The Protest Issues and Actions section of the Popular Culture
Association (PC) seeks proposals for its annual paper sessions at the 2014 PCA Conference to be held in Chicago, Il, April 16-19, 2014. Any disciplinary approach may be used to examine dissent, past or present, in a local, national or international setting. Papers may focus on works by specific writers or artists; the history of a specific movement, protest or action; as well as the rhetoric, politics, sociology, or symbolism of specific protests. Past topics have included studies of protests by environmental, antiwar, gun rights, human, animal and gay rights groups, as well as how marches, imagery, music, theater, literature and art have played a role in Protest.
To Submit a Paper, go to the Conference website www.pcaaca.org. On the main page go to Subject Area, click on
P and click on Protest Issues and Actions. Follow the directions on that page.
Email the chair if you have any questions about the process or about a topic.
Lotte Larsen, Chair
Protest Issues and Actions
Emeritus Assoc. Professor,
Western Oregon University
Monmouth, Or 97301 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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