Joseph Conrad and Popular Culture

The Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association/American Culture
Association invites panels and proposals for individual papers on Joseph
Conrad and Popular Culture for presentation at its annual conference in
Albuquerque March 7-10, 2001.

The conference will be in Albuquerque, again;  it has been more like
YOUTH than HEART OF DARKNESS!  In any case details about
the conference are at the organization's web site:

Possible areas of interest included but are not limited to the following

Conrad's Roots in Popular Fiction
Film Adaptations of Conrad's works
Radio Adaptations of Conrad's works
Stage and Operatic Adaptations of Conrad's Works
"Heart of Darkness" in Popular Culture
Conrad's influence on modern popular fiction

Send proposals for panels and 250 word abstracts of individual papers to

Donald W. Rude
Professor of English
Department of English
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79409-3091
Office: 806-742-2508   Fax: 806-742-0989
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