Stanley, David

Teaching Assistant-Doctoral
English

Plan: Media, Cinema and Digital Studies - PhD

Achieved Degree(s):
MA in English-University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee-2019,
BA in English-University of Nevada, Las Vegas-2017,
AA in General Studies-College of Southern Nevada-2015

Selected Publication(s):
“The ‘Dissolving Panopticon’: Surveillance Culture and ‘Liquid Modernity’ in ‘Spider-Man’ Media.” Panic at the Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Journal

“Poké Ball Plus, Nintendo, video game accessory, 2018, Review.” The Popular Culture Studies Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1&2. Pg. 554-560

Interests:
Video Game Economics, Gambling Studies, Surveillance Technology, Pop Culture Big Data, Tabletop Gaming, YouTube, Anime

Academic Award(s):
Chancellor’s Graduate Student Award, Department of English, University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee, 2017

Conference Presentation(s):
“The ‘Dissolving Panopticon’: Surveillance Culture and ‘Liquid Modernity’ in ‘Spider-Man’ Media.” Midwest Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference. Milwaukee, WI. February 2019.

“Black Panther: Imagining Worlds Without Colonialism.” Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference. Indianapolis, IN. October 2018.

“Student Use of Campus Resources.” Graduate Teaching Assistant Collaborative Conference. Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. December 2017.

“Cowboys Vs. Samurais: Americanization as Inverse Cultural Influence in Cowboy Bebop.” Far Western Regional Popular Culture Conference. Las Vegas, NV. February 2017.

“Mad Max Signifier Road: Resisting Signification and Asserting Subjectivity in the ‘Mad Max’ Reboot.” Far Western Regional Popular Culture Conference. Las Vegas, NV. February 2016.

Teaching Experience:
Introduction to College Writing, English 101

Professional Website: https://www.davidraystanley.com/