Shakespeare in Popular Culture
2002 Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association, National Meeting
Toronto, March 2002
Call for Papers Shakespeare in Popular Culture an area for the 2002 Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association National Meeting: Toronto, Canada. March 13 - 16, 2002 Please join us for the fifth year of "Shakespeare in Popular Culture" has appeared as part of the Popular Culture/American Culture Association documenting and examining the Bard's place in contemporary culture, particularly American Culture. Abstracts are preferred that examine more than one text adn/or examine Shakespop in relation to the culture as a whole. In addition to film, these panels are interested in Shakespeare references/adaptations in novels, plays, music, comics, television, advertising. Papers may examine how the proliferation of a populist Shakespeare affects the classroom. Send an abstract (100-250 words) by Sept. 16 to: Elizabeth Abele email@example.com Please include: title, academic affiliation, email and snail mail.