American Cultural Studies: Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy
Tulsa, OK, February 1999
Call For Papers
American Cultural Studies: Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy University of Tulsa February 25-27, 1999Keynote Speakers: Thadious Davis, Vanderbilt University Betsy Erkkila, Northwestern University Michael Rogin, UC-Berkeley The focus of this interdisciplinary conference will be the relationship between the theory and practice of American cultural analysis and the relationship between scholarly work in cultural studies and its pedagogical implications. Among the topics to be explored will be ethnic studies, gay and lesbian studies, gender studies, popular culture, media studies, post-structuralist theory and minority discourses, and cultural studies pedagogy. The conference seeks participation from scholars working across a full range of academic programs and disciplines. In addition to conference papers, the program will include discussion groups. We also welcome proposals adaptable to that format. Send 1-page abstracts by October 16, 1998 to Anne Stavney, Conference Coordinator, Faculty of English, University of Tulsa, 600 South College Ave., Tulsa, OK 74104-3189, USA. We encourage submissions by e-mail: email@example.com Please include an e-mail address and phone and FAX number with the abstract. Conference Steering Committee: Susan Belasco Smith, Gordon O. Taylor, and James G. Watson. The conference will be the University of Tulsa's Thirteenth Annual Comparative Literature Symposium. The series continues to be sponsored, in part, from a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.