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The Southwest Popular/American Culture Association (SWPACA) is pleased to announce the release of A�Dialogue A�Volume 2, Issue 1 Preview, in advance of the February, 2015 issue (Volume 2, Issue 1). This sneak peek brings you three articles and one review:
- Anthony Neelya��s a�?Girls, Guns, and Zombies: Five Dimensions of Teaching and Learning inA�The Walking Deada�?
- Amy Fatzingera��sA�a�?a��Can you imagine, a real, live Indian right here in Walnut Grove?a��: American Indians in Television Adaptations ofA�Little House on the Prairiea�?
- May Friedmana��s a�?Survivor Skills: Why I Want to Teach Reality TVa�? and
- Peter Kaya��s review a�?a�?Indy Classical Innovation: yMusica�?A�at USCa��sA�Southern Exposure New Music Seriesa�?
These articles highlight the A�interdisciplinary nature of the Journal, with contributions addressing literature, television and film; history and the post-apocalypse; adaptation and a�?realitya�?; live performances and studio recordings.
As we look towards the Spring 2015 issue, we encourage you to join us inA�celebrating the range of popular culture topics, approaches, and time periods.