Welcome to H-PCAACA, a member of the H-NET Humanities Online initiative. H-PCAACA encourages scholarly collaboration and discussion about popular, American and world cultures. This network, affiliated with The Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association, also serves as an invitation for scholars and graduate students to join the activities of these internationally recognized organizations.

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CFP: Animaterialities: The Material Culture of Animals (including Humans) - Emerging Scholars Symposium, April 24-25, 2020 University of Delaware

Call for Papers: Animaterialities: The Material Culture of Animals (including Humans)

Sixteenth Material Culture Symposium for Emerging Scholars

University of Delaware April 24–25, 2020

Submit by: December 5, 2019

 

CFP: For and Against Practice: Approaches to Teaching Professional Writing (NeMLA 2020)

This roundtable will provide a forum for participants to discuss and analyze their experiences and offer suggestions for teaching the multi-major professional writing course, more commonly referred to as simply “business writing” or “professional writing.” We especially welcome presentations that speak to and offer strategies targeting one of our three major concerns with the course: its decontextualized state, its reliance on non-neutral codes of professionalism, and the lack of pedagogical support often given to its instructors.

Cub Reporters: American Children's Literature and Journalism in the Golden Age

Cub Reporters: American Children's Literature in the Golden Age is now available from SUNY Press. Cub Reporters considers the intersections between children’s literature and journalism in the United States during the period between the Civil War and World War I. American children’s literature of this time subverts the idea of news.

NeMLA CFP: Barbarians Within: Constructing the Barbaric Other in Speculative Fiction

Hi all! The deadline for submissions to NeMLA, in Boston this year, is fast approaching (it's Sept. 30). Please consider submitting an abstract for Barbarians Within: Constructing the Barbaric Other in Speculative Fiction. You can see the description below, and submit on the website at https://www.cfplist.com/nemla/Home/S/17897. I would love to see your ideas! We welcome submissions from any field of study, whether you work on literature, film, the internet, video games, whatever. 

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