Final version of the ACCUTE Congress 2013 conference program!

We’re excited to share the draft schedule for our 2013 conference, scheduled for 1-4 June, in Victoria, BC.  ACCUTE 2013 features some dynamic presenters! We’re especially pleased to welcome our plenary speakers, Felicity Nussbaum and Kyla Wazana Tompkins. Dr. Nussbaum’s talk will be entitled “Lifewriting @ the edge: […]

ACCUTE 2013 Travel Fund Claim Form

ACCUTE and ESC: English Studies in Canada have partnered to create a travel fund for presenters at ACCUTE’s 2013 conference. In light of the recent cuts to SSHRC, we did want to offer some level of support, but please note that this fund is on a trial basis and may […]

In Critical Condition

This year’s Congress theme encourages us to consider what–or perhaps who–is @the edge in Humanities scholarship. For the last several decades, that edge has accreted an increasingly large percentage of the labour force, who help sustain university programs as adjunct/contingent/sessional faculty. Despite the rapid growth of this professional […]

News of Members

Heather Latimer’s (UBC) Reproductive Acts: Sexual Politics in North American Fiction and Film will be published on June 1, 2013, with McGill-Queen’s UP. “In Reproductive Acts, Heather Latimer investigates what contemporary fiction and film can tell us about the divisive nature of these politics, and demonstrates how fictional representations of reproduction […]