SDSU librarians have had a long history of involvement with popular culture, including participating in the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association's annual conference. This year we have a record number of librarians who presented papers. Congratulations to all of them!
Anna Culbertson and Pam Jackson, "Freebies, Fanzines and Foam Chainsaws: Preserving Southern California Fan Culture"
Katie Houk, "Movies, Memes & More: The Cultural Zeitgeist in Library Instruction"
Amanda Lanthorne, "One Man’s Trash is a Researcher’s Treasure: Using Ephemera to Study Racial Stereotypes"
Jordan Nielsen and Keven Jeffery, "We Solemnly Swear that We Are Up to No Good: Pop Culture Marketing in the Library"
Jenny Wong-Welch, "Making in the Library, or, a Popular Culture Revolution"