Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne

Studies in Canadian Literature/Études en littérature canadienne (SCL/ÉLC) is a biannual, bilingual journal devoted to the study of Canadian literature in English and French, and published at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton. SCL/ÉLC is peer-reviewed, and welcomes submissions on all aspects of Canadian literature.

The Editor of SCL/ÉLC is Cynthia Sugars (cynthia.sugars@uottawa.ca). The Managing Editor is Kathryn Taglia (scl@unb.ca). The journal has published continuously since 1975, when it was founded by Barrie Davies, Desmond Pacey, Roger Ploude, and Michael Taylor. Past editors are Kathleen Sherf, John Ball, Jennifer Andrews, and Herb Wyile.

SCL/ÉLC is indexed in the Canadian Periodical Index, the MLA Index, and the American Humanities Index; it is available on-line in the Canadian Business and Current Affairs Database and in microform from Micromedia Inc. It is a member of the Canadian Association of Learned Journals, the Association of Canadian Studies, and the Canadian Magazine Publishers Association.

Publication of the journal is made possible by grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the University of New Brunswick, and the Province of New Brunswick.


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Call for Papers: Queer Bodies / Corps queer

 

Special Issue of Studies in Canadian Literature

Queer Bodies / Corps queer

This special issue of SCL on the Queer Body / Corps queer aims to analyze and expose the multiple subjugating effects and normalizing dimensions of embodiment and subjectivity in view of which and against which the queer body is conceived as a territory of exploration, subversion, and liberation. 

 
Posted: 2018-10-24 More...
 

Call for Papers: Neoliberal Environments

 

Special issue of Studies in Canadian Literature
Neoliberal Environments
Edited by Tania Aguila-Way, Kit Dobson, and Nicole Shukin

In his 2011 book Anne of Tim Hortons: Globalization and the Reshaping of Atlantic-Canadian Literature, the late Herb Wyile pushed back against neoliberal ideologies through readings of literary texts that, in his view, countered “the mobility, deracination, and sense of placelessness that characterize our highly technological, globalized consumer society.” Following Wyile’s cue, this special issue asks: how do literary and cultural texts counter or conform to neoliberalism? How do they respond to environmental challenges in an age shaped by global capital? 

 
Posted: 2018-08-23 More...
 
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