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CACLALS on Twitter (Congress 2018)

As we are gearing up for Congress 2018, we wanted to make sure that you have all the key hashtags for your Twitter needs. We’ve recently set up a Twitter page (@caclals_ca), so please do follow us and spread the

CACLALS Executive: Call for Nominations

This is a call for nominations for several CACLALS Executive Committee positions, each of which consists of a 2-year term: BC regional rep (full-time faculty from universities in British Columbia) Quebec regional rep (full-time faculty from universities in Quebec) College

CACLALS 2018: Conversation and Reading with Rita Bouvier

We are delighted to announce that Rita Bouvier will be reading from her work at this year’s CACLALS! Rita is the author of three collections of poetry. nakomowin’sa for the seasons (Thistledown Press, 2015) was the 2016 Sask Book Awards

CACLALS 2018 International Keynote (jointly hosted with ACCUTE): Jahan Ramazani

We are excited to announce that our 2018 International Keynote will be Professor Jahan Ramazani! Jahan Ramazani is University Professor and Edgar F. Shannon Professor of English at the University of Virginia, where he has taught since receiving his PhD

CACLALS 2018 Plenary (jointly hosted with ACCUTE): Zarqa Nawaz

We are thrilled to announce that our 2018 Plenary will be Zarqa Nawaz! Zarqa Nawaz has a B.Sc from the University of Toronto and after being rejected from medical school she went on to create several short comedy films that

2018 CACLALS CFP

This year’s CACLALS Call For Papers, “Gathering Diversities through Contestation and Coalition,” for Congress 2018 (University of Regina, Saskatchewan) has just been posted. The deadline to submit proposals is January 15, 2018. For more information, click on the embedded text

CACLALS launches new website

Welcome to the new CACLALS website! We are delighted to announce the launch of this new website as well as our newly improved membership system. Please note that the new membership system now allows you to register for one, two or three years of membership. We invite you to take a moment to browse our website, including our newly constituted executive committee page, and to consider renewing your membership, or joining this collaborative and dynamic community of scholars, students and artists. Please note that CACLALS welcomes students and scholars from Canada and abroad who are interested in postcolonial studies, global Anglophone literatures, and Canada’s rich multicultural tradition.

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