Presentations & Publications

Peer Reviewed Articles

  • Dahlberg-Dodd, H. E. (forthcoming). Ghost in the Archive: The Author in the Post-Internet Age. Transformative Works and Cultures.
  • Dahlberg-Dodd, H. E. (2018). Voices of the Hero: Dominant masculine ideologies through the speech of Japanese shōnen protagonists. Gender & Language 12(3): 347-371. [link]

Conference Proceedings

  • Dahlberg-Dodd, H. E. (forthcoming). Stylistic variation and mediatized otaku personae: ‘Steins;Gate’ and the Akihabara Chronotope. Buckeye East Asian Linguistics vol. 4.
  • Dahlberg-Dodd, H. E. (2018). Talking like a Shōnen Hero: Reframing masculinity in post-bubble era Japan through the lens of boku and ore. Buckeye East Asian Linguistics vol. 3. [PDF]
  • Dodd, H. E. (2016). 「ぼく」の世界、「わたし」の世界—ポップ音楽における日本人女性歌手のア イデンティティ流動性—[’My’ World, ‘My’ World: The Identity Fluidity of Female Pop Singers in Japanese Pop Music]. In 役割語とキャラクター言語研究国際ワークショップ報告論集 2015 [Papers from the International Workshop on Role Language and Character Language in 2015], 165-176. [PDF]

Conferences

  • Dahlberg-Dodd, H. E. (2018, October 22). Stylistic variation and mediatized otaku personae: ‘Steins;Gate’ and the Akihabara Chronotope. Poster presented at the 3rd BBuckeye East Asian Linguistics Forum, Columbus, OH, USA.
  • Dahlberg-Dodd, H. E. (2018, April 20-22). Orthographic variation and ”you”: Imagining the readership of Japanese yuri comics. Poster presented at the 25th Lavender Languages and Linguistics Conference, Providence, RI, USA.
  • Dahlberg-Dodd, H. E. (2018, March 28-31). Chronotopic Protagonists: An Examination of Dominant Gender Ideologies through Japanese Shōnen Anime. Paper presented at the 2018 Popular Culture Association National Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Dahlberg-Dodd, H. E. (2018, March 22-25). Anything for O-neesama: ‘Young Lady-speak’ as a Tool of Same-sex Desire in Japanese Yuri Narratives. Paper presented at the 2018 Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  • Dodd, H. E. (2017, April 28-30). Constructing the ”Lily Princess”: An initial study into the dialogue of Japanese yuri comics. Paper presented as part of a panel on Japanese Queer Linguistics at the 24th Lavender Languages and Linguistics Conference, Nottingham, UK.
  • Dodd, H. E. (2017, April 7-8). ”Welcome to the Sorority”: Second-person pronouns and the diverse readership of Comic Yuri Hime. Paper presented at the 4th Annual UC Berkeley Japan Studies Graduate Student Conference, Berkeley, California, USA.
  • Dodd, H. E. (2016, October 21). Talking like a Shōnen Hero: A diachronic analysis of Japanese first-person pronouns in anime. Poster presented at the Buckeye East Asian Linguistics Forum 2, Columbus, Ohio, USA. [PDF]
  • Dodd, H. E. (2016, May 19-21). What Makes a Hero?: A diachronic look at the speech qualities of shōnen anime protagonists. Paper presented at the 9th International Gender and Language Association Conference, Hong Kong.
  • Dodd, H. E. (2015, November 15). Tracking social identity perception through pronouns and sentence-final expressions. Paper presented at the 5th DEALL Fall Research Roundtable, Columbus, Ohio, USA.
  • Dodd, H. E. (2015, February 16-17). Identity Navigation by Female Japanese Speakers in Today’s Pop Music. Paper presented at the Role Language and Character Language Research International Workshop, Osaka, Japan.
  • Dodd, H. E. (2014, April 12). Japanese Pronoun Navigation: Gender-inclusive boku in a pop culture context. Paper presented at the 1st OSU Workshop on East Asian Studies, Columbus, Ohio, USA.