THE ANGLE: Call for Submissions

The Angle is the newsletter of ACCUTE. We publish poetry and short fiction (max. 1000 words), profiles on research projects and pedagogical innovations, program spotlights, and member news. Share your creativity with your colleagues! Submit by 29 August for consideration in the Fall 2022 issue. For inquiries, please […]

CFP: Onoto Watanna’s Cattle at 100 – Indomitable Women in the West During the Chinese Exclusion Era (Deadline extended: 30 Sept 2022)

Onoto Watanna’s Cattle at 100: Indomitable Women in the West During the Chinese Exclusion Era 27-30 July 2023 / University of Calgary and Chinese Cultural Centre Conference Keynotes will include: Lily Cho (York University), author of Mass Capture: Chinese Head Tax and the Making of Non-Citizens Nancy Rao (Rutgers University), author of Chinatown […]

Call for Participants: Media Access & Copyright Working Groups 2022-2023, Film & Media Studies Association of Canada

The Media Access and Copyright (MAC) Working Group of the Film and Media Studies Association of Canada (FMSAC) has recently published its report, How Copyright Impedes Creativity and Learning, and How Canadian Media Studies Communities Can Take Action. Andrew Burke, President of the FMSAC, invites ACCUTE members whose research […]

CFP: Shelter in Text, edited by Myra Bloom and Kasia Van Schaik (Deadline: 1 November 2022) 

Call for Contributions Edited Collection: Shelter in Text This is a call for scholarly articles and longform creative essays for an edited collection entitled Shelter in Text, which interrogates the relationship between the physical and textual spaces we inhabit. We invite work that probes the relationship between literature and shelter–interpreted […]

CFP: Anne Carson and the Unknown – UCLouvain, Belgium, 24-25 May 2023 (Deadline: 12 September 2022)

INTERNATIONAL  CONFERENCE: Anne Carson and the Unknown – Explorations in 21st-Century Experimental Poetry UCLouvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 24-25 May 2023 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Laura JANSEN, Associate Professor in Classics and Comparative Literature, University of Bristol; Ian RAE, Associate Professor of English, King’s University College at Western University; Christine WIESENTHAL, Professor […]