CFP: Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association Conference (6/15/06; 10/27/06-10/29/06)

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General Call For Papers — Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association
— Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD from 10/27-29, 2006

Deadline: 6/15-06
This is a general call for papers for the more than 40 session topics
listed below. We welcome proposals on all aspects of American and Popular
culture. To submit a proposal, please send a 150-word abstract (include AV
needs; please note MAPACA supplies carousel projectors/screens and
VCR/monitor) and a brief CV or bio to the appropriate area chair by
6/15-2006. Panels of 3 or 4 presenters, single papers, roundtables, or
alternative formats are encouraged. Sliding scale registration fees apply.
For further information and descriptions of areas, please visit
American Studies
Anita Vickers
Art & Architecture
Raphy Sarkissian
Children and Childhood Studies
Vibiana Bowman
Comics/Cartoons/Video Gaming
Gary Earl Ross
Death in American Culture
Andrew Schopp
Detective Fiction
Alexander Howe
Disability Studies
Alison Smith
Domestic Violence and Culture
Kimberly Golden
Education & Social Change
Patrice Ross
Environment & Culture
Betsy McCully
Film Studies
Ralph R. Donald
Food and Culture
Monika Bolino
Allan N. Benn
A. Schopp and L.M. Miller
Internet Culture
Mary Lou Nemanic
Latino/a Studies
S. Kaebnick & E. Morales-Diaz
Transgender Studies
Cathy Leaker
Local Popular Culture
Nick Baxter-Moore
Medieval Studies
Annalisa Castaldo
Music and Culture
Kimberly Golden
Native American Studies
Ron Denson
Performance Studies
Louis Scheeder
Popular Culture and Activism
Alison Smith
Popular Literary Landscapes
Bill Mistichelli
Popular Novels
Anne K. Kaler
Radio and Sound Technology
Thomas Kitts
Religion and Popular Culture
Richard Currie
Rock and Roll Culture
Thomas Kitts
Cathy Leaker
Science, Technology & Culture
Lois Ascher
Sexuality and Erotica
Gary Earl Ross
Shakespeare (and Friends) in Popular Culture
Annalisa Castaldo
Bob Trumpbour
Technology & the Home
Rett Lorance
Scott Ash
Travel and Tourism
Gene McQuillan
Urban Culture
Blagovesta Momchedjikova
Visual Culture
Tracey Bowen
Andrew Schopp
Women's Studies and
A Rose by Any Other Name: Female Self-Fashioning and the Marketplace
S. Weinstein and E. Dill
Working Class Studies
Mary Lou Nemanic
Special Session: J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis: Books and Films
Bill Mistichelli
Special Session: The Harry Potter Phenomenon
Richard Currie
Special Session: A Storied Life: The Apocryphal Biography and Autobiography
Rett Lorance
Special Session: Popular Visions of the War on Terror
Andrew Schopp
Miscellaneous/Not Sure Where/Questions
Rett Lorance

Rett Lorance, Ph.D.

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