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CFP: Supernatural (TV series) SW/TX PCA/ACA (12/1/11; 2/8-11/12)
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Southwest/Texas Popular Culture & American Culture Associations, Science Fiction & Fantasy Area
Join us for the 33rd Annual Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Associations Conference, February 8-11, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Area Chairs of the Southwest/Texas Popular Culture/American Culture Associations (www.swtxpca.org) invites paper or panel proposals about the television series Supernatural.
Proposal submission deadline: December 1, 2011.
Any and all topics will be considered, although we especially encourage proposals on:
Submit 250 word paper or 500 word panel proposals to: http://conference2012.swtxpca.org/ (Choose the area “Science Fiction & Fantasy – Supernatural.” Online submission will be available after September 1. If you are experiencing difficulties with the website, please email your proposal to the address listed below.)
Direction questions to: Tamy Burnett, email@example.com
Deadline for proposal submissions: December 1, 2011. Earlier proposals are welcomed and will be responded to with all due haste. The registration deadline is December 31, 2011. All participants must register by that date or they will not be permitted to present or appear in the program.
For more details on the conference, please visit the Southwest/Texas Popular Culture/American Culture Association: www.swtxpca.org.
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More about the SF&F Area:
The Area was founded in 1995 by Prof. Richard Tuerk of the Texas A&M University-Commerce (formerly East Texas State University) and author of Oz in Perspective (McFarland, 2007). The Area is currently chaired by Ximena Gallardo C. of the City University of New York-LaGuardia and co-author of Alien Woman: The Making of Lt. Ellen Ripley (Continuum: 2004), Alyson Buckman of the California State University-Sacramento and winner of the 2011 Mr. Pointy Award for best essay in Whedon Studies; Tamy Burnett of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, co-editor of The Literary Angel (McFarland, 2010); and Brian Cowlishaw of Northeastern State University, author of "No Future Shock Here: The Jetsons, Happy Tech, and the Patriarchy" (The Galaxy is Rated G, McFarland: 2011). Though the co-chairs consult on submissions, Ximena is primarily responsible for the general organization of the conference panels and coordinates special panels, Alyson and Tamy coordinate the Whedonverse panels (Buffy, Firefly, Angel, and etc.), Tamy coordinates annual special topics related to SFF television, and Brian reviews and organizes the literature panels and other special topics (this year Twilight and Game of Thrones).