FanLIS 2022 Recordings

Welcome Address – Ludi Price

Panel 1

Creating threads, making archives: a study of organizing and indexing practices around idols’ photos on Twitter – Susrita Das

Archiving as a foundation of fansubbing: a case study on fan-made translation of Virtual Youtuber’s videos and streaming in China – Jincai Jiang

Archival maintenance as a means of preserving a fandom’s legacy – Nicole Neece

‘Princes of the New World’: fanfiction archives as machines for generating fictional worlds – Suzanne R. Black

Panel Q&A Moderated by Ludi Price


Panel 2

The design of printed fanfiction: Down to Agincourt and fanbinding as affective practice – Naomi Jacobs & JSA Lowe

Fanbinding and community generated information environment – Shira Buchsbaum & Kimberly Kennedy

Crossover fic and the crux of fan object circulation – Alex Xanthoudakis

Panel Q&A Moderated by Lyn Robinson


Panel 3

Exploring the commonalities and differences in descriptive metadata databases compiled by online fan and enthusiast communities and public administration agencies using the Japanese Visual Media Graph – Zoltan Kacsuk, Magnus Pfeffer and Martin Roth

“Comments in tags”: exploring bookmarking cultures on AO3 – Mikael Gyhagen

Fanwork communication through social media: a dynamic practice of celebrity fans – Qiuyan Guo

Panel Q&A Moderated by Ludi Price


Panel 4

“I prefer to report on my subjects while I’m dressed like them…”: fan journalism and the centrality of relationships – Colin Porlezza & Eleonora Benecchi

Where’d you get those Nightcrawler hands? The information literacy practices of cosplayers – Kimberly Hirsh

Panel Q&A Moderated by Lyn Robinson

Keynote – Growing our own: The past and future of fandom, platforms, and policy – Casey Fiesler

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