Pew Research has confirmed that landline-only polling inflates Republican support and is not an accurate tally of voter intention.
Full report here.
A Call For Proposals for The Third Annual International Conference on Popular Romance: “Can’t Buy Me Love? Sex, Money, Power, and Romance,” New York City, June 26-28, 2011
The International Association for the Study of Popular Romance (IASPR) [www.iaspr.org] is seeking proposals for innovative panels, papers, roundtables, discussion groups, and multi-media presentations that contribute to a sustained conversation about romantic love and its representations in global popular media. We welcome analyses of individual books, films, television series, websites, songs, etc., as well as broader inquiries into the reception of popular romance and into the creative industries that produce and market it worldwide.
This conference has four main goals:
After the conference, proceedings will be subjected to peer-review and published.
Please submit proposals by January 1, 2011 and direct questions to: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
We are currently pursuing funds to help defray the cost of travel to New York City for the conference. If these funds become available, we will notify those accepted how to apply for support from IASPR.
This is a photo of the ceiling in a classroom at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board. The teacher put up his students’ favorite quotations from The Educated Imagination.
Full-sized version of the photo after the jump.