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Graduate Conference CFP:“Rethinking Comparative Canadian Literature: Indigenous Methodologies and Other Contemporary Approaches”

Graduate Conference CFP:“Rethinking Comparative Canadian Literature: Indigenous Methodologies and Other Contemporary Approaches”

CALL FOR PAPERS 14th Comparative Canadian Literature Graduate Student Conference April 1-2, 2016 Université de Sherbrooke, Québec The 21st century in Canada is marked by an ongoing discussion about settler/Indigenous relations. Recent events suggest a changing social landscape for Indigenous peoples in Canada, and it is obviously of vital importance to Canada’s future to resolve issues of land claims, environmental protection, self-governance, discrimination, re-appropriation of history, culture, language and identity. Contemporary social and political movements like Idle No More and…

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