Christopher Olson (Seems Obvious to Me) and I have been working on our concept of the networked gender, building off the concept of the networked self to understand the co-constructive nature of gender identity. We will be publishing a piece on using this concept to look at BMO in Adventure Time, and this represents our second case study analysis using this concept.

We have presented this analysis at the 2016 Midwest PCA/ACA conference, the 2016 OSCLG conference, and the 9th Annual WGS conference. At the last conference, we recorded my presentation of this research.

We are hoping to do more on this topic as it relates to the networked gender and the phenomenon of gendering robots.



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