Canadian Association for Theatre Research
c/o Dr. Barry Freeman, Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Toronto Scarborough, 1265 Military Trail
Toronto ON
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Together, we can support CATR’s mission to strengthen the field and to nourish the communities with whom we work. We encourage you to give to the graduate student travel subsidy (see option below) and/or to our Indigenous Host Community Initiative (see option below). In addition to these avenues for giving, members and non-members alike can make a contribution to the Association through our 24/7 donation drive. Please visit and share the news of our CATR donation page with friends, colleagues, and departments. 

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About the Graduate Student Travel Subsidy

In the wake of SSHRC's cancellation of the long-standing Award (AAGSA) that allowed the Association to subsidize travel, we would appreciate any donation you can provide to help our colleagues attend our annual conference to present their research. I cannot stress the importance of this subsidy strongly enough. CATR now has the largest membership it has ever experienced--we are growing, we are young, and we spread across the country. Airfare is high--and yet we all know that all of our online camaraderie, as positive as it is, can only go so far. People should meet, to get to know each other better. Donations to subsidize conference travel for graduate students and emerging scholars will be pooled and collectively distributed through in-person applications. Invest now!

About the Indigenous Host Community Initiative

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 are introducing a collective, annual offering from the Association. This year, donations to this fund will be disbursed to our hosts:  the Kanien’kehá:ka Nation recognized as the custodians of Tiohtià:ke/Montréal.  Giving even $10 or $20 is a meaningful gesture of acknowledgement, respect, and good will, and builds toward a significant collective expression of CATR’s commitment to community engagement.

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TOTAL: $0.00 $

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