1997

The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 8.0800.  Monday, 28 July 1997.

From:           Elizabeth Abele <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Monday, 28 Jul 1997 10:29:17 -0400 (EDT)
Subject:        CFP: Shakespop

Call for Papers:

SHAKESPEARE IN POPULAR CULTURE
Popular Culture/American Culture Association
Orlando   April 8-11, 1998

Papers are still being accepted that examine the use and presence of
Shakespeare in popular culture and media, including music, novels,
games, film, television, advertising, etc.

Please submit abstracts of 150-750 words by September 8 to:

Elizabeth Abele
206 S. 13th St., #901
Philadelphia, PA  19107
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Papers already accepted:

"Shakespeare and Terrorism: Fictions of Power"
       Susan Baker, University of Nevada--Reno
"Shakespeare as "Worthy Pioneer!": From the McGuffey Readers to
     the Frontier Stage"
       Philip H. Christenson, SUNY Suffolk
"Nothing So Crude": Shakespeare and Structure in Sandman"
       Jeremy R. Jacobs, University of Pittsburgh
"Earnest Equivocator: Columbo Undoes Macbeth"
       Margaret Rose Jaster, Pennsylvania State University,
          Harrisburg
"Shakespeare, Class, and Pornography"
       Jim Persoon, Grand Valley State University
"Bill Shakespeare Never Knew the Ragtime of His Day"
       Robert Sawyer, University of Georgia
"The Girlhood of Shakespeare's Heroines: Traditional
          Characters/Contemporary Characters"
       Susann E. Suprenant, University of Oregon

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