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Call For Papers

#CFPHighlight: Film, Television, Music, and Visual Media

The Southwest Popular/American Culture Association is accepting papers for SWPACA19. More details about each of the subject areas can be found on our Call for Papers page. After you find the subject area that fits your work, follow the instructions on the Conference Registration Information page to submit your work for consideration.


Film, Television, Music, and Visual Media

Adaptation: Literature, Film, and Culture
Amy Fatzinger, PhD, University of Arizona, American Indian Studies

Alfred Hitchcock
Michael Howarth, PhD, Missouri Southern State University, English

The American West: Film and Literature
Larry Van Meter, PhD, Blinn College, English

Animation Studies
Francisco Ortega, PhD, Texas Tech University

Breaking Bad / Better Call Saul
Nick Gerlich, PhD, West Texas A&M University, Marketing

Computer Culture
Adam Crowley, PhD, Husson University, English

Consumerism and Culture
Melissa Tackett-Gibson, PhD, University of Colorado Denver, School of Public Affairs

Film and History
Brad Duren, PhD, Oklahoma Panhandle State University, Behavioral & Social Sciences

Film Studies
Allen Redmon, PhD, Texas A&M University Central Texas, English and Film Studies

Game Studies, Culture, Play, and Practice
Judd Ruggill, PhD, University of Arizona

Grateful Dead
Nicholas Meriwether, Center for Countercultural Studies

Horror (Literary and Cinematic)
Steffen Hantke, PhD, Sogang University, English

Music: Traditional, Political, Popular
Cody Smith, PhD, North Lake College, History

Mystery Science Theater and the Culture of Riffing
Brad Duren, PhD, Oklahoma Panhandle State University, Behavioral & Social Sciences

Rap and Hip-Hop Culture
Robert Tinajero, PhD, University of North Texas-Dallas

Jamel Garrett, Assistant Area Chair, Michael K. Schoenecke Leadership Institute Fellow

Melanie Cattrell, PhD, Blinn College, English

Theatre and Performance Studies
Monica Ganas, PhD, Azusa Pacific University, Theater

Visual Arts
Nancy Kay, PhD, Independent Scholar