Faculty Mentor(s)

Patricia Worrall

Campus

Gainesville

Proposal Type

Panel

Subject Area

English/Communications

Location

Robinson Ballroom A

Start Date

1-4-2015 3:00 PM

End Date

1-4-2015 4:00 PM

Description/Abstract

We are examining the roles of women in comic book pop culture. Our main focuses on Storm, Rogue, and Ms. Marvel will address constrains of social constructs, gender equality, and gender representation throughout the industry. We applied the ideals of gender, specifically feminist theory, queer theory, and monster theory to the different heroines to determine the changes in how they were viewed in comparison to now.

Note to Conference Administrators

  1. Panel Title: Her Own Heroine: Feminism and Diversity in the Comic Book Industry

  2. First Speaker: Veronica Harris

    Title: “Breaking the Mold: Ororo Munroe and the Entertainment Industry"

  3. Second Speaker: Yeni Bolaño

  4. Title: “Who am I?: Analyzing the Constrained Identity of Rogue”

  5. Third Speaker: Rachel Andrews

    Title: "Kamala Khan: A Heroine for the Modern Age”

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Apr 1st, 3:00 PM Apr 1st, 4:00 PM

Her Own Heroine: Feminism and Diversity in the Comic Book Industry

Robinson Ballroom A

We are examining the roles of women in comic book pop culture. Our main focuses on Storm, Rogue, and Ms. Marvel will address constrains of social constructs, gender equality, and gender representation throughout the industry. We applied the ideals of gender, specifically feminist theory, queer theory, and monster theory to the different heroines to determine the changes in how they were viewed in comparison to now.

 

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