Date: August 2nd 2017

Film & History

March 28-31, 2018
Indianapolis, IN

Deadline: October 1, 2017
All Proposals & Abstracts Must Be Submitted Through The PCA Database.

Please submit a proposal to only one area at a time. Exceptions and rules


Proposals for papers, panels, workshops, and roundtables are now being considered for the Film & History Area of the PCA/ACA National Conference. Proposals for the Film & History area should consider some aspect of the intersection among film, history, society, and culture, exploring films as social and historical artifacts of the culture from which they arise, as well as the role played by film in constructing, shaping, and re-imagining history. Papers may take a single film focus, or make comparative considerations, as well as exploring critical films focused on a given era, individual, or historical event. Examples would include papers that examine the following areas in a given film or films:

Documentaries: How true is ‘The Truth’?
Exploring representations of race, ethnicity, and gender in fiction or non-fiction
Biographies of key artistic, political, military, activist, or cinematic figures
Representations of wars, the West, borders, national characters and ideologies
Comedy and social commentary
Cult, alternative, and independent films and icons through history

Additionally, papers exploring our current focus: “Representations of Home” are especially welcome. These might include, but are not limited to:

Longing and Belonging on Film
People In and Out of Place On Film and Television
Locating Home in Transnational Cinema
Screening Race, Ethnicity, and Home
The Horrors of Home on Screen
and many more!!

Submit a one-page (150-250 word) proposal or abstract to the PCA Database.

Please send all inquires to:

Cynthia J. Miller

Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies

Emerson College

120 Boylston St.

Boston, MA 02116

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