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The University of British Columbia Masters of Arts in Children's Literature (MACL) Program.

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Day 2 of the conference
First day of conference is over. Join us tomorrow for more amazing panels!

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In the Shadows begins in less than 3 hours! It’s not too late to register! #childrenslit #InTheShadows18 #gradschool #monstrosity
In the Shadows begins tomorrow! Hope to see you all there! #ubcmacl #childrenslit #monstrosity #graduateconference #IntheShadows2018
Our fourteenth and final panel will be presented by graduate students from Simmons College, Simon Fraser University, Trinity Western University, and the University of British Columbia: "Misbegotten Creatures" *Creative Presentation*

Diabolical Deviants or Authoritative Rulers? Male librarians in works for children 
A Prankster Even in Death: The Death of Sirius Black and its Subversion of Conventions

Both the Wolf and the Bumblebee: Coming to Know the Divine in George MacDonald's At the Back of the North Wind 
For more details, visit blogs.ubc.ca/intheshadows.
Two short days until In the Shadows! It’s not too late to register through our website!
Only 3 days left to register for In the Shadows conference!

https://blogs.ubc.ca/intheshadows/
Our thirteenth panel will be presented by graduate students from the University of Manitoba and the University of British Columbia: 
Genocidal Rape and the Quest towards a Posthuman Subject: A Posthumanist Reading of Okorafor’s Who Fears Death

Monstrous Narratives of Trauma and Disability in Majorie Liu’s Monstress

Running Scrambled *Creative Presentation* "Stories are the wildest things of all": Storytelling, Trauma, and the Child’s Imagination 
For more details, visit blogs.ubc.ca/intheshadows
Our academic keynote speaker and SUNY Plattsburgh professor Dr. Elaine Ostry answered 5 questions on her literary interests and reasons for becoming a scholar! Read the full interview on our website.

https://blogs.ubc.ca/intheshadows/keynotes/elaine-ostry/
Our twelfth panel will be presented by graduate students from the University of Denver, Concordia University, and the University of British Columbia:

Hope and Helplessness: Monsters and Connections in M.T. Anderson's Feed “Coming home will be different now:” Spatial Modes of Connection, Resistance, and Transformation in YA Fiction “Why Are You Brown?” *Creative Presentation*

For more details, visit blogs.ubc.ca/intheshadows
Our eleventh panel will be presented by graduate students from Queen's University, the University of California, and Texas State University. 
Monstrous Bullies: Godzilla's Offspring and Japanese Children in 1960s Japan

Villains in Iranian films for children, A case study of Golnar

Borderlands *Creative Presentation*

For more details, visit blogs.ubc.ca/intheshadows
Our tenth panel will be presented by graduate students from the University of British Columbia:

Poor Unfortunate Souls: Adapting Villains to the Musical Stage

Once Upon a Feminist Dream?: Disney’s Maleficent and (Faux) Feminism 
Monstrous transformation in the works of Diana Wynne Jones: civilized villains taking tea, turning nephews into monsters

For more details, visit blogs.ubc.ca/intheshadows