CFP: Shakespeare in Popular Culture
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1526 Thursday, 17 August 2000.
From: Elizabeth Abele <
Date: Wednesday, 16 Aug 2000 16:08:55 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: CFP: Shakespeare in Popular Culture
Call for Papers
Shakespeare in Popular Culture
an Area of
Popular Culture/American Culture Association
Philadelphia, April 11-14, 2001.
This will be the fourth year that "Shakespeare in Popular Culture" has
appeared as part of the annual PC/ACA conference, 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 (100-500 words) by Sept. 15 to:
Elizabeth Abele <
Please include: title, academic affiliation, email and snail mail.