Presentations

2016-11-19-17-13-49
Ph: Rebecca Hutton

Conferences

Sharenting by football celebrities: audiences negotiate visibility of children on social media – with Ana Jorge and Lidia Maropo forthcoming IAMCR annual conference, Universidad Complutense de  Madrid, Spain, 7th-11th July 2019

‘my favorite female politician, my governor, my idol’: Citizens, fans and political celebritization in Argentinaforthcoming IAMCR annual conference, Universidad Complutense de  Madrid, Spain, 7th-11th July 2019

too mainstream? too normative! more resistant, less trivial: (de)legitimizing the mundane, the struggle and the popular in fandom studies – forthcoming

‘my favorite female politician, my governor, my idol’: Citizens, fans and political celebritization in ArgentinaConsole-ing Passions: International Conference on Television, Video, Audio, New Media, and Feminism, Faculty of Media and Communication, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, UK, 11-13 July 2018

The fourth wall and ‘The Wall’: A cross-cultural reception analysis of Game of Thrones – FSN 2018, 6th Conference of Fan Studies Network, Cardiff University, Wales, UK, 29-30 June 2018

An austere politician and her fight against corruption: Facebook comments to Argentinian Governor María Eugenia Vidal- Media and Governance in Latin America: Towards a Plurality of Voices, ICA Preconference, Prague, Czech Republic, 24 May 2018

Reality TV fame reloaded: The Bachelorette, fans, and subcultural celebrities online Audiences 2030, (Consortium of Emerging Directions in Audience Research), Catholic University of Portugal, co-organized by ARS section of ECREA, AHRC funded event, Lisbon, Portugal, 27-28 September 2017

The fourth wall and ‘The Wall’: A cross-cultural reception analysis of Game of Thrones Theorising the Popular, Popular Culture Research Group, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, UK, 21-22 June 2017

Reality TV fame reloaded: The Bachelorette, fans, and subcultural celebrities online – FSN 2017, 5th Conference of Fan Studies Network, Centre for Participatory Culture, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK, 24-25 June 2017

“Are you ‘real’ enough to deserve fame?” Authenticity, norms and expectations on YouTube’s beauty community Celebrity Studies Journal Conference, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 28-30 June 2016

Beauty Gurus and Popularity Development on YouTube: The case of Bubzbeauty – 2nd European Conference on Social Media ECSM 2015, Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Porto, Portugal, 9-10 July 2015

Two sides of one guru: the commercial and community spheres of the YouTube beauty community. The case of Bubzbeauty – ICA Regional Conference 2015 – Expanding Communication: Old Boundaries and New Frontiers, Łódź, Poland, 9–11 April 2015

The digital media phenomenon of Beauty Gurus on YouTube – (AoIR) Association of Internet Researchers’ conference IR 15, Daegu, South Korea, 21-24 October 2014

“In the same boat”: a Typology of Identification Patterns of YouTube User Comments – Conference “Internet Language: Communicating in a Global World“, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal, 27 June 2014

Invited lectures and talks

“Are you ‘real’ enough to deserve fame?” Authenticity, norms and expectations on YouTube’s beauty community – RMIT University – Digital Ethnography Research Centre (DERC), Melbourne, Australia, 10 November 2016 – Invited by Dr. John Postill

The politics of success of YouTube’s beauty community – Deakin University Research group: Persona, Celebrity, Publics (PCP), Melbourne, Australia, 9 November 2016 – Invited by Prof. David Marshall