2010 NEPCA Conference and Intellect

Boston is the site of the 2010 Northeast Popular culture Association's annual conference on October 23rd. Taking place at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health, a full day of lively discussions is slated to begin at 8.30 am.

This year’s NEPCA will include 36 panels on such topics as: Vampire as Tragic Mulatto: Angel and Spike in the Whedonverse; Bullying Victims in the Massachusetts Media; The Punk Rock Party Line; Form and Genre in U.S. Interwar Horror Radio.  Scholars from various backgrounds and disciplines will come together to analyze and debate some of society’s most compelling trends and topics.

A collection of Intellect’s books and journals will be on display throughout the conference so feel free to stop, take a look at our portfolio and learn more about publishing with us. You’re also encouraged to come by and chat with Amy about your work and proposal ideas you might have.  

Intellect is currently having a call for papers for the new journal Horror Studies which is a peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to the rigorous study of the aesthetics of horror in all of its cultural and historical forms, from film and literature, music and dance, to fine art, photography and beyond.

If you’re interested in this or any of the other 88 journals Intellect publishes please visit the Intellect website, and be sure to stop by and say hello to Amy while at NEPCA. Hope to see you there!

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