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Anne Kustritz is an acafan who works on fan fiction cultures, spaces, identities, and texts. She received her PhD in American Culture from the University of Michigan in 2007, and her BA in cultural studies and psychology from the University of Minnesota in 2001. She teaches courses on television, transmedia, and fan culture, as well as gender studies and queer theory.
Bibliography of Fandom-Related Work
- Seriality and Transmediality in the Fan Multiverse: Flexible and Multiple Narrative Structures in Fan Fiction, Art, and Vids. TV Series, 6 (2014): 225-261.
- Domesticating Hermione; The emergence of genre and community fromWIKTT’s feminist romance debates, Feminist Media Studies 2014.
- “Decoding the Industrial and Digital City: Visions of Security in Holmes’ and Sherlock’s London”, co-written with Melanie E. S. Kohnen, in Sherlock and Transmedia Fandom: Essays on the BBC Series, ed Kristina Busse and Louisa Stein. Jefferson, NC: McFarland Press, 2012. p 85-101.
- “Breeding Unity: Battlestar Galactica’s Bi-Racial Reproductive Futurity”, in Camera Obscura 80 Vol 27, no 3, 2012.
- “Painful Pleasures: Sacrifice, Consent, and the Resignification of BDSM Symbolism in The Story of O and The Story of Obi”, in Transformative Works and Cultures Vol 1, Fall 2008.
- “Smallville’s Sexual Symbolism: From Queer Repression to Fans’ Queered Expressions” in Refractory Vol 8, 2005.
- “Slashing the Romance Narrativ,,” in The Journal of American Culture Vol 6, No 23, September 2003. 371-384.
- “Acafandom and Beyond: Week One, Part One (Anne Kustritz, Louisa Stein, and Sam Ford) ,” in Acafandom and Beyond, hosted by Henry Jenkins, “Confessions of an Aca/Fan.” June 13, 2011. <http://henryjenkins.org/2011/06/acafandom_and_beyond_week_one.html>
- “Ownership and Desire: Fans’ and Producers’ Polymorphous Triangulations”, in Flow, Special Issue: “Re/Producing Cult TV: The Battlestar Galactica Issue,” 2007.
- “Gender and Fan Culture (Round Thirteen),” in the Fanboy - Fangirl Détente, hosted by Henry Jenkins, “Confessions of an Aca/fan.” August 30–31, 2007. <http://www.henryjenkins.org/2007/08/gender_and_fan_culture_round_t_2.html>
- Invited lecture: “Fan Production as Transmedia Extension: Narrative Experimentation in Fan Fiction and Fan Vids,” Transmedia Serial Narration Seminar, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3, June 14, 2013.
- Invited event and lecture: “Queering the Screen: Vids, Representational Politics, and Sexuality,” Empire State College, February 17, 2011.
- Invited event and lecture: “Fandom, Fanvidding: Consumer Participation in Popular Culture,” Sponsored by the Gender Studies Research Group, Queens College, Kingston, Ontario, February 8, 2011.
- Invited discussant, plenary roundtable “Free Speech Versus Copyright Autonomy: How the 'Fair Use' Doctrine Can Free Copyrighted Materials for Scholarship and Teaching” at the Popular Culture and American Culture Associations Conference, April 8–11, 2009.
- Invited Lecture: “Remixing Gender and Sexuality: An Introduction to Fic, Vids, and Other Appropriative Pleasures.” Sponsored by The Department of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, April 7, 2009.