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Programming Tracks

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A list of the programming tracks, as well as links to their websites (as appropriate). Note - the pocket program contains a complete listing of programming tracks, their tentative schedules, and host locations.


A-C

Alternate History Track

American Science Fiction Classics

American SF Media Track

Animation Track

Anime/Manga

Apocalypse Rising

Armory

Art Show Forums and Workshops

British Programming Track

Costuming Track

 

D-F

Electronic Frontiers Forums

Fantasy Literature

Filk Singing

 

G-O

Game Programming

Horror & Dark Fantasy

Independent Film

Kaleidoscope

Main Programming

MMORPGs

 

P-R

Paranormal Track

Podcasting: Now and Beyond

Puppetry

Readings

Robotics

 

S-U

Science

Sci-Fi and Fantasy Literature

Silk Road: Asian Cinema & Culture

Skeptics

Space

Star Gate: Multiverse

Star Wars Track

Tolkien's Middle Earth

Trek Track

Urban Fantasy

 

 

V-Z

Whedonverse

Writers’ Track

X Track

Young Adult Literature

 

You Can Help!

 Many of these tracks don't have their own pages on this wiki. You can create them! If you can provide any information about one of these tracks please create a page and add information as possible. Several of these tracks also have no URL listed on the Dragon*Con homepage, and are therefore not listed here. If you are aware of a track homepage not listed, please add it to the appropriate spot on this page.

Comments (1)

CoatHanger said

at 9:35 am on Aug 16, 2010

In the tags we have the redundant 'programming tracks' and 'programming' which serve the same purpose. Since we have this article titled as it is, and since it's slightly more clear a title, I'm going to start removing the 'programming' tag.

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