As the Southwest Popular/American Culture Association enters its 45th year, we also celebrate ten years of Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, the humble beginnings of which hail from a series of conversations at conferences and the outgrowth of scholarship at annual SWPACA (then Southwest/Texas PCA) meetings. A decade in, Dialogue now includes authors and readers far beyond the boundaries of the Albuquerque conference, continuing the important work of sharing popular culture pedagogy and practice.
Please join us in congratulating Anna CohenMiller and Karina Vado on this landmark issue, as we celebrate them, the collected Dialogue authors, and the community that will continue to benefit from this important work.
Lynnea Chapman King
Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy
Southwest Popular/American Culture Association