Dear colleagues, Many of us remember when ESC: English Studies in Canada, ACCUTE’s journal, moved to the University of Alberta. Believe it or not, that move took place in 2002, nearly 15 years ago. Edited first in the new location by Jo-Ann Wallace, then by Michael O’Driscoll, and currently by […]
You may have seen a letter floating around your department or online lately, touting the benefit of ACCUTE membership. In case you haven’t, we’re happy to post it below. Written by President Jason Haslam, building on a similar letter written about ten years ago by past President Linda […]
John Z. Ming Chen and Yuhua Ji have recently published two new monographs: Marxism and 20th-Century English-Canadian Novels (2015), and Canadian-Daoist Poetics, Ethics, and Aesthetics (2015).
Each year at Congress, 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 (as announced in our Summer 2015 Newsletter) is Melissa Haynes, for her essay, […]
You’ll recall on National Academic Walkout Day we reposted a piece written by the entirely brilliant Erin Wunker–who also serves as the Contract Academic Staff representative on ACCUTE’s executive–which she originally posted on Hook and Eye. Well, we weren’t the only ones to stand up and take notice. […]