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Waterloo, ON 2012

Colloque annuel de l’ALQC 2012

Congrès des sciences humaines

26, 27 et 28 mai 2012
l’Université Wilfrid Laurier et l’Université de Waterloo

Littératures canadiennes et québécoises dans le context de la mondialisation

PROGRAMME

samedi 26 mai 2012


8h30-9h00: Café

Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Université Wilfrid Laurier

9h00-10h30:
Séance 1A: Mémoire, histoire et identité
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Lee Skallerup Bessette

1. « La question de la mémoire dans des textes migrants », Leah Roth, University of Western Ontario 
2. “Memorializing History: the Commemorative Plaque in African-Canadian Literature,” Gillian Roberts, University of Nottingham, UK
3. “Pointing the Finger: Marie-Joseph Angélique, the Montreal Fire of 1734, and a Hidden History of Racism in Canada,” Lacey Beer, University of Waterloo

Séance 1B: À qui appartient l'Atlantique noir? Le Passage du Milieu en tant qu'histoire mondiale dans la littérature africo-canadienne contemporaine
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Veronica Austen

1. “‘A lantern trapping light’: The Middle Passage in Dionne Brand’s Ossuaries,” Tanis MacDonald, Wilfrid Laurier University
2. “Witnessing and Our Contemporaneity with the Past: Lawrence Hill’s The Book of Negroes,” Winfried Siemerling, University of Waterloo
3. “Eating Words: Letter-Writing and the Failures(?) of Communication in M. NourbeSe Philip’s Zong!,” Veronica Austen, St Jerome's University

Séance 1C: Re/articuler l’hégémonie bourgeoise au Canada et au Québec I
(co-présenté avec CACLALS)
Psychology, Anthropology, and Sociology Building (PAS) 1241, Université de Waterloo
Organisateur et président: David Leahy

1. “Forty Years of Language Politics: Beautiful Losers and Sociolinguistics in Montreal,” Margery Fee, University of British Columbia
2. “Mom and Pop Capitalism No More: Canadian Cultural Responses to Shopping,” Kit Dobson, Mount Royal University
3. “Social Cosmologies and 'Wasted Lives' in Rawi Hage's Cockroach,” Roxanne Rimstead, Université de Sherbrooke

10h30-11h00: Café

11h00-12h00: Conférence d’honneur
Patrick Imbert, Université d'Ottawa
« Textes transculturels et caméléonnage littéraire au Canada  »
En collaboration avec l'Apfucc
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Avec l’appui financier du Fonds de soutien pour les séances interdisciplinaires (FCSH)

12h00-13h00: Déjeuner

13h30-15-30:
Séance 2A: Le tourisme littéraire au Canada
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Brook Pratt

1. “Are We There Yet?: Reconsidering Literary Tourism in Canada,” Brooke Pratt, Queen’s University
2. “Margaret Atwood’s ‘The Grave of the Famous Poet’:The Material Significance of the Writer,” Medrie Purdham, University of Regina
3. “Animating the Literary Landscape: Artist Residencies in Writers’ Houses in Canada,” Nancy Earle, Memorial University
4. “Time Travel: Re-Visiting Canadian History Through Literature and the Preservation of Domestic Spaces,” Alicia Fahey, University of British Columbia

Séance 2B: L’écrivan à l'ère numérique
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Erin Wunker

1. “Atwood’s On-line Hospitality: Creating Virtual Destinations and Global Communities through the Travel Blog,” Shelley Boyd, Kwantlen Polytechnic University
2. « L’inscription de la littérature québécoise sur le web 2.0 », Sophie Marcotte, Université Concordia
3. “Facing Another Way: Modes of Encounter in M. NourbeSe Philip’s Zong!,” Shannon Maguire, Brock University
4. “‘Authorizing' Narratives and Ethnographic Authority in http://camillagibb.ca/ sweetness_album.cfm,”’ Hannah McGregor, University of Guelph

13h00-14h30 (Séance 2C seulement)
Séance 2C: Re/articuler l’hégémonie bourgeoise au Canada et au Québec II
(co-présenté avec CACLALS)
Psychology, Anthropology and Sociology Bulding (PAS) 1241, Université de Waterloo
Présidente: Roxanne Rimstead

1. “Neo-liberalism and Indigeneity in Ondinnok Theatre’s Hamlet-le-Malécite and Drew Hayden Taylor’s AlterNatives,” Heather Macfarlane, Carleton University
2. “Red Niggers of America: ‘Natives,’ ‘Marxists,’ and Neoliberal Canada,” Len Findlay, University of Saskatchewan
3. “Bogus Trademarks of Freedom,” David Leahy, Université de Sherbrooke

15h30-16h00: Café

16h00-17h30:
Rencontre littéraire: M. NourbeSe Philip
Animation: Phanuel Antwi (Saint Mary’s University) et Veronica Austen (St. Jerome’s University)
En collaboration avec CACLALS
Psychology, Anthropology, and Sociology Building (PAS) 2083, Université de Waterloo
Avec l’appui financier du Fonds pour les activités culturelles de l’Université de Waterloo et de l’Université Wilfrid Laurier

18h00-19h30: Remise du Prix Gabrielle-Roy
Graduate Lounge, Student Services Building, Université Wilfrid Laurier

20h00 22h00: Souper de l’association
King Street Trio Restaurant, 40 King Street South, Waterloo (réservations: wendy.roy@usask.ca avant le 15 mai)

dimanche 27 mai 2012

9h00-10h30:
Séance 3A: La littérature au contact de la ville
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Sophie Marcotte

1. « Science-fiction et graffiti abymés abimés », Sylvie Bérard, Université Trent
2. “Abortion and Ethnicity in Mordecai Richler’s The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz,” Cinda Gault, York University
3. « De quelques nouvelles perspectives paysagères dans la poésie québécoise contemporaine », Élise Lepage, Université de Waterloo

Séance 3B: Dionne Brand et la mondialisation
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Tanis MacDonald

1. “Here’s to the Fatal Future: Risk, Crisis, and Resistance in Dionne Brand’s Ossuaries,” Sarah Gibbons, University of Waterloo
2. “Beyond the Multiculture: Vernacular Cosmopolitanisms in Dionne Brand’s What We All Long For,” Joanne Leow, University of Toronto
3. “The Life and Death of a Poetics of Relation: Dionne Brand and Édouard Glissant,” Patricia Corrigan, Carleton University

10h30-11h00: Café

Lancement de livre: The Daughter's Way: Canadian Women's Paternal Elegies, by Tanis MacDonald.
DAWB 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier

11h00-12h00: Conférence d’honneur
Daniel Coleman, McMaster University

“Towards an Ecology of Knowledges in the English Canadian Literatures”
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier

12h00-13h30: Déjeuner

13h30-15h30:
Séance 4A: Les identités dans un monde en changement
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Wendy Roy

1. “Reading Crackpot Today,” Jennifer Henderson, Carleton University
2. “Margaret Laurence: The Woman and The Masks,” Nora Stovel, University of Alberta
3. “‘Travis had never had so much fun playing on a team in his life’: Team, Community, Work, and Play in Canadian Hockey Literature,” Jamie Dopp, University of Victoria
4. “Where Fear and Fun Meet: Satire for Children by Mordecai Richler and Margaret Atwood,” Helene Staveley, Memorial University

Séance 4B: Institution littéraire
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Lucie Hotte

1. “The Anxieties of English-Canadian Literary Studies Since 1990,” Shannon Smyrl and Dawn Farough, Thompson Rivers University
2. « Du discours de crise au discours de la survivance. Approche d’une représentation métadiscursive du fait littérature acadien », Nicolas Nicaise, Université de Moncton
3. “On Burning The Book of Negroes: The Geopolitics of Postnational Literature,” Robert Zacharias, University of Toronto
4. “From CV to GG: Reading the Textual History of Jay Macpherson’s The Boatman,” Melissa Dalgleish, York University

15h30-16h00: Café

16h00-17h30:
Rencontre littéraire: Lise Gaboury-Diallo
Animation: Lucie Hotte (Université d’Ottowa)
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Avec l’appui financier du Fonds pour les activités culturelles de l’Université de Waterloo et de l’Université Wilfrid Laurier

17h00-19h00: Réception du president
Theatre Auditorium, Université Wilfrid Laurier

19h00-21h00
Un/Certain Words : Soirée littéraire avec les délégués du Congrès
Graduate Lounge, Student Services Building, Université Wilfrid Laurier

lundi, 28 mai 2012

9h00-10h30:
Séance 5A: Les premiers écrits du Canada
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Sara Jamieson

1. “Citizens of a Global Empire : Forms of Government as Forms of Belonging in Early Canadian Literature,”: Oana Godeanu-Kenworthy, Miami University, Ohio
2. “New Old World Tales: Medievalism in Montreal’s Literary Garland (1838-1851),” Laurel Ryan, University of Toronto
3. “Eastern Encounters: L. Adams Beck as Buddhist Missionary,” Shoshannah Ganz, Memorial University

Séance 5B:
Guerre et violence I
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Maude Lapierre

1. “Chris Czajkowski’s Ecofeminist Bear Facts,” Sergiy Yakovenko, University of Alberta
2. “Death, Ethics, and Epistomology in David Bergen’s The Time in Between,” Katie Mullins, University of Toronto
3.« Écrire et lire la guerre pour mieux y résister. Deux essais de Monique Bosco », Catherine Khordoc, Carleton University

CACLALS/ALCQ Aboriginal Roundtable: Indigenous Languages & Indigenous Literatures
Psychology, Anthropology, and Sociology Building (PAS) 1241, Université de Waterloo
Organisateur: Michele Lacombe, Trent University

Kim Anderson, Wilfrid Laurier University
Heather Macfarlane, Carleton University
Jo-Ann Episkenew, University of Regina
Jonathan Dewar, Aboriginal Healing Foundation

10h30-10h45: Café

10h45-12h15:
Séance 6A: Cultures en contact
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Sylvie Bérard

1. « La représentation de l’Irlande dans Le salut de l’Irlande de Jacques Ferron », Susan Margaret Murphy
2. “Canadian and Polish Cultures and Literatures in Contact: Intriguing Encounters of In/Visible Others,” Eugenia Sojka, University of Silesia, Poland
3. « Représentations de la fin du monde, motif ou baromètre de la situation ? Bref examen de quelques dystopies canadiennes/québécoises », Nicole Côté, Université de Sherbrooke

Séance 6B: Guerre et violence II
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Sara Jamieson

1. “Refugees and Rescue: Complicity in Rawi Hage's Cockroach,” Maude Lapierre, Université de Montréal
2. “Visual Silence and Graphic Memory : An Interdisciplinary Approach to Two Generals,” Linda Warley,University of Waterloo, and Alan Filewod, University
3. “Charles Yale Harrison’s Canadian Cosmopole,” Emily Robins Sharpe, Pennsylvania State University

12h15-14h: Déjeuner offert par l'ALCQ
Assemblée générale annuelle
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier

14h00-15h30:
Séance 7a: Problèmes de traduction
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Nicole Côté

1. “‘The Novel is Already Written in English, Just the Words are in French’: The Problems of Translating Dany Laferrière,” Lee Skallerup Bessette, University of Alberta
2. “The Transnational Movements of Québec, Printemps 1918 : From Quebecois Independence Manifesto to General Treatise on Free Speech,” Marissa McHugh, University of Ottawa
3. “Mad Translations as Magical Transformation in Leonard Cohen’s Beautiful Losers and Douglas Glover’s Elle,” Robert Stacey, University of Ottawa

Séance 7B: La traversée des frontières: les littératures canadiennes et québécoises en lien avec la culture américaine
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Jennifer Henderson

1.“Avant-Garde Geographies: The 1963 Vancouver Poetry Conference and the Emergence of a Transnational Canadian Poetics,” Adam Beardsworth, Memorial University
2. « L’américanisation paradoxale du roman québécois contemporain : l’example de Conséquences lyriques de Pierre Yergeau », Pierre-Paul Ferland, Université Laval

15h30-16h00: Café

16h00-17h30:
Séance 8a: Le travail, les travailleurs et la communauté
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Jennifer Baker

1. “Design and Disappearance: Cultural Memory and the Company Town,” Candida Rifkind, University of Winnipeg
2. “Supreme Work and the Play of Being: The (In)operative Community in George Elliott Clarke’s Whylah Falls,” Sandra MacPherson, University of Ottawa
3. “Working-class Hero?: David McGimpsey’s L’il Bastard as Organic Intellectual,” Rob Winger, McMaster University

Séance 8B: Resituer les études littéraires: la collaboration et la gamme du
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Université Wilfrid Laurier
Présidente: Susan Brown

1. “Making Space: Collaborative Technologies and the Rearticulation of Canadian Cultural Memory,” Erin Wunker, Dalhousie University
2. “Tools, Texts, and Teams: Scholarly Collaboration in the Canadian Context,” Constance Crompton, Raymond Siemens, and the Devonshire MS Editorial Group, University of Victoria
3. “All Together Now? Online Scholarly Infrastructure, Engagement and Community Building,” Susan Brown, Universities of Guelph and Alberta

19h00-21h00
Un/Certain Words : Soirée littéraire avec les délégués du Congrès
Graduate Lounge, Student Services Building, Université Wilfrid Laurier

 

ACQL 2012 Annual Conference

Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences

May 26, 27 & 28, 2012
Wilfrid Laurier University and University of Waterloo

Canadian and Quebec Literatures in a Global Context

PROGRAM

Saturday May 26, 2012

8:30-9:00: Coffee
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Wilfrid Laurier University

9:00-10:30:
Session 1A: Memory, History, Identity
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Lee Skallerup Bessette

1. « La question de la mémoire dans des textes migrants », Leah Roth, University of Western Ontario 
2. “Memorializing History: the Commemorative Plaque in African-Canadian Literature,” Gillian Roberts, University of Nottingham, UK
3. “Pointing the Finger: Marie-Joseph Angélique, the Montreal Fire of 1734, and a Hidden History of Racism in Canada,” Lacey Beer, University of Waterloo

Session 1B: Whose Black Atlantic? The Middle Passage as Global History in Contemporary African Canadian Writing
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Veronica Austen

1. “‘A lantern trapping light’: The Middle Passage in Dionne Brand’s Ossuaries,” Tanis MacDonald, Wilfrid Laurier University
2. “Witnessing and Our Contemporaneity with the Past: Lawrence Hill’s The Book of Negroes,” Winfried Siemerling, University of Waterloo
3. “Eating Words: Letter-Writing and the Failures(?) of Communication in M. NourbeSe Philip’s Zong!,” Veronica Austen, St Jerome's University

Session 1C: Re/Articulating Bourgeois Hegemony in Canada and Québec I
(co-sponsored with CACLALS)
Psychology, Anthropology, and Sociology Building (PAS) 1241, University of Waterloo
Organizer and chair: David Leahy

1. “Forty Years of Language Politics: Beautiful Losers and Sociolinguistics in Montreal,” Margery Fee, University of British Columbia
2. “Mom and Pop Capitalism No More: Canadian Cultural Responses to Shopping,” Kit Dobson, Mount Royal University
3. “Social Cosmologies and 'Wasted Lives' in Rawi Hage's Cockroach,” Roxanne Rimstead, Université de Sherbrooke

10:30-11:00: Coffee Break

11:00-12:00: Keynote Address
Patrick Imbert, University of Ottawa
« Textes transculturels et caméléonnage littéraire au Canada  »
In collaboration with APFUCC
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University
With financial support from the Aid for Interdisciplinary Sessons Fund (CFHSS)

12:00-1:00: Lunch

1:30-3:30:
Session 2A: Literary Tourism in Canada
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Brooke Pratt

1. “Are We There Yet?: Reconsidering Literary Tourism in Canada,” Brooke Pratt, Queen’s University
2. “Margaret Atwood’s ‘The Grave of the Famous Poet’:The Material Significance of the Writer,” Medrie Purdham, University of Regina
3. “Animating the Literary Landscape: Artist Residencies in Writers’ Houses in Canada,” Nancy Earle, Memorial University
4. “Time Travel: Re-Visiting Canadian History Through Literature and the Preservation of Domestic Spaces,” Alicia Fahey, University of British Columbia

Session 2B: The Author in the Digital Age
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Erin Wunker

1. “Atwood’s On-line Hospitality: Creating Virtual Destinations and Global Communities through the Travel Blog,” Shelley Boyd, Kwantlen Polytechnic University
2. « L’inscription de la littérature québécoise sur le web 2.0 », Sophie Marcotte, Université Concordia
3. “Facing Another Way: Modes of Encounter in M. NourbeSe Philip’s Zong!,” Shannon Maguire, Brock University
4. “Authorizing' Narratives and Ethnographic Authority in http://camillagibb.ca/ sweetness_album.cfm,” Hannah McGregor, University of Guelph

1:00-2:30 (NOTE earlier starting time, for Session 2C only):
Session 2C: Re/Articulating Bourgeois Hegemony in Canada and Québec II
(co-sponsored with CACLALS)
Psychology, Anthropology, and Sociology Building (PAS) 1241, University of Waterloo
Chair: Roxanne Rimstead

1. “Neo-liberalism and Indigeneity in Ondinnok Theatre’s Hamlet-le-Malécite and Drew Hayden Taylor’s AlterNatives,” Heather Macfarlane, Carleton University
2. “Red Niggers of America: ‘Natives,’ ‘Marxists,’ and Neoliberal Canada,” Len Findlay, University of Saskatchewan
3. “Bogus Trademarks of Freedom,” David Leahy, Université de Sherbrooke

3:30-4:00: Coffee Break

4:00-5:30:
Literary discussion with M. NourbeSe Philip
Interviewers: Phanuel Antwi (Saint Mary’s University) and Veronica Austen (St. Jerome’s University)
In collaboration with CACLALS
Psychology, Anthropology, and Sociology Building (PAS) 2083, University of Waterloo
With the financial aid of the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University Cultural Events Funding

6:00-7:00: Gabrielle Roy Prize Reception
Graduate Lounge, Student Services Building, Wilfrid Laurier University

8:00-10:00: Association Dinner
King Street Trio Restaurant, 40 King Street South, Waterloo (reservations: wendy.roy@usask.ca before May 15)

Sunday May 27, 2012

9:00-10:30:
Session 3A: Literature in an Urban Context
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Sophie Marcotte

1. « Science-fiction et graffiti abymés abimés », Sylvie Bérard, Université Trent
2. “Abortion and Ethnicity in Mordecai Richler’s The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz,” Cinda Gault, York University
3. « De quelques nouvelles perspectives paysagères dans la poésie québécoise contemporaine », Élise Lepage, Université de Waterloo

Session 3B: Dionne Brand and Globalization
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Tanis MacDonald

1. “Here’s to the Fatal Future : Risk, Crisis, and Resistance in Dionne Brand’s Ossuaries,” Sarah Gibbons, University of Waterloo
2. “Beyond the Multiculture : Vernacular Cosmopolitanisms in Dionne Brand’s What We All Long For,” Joanne Leow, University of Toronto
3. “The Life and Death of a Poetics of Relation : Dionne Brand and Édouard Glissant,” Patricia Corrigan, Carleton University

10:30-11:00: Coffee Break

Book Launch: The Daughter's Way: Canadian Women's Paternal Elegies, by Tanis MacDonald.
DAWB 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University

11:00-12:00: Keynote Address
Daniel Coleman, McMaster University
“Towards an Ecology of Knowledges in the English Canadian Literatures”

Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University

12:00-1:30: Lunch

1:30-3:30
Session 4A:
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Wendy Roy

1. “Reading Crackpot Today,” Jennifer Henderson, Carleton University
2. “Margaret Laurence: The Woman and The Masks,” Nora Stovel, University of Alberta
3. “‘Travis had never had so much fun playing on a team in his life’: Team, Community, Work, and Play in Canadian Hockey Literature,” Jamie Dopp, University of Victoria
4. “Where Fear and Fun Meet: Satire for Children by Mordecai Richler and Margaret Atwood,” Helene Staveley, Memorial University

Session 4B:The Literary Institution
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Lucie Hotte

1. “The Anxieties of English-Canadian Literary Studies Since 1990,” Shannon Smyrl and Dawn Farough, Thompson Rivers University
2. « Du discours de crise au discours de la survivance. Approche d’une représentation métadiscursive du fait littérature acadien », Nicolas Nicaise, Université de Moncton
3. “On Burning The Book of Negroes: The Geopolitics of Postnational Literature,” Robert Zacharias, University of Toronto
4. “From CV to GG: Reading the Textual History of Jay Macpherson’s The Boatman,” Melissa Dalgleish, York University

3:30-4:00: Coffee Break

4:00-5:30:
Literary discussion with Lise Gaboury-Diallo
Interviewer : Lucie Hotte (University of Ottawa)
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University
With the financial aid of the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University Cultural Events Funding

5:00-7:00: President’s Reception
Theatre Auditorium, Wilfrid Laurier University

19h00-21h00
Un/Certain Words : Literary Readings by Congress Delegates
Graduate Lounge, Student Services Building, Wilfrid Laurier University

Monday May 28, 2012

9:00-10:30:
Session 5A: Early Canadian Texts
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Sara Jamieson

1. “Citizens of a Global Empire : Forms of Government as Forms of Belonging in Early Canadian Literature,”: Oana Godeanu-Kenworthy, Miami University, Ohio
2. “New Old World Tales: Medievalism in Montreal’s Literary Garland (1838-1851),” Laurel Ryan, University of Toronto
3. “Eastern Encounters: L. Adams Beck as Buddhist Missionary,” Shoshannah Ganz, Memorial University

Session 5B: War and Violence I
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Maude Lapierre

1. “Chris Czajkowski’s Ecofeminist Bear Facts,” Sergiy Yakovenko, University of Alberta
2. “Death, Ethics, and Epistomology in David Bergen’s The Time in Between,” Katie Mullins, University of Toronto
3.« Écrire et lire la guerre pour mieux y résister. Deux essais de Monique Bosco », Catherine Khordoc, Carleton University

CACLALS/ACQL Aboriginal Roundtable: Indigenous Languages & Indigenous Literatures
Psychology, Anthropology, and Sociology Building (PAS) 1241, University of Waterloo
Organizer: Michele Lacombe, Trent University

Kim Anderson, Wilfrid Laurier University
Heather Macfarlane, Carleton University
Jo-Ann Episkenew, University of Regina
Jonathan Dewar, Aboriginal Healing Foundation

10:30-10:45: Coffee Break

10:45-12:15:
Session 6A: Cultures in Contact
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Sylvie Bérard

1. « La représentation de l’Irlande dans Le salut de l’Irlande de Jacques Ferron », Susan Margaret Murphy
2. “Canadian and Polish Cultures and Literatures in Contact: Intriguing Encounters of In/Visible Others,” Eugenia Sojka, University of Silesia,
3. « Représentations de la fin du monde, motif ou baromètre de la situation ? Bref examen de quelques dystopies canadiennes/québécoises », Nicole Côté, Université de Sherbrooke

Session 6B: War and Violence II
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Sara Jamieson

1. “Refugees and Rescue: Complicity in Rawi Hage's Cockroach,” Maude Lapierre, Université de Montréal
2. “Visual Silence and Graphic Memory : An Interdisciplinary Approach to Two Generals,” Linda Warley,University of Waterloo, and Alan Filewod, University
3. “Charles Yale Harrison’s Canadian Cosmopole,” Emily Robins Sharpe, Pennsylvania State University

12:15-2:00: Lunch Provided
Annual General Meeting
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University

2:00-3:30
Session 7A: Problems of Translation
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Nicole Côté

1. “‘The Novel is Already Written in English, Just the Words are in French’: The Problems of Translating Dany Laferrière,” Lee Skallerup Bessette, University of Alberta
2. “The Transnational Movements of Québec, Printemps 1918 : From Quebecois Independence Manifesto to General Treatise on Free Speech,” Marissa McHugh, University of Ottawa
3. “Mad Translations as Magical Transformation in Leonard Cohen’s Beautiful Losers and Douglas Glover’s Elle,” Robert Stacey, University of Ottawa

Session 7B: Border Crossings: Canadian and Québec Writing and American Culture
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Jennifer Henderson

1.“Avant-Garde Geographies: The 1963 Vancouver Poetry Conference and the Emergence of a Transnational Canadian Poetics,” Adam Beardsworth, Memorial University
2. « L’américanisation paradoxale du roman québécois contemporain : l’example de Conséquences lyriques de Pierre Yergeau », Pierre-Paul Ferland, Université Laval

3:30-4:00: Coffee Break

4:00-5:30
Session 8A: Work, Workers, and Community
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-105, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Jennifer Baker

1. “Design and Disappearance: Cultural Memory and the Company Town,” Candida Rifkind, University of Winnipeg
2. “Supreme Work and the Play of Being: The (In)operative Community in George Elliott Clarke’s Whylah Falls,” Sandra MacPherson, University of Ottawa
3. “Working-class Hero?: David McGimpsey’s L’il Bastard as Organic Intellectual,” Rob Winger, McMaster University

Session 8B: Resituating Literary Scholarship: Collaboration and the Digital Spectrum
Dr. Alvin Woods Building (DAWB) 2-108, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chair: Susan Brown

1. “Making Space: Collaborative Technologies and the Rearticulation of Canadian Cultural Memory,” Erin Wunker, Dalhousie University
2. “Tools, Texts, and Teams : Scholarly Collaboration in the Canadian Context,” Constance Crompton, Raymond Siemens, and the Devonshire MS Editorial Group, University of Victoria
3. “All Together Now? Online Scholarly Infrastructure, Engagement and Community Building,” Susan Brown, Universities of Guelph and Alberta

19h00-21h00
Un/Certain Words : Literary Readings by Congress Delegates
Graduate Lounge, Student Services Building, Wilfrid Laurier University

 

Waterloo, ON 2012

Voir l'appel à communications complet ici.

Voir les sessions organisées par des membres ici.

Programme (pdf)


 


Waterloo, ON 2012

See the full Call for Submissions here.

See the call for Member-organized Sessions here.

Program (pdf)