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Peter M. Coogan

One of the Heads of the Academic Comic Arts Conference

Fontbonne University

HQ Phone:  (314) 862-3456

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Fontbonne University

6800 WYDOWN BLVD

St. Louis, Missouri,63105

United States

Company Description

Fontbonne University is a nonprofit Catholic coeducational institution of higher education offering liberal arts and professional programs in a values-based, student-centered environment. Nearly 2,000 students annually take advantage of the university's high-q... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Communication Lab Coordinator

Washington University


Editor

Academic Coaching and Writing LLC


Director of Internal Operations

Institute for Comics Studies


Affiliations

APA

Member of the Electronic References Advisory Committee


San Diego Christian College

Moderator of the Comics Arts Conference


Justice League

Member


CAC

Co-Founder


Education

MA

popular culture

Bowling Green State University


PhD

American Studies

Michigan State University


Web References(88 Total References)


M/C Journal: Contributors - R

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Her major project at present is co-editing (with Peter M. Coogan, of Fontbonne University) a book collection on Superheroes and Trauma.


The Wold Newton Universe - Articles, Part X

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2004 San Diego Comic Con, Comics Arts Conference: Literary Archaeology and Parascholarship By Win Eckert, Pete Coogan, and Chuck Loridans
Billy Batson, Radio Raconteur By Dr. Peter M. Coogan English-Mangani / Mangani-English Dictionary By Dr. Peter M. Coogan By Win Eckert, Pete Coogan, and Chuck Loridans Thursday, July 22, 2004: 3:00-4:00 Comics Arts Conference Session 2: Literary Archaeology and Parascholarship—Contributors to Creative Mythography: An Expansion of Philip José Farmer's Wold Newton Universe, editor Win Eckert, Pete Coogan (Fontbonne University), and Wold-Newton scholar Chuck Loridans explain the literary archeology of works of parascholarship such as Farmer’s hoax biography Tarzan Alive , Mark Gruenwald’s prozine Omniverse, and James Sturm’s Unstable Molecules. Here is the Response by Dr. Clyde McDaniel . Win Eckert, Pete Coogan, and Chuck Loridans would like to thank Dr. McDaniel for his interest in, and attention to, our efforts. The text of these articles is ©2004-2005 by the authors, Win Eckert , Pete Coogan , Chuck Loridans , and Clyde McDaniel.


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10:30-11:30 Comics Arts Conference Session #9: Superheroes, Villains, and Vixens: A Discussion of the Top Pop-Culture Icons of 20th-Century Comicdom- Gina Misiroglu (Visible Ink Press), Peter Coogan (Fontbonne University), Alex Boney (Ohio State University), and Danny Fingeroth (Disguised as Clark Kent) discuss the popularity of the superhero and supervillain in popular culture (why some are fleeting, why some endure), the evolution of both heroes and villains in comics, characters who have alternately been hero and villains, and the unique dynamic between hero and villain and how that relationship has changed-and in many ways remained the same-since the early 20th century, when superheroes first made their mark on the comics pages.


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10:30-11:30 Comics Arts Conference Session #9: Superheroes, Villains, and Vixens: A Discussion of the Top Pop-Culture Icons of 20th-Century Comicdom- Gina Misiroglu (Visible Ink Press), Peter Coogan (Fontbonne University), Alex Boney (Ohio State University), and Danny Fingeroth (Disguised as Clark Kent) discuss the popularity of the superhero and supervillain in popular culture (why some are fleeting, why some endure), the evolution of both heroes and villains in comics, characters who have alternately been hero and villains, and the unique dynamic between hero and villain and how that relationship has changed-and in many ways remained the same-since the early 20th century, when superheroes first made their mark on the comics pages.


ACW Coaches | ACW Consultants

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Peter Coogan
Peter Coogan Peter has read approximately 10,000 pieces of student writing as a college teacher, writing center coach, and writing consultant, and he has worked for Academic Coaching and Writing as an editor since 2008. He specializes in helping students enter and succeed in the academic discourse community and has a particular expertise in the American Psychological Association's formatting and referencing style. He served as a member of the APA's electronic references advisory committee and provided feedback on the 2008 revision of the APA electronic references style guide. He specializes in working with faculty and students on assignment literacy-writing, reading, and understanding assignments and the assignment process-and has given talks and conducted workshops on assignment literacy at colleges in the Midwest. Peter originated two pedagogical techniques that have markedly improved student performance when applied-assignment templating and color-coded commenting. In addition to working with ACW clients, Peter is the Communication Lab Coordinator for the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. He earned his MA in popular culture at Bowling Green State University and his PhD in American Studies at Michigan State University. He is a nationally known expert on comics and superheroes.


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