The full conference sessions and digital proceedings of the 33rd Annual Far West Popular Culture Association Conference are now available online in UNLV’s Digital Commons: link here. You can watch videos of all panels and read papers that were submitted.
With the help of Andy Borts and Alethea Inns of UNLV’s Office of Online Education and patience from our online moderators, I am ready to share how you will “attend” FWPCA 33 remotely on February 20, 2021. Both presenters and attendees will be able to click a session link on the FWPCA 33 schedule (click… Continue reading “Attending” FWPCA 33
We are lucky to have two keynote speakers scheduled for the 33rd Annual Far West Popular Culture Association conference on February 20, 2021. Julie Jensen, our opening keynote speaker, has written more than 30 plays, all professionally produced, and a dozen published. Her work has won 10 major national awards and garnered attention from the… Continue reading FWPCA 33 Keynotes
Before you register for the conference, you will need to create an account with UNLV Digital Scholarship if you do not already have one. For UNLV faculty, this account is distinct from your ACE account, so unless you have already created a Digital Scholarship account, you will need to create one to register. Luckily, creating… Continue reading Registration Step One: Creating an Account
The Far West Popular Culture Association is proud to announce our 34th annual conference will be a hybrid conference aimed to include as many diverse perspectives as possible. The FWPCA is using the Digital Commons platform, powered by BE Press, as an archival system and conference registration. This is the same system that UNLV uses… Continue reading Registering for FWPCA 34
After a brief hiatus due to hosting issues, the Far West Popular Culture Association is back online at fwpca.com. As we get closer to the 33rd Annual Conference, keep checking back for updates.