Mikinaakominis (Turtle Island) / TransCanadas: Literature, Justice, Relation brings together storytellers, poets, novelists, creative non-fiction writers, critics and interdisciplinary practitioners to expand the ongoing dialogue about the relationship of Canadian literatures to land, Indigenous resurgences, and Black, Muslim, Asian and other racialized subjectivities in the context of global human, nonhuman, economic, social, and ecological shifts. At both individual and collective levels, with a particular focus on developing decolonizing practices in the public sphere and in the humanities, Mikinaakominis / TransCanadas asks the hard questions that need to be asked now and attempts some provisional answers in the form of story, critique, poem, and experiment.
ACCUTE members please join us for a celebration of research at this year's Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. WLU Press is celebrating the publication of Margaret Laurence Writes Africa and Canada, by Laura K. Davis.
Please join us for wine and cheese and the launch of Margaret Laurence Writes Africa and Canada, by Laura K. Davis (WLU Press), and TransCanadian Feminist Fictions: New Cross-Border Ethics, by Libe Garcia Zarranz (McGill-Queen's UP). The event will be held at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ryerson University, for ACQL members.
Please join us in celebrating the publication of Struggles for Justice in Canada and Mexico: Themes and Theories about Social Mobilization, By Linda Snyder. The event is hosted by the Canadian Association for Social Work Education at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences.