NEPCA will meet on the campus of Colby-Sawyer College in New London, NH October 30-31, 2015
For conference information, click on the FALL CONFERENCE tab above. This will take you to a page where you find all the materials you need. Scroll down to “How Do I Submit a Proposal?”
Lodging Options are now available for NEPCA’s fall conference at Colby-Sawyer College. Check the Fall Conference tab. On some browsers this option will appear as an option on the side of the page when you click the Fall Conference tab rather than as a separate tab at the top.
In accordance with NEPCA’s bylaws, please be advised that the following bylaw amendment will be discussed and voted upon at the rise of conference on October 31.
Proposed amendment: One member of the Executive Council shall be a current graduate student approved by the president and voted upon by the general membership. This member shall serve a one-year term (renewal).
There are still a few openings for anyone interested in chairing a session at this fall’s conference. Those interested should contact Program Chair Kraig Larkin to volunteer. NEPCA thanks you for your willingness to participate.
NEPCA seeks to involve membership in the organization by rotating committee assignments. At its fall conference in October it will make new appointments to both its Book Review Committee and its Graduate Student Paper Prizes Committee. Job details are listed on the Website.
Those interested in serving should contact Executive Secretary Rob Weir (email@example.com) to express interest. Please send a brief summary of your qualifications.
NEPCA is seeking a replacement to chair its specialized area in fashion. Duties include posting calls for papers for annual conferences (beginning in 2016) and for vetting submissions. If interested, please contact Rob Weir (firstname.lastname@example.org) and send a short summary of qualifications.
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Those looking to read more about the Confederate flag controversy are encouraged to read Megan Garber’s piece in The Atlantic: http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2015/06/confederate-flag-pop-culture-phenomenon/396596/