Of Insubordination and Academic Freedom

By Ann Martin, ACCUTE campus representative, University of Saskatchewan The day after Robert Buckingham, the now former Executive Director of the School of Public Health at the University of Saskatchewan, was stripped of his title and tenure, and escorted off the campus by security, my cousin—Managing Director of the Canadian […]

ACCUTE 2014 Travel Fund

ACCUTE and ESC: English Studies in Canada have partnered to create a travel fund for presenters at ACCUTE’s 2014 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 not be […]

In Memoriam: Renate Eigenbrod

ACCUTE members will be immeasurably saddened by the passing, on Thursday May 8th, of  Renate Eigenbrod, Professor of Aboriginal Literatures and Head of Native Studies at the University of Manitoba.  Long-standing member of our association, passionate researcher and teacher of Aboriginal literatures and cultures in Canada, a constant […]

News of Members

Jennifer Drouin‘s (University of Alabama) monograph Shakespeare in Québec: Nation, Gender, and Adaptation was published by University of Toronto Press in March. The book traces the evolution of discourses of nation and gender in Québec from the Conquest of New France to the present through the lenses of […]