Individual Presentation or Panel Title

Pop Culture Pedagogies: Perspectives and Possibilities

Titles of Presentations in a Panel

Civic Mindedness in the "House of Cards" Political Dystopia (Job)

Redneck Piece of White Trash: Southern Rebels and Music: Epistemologies of Class, Masculinity, and Race Identity (Reynolds)

"Escape from Tomorrow": Disney, Disavowal, and the Abandonment of Hope (Maudlin and Sandlin)

The Other Bad Men at the Door: Ethics and Space in Contemporary Television Drama (Helfenbein)

Playing Presence: Video Games and Psychoanalysis (Burdick)

Abstract

This panel seeks to promote dialogue to expand, complicate, and articulate our interactions with pop culture texts. Employing a variety of theoretical approaches, each panelist will explore ideologies and issues emerging from the study of popular culture in order to promote discussions and deepen understanding of our engagements across various forms of media, including television drama, southern music, film, and video games. The goal of this panel to generate new understandings and perspectives among diverse individuals engaging with different popular culture texts.

Presentation Description

This session is designed to promote dialogue to expand, complicate, and articulate our interactions with pop culture texts. Each panelist will explore ideologies and issues emerging from the study of popular culture in order to promote discussions and deepen understanding of our engagements across various forms of media. The goal of this panel to generate new understandings and perspectives among diverse individuals engaging with different popular culture texts.

Keywords

Popular culture, Pedagogy

Location

Magnolia Room B

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Jun 12th, 3:30 PM Jun 12th, 4:45 PM

Pop Culture Pedagogies: Perspectives and Possibilities

Magnolia Room B

This panel seeks to promote dialogue to expand, complicate, and articulate our interactions with pop culture texts. Employing a variety of theoretical approaches, each panelist will explore ideologies and issues emerging from the study of popular culture in order to promote discussions and deepen understanding of our engagements across various forms of media, including television drama, southern music, film, and video games. The goal of this panel to generate new understandings and perspectives among diverse individuals engaging with different popular culture texts.