We are pleased to announce that this year’s Esther Cheung Award winner is Lee Campbell (York University) for his paper “’It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing”: Jazz, para-audible […]
How can we promote open and accessible forms of knowledge in the humanities and create inclusive communities? Comment pouvons-nous générer de nouveaux espaces communs pour créer et faire circuler nos […]
New Book Series: University College London Press: “Comparative Literature and Culture by BCLASeries Editors: Timothy Matthews and Florian Mussgnug Comparative Literature and Culture explores new creative and critical perspectives on literature, art and […]
The Canadian Comparative Literature Association/Association Canadienne de Littérature Comparée (CCLA/ACLC) voices its solidarity with Black Lives Matter, and with demonstrators around the world protesting the vicious murder of George Floyd. […]
The Canadian Comparative Literature Association/Association Canadienne de Littérature Comparée (CCLA/ACLC) calls on Chairs of academic programs in the humanities, Graduate Program Directors (GPD) and officials participating in the higher administration […]
Attached please find the final version of this year’s conference program. Our conference this year will be held online Saturday, May 30 to Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
Dear Members: As universities are shifting their courses from in-person to online, many of you have worked out ways of accommodating this change, but for those who may need some […]
The Georgian annual Sjani: Journal of Literary Theory and Comparative Literature is accepting submissions of new work for its 2020 number. The deadline is 20 April 2020. They publish work […]
The winner of this year’s Esther Cheung Award is Matthew Tétreault, University of Alberta, for his paper entitled “Literary Resistance? Situating a Métis National Literature”. Congratulations, Matthew!