Circles of Conversation From June 2-5, 2019, as part of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Canada hosted by the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, the […]
The CCLA program for the 2018 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences taking place in Regina, Saskatchewan May 26 to June 1 is now available at this link: https://complit.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/CCLA2018-program-booklet-6.pdf. The […]
Congress 2018 Graduate Student Travel Awards DEADLINE: FEBURARY 28 The University of Regina is pleased to offer the Congress 2018 Graduate Student Travel Awards, funded by the President’s Planning Committee […]
The final program for the CCLA meeting at Congress 2013 is now available.
The final program for the CCLA meeting at Congress 2011 is now available: http://complit.ca/html/congress.html.
A tentative program of the CCLA meeting at Congress 2012 in Waterloo is now available online: http://complit.ca/html/congress.html.
CfP: Congrès 2012 – Perspectives comparées sur les croisées de chemins et les contre-courants / Comparative Perspectives on Crossroads and Crosscurrents
Appel de Communication: Congrès 2012 – Perspectives comparées sur les croisées de chemins et les contre-courants Les croisées de chemins sont des intersections critiques, des points de jonction où des […]
The deadline for the CCLA/ACLC Call for Papers for Congress 2011 in Fredericton (meeting date: 29-31 May 2011) has been extended to January 15, 2011. Please send abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org. […]
Congress 2011 CCLA panel CfP: Virgin Envy: Contemporary Approaches to Virginity in Literature and Arts
Virginity has long been a trope found in literary and cultural texts, however, how do we understand virginity and why does it matter become two questions worthy of consideration. This […]
Comparative Literature from Coast to Coast / La littérature comparée d’une rive à l’autre On estime que plus de 70% du globe est recouvert par les océans, et pourtant c’est […]
APPEL DE COMMUNICATIONS/ CALL FOR PAPERS CONGRESS/ Congrès 2010 Association canadienne de littérature comparée (ACLC)/ Canadian Comparative Literature Association (CCLA) May 28 – 30 mai Concordia, Montréal, Québec Connexions comparatives/ Comparative […]
Joint Panel Proposal: ACQL / CCLA Spatial Exclusion in Canadian and Québec Literatures Domenic A. Beneventi, CELAT-UQAM Spatial theory since the 1960s has had an important influence on recent literary […]
The final program is now available.
CONGRESS OF THE HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, CARLETON UNIVERSITY Ottawa, Ontario, May 23 – 25 2009 Comparative Spaces: Changing Territories 2009 marks the 40th anniversary of the Canadian Comparative Literature […]
Transnationalism, transculturation, diaspora, migrancy, postcoloniality, ethnicity, multiculturalism, mestizaje, creolization, these are only some of the rubrics that literary critics employ as a corrective to the national paradigm of literary study […]