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Modernisms, Inside & Out
The 4th conference of the Canadian Women Artists History Initiative
Toronto, 20-22 August, 2020
A collaboration between Concordia University, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection & Ryerson University’s Modern Literature and Culture Research Centre.
The 4th conference of the Canadian Women Artists History Initiative welcomes papers that respond to this question across all forms of material and visual culture. Case studies and broader analyses are welcome, as are new methodologies for studying un(der)explored Canadian women artists inside and outside of Canada. Modern formations cross time, geographies, cultures, and media; we invite your engagement with current debates that help us to better understand this diversity.
Deadline for submissions: 15 January 2020. Please email a working title, a 150-word abstract and a 2-page cv to email@example.com. Graduate students should also forward a letter of support from their supervisor. Selections will be made by 30 March 2020. Any inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Gregory Betts is now an honorary Irish poet.
The designation is a fitting end to a year spent bringing Irish and Canadian cultures closer together while teaching at the University College Dublin.
Gregory is one of only four non-Irish poets to have their work included in the University College Dublin’s Irish Poetry Reading Archive, a national project that seeks to record every Irish poet reading their work and talking about their writing.
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Feminism Reloaded? The Serial Debate on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence, or: What’s New about #Me Too?
The Centre for Canadian Studies is pleased to support and promote an event featuring Dr. Sabine Sielke, Director, North American Studies, University of Bonn. Dr. Sielke’s interdisciplinary expertise spans 19th and 20th Century American literature, modernist and postmodernist culture, literary and cultural theory, gender studies, dialogues between cultural studies and the natural sciences as well as 20th Century art and popular culture.
This presentation will be held on Thursday September 12 in Glenridge Building A, Room 201 from 2:30-4:00 p.m.
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The Centre for Canadian Studies is thrilled to announce the Fulbright Research Chair in Canadian Studies. Dr. Jason Black is a professor and Chair of Communication Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte who will be on campus for the winter term. He will be teaching CANA 3V92 Social Activism and Culture in Canada and the United States on Thursdays in D3. This course is a cross-cultural study of social activism and its rhetorical functions in Canada and the United States. Students will analyse how public communication texts and media representations such as speeches, manifestos, narratives, music, memoirs, and film reflect social change. Case studies will be drawn from activism about race/ethnicity; Indigenous mascotting; gender and sexualities; and environmentalism.
Students interested in registering for this course should do so as soon as possible as we expect it to fill quickly. We have recently crosslisted the course with Communications (COMM 3V92), Film (FILM 3V92) and Popular Culture (PCUL 3V92).
For more information, contact email@example.com or click here for the course promo.
The 2020-2021 Fulbright Canadian Research Chair Program is accepting applications from academics and professionals through November 15th, 2019.
Fulbright Scholars are selected for their academic merit, leadership potential and interest in engaging with international scholars and communities.
Please note that the entire financial support is provided to the Chairholder, applicants can take these awards either during a sabbatical or a regular academic year.
These grants support research with colleagues at institutions across the US. See the opportunities below:
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Canadian Studies- Michigan State University– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Distinguished Chair in Québec Studies– State University of New York College at Plattsburgh– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Social Sciences- University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Distinguished Chair in International Area Studies- Yale University– US$50,000 for 8 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair inAboriginal Indigenous Cultures, Sovereignties, and Languages– University of Arizona– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in the Humanities and Social Sciences– The Citadel- US$25,000 for 9 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Arctic Studies– University of Washington– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Arctic Studies– Dartmouth College– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Climate Change, Air Quality, and Atmospheric Chemistry– University of California, Irvine– US$25,000 for 5 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Public Health– Johns Hopkins University– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Computers, Science, and Engineering– Florida Polytechnic University- US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Science– Illinois Institute of Technology– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair– University of California, Santa Barbara– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair– Vanderbilt University– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Military Social Work– University of Southern California– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Peace and War Studies– Norwich University– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Policy Studies– University of Texas at Austin– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Public Diplomacy– University of Southern California– US$25,000 for 4 months
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Canada-U.S. Relations– Johns Hopkins University– US$25,000 for 4 months
Eligibility for these awards, require the candidate to meet the minimum requirements mentioned below:
- Have Canadian citizenship (Permanent residence is not sufficient).
- Hold a PhD or equivalent professional/terminal degree as appropriate.
- Be proficient in English.
- Applications accepted until November 15, 2019
- For a more comprehensive overview of the application process, please access this link.
You are invited to attend an afternoon with Cecil Foster. They Called Me George is the untold story of Black Train Porters and the Birth of Modern Canada.
This evening is being held at the St. Catharines Central Library, 54 Church Street, St. Catharines on Saturday April 20 from 12 noon to 3 p.m.
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