Sharon Cumberland "" Fan Fiction

Fan Fiction

Bibliography

Chapters in Books

– " Private Uses of Cyberspace: Women, Desire, and Fan Culture," in Henry Jenkins and David Thorburn, eds. Rethinking Media Change: The Aesthetics of Transition. Cambridge: MIT Press, forthcoming, 2003.
– “The Five Wives of Ibn Fadlan: Women’s Collaborative Fiction on Antonio Banderas
Websites” in Mary Flanagan and Austin Booth, eds. Reload: Rethinking Women + Cyberculture, Cambridge: MIT Press, 2002.

Invited Presentations and Lectures
– Expert Respondent: "Popular Culture: Fan Fiction." M/MLA, November, 2002
– Invited Lectures for doctoral students: "Fan Fiction and the Internet," Universidad de Sevilla, April, 2002.
– Invited Lecturer: "Fan Fiction on the Internet," Comparative Media Studies and Women's Studies Symposium, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, March 2002.
Scholarly Presentations
–"The Two Antonios: Spanish Stereotypes in American Film." Mediterranean Studies Association. Universidad de Granada. May, 2002.
– "Media and Fan Fiction." Escapade Conference, Santa Barbara, CA, 2002
– “Private Uses of Cyberspace: Women, Desire, and Fan Culture,” Media in Transition Conference, MIT, 1999
– Zorro Returns: Interactive Narrative and Celebrity Culture,” Interactive Frictions Conference, University of Southern California, 1999

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