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The Southern American Studies Association is the largest, and one of the most respected regional chapters of the American Studies Association (U.S.A.). SASA, with a mailing list of over 700 and an active membership of 500, presents new developments and findings in American Studies scholarship, identified and defines areas of debate about the nature of American culture and its study, and conducts cultural and historical programs on the South and its communities. American Studies specifies an interdisciplinary investigation of American culture in order to better understand the institutional patterns, beliefs, and values of America’s pluralistic society.
Good morning. Krystyn Moon, who manages SASA’s website (and who’ll be our next prez!), has posted the Call For Participants for SASA’s next biennial conference—next February 19-22 at the Atlanta Westin Hotel—at http://www.southernamericanstudiesassociation.org. As you’ll see, deadline for proposing a paper or a panel is September 14.
Rebecca Hill of Kennesaw State University, who’s organizing the conference, heartily encourages presentations, workshops, roundtables, and performance pieces that address the theme of Reconstruction, broadly conceived—and, as ever, SASA welcomes proposals on other topics that reflect the richness of American Studies.
As ever, we also welcome participation by graduate students and remind everyone that details about our Critoph Prize are at our website, along with links to our recent biennial conferences. There’s also our Facebook site, so Like us—and mark your calendars now to be part of another exciting conference next February in warm Atlanta! Looking forward, Dennis Moore
The Atlanta Westin Hotel will be the venue for the next biennial conference staged by A.S.A.‘s southern-regional chapter, next February 19 - 22: “Reconstruction: 2015 - 1965 - 1865.” Host Rebecca Hill of Kennesaw State University is encouraging presentations, workshops, roundtables, and performance pieces that address the theme of Reconstruction, broadly conceived, and as ever SASA also welcomes proposals on other topics that reflect the richness of American Studies. We’ll list sample topics and the early-September 2014 deadline for proposals at our website, http://www.southernamericanstudiesassociation.org, which also has links to info about our recent biennial conferences and about the Critoph Prize, an award for the best graduate student paper presented at each biennial SASA conference. Don’t forget our Facebook page, where we hope you’ll Like us.—Dennis Moore, recovering SASA president
Whoa!, another A.S.A. is almost upon us, and this one’ll include the Southern American Studies Association’s reception / cash bar that Friday. It’ll be a five-minute walk from the hotel, at the Blaguard, as in http://www.blaguarddc.com/. For more info on SASA, please visit—and Like—us on Facebook, plus check us out at http://www.southernamericanstudiesassociation.org And at this month’s Reception / Cash Bar in D.C.! Looking forward,—D.M.
This just in from our president, Prof. Christine Skwiot of Georgia State University (who, yes, hosted, that fine biennial conference back in ‘011!). . .
It’s official. SASA 2015 will take place February 19-22, 2015 at the Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel in Atlanta. So save the date! I have no doubt that you’ll be hearing more about SASA 2015 from Rebecca Hill, our fabulous host, and her amazing team of local organizers.
It’s a pleasure to share this good news from Prof. Molly McGehee of Presbyterian College, chair of the Southern American Studies Association’s Critoph Prize competition. Since 2001, this award has honored the best paper by a graduate student at our biennial SASA conference (and there’s a list of recent recipients at the “Critoph Prizes” button within our website, southernamericanstudiesassociation.org : )