The Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies welcomes you to its 43nd annual meeting, to be held at the Huntington Library, San Marino, California, April 1-3, 2016.
Highlights include a plenary address by Frances Dolan (UC Davis) entitled, “Blood of the Grape”; and a plenary address by Erika Rappaport (UC Santa Barbara) entitled, “Join the Tea Set: Youth, Modernity and the Legacy of Empire in Swinging London.” The program is attached, below:
PCCBS Program 2016 Huntington
Huntington-Hilton Shuttle Schedule
Pasadena Restaurants: An Extremely Idiosyncratic Selection
168 South Los Robles Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91101
The special $169 rate will be available until February 29, 2016, or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first.
Call 1-800-HILTONS to make your reservation and be sure to mention the code “PCCBS” to receive the group rate. Or use the following link:
Both the link and central reservation are open 24/7 and will continue to take reservations as long as there are rooms available in the block, until the cutoff date.
The biennial prize for the best book published between 2013-15 by a member of the Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies will be awarded at the Spring 2016 meeting at the Huntington along with a cash award.
Article Prize Submission Deadline: December 1, 2015
Copies of the book should be sent to all three committee members:
Susan Amussen, Chair
School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts
University of California, Merced
5200 North Lake Road
Merced, CA 95343
2415 Valhalla St.
Pomona, CA 91767
History Department MC 2024
Stanford, CA 94305-2024
The PCCBS invites entries from PhD students for the annual graduate student prize. The prize will be awarded at the upcoming PCCBS conference this April at the Huntington. The student and the advisor, or instructor must be current members of PCCBS. The submitted entry will have been presented at the PCCBS meeting in March 2015 in Las Vegas, or, in the case of a graduate student studying at a university within the PCCBS region, at any other conference during 2015, as long as the paper concerns a topic within the scope of British Studies. The submission should be the paper as delivered with the addition of necessary notes and citations, the total to not exceed 18 pages double spaced. The winner(s) will receive a monetary prize and be recognized at the annual PCCBS meetings.
Graduate Prize Submission: December 1, 2015
Please send electronic or hard copies with cover letter from advisor or instructor to each member of the prize committee:
Prof. Peter H. Hoffenberg, Chair
History Department, Sakamaki Hall
University of Hawai’i at Manoa
Honolulu, HI 96822
Rebecca Lemon, University of Southern California
Director, Institute of British and Irish Studies
Department of English, USC
429 Taper Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0354
Jeff Schauer, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
University of Nevada Las Vegas
4505 Maryland Parkway
Las Vegas NV 89154-5020