Computer Culture Area panels
Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Associations 30th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, February 24-28, 2009
Paper, panel, and performance proposals on a wide range of computer culture topics, including: Art galleries online; Blogs and pedagogy; Blogs and political campaigns; Commercial Web pages; Dating and friendship services; Digital photo sharing; Distance learning; Ebay culture; Fan sites, fan fiction; Google; Information access issues; Internationalism; Library and information science topics; Manga/anime/toons; Music business, copyright cases; Netporn; Online gambling; Online ízines; Online worship; Personal Web pages; Plagiarism, pirating; Podcasting; Social diversity issues; Social networking; Sports sites and fantasy sports; Spying, surveillance, security; Terrorism; Virtual communities; Visual culture; Web page design; Wireless and mobile communication; YouTube and other public video sites.
Email proposals by November 15, 2008.
For Paper Proposals:
Submit a 150-word abstract embedded in the body of an email. Include contact information (postal and preferred email address, phone and fax numbers) and a biographical note. (We do not require participants to demonstrate expertise in the area. Because these are relatively new research fields, we wish to encourage broad participation.)
For Panel and Other Proposals, such as Performances:
Feel free to query first. Panel proposals should include all of the information requested for individual paper proposals, as well as a 100-word statement of the panelís rationale and any noteworthy organizational features and audio-visual requirements.
Department of English
Indiana University South Bend
South Bend IN 46634-7111
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