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Thursday, June 23rd

Fan-Powered Digital Activism in the #FreeBritney Movement

Akhil R. Vaidya, University of Pennsylvania - Annenberg School for Communication

Recovering Racial and Queer Subtexts in Black Sails Fanfiction with Digital Methods

Suzanne Black, Independent Scholar

Remediating Heteroromance with K-pop: the Transnational Female Spectator in TWICE’s What Is Love?

Rongyi Lin, Northwestern University

1:00 PM

Gay Korean American Reception of the Korean TV Drama Record of Youth

Grace Jung

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Friday, June 24th

Gaining and Retaining Research Library Access for Precarious Workers

Rebecca M. Gordon, Ryerson University

‘Hijab culture’: Branding of faith and sexuality in a capitalist society

Shafinur Nahar, Chittagong Independent University
Taniah Mahmuda Tinni, Premier University

Reinventing 'Fieldwork': The Screen as Site

Nithila Kanagasabai, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

Visibility, Inclusion, and Exclusion in Work Experiences of Immigrant Women Journalists: Three Generations of Russian-Israeli Women Journalists

Sapir Academic College

Saturday, June 25th

Reconceptualizing race, sexual assault, and parenting through media.

Kristina Bell, High Point University
Nahed Eltantawy, High Point University
Gabriel Cruz, University of North Carolina at Greensboro