06-14 Folklore and Pop Culture

Friday, November 03, 2:30 pm–4:30 pm
Parlor B

This live event will not be recorded.

Chair: Jeremy Stoll (Columbus College of Art and Design)

2:30 pm
'Terror Doesn’t Stop At The Screen': Nightmare on Elm Street Fandom through Folk Transmission
William S. Chavez (University of California, Santa Barbara)

3:00 pm
What’s Going on at the Bells and Motley? Agatha Christie, Folklore, and the Challenge of Rationality
Elizabeth Adams (California State University, Bakersfield)

3:15 pm
Counter-Histories and Counter-Mythologies: Intangible Cultural Heritage in Franchise-Based Fan Fiction
Natalie Underberg-Goode (University of Central Florida)

3:30 pm
Rooting Creativity in Place: Creators’ Histories of Comics in India
Jeremy Stoll (Columbus College of Art and Design)

4:00 pm
optional discussion time

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