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Conference Program: PCCBS Annual Meeting, March 6-8, 2015, Las Vegas, NV

The Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies (PCCBS) invites you to attend its 42nd annual meeting, to be held at the M Resort Spa Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, California, March 6-8, 2015. PCCBS Program Registration Form 2015 2015 Local
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PCCBS Article Prize

PCCBS invites submissions for the biennial prize for the best article published between 2012-14 by a member of the Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies will be awarded at the Spring 2015 meeting in Las Vegas along with a cash…
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PCCBS Newsletter 2014

The PCCBS Newsletter, Fall 2014, is available for download here… PCCBS Newsletter 2014
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PCCBS Newsletter Fall 2013

The PCCBS Newsletter, Fall 2013, is available for download here… PCCBS Newsletter 2013
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Fall 2012 Newsletter

You may download a copy of the Fall 2012 Newsletter here: PCCBS Newsletter 2012
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Fall 2011 Newsletter

You may download a copy of the Fall 2011 Newsletter here: PCCBS Newsletter 2011
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PCCBS Newsletter Fall 2010

The PCCBS Newsletter, Fall 2010, is available for download here… Fall Newsletter 2010
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Fall 2009 Newsletter

You may download a copy of the Fall 2009 Newsletter here: 2009 Newsletter
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Article Prize Winners

2013: Winner: David Cressy, “Saltpetre, State Security and Vexation in Early Modern England,” Past & Present 212 (August 2011): 73-211 2013 Article Prize Description 2011: Winner: Simon Devereaux, “Recasting the Theatre of Execution: The Abolition of the Tyburn Ritual,” Past…
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Graduate Prize Winners

2014: Karin Amundsen (USC), “‘Upon Uncertain Hope of Gain': Alchemy and Empire in Tudor England” 2014 Graduate Prize description 2014 (Honorable Mention): Jamie Stoops (University of Arizona), “‘Pestilent Publications': Pornography and Class Relations in Victorian England” 2014 Graduate Prize Honorable
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