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.
To submit CFP's, announcements, news, and queries to H-PCAACA's 2000+ subscribers, simply scroll down to the "Write New Discussion Post" link on this page. Enter your post in the field that pops up, add a few tags (or "keywords"), and click "Review" at the bottom of the page. Everything look OK? Then click "Submit to Editor" at the bottom of the review page and that's it!
I am organizing a panel for the 2020 annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians on legacies of the US civil rights/black freedom movement. My own research examines how a focus on the connections among integration strategies and post-civil rights racial liberalism, and how popular culture reinforced these connections.
If your research fits this theme, please send me the title of your paper, along with a brief abstract and biographical paragraph via email (email@example.com) by January 30, 2019.
I currently have six books available for review for The Journal of Popular Culture. These reviews would be due April 30, 2019. If you have a completed Master's degree or higher, one of these books is in your field of study, and you are interested in writing a review for us, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, noting your preferred title and your mailing address. The reviews need to be between 500 and 1,000 words and documented in MLA style.
Call for Papers
I am writing to announce the publication of Race and Yoga 3.1 (2018). Race and Yoga is the first scholarly journal to examine issues surrounding the history, racialization, sex(ualization), and inclusivity (or lack thereof) of the yoga community.
Since its creation in the mid-20th century, fantasy sport has become a significant part of international sport and its history. Once an obscure subculture of statistics-obsessed sports fans, fantasy sport now constitutes a cultural phenomenon with 59.3 million North American participants in 2017 and with tens of millions more throughout the world.
CfP: Comics Studies Network Panels at German Studies Association Conference (October 3-6, 2019; Portland, Oregon)
Comics Studies (1): Origins
Intellect is pleased to announce that the European Journal of American Culture 37.3 is now available! For more information about the issue, click here >> https://bit.ly/2EwwHmf
Authors: John Wills
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The mischievous, multifarious machinations of trickster Trump
Authors: Frank Sligo
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