Call for Papers: Pacific Sociological Association: The Crossover: Hip-Hop, Commercialization and American Culture
2008 PSA Meeting – April 10th-13th, 2008 at the Marriott Hotel in Portland, OR.
Presentation proposals are now being accepted for The Crossover: Hip-Hop, Commercialization and American Culture session of the 2008 Pacific Sociological Association meeting in Portland, OR, April 10th -13th 2008. The session organizer seeks presentations from faculty and/or graduate students who are currently involved in research on the effects of commercialization on Hip-Hop music and culture and also on how the commercialization of Hip-Hop has affected the broader American culture in the last 25+ years. All disciplines are welcome!
Please send presentation titles and abstracts of 200-250 words via e-mail or mail (e-mail is greatly preferred) by November 1st 2007 to Michael Barnes at the addresses below. Make sure to include home department and institutional affiliation with your proposal.
Session Organizer: PSA 2008
Department of Sociology
University of California-Berkeley
410 Barrows Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720
For additional submission information from the Pacific Sociological Association and more details on the conference:
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