The FWPCA fosters conversations in many areas of popular culture. One of the most fun presentation areas is “Comics”. Visit the digital proceedings from the 33rd FWPCA conference to get some inspiration from some amazing scholars who talk about your favorite comics and Marvel heroes. You can see the video here: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/fwpca/33rdannual/fourthree/1/
This is just a reminder that you can register for our conference even if you are not presenting. If you are presenting you will need to register for the conference in addition to submitting your paper. We have early bird registration and if you register now your registration fee goes from $150 to $130. Please… Continue reading Reminder
As you may have seen from last week’s post, Dr. Bill Kirtley and Patricia M. Kirtley were able to reach people internationally with their paper. That is one of the perks about presenting at the FWPCA, your paper can reach a wide audience. Not only can you network with other scholars at the conference, but… Continue reading Spreading the word
Dr. Bill Kirtley and Patricia M. Kirtley participated in our conference last year and had an amazing paper and presentation titled “Happily Ever After: An Analysis of Romance Novels.” Their paper not only highlighted the value of discussing popular culture but also intersected with important discussions about COVID-19. Dr. Bill Kirtley and Patricia M. Kirtley… Continue reading Concept Spotlight
We have been getting plenty of submissions and we look forward to reviewing them. If you have not already submitted make sure that you get those in before the due date. As for everyone else, there are only 130 days left until the first day of the conference. See you all soon!
Early bird registration (until January 1, 2022) is $130 Standard registration (after January 1, 2022) is $150 To pay for the conference, please visit the FWPCA’s Square site or send a check by mail, payable to “NSHE Board of Regents,” to: Far West Popular Culture Associationc/o Lied Library Business & Finance4505 Maryland ParkwayBox 457001Las Vegas, NV 89154-7001… Continue reading Conference Registration
As many of you are already aware this year’s conference will be hosted in Las Vegas, Nevada. Las Vegas is often known for its lively nightlife and numerous casinos that offer 24/7 gambling. One potential paper topic or panel idea could be about gambling and popular culture. How do you see the two related? What… Continue reading Potential Paper Topic
There are endless possibilities when it comes to paper topics for our 34th conference. One topic that is particularly fascinating is “video games”. Video games emulate and are a part of popular culture in so many ways. Possible paper topics could explore how video games depict real-life scenarios, impact our consumption of popular culture, or… Continue reading Possible Paper Topic
As the current COVID-19 pandemic is still looming over us, popular culture continues to change and adapt. A great paper for the upcoming conference could analyze how COVID-19 has impacted popular culture and how we interpret information in the media. There are a plethora of other possibilities regarding paper topics and COVID-19. Focussing on our… Continue reading Possible paper topic
Hi Everyone, Just a quick update. Registration fees for the conference have been set. Early bird registration will be $130 and normal registration will be $150. We will be using square for payment. Please let us know if we can help you with anything.