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Young Canadianists / Jeunes canadianistes - CFP / AaC

Dear Colleagues,

The Emerging Scholars Forum of the Association for Canadian Studies in German-speaking Countries (GKS) invites abstract submissions for paper and poster presentations at their upcoming conference entitled

Imagining Canada: 'Discovering' and Navigating 'All Our Relations' in an (Un)Common Country

which will be taking place from 3-5 September 2020 at the Freiburg Research Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS) in Freiburg, Germany.

Please see the document for the full Call for Papers in English here.


Chères et Chers collègues,

Le Forum des Jeunes Chercheur-se-s de l’Association d’Études Canadiennes dans les Pays de Langue Allemande (GKS) vous invite à partager vos propositions pour une présentation ou un poster pour leur prochaine conférence

 (Ré)imaginer le Canada : se retrouver et partager toutes nos relations

 qui aura lieu du 3 au 5 septembre 2020 à l’Institut pour les Recherches Avancées (FRIAS) de l’Université de Fribourg, en Allemagne.

Vous pouvez trouver le document pour l'appel à communications complet en français ici.

Call for contributions - Minorities in Canada

Dear Colleagues,

Please find here our call for contributions to a volume of studies entitled Minorities in Canada - Intercultural Investigations.              The deadline for submission of abstracts of proposed contributions, in English or French, is January 31, 2020.

Style Guide - Minorities in Canada 

Friendly greetings,

Judit Nagy
Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Budapest, Hungary

Canadian Studies Summer School

Dear colleague(s),

We are presently organizing a European Summer School in Canadian Studies (ESSCS), which will take place in Vienna and Innsbruck from June 29 until July 10, 2020. The European Summer School in Canadian Studies is the first of its kind and addresses the multidisciplinary field of Canadian Studies. It aims at bringing high-potential students from various countries in Europe and beyond together to strengthen the dialogue between the many disciplines that make up Canadian Studies: literary and cultural studies, indigenous studies, media studies, linguistics, history, cultural geography, political sciences, sociology, gender studies, and economics. It offers high-potential MA/MEd and PhD students in the Humanities and Social Sciences critical perspectives on national myths and stereotypes.

For detailed information on the summer school programme, please go to the ESSCS-homepage: https://canada.univie.ac.at/esscs-2020/.

Sincerely yours,

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ursula Moser
for the organizers