergraduate Sessions VII: Traversing
Diversity: Education, Race, and Nationality
Kim Jackson
Who Would Have Thought? A study of negative
Abby Steven Arellanes
Ravenna C
social capital and postsecondary educational
ambitions
Racial Microaggressions Against Latina/o College
Stephanie Michelle Miller
Students
Sustainable Individualism: an Examination of
Bradley Fuller
Human Infrastructure
Food, Culture and Identity of Vietnam.
Han Tran
Spy: When The Fat Woman is No Longer the
Greta Maas
Foil Character
4333
Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone) Animation Daily Screening III
David S. Silverman
Animation Daily Screening III
David S. Silverman
Boren
4334
African-American Culture (Sherrod)
Elgie Sherrod
"Unfinished Business: Moore's Ford Lynching
Erin Gray
Columbia
African-American Culture VIII: Violence
Returning: The Visual Politics of Reenactment
Reenactment as Embodied Racial Trauma"
Mark Auslander
Jackson
Negarra A. Kudumu
Erin Gray
Mark Auslander
“Caught in the Film Loop of History”: Reenacted
Mark Auslander
Desecrating the Archive: Double Consciousness
and Ethno-eroticism in the work of Ayana V.
Racial Violence and Cinematic Imaginations
4335
Asian Popular Culture (Lent and Xu)
Asian Popular Culture V: Japan, Manga
Wendy Goldberg
Manga and Hybridity: Reading Between the
Tara-Monique Etherington
Jefferson A
(Cultural) Lines in English Translation.
I Will Not Bow:Analysis of the Failure of Hegel’s
Robyn Johnson
Slave-Master Theory in Inuyasha
4336
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel)
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XIV: Film
David Coon
Mobile Suit Gundam War Narratives
Wendy Goldberg
A Delicate Balance: Queer Masculinities in
Simone DaSilva
Jefferson B
Contemporary Brazilian Film
Sad Gays for the Straight Gaze: An Analysis of
Elizabeth Jumpe
Mainstream Queer Cinema
A Festival for Change: The Seattle Lesbian and
David Coon
Gay Film Festival
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 139
Panel #
4337
Topic Area (Area Chair) 140
Session Title
Session chair
Latin Americans and Latinos: Identity Issues Latin Americans and Latinos - Identity Issues
and Cultural Stereotypes (Rosales)
and Cultural Stereotypes III: Latin/o Identities
in Action - Contemporary Discourses and
Representations
Raul Rosales
Herrera
Presentation title
Presenter
" The Fence Metaphor in the Recent Political
Nancy Noguera
Room
Seneca
Discourse on Immigration in the USA."
Eating globalized chicken will make you gay
Carolina Felipes
Exploring Cultural Awareness in the Second-
Tanya Chroman
Language Classroom: A Pilot Study at a
University in Central California
Art from the Masses: the United Farm Workers
Julia Fernandez
and the Social Origins of Chicana/o Art
4338
Tolkien Studies (Reid)
Tolkien Studies VIII: Interdisciplinary
Approaches
Janet Croft
The Art of the Foreword: J.R.R. Tolkien’s Very
Janet Croft
University
Short Works
Therapeutic Reading of Bilbo’s The Red Book of
Rebecca Addy
Westmarch: The Heroes' Journey Through
Mental Illness
4339
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and
Strubel)
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and
Design XVII: Costume History
Susan Strawn
Grooming the Awkward Body: Beauty Advice for
Rebecca Perry
Virginia
Pre-Adolescent Girls in Polly Pigtails and Calling
All Girls, 1941-1960
The Rise and Fall of the Hemline Index
Clara Berg
Dress Me Up: Clothing Fasteners as Indicators of
Susan Strawn
Societal Attitudes toward Women, 1865-1999
4345
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino,
Sederholm, Woofter)
Zombie Discourse
Tiffany Bryant
Finding Hope in the Zombie Apocalypse
Darcy Anderson
Kids, Zombies, and Kid Zombies: Trends in
Tiffany Bryant
Cirrus Ballroom
Children’s Roles and Symbolism in Zombie
Narratives
The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead and Z
natalie wilson
Nation: Domestic Violence and Rape Culture
through a Zombified Lens
FRIDAY 3:00PM
4402
Disasters, Apocalypses, and Catastrophes
(Bell and Ficociello)
Theorizing The End
Robert Bell
Floating on the Rising Tide: Global Warming and
Robert Bell
Diamond A
the Crisis to Capitalism
Every Story Needs a Villain: Why Climate
Dan Cabaniss
Change Narratives Don't Work
Brick Houses with Glass Foundations: The
Casey Ratto
Failure Points of Post-Apocalyptic Nationalism
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 140
Panel #
4405
Topic Area (Area Chair) 141
Material Culture (Nickisher)
Session Title
Material Culture V: Human-Centered
Interactions
Session chair
Amanda Almon
Presentation title
Presenter
Experiential Objects: Designing Interactions in
Room
Amanda Almon
Aspen
Places, Spaces and Immersive Cultures
Susan Bowman
4407
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Still Other? Race and Gender in Fandom
Rukmini Pande
A case for the materiality of Light
Alyssa Humphries
The Prepper Marketplace
Carl Donner
"I'd like to believe that in some alternate universe
Charity Fowler
Cedar B
we are living this wonderful lesbian life together":
Female Friendships and Femslash
"Yes, The Evil Queen is Latina!" Queerness and
Swati Moitra
Race in Femslash Fandoms
Coloring outside the lines: Media Fandom as a
Rukmini Pande
Postcolonial Space
The Elusive Black Widow Film and Fan-Made
Tanya R. Cochran
Texts as Social Desire Paths
4408
Religion and Culture (Detrixhe)
Popular Music and Religion
Alissa Wilkinson
We Built Mars Hill on Punk and Grunge: How
Maren Haynes Marchesini
Juniper
Seattle's Music Subcultures Facilitated Mars Hill
Church's Legitimacy and Expansion
Not Your Mother's Satan: The Literacy Practices
Christine Olding
of Satanism
Sharpening the Slayer’s Sword: Thrash Metal,
Seth Payne
Theology, and Culture
A Crisis or a Blessing? Comparative Church
Elizabeth Georgian
Responses to United States v. Windsor (2013)
and Obergefell v. Hodges (2016)
4410
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and
Ginn)
SFF Treatments of Gender
Rhonda Wilcox
Ex Machina and the Posthuman "Eve"
Kimberly Jackson
Gender in the Movies: DC's Rachel Dawes and
Hannah Megna
Redwood A
Marvel's Pepper Potts, a Comparison
Bippity Boppity New: The Evolution of Disney's
Lauri Evans Deason
Princesses
4413
Mystery and Detective Fiction (Russell and Film and the Detective
Nyabuti)
Marla Arbach
Woman's Bloody Mouth in Grimm
Rhonda Wilcox
Detective Diversity in Serangoon Road
Marla Arbach
This Girl's Agency: Honey West, Cordelia Gray,
Jennifer Schnabel
Willow A
and the Inheritance Device
Film Noir and the Sumbission of Cinema to
Zeke Saber
Literature
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 141
Panel #
4414
Topic Area (Area Chair) 142
Memory and Representation (Cochran)
Session Title
Memory and Representation VI: Reliving the
Past
Session chair
Jennifer Adams
Presentation title
Presenter
The Tracks of our Tears: Railroads, and the
Gordon Titchener
Room
Willow B
Rhetoric(s) of Nostalgia
Nostalgia and the Pastoral Motif: Hidden
Timothy Etzkorn
Marketing from the Country House Poem to
Contemporary Country Music
[Re]Mourning Lincoln: Memory, Patriotic
Jennifer Adams
Martyrdom, and Rhetoric in the 2015
Reenactment of a President’s Funeral
4415
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim) Comics and Comic Art: Developments in
Postwar Shojo Manga
James Welker
Women and Comics: Reconsidering the
Andrea Horbinski
Grand Ballroom A
"Origins" of Shojo Manga in the Postwar
Romance of the Taisho Schoolgirl in Shōjo
Alisa Freedman
Manga: Here Comes Miss Modern
From Vicarious Voyages to Jumbo Jets: Shōjo
James Welker
Manga Artists and Fans Head Abroad in the
1970s and 1980s
"What's Queer about Shojo Manga?"
4416
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Watching Television
Jason Winslade
Walking Dead and Talking Dead: The Second
Sharalyn Orbaugh
Sharalyn Orbaugh
Margaret Steinhauer
Grand Ballroom B
Screen Goes Live
“Are You Still Watching?”: How Binge Watching
Jacinta Yanders
is Redefining Television Viewing
“Get a pic! Do a blog!”: Multimodality in the First
Jason Winslade
Year Whedon Seminar Classroom
4417
Philosophy and Popular Culture (Okapal
and Decker)
Video Games and Pedagogy
David Perlman
Know Your Role: A Defense of Joel's
Joshua Horn
Grand Ballroom C
Abandonment of Humanity in The Last of Us
Achievement Unlocked: Understanding How
Moral Decision Making in Video Games Impacts
Clint Jones
Joshua Horn
Our Characters in Real Life
Star Trek and Philosophy: Using Star Trek as a
Sacha Greer
Pedagogical Tool for Philosophy Instructors
Dunder Mifflin Redux: Mixing The Office with
David Perlman
YouDecide™, a Novel and Innovative Interactive
Method of Instruction to Enhance the Business
Ethics Classroom Experience
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 142
Panel #
4418
Topic Area (Area Chair) 143
Art & Design Culture (Sperling and Pass)
Session Title
Art and Design Culture XVI
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Jennifer Yamashiro Minimally Present: Political Dimensions of the
Silhouette
of Different Images of Batman
Dan Amernick
Dennis Kinsey
Portrait of Progress
M. Liz Andrews
Special (Performance) Session: Only Women
Rev. Dr. E-K Daufin
"Holy Subjectivity, Batman!": Viewer Perceptions
4420
4424
4425
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry
(Manning)
Westerns and the West (Lewis)
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry XI - Blood,
Bombs, Boxing, & Burial: Embodied Poetry
Westerns and the West IV: Justified: A
Roundtable Discussion
Sea Literature, History, and Culture (Curley) II: Texts and Contexts
Nicelle Davis
Room
Lori Parks
Jennifer Yamashiro
Grand Ballroom D
Capitol Hill
Bleed
Andrew Patrick
Nelson
Sue Matheson
Paul Zinder
c. herbert gilliland
The All-Time Great: Poems about Boxing
Gary Wilkens
The Walled Wife Retold
Nicelle Davis
Justified: A Roundtable Discussion
Andrew Patrick Nelson
Greenwood
Too Much, Too Late: Herman Melville's Moby
Sue Matheson
Paul Zinder
Becky Jo Gesteland
Issaquah A
Dick; or, The Whale
“The Embrace of Lips Black with Gunpowder”:
Brad Born
Black (In)fidelity in Cooper’s The Red Rover and
Eugène Sue’s Atar-Gull
Blown Away: Shipwreck, Rescue, and Return off
Patricia Yarrow
Japan in 1609 and 1813
The Romantic Vision of E. C. Wines aboard USS
c. herbert gilliland
Constellation 1829-31
4426
Virtual Identities and Self-Promoting
(Consilio)
Virtual Identity and the Self
Stacy Esch
The 'Selfievolution': Is the Selfie Art, Rhetoric, or
Stacy Esch
Issaquah B
Propaganda?
Politics of YouTube “Boy Beauty” Vlogs
Larkin Hiott
Poe Johnson
The Quantified Self: Adding New Dimensions to
Caryn Wiley-Rapoport
Remediating Feminized Whiteness: The Racial
the Concepts of Self and Identity
Virtual Nation-Building. The Time of Migration-
Kati Rissanen
(Kati Rissanen, PhD candidate)
4429
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Gender and Media Studies XII: Mothers,
Fathers and Daughters in Film and Television
Diana Rios
Staying Home While Staying Male? Stay-At-Home-
J. Scott Oberacker
Medina
Dads in Contemporary TV & Film
Mothers, Daughters, and Gender Scapegoating
Helen Heightsman Gordon
Re-Imagining Mothers and Daughters: Disney
Alyssa Gampong
Portrayals from 1937s to 2010s
My Mom’s a Dragon Queen and will Burn Your
Axe: Constructions of Maternity and
Diana Rios
Mary Helen Millham
Motherhood in the Acclaimed and Vilified “Game
of Thrones”
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 143
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 144
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
4430
Adaptation (Film, TV, Lit., and Electronic
Gaming) (Jellenik)
Roundtable II: Teaching Adaptation
Valerie Guyant
Teaching Adaptation: Strategies, Issues, Concerns
Glenn Jellenik
Ravenna A
4432
Undergraduate Sessions (Rubinfeld and
Nordmeyer)
Undergraduate Sessions VIII: Gender, Popular
Culture, and Cats
Kristjane
Nordmeyer
Mark Rubinfeld
From Mad Max to Game of Thrones: Popular
J. Scott Niederhauser
Ravenna C
Culture's Impact on Social Consciousness
"When She Talks, I Hear The Revolution": The
Jane Jerman
Impact of The Riot Grrrl Movement
Smile for him, bitch: Understanding norms
Narnia Brockman
surrounding male entitlement to female
attention.
How Cats Remolded My American Dream: A
Ryan Wenzel
Retrospective In Modern News Coverage
Awareness
World of Cats
Mark Rubinfeld
Kristjane Nordmeyer
South Park and Middle America, or the Crushing
Brian Duchaney
Meow or Never: A Critical Look at the Purrfect
4433
Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone) Animation V: Adult-themes in Animation
Brian Duchaney
Boren
Force of Suburbia
"Alfred Hitchcock Stole Every Idea I Ever Had":
Zachary Ingle
The Simpsons and Hitchcock, Parody and
Pastiche
Representation of Mental Illness in BoJack
Laura Moeller
Horseman
Merchandizing the Peanuts Reboot Amidst
Stephen Lind
Copyright Constraints
4434
African-American Culture (Sherrod)
African-American Culture IX - Roudtable
Pedagogy of Empowerment: Interdisciplinary
Approaches for Teaching and Discussing TaNahisi Coates
Na'Imah Ford
Pedagogy of Empowerment: Interdisciplinary
Na'Imah Ford
Columbia
Approaches for Teaching and Discussing TaNehisi Coates
#MyAsianAmericanStory: Is there still a need for
Ameenah Shakir
Kristal Clemons
Mary Grace Lao
Asian Representation in North American Media?
Tibetan Debate in the Diaspora: An Ancient
Cleve Wiese
Rhetorical Practice Evolves in Exile
Globalization, Media, and Transnational
HaeLim Suh
Migration: The Role of Korean Media
Consumption in Migration to Korea
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 144
Panel #
4436
Topic Area (Area Chair) 145
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel)
Session Title
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XV: Film,
Theatre, & Television
Session chair
Thomas Piontek
Presentation title
Presenter
What Is and Isn't Queer about a Lesbian Family:
Room
Thomas Piontek
Jefferson B
Two Cinematic Examples
Conflicting Interpretations and the Influence of
Anna Fahraeus
Heterocentricity in Lillian Hellman’s Children’s
Hour
Of Letters and Lists: How the MPAA Puts Films
Bruce Drushel
Recommended for LGBTQ Adolescents Out of
Reach
4437
Latin Americans and Latinos: Identity Issues Latin Americans and Latinos - Identity Issues
and Cultural Stereotypes (Rosales)
and Cultural Stereotypes IV: Latino/a
Representations in Popular Culture - Ideology,
Consumerism and Stereotyping
Raul Rosales
Herrera
Investigating Casting and Stereotyping on
Julio Agustin Matos, Jr.
Seneca
Broadway: A Comparative Analysis of West Side
Story (1957), Hamilton (2015) and On Your Feet
(2015)
The Latino Tech Narrative: Encoding Race, Fear
Joseph Herrera
and Criminalization
Reinforcing Dominant Ideology through
Matt Kliewer
Telenovelas: Modern Capitalist Patriarchy in Jane
the Virgin
"Hoy ACEPTO MI HOMOSEXUALIDAD": Ricky
Anaís García
Martin y su "performance" de identidad
4438
Law and Popular Culture (Harker)
Fact or Fiction? Popular Culture
Christopher
Depictions/Perceptions of and in the American Hickman
Legal System
Cartoons over Billboards: Popular Culture
Christopher Hickman
University
Sources of Constitutionalism in the Warren
Court Era
Superheroes, Super Cops: Constructions of
Nichole Nomura
legitimacy in Marvel's Civil War
Consuming Punishment: Palatability, Penal
Renee Byrd
Spectatorship and Orange is the New Black
Law School Stories: Legal Education in Popular
Lenora Ledwon
Culture
4439
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and
Strubel)
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and
Design XIII: Celebrity Culture
Veronica
Maldonado
"Bad Blood" and the Refashioning of Taylor Swift
Maureen Brewster
Edie Sedgwick: A Fashion Icon of Unique Paradox
Stephanie Kramer
The Apotheosis of Kanye West: Transgressive
Veronica Maldonado
Virginia
Practice Within Kanye West’s Work
4445
Horror (text, media, culture) (Iaccino,
Sederholm, Woofter)
“Eyes in Every Direction. They’re Coming for
Us!”: (FEAR) THE WALKING DEAD and the
Gothic Gaze
Phil Simpson
"Eyes in Every Direction. They're Coming for
Us!": [Fear] The Walking Dead and the Gothic
Gaze Roundtable
Phil Simpson
Brad Duren
Mary Findley
Heide Crawford
Cirrus Ballroom
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 145
Panel #
Topic Area (Area Chair) 146
Session Title
Session chair
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
FRIDAY 4:45PM
4502
Disasters, Apocalypses, and Catastrophes
(Bell and Ficociello)
Zombies and the End of Times
Jennifer Basquiat
From Vodou to Virus: Zombies, Fear, and the
Jennifer Basquiat
Diamond A
End of Days in American Popular Culture
What is Happening! Information Overload and
Jessica Richards
the Inevitable Zombie Apocalypse
Disaster Management Leadership Lessons from
Erik Trump
The Walking Dead
“Look At the Flowers”: Utopian Fantasy, Meme
Tiffany A. Christian
Culture, and Recuperating Hegemonic
Masculinities through Female Characters in The
Walking Dead
4507
Fan Culture and Theory (Larsen)
Mishamigos, Destiel, and Chuck Shurley is God: Stephanie
Supernatural and the Fandom that Will Not Die Krassenstein
“You wrote your own ending?:” Supernatural's
Heather Roberts
Cedar B
200th Episode Celebrates the Fandom
Wincest and Destiel: Supernatural Ships That Just
Catie Spicer
Won’t Sink
Queering the Alpha Male Fantasy: Fandom's
Stephanie Krassenstein
Solution to Supernatural's Problematic
Masculinity
4510
4511
Science Fiction and Fantasy (Leitch and
Ginn)
Writing and Publishing SFF
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
Monsters: Myths, Nature, and Violence
Donald E. Palumbo Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy - Publishing
Donald E. Palumbo
Redwood A
Jena Delgado-Sette
Redwood B
Your Works
Kelly Medina Lopez American Crime: Monsterizing America
Tiny Terrors: The Othering of Space in
Michael DelNero
"Monsters Inside of Me"
Not Your Nana’s Bedtime Story: La Llorona and
Kelly Medina Lopez
El Cucuy in Network Primetime
4514
Memory and Representation (Cochran)
Memory and Representation VII: Media and
Television
Marianne
Holdzkom
"We have to go back!": Cultural Memory &
Hayley Stefan
Willow B
Religious Allusion in Lost
All the Feels: The Impact of real-time audio on
Colleen Cleveland
emotional memory using augmented reality
“You really ought not to turn to TV for History
Marianne Holdzkom
Lessons Anyway”: Recent Representations of the
American Revolution as seen on Television
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 146
Panel #
4515
Topic Area (Area Chair) 147
Session Title
Comics and Comic Art (Wandtke and Freim) Comics and Comic Art: The Politics and the
Limits of Sex in Manga in Global Circulation
Session chair
Mark McLelland
Presentation title
Presenter
Regulating youth satirical sexual expression: then
Room
Mark McLelland
Grand Ballroom A
and now
Drawing Sex: Pages, Bodies, and Sighs in Japanese
Caitlin Casiello
Adult Manga
The Time of Children; or, Can I Assign Lolita in
Patrick W. Galbraith
My Manga Class?
Manga Fandom and Sexual Dissidence on the
Katrien Jacobs
Mainland Chinese campus
4516
Television (McClain and Savorelli)
TV and Class
Eilene Wollslager
The ABC's of representing the working class on
Robert Gabriel
Ballard
television: Roseanne and The Middle
The Chair: Set Design, Symbolism, and Class
Joseph Darowski
Issues in Frasier
Contemporary Class Wars through the
Eilene Wollslager
Dominion Lens: Reflections on the Increasing Rift
Between the Haves and the Have-Nots
4520
4529
Poetry Studies and Creative Poetry
(Manning)
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry XII - How
Words Rupture & Rain: Poems of Longing &
Limitation
Shannon Amidon
Gender and Media Studies XIII: Gender, Slasher Kimmy Clough
Films and Trans Feminine Identity
Schisms and Ruptures
Melisa Malvin-Middleton
How Far They Got
Shannon Amidon
Killing, Bleeding, Crying: John McTiernan's
Mikal Gaines
Capitol Hill
Medina
Predator as Queer Slasher Film
A Rhetorical Analysis of Ex Machina
Katlyn Firestone
Transitioning Characters: The Emergence of
Amalia Charles
Trans Feminine Identity in Post-World War II
Mass Culture
4531
Women's Studies (Kent)
Representation and Resistance in Women's
Music and Popular Film
Colonial Male Fantasy in Guardians of the Galaxy
Kimmy Clough
Women Artists & the F-Word: Oppositional
Soumitree Gupta
Gaze, Embodied Resistance, and Feminist Praxis
in Popular Music and Spoken Word Performance
Chloe Hendrickson
Season of the Witch: Women in Metal Music
Angela Sells
Ex Machina: Scavenging for Parts in a Patriarchal
Colleen Clemens
Ravenna B
World
Whitewashing Tiger Lily: The Erasure of Native
Amanda Morris
American Presence in Pan
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 147
Panel #
4532
Topic Area (Area Chair) 148
Undergraduate Sessions (Rubinfeld and
Nordmeyer)
Session Title
Undergraduate Sessions IX: Tropes and
Transgressions in Literature, Film, Television,
and Music
Session chair
J. Scott
Niederhauser
Narnia Brockman
Presentation title
Presenter
Room
Decay, Destruction, Dystopia
Kristyn Turner
Women: The Odds are Not in Their Favor
Natalie Correll
Empowerment through Mutilation Found in
Elizabeth Bruchhauser
Ravenna C
Invisible Monsters
In The Flesh: Humanized Zombies and
Brooke Bennett
Homonormative Queerness
From Hippies to Hipsters: Changing Expressions
Hope Hancock
of Cultural Citizenship at Music Festivals
4533
Animation (Silverman and Chanthanakone) Animation VI: Animation as a Force for Change Deidre Pike
Colorless Cartoons: Race and Citizenship in
Jared Browsh
Boren
Hanna-Barbera Productions 1957-1972
Where's My Mommy: Matriarchy without
Mikki Galliher
Mothers in My Little Pony Friendship is Magic
The Penguin Paradigm: Can cartoon "cute"
Deidre Pike
impact the future of flightless birds?
4534
Caribbean & Transatlantic Cultural
Production & Issues (Febles and Febles)
Caribbean and Transatlantic Cultural
Production and Issue I: Cuban Literature and
Culture
Carmen Gabriela
Febles
Generation of Animated Tolerance
Raymond Talovera
“Breaking the Silence: Writing and Sexuality in
Yvette Fuentes
Columbia
the Narrative of Wendy Guerra”
Mapa dibujado por un espia: Cabrera Infante y la
Isabel Alvarez Borland
poética de la memoria
Camaradas en comunismo: A Generic Analysis of
Marie Eszenyi
U.S.-Cuban Relations through Transnational
Activist Propaganda from 1960-2015
Cuban Town Ball in the Early 1960s: Luis
Jorge Febles
Lorente's "I Got It"
4535
Asian Popular Culture (Lent and Xu)
Asian Popular Culture VII: Folk Beliefs, Poetry,
National Narratives -- Philippines, China, East
Asia
Bryce Christensen
T'ang China's Holy Fool: Han-Shan
Bryce Christensen
Pinoy Folk Beliefs: Understanding the influence of
Leah Dela Rosa
Jefferson A
Indigenous Faith On the Identity of Filipino
Vernacular Spaces
White Pop Singers and the Direction of
Yuko Itatsu
American Orientalism: Reception in the U.S. and
overseas
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 148
Panel #
4536
Topic Area (Area Chair) 149
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel)
Session Title
Session chair
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XVI: Marriage
and its Discontents
Pamela Demory
Presentation title
Presenter
Rentboy to Receptions: Examining the Mandate
Jesse Marden
Room
Jefferson B
of Heteronormativity in Post-Marriage Queer
Politics
If not you, then who? Unpacking the
M. Nikkie Roberts
heteronormative ideologies in Chief Justice
Roberts’ claims to constitutionality in the
Obergefell v. Hodges Supreme Court Case
Queerying Kim Davis: Popular Culture, Camp,
Rebekah Orr
and the Power of Collective Outrage
In the Era of Marriage Equality, What Does
Pamela Demory
Queer Love in the Movies Look Like?
4537
BDSM/Kink/Fetish Studies (Martinez)
Special Topic: The Do's & Don'ts of Writing
BDSM fiction
Jean Johnson
The Do's & Don'ts of Writing BDSM fiction
4539
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption
and Design (Hancock, McClendon, and
Strubel)
Fashion, Style, Appearance, Consumption and
Design XIX: Media and Identity
Holly Lentz
Impossible Subject: How Concepts of
Jean Johnson
Charley Ferrer
cassandra scherr
Seneca
Virginia
Authenticity Use Fashion to Shape, Create, And
Deny Personal Identity.
Following in the Footsteps of Cruella de Vil:
Fashionable Female Villains in Contemporary
Armine Ghalachyan
Arienne McCracken
Children’s Media
"There are no mistakes, Claire": Dress and
Holly Lentz
archetypes in Netflix's House of Cards
FRIDAY 4:45PM
4608
Religion and Culture (Detrixhe)
Religion and Religious Symbolism in Popular
Culture
Elizabeth Georgian Popular Bovine Symbolism: the Virile Bull and the
Tom Berendt
Juniper
Fertile Cow
Flannery O'Conner's False Religions in Wise
Elizabeth Scott
Blood
The Holy Masquerade: Priests and Preachers
Christina Wilkins
Onscreen
4614
Memory and Representation (Cochran)
Memory and Representation VIII: From Past to Lauren Short
Present
I Survived 9/11 and All I Got Was This Lousy T-
Elle Ting
Willow B
Shirt: Browsing the 9/11 Memorial Museum Gift
Shop
Remembering African Americans, Slaves, and
Shawn Smith
Emancipation at the Capitol building- a rhetorical
critique.
The Morals of Memory: Religious Didacticism in
Lauren Short
Early New England Literacy
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 149
Panel #
4629
Topic Area (Area Chair) 150
Gender and Media Studies (Phillips)
Session Title
Session chair
Gender and Media Studies XIV: Gender Issues Niamh Timmons
in Grunge, Film, Wonder Woman and Westerns
Presentation title
Presenter
grunge feminism: The Subversive Hypertextuality
Room
Linnea Zeiner
Medina
of the Queered Voice Performed Through the
Body
Confounding Feminism in the movies of the
Jeremy Nielsen
summer of 1991
"Don't Make Me Wild Like You!: Gender
Niamh Timmons
Construction in Western Reviews of Ranma 1/2
and Wandering Son
4631
Women's Studies (Kent)
Women's Clubs and Suffrage in 20th Century
Latin America, Britain, and Europe
Colleen Denney
Lena Connell, British Suffrage Photographer,
Colleen Denney
Ravenna B
Women Activists and the Cult of Celebrity
The Lyceum Women´s Club of Madrid: A
Nagore Sedano
Transatlantic Space of Cultural Internationalism
4634
Caribbean & Transatlantic Cultural
Production & Issues (Febles and Febles)
Caribbean and Transatlantic Cultural
Production and Issues II: Matters of National
Identity
Jorge Febles
The Disappearing Virgen: Transformation and
Carmen Gabriela Febles
Columbia
Cultural identity in Consuelo Jiménez
Underwood’s Representation of the Virgen de
Guadalupe
A Pattern of Nature in Thomas Southerne's
Sarah Hancock
Oroonoko
Fashioning the Colombian Caribbean: Narrations
Laura Beltran-Rubio
of Dress in Respirando el Verano and Tierra
Mojada
Brazilian Passistas, the Art of "Sambar no Pé"- the
Armando Duarte
work of Valci Pelé and Nilce Fran
4636
4637
Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies (Drushel)
BDSM/Kink/Fetish Studies (Martinez)
Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XVII: Screening -- Nicholas Rogers
"Animating Animus: Dandy Sissies and Drag
Divas as Archetypes in Disney Villainy"
"Animating Animus: Dandy Sissies and Drag Divas
Workshop: BDSM The Naked Truth--From
Charley Ferrer
Basics to Edge Playing Dominance & submission
BDSM The Naked Truth--From Basics to Edge
Nicholas Rogers
Jefferson B
Charley Ferrer
Seneca
as Archetypes in Disney Villainy" (video)
Playing Dominance & submission
PCA/ACA 2016 Daily Schedule 150