FanLIS 2021 Recordings


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Welcome Address – Ludi Price

Panel 1

Filling the Gap: an Exploration into the Theories and Methods Used in Fan Studies – Eleonora Benecchi & Colin Porlezza

Japanese Visual Media Graph: Providing researchers with data from enthusiast communities – Magnus Pfeffer

Twitch (Still) Plays Pokémon: When Spectators Become Archivists – Aris Emmanouloudis

What if academics published on AO3 and fans on Zenodo? – Nele Noppe

Panel Q&A Moderated by Ludi Price


Panel 2

Affect and Author-Gods: Digital Archives, Queer Pleasures and Fannish Feeling in Literary Scholarship – Alice M. Kelly

“I Know What I’m About”: A Pilot Study of Fanfiction and the Information-Seeking Behaviors of Teenage Readers – J Nicole Miller

How Adventure Time Fans Understand the ‘True’ Producer: A Close Analysis of Two Encyclopedic Fan Texts – Paul A. Thomas

Panel Q&A Moderated by Lyn Robinson


Keynote – Archiving, Librarianship, and Futurity Among Pirates and Fans – Abigail De Kosnik

Closing remarks – Ludi Price

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