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Tuesday, March 27
 

6:00pm

 
Wednesday, March 28
 

8:00am

9:45am

11:30am

12:00pm

1:15pm

3:00pm

American Literature V: Reimagined Bodies Room 312 50 Greenspace Dumpsites Room 307 Representing War Room 208 Ancient to Modern: Rethinking the Thomas Cromwell, Queen Victoria, and Dr. Who Room 204 IV- Eclectic Discoveries Room 203 Series Books IV (Interactive Fiction Series) Room 306 Comics and Comic Art V: Explorations of Race JW Grand Ballroom 3 Creative Fiction III Room 201 Women in Film: Mildred Pierce, Lost in Translation, Eastwood’s Women White River D GAMESTUDIES IV: Fan Communities White River H Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies IV:  Queer TV Room 104 Gender and Media Studies IV: Gender Issues in Television Room 205 Interpretation, Archives and the Digital World Room 304 V. Beyond the Living Dead: An Other George Romero White River J Revisioning Masculinity Room 311 Music 4: Library Collections, Polka, and Sammy Kaye White River I Poetry IV - Intersectional Prose Poetry White River C Illustrations, Gallery Girls, and Glimpses of the USA Room 106 Popular Culture in the Classroom Room 314 Science & Popular Culture IV: Science and Culture Room 105 Star Trek JW Grand Ballroom 1 Art in Tarot and Tarot in Literature Room 301 TV and Feminism: The Handmaid’s Tale, Black Mirror, and more White River G Creative Works – Playwrights Present Their Original Scripts Room 303 TOLKIEN STUDIES III: ELVES AND FANS JW Grand Ballroom 2 Travel and Tourism IV Room 313 Beginnings, Endings, Anniversaries: From Vampire Diaries to Twilight and Beyond White River A Women, Nature, and Athleticism White River B

4:45pm

6:00pm

6:30pm

8:15pm

 
Thursday, March 29
 

7:30am

8:00am

9:00am

9:45am

Journal of Popular Culture Annual Meeting Room 108 Advertising–The Big Picture Room 106 Sanctifying Home  Room 201 Mellowing in Place Gracefully, Happily, Spiritually Room 208 Animation I: (Post-)Consumer Perspectives Room 203 Asian Popular Culture II: Manga Room 310 History & U.S. Beer Culture Room 313 Biographies II: Poltics, Academics, Movements, and Alzheimer’s Room 107 Black Performing Arts I: Spaces and Sights in Black Musical Performance Room 207 Necrophilia | Semiotics | Residual Orality | Tattoos Room 302 Chris Pratt,Celebrity Politics and Pregnancy, Communication Room 206 Children’s and YA Lit and Culture 2: Gender and Sexuality Room 306 Circus Icons & Myths Room 209 Comics and Comic Art IX: Comics on the Screen JW Grand Ballroom 3 Disability Studies II:  Stares, Drag, and Performance Room 105 The Repressed Voices of Disaster: Fem and other -isms of Disaster Room 311 Fashion on Film Room 204 Fatness, Family, and Intimacy Room 309 Comic Book Adaptations: The Dark Knight Rises & The Marvel Cinematic Universe White River D GAMESTUDIES VI: Game Aesthetics  White River H Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies VI:  Issues of Health & Wisdom Room 104 Gender and Media Studies VI:  Gender Issues in Film Room 205 VII. “We’re Just Getting Started”: All-Out War in The Walking Dead Season 7 and 8 White River J Revisiting Our History Room 301 Literature and Madness I Room 307 Alien and Others as Political Models Room 303 Medievalism and Gender Representation Room 102 Music 6: The Effect of Music Star Personas on Film White River I Swing, Springsteen, Black Musicals, and Eleanor Powell Room 308 Mythology in Contemporary Culture I: Mythic Themes in Literature and Film JW Grand Ballroom 4 Poetry VI - Hard to Say: Poems of Identity & Reinvention White River C Improvisation in the Classroom JW Grand Ballroom 8 Reviewing for Journals Room 304 Memoirs of Illness: History, Ghosts and the Self Room 103 Rhetorics of America and Americans Room 314 Wonder Woman JW Grand Ballroom 1 Shakespeare on Film and Television II Room 305 Stephen King I: The Old and New Classics Room 101 Outcasts and Anti-Heroes White River G The Vampire and The Female White River A Comic Books, Superheroines, and Video Games White River B

11:30am

Journal of American Culture Annual Meeting Room 108 From Hip-Hop Neo-Slave Narratives to Hooping for Justice, Past, Present & Future Room 201 U.S. Culture and the Experienced–Allusions, Assistance, Attitudes Room 208 Animation II: Cultural Perspectives Room 203 Asian Popular Culture III: Poetry and Prose Writings in China and India Room 310 Global Beer Culture Room 312 Black Performing Arts II: Black Performance as Personal and Political Room 207 Ridiculous Theatre | Crip Cyborgs | Choreographing Empathy Room 302 Children’s and YA Lit and Culture 3: Religion and Power in YA Literature Room 306 Readings from Looking Through and Beyond Gaze Constructs: Representations of Performance and (Dis)Ability with Guest Speaker and Disability Actor/Activist, Mat Fraser  Room 209 Collecting and Collectibles I: “Collections: Constellations of the Human,” the University of Glasgow Project Room 106 Comics and Comic Art X: Trauma, Violence, and Gender JW Grand Ballroom 3 Copyright and Intellectual Property in Popular Culture Room 206 Disability Studies III:  Supercrips in TV, Horror, and Tommy Room 105 Catastrophic Landscapes Room 311 Marketing Fairy Tales and the Public Response Room 202 Branding and Social Marketing Room 204 Fatness in Pop Culture Room 309 Blade Runner 2049 White River D GAMESTUDIES VII: Transmedia White River H Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies VII:  Locating Queerness in the Media Room 104 Gender and Media Studies VII: Gender Issues in Television, Film, and Music Room 205 VIII. Historicized Monstrosity White River J International Issues in Journalism and Media Room 301 Literature and Madness II Room 307 New Identity (Politics) and Literature Room 303 Arthurian Medievalism Room 102 Music 7: Music and Identity White River I Roots of the Genre Room 304 Mythology in Contemporary Culture II: American Mythos in Film and Television JW Grand Ballroom 4 Poetry VII - When a Man Loves a Woman: Poems White River C Improvisation and Mental Health JW Grand Ballroom 8 Whiteness, Tribalism and Anorexia: Links of Domination Room 103 Theorizing Popular Culture Rhetorics Room 314 I Still want to Believe: the Enduring Cultural Relevance of the X-Files JW Grand Ballroom 1 Shakespeare on Film and Television III Room 305 Stephen King II: The Art of the Tale Room 101 Netflix, Cord Cutting, and Social TV White River G TOLKIEN STUDIES V: QUEER TOLKIEN 2 Room 107 Blood Margaritas, Count Straight-Cula and More  White River A Blogging, Digital Spaces, and Feminisms White River B

1:15pm

PCA Awards (see special events for details) JW Grand Ballroom 7 Teens and Television Studies Room 305 Queering Masculinity in African American Culture and Representation of Black Men Room 201 Animation: Special Screening Room 203 Asian Popular Culture IV: Gender in Japanese Manga, Anime, Visual Kei Room 310 Place & Nostalgia in Beer Culture Room 312 RuPaul’s Drag Race & Drag Culture Room 302 Pop Culture, Body Politics and Resistance in Brazilian Popular Culture Room 209 Children’s and YA Lit and Culture 4: Picturebooks and Princesses Room 306 Collecting and Collectibles II: Collecting and Culture Room 106 Comics and Comic Art XII: Comics Area Meeting JW Grand Ballroom 3 Disability Studies IV:  Disability Narratives – Dementia, Audio/Visual Disabilities, and Communication Room 105 Race, Class, and Catastrophe Room 311 The Ecology of Disruption Room 206 Fairy Tales on TV: Once Upon A Time, Grimm, and Game of Thrones Room 202 Creating Culture Room 308 Femeninity, The Body, and Sexism Room 204 Fatness and Visual Culture Room 309 Politics in Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Horror Films White River D GAMESTUDIES VIII: (Meta)Narratives White River H Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies VIII:  Literature Room 104 Gender and Media Studies VIII: Gender Issues in Film and Television Room 205 Gothic I: Mediations Room 301 IX. Forgotten Films from the Vault of Horror: BLUEBEARD (Edgar G. Ulmer, 1944, USA) White River J Moving Into Modernism Room 303 Arthurian Characters and Their Popular Culture Lives (Merlin, Gawain, Lady of Shalott, and the Lady of the Lake) Room 102 Father Figures and Fatherhood in Pop Culture Room 307 Music 8: World Music and Invasions White River I Transgression and Crime Fiction Room 304 Poetry VIII - Not Dead Yet: Metapoetics & the State of Poetry White River C Humor, Time and Damage: Loose Ends in a Mad World Room 103 Media, Memory, and Popular Culture Room 314 Beauty, Beasts, and Androids JW Grand Ballroom 1 Soap Opera:  Recycled, Retro, Recombinant, Reified Room 313 Stephen King III: IT Lives! Room 101 Are These the Eighties? White River G TOLKIEN STUDIES VI: SCHOLARLY ROUNDTABLE ON THE FUTURE OF TOLKIEN STUDIES Room 107 Vampires, Children and the Hunger White River A Social Media and Online Identity Room 208 Family and Celebrity in Global Mid-20th Century Theater and Writing White River B PCA Awards Ceremony and Presentation of the Lynn Bartholome Eminent Scholar Award JW Grand Ballroom 7

3:00pm

PCA Awards (see special events for details) JW Grand Ballroom 7 Cinematic Adolescence Room 305 Body Image Politics: Disrupting oppressive representations of Black Women and Girls  Room 201 Asian Popular Culture  V:   Interracial Marriage, Rebellion Songs, Alternate Histories, Soft Power in China, India, Japan, Korea Room 310 Storytelling & Identity in Beer Culture  Room 312 Children’s and YA Lit and Culture 5: Race and Culture in YA Literature Room 306 Collecting and Collectibles III: Collectors and Motivations Room 106 Satire Room 302 Comics and Comic Art XXIII: Identity Politics JW Grand Ballroom 3 Disability Studies V:  Autism, ADHD, and Gendered Identities Room 105 Disaster Rhetoric and Narrative Room 311 Ecology of the Homeland Room 206 Fan Fiction Room 308 Ethnic and Cultural Dress Room 204 Living and Being Fat Room 309 Cinematic Politics: Middle-Class Values, Revivalist Parody Films, Surrealist Cinema, Tony Manero White River D GAMESTUDIES IX: Pain, Suffering, and Death White River H Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies IX:  Community   Room 104 Gender and Media Studies X:  Gender Issues in Entertainment, Honor Identity, and Men’s Rights Activists   Room 205 Gothic III: Britannic Room 301 X. Horror Across Media I (Pages, Stages, and Studios) White River J Medievalism and Making Kings Room 102 Performance of Motherhood in Media, Art and Culture Room 307 Music 9: Music Scenes White River I Local Mystery and Detective Fiction Authors Talk about Their Work Room 304 Poetry IX - A Field Guide to Grief: Poems White River C Time Machines and Human Behavior: A New Pedagogy Part 1 Room 103 Unlearning American Fakery: Pedagogical and Cultural Problems Associated with Fake News Room 314 Science Fiction & Fantasy Novels JW Grand Ballroom 1 #Soaps [smiley face] [muscle flexing]:  Virile and Viral fandom and audience engagement with serialized stories in the 21st century Room 313 Stephen King IV: King of the Screen Room 101 TV Structure White River G TOLKIEN STUDIES VII: CREATIVE ROUNDTABLE: TOLKIEN AND JACKSON FANFICTION Room 107 The Orignals, The Vampire Diaries, The Buffyverse, and Penny Dreadful  White River A Identity in Digital Spaces Room 208

4:45pm

Proposal for Northwest PCA/ACA Meeting and Open Discussion Room 108 Media Representation of Adolescents/Adolescence Room 305 Survival Songs: African American Music Remixed and Repurposed Room 201 Asian Popular Culture VI: Art (Cartoon, Graphic Narrative, Tattoo) and Drama in China, India, Japan Room 310 Next Year in Beer: The State of Beer Culture as a Subject Area Room 312 Music, Dance and the Production and Circulation of Popular culture Room 209 Children’s and YA Lit and Culture 6: More than Words and Pictures: Youth Media Creators as Educators Room 306 Nighttime Comedy Room 302 Comics and Comic Art XIV: Looking at Industry JW Grand Ballroom 3 Big Screen, Big Problem: What Film Tells Us About the End Room 311 Creating Community Room 308 Men and Masculinities Room 204 Fatphobia and Thin-Centrism Room 309 Guillermo Del Toro’s Films & Migrant Cinema White River D GAMESTUDIES X: Bodies and Controllers White River H Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies X:  Queer Mobilities and Cultural Fluidity Room 104 Gothic II: Cotemporary Permutations Room 301 XI. Contemporary American Horror Cinema II White River J Contemporary Drama and Narrative Room 206 Medievalism and Adaptation Room 102 Motherhood in Film and TV:  Idealization, Repression and Risk Room 307 Music 10: Popular Music and Society and Rock Music Studies: Board Meeting White River I Mystery and Detective Fiction Business Meeting Room 304 Poetry X - (Un)Natural Woman: Embodied Feminist Poetics White River C Popular History in American Culture I Room 208 Time Machines and Human Behavior: A New Pedagogy Part II Room 103 Gender and Sexuality JW Grand Ballroom 1 Scholarly and Creative Lenses on Soap Opera and/as Popular Culture:  The Pioneering Work of Mary Cassata and Project Daytime Room 313 Returning to Twin Peaks White River G An Open Discussion on PCA Policies and Processes Room 107 Love Bites, Desire and Wild, Wild Vampires White River A

6:30pm

 
Friday, March 30
 

8:00am

Adaptation I: Playing with Adaptation/Playing with Race Room 312 Animation Daily Screening II Room 203 Children’s and YA Lit and Culture 7: Realistic YA Literature Room 306 Civil War and Reconstruction I: Re-Visioning the Experience of War: Diplomacy, Women, Soldiers, and Race Room 303 Feminism, Father Issues, and Green Comedy Room 302 Comics and Comic Art XV: Gender Identities JW Grand Ballroom 3 Communication and Digital Culture: Workshop I Room 105 Heteronormativity in Fairy Tales: Challenging the Prince(ss) Room 202 Politics of Fandom; Fandom in Politics Room 308 Race I: Get Out & Other Films White River D Folklore Session 1 Room 206 GAMESTUDIES XI: (Re)Defining Gaming White River H Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XI:  More Queer TV Room 104 Interdisciplinary Approaches Room 207 Mythology in Contemporary Culture III: Heroes, Superheroes and Anti-Heroes JW Grand Ballroom 4 Urban Dichotomy of Massachusetts Room 208 Poetry XI - Mothers & Measurements, Planets & Persephone: Poetry of Science & Collaboration White River C Looking Back: Media in Elections Past Room 311 Publishing Opportunities in Popular Culture and American Culture Studies Room 305 State of Punk, Un-Conference Room 103 Podcasting, Diversity, and College Radio & Audio Room 102 Economy, Morality, and Matrimony: Romance on Screen Room 309 SFF on TV JW Grand Ballroom 1 Aquaman: the New Face of Atlantis Room 314 Strange Realities White River G The Sixties I: Politics and Protest Room 106 Music and Mobility Room 307

9:00am

9:45am

Adaptation 2: Representing National Identity Room 312 American Indian Popular Culture & Literary Studies Room 310 Animation III: Historical Perspectives Room 203 New Art: Space and Place Room 209 Children’s and YA Lit and Culture 8: Children’s Culture through the Ages Room 306 Civil War and Reconstruction II: Music, Literature, and Memory Room 303 Comedy Beyond American Shores Room 302 Comics and Comic Art  XVI: Comics and the Acamedy (roundtable) JW Grand Ballroom 3 Communication & Digital Culture: Workshop II Room 105 Dance and Dance Culture I: Fighting the Choreography of Power Room 107 Feminism, Film, and Fairy Tales Room 202 A Roundtable on Fan Culture, Pop Culture, and Disability Room 308 Luxury, Celebrity, and the Meaning of Dress Room 204 Race II: 50s Sci-Fi Films, Gung Ho!, Batman v. Superman White River D Folklore Session II Room 206 GAMESTUDIES XII: Theory and Philosophy of Gaming White River H Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XII:  More Queer Film Room 104 XII. Romero’s Beyond the Living Dead II White River J Social Media & Activism Room 205 Latin American Film Room 208 Libraries, Museums, and Art: From Portraits to Murals to Digital Room 207 Music 11: Fetishization, Therapy, and Religion White River I Mythology in Contemporary Culture IV: Another Look at Feminine Archetypes JW Grand Ballroom 4 Poetry XII - Calamity & Complexities: Erasing & Preserving Place White River C “Debates, Rage, Humor” in the 2016 Elections Room 311 Don’t Look It Up: Navigating the Rise of Antisocial Curiosity in the Digital Age Room 305 “You can’t spell ‘Punk’ without ‘Filk’ and ‘Hardcore’ with out ‘Nerd’: Subcultural Comedy Music and it’s Past, Present and Future.” Room 103 Radio Policy, Low-Power FM, and Digital & Social Media Room 102 Religious Productions Contested Room 201 Gender Trouble:  Masculinities and Femininities in Modern Romance Room 309 Politics, Religion and Ethics JW Grand Ballroom 1 I: Sea Songs & Ethnography Room 314 TV and Immigration: Undercover Boss, Vikings, and Battlestar Galactica White River G The Sixties II: Media and Counterculture Room 106 A Look at the Evolution of the American Vampire White River A Women and Automobiles, Roads and Tracks Room 307 Imagining Alternate Worlds in Women’s Science Fiction and Dystopian Narratives White River B

11:30am

Diversity Task Force Meeting Room 108 Adaptation 3: Adaptation as History Room 312 American Indian Public Policy Room 310 Animation IV: Technical Perspectives Room 203 Visual Identity and Design Room 209 Civil War and Reconstruction III:  Re-reading the Experience of War and Race Room 303 Comics and Comic Art XVII: The Industry Strikes Back JW Grand Ballroom 3 Communication & Digital Culture: Workshop III Room 105 Studio Visit: Dance Kaleidoscope Dress Rehearsal of “Divos” Room 107 I:  The Civil Religion Playlist: Using Civic Hymns and Protest Anthems to Teach US History Room 313 Defiance and Subcultural Style Room 204 Cinematic Settings: Seasons, Homes, the Workplace, & Time Periods White River D Food in Popular Culture I Room 106 GAMESTUDIES XIII: Literature and Gaming White River H Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XIII:  Queer Music & Film Room 104 Gen X and the Cold War Era Room 301 History of Popular Culture Studies I Room 206 XIII. “No Pleasure in Killing”: The Films and Television of Tobe Hooper White River J Political Participatory Engagement  Room 205 Latin American/Latino Television Room 208 Embracing Scorned Literature Room 207 Music 12: Live Performance and Lecture: Between the Sheets: Images of Women in Early American Popular Song White River I Setting and Space Room 304 Mythology in Contemporary Culture V: Dangerous to Go Alone: Exploring the Legend of Zelda as Fey Mythology JW Grand Ballroom 4 Poetry XIII - Everything That’s Right in This Godforsaken World: Poems of Humor & Play White River C Going On-Line to Impact Political Outcomes Room 311 What Did I Get Myself Into: Lessons Learned from Academic Writing and Publishing in Popular Culture Room 305 Punk and the Problematics of ISMs Room 103 Radio & Audio Spaces: Head, Consumer & Monstrous Room 102 Representing Religions Room 201 Violence, Fear, & Religion in Film Room 202 Falling in Love With Fandom: Fans, Romance, and Metafiction Room 308 Buffy, The Vampire Slayer JW Grand Ballroom 1 II: Sea & Politics Room 314 TV Families White River G FILM SCREENING: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night White River A Planes and Porsches Room 307 Music, Musical Cultures, and Gendered Expression White River B

1:15pm

PCA International and Regional Meeting Room 108 Roundtable I: Adaptation and History Room 312 American Indian Popular Culture & Literary Studies Roundtable Room 310 Animation V: More Cultural Perspectives Room 203 Civil War and Reconstruction IV: The War in Popular Culture and the Media Room 303 Comics and Comic Art XVIII: Political Identities JW Grand Ballroom 3 Dance and Dance Culture II: Memory, Futurity, and Extraordinary Bodies Room 107 II:  Teaching the Teachers Room 313 Texts and Paratexts Room 308 Dress History Room 204 Films and … Religion, TV, Video Games, James Bond White River D Food in Popular Culture II Room 106 GAMESTUDIES XIV: Are We Present? Representation in Gaming White River H Gay, Lesbian, & Queer Studies XIV:  Even More Queer Television Room 104 Mimicry and Ambiguity in Generation X Mass Media Room 301 History of Popular Culture Studies II:  Ray Browne and Bowling Green–Roots and Branches Room 206 XIV. Psychological Horror White River J Cornucopia of myriad aesthetics in Indian art & culture     Room 208 Representation, Resistance, & Participatory Culture   Room 205 Stereotypes Room 207 Music 13: Right, Left, and The FBI White River I The State of the (Sub)Genres Room 304 Non-Fiction Writing Room 306 Poetry XIV - Rumors, Tabloids, Mysteries, & Migrations: Poems of Layered Histories White River C Getting Hired: Factors Affecting Career Choice and Employment Opportunities Room 305 Lyricized Aesthetics/Visualized Values  Room 103 Radio & Politics: Calvin Coolidge, Mike Pence & the K.K.K.  Room 102 Navigating and Redrawing Boundaries of Religion and Self Room 201 Romance in the Year of the Side Chick: A Discussion on Media’s Fascination With Female Mistresses and Its Possible Impact on Perceptions of Women Room 309 Creative Writing - Open Mic JW Grand Ballroom 1 III: Shipwrecks & Depths Room 314 Netflix, Binging, and the Public Domain White River G A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (continued from previous session) White River A Automobiles in Time and Place Room 307 Femininity, Sexuality, and Subversion in Global Film and Television White River B

3:00pm

Civil War and Reconstruction V: Reconstructing Patriotism Room 303 Comics and Comic Art XIX: Examining the Medium JW Grand Ballroom 3 Dance and Dance Culture III: Liberatory Power of Movement Room 107 III:  Tech Makes Things Better:  Improving Teaching through Technology Room 313 Literary Fandoms Room 308 Dress and Other Medias Room 204 Very Recent Films: The Big Short, Bridget Jones’s Baby, War for the Planet of the Apes, I Am Jane Doe White River D Strong, Fit, Lean, and Mean Room 306 Food in Popular Culture III Room 106 GAMESTUDIES XV: In-Game Objects White River H Gay, Lesbian & Queer Studies XV:  Kinsey Room 104 Generation X: Re-Presenting the Plague Room 301 XV. Two Hundred Years of Frankenstein White River J The Uterine Ethics Room 208 Interactive Communities & Professional Creative Culture Room 205 Latin Americans and Latinos: Identity Issues and Cultural Stereotypes I Room 206 Music 14: Jam Session White River I Local Mystery and Detective Fiction Authors Talk about Their Work Room 304 Poetry XV - Poetic Zeitgeists White River C Punk as Participation, Practice, and Pedagogy Room 103 Librarians in 20s Broadcasting, Radio Noir Bad Girls, & Pulp Mag. Tie-In Room 102 Gender, Religion & Popular Culture Room 201 The Book As Object, The Body As Text Room 309 SFF Area Meeting JW Grand Ballroom 1 TV and Race White River G The Vampire Wears Many Disguises White River A Growing Up, Growing Out, Growing Rich, Growing Anxious Room 307 Vietnam, Iraq, and the CIA Room 207 Encouraging Independent Women in the West Room 105 Women’s Literary Cultures in the United Kingdom and Iran White River B

4:45pm

6:30pm

8:15pm

 
Saturday, March 31
 

8:00am

9:00am

9:45am

Saturday Morning Potpourri Room 108 Adaptation 5: Character Studies Room 312 Comics and Comic Art XXII: Green Lantern at 78: The Emerald Knight in Context JW Grand Ballroom 3 Dance and Dance Culture V: Place, Displacement, and the Aesthetic Experience Room 107 V: Popular Culture Explorations of Social Identity Room 313 Eros, Pornography and Popular Culture I Room 209 PotterHeads and Harry Potter Fandom: Reading and Practice Room 308 Film & History II: Propaganda in Black and White and Color Room 201 GAMESTUDIES XVI: Spectating and Performing Play White River H Challenging Definitions of Gender and Sexuality Room 305 XVII. Feminist Approaches to Horror White River J Inclusive & Exclusive Online Communities Room 205 Language Attitudes and Popular Linguistics I: Attitudes toward minority languages and non-standard dialects Room 302 Through the Lens of Popular Culture:  From the 1880’s to the 1920’s Room 307 Narratives of Memory by Women Protagonists Room 306 Music 16: Metal White River I Media Serials Room 304 Memory and Personal Identity in Film and Literature Room 102 Pulp Studies I: Gender and Identity in the Pulps Room 303 America and the Body Politic Room 309 Apocalypse 1 JW Grand Ballroom 1 What SFF Teaches Children and Young Adults About Our World JW Grand Ballroom 2 Sports and History Room 103 Stereotypes, Wrestling, Riverdale, and 13 Reasons Why White River G Film, Television, and Folklore Room 104 Women, History, and Literary Cultures in the Nineteenth Century (and Beyond) White River B Exploring World’s Fairs Room 311

11:30am

1:15pm

3:00pm

4:45pm

6:30pm

8:15pm

9:45pm

 
Sunday, April 1
 

9:00am