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TV Finales and the Meaning of Endings [Doctoral Dissertation]

“Active Fandom: Labor and Love in the Whedonverse” [Chapter in A Companion to Media Fandom and Fan Studies]

“The State of Fandom and Fan Studies 2018” [A Conversation with Alisa Perren for Confessions of an Aca-Fan] [Part Two]

TV Finales: A 3-Part Contribution to Flow Journal.

#Flow16 Position Paper  [Roundtable: Television Form: Past, Present, Future]

#scms17 Abstract [Presentation: “Netflix Poetics”]

There’s More Than One of Everything: Navigating Fringe‘s cofactual multiverse” [Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies 13.1]

“‘Forward is the Battle Cry’: Binge-Viewing Netflix’s House of Cards” [Chapter in The Netflix Effect: Technology and Entertainment in the 21st Century]

“Making Sense of the Future: Narrative Destabilization in Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse” [Chapter in Time in Television Narrative: Exploring Temporality in Twenty-First-Century Programming]

#scms15 abstract [workshop: “The ‘F’ Word: Fan Studies In and Beyond the Academy]

#scms15 abstract [presentation: “VOD and/as Serial TV”]

#flow14 position paper [roundtable: “Streaming and Return of Williams’ Flow”]

“There’s More Than One of Everything”: Dynamics of Closure in Fringe‘s Cofactual Narrative System [submitted in fulfillment of the McGill English Department’s “Compulsory Research Project” requirement for PhD candidacy]

“That Whedony Feeling” [In Media Res]

An ‘Uncommon Commentary’: Debunking Joss Whedon’s Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog
[Presented at #scms13]

“Towards a Post-Secular ‘Fellowship of Deep Belief’: Sister Edgar’s Techno-Spiritual Quest in Don DeLillo’s Underworld” [Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction] 

more links coming soon!

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