CFP: North American Science Fiction Convention Academic Track (3/15/07; 8/2/07-8/5/07)
Call for Papers, Presentations, and Participation
Academic Track=97North American Science Fiction Convention 9=20
(Arch Con 31/Tucker Con)
Abstracts for papers, panels, poster sessions, round tables, and slide =
talks are being accepted for=20
August 2-5, 2007 (Near St. Louis)
NASFiC is seeking to expand the discussion typical of a science-fiction =
convention to include the broader academic and scholarly community.
We seek proposals from a broad range of disciplinary and theoretical =
perspectives, and welcome the participation of academic, independent, =
and fan scholars to discuss science fiction (broadly defined) in any =
We also invite professionals from the science-fiction community =
(writers, actors, other creators, producers, etc.) to participate as =
respondents to presentations.
The academic track at NASFiC is designed to bring together =
science-fiction scholars, academics, historians, critics, and =
professionals and who wish to promote or engage in serious study of the =
genre, and to do so in a forum that includes the public.
Presentation may take a critical or historical perspective on science =
fiction (broadly defined) in any medium.
Submit a 100 to 200 word abstract by March 15, 2007, to:
Dr. Mark Gellis, Kettering University
Copy to Dr. Peter Coogan, Fontbonne University
Phone: (314) 719-3608
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MARCH 15, 2007
PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JULY 1, 2007
For more info: http://www.archonstl.org/31/
Hotels are already filling, we recommend making a pre-emptive hotel =
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Received on Sun Feb 04 2007 - 13:29:29 EST