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Medieval Comics (9/15/03; 4/7-10/04 -- PCA/ACA in San Antonio)

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  • Michael Torregrossa
    Dear list members, A reminder that proposals are still be accepted for the following panel. Michael =======================================================
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 19, 2003
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      Dear list members,

      A reminder that proposals are still be accepted for the following panel.

      Michael

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      **CALL FOR PAPERS**

      --THE COMICS GET MEDIEVAL: ADAPTATIONS OF MEDIEVAL TEXTS AND LEGENDS IN THE
      COMICS MEDIUM--

      DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS: 15 SEPTEMBER 2003

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      Proposals are now being accepted for a panel on comics (comic strips,
      comics books, graphic novels, panel cartoons, etc.) featuring medieval
      themes. The panel is sponsored by the Arthurian Legends Area, the Comics
      Area, and the Medieval Popular Culture Area of the Popular Culture
      Association for the 34th Annual Meeting of the Popular Culture Association /
      American Culture Association at San Antonio, Texas to be held on 7-10 April
      2004, at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter, 101 Bowie Street, San
      Antonio, TX 78205.

      A list of possible topics and bibliography can be found at
      <http://home.att.net/~mtorregrossa/medcomic.htm>

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      "THE COMICS GET MEDIEVAL" is organized by Michael Torregrossa
      <mtorregrossa@...> under the joint sponsorship of the Arthurian Legends
      Area, the Comics Area, and the Medieval Popular Culture Area of the Popular
      Culture Association.

      Completed papers should be delivered in 15-20 minutes. Please submit
      abstracts of 250 words maximum to panel organizer by 15 September 2003 at
      <mtorregrossa@...>. I will forward them to the respective area chairs.

      Send snail mail proposals to:

      Michael Torregrossa

      34 Second Street

      Smithfield, RI 02917-3627

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      For more information on the Popular Culture Association, visit their web
      site at <www.popularculture.org>.
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