Category: English Matters

Professional Issues

Media release: The Federation applauds Budget 2019 commitment to increased learning opportunities for Canadians

OTTAWA, March 19, 2019 —  The Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences applauds the federal government’s Budget 2019 commitment to increase learning opportunities for Canadians in a complex and rapidly changing world. Especially important is the government’s commitment to expand the Student Work-Integrated Learning Program, which will create new […]

Let’s Commit Curiosity

Thank you to Jason Haslam, Chair of the Department of English at Dalhousie University (and ACCUTE past president) for responding so eloquently and forcefully to Margaret Wente’s recent column about Dalhousie and English literature studies in Canada more broadly. Curiosity matters and ACCUTE supports our colleagues at Dalhousie and […]

The 2018 F. E. L. Priestley Prize

The F. E. L. Priestley Prize Each year at the Congress of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, ACCUTE announces the winner of the F. E. L. Priestley Prize, which recognizes and acknowledges the best essay published in our scholarly journal English Studies in Canada over the past year. […]