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Tasha Oren <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 8 Jul 2012 22:01:21 -0700
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A quick reminder that the Asian American Popular Culture Abstract call closes on August 1st. 
Please feel free to email with questions. 

The editors of East Main Street: Asian American Popular Culture are
seeking contributions to a new collection on Asian American culture
within a transnational context. We welcome proposals for original
essays that address Asian American experience or representation in
popular culture (both current and historical). In addition to work on
media, literature, music, games and digital culture, fashion,
consumption and popular practices in and outside the Americas, we
encourage submissions that engage with science and technology,
sexuality, racial identity, legal studies, sports, politics, and
production/industry studies.

Please send a 900-1200 word abstract to: [log in to unmask],
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Tasha Oren
Media, Cinema and Digital Studies

Director of Graduate Studies--Dept. of English
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
423 Curtin Hall, (414) 229-4637
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