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MAPACA 25th Annual Conference

November 6-8, 2014

March 26, 2014 1:52 PM
The Mid Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association (MAPACA)'s
25th Annual Conference will be held on November 6-8, 2014 at the Lord Baltimore Hotel in Baltimore, MD.

Call for Papers:
Proposals are welcome on all aspects of popular and American culture. For more information or to submit a proposal, visit http://mapaca.net. Single papers, panels, roundtables, and alternative formats are welcome. Submit a 300-word abstract to one appropriate area by Saturday, June 14, 2014.

Subject Areas:
Subject Areas are as follows. Please visit the Areas page for Area Chair contact information, area description, and other information. General questions should be directed to us at the Contact page.

    Activism
    American Studies
    Architecture and the Built Environment
    Art & Visual Culture
    Beowulf to Shakespeare: Popular Culture in the Middle Ages/ Renaissance
    Children and Childhood Studies
    Comics, Cartoons, and Video Gaming
    Death in American Culture
    Decorative Arts and Design
    Detective Fiction
    Disability Studies
    Environment and Culture
    Fan Fiction
    Fashion, Appearance and Material Culture
    Film Studies
    Food and Culture
    Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (GLBTQ) Studies
    Horror
    Internet Culture
    Language and Popular Culture
    Latino/a Studies
    Music
    Native American Studies
    Novels, Then and Now
    Professional Development
    Religion and Popular Culture
    Sexuality and Erotica
    SF/Fantasy
    Sports
    Tattoos and Tattooing
    Television
    Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies
    Travel and Tourism
    Urban Culture
    War Studies
    Women’s Studies
    Working Class Culture

About MAPACA:
MAPACA’s membership is comprised of college and university faculty, independent scholars and artists, and graduate and undergraduate students. MAPACA is an inclusive professional organization dedicated to the study of popular and American culture in all their multi-disciplinary manifestations. It is a regional division of the Popular Culture and American Culture Association (PCA/ACA). MAPACA hosts an annual conference and publishes the Mid-Atlantic Almanack each fall, and engages in other scholarly and analytical activities year round at http://mapaca.net.

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