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#CFPHighlight Language and Literature

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Language and Literature

  • Biography, Autobiography, Memoir, and Personal Narrative
  • Captivity Studies
  • Children’s / YA Culture
  • Cormac McCarthy
  • Creative Writing (Poetry, Fiction)
  • Eco-Criticism and the Environment
  • European Popular Culture and Literature
  • Folklore Studies
  • Graphic Novels, Comics, and Popular Culture
  • Linguistics
  • Literature (General)
  • Mystery / Detective Fiction
  • Myth and Fairy Tales
  • Poetry and Poetics (Critical)
  • Rhetoric and Technical Communication

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#CFPHighlight Historic and Contemporary Cultures

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Historic and Contemporary Cultures

  • American Studies and American History
  • Beats, Counterculture, and Hipsters
  • Classical Representations in Popular Culture
  • Crafting, Crafters, and Craft Culture
  • Crime and Culture
  • Esotericism and Occultism
  • Food and Culture
  • Fashion, Style, Appearance, and Identity
  • Cultural Heritage Institutions in Popular Culture
  • Mothers, Motherhood, and Mothering in Popular Culture
  • Neo-Victorianism and Steampunk
  • Philosophy and Popular Culture
  • Politics
  • Religion
  • Science, Technology, and Culture
  • Sociology of Popular Culture
  • Shakespeare in Popular Culture
  • Stardom and Fandom
  • War and Culture
  • Witchcraft, Wizardry, & New Age

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#CFPHighlight Film, Television, Music, and Visual Media

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Film, Television, Music, and Visual Media

  • SPECIAL AREA FOR 2020: The Works of Rob Thomas: Veronica Mars, iZombie, and Beyond
  • Adaptation: Literature, Film, and Culture
  • Alfred Hitchcock
  • The American West: Film and Literature
  • Animation Studies
  • Breaking Bad / Better Call Saul
  • Computer Culture
  • Consumerism and Culture
  • Film and History
  • Film Studies
  • Game Studies, Culture, Play, and Practice
  • Grateful Dead
  • Horror (Literary and Cinematic)
  • Music: Traditional, Political, Popular
  • Mystery Science Theater and the Culture of Riffing
  • Rap and Hip-Hop Culture
  • Television
  • Theatre and Performance Studies
  • Visual Arts

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#CFPHighlight: Eclectica

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.

eclectia

Eclectica

Eclectica: For Topics with No Other Home
Jeff Clayton, PhD, Lee College, English

#CFPHighlight: Teaching and the Profession

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.

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Teaching and the Profession

Pedagogy and Popular Culture
Kurt Depner, New Mexico State University — Dona Ana, English
Facebook Group: SWPACA Pedagogy & Popular Culture
Twitter: Pedagogy&PopCulture ‏@SWPCAPedagogy

#CFPHighlight: Language and Literature

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.

language

Language and Literature

Biography, Autobiography, Memoir, and Personal Narrative
Melinda McBee, PhD, Collin College, English

Captivity Narratives
B. Mark Allen, PhD, South Texas College, History and Philosophy

Children’s / Young Adult Literature and Culture
Diana Dominguez, PhD, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Literatures and Cultural Studies

Cormac McCarthy
Katherine Sugg, PhD, Central Connecticut State University, English

Creative Writing (Poetry, Fiction)
Christopher Carmona, PhD, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Eco-Criticism and the Environment
Keri Stevenson, PhD, University of New Mexico

European Popular Culture and Literature
Tyler Blake, PhD, MidAmerica Nazarene University, English

Folklore Studies
Helen McCourt, PhD, Collin College, English

Graphic Novels, Comics, and Popular Culture
Robert G. Weiner, Texas Tech University Library

Linguistics
Lisa Wagner, PhD, University of Louisville, Classical and Modern Languages

Literature (General)
Samantha Lay, PhD, University of West Alabama, English

Mystery / Detective Fiction
Lexey Bartlett, PhD, Fort Hays State University, English

Myth and Fairy Tales
Sheila Dooley, PhD, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Writing and Language Studies

Poetry and Poetics (Critical)
Scarlett Higgins, PhD, University of New Mexico, English

Rhetoric and Technical Communication
Robert Galin, University of New Mexico – Gallup, English and Communications

#CFPHighlight: Science Fiction and Fantasy

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.

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Science Fiction and Fantasy

Apocalypse, Dystopia, and Disaster in Culture
Shane Trayers, PhD, Middle Georgia State College – Macon Campus, English

Dr. Who, Torchwood, and Whoverse Studies
Melissa Tackett-Gibson, PhD, University of Colorado Denver, School of Public Affairs

Harry Potter Studies
Christopher Bell, PhD, University of Colorado – Colorado Springs, Communication

Science Fiction and Fantasy – General
Susan Fanetti, PhD, California State University – Sacramento, English
Follow the Science Fiction and Fantasy area on Facebook at www.facebook.com/swtxsff and on Twitter @swtxsffchairs

Supernatural (TV series)
Erin Giannini, PhD, Independent Scholar

Whedonverses: Creators & Texts
Susan Fanetti, PhD, California State University – Sacramento, English

Zombie Culture
Brandon Kempner, PhD, New Mexico Highlands University, EnglishThe 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.

sci-fi

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Apocalypse, Dystopia, and Disaster in Culture
Shane Trayers, PhD, Middle Georgia State College – Macon Campus, English

Dr. Who, Torchwood, and Whoverse Studies
Melissa Tackett-Gibson, PhD, University of Colorado Denver, School of Public Affairs

Harry Potter Studies
Christopher Bell, PhD, University of Colorado – Colorado Springs, Communication

Science Fiction and Fantasy – General
Susan Fanetti, PhD, California State University – Sacramento, English
Follow the Science Fiction and Fantasy area on Facebook at www.facebook.com/swtxsff and on Twitter @swtxsffchairs

Supernatural (TV series)
Erin Giannini, PhD, Independent Scholar

Whedonverses: Creators & Texts
Susan Fanetti, PhD, California State University – Sacramento, English

Zombie Culture
Brandon Kempner, PhD, New Mexico Highlands University, English