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CALL FOR PAPERS
Popular Culture Association (PCA) National Conference
March 28-31, 2018
J.W. Marriott Hotel
Subject Area: Latin Americans & Latinos - Identity Issues & Cultural Stereotypes
Proposals are welcome as they relate to concrete issues of identity and/or stereotyping within Latin American and Latino contexts, including but not limited to notions of gender, sexuality, language, race/ethnicity, nationality, politics, immigration, and customs or traditions. Papers may focus on questions of identity and stereotyping in literary, cinematographic, theatrical, media, sociological or other popular culture frameworks within Latin American and Latino contexts in the U.S. or abroad. All disciplines and theoretical approaches considered. Interdisciplinary perspectives are encouraged. Papers may be presented in English or Spanish. Three or four person panel proposals are strongly encouraged. Each participant will have approximately 20 minutes for his/her presentation.
Deadline for submission of abstract (100-150 words): no later than October 1, 2017
Abstracts should be submitted though The PCA Database: conference.pcaaca.org
(Select Latin Americans & Latinos – Identity Issues & Cultural Stereotypes as subject area)
For more information about the conference or Indianapolis, or for specific instructions on submitting an abstract, please visit: www.pcaaca.org/national-conference/
Or contact: Raúl Rosales Herrera, PCA Area Chair
Latin Americans & Latinos – Identity Issues & Cultural Stereotypes