|Full Paper Submission Deadline:||31 July 2018|
|Early Bird Registration Deadline:||24 August 2018|
|Late Registration Deadline:||05 October 2018|
|Conference Dates:||26 – 27 November 2018|
Papers/topics dealing with Contemporary Cultural Studies including but not limited to:
- Art Criticism
- Art History
- Arts & Culture
- Communication Studies
- Cultural Studies
- Feminist Theory
- Film/Video Studies
- Literary Theory
- Museum Studies
- Political Economy
- Political Theory
- Social Class
- Social Theory
- Translation Studies
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- Originality in Thought
- Key Strengths
- Key Weaknesses
- Areas of Improvement
- Presentation/Organization of Research
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