SWTXPCA 2009 Conference: Dead Lessons

The 30th annual meeting of the Southwest Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Association is being held this month (Feb. 25-28th) in Albuquerque. Focus sessions on the Grateful Dead have been prominent in previous conferences and this year fourteen are being offered. Speakers are coming from all over the U.S. and include deeply involved scholars such as Nicholas Meriwether, Rebecca Adams and David Gans. This year in a special session devoted to “Dead Lessons: The Grateful Dead Organizational Model” Michael Grabsheid of U.Mass, Amherst and Sandy Sohcot of the Rex Foundation will present, as will UCSC’s University Librarian Ginny Steel. Ginny’s talk will delve into UCSC’s Grateful Dead Archive and is appropriately entitled: “By the Waterside I Will Rest My Bones.” For more on the Association, the conference, and to get a complete program go to http://www.swtxpca.org

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