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Paul Booth <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 12 Aug 2020 13:08:57 -0500
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The Fan Studies Network - North America conference is proud to announce its
3rd conference is going to be held virtually Oct 13-17. We are currently
calling for participants for our salon panels on a variety of topics.

Salons are organized by topic. Everyone on the salon submits and reads
short abstracts before the day of presentations. Space is limited in each
seminar which is led by one or two people.

If you would like to apply to participate in one, please proceed to the
application form here <> to continue
). *The deadline for submitting a proposal is Tuesday, August 25, 2020*,
and you *may* propose something for a panel even if you have been accepted
in another capacity for the conference.

We will be featuring a keynote presentation by Dr. Rebecca Wanzo and a
Plenary session on KPop fandom.

The cost of the conference is:

$30: full-time/tenure employed

$10: part-time/precarious/independent scholar/student

$20: non-participant attendee

If you have any questions, please contact us at [log in to unmask]

Paul Booth, PhD
Pronouns: he, him, his
Professor of Media and Cinema Studies/Communication Technology
College of Communication
DePaul University
14 E. Jackson
Chicago, IL 60604

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