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>Subject: CFP: Jewish Studies Area (10/15/05; PCA/ACA, 4/12/06-4/15/06)
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>CALL  FOR  PAPERS
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>Jewish Studies Area
>2006 Conference
>Popular Culture Association
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>April 12 - 15, 2006
>Atlanta, Georgia
>
>The Jewish Studies Area of the Popular Culture Association is open to any
>scholar or author with an interest in Jewish Studies.  Those interests may
>include (but are not exclusive to):
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>Literature            Creative Writing
>Film                    Drama
>History                Holocaust Studies
>Culture                Art (including Fine Art, Music, Comic Art, etc.)
>Society               Politics (US and Israel, Israel and Palestine, etc.)
>Language             Religion
>           And any other topic of interest
>
>You may submit a proposal for presentation, a panel proposal (with a minimum
>of 3/maximum of 4 paper proposals), or a workshop proposal. 
>
>
>** Paper Proposal: Must include a title, your name, professional affiliation,
>postal mailing address, telephone number, and email address. Proposal must be
>at least 250 words minimum/500 words maximum. Presenters are warned that the
>only technology support provided by the Conference is a DVD player with
>television monitor. Any other technological support will be at the 
>expense of the
>individual presenter.
>
>** Panel Proposal: Must include a title or theme for all presentations and
>name of panel chair (with proper identifiers as listed in Paper Proposal,
>above). Each individual presenter's proposal must follow the 
>guidelines for a paper
>proposal as listed above.
>
>** Workshop Proposal: Must include a title and name of workshop moderator.
>Proposal submission must follow the guidelines for a paper proposal 
>submission.
>Moderator is warned that the only technology support provided by the
>Conference is a DVD player with television monitor. Any other 
>technological support
>will be at the expense of the moderator.
>
>Please Note: 
>
>(1)  You may present only ONE paper at the conference, due to scheduling
>logistics. If you submit to more than one area, the area chairs will 
>not know that
>you are doing so and you may find yourself accepted multiple times. IF THAT
>HAPPENS, please immediately notify the area chair(s) of the areas in which you
>choose NOT to present that you have elected to present elsewhere.
>If the coordinator finds multiple presentations, she will remove you as she
>sees fit, so notifying area chairs is important in keeping you in your
>preferred area.
>
>(2)  Once you've been accepted, you must become a member of the Popular
>Culture Association in addition to registering for the conference. 
>You may do so by
>using links on the PCA/ACA Conference web page at:
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>http://www.popularculture.org/2006%20PAGES/registration_information.htm
>
>
>**** Submissions must be postmarked by: October 15, 2005
>
>IMPORTANT (If this applies to you): Passover begins on Wednesday night, April
>12, which is the first day of the Conference.  Please include a note to
>specify if you cannot present on certain days of the conference.  If 
>possible, we
>will schedule around your religious observations.
>
>Submit proposals (if by Email, please do NOT sent attachments) to:
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>Daniel Walden, Chair
>       PCA -- Jewish Studies Area
>Pennsylvania State University
>112 Burrowes Building
>Department of English
>University Park, PA  16802-6200
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>Email: [log in to unmask]
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>---- OR ----
>
>Barbara Silliman, Associate Chair
>       PCA -- Jewish Studies Area
>PO Box 19722
>Johnston, RI 02919-0722
>
>Email: [log in to unmask]

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