CFP: Law and Popular Culture – Washington, D.C.

The Popular Culture Association issues a call for papers or presentations on any aspect of law and popular culture to be presented at their national conference in Apr. 2019. The deadline to submit is Oct. 1, 2018.

The proposal should include an abstract of more than 250 words, and complete contact information.

“We invite papers and presentations on all aspects of law and popular culture, including but not limited to: images of law and outlaws in popular music; representations of the Supreme Court, the Constitution, and the judicial process in popular culture; legal and social aspects of the #MeToo movement; pop culture representations of law enforcement in the age of Black Lives Matter; images of law and justice on the small screen (Westworld, The Americans); music copyright and the creative imagination in the digital age. We welcome submissions on all historical, interdisciplinary, and contemporary topics related to representations of the justice system and legal practice. Scholars, educators, legal professionals, and graduate students are encouraged to submit proposals on any topic in law and popular culture.”

About the author

Research/Instruction Librarian, Hugh & Hazel Darling Law Library, Dale E. Fowler School of Law at Chapman University