Conference Proceedings 2015

Peer Reviewed Proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference
Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ)
Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand, 2015
ISBN: 978-0-473-34578-5

EDITORIAL:
‘Editor’s log: Startdate 2015 – An overview of proceedings': vi-ix
PAUL MOUNTFORT

FICTION
‘Better than Biggles: Michael Annesley’s ‘Lawrie Fenton’ spy thrillers': 1-12
JILLENE BYDDER

‘A world of fancy fiction and fact’: The Frank C. Johnson Archive at the State Library of New South Wales': 13-24
RACHEL FRANKS

FILM
‘Dialogical meeting: An encounter theory of modern cinema': 25-33
HELEN GORITSAS

‘Serial killers, style and post-classical narration': 34-41
TIM GROVES and SARAH DILLON

FOOD
‘Richard Beckett and Sam Orr talk about food': 42-53
ALISON VINCENT

GENDER
‘Living deaths, wicked witches and ‘hagsploitation’: Horror and/of the aging female body': 54-62
ERIN HARRINGTON

‘The shifting ‘indie’ femininities of Frankie magazine': 63-73
ROSANNA HUNT

‘Ideological miscegenation’: Anti-materialism and the tropes of homosexuality and transgenderism as cultural degeneracy in the works of James Howard Kunstler and Michel Houellebecq': 74-83
MICHAEL POTTS

GOTHIC
‘Looking back to see ahead: Reassessing The Snake Pit for its gothic codes and significance': 84-94
MARGARET McALLISTER and DONNA LEE BRIEN

PERFORMANCE
‘The role of the ‘Standard Rig’ in illuminating a production of Reginald Rose’s Twelve Angry Men (1954)': 95-105
SIMON DWYER and RACHEL FRANKS

RELIGION
‘We’ll Cry Glory: The presence of religion in popular music': 106-115
SAMUEL FINEGAN

TELEVISION
‘Commodification, viewership and a for-anyone-as-someone ‘special’ structure': 116-123
ROSSER JOHNSON

‘Why Doc Martin hates being called Doc Martin: Austism Spectrum Disorder on TV': 124-132
KIMBERLEY McMAHON-COLEMAN

ADDENDA:
FOOD

‘Recovering a forgotten Australian cookery teacher and food writer: Wivine de Stoop': 133-142
DONNA LEE BRIEN

GENDER
‘Intersex onscreen: An overview of recent fictional characters with intersex variations on television': 143-155
PHEOBE HART

SCIENCE
‘Mad science from beyond the stars: New perspectives on the mad scientist trope through the alien scientists of Stargate SG-1′: 156-164
STEVEN GIL

FAN STUDIES
‘One girly-man’s NZ zine history': 165-177
BRYCE GALLOWAY

FILM
‘Dialogical meeting: An encounter theory of modern cinema': 178-186
HELEN GORITSAS