Once again, I'm asking for you to share the information about the Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association conference. This year it will be held in Washington, DC. This will mark the third year of an official Chesterton panel at this event, a panel that was precipiated in the fall of 2007, when I presented a paper on Tolkien and Chesterton on the well-established Tolkien/Lewis panel. It is only thanks to Chesterton admirers and scholars of ACS that I've been able to make this little panel a reality.
In the official Call for Papers, you'll note the Chesterton panel (G.K. Chesterton
Jill Kriegel, Florida Atlantic University. Please note that although the CFP states a submission deadline of June 30, there is now an extension until July 19. I humbly apologize for this still-late notice. I admit that the whirlwind of finishing up my dissertation distracted me from other professional tasks that also deserved attention.
Please, at your convenience, disseminate this information on your blog...and in any other way you can. If anyone mentions needing a little time beyond 7/19, I believe I can get a little wiggle room.
Thanks, blessings, Jill
Call for Papers (CFP) MAPACA 2010
CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL, ALEXANDRIA, VA
October 28, 2010 to October 31, 2010
The Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association (MAPACA) invites academics, graduate and undergraduate students, independent scholars, and artists to submit papers for the annual conference, to be held in Alexandria, VA, in 2010. Those interested in presenting at the conference are invited to submit ONE proposal or panel to ONE of the areas listed below by June 30, 2010. Include a brief bio with your proposal. Single papers, as well as 3- or 4-person panels and roundtables, are encouraged. For further information, updates on areas and area chairs, please visit MAPACA’s web site at www.mapaca.net.
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
This from Jill: