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CFP: Special BLM Issue of Studies in Canadian Literature

Studies in Canadian Literature is accepting submissions to a forthcoming special issue taking up concerns in the Black Lives Matter movement. The Deadline is January 6, 2021. For more information, please see this linked CFP.

The CACLALS 2021 CFP is here!

The CFP for CACLALS 2021 is out now! In light of the COVID-19 pandemic we will be holding a virtual conference. Please note that the theme remains unchanged from our deferred 2020 conference, so there are instructions for both those

CFP – Stories from the Margins: Indigenous Connections to the Land

CALL FOR PAPERS  Stories from the Margins: Indigenous Connections to the Land   University of Northumbria 29-30 June 2021   Confirmed Keynote Speakers   Prof. Lill Tove Fredriksen (UiT The Arctic University of Norway)  Conversation between Prof. David Stirrup (University of Kent, U.K.)

New Books by CACLALS Members

New in WLUP’s Indigenous Studies series! Two works by Innu author An Antane Kapesh, translated into English for the very first time. The English-language stories are presented with facing pages of the revised Innu text. Translation from French and Afterword by

CACLALS Stands in Solidarity With Scholar Strike Canada

Dear CACLALS Members, Scholar Strike Canada begins today, September 9th, and continues into tomorrow, September 10th. This two-day event marks a collective labour action “to protest anti-Black, racist, and colonial police brutality in the U.S., Canada, and elsewhere” (ScholarStrikeCanada). For

CACLALS Annual Reports

Dear CACLALS Members, The Annual President’s and Treasurer’s reports have been posted, and we invite you to review them here. We wish our members the best as we enter a new academic year and look forward to sharing news of

Statement of Solidarity with Antiracist Protest

We are living through an exceptional time with the difficulties presented by the COVID-19 crisis. At the same time, we are witnessing a revitalized attention to incidents of racist policing that might appear exceptional to some, but that are extensions

Tenure-Track Position in Indigenous Literatures of Turtle Island

The Department of English at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton invites applications for a Tenure-Track position at the rank of Assistant Professor to commence July 1, 2021, subject to final budgetary approval. Candidates should have a completed PhD,

CACLALS Cancelled

Dear CACLALS members, The Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences has announced that the in-person Congress at Western University has been canceled as a result of the currently unfolding COVID-19 crisis. After weighing the possibilities and limitations of putting on

COVID-19 Update: In-Person Congress Cancelled–More Information on CACLALS Conference Coming Soon

Dear CACLALS Members, The Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences has announced that the in-person Congress at the University of Western Ontario has been cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. You can find their official statement at this