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CEACS Congress and Conference CFP - Second call

Dear Colleagues,

Please see here the second Call for Papers for the 9th Triennial International Conference of the Central European Association for Canadian Studies (CEACS). Organised by Eötvös Loránd University, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary, Pázmány Péter Catholic University and the Budapest Business School University of Applied Science, it will take place in Budapest from 27-29 October 2022. The theme is "Canadian Landscapes". The deadline for submitting a proposal is 22 April 2022.

On behalf of organisation team,

Judit Nagy
Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem

CfP - ELOPE, Alice Munro (June 2022)

Dear Colleagues,
The Slovenian journal ELOPE: English Language Overseas Perspectives and Enquiries will be publishing a special issue to mark Alice Munro's 90th birthday. For details on submissions, see this Call for Papers.
Denisa Krásná
CEACS Secretariat
Masaryk University, Brno 


Central European Journal of Canadian Studies

Volume 16



The Editorial Board is seeking contributions for Volume 16 of the Central European Journal of Canadian Studies / Revue d’études canadiennes en Europe centrale

Articles should not exceed 15 pages (27,000 characters with notes, excluding spaces).

We invite articles that examine any area of Canadian Studies. Because the Journal will be read by Canadianists from a variety of disciplines, we encourage submitters to write in a jargon-free style. This will ensure readability among both the expert and the general academic public. Use your good judgement to explain potentially alienating terminology or to avoid it altogether.

Also to encourage readability, please keep endnotes to a minimum. Instead, incorporate all relevant information into the body of your paper.

Reviews should not exceed 4 pages (7,200 characters excluding spaces). Reviews for the Central European Journal of Canadian Studies are restricted to 1) books by authors from the Central European region (in any language); 2) books by authors from outside the region that the reviewers feel are particularly useful for teaching or research purposes here; 3) translations of Canadian books that fall within the traditional domain of Canadian Studies. If in doubt, please feel free to contact us.

Reports (on activities or events in the region) should not exceed 1 page (1,800 characters excluding spaces).

General Requirements

To facilitate the review process, make sure to have your submission pre-read by a qualified native speaker of English.

Deadline for submission: August 16, 2021

Please send your submission electronically to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Include “Journal 16” in the title of your e-mail.

Within a week of submitting your contribution, CEACS will send you electronic confirmation that it has been received. If you do not receive such a message of confirmation, please contact Jason Blake (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Again, please include “Journal 16” in the title of the e-mail.Preparation Checklist

  •  Be sure that your paper has not been previously published.
  • Use OpenOffice, Microsoft Word or RTF format.
  • The manuscript should be in English or French
  • Please include an abstract in English and French
  • Use in-text citations rather than footnotes
  • Keep discursive footnotes to a minimum, also in terms of length.

Each submission will be read and judged based on a blind reading by two Canadianists so as to ensure an objective decision.

Authors will receive the results of the decision within a few weeks.

We look forward to receiving your contributions.

Jason Blake


Central European Journal of Canadian Studies / Revue d’études canadiennes en Europe centrale