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434. E-Arming the Future? Technology's Expanding Influence on the Form and Readership of Young-Adult Literature

Wednesday, 7 January, 10:15–11:30 a.m., 303, WSCC

Program arranged by the Children's Literature Association

Presiding: Thomas Crisp, Univ. of South Florida

1. "Twilight Online Fandom: Reaching Femininity through Textual Manipulation and Abstraction," Norma Aceves, California State Univ., Northridge

2. "I've Got My iPhone on You: Technology and Surveillance Culture in Gossip Girl," Sara Day, Southern Arkansas Univ.

3. "Utilizing Technology," Tammy Mielke, Univ. of Wyoming


Subject:

  • General Literature – Children's Literature

Author Comment
Subject: Brilliance
This panel is fantastic! Having been teaching surveillance and Bauman's risk society (among other things) in YA lit this trimester, I'm hoping some superb papers arise from this session. Bring it on...

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