Founded in 1957 and holding its first conference in 1958, the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English (ACCUTE) promotes the study of English language, literatures, and other cultural material in a global context in Canadian colleges and universities.
The next ACCUTE conference will take place June 1-7, 2019, during the annual Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, held at the University of British Columbia. For information about past and future conferences, please click here.
Congress 2020 will take place May 30-June 5, 2020 at Western University.
The bid process for Congress 2021 is currently underway. Please see the Congress website for more information.
ACCUTE’s annual conference features nationally and internationally recognized scholars, and papers from across the range of periods, topics, and methodologies of English studies. Our programs also include sessions on professional and pedagogical concerns, as well as joint sessions with a number of other scholarly associations. This conference takes place at the annual meeting of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, including close to 100 scholarly and professional associations.
- Explore our newsletter archive, with over 25 years of ACCUTE history.
- Explore our professional discussions, call for papers, job advertisements, and much more in our blog, English Matters.
- Learn about our past and upcoming conferences.
- Learn about the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences.
- Join ACCUTE today!
- 2018: University of Regina, May 26-29: program.
- 2017: Ryerson University, May 27-30: program
- 2016: University of Calgary, May 28 -31: program
- 2015: University of Ottawa, May 30 May – 2 June 2015: program
- 2014: Brock University, May 24 – 27: program
- 2013: University of Victoria, June 1- 4: program
- 2012: University of Waterloo & Wilfrid Laurier University, May 26 – 29: program
- 2011: University of New Brunswick & St. Thomas University, May 28 – 31: program
- 2010: Concordia University, May 28-31: program
Programs before 2010 were published in the March issues of our newsletter, and can be found on our newsletter page.