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Mr A. (Argyrios) Emmanouloudis MA

Faculty of Humanities
Capaciteitsgroep Engelse taal en cultuur

  • About me

    I am a media studies researcher based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, working on my PhD on video game fandom and user-generated content as a means of resistance. I also became a teaching assistant of the course ‘Games’ offered by the University of Amsterdam.  In my research interests are: user-generated content, popular culture and fandom, convergence, media effects and implications, media production, and audience research.

  • Publications

    2018

    • Goggin, J., & Emmanouloudis, A. (2018). The Pro Wrestling Audience as Imagined Community: Reflecting on WWE’s Audience as a ‘Fan-Generated Narrative’ Body. In Colliding Inside the Squared Circle: The Convergent Nature of Professional Wrestling Routledge.

    2017

    2018

    2016

    • Antonopoulos, N., Veglis, A., & Emmanouloudis, A. (2016). Media websites and their visitors’ choices on cookies. In The European Conference on Media, Communication & Film 2016: Official Conference Proceedings (pp. 61-71). The International Academic Forum. [details]

    2017

    Talk / presentation

    • Emmanouloudis, A. (speaker) (27-6-2018). Gaining a ‘Fandvantage’: Financing and Community Building in On-line Video Game Fandom, Media tactics and engagements. , Amsterdam, Netherlands.

    Others

    • Goggin, J. (organiser) & Emmanouloudis, A. (organiser) (27-9-2018 - 28-9-2018). Association of Adaptation Studies Annual Conference 2018, Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Emmanouloudis, A. (participant) (18-11-2017 - 19-11-2017). Dutch Comic Con: Winter Edition (other).
    • Emmanouloudis, A. (participant) (2017). Theorising the Popular, Liverpool, United Kingdom (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Emmanouloudis, A. (participant) (18-6-2016). The Wrestling Symposium (other).
    • Emmanouloudis, A. (participant) (12-11-2015). Europen Fan Cultures 2015, Rotterdam, Netherlands. You are not alone. The emergence of fan communities around user generated content: A comparative analysis (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
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  • Ancillary activities
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