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CFHSS Responds to the Incident of Racial Profiling on UBC Campus at Congress 2019

The Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences (FHSS) released a statement to the public on August 28 detailing their investigation into the incident of anti-black racial profiling that occurred on June 2, 2019 on the UBC campus. The independent

Welcome to the new members of our Executive!

We are thrilled to announce the new (and some re-newed!) members of our Executive: Asma Sayed (President), Jesse Arseneault (Secretary-Treasurer), Terri Tomsky (Prairies Representative), J. Coplen Rose (Atlantic Representative), and Sara Rozenberg (Graduate Representative). We also want to take a

ACLALS 2019 – Auckland, New Zealand “The Uncommon Commonwealth”

  Many thanks to the brilliant organizers of this year’s triennial ACLALS conference “The Uncommon Commonwealth” held at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. The conference committee included: Assoc Professor Selina Tusitala Marsh, Dr Claudia Marquis, Assoc Professor Paula Morris,

Graduate Student Presentation Prize – 2019

Margaret Boyce (McMaster University) wins the 2019 CACLALS Graduate Student Presentation Prize for her paper “Seeking Understanding in the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s Inuit Exhibition Catalogues.” Congratulations to Margaret Boyce, PhD candidate at McMaster University, for being selected by judges Drs.

CFP – Critical Perspectives on David Chariandy’s Writings

Call for Contributions Edited collection Critical perspectives on David Chariandy’s Writings Editor: Rodolphe Solbiac Université des Antilles (Presses Universitaires de l’Université des Antilles)   The literary work of Canadian Caribbean writer David Chariandy is a resounding and growing success in

Extended Deadline: Decolonial (Re)Visions of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror

Decolonial (Re)Visions of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror Deadline extended: July 1, 2019 This special issue will address Black Canadian and Indigenous work in / with the genres of science fiction, fantasy and horror, both genre fiction proper and slipstream fiction.

CFP – Image and Imagery: Im/migrant passages: Crossing Visual, Spatial and Textual Boundaries

Call for Contributions to an e-book – Image & Imagery: Im/migrant passages: Crossing Visual, Spatial and Textual Boundaries To emigrate is to leave, to immigrate is to arrive and stay, to migrate is to move, often as a result of

EXTENDED DEADLINE CFP – Post/Colonial Ports: Place and Nonplace in the Ecotone

Call for Papers: Post/Colonial Ports: Place and Nonplace in the Ecotone Ecotones: Encounters, Crossings, and Communities (2015-2020): Ecotones #6 Concordia University, Montreal, Canada October 24-26, 2019 in partnership with EMMA (Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3), MIGRINTER (CNRS-Université de Poitiers) and La

CFP – Post/Colonial Ports: Place and Nonplace in the Ecotone

Call for Papers: Post/Colonial Ports: Place and Nonplace in the Ecotone Ecotones: Encounters, Crossings, and Communities (2015-2020): Ecotones #6 Concordia University, Montreal, Canada October 24-26, 2019 in partnership with EMMA (Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3), MIGRINTER (CNRS-Université de Poitiers) and La

CFP – Instituting, Forgetting, and Remembering: (Post-)Colonial Practices of Child Removal in Children’s Media

Call for Papers: Special Issue of International Research in Children’s Literature (http://www.euppublishing.com/loi/ircl) Editors: Lies Wesseling (lies.wesseling@maastrichtuniversity.nl) and Mavis Reimer (m.reimer@uwinnipeg.ca) Abstracts due: 1 April 2019 The (forcible) relocation and re-education of Indigenous children at the peripheries of empire was a wide-spread

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