Texts and Technology Assistant Professor, Mel Stanfill, organized the “Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Texts and Technology: A Graduate Symposium,” November 29, in the Burnett Honors College.
Presentations included –
Panel 1: Historical Approaches to Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Texts and Technology
When will Puerto Rico become the 51st State?
Clara Zetkin’s constitutive communism: Organizing working women in 1922
Nick J. Sciullo
Creating a Reverberating Beat: the Women Writers of the Beat Generation
Elena Maria Rogalle
Panel 2: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Writing and Storytelling
Miscegenation in South Asian-American diasporic literature
Women Writers and Pseudonyms in Fantasy Literature
Opinion, Entering the Conversation, and First-Year Writing
What are the Best Practices for Studying Women Filmmakers Who Work Under Oppressive Governments and Societies?
Panel 3: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Popular Culture
Mainstream Camp: Drag Culture for the Masses
The Filter Bubble’s Impact on Standup Comedy
Sarah Lance and Bisexuality from The Arrow to The Legends of Tomorrow
White Masculinity and Digital Political Discourse: Memes, Bernie Bros, and the 2016 Democratic Primary