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17 Oct

Paper at "Literature & the Environment" Conference

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In June 2017, I'll present a paper at a conference organized by Maria & Martin Löschnigg at the University of Graz. The paper will be on the point of view in shark horror. For the abstract, click 'read more'.

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30 Sep

Paper at "Human-Animal Line" Conference

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In early February 2017, I'll present a paper at the conference "The Human-Animal Line" at the French Research Center in Humanities and Social Sciences in Prague, Czech Republic. The paper will be on animal simulators. For the abstract, click 'read more'.

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14 Sep

New Chapter Draft on Food in Hannibal (TV Show)

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This is the draft of a chapter co-authored with Michael Phillips, which will be featured in Cindy Miller and Bow Van Riper's edited volume What's Eating You? Food and Horror on Screen, forthcoming from Bloomsbury Academic in February 2017. Here's a link to an early preview of the volume on Bloomsbury's site.

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14 Sep

Chapter on Animal Revenge Narratives in the Making

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I will contribute a chapter on animal revenge narratives to a volume tentatively titled Reckonings: Essays on American Revenge Narratives, edited by Kyle Wiggins. For the abstract, click 'read more'.

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07 Jul

Food Porn in Hannibal

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Thanks to my past publications in the broad field of Food Studies, I have been invited to participate in a lecture series on food as a topic in Cultural Studies, organized by the Center for Cultural Studies at the University of Graz. Not surprisingly, my presentation will focus on Hannibal and its spectacularization of food preparation, presentation, and consumption, but I'll also cover other cinematic and televisual texts. For a sketch of the presentation, click 'read more'.

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