Conference, April 21 – 23, 2016, London, UK
The British Association for Canadian Studies (BACS) will hold its 41st annual conference from 21 to 23 April 2016. There will also be an opening lecture and reception at Canada House, Trafalgar Square, on the evening of Thursday 21 April and two full days of conference proceedings on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 April at the British Library Conference Centre, St Pancras, London.
CANADIAN STUDIES – AN OPEN CALL
To follow up the success of last year’s 40th anniversary conference there will again be an open call for papers on any aspect of Canada, including comparative papers and papers placing Canada in an international context. Conference prices are being kept largely the same as in 2015 and there will again be free student registration (including lunches and refreshments) for students presenting a paper.
Individual papers (20 minutes) and panels of 2, 3 or 4 papers (90 minutes) are invited on any aspect of Canadian Studies including Canadian history, politics, international relations, literature, film, art, society, etc. Proposals for entire panels are especially welcome.
As last year, paper proposals will normally be reviewed by the conference committee and answered within 48 hours in order to expedite conference planning and registration.
Confirmed speakers include:
Ceri Morgan (Keele University)who will give the Eccles Lecture on Friday 22 April on ‘Writing, Talking and Walking Québec’s Eastern Townships’
Pamela Palmater (Ryerson University) on Saturday 23 April –‘Addressing the National Crisis of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada’
You will find more information on the Association’s Website.