Popular Cultural Association: Education, Teaching, History & Popular Culture #CFP

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Popular Cultural Association:

The Area of Education, Teaching, History and Popular Culture is now accepting submissions for the 2020 Popular Culture Association National Conference to be held April 15 – 18 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown (https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/phldt-philadelphia-marriott-downtown/). For detailed information please see https://pcaaca.org/conference.

Educators - Librarians - Archivists - Scholars - Researchers

Educators, librarians, archivists, scholars, independent researchers and graduate students are encouraged to apply. Undergraduates are reminded that there is an entire area devoted to undergraduate presentations in which they should submit: https://pcaaca.org/area/undergraduate-sessions.

Submissions that explore, connect, contrast, or otherwise address area themes of schooling and education, teaching throughout history (including preparing teachers/preservice teacher education), history, archival studies and/or their linkages to popular culture from all periods are desired. Sample topics for papers include, but are not limited to:

Use - Culture - And/or - Sport - Levels

Successful use(s) of popular culture and/or sport(s) in teaching at all levels in all contents;

How schooling/education has impacted/has been impacted by popular culture;

Representation - Schooling - Culture - History

Representation(s) of teaching and/or schooling in popular culture through history;

International/multinational/cross-border lenses through which popular culture/popular perception of schooling and/or teaching can be viewed;

Intersection - Schooling - Politics - Media

The intersection of schooling, politics, and the media;

Debating whether there can, in fact, be a form of “popular” culture today;

Role - History

The role of history...
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