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Michael C. McShane III graduated from Cabrini
University in the winter of 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts in English and history. Concentrating in film and media studies, Michael has been
interested in reading media as a form of literature, analyzing TV,
films, and video games as sociological tools. In particular, the
cross-pollination between visual media and the sociocultural
construction of the body has been the primary focus of Michael’s
academic research, combining perspectives from film and media studies,
gender and body studies, and literary theory.
undergraduate English capstone, titled “Made Men, Unmade Women: The
Commodification of Tracee in The Sopranos,” analyzed masculine hegemony
in The Sopranos’ fictional mafia with a deep focus on the
commodification of female sex workers, as well as Foucault and Agamben’s
conceptions of biopower.
“The Issue of Ruby and Goda: The Harmful Effects
of Negative Transgender Portrayals in Yakuza Kiwami and the Video Game
Medium.” Body Studies Journal, vol. 3, no. 1, 2021, pp. 67-77.
“Malcolm X: Interrogating Historiographic
Legacy.” Arts, Research & Scholarship Symposium. 4 May 2021, Cabrini
University, virtual. PowerPoint presentation.
“The Issue of Ruby and
Goda: Examining the Harmful Effects of Yakuza Kiwami’s Negative
Portrayal of Transgender Persons.” SEPCHE Honors Conference.
Southeastern Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education, 27 Mar. 2021,
Holy Family University, virtual. Video presentation.
Alexander Morgan: The Issue of a Western Perspective in a Latin American
Conflict.” SEPCHE Honors Conference. Southeastern Pennsylvania
Consortium for Higher Education, 23 Mar. 2019, Cabrini University,
Radnor, PA. Paper presentation.
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