Call for Papers
Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association
Washington, D.C. 2013
The Internet Culture Area of the Popular Culture Association is soliciting proposals for panels and individual papers that explore aspects of communication, creativity, identity, and behavior as they emerge in the popular culture of the Internet.
Individuals and groups express their values and identities through discussion, artwork, music, video, and endless forms of exchange on the Internet. Online interaction and display is an increasingly familiar and influential feature of popular culture. In what ways is our global society connecting and changing, as innovation and tradition find a new medium for expression an increasingly networked everyday life? Papers on a wide range of topics will be accepted.
Submit a 250-word proposal to the PCA Database.
Send inquiries to:
Joseph H. Hancock, II
Philadelphia, PA. 19104
Deadline for Submissions: December 7, 2012.
Note: Submissions on topics that deal with the theme of “Citizen” should be submitted to the themed area of Communication and Digital Culture, Area Chair Mark Nunes, firstname.lastname@example.org