ESSCS Postponed

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the first European Summer School in Canadian Studies will be postponed to 2021. Please note that the final programme and dates have not yet been decided and hence are not published on this website. Participants and speakers have received more detailed information about these changes via e-mail and will get further updates as soon as possible.

Programme and Speakers

Overview

Week 1: Vienna
Monday, 29 June 2020   Canadian Master Narratives: Critical PerspectivesSherry Simon (Concordia University)
Canadian History in a Transcultural PerspectiveUrsula Lehmkuhl (University of Trier)
Tuesday, 30 June 2020Beyond “Understanding Canada"Doris Eibl (University of Innsbruck)
Alexandra Ganser (University of Vienna)
Ursula Mathis-Moser (University of Innsbruck)
Reading and Q&AMadeleine Thien (Brooklyn College)
Wednesday, 1 July 2020Aboriginal EncountersTracy Bear (University of Alberta)
Thursday, 2 July 2020Film and Visual Culture: Journeys through Canadian MediascapesAstrid Fellner (Saarland University)
Jörg Türschmann (University of Vienna)
Friday, 3 July 2020  Canadian Literatures: Deconstructing National MythsSarah Phillips Casteel (Carleton University)
Marie Carrière (University of Alberta)

Week 2: Innsbruck and Obergurgl
Monday, 6 July 2020 

Politics and Economics: Canada, the European Union and the Americas

Andreas Maurer (University of Innsbruck)
Reading and Q&ACatherine Mavrikakis (University of Montreal)
Tuesday, 7 July 2020Language Policies across CanadaCarsten Quell  (Official Languages Centre of Excellence)
Cultural GeographiesLudger Basten (TU Dortmund)
Wednesday, 8 July 2020  Cultural GeographiesLudger Basten (TU Dortmund)
Mountain Studies on SiteEva Müller (University of Innsbruck)
Thursday, 9 July 2020Intersectional Perspectives: Gender, Culture, ClassChantal Maillé (Concordia University)
Teaching Resources for Canadian StudiesStefanie Schäfer (University of Jena)
Friday, 10 July 2020Canada, Where Are you Going, Where Have You Been?David Staines (University of Ottawa)

 The schedule is subject to change.