The Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences has recently announced that Congress 2021 will be conducted entirely online. While we are disappointed that the pandemic will prevent us from gathering in person, ACCUTE is confident that the enthusiasm and resilience of our members will be well supported […]
We continue to work with ACCUTE members and the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences to develop a dynamic plan for Congress 2021. The conference will be virtual, hybrid, or in-person, as necessitated by circumstances brought about Covid-19. Further details will be released on November 1st, 2020. […]
ACCUTE will be hosting three virtual events that are FREE OF CHARGE to all members on June 1st and 2nd, 2020. Please plan to join us! Please note that pre-registration will be required through the Federation website to gain access to all events and that the Annual General meeting is […]
Statement of Cancellation #ACCUTE2020 @ideas_idees. Big thanks to our Board, our coordinator, our LAC, and all the members who helped guide us in this difficult decision! Excited to still offer our (virtual) plenaries, @EDonoghueWriter and Anthony Stewart!
Thank you for your patience and good will during this unprecedented time. The cancellation of Congress approximately one week ago led the ACCUTE executive and the ACCUTE Board to think carefully about the potential options and alternatives that might be available moving forward for a conference or gathering […]
The following is a talk presented at #ACCUTE2019 by Mark A. McCutcheon. The position argued is the author’s, not that of ACCUTE. The question that titles this talk might seem at first like it has a straightforward answer: don’t you yourself own copyright in what you publish? The […]