- Histories and profiles of museums, archives, libraries, and other popular culture resources.
- Intellectual freedom or cultural sensitivity issues related to popular culture resources.
- Book clubs and reading groups, city- or campus-wide reading programs.
- Collection building and popular culture resources.
- Organization and description of popular culture resources.
- New media formats and popular culture in libraries, archives, or museums.
- New media, digital literacies, databases, content management systems, access and discovery systems, websites (such as wikis, YouTube, Google, Amazon, eBay, etc.) and their impact on libraries and popular culture collections.
- Public libraries and librarians supporting programming and outreach around popular culture resources (graphic novels, streaming video, etc.)
- Other topics welcome!!!
Thursday, January 15, 2015
CFP: Library, Archives, Museums and Collections Area - Northeast Popular/American Culture Association 2015 Fall Conference (New London, NH)
Northeast Popular/American Culture Association Call for Papers:
Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Collections area
The Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Collections area of the Northeast Popular/American Culture Association welcomes paper submissions from librarians, archivists, curators, graduate students, faculty, collectors, writers, patrons, and researchers of popular culture and information settings of all types.
We encourage panel proposals, as well as, individual submissions.
NEPCA’s 2015 fall conference will be held on the campus of Colby-Sawyer College (New London, NH) the weekend of .
The deadline for proposals is .
Some suggested topics:
Area Chair: Julie A. DeCesare, Providence College
E-mail: email@example.com Area: Libraries, Archives, Museums and Collections
Paper Proposal Submission Form (email form and 1 page CV to area chair by ): https://nepca.files.wordpress.
For information about the Fall 2015 Conference: https://nepca.wordpress.com/