Friday, 12:00 noon–1:15 p.m., 407, JW Marriott
Fables, Folktales, Games, and Comics: Folklore and Visual Media
Program arranged by the American Folklore Society
1. “Representing Black Folk: Jeremy Love’s Bayou and African American Folk Culture,” Jonathan W. Gray, John Jay Coll. of Criminal Justice, City Univ. of New York
2. “Animal Terrorism: Adam Hines and the Crisis of the Animal Fable,” Christopher Pizzino, Univ. of Georgia
3. “Slippers, Pumpkins, and Branches: Resisting Walt Disney in Disney’s Cinderella (2015),” Katie Kapurch, Texas State Univ.
Respondent: Alexandria Gray, Univ. of Washington, Seattle