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ACCUTE is a non-profit professional organization, representing faculty teaching English in Canadian universities and colleges, and students studying English at the graduate level.
Join CASCA today and add your voice to over 500 anthropologists across the country working to promote our discipline, the work that you do, and the difference that you can make within our society.
The Canadian Association for Irish Studies (CAIS) has been serving students of Irish culture for over thirty years, seeking to foster and encourage the study of Irish culture in Canada. It also works to encourage young scholars and develop the next generation of Irish studies enthusiasts as well as support discussion of current issues in Irish studies and culture through conferences, publications, and online resources.
CAIS brings together all those who are committed to the promotion of Irish culture in Canada. Members of CAIS can be found in every province and territory of Canada. Members also come from Ireland, Northern Ireland, Britain, the United States, Europe, Asia, and Australasia.
Every year, we convene at one of Canada's universities for a celebration of Irish culture and heritage. At these conferences, we meet poets, scholars, musicians, actors, novelists--all in a spirit of inquiry and conviviality.
CASWE is a national association with a social justice focus that promotes excellence in social work education, scholarship, and practice. It does this through advocacy, research, publication, consultation and collaboration.
The Canadian Association for the Study of Discourse and Writing (CASDW) is a bilingual scholarly association dedicated to advancing the study and teaching of discourse, writing, and communication in academic and nonacademic settings—higher education, business, government, and nonprofit organizations.
For this purpose, CASDW brings together researchers, teachers, and practitioners from diverse disciplines and professions—English, Education, Engineering, Business, the Humanities, the Social Sciences, the Natural Sciences, and others—who study and teach both written and oral communication, including visual and digitally mediated communication. Members come from across Canada and the US.
CASID is a national, bilingual, interdisciplinary and pluralistic association devoted to the promotion of new knowledge in the broad field of international development.
As a way of making manifest our spirit and intent to initiate long-term, sustainable and reciprocal relationships with the Indigenous communities upon whose lands we are privileged to gather to share our work, we make a collective, annual offering from the Association. Due to the exceptional circumstances of our 2021 Online Relay Conference this year, we will honor the spirit of this initiative by donating funds raised to the Association of Ramaytush Ohlone. They are the original peoples of the San Francisco Peninsula that holds the Silicon Valley nexus that is driving much of our current online interaction and will be the platform of our conference.
The Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics / L’Association canadienne de linguistique appliquée, also known as ACLA, is an officially bilingual scholarly association with approximately 200 members from across Canada and elsewhere. ACLA’s overarching objective is the promotion of research and teaching in all areas of applied linguistics across Canada.
Herzlich willkommen zum Mitgliedschaftsportal der Canadian Association of University Teachers of German/ L’Association des Professeurs d’Allemand des Universités Canadiennes (CAUTG/APAUC).
The Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies encourages multidisciplinary studies in the early modern period (1400 to 1700) by students and established scholars in both official languages.
Welcome to the Canadian Sociological Association, the national association for sociologists in Canada.
The Canadian Theological Society (CTS) was founded in 1955, and seeks to promote theological reflection and writing in a Canadian context. As a community of theologians we draw our membership from and attempt to serve three distinct, yet interrelated, institutions – the university, the seminary, and the church.
Founded in 1973, the Canadian Association of Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (CACLALS) is a non-profit organization that brings together critics, scholars, teachers, students, and writers who share an interest in Commonwealth and postcolonial literatures, oratures, and other forms of cultural production, as well as the versions of the English language they employ.
The Classical Association of Canada (CAC) is a non-profit organization founded in 1947 to support and encourage research in Classical Studies in Canada. Our membership includes scholars, students, and other individuals from around the world who share an interest in Greek and Roman culture.
The Film Studies Association of Canada (FSAC) is a non-profit scholarly organization, founded in 1976, which seeks to foster and advance the study of the history and art of film and related fields in Canada and abroad.
The Society for Socialist Studies (SSS) is an association of progressive academics, students, activists and members of the general public.