Episode 61B: Geek Interpreter on Queerbaiting and Transformative Fandom–Extended Cut
The extended cut version of the Geek Interpreter panel aired in episode 61: Emotional Context. Fan studies academics Dr. Joseph Brennan, Dr. Lori Morimoto, and Hannah Mueller join consulting fan finnagain to discuss the concept of queerbaiting, its relevance to transformative fandom, how it can come up in fan/creator interactions, and factors in and around the source media that affect that conversation.
Consulting Fans: Finnagain, Joseph Brennan, Hannah Mueller, Lori Morimoto
- Scholar websites of Hannah Mueller, Dr. Joseph Brennon, and Dr. Lori Morimoto
- Brennan, J. C. L. (2014). Into the woods: slash manips—theory/practice. PhD thesis, University of Sydney.
- Brennan, J. (2016). Queerbaiting: The ‘playful’ possibilities of homoeroticism. International journal of cultural studies, 1367877916631050.
- Haraway, D. (1992). Otherworldly conversations: terran topics; local terms. Science as Culture 3(1): 64–98.
- Jenkins, H. (1995). Out of the closet and into the universe: Queers and Star Trek. In 1. Tulloch & H. Jenkins, Science fiction audiences: Watching Doctor Who and Star Trek (pp. 237-265).
- Meuller, H. (2015). A Questionable Bromance: Queer Subtext, Fan Service, and the Dangers of Queerbaiting in Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes and A Game of Shadows. Gender and the Modern Sherlock Holmes: Essays on Film and Television Adaptations Since 2009. Farghaly, N. (Ed.), McFarland.
- Miller, T. (2005). A metrosexual eye on queer guy. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 11(1): 112–117.
- Nordin, E. (2015). From Queer Reading to Queerbaiting: The Battle over the Polysemic Text and the Power of Hermeneutics. Master’s thesis, Stockholm University.
- on Blood and Fire, the unfilmed Star Trek TNG script featuring an openly gay couple
Episode Producer: finnagain
Episode Audio Editor: finnagain
Banner Art: Fox Estacado
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By Fans 4 Fans (Producer). (2017, March 5). Geek Interpreter onQueerbaiting and Transformative Fandom – Extended Cut [Episode 61B]. Three patch podcast. Podcast retrieved from http://three-patch.com/2017/03/05/episode-61b