Emily Dickinson and Popular Culture
South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Atlanta, Georgia, November 3-5, 2017
The Emily Dickinson International Society has a guaranteed panel at this year's SAMLA, and we are seeking projects that explore Emily Dickinson and popular culture. Topics can include but are not limited to: cinematic or dramatic representations of Dickinson’s life and work; Dickinson and music; realities versus popular myths; pop culture references within Dickinson’s work; Dickinson’s reception in popular culture in the nineteenth, twentieth, or twenty-first century. Creative works and submissions by graduate students are encouraged. By July 21, 2017, please submit a CV, 250-word project description, and A/V requirements to Dr. Trisha Kannan at firstname.lastname@example.org.