Communautés québécoises et francophones / Communities in Québec and Francophone North-America
The American Council for Québec Studies invites submissions of abstracts for individual papers, as well as panel proposals, for our 2014 Biennial Conference. This year's theme is open to diverse approaches and lines of inquiry from across the Humanities and Social Sciences. We
are interested in papers that examine the history, cultural contributions, and challenges of the many communities that comprise the social fabrics of Québec and Francophone North America: Pluralités. To this end, we are pleased to announce that a group of ACQS members is
coordinating a series of panels around the theme of "Queer Québec".
ACQS Officers for 2014-2015:
President -- Leslie Choquette, Assumption College
Vice-President -- Katherine Harrington, Plymouth State University
Secretary -- Mark Richard, SUNY Plattsburgh
Treasurer -- Sam Fisher, U. of South Alabama
Call for Papers/Colloquim for Doctorial Canadidates and New Scholars is available. Submission deadline is April 1, 2014.
Call for Papers - ACQS 2014 - English --- En Francais Call for Papers for Queer Québec Colloquim click CFP.
Plan ahead for the next ACQS Conference, October 16-20, 2014 Montréal Château Champlain, Montreal
December 9, 2013 is the deadline for submitting proposals for the Québec/United States University Grant Program for scholars and graduate students.
Banff Research in Culture 2014
"Banff Research in Culture (BRiC) is a residency program designed for scholars and artists* engaged in advanced theoretical research on themes and topics in culture. In 2014, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, junior faculty (pre-tenure), activists, writers, and practicing artists from around the world will convene at The Banff Centre to contemplate the theme of 'distributed intimacies' for three weeks in this intensive summer residence."
Application information can be found at Banff Research in Culture 2014