Popular Communication

Mission:

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Popular Communication is concerned with providing a forum for scholarly investigation, analysis, and dialogue among communication researchers interested in a wide variety of communication symbols, forms, phenomena and strategic systems of symbols within the context of contemporary popular culture.

Division members encourage and employ a variety of empirical and critical methodologies with application to diverse human communication acts, processes, products and artifacts which have informational, entertainment, or suasory potential or effect among mass audiences.

Announcements:

Radical Film Network - Call For Participants

Over the 2016 May Day holiday weekend (29 April - 2 May), Glasgow will host the Radical Film Network http://www.radicalfilmnetwork.com festival and unconference. This unique and innovative constellation of events brings together the collective efforts of activists, academics, and cultural workers from over twenty Scottish-based organisations engaged with radical film culture. The Glasgow event builds on the 2015 inaugural conference of the Radical Film Network in Birmingham which explored alternative film cultures and political cinema in the 21st century. At the inaugural conference, initial steps were taken to open up spaces for discussion involving academics and participants in film culture. Grounding itself in Scotland’s vibrant radical film culture, the 2016 unconference and festival will respond to one another, allowing for questions and ideas to be explored beyond the conventional boundaries of academic events and film festivals.

The organising committee invites expressions of interest from anyone wishing to participate in discussions over the weekend. These conversations will take the form of an ‘unconference’, in which the agenda will be decided by the participants according to their interests and in response to the weekend’s range of screenings and events. Within this flexible format, participants are invited to share their practical experiences, research, skills, and insights on any aspect of radical film culture including -Your or your organisation’s practice (as filmmaker/s, exhibitors, researcher/s, activist/s, etc) -Film exhibition, festivals, community cinemas, -Consequences and possibilities of new technologies and platforms, -Political filmmaking, -Education and radical film practices, -Critical perspectives on the representation of marginalised groups, -Radical film history, culture, theory and practice

Possible forms of participation include

-Short illustrated talks (up to 6 minutes) -Poster presentations -Digital or printed material that can be distributed at the event

In keeping with the ethos of the unconference, the organisers will consider proposals for other formats. The unconference will take place at the University of Glasgow, the University’s Queen Margaret Student Union, and the Scottish Trades Union Congress’ headquarters, which are all in close proximity. Across these fully accessible venues, we will have ample space to facilitate additional activities as requested.

Please contact the organisers if you require childcare facilities or have any other access questions.

While the support of the University of Glasgow and the STUC allows us to keep costs to a minimum, in order to provide food and materials for the attendants the unconference will have a ‘Pay What You Can’ registration system, with a suggested contribution of £50 from salaried academics and those with access to funding, but free of cost to all unwaged and voluntary sector participants.

Glasgow is a city with a rich, radical political and cultural history, which includes a wide-ranging, alternative film culture. The May Day Bank Holiday weekend, which takes place in the run up to the 2016 Scottish Parliamentary elections, is the perfect time for the city to play host to activists and academics – from Scotland, the UK and beyond – interested in exploring radical film cultures. We’d very much like to hear from you! Please answer a few questions about your interests using this form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1IRy8o6-mww_8TBltnxqJZS3BoQu2DFxcFFGj-956gTM/viewform?c=0&w=1or download it here https://stir.box.com/RFNparticipant and send it to rfnscotland@riseup.net by 31 December 2015.

To see this information on the web:

http://www.radicalfilmnetwork.com/glasgow-29-april-2-may-2016.html

Organisations supporting and taking part in the Radical Film Network weekend include:

Africa in Motion Film Festival http://www.africa-in-motion.org.uk

Bristol Radical Film Festival https://www.facebook.com/RadicalFilmFestival

Camcorder Guerrillas https://camcorderguerillas.wordpress.com

Centre for Moving Image Research (CMIR), University of the West of England http://www.cmiresearch.org.uk Document Human Rights Film Festival http://2015.documentfilmfestival.org

The Drouth: Scotland's Literary Quarterly http://www.thedrouth.org Glasgow Human Rights Network http://www.gla.ac.uk/research/az/glasgowhumanrightsnetwork

Glasgow Short Film Festival http://www.glasgowfilm.org/gsff Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network http://www.gla.ac.uk/research/az/gramnet

Glasgow University Queen Margaret Student’s Union http://www.qmunion.org.uk Glasgow Women’s Library http://womenslibrary.org.uk Govanhill Baths http://Govanhill%20Baths Lefty Film Club ?Life Mosaic http://www.lifemosaic.net Liverpool Radical Film Festival http://www.liverpoolradicalfilmfestival.org.uk

Love Music Hate Racism http://lovemusichateracism.com Open Jar Collective https://openjarcollective.wordpress.com

Plantation Productions http://plantation.org.uk Radical Film Archive http://autonomous.org.uk/events/radical-film-archive

Reel News http://reelnews.co.uk

Room 8 Studios Ltd http://room8studio.tumblr.com Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival http://www.mhfestival.com Scottish Queer International Film Festival http://www.sqiff.org Scottish Trades Union Congress http://www.stuc.org.uk Social Bite http://www.social-bite.co.uk Take One Action Film Festival http://www.takeoneaction.org.uk

University of Glasgow http://www.gla.ac.uk

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The 100 Greatest Video Game Characters (working title)
 
Robert Mejia (State University of New York, Brockport), Co-Editor
Jaime Banks (West Virginia University), Co-Editor
Aubrie Adams (University of California, Santa Barbara), Co-Editor

 
The field of game studies has grown substantially since the turn of the century, and yet the field lacks a rigorous reference collection on the cultural significance of video game characters. Such a reference collection is needed as it can be difficult for even well-versed scholars to keep track of the range and complexity of the many significant characters that populate the industry.
 
Hence, we are seeking essays for an edited collection on the cultural and historical significance of 100 video game characters. The collection, titled “The 100 Greatest Video Game Characters,” will be published by Rowman & Littlefield in early 2017. This collection will serve as a companion volume to the edited collection, titled “The 100 Greatest Video Games.”
 
Academics, game industry personnel, gaming journalists, and others are invited to submit proposals addressing the historical and cultural significance of a specific video game character. Suggested characters include (but are not limited to):

 

Aerith Gainsborough
Final Fantasy VII
Alice
American McGee’s
Amaterasu
Okami
Carmen Sandiego
Where in the World is Carmen SandiegoChris Redfield
Resident Evil
Chun Li
Street Fighter
Clementine
The Walking Dead
Cloud Strife
Final Fantasy VIIColossi
Shadow of the ColossusDuke Nukem
Dysentery
Oregon Trail
Elaine Marley
Monkey Island
Ezio
Assassin’s Creed
Fat Princess
Fat Princess
GlaDOS
PortalGordon Freeman Half Life
Grue
Zork
Mecha-Hitler Wolfenstein 3D
Jade
Beyond Good & EvilKOS-MOS
Xenosaga
Kratos
God of War
Lara Croft
Tomb Raider
Lee Everett
The Walking DeadLich King
Warcraft
Lightning
Final Fantasy XIII
Little Sisters
Bioshock
Link
Legend of ZeldaLuigi
Mario Bros.
Mario
Mario Bros.
Master Chief
Halo
Meat Boy
Super Meat BoyMega Man
Mega Man
Nathan Drake Uncharted
Ness
Earthbound
Origami Killer
Heavy RainPac-Man
Pac-Man
Peach
Mario Bros.
Phoenix Wright
Phoenix Wright
Pikachu
PokémonProgenitor Virus
Resident Evil
Sackboy
Little Big Planet
Samus Aran
Metroid
Sephiroth
Final Fantasy VIIShiva Alomar Resident Evil 5
Solid Snake
Metal Gear
Sonic
Sonic the Hedgehog
Steve
MinecraftTerra
Final Fantasy VI
Zelda
Legend of Zelda


 
We welcome (1) proposals focusing on characters listed above or (2) proposals suggesting characters not listed above. The hope is that this collection will serve as a rigorous reference guide to the historical and cultural significance of 100 of the most important video game characters. Likewise, considering that the field of game studies consists of academics, industry professionals, and journalists, we encourage contributors to submit with an eye toward academic and non-academic audiences alike.
 
Please submit the following: (1) an abstract (250 word max) addressing the rationale for inclusion of your selected or proposed character in terms of the character’s cultural and historical significance; (2) a short bio (250 word max); and (3) a 1-page CV or 1-page publication list emphasizing expertise in game studies to 100rlcharacters@gmail.com by November 1st,  2015. Authors will be notified by December 1st, 2015 if their proposals have been accepted. Full essays should be within the range of 800 – 1000 words, submitted as a Word or Rich Text Format. Full essays will be due by January 15th, 2016. Multiple submissions are acceptable. For more information please contact the co-editors at 100rlcharacters@gmail.com.
 

 

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The 100 Greatest Video Games (working title)
 
Robert Mejia (State University of New York, Brockport), Co-Editor
Jaime Banks (West Virginia University), Co-Editor
Aubrie Adams (University of California, Santa Barbara), Co-Editor
 

The field of game studies has grown substantially since the turn of the century, and yet the field lacks a rigorous reference collection on the cultural significance of video game franchises. Such a reference collection is needed as it can be difficult for even well-versed scholars to keep track of the range and complexity of the many significant franchises that populate the industry.
 
Hence, we are seeking essays for an edited collection on the cultural and historical significance of 100 video game franchises. The collection, titled “The 100 Greatest Video Games,” will be published by Rowman & Littlefield in early 2017. This collection will serve as a companion volume to the edited collection, titled “The 100 Greatest Video Game Characters.”
 
Academics, game industry personnel, gaming journalists, and others are invited to submit proposals addressing the historical and cultural significance of a specific video game franchise. Suggested franchises include (but are not limited to):
 

 

Age of Empires

America’s Army

Angry Birds

Assassins Creed

Batman

Call of Duty

Civilization

Dance Dance Revolution

Dark Souls

Donkey Kong

Doom

Ecco the Dolphin

Fallout

Farmville

Final Fantasy

Grand Theft Auto

Halo

Just Dance

Kingdom Hearts

King’s Quest

Leisure Suit Larry

Madden

Mario

Mass Effect

Medal of Honor

Mega Man

Metal Gear

Minecraft

Mortal Kombat

Myst

Pac-Man

Pokémon

Pong

Portal

Skylanders

Sonic the Hedgehog

Spacewar!

Tetris

The Legend of Zelda

The Oregon Trail

The Sims

Tomb Raider

Tony Hawk Pro Skater

Warcraft

Wii Sports

Wolfenstein

Xenosaga

Zork
 
We welcome (1) proposals focusing on franchises listed above or (2) proposals suggesting franchises not listed above. The hope is that this collection will serve as a rigorous reference guide to the historical and cultural significance of 100 of the most important video game franchises. Likewise, considering that the field of game studies consists of academics, industry professionals, and journalists, we encourage contributors to submit with an eye toward academic and non-academic audiences alike.
 
Please submit the following: (1) an abstract (250 word max) addressing the rationale for inclusion of your selected or proposed franchise in terms of the franchise’s cultural and historical significance; (2) a short bio (250 word max); and (3) a 1-page CV or 1-page publication list emphasizing expertise in game studies to 100rlgames@gmail.com by November 1st, 2015. Authors will be notified by December 1st, 2015 if their proposals have been accepted. Full essays should be within the range of 800 – 1000 words, submitted as a Word or Rich Text Format. Full essays will be due by January 15th, 2016. Multiple submissions are acceptable. For more information please contact the co-editors at 100rlgames@gmail.com.

 

 

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For many years, the back catalogue of Perfect Beat: The Asia-Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture was only available in print form. We are pleased to announce that most of the old issues -- starting with the first publication in July 1992 -- are now digitised and can be accessed via the journal's website.

Go to https://www.equinoxpub.com/journals/index.php/PB/issue/archive to search the archives. Further issues will be added. My thanks to the former editors, Mark Evans and Denis Crowdy, for making this happen! (Full article access requires a subscription to EBSCO, ProQuest or another database; book reviews are free to view).

You will find a wealth of articles about contemporary/popular music in the Asia-Pacific region, for example:

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Sound Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal Launching in 2015

www.bloomsbury.com/journal/sound-studies/

Editors Michael Bull, Professor of Sound Studies, U of Sussex, UK 

Veit Erlmann, Professor of Ethnomusicology and Anthropology, U of Texas at Austin, USA

 
 
 

PUBLICATIONS

New book: Making and Remaking Horror in the 1970s and 2000s

Roche, David. Making and Remaking Horror in the 1970s and 2000s: Why Don't They Do It Like They Used To? Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 2014. ISBN 978-1617039621

http://www.upress.state.ms.us/books/1663


In Making and Remaking Horror in the 1970s and 2000s author David Roche takes up the assumption shared by many fans and scholars that original horror movies are more "disturbing," and thus better than the remakes. He assesses the qualities of movies, old and recast, according to criteria that include subtext, originality, and cohesion. With a methodology that combines a formalist and cultural studies approach, Roche sifts aspects of the American horror movie that have been widely addressed (class, the patriarchal family, gender, and the opposition between terror and horror) and those that have been somewhat neglected (race, the Gothic, style, and verisimilitude). Containing seventy-eight black and white illustrations, the book is grounded in a close comparative analysis of the politics and aesthetics of four of the most significant independent American horror movies of the 1970s--The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, The Hills Have Eyes, Dawn of the Dead, and Halloween--and their twenty-first-century remakes.


To what extent can the politics of these films be described as "disturbing" insomuch as they promote subversive subtexts that undermine essentialist perspectives? Do the politics of the film lie on the surface or are they wedded to the film's aesthetics? Early in the book, Roche explores historical contexts, aspects of identity (race, ethnicity, and class), and the structuring role played by the motif of the American nuclear family. He then asks to what extent these films disrupt genre expectations and attempt to provoke emotions of dread, terror, and horror through their representations of the monstrous and the formal strategies employed? In this inquiry, he examines definitions of the genre and its metafictional nature. Roche ends with a meditation on the extent to which the technical limitations of the horror films of the 1970s actually contribute to this "disturbing" quality. Moving far beyond the genre itself, Making and Remaking Horror studies the redux as a form of adaptation and enables a more complete discussion of the evolution of horror in contemporary American cinema.

 

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