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CP & TV SIG Virtual "“Fighters and Fuck-Ups" Event - Shared screen with speaker view
Amanda Klein
23:01
https://www.console-ingpassions.org/
Marija Laugalyte
25:16
It says 300-350 word essay to apply, is that correct?
Amanda Klein
28:02
2021
Karen Petruska
01:11:16
My question would be about racial representation. Often we orient women around the male/female binary, but how might whiteness inflect the definition?
Isabel Pinedo she/her
01:26:56
Have to leave for a meeting. Excellent discussion, thank you!
Lisa Jacobson
01:28:56
Is there any fatigue with the female antihero in the way we've seen with the male version in "prestige" dramas (even though they persist)? When does the trope exhaust itself and become a formula?
Chadwick Roberts
01:31:30
I love the connections to recent limited series!
Chadwick Roberts
01:31:37
Great points
Nora Patterson
01:31:40
How much of that relates back to how the media orioginally
Nora Patterson
01:31:49
Treated Linda Tripp in the 1990s
Leigh Edwards
01:33:31
Here is a link to the cringe aesthetics piece Yael mentioned. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1527476418777838
Nora Patterson
01:34:35
Is the premise of SDF to go from anti-hero to hero?
Suzanne Leonard
01:34:40
What about the fictionalization of real life antiheroines, ie, Inventing Anna and The Dropout?
Nora Patterson
01:36:40
I also wonder if the characteristics of the anti-heroine are becoming normalized as accepted/expected from TV characters
Lisa Jacobson
01:37:23
Thank you all for those great responses!
Pamela Thoma (she/her)
01:37:24
Do anti heroes “need” to have internal ambivalence as characters?
Nora Patterson
01:39:17
When Yael was talking, I was thinking of This is Us
Leigh Edwards
01:41:40
How often do you think you see a partial “redemption” narrative (reenclosing the character in the domestic or an ambition narrative, etc.)? Is the fully resistant character much less common?
David Dzikowski
01:41:45
Thank you, Everyone. What do you all make of the dueling anti-heroines in The Endgame?
Karen Petruska
01:45:55
This has been terrific. Thank you all for sharing your work.
Tanya Horeck
01:46:06
It’s getting late in the UK and I have to go but thank you SO much for a fabulous event! I’m looking forward to reading your books, Sarah, Gillian, Yael, and Molly! And can’t wait for CP 2022! X
Pamela Thoma (she/her)
01:47:20
Thank you to the presenters and organizers!
Leigh Edwards
01:47:24
Thank you for a great panel!
Amanda Klein
01:47:37
Thank you, everyone!
hunter hargraves
01:47:57
Thank you, what a rich discussion!
Marija Laugalyte
01:48:06
Thank you very much for this talk, so interesting!
Jennifer Alpert
01:48:17
Thank you for a great event!