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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Fearfully and Wonderfully Made: Modifying the Black (Self) Body through Science and Technology, a Historical and Social Context

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Call for Papers
Date: 
June 19, 2017 to September 1, 2017

CFP: Abstracts for edited collection on Pokémon Go due August 13

Dr. Jamie Henthorn (Catawba College), Andrew Kulak (Virginia Tech), Kristopher Purzycki (UW-Milwaukee), and Dr. Stephanie Vie (University of Central Florida) are pleased to share the CFP for an edited collection on Pokémon Go with a tentative publication date of fall 2018. In this collection, we are interested in exploring Pokémon Go from diverse disciplinary/interdisciplinary perspectives. Please review the following summary of the call and contact the editors with questions or comments.

Becoming Brands: Celebrity, Activism and Politics (2017) Paperback

We are pleased to announce the release of Becoming Brands: Celebrity, Activism and Politics edited by Jackie Raphael and Celia Lam. Special thanks to Professor P. David Marshall for the foreword. The book is now available for ordering: http://www.waterhillpublishing.com/books.html. Please share with your library, faculty, and students in your department.


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Foreword: The Bridge of the Human Brand
P. David Marshall  

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