Two of our members Kellie and Jim Deys invite folks in the NEPCA community to this virtual book launch for a publication they both have forthcoming chapters in. We're including here the invite, the book description and the abstracts from Kellie & Jim for those that are interested in learning more. Join this Virtual Book … Continue reading Book Launch Invitation: Gen X at Middle Age in Popular Culture on 1/8/2021
Greetings NEPCA Community In less than 1 month, we will be holding our first virtual conference--#NEPCA2020. We're excited and looking forward to venturing into the future together. To that end, we wanted to provide several support documents for our communitiy in prepartion for the conference. The schedule is up and will be continually updated over … Continue reading Getting Ready for Your First Virtual Conference
NEPCA is excited to announce our Keynote Speaker for our 2020 Virtual Conference. Keisha Venson SheedyM.Ed., PMP, CSMHuman | Wifey | Mommy | Foodie | Writer | Dancer | Afrofuturist | Globetrotter | Artsy Educator | Connector | Solutionist | Cultural Nut Keisha has had a rewarding career in higher education spanning fifteen years across … Continue reading Keynote Speaker for #NEPCA2020: Keisha Venson Sheedy
Greetings friends, We are excited to share out that both registration and the current draft of the 2020 NEPCA Virtual Conference are now available. Be sure to check out the schedule and see which events you're excited to attend and also be sure to register. Register here for the 2020 NEPCA Virtual Conference Current Draft … Continue reading Registration & Conference Schedule for #NEPCA2020
Greetings NEPCA Community, We hope this message finds you as well as can be, given all the things that are going on in the world right now on so many levels. We have recently been informed that our campus destination for our Annual Conference will not be able to host us in the fall as … Continue reading #NEPCA2020 Conference Update
The CFP for the Northeast Popular Culture Associate Annual Conference for 2020 has been extended. We will be accepting admissions until June 15. This year's conference will either be hybrid (some sessions online and some face-to-face) or entirely virtual. We're dependent upon what the host institution decides and their announcement will come in early June. … Continue reading Extended Call for #NEPCA2020
Call for Papers for Film and History area for the 2020 Northeast Popular/American Culture Association (NEPCA) annual conference scheduled for Friday, October 23 – Saturday, October 24 at the Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, New Hampshire. Dr. Carol Mitchell; Area Chair of Film and History Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Call for Papers: Film and History. The … Continue reading #NEPCA2020 CFP: Film and History
Greetings members, I write to you today to provide you with an update about NEPCA and our plans for the fall. Our goal is to be transparent about how we are moving forward and let you know that we're trying o make the best decisions in a process where we don't know how things will … Continue reading #NEPCA2020 Conference & the Pandemic
The 2020 Northeast Popular Culture Association (NEPCA) will host its annual conference this fall on Friday, October 23-Saturday, October 24 at the Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, New Hampshire. We are looking forward to another engaging and rewarding conference for new and seasoned members alike. We are seeking proposals for panels and presentations for … Continue reading CFP for NEPCA 2020 is here!
Greetings members! We're excited to finally share that the NEPCA 2020 Annual Conference will be held at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, NH on October 23 & 24th. More details will be forthcoming including the CFP but we just wanted to reach out and let you know to bookmark that weekend and we'll see … Continue reading NEPCA 2020 Annual Conference-Location Announced!