CFP Highlight: Historic and Contemporary Cultures

2017-Historic-and-Contemporary-CulturesHistoric and Contemporary Cultures is full of great topics. Find the one that relates to you below, then review the expanded information for submitting your work. Find more subject areas on our call for papers page as well!

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American Studies and American History
Deborah Marinski, PhD, Ohio University – Southern Campus, History, marinski@ohio.edu 

Beats, Counterculture, and Hipsters
Christopher Carmona, PhD, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Creative Writing, christophercarmona@icloud.com 

Classical Representations in Popular Culture
Benjamin Haller, PhD, Virginia Wesleyan College, Classics, bhaller@vwc.eduhttps://www.facebook.com/classical.representations 

Crime and Culture
Darrell Hamlin, PhD, Fort Hays State University, Justice Studies, dahamlin@fhsu.edu 

Fashion, Style, Appearance, & Identity
Carla Perez, PhD, University of the Incarnate Word, Fashion Management, perezc@uiwtx.edu 

Food and Culture
Laura Anh Williams, PhD, New Mexico State University, Women’s Studies, lawill@nmsu.edu 

The Geek and Popular Culture
Kathryn Lane, PhD, Northwest Oklahoma State University, English, kelane@nwosu.edu 

Libraries, Archives, Museums, & Popular Culture
Janet Brennan Croft, Rutgers University Library, jbc134@rulmail.rutgers.edu 

Material Culture and the Built Environment
Lisa Schrenk, PhD, University of Arizona, Architectural History, lschrenk@email.arizona.edu 

Mothers, Motherhood, and Mothering in Popular Culture
Kathleen Lacey, SWPACA Leadership Institute Fellow, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, klacey@southwestpca.org 

Motor Culture and the Road
Stacy Rusnak, PhD, Georgia Gwinnett College, Film, srusnak@ggc.edu 

Neo-Victorianism and Steampunk
Gordon Marshall, PhD, Ankara University, American Studies, gordmarshall@gmail.com 

Philosophy and Popular Culture
Burcu Gurkan, PhD, Istanbul Sehir University, Foreign Languages, philswpca@gmail.com 

Politics
Adam Crowley, PhD, Husson University, English, crowleya@husson.edu

Religion
Warren Kay, PhD, Merrimack College, Religious & Theological Studies, kayw@merrimack.edu 

Science, Technology, and Culture
Aaron Adair, PhD, Independent Scholar, adairaar@gmail.com 

The Sociology of Popular Culture
Bruce Day, PhD, Central Connecticut State University, Sociology, dayb@ccsu.edu

Shakespeare in Popular Culture
Jessica Maerz, PhD, University of Arizona, Theatre Studies, jmaerz@email.arizona.edu 

Stardom and Fandom
Lynn Zubernis, PhD, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, Counselor Education, lzubernis@wcupa.edu 

War and Culture
Steffen Hantke, PhD, Sogang University, English, steffenhantke@gmail.com

 

See more subject areas on our call for papers page!