The Avie Bennett Chair in Canadian Literature presents Katherena Vermette (Red River Métis – Michif) on Storymaking and Richard Van Camp (Tłı̨chǫ Dene) on Storytelling, followed by a dialogue with each other hosted and moderated by Smaro Kamboureli, the Avie Bennett Chair in Canadian Literature. This event is […]
The Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies is pleased to announce that their 2022 Milton Seminar is scheduled to be held in-person in Toronto from 27-28 May 2022. Should pandemic conditions require, the conference will be translated to an online event. For details, please visit the CRRS website.
22 November 2021, 6 p.m. EDT via Zoom: To register, please click here. What does it mean to approach video games and gaming from a critical posthumanist perspective? Gaming destabilizes the humanist concept of a unified self by promoting the concept of multiple, networked subjectivities and providing a […]
Jody Mason (Department of English, Carleton University) will deliver the 2021 Canadian Literature Centre Scholarly Lecture, hosted by the University of Alberta, on Friday, 5 November at 4:00 p.m. EDT. The event will take place on Zoom. Her talk, “The ‘Creative Crusade’: Settler Colonial Antinomies and Books for Development […]
The Canadian Association for Theatre Research (CATR/ACRT) and the Société québécoise d’études théâtrales (SQET) will be holding the fourth act of their conference Crisis and Recovery: Theatre and Performance Before and After the Global Pandemic on 22 and 23 October 2021. Please visit Theatreagora.ca to catch programming that was postponed this summer. If you […]