Category Archives: PCA

SFF Paper Prizes 2018

Congrats to our two winners for the annual conference paper prize at PCA Faculty/Independent Scholar Carey Millsap-Spears -“Sometimes you need to roll a hard six”   Student Finola Prendergast – “Diverging Dystopias: Why Brave New World and Divergent at not … Continue reading

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Schedule for SFF Area – PCA 2017

Wherefore the Apocalypse? Wednesday, April 12, 2017 – 11:30am to 1:00pm (Marriott Grand Ballroom 2)   Presenters Presentation type Shots Fired: Sexuality, Race, and The 100’s Ship Wars Michelle Maloney-Mangold Paper Doomed To Repeat It: The 1OO vs. Wynonna Earp … Continue reading

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PCA Deadline Reminder – October 1

PCA Deadline Reminder – October 1 On October 1, 1903, the Boston Americans play the Pittsburgh Pirates in the first game of the modern world series. October 1, 1931, Spain adopts women’s suffrage. In 1962, Johnny Carson broadcasts his first … Continue reading

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Popular Culture Course Syllabi

We have received a request from Sue Matheson who is working on behalf of the PCA Board to make available to our membership instructional materials on the PCA/ACA website. She is seeking syllabi from popular culture courses from people in … Continue reading

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PCA July Newsletter, 2016

PCA July Newsletter Hop in, the water’s great! Greetings from the PCA! We hope your summer is off to a lovely start, and that you’re getting excited for the 2017 PCA conference in San Diego.  Here’s a brief update for … Continue reading

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Deborah Carmicheal, 2016

Popular Culture Association  / American Culture Association   Sad News – Deborah Carmichael 25 June 2016 A message from the Editor of the Journal of Popular Culture, Ann Larabee I am sad to report that Deborah Carmichael, managing editor of … Continue reading

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