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La EAAS chiede proposte, entro il 1 febbraio 2017, per la conferenza internazionale del 15 e 16 giugno 2017 all’Università Radbound Nijmegen; il tema è “The World Needs More Canada”? Changes and Challenges in Contemporary Canadian Culture and Society. Le proposte vanno inviate con un abstract di 300 parole e un CV accademico a Mathilde Roza ( m.roza@let.ru.nl).

Il problema che si vuole esaminare è quello della continuità, o discontinuità, impressa da Justin Trudeau riguardo a molti temi sociali: “da editori a diplomatici, da rock star a Presidenti degli Stati Uniti, molte persone hanno espresso l’idea che il Canada ha qualcosa di importante da offrire al mondo. Il Canada può essere una maquette per altri Paesi?

I temi in ballo sono:

  • New (transcultural) perspectives on Canadian national identity: still “our famous problem” (Northrop Frye)?
  • Identity and issues of language, immigration and integration.
  • Canadian multiculturalism: the legacy of Pierre Trudeau, (dis)continuities in Justin Trudeau’s present-day policies, theory and practice.
  • Canadian culture: revision and change in the production, reception and study of
  • Canadian literature, film, art and music, especially as related to multiculturalism and recent developments in transnational literary and cultural studies.
  • Being indigenous in Canada Canada’s relation to indigeneity: First Nations and the world;
  • Bhe plans and policies of Justin Trudeau to wield change and bridge continuing social, economic and cultural gaps;
  • “Idle No More” and related activist initiatives involving visibility, land claims and the protection of the environment;
  • Outcomes of and follow-ups to the Truth and Reconciliation Committee;
  • Contemporary indigenous literature, film, art, music.
  • Canada and the world: Canada’s response to the international refugee crisis;
  • CETA: curse or blessing? The Canadian North as conflicted space; Canada and the US;
  • Canada and Europe: partners in peace?
  • The legacy of WWII: memory, memorialization, and the prospect of global peace.
  • Canada and (inter)national issues of security, justice and human righ

Tutti i dettagli sulla pagina del CFP.


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 La EAAS a lancé un appel à offres pour sa conférence internationale du 15-16 juin 2017 à l’Université Radbound Nijmegen; Le thème est “The World Needs More Canada”? Changes and Challenges in Contemporary Canadian Culture and Society. Les propositions sont à envoyer, avec un abstract de 300 mots et un CV, à Mathilde Roza ( m.roza@let.ru.nl) avant le 1 mars 2017.

Le problème en jeu est celui de la (non-)continuité proposée par J. Trudeau quant aux principaux aspects sociaux: “un grand nombre d’éditeurs, présidents des États-Unis, rock stars et d’autres personnes ont exprimé l’idée que le Canada a quelques choses d’important è offrir au monde. Est-ce qu’il peut être une maquette pour d’autres Pays?

La liste des sujets:

  • New (transcultural) perspectives on Canadian national identity: still “our famous problem” (Northrop Frye)?
  • Identity and issues of language, immigration and integration.
  • Canadian multiculturalism: the legacy of Pierre Trudeau, (dis)continuities in Justin Trudeau’s present-day policies, theory and practice.
  • Canadian culture: revision and change in the production, reception and study of
  • Canadian literature, film, art and music, especially as related to multiculturalism and recent developments in transnational literary and cultural studies.
  • Being indigenous in Canada Canada’s relation to indigeneity: First Nations and the world;
  • Bhe plans and policies of Justin Trudeau to wield change and bridge continuing social, economic and cultural gaps;
  • “Idle No More” and related activist initiatives involving visibility, land claims and the protection of the environment;
  • Outcomes of and follow-ups to the Truth and Reconciliation Committee;
  • Contemporary indigenous literature, film, art, music.
  • Canada and the world: Canada’s response to the international refugee crisis;
  • CETA: curse or blessing? The Canadian North as conflicted space; Canada and the US;
  • Canada and Europe: partners in peace?
  • The legacy of WWII: memory, memorialization, and the prospect of global peace.
  • Canada and (inter)national issues of security, justice and human righ

Tous les détails à la page du CFP.

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