Conference organizers invite scholars from all disciplines to take part in this conference and submit proposals for individual papers, full sessions, roundtables, or workshops. Graduate and undergraduate students, in particular, are encouraged to submit their work.
Potential topics might include:
- Working-Class Literature
- The Worker and the Modern Workplace
- Understanding Working-Class Studies
- The Future of Working-Class Studies
- Working-Class History
- Connections among Race, Class, and/or Gender
- Class Representations in the Media and Popular Culture
- The Complexity of Social Class
- The Pedagogy of Social Class
Those interested should submit an abstract of no more than 150 words to Digital Commons@Collin (http://digitalcommons.collin.edu/txcwcs/) by Friday, November 30, 2018. For more information, please contact Dr. Lisa A. Kirby, Director of the Texas Center for Working-Class Studies and Professor of English, at LKirby@collin.edu. Click here for the full call for papers.