General Call for Papers

Formed in 1975 and in the centenary period that witnessed the ratification of Canadian biculturalism, ACQL has, over the course of 40 years, emerged as Canada’s principal association for showcasing bilingual research in Canadian and Québec literatures. ACQL’s annual conference will take place at the Congress of the Social Science and Humanities being held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia from June 1 to June 3, 2019.

The general call for papers invites proposals in English or in French on research, teaching, and professional matters of relevance to current or prospective members. We encourage proposals for a variety of session types:

  • Paper Panel: Panelists present a formal paper of 15-20 minutes, followed by questions and discussion.
  • Pecha Kucha: 20 images are displayed for 20 seconds each, with explanation or commentary keyed to the images.
  • Professional Development Workshop: Intensive presentations led by a moderator, revolving around issues of professional development that are of specific relevance to Canadian and Québec Studies, or around workplace issues of concern to members at all stages of their academic careers.

Please send paper proposals (no more than 300 words) with a short biography in Word or RTF to one of the coordinators listed below by 5 January 2019. Please specify the nature of your presentation (traditional paper, poster, pecha kucha, etc.).

All paper proposals can be written in French or English. Those who propose papers or sessions must be members of the ACQL by 1 March 2019. See the ACQL website (www.alcq-acql.ca) for membership and registration information.

Coordinator (English)
Thomas Hodd, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Département d’anglais
Université de Moncton
18, avenue Antonine Maillet
Moncton, NB, E1A 3E9
Phone : (506) 858-4247
Email : thomas.hodd@umoncton.ca

Coordinator (French)
Professeur Scott Powers
Department of Modern Languages & Literatures
University of Mary Washington
1301 College Avenue
Fredericksburg, Virginia (USA)
Phone: (540) 654-1995
Email: spowers@umw.edu