Featuring English- and French-language plenaries and panels, this year's ACQL conference adapts the theme of Congress 2018, "Gathering Diversities," to the Association's commitment to language as the living archive of culture and politics.
In Regina, home of longstanding Fransaskois, Métis, and anglophone communities, we bring junior and established scholars together to consider the roles that literature plays in expressing Canadians' relations to their many languages here and around the world. Plenary speakers include Zarqa Nawaz, Wendy Roy, Pamela Sing, and Audrée Wilhelmy.
Canadian Literature; Littérature québécoise; Languages; Littératures de la francophonie canadienne; First Nations' Literatures; Littératures autochtones; Creative Writing; Création littéraire
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Shelley Hulan, University of Waterloo; Scott Powers, University of Mary Washington
Medrie Purdham, University of Regina