We are pleased to release the final draft of the ACCUTE 2019 conference program!
Congratulations to David Williams (University of Manitoba) for winning the Priestley Prize, announced at this year’s meeting of ACCUTE at Congress. David wins for his essay, “Film and the Mechanization of Time in the Myth of the Great War Canon” published in ESC 41.2-3. Thank you to the […]
Call For Papers ESC: English Studies in Canada Special Issue on “Transitions” Co-Edited by Mark Simpson and Michael O’Driscoll
On July 1, 2017, ESC: English Studies in Canada will be moving from its long-time home at the University of Alberta to its new residence at Western University. To mark this occasion, and as a parting editorial gesture, the Co-Editors will publish a special issue on the theme […]
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. This year’s winner is George […]