PCAS / ACAS Savannah, Georgia October 7-9, 2010
PCAS / ACAS
The Popular Culture Association in the South and the American Culture Association in the South meet every year to present and discuss ideas about popular culture, American and world-wide.
Here is a sampling of topic areas at last year's meeting:
film, mass media, sports, myths, utopias, feminist and gender studies, religion, insanity, identity, humor, horror, literature, social history, cookbooks, rhetoric, aspects of material culture, consumerism, vampirism, military history.
We encourage panels organized around one issue or theme. The program chairs will be glad to help you with that.
Papers are limited to twenty (20) minutes or less. All submissions will be acknowledged. Please send an abstract of at least 200 words, and with it your e-mail address and cell phone or land line number to
(Submission deadline: June 1, 2010)
If you will need audio-visual support, please note that need on your abstract. We can only schedule overhead or DVD/VCR w/monitor. No LCD projectors will be available.
Since the Savannah conferences are unusually popular, we encourage you to submit your abstract and register for the conference and at the conference hotel, the Marriott, early.
We welcome submissions from graduate and undergraduate
students. We award a prize for the best student
papers both in American Culture Studies and
Popular Culture Studies. Please make your student
status clear on your abstract and registration form.
For more association, conference, or journal information, visit the PCAS/ACAS website: www.pcasacas.org
The Marriott Savannah Riverfront
100 General McIntosh Blvd
Savannah, GA 31401
Reservation deadline: September 6, 2010
For registration information, contact the PCAS/ACAS Executive Secretary, Diane Calhoun-French at
(502) 213-2621 or email@example.com