Publications

Here we showcase recent work of Civic Paths members:

Bloomfield, Emma Frances & Storla, Kari. “Evolutionary arguments in the birth control debate: Casuistic shifting in conservative rhetoric.” Published in the proceedings of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation 8th International Conference on Argumentation (2015): 136-146. http://rozenbergquarterly.com/issa-proceedings-2014-evolutionary-arguments-in-the-birth-control-debate-casuistic-shifting-in-conservative-rhetoric/

Close, Samantha. “‘I Am Handmade’: Crafting in the Age of Computers.” Documentary short film. Vice Media. (April 17, 2015),http://motherboard.vice.com/read/etsy-crafting-in-the-computer-age-the-unseen-workers-who-make-etsy-possible

Close, Samantha. “The Absent Presence of Gender in Webcomics.” Feminist Media Studies. 15, no. 3 (May 2015): 533-538.

Forelle, Michelle C., Philip N. Howard, Andres Monroy-Hernandez, and Saiph Savage. “Political Bots and the Manipulation of Public Opinion in Venezuela.” Unpublished manuscript, (2015), http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2635800

Foxman, Maxwell, and Michelle C. Forelle. “Electing to Play: MTV’s Fantasy Election and Changes in Political Engagement Through Gameplay.” Games and Culture, 9, no.6 (2014): 454-467.

Shifman, Limor. Memes in Digital Culture. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2013.
Shifman, Limor, Hadar Levy, and Mike Thelwall. “Internet Jokes: The Secret Agents of Globalization?.” Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 19 (July 2014): 727-743.
Storla, Kari. “Superheroes, super trauma: Is trauma in superhero comics a human or superhuman experience?” Paper presented at the Comics and Popular Arts Conferences (2015). http://thehangedman.com/cpac-files/01ComicsTraumaAndPsychiatricDisorders.mp3

Storla, Kari. Participant on “Race, gender, and sexuality in contemporary comics” roundtable. Comics and Popular Arts Conference (2015). http://thehangedman.com/cpac-files/11RoundtableRaceGenderSexuality.mp3