Gender, Race, and Representation in Magazines and New Media

Co-sponsored by Cornell University (Africana Studies) and Syracuse University (Women’s and Gender Studies)

Day by Day Grid Schedule

Gender, Race and Representation in Magazines and New Media

Friday, October 25, 2013

Africana Studies & Research Center

 

Multipurpose Room

Hoyt Fuller

B-01

9:00-10:00a Race in Cyberspace: Online Publications, Blogs and Tweets Black Women, Fashion and Journalism Visualizing Femininity, Producing Masculinity in Men’s Magazines
10:00-10:10a

Break

10:10-11:45a The Military in Magazines, Representing Race, Gender and Citizenship Selling “True” Stories: Crime and Celebrity in Magazines and Tabloids
12:00-1:00p

Lunch

1:00-2:35p Fashion Media Discourse: Exploring Presence and Absence in Representations of Gender and Race in Fashion Magazines Circulating Pictures of Health Gender, Race, Class and Respectability
2:35-2:45p

Break

2:45-3:45p Flexible Authorship: Gender, Class and Race in Early Twentieth-Century Magazines  Shopping for Freedom: Women and Advertising, New Woman to Now
3:45-5:00p

Keynote 1 – Kimberly N. Foster, Black Women Blogging Ourselves into Being

Gender, Race and Representation in Magazines and New Media

Saturday, October 26 2013

Africana Studies & Research Center

 

Multipurpose Room

Hoyt Fuller

B-01

9:00-10:00a Altering Course: Triumphs and Tribulations of Black Women’s Magazines Building Bodies and Masculinities in Men’s Magazines Feminisms in Print
10:00-10:10a

Break

10:10-11:10a Engaging Politics through Magazines
10:10-11:45a Magazines in a Post-Colonial World Race, Gender and Magazines, in the Progressive Era and Roaring Twenties
11:45-1:30p

Lunch – A Knowing So Deep: An Inside View of Essence Magazine in the 1980s Roundtable via Skype in Multipurpose Room

1:30-2:30p Instructed by Magazines: Mid-Century American Teenagers and Young Women Wearing Race: Orientalism and Exoticism in Fashion Magazines Tumbling, Tweeting and New Public Spheres
2:30-3:30p Producing Identities in Diasporas
2:30-4:05p Building Narratives of Class Mobility in Women’s Magazines in Japan and India Talking, Selling, and Eating: Constructing Manhood in Midcentury American Periodicals
4:05-4:15p

Break

4:15-5:45p

Keynote 2 – Ellen Gruber Garvey, Ph.D, Hidden Histories: African American Community Resistance to the 19th Century Press

Gender, Race and Representation in Magazines and New Media

Sunday, October 27 2013

Africana Studies & Research Center

 

Multipurpose Room

Hoyt Fuller

B-01

9:00-10:30a Practitioner’s Roundtable
10:30-10:35a

Break

10:35-12:10p Icons and Iconoclasts: Narratives of African American Women in Magazines Beauty Politics: Race, Hair and Colorism in Magazines Images and Archives: Analyzing the Visual Cultural of Magazines
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