Print

Print


>
>
>                              PCA/ACA
>             CALL FOR PAPERS & PANELS ON RADIO STUDIES
>
>                     DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2003
>
>                 NATIONAL CONFERENCE  April 7-10, 2004
>                    San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter
>
>
>
>The Popular Culture/American Culture Associations (PCA/ACA)joint radio
>interest group invites scholars to submit presentations on radio studies.
>The 2004 international conference is scheduled for April 7-10, 2004 in
>San Antonio, Texas.  The PCA/ACA radio interest group is among the
>foremost national forums for radio studies.
>
>TOPIC AREAS:
>
>The PCA/ACA radio interest group invites studies of both radio's
>historical and contemporary subject matter.  We welcome presentations
>dealing with a broad range of subjects.  Just to mention a few, past
>panels have focused on programming, drama, personality studies, policy
>issues, talk radio, internet radio, public journalism, management,
>international radio, and the future of radio.  The conference is highly
>interdisciplinary and attracts a wide range of academics interested in
>media studies.   See GUIDELINES BELOW.
>
>OTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE CONFERENCE:
>
>See the Popular Culture Association web site for information regarding the
>2004 national meeting.
>
>Special Guest, Sandra Cisneros will be available on Wednesday, April 7, in
>the evening.  She has courteously agreed to autograph books following the
>presentation/reception.
>
>PayPal is now available on the conference page under "Online
>Registration Form."  There is a &5.00 surcharge to cover the PayPal
>charges.  Also on the conference home page, under "2004 Conference Hotel
>and Travel Information," you can find information if you would like to
>have a roommate.  The savings is considerable.   See the Popular Culture
>Association Web-Site.
>
>
>
>
>SUBMIT PROPOSALS BY NOVEMBER 15, 2003 TO:
>
>    Frank Chorba
>    Department of Mass Media
>    Washburn University
>    Topeka, KS  66621
>    785-231-1010 x1805
>    [log in to unmask]
>    fax:  785-231-1084
>
>                          GUIDELINES:
>
>PAPERS:
>
>  1.  Submit an  abstract of 50-100 words summarizing the paper.
>
>  2,  Abstract should include a title, author's name, complete address, and
>      affiliation.
>
>  3.  The author must attend the 2004 PCA/ACA convention to present the
>      paper.
>
>  4.  A completed paper should be produced and presented or summarized
>      within 15 minutes.  Fifteen copies of the paper should be available
>      for distribution at the meeting.
>
>PANELS:
>
>  1.  The submitted panel must include:
>
>      a.  Confirmation that all members have agreed to attend and
>          participate.
>
>      b.  Name of panel.
>
>      c.  Name of moderator (including affiliation and address)
>
>      d.  Names of participants including affiliation, addresses, and
>          titles of each presentation.
>
>      e.  Requests for AV equipment.
>
>      f.  All participants are expected to distribute 15 copies of a a
>          completed paper.
>
>
>We hope you will accept our invitation.
>
>Sincerely yours,
>
>Frank Chorba
>Chair, PCA/ACA Radio Interest Group
>
>

--

*******************
The German Studies Call for Papers List
Editor: Stefani Engelstein
Assistant Editor:  Karen Eng
Sponsored by the University of Missouri
Info available at: http://www.missouri.edu/~graswww/resources/gerlistserv.html