In 2012 I published one journal article, got one book chapter accepted for publication and presented four papers at four different research conferences. In 2012 I also got two papers written and accepted for presentation at conferences early in 2013. In addition, I was a COLA Research Fellow for 2012. The details are below.
Hart, W. B. & Taylor, E. C. (in press). Conducting research using social media platforms. In K. Langmia, T. Tyree, P. O’Brien & I. Sturgis (Eds). Social media: Pedagogy and
practice. Manuscript accepted for publication.
Articles in Journal
Hart, W. B., (2012). The case of the missing interracial romance: An ideological critique of Kiss the Girls (novel to film). North Carolina Literature Review, 21, 59-76.
Online Work (Research Blogs and Sites)
Hart, W. B. (2011-2013). WilliamHartPhD.com (a web site which contains information on my research, teaching, etc.). http://www.williamhartphd.com
Research Papers Presented at Professional Meetings
Hart, W.B. (accepted). The rhetoric of Rush: Misogyny and ad hominem attacks. A paper submitted for possible presentation at the national Popular Culture Association convention, Washington, DC, March 2013.
Hassencahl F. & Hart, W. B. (accepted). A fantasy-theme analysis of Der Ewige Jude (The Eternal Jew): From WWII Nazi propaganda to YouTube today. A paper submitted for possible presentation at the national Popular Culture Association convention, Washington, DC, March 2013.
Hart, W.B. & Hassencahl F. (November, 2012). The post 9/11 TV images of Arab and Muslim Americans and the Anti-racist White Hero. A paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL.
Hart, W. B. (November, 2012). “The game is on”: Adapting Sherlock into a video game. A paper presented at the 84th South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Research Triangle/Durham, NC. [Note: Also chaired an adaptation session at SAMLA]
Hart, W. B. (October, 2012). The deduction engine: Adapting the Holmesian method into a computer game. A paper presented at the 2012 Meaningful Play conference at Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
Hart, W. B. & Taylor, E. C. (September, 2012). Social media use while watching prime-time TV. A paper presented at the Social Media Technology Conference & Workshop at Howard University, Washington, DC.
William Hart (April, 2011-September 2012). COLA Research Fellowship.
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