Conference Proceedings 2017

Peer Reviewed Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference
Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ)
Wellington, New Zealand, 10 – 11 July, 2017
ISBN: 978-0-473-41892-2

EDITORIAL:
‘Editor’s log: Stardate 2017′: vi-viii
PAUL MOUNTFORT

BIOGRAPHY & FICTION
‘Red Snow on Their Boots: Russian characters in spy thriller fiction published
during the two World Wars': 1-10

JILLENE BYDDER

‘Execution as Exhibition: public and private hangings in colonial Australia': 11-24
RACHEL FRANKS

DESIGN
‘The Role of Jewellery in Establishing and Maintaining Social Status in New
South Wales between 1801 and 1924′: 25-34

JULIE OLIVER

DISABILITY
‘Ngā Kupu o Te Rangi : Deaf Gain in The Dramaturgy of Aotearoa’s Trilingual
Theatre': 35-44

ALEXANDRA LODGE

E-ECOLOGIES
‘The Infinite Screen: An exploration of the cinematic representation of virtual
reality and dreaming': 45-55

BRUNO RODRÍGUEZ ARMESTO

‘The Electro-mystical Machines of Lovecraft and Pynchon': 56-66
JADE BOYD

‘Very Young Children Online: Media discourse and parental practice': 67-77
KELLY JAUNZEMS, LELIA GREEN, DONELL HOLLOWAY and KYLIE STEVENSON

‘The In-Between Zone: Suspended experience in popular music and imagery': 78-87
PETER LONG

FANDOM
‘Anime n’ Cosplay Music Video: An Interdisciplinary experiment by self
management for an Otaku hybrid expression': 88-101

JÉSSICA BARBOSA DOS SANTOS

FASHION
‘After the End of Fashion: Aitor Throup’s interdisciplinary fashion practice': 102-113
VANESSA GERRIE

‘Language Lace: thinking and speaking through material making': 114-126
CECILIA HEFFER

PERFORMANCE
‘On Stage and Online: An examination of low-cost digital production tools for
lighting, sound and stage management': 127-137

SIMON DWYER and RACHEL FRANKS

SUBCULTURES
‘Latina Lolita: Gender Politics and the Gothic and Lolita Subculture in Mexico': 138-146
KATHRYN A. HARDY BERNAL

‘Foodies as Subculture and Lifestyle Movement: A convergence': 147-156
JENNIE WATTS

TELEVISION
‘More than just a laugh: The representation of New Zealand in Funny Girls': 157-170
TAYLOR ANNABELL

‘Are New Zealander’s filthy over Filthy Rich? A thematic analysis of viewer
attitudes to the television serial Filthy Rich‘: 171-182

ANGELIQUE NAIRN and FRANCES NELSON

‘An exploration of identity work in Showrunners': 183-194
FRANCES NELSON and ANGELIQUE NAIRN

‘From captive to ‘grounder-pounder’: The changing gendered identities of The
100’s Octavia Blake': 195-209

CHRISTINA VOGELS