Tuesday 6 April

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SESSION A

A1: HISTORY 1

Peter Neary, University of Western Ontario

‘A great stride forward’: The Post-Discharge Re-establishment Order (PC 7633) of 1 October 1941

Martin Thornton,  University of Leeds.

Robert Borden, Winston Churchill and the Naval Crisis of 1912

 

A2: Poltical culture 1

Howard Cody, University of Maine

Identity and Political Culture in the Stephen Harper-Michael Ignatieff Era

Frédéric Boily, University of Alberta

The Political Evolution of Stephen Harper


A3: LITERATURE 1

Milena Marinkova, University of Leeds

Orpheus Goes North American: or, Is There a Way out of the Balkan Underworld?

Sarah Henzi, Université de Montréal

Towards Social Equality: Negotiating Political Rhetorics in First Nations Literatures

Will Smith, University of Nottingham

Matters of art and governance: The Toronto Book Awards


SESSION B

B1: THE DIGITAL AGE

Natasha Saltes, University of Cambridge

Deliberative democracy in the digital age: A profile of the Canadian political landscape online

David Hutchison, Glasgow Caledonian University

Regulating the Internet: The CRTC, CanCon and the Digital Age

 

B2: LITERATURE 2: SPECULATIVE FICTIONS

Fiona Tolan, Liverpool John Moores University

“Alone on a wide, wide sea”: Atwood’s Liberal Vision in Oryx and Crake

Robyn Morris , University of Wollongong

New directions in Asian Canadian writing: Larissa Lai’s ‘thinking through’ a contemporary politics of identity

Heidi Butler, University of New Brunswick

Consumed Women in Atwood’s Speculative Corpocracies

 

B3: CULTURE

Heather Devine, University of Calgary

The Buffalo Hunters of the Pembinah Journal: A Research Update

Geok Hui, Florence, Yap, Chang Gung University

Ethnicity As a Cultural System: Filmic Representations of Women in Canadian Aboriginal Films

 

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Jodie Robson,
17 Mar 2010, 07:42
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