As Area Chair for the SPORTS AREA of the Popular Culture Association and the American Culture Association, I invite proposals for individual presentations or panels to be presented at the POPULAR CULTURE ASSOCIATION AND AMERICAN CULTURE ASSOCIATION
Annual meeting to be held at the SAN ANTONIO MARRIOTT RIVER CENTER SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
April 7 - 10, 2004
Papers or presentations should be planned for no more than twenty minutes and should emphasize audience involvement and aim at stimulating questions and discussion. Media presentations are especially welcomed. We will be happy to supply TV/VCRs and/or slide projectors. Please check the conference web site for any newly added AV equipment. Topics related to any and all aspects of sports and sports history in the Southwest and in Texas are especially invited. Topics on all areas of sports (history, literature, sociology, physical education and recreation, current issues, etc.) are welcomed. The absolute deadline for a 250-word abstract is November 15, 2002. Inquiries about possible papers or proposals for sessions are also welcomed. There will be a strict limitation of one presentation per person for this conference. All presenters must register for the convention and be a current member of either the PCA or the ACA. Pre-registration for the meeting is required in order for participants to have their names listed in the conference program. Please include a mailing address on all e-mails.
If your paper is accepted, you will receive an acceptance letter, a registration form for the conference, the information you’ll need to join the PCA/ACA, and the room reservation form for the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter via postal mail.
Southern Utah University
Department of Social Sciences
351 W Center Street, CN 225
Cedar City, UT 84720
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