Cultural Studies--Now! A Symposium Honoring Longtime CLST Affiliate Jane Feuer
CLST students and faculty are invited to celebrate the career of longtime CLST Affiliate and Professor of Film Studies Jane Feuer via the Cultural Studies--Now! Symposium, to be held in the Humanities 602 Cathedral of Learning from 12:30pm September 15, 2017 to 8:00pm September 16, 2017.
The schedule of speakers includes:
12:00-1:00 Opening Lunch Reception
1:15 Nancy Glazener
1:30 Lucy Fischer
1:30-2:30: Jane Gaines, "Where is 'the Popular' in Utopian and the 'Utopian in 'the Popular'?"
Introduction Mark Lynn Anderson
2:30-3:30: Brent Malin, "Asking Quality Questions about Television: The Changing Contours of AmericanTelevision and its Popular Ideologies"
Introduction Vice Provost Kathy Humphrey
4-5:00: Meaghan Morris, (TBA)
Introduction Ron Zboray
10:00-11:00: David Pettersen, “Omar Sy's Transnational Stardom”
Introduction Jonathan Arac
11-12:00: Steven Cohan, “Hollywood by Hollywood: “A Star Is Born” (1937), Self-Reflexivity, and the Generic Continuity of the Backstudio Picture”
Introduction Neepa Majumdar
12:30-1:30: Vinzenz Hediger, “’We’ll always have Pittsburgh:’ Notes on the Souveränitätskitsch of ‘anti-globalism’"
Introduction Randall Halle
1:30-2:30: Lynn Spigel, “Media Homes”
Introduction Tyler Bickford
3:00-4:00: Mimi White, “Nostalgic Off-Modernism on the Hallmark Channels”
Introduction Julie Nakama