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“Idol Minds: American Perspectives and Misunderstandings of Japanese Idol Culture” (Popular Culture Association Annual Conference, 2018.)

This is a conference paper/Powerpoint slide show that I presented in an Asian Studies session at the Popular Culture Association conference in Indianapolis, IN in March 28-31, 2018. This topic contains material dealing with human sexuality — so “trigger warning” and all that.

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I received more in-session feedback and discussion than I have with any other topic, at any other conference, at any time.

 

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“A Cultural Geography of Japanese Enka Music” (SEDAAG, 2017)

I presented this paper at the Southeastern Association of American Geographers (SEDAAG) Annual Conference in November 2017.  The conference was sponsored by Mississippi State University.

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