Call for Papers 30th Anniversary Meeting Far West Popular and American Culture Association Palace Station Hotel in Las Vegas February 23 - 25, 2018 Papers on all areas of popular culture worldwide are solicited as are creative readings at our special Creative Readings panels. Send abstracts of 75 words or less, titles, affiliation, and mailing address to felicia.campbell@unlv.edu before December 15, 2017. Sponsors include UNLV's Department of English and College of Liberal Arts as well The Policy Studies Organization.
H. Peter Steeves Professor of Philosophy Director, The Humanities Center DePaul University with Danielle Meijer Lecturer in Philosophy, DePaul University Artistic Director, Aleph World Fusion Dance and Pete Parsons Professional improv comedian
H. Peter Steeves is Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Humanities Center at DePaul University where he specializes in phenomenology, ethics, and philosophy of science. His favorite joke is the one about two peanuts walking down a street at night when one was a salted. Steeves is the author of several books, including: Founding Community (Kluwer, 1998); Animal Others (SUNY, 1999); The Things Themselves (SUNY, 2006); Beautiful, Bright, and Blinding (SUNY, 2017); and the forthcoming Being and Showtime (Northwestern U P, 2018). His favorite thing to say to a group of people is, “Okay, everyone here who believes in telekinesis, raise my hand.” Steeves has published more than 130 book chapters and journal articles, has been the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship and NEH grants, has been a Fellow at Princeton and Stanford, and was a member of an astrobiology research group at NASA Ames. He was chosen in 2011 by Rate My Professor as one of the “Top 15 Best Professors in the United States.” His current research focuses primarily on cosmology and astrobiology—on the origin events of both the cosmos and life. And your mom. He’s also currently researching your mom.
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About us fARwEST pOPULAR cULTURE aSSOCIATION 2017-2018 Popular Culture Review
Popular Culture Review, the refereed journal of the Far West Popular and American Culture Associations, is published twice yearly by Westphalia Press.
Now in its 28th year of publication, the journal solicits articles on all areas of Popular Culture worldwide and is widely indexed. Subscriptions are included as part of membership in FWPCA/ACA.
One need not be a member to submit an article for consideration, but must join the organization on acceptance. Queries about membership and articles for consideration should be sent to felicia.campbell@unlv.edu Popular Culture Review gratefully acknowledges the contributions and support of the UNLV College of Liberal Arts and the UNLV Department of English For open access to the journal go to http://www.ipsonet.org/publications/open-access/pcr