“Popular culture" comprises a diversity of forms, including--but not limited to--film, television, comics, music, radio, digital media & the internet, and/or children's literature. This conference will explore popular culture from various perspectives: How has the term "popular culture" and/or what it includes evolved over time? How is popular culture relevant to academic study? How are popular works expressive of the culture from which they emanate? How do works of popular culture intersect with issues of gender, class, sexuality, and/or race?
Undergraduate students of all disciplines are invited to submit abstracts for individual or panel presentations on these or any other topics related to the study of popular culture.
Call for Papers due March 10, 2012
Please send 250 word paper proposal in an attached .doc or .docx to firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference located at Misericordia University
301 Lake Street Dallas, PA 18612
Free to Misericordia Students & Faculty
Non-MU Students: $10
Non-MU Faculty or Guests: $15
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