OHIO POPcats Popular Culture Speaker Series 2022

Building on the success of the Keywords for Video Game Studies Speaker Series last semester, I have collaborated with two colleagues Dr. Mary Kate Hurley and Dr. Tony Vinci to put together another speaker series this fall at Ohio University:

OHIO POPcats Popular Culture Speaker Series 2022

A Reading by Alison Stine
Author of Road Out of Winter and Trashlands
October 18, 2022
7:30- PM
Galbreath Chapel

Josef Nguyen
“Scripting Consenting Fictions in Sex Robots, Queer Games, and Other Emerging Technologies”
Associate Professor of Critical Media Studies, University of Texas at Dallas
Thursday, October 27
4 PM
Ellis Hall 012

Paul Shovlin
“‘Ohio, So Many Cryptids to Discover!’: The Gulf between Science and the Unknown”
Assistant Professor of Instruction of English, Ohio University
Monday, October 31
4 PM
Ellis Hall 114

A Reading by Sequoia Nagamatsu
Author of How High We Go In the Dark and Where We Go When All We Were Is Gone
November 15, 2022
7:30 PM
Galbreath Chapel

The OHIO POPcats Popular Culture Speaker Series is co-sponsored by the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, the Honors Tutorial College, the Ohio Honors Program, the Cutler Scholars Program, the 1804 Scholars Program, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Scripps College of Communication, the Center for Law, Justice, and Culture, and the College of Fine Arts. Additional sponsors include the English HTC program, Department of English, the English First Year Writing program, the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, the Department of Political Science, and the Department of Philosophy at Ohio University. For more information, contact Dr. Edmond Y. Chang (change@ohio.edu) or Dr. Mary Kate Hurley (hurleym1@ohio.edu).

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