UPDATE: [Film] UPDATE: Film and Television of 1979 (12/1; SW/TX PCA/ACA 2/25-2/28/09)

full name / name of organization: 
Phil Heldrich
contact email: 
pheldrich@sbcglobal.net

UPDATE: REDUCED FEE DEADLINE 11/15/2008

CFP: Film and Television of 1979 (12/1; SW/TX PCA/ACA; 2/25-2/28/09)

Final Deadline for submission: December 1, 2008
(Reduced Fee Deadline 11/15/08)

Online: http://SWTXPCA.ORG

Keynote Speaker: Former New Mexico Governor David F. Cargo (1967-1971)

30th Anniversary Meeting!
Southwest/Texas Popular and American Culture Associations
February 25–28, 2009
Hyatt Regency Albuquerque
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Papers actively being sought for our 30th Birthday theme: “Reeling in the
Years: 30 Years of Film, TV, and Popular Culture.” We are particularly
interested in explorations of film, TV, and popular culture of the last 30
years with an emphasis on the popular culture of 1979.

Send abstracts to theme Area Chair:
Dr. Philip Heldrich at pheldrich @sbcglobal.net
[remove space before @ symbol when copying address to send]

The SW/TX PCA/ ACA also invites papers for one of its 70+ Area offerings in
American Studies, Literature, Film, Television, Science Fiction and
Fantasy, Ethnic and Gender Studies, Ecocriticism, Southwest Culture,
Western Studies, Writing Pedagogy, Creative Writing, and many more!

Since the 1970s, the Southwest/Texas PCA/ACA has sought to foster
interdisciplinary study of popular and American literary, historical,
visual, and other cultural and media texts. We like to think we are a
unique organization that pioneered the study of Popular Culture before it
was cool. While our offerings have grown over the years to include areas
of international study, we still invite scholars and artists to share their
perspectives on American life in the diverse region of the Southwest.

This year’s keynote address will be given by former New Mexico Governor
David F. Cargo. David F. Cargo began his legislative career in the New
Mexico State House of Representatives from 1963-1967, then served two terms
as the Governor of New Mexico from 1967-1971. As Governor, David Cargo
founded the New Mexico Film Commission, the first of its kind nationwide,
which brought Hollywood film production to New Mexico. Continuing a
tradition of governors who act, David Cargo played roles in several films
such as The Gatling Gun (1973), Bunny O’Hare (1971), and Up in the Cellar
(1971) about a student poet who seduces his college president's wife,
daughter, and girlfriend over lost financial aid. Gov. Cargo holds a B.A.,
M.A., and law degree from the University of Michigan.

Information about our areas of study, graduate student awards, conference
travel, lodging, and the organization can be found on our regularly updated
website:

SWTXPCA.ORG

Come celebrate 30 years with us in sunny Albuquerque where we invite you to
explore Route 66, local pueblos, hiking trails, museums, the Sandia and
Isleta casinos, area ski resorts, and nearby Santa Fe.

After browsing our website <http:/swtxpca.org>, if you still have
questions, contact our conference administrator: Sally Sanchez:
pcaacaswtx_at_sbcglobal.net

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