Southwest/Texas Popular and American Culture Association 34th Annual Conference, February 13-16, 2013, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Area: Motor Culture and the Road
Deadline for Submissions: November 16, 2012
Motor Culture and the Road relates to a wide variety of areas of cultural significance in the global context. By expanding the concept of “motor” to mobility in general, and increasing our understanding of the road as both a liberating and confining space, we can explore our ever-shifting notions of identity formation.
SWTX welcomes scholars at all levels. Graduate students are encouraged, and SWTX awards a number of monetary awards for the best graduate papers
Potential Topics: The Road Movie, Videogames, Art, Advertising, Architecture, Gender, Race, Any aspect of Car/Motorcycle Culture: Shows, Customs, Industry; The Road, Route 66, Maps, GPS, Nation and Citizenship "Going Green." SWTX welcomes any topic relating to Motor Culture and the Road.
Dr. Stacy Rusnak, Assistant Professor of Film
Georgia Gwinnett College, School of Liberal Arts
1000 University Center Lane, I-3115
Lawrenceville, GA 30043
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