Call for Papers: Film, Television, Music, and Visual Media

2016 Subject AreasCALL FOR PAPERS #SWPACA16!

Film, Television, Music, and Visual Media is full of great topics. Find the one that relates to you below, then download the specific PDF call for papers for information on submitting your work. Find more subject areas on our call for papers page as well!

Adaptation: Literature, Film, and Culture
Chuck Hamilton, PhD, Northeast Texas Community College, English, chamilton@ntcc.edu

Advertising and Consumer Culture
Patricia Boyd, PhD, Arizona State University, English, Patricia.Boyd@asu.edu

Alfred Hitchcock
Michael Howarth, PhD, Missouri Southern State University, English, Howarth-M@mssu.edu

The American West: Film and Literature
Larry Van Meter, PhD, Blinn College, English, larry.vanmeter@gmail.com

Breaking Bad / Better Call Saul
Nick Gerlich, PhD, West Texas A&M University, Marketing, ngerlich@wtamu.edu

Computer Culture
Natasha Chuk, PhD, School of Visual Arts, Art History, natychuk@gmail.com

Digital Humanities
David D. Oberhelman, PhD, Oklahoma State University Library, d.oberhelman@okstate.eduhttp://dhswpaca.wordpress.com

Film and History
Brad Duren, PhD, Oklahoma Panhandle State University, Behavioral & Social Sciences, duren@opsu.edu

Film Studies
Allen Redmon, PhD, Texas A&M University – Central Texas, English, allen.redmon@ct.tamus.edu

Film Theory and Aesthetics
Jennifer L. Jenkins, PhD, University of Arizona, English, jenkinsj@email.arizona.edu

Game Studies, Culture, Play, and Practice
Judd Ruggill, PhD, Arizona State University, Communication, jruggill@asu.edu

Grateful Dead
Nicholas Meriwether, University of California – Santa Cruz, McHenry Library, nicholas@ucsc.edu

Horror (Literary and Cinematic)
Steffen Hantke, PhD, Sogang University, English, steffenhantke@gmail.com

James Bond, Espionage, and Eurospy
Michele Brittany, Independent Scholar, spyfi.superspies@gmail.com

Music: Traditional, Political, Popular
Cody Smith, PhD, College of the Mainland, History, codyhsmith@gmail.com

Mystery Science Theater and the Culture of Riffing
Robert G. Weiner, Texas Tech University Library, rweiner5@sbcglobal.net

Rap and Hip-Hop Culture
Robert Tinajero, PhD, Paul Quinn College, English, hiphopcfp@hotmail.com

Reality TV
Dalyn Luedtke, PhD, Norwich University, English and Communications, dalyn@norwich.edu

Television
Monica Ganas, PhD, Azusa Pacific University, Theater, Mganas@apu.edu

Theatre and Performance Studies
Lynn Sally, PhD, Metropolitan College of New York, American Urban Studies, lsally@mcny.edu

Visual Arts
Nancy Kay, PhD, Merrimack College, Art History,kayn@merrimack.edu

 

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