L'Association des littératures canadienne et québécoise

The Association for Canadian and Québec Literatures

 

À propos de l’ALCQ

Fondée en 1975 et durant la période du centenaire qui a vu la ratification du bilinguisme canadien, l’ALCQ se positionne depuis 40 ans comme la principale association au Canada à mettre en valeur la recherche sur les littératures canadienne et québécoise dans les deux langues officielles. L’ALCQ tient son colloque annuel la dernière fin de semaine de mai dans le cadre du Congrès des sciences humaines et sociales.

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Nouvelles

The Winner of the 2019 Gabrielle Roy Prize (English Section)

The Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures (ACQL) is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2019 Gabrielle Roy Prize (English section), which each year honours the best work of Canadian literary criticism written in English, is Jody Mason for Home...

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The Finalists for the Gabrielle Roy Prize 2019

The Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures (ACQL) is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2019 Gabrielle Roy Prize (English section), which each year honours the best work of Canadian literary criticism published in English. This year’s shortlisted...

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Annual Conference Cancelled

Due to COVID-19, the Federation has decided that there will not be an in-person Congress 2020. Furthermore, the Executive Board of the ACQL came to the unanimous decision to withdraw entirely from Congress 2020. I want to assure you that this decision was reached...

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