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Editor: CarrieLynn D. Reinhard

Guest Editors: Matthew Barton, Kyoko Kishimoto, Michael Dando, and Sharon Cogdill

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Editorial Introduction: "All Names Are Letters"

CARRIELYNN D. REINHARD

SPECIAL ISSUE: Constructed Languages and Power

"Introduction": Conlangs and Power

MATTHEW BARTON, KYOKO KISHIMOTO, MICHAEL DANDO, AND SHARON COGDILL (GUEST EDITORS)

Interview with David J. Peterson

GUEST EDITORS

Interview with Christine Schreyer

GUEST EDITORS

Power through Othering: How Conlangs Find Value within Narratives

PARVATHY RAJENDRAN AND ANDREW KORAH

The Linguistic Shifts in Tolkien's Elvish Languages from a Socio-political Lens

MARIA BEATRIC BRANCATI, GIULIA DE MARCHI, AND BOGDAN GROZA

Shaka, When the Walls Fell: Conlangs, Metaphors, and (Mis)Communication

CRAIG A. MEYER

"They Are Coming": Klingon Subjectivity and Critique of the Federation in Star Trek: Discovery

MATTHEW BARTON, KYOKO KISHIMOTO, ED M. SADRAI, MICHAEL DANDO, AND SHARON COGDILL

Opinion: Tolkien, Race, Primary-Source Accounts, and the Adaptations

JOHN PAUL WALKER, KYOKO KISHIMOTO, MATTHEW BARTON, AND SHARON COGDILL

 

ARTICLES: Regular Submissions

Life Is Narrative: Narratives as Behavioral Models for Adults Suffering from Grief

CASSIOPEIA FLETCHER

Vaccinated Against Reality?: The Global Post-Truth, Anti-Vaccination Infodemic

KEITH MOSER

Who Holds the Power: A Textual Analysis on the Cancellation of YouTube Star David Dobrik and the Vlog Squad

AISHA POWELL

More Than the Renaissance: The Reclassification of the Disney Animated Films of the Classics Period

ALIA R. TYNER-MULLINGS

The Educational Benefits of Comics: An Exploration of the Medium as an Educational Tool

LAITH ZURAIKAT

INTERVIEW

Interview: Rachel Jurasevich and Building Bridges Between Popular Culture Studies and Narrative Studies

CARRIELYNN D. REINHARD

REVIEWS

 

The Popular Culture Studies Journal Reviews: Introduction

CHRISTOPHER J. OLSON

 

Book Reviews

Film and Television Reviews

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