Annual Conference 2009

Held in conjunction with the Congress

of the Humanities and Social Sciences

 

May 28 - 31, 2009

Carleton University, Ottawa

 

Congress Theme

“Capital Connections: Nation, Terroir, Territoire”

 

 


 

Click here for The Final schedule (PDF Version)

Web version date : May 24th 2009

 


 

Special Events

(Click here for Word .doc version)

 

THURSDAY MAY 28

7:00-10:00pm
***Special Guest: Denys Arcand***
Screening of Le Déclin de l’empire Americain (Eng. subtitles) with Q&A
Reception & Launch of U of Toronto Press “Canadian Cinema” Book Series
MAYFAIR CINEMA 1074 Bank St.  (See map at back of program)

 

FRIDAY MAY 29

8:30-9:45am – Katie Quanz: Annual Gerald Pratley Lecture (TORY 360)

 

10:00am-12:00pm – “Scholars’ Screening Series”: Session I (MACODRUM LIBRARY 235)

 

12:00-1:00pm – “Orphan Films” Screening (SOUTHAM 518)

 

4:30-6:00pm – FSAC/CCA Reception (TORY 355)

 

6:00-7:30pm – Prof. Annette Kuhn: Annual Martin Walsh Lecture (TORY 360)

 

SATURDAY MAY 30

12:30-1:30pm – Blu In You Screening, Dir. Michelle Mohabeer (SA 409)

 

1:30-3:30pm – “Scholars’ Screening Series”: Session II (SOUTHAM 406)

 

3:30-5:00pm – Professional Workshop: “Academic Publishing”
Conveners: Charlie Keil, University of Toronto and Haidee Wasson, Concordia University (SOUTHAM 415)

 

5:15-6:45pm – Tom Perlmutter: NFB Plenary Session (TORY 360) (Reception to follow)

 

9:00pm – “Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Contemporary Filmmaking in Atlantic Canada” – Curated by Darrell Varga (Club SAW, 67 Nicholas Street)

 

SUNDAY MAY 31

5:30-8:00pm – Closing Reception and FSAC Book Launch (CARLETON ART GALLERY – lower level, St. Patrick’s Bldg.)

 


 

Future FSAC/ACÉC ANNUAL Conferences

2010: Concordia University
2011: University of New Brunswick
2012: Wilfred Laurier University / University of Waterloo