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DePaul Pop Culture Conference

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The DePaul Pop Culture Conference is an annual day-long fandom and academic event. Fans, scholars and media makers gather to examine popular culture and cult media, with past topics including Harry PotterStar Trek, Doctor Who, the television and film works of Joss Whedon, and the popular television series Supernatural

Each year, a keynote speaker nominates a charity for the conference to support. Attendees, speakers and fans can donate to the charity in a number of ways: silent auction, baked goods, monetary contributions or t-shirt sales. All together, we've raised almost $5,000 for various charities, including the ACLU, Full Flood Endowment Fund and Equality Now.

For more information on the Pop Culture Conference, visit popcultureconference.com.

2021 Conference: A Celebration of Superheroes

Join us for an exciting program of panels, keynotes, workshops, and more fun events at “A Celebration of Superheroes!”

You can sign up for more info on our Facebook page. Registration begins in early 2021.