Popular Culture Review 29.1 (Spring 2018) - Page 166

Tony Kemerly is a Professor in the Department of Exercise Science at High Point University where he teaches courses in Body and Identity, Culture of Obesity, Culture of Fitness, and Who Am  I?: Locating the Self in  the  Whedonverse. Dr. Kemerly’s  research interests are the portrayal of oppressed bodies in popular culture and the impact on society’s perception of those bodies. Trisha Kemerly is a Lecturer in the Department of Consumer Apparel and Retail Studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she teaches courses in Social Psychology of Dress, and Culture and Human Behavior. Dr. Kemerly’s research interests include the sociocultural and psychological aspects of consumer behavior, dress and identity, which have evolved into a related focus on the portrayals of gender, body image, and dress in American culture. From 1995-2012, Richard Logsdon was senior editor of the literary magazine Red Rock Review. He also edited In the Shadow of the Strip, a short story collection about Las Vegas (2002, University of Nevada Press). He has published numerous short stories, two college textbooks, and several essays on popular culture. Heather Lusty is an Assistant Professor in Residence in the Honors College at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She is co-editor of Modernism at Odds: Reconsidering Joyce and Lawrence (UP of Florida, 2015), and works on modernism, nationalism, and national identity. Todd Moffett teaches English at the College of Southern Nevada and has published both scholarly and creative writing. Retired from York University, Canada, Carol Poster is a freelance writer. You can visit her website at https://independent.academia. edu/carolposter. Daniel Ferreras Savoye is a professor of French, Spanish and Cultural Studies at West Virginia University. His work on marginalized authors, comic books, detective fiction, popular culture issues and critical theory has appeared in Hispania, French Literature Series, Ángulo Recto, Lectura y signo, The Popular Culture Review and La tribuna. He is the author of Lo fantástico en la literatura y el cine (ACVF, 1995/ 2014), Amor 3.1 (Biblioteca del Laberinto, 2010), The Signs of James Bond (McFarland, 2013) and Beyond Literary Studies (McFarland, 2017). Seth Vannatta is an associate professor and chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. His research focuses on American Pragmatism, philosophy of law, philosophy of education, and 166