- Submissions deadline: 3 March 2017
- Submission confirmation notices: 4 March 2017 (If you submitted a proposal and do not receive a confirmation email by 7 March 2017, please email firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Acceptance emails: 21 March 2017
- Deadline for presenters to pay registration fee: 28 March 2017
- Program on website: 6 April 2017
- All accepted presenters will be required to pay a registration fee ($40+tax for independent scholars, students, members of the public, and others; $80+tax for faculty)
- Please note that all the student slots for conference registration have been filled. However, students are still welcome to register at the independent scholar rate.
- Registration fees include a Conference Banquet, refreshments at coffee breaks, and admittance to keynote events.
- Registration fees for presenters must be paid by 28 March 2017 or their names will be removed from the conference programme.
To attend Restorying Canada events, please choose one of the following:
- Register and pay fees for Restorying Canada
- Pay fees only:
- Purchase tickets to keynote events
(Keynote event admittance is also included in the conference fee for registered attendees)
- Decolonizing the Canon: An Evening of Poetry, Performance, and Painting. Featuring Cris Derksen, George Elliott Clarke, and Kent Monkman
- The Future of Religion in Canada: Utopia or Dystopia? Featuring Margaret Atwood and Leah Kostamo
Panels consist of three papers, all lasting either 15 minutes or 20 minutes, with time for discussion following.
- Presenters should represent a variety of institutions and fields.
- Panels consisting of 15-minute papers must include two additional participants, where one serves as a chair and the other serves as a respondent.
- Panels consisting of 20-minute papers must include one additional participant who serves as both a chair and a respondent.
- All panels include a question-and-answer period of minimum 30 minutes.
Panel discussion guidelines
- Presenters should represent a variety of institutions and fields whenever possible (i.e. institutional affiliations; including independent scholars, archivists, performers, activists).
- It is encouraged that presenters represent diverse stages of professional experience (i.e. junior and senior scholars).
- Panels consisting of graduate students are encouraged to invite at least one senior scholar to join their panel as presenter, chair, or respondent.
A wildcard session consists of other presentation formats, including roundtables, visual displays, workshops, or artist/scholar collaborations. Individuals or teams can submit proposals for wildcard sessions. Since each session will be unique, proposals must be careful to clarify the format and links to the conference themes.
If you have any questions please email email@example.com
Please note that all submitters will receive email updates about Restorying Canada, including important information about registration and accommodation. Each email update will include an option to unsubscribe.