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Interobserver variability of a Papanicolaou smear diagnosis of atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance. The conference will explore current research in a variety of fields, from linguistics to politics and from anthropology to literature, focusing on issues of self-representation in native communities in Canada, the United States and Mexico.
Proposals for contributions abstracts of no more than words and a short biography from Ph. Papers will be published after the conference. Papers should consider the portrayal and interaction of the land and the landscape in social, cultural and literary spaces of representation.
Abstracts should be submitted before November 30, as a. The conference organizers look forward to contributions from all academic disciplines that address concepts, realities and perceptions of borders in relation to Canadian culture and life. The PhD thesis, which has been successfully defended within the preceding two years, must be a scholarly monograph dealing mainly with a Canadian topic. The deadline for submissions is November 24, Every member association or associate member of the ICCS can submit their work.
There are two categories: Book written in French or English and Book written in a language other than French or English. Nominee Awards may be citizens of any country and Posthumous or self-nominations are not accepted. Nominations must be submitted no later than November 24, Online courses will begin in October and will focus on literature, linguistics, Aboriginal studies, and geography. The length of the stay will be of a minimum of one month and maximum of three months.
The application deadline is November 24, Visit www. ICCS certificates of merit, bestowed each year, honour the contributions of certain individuals to the development of Canadian Studies in Canada and abroad. The platform is especially aimed at students, young researchers but also at experienced Canadianists.
The ICCS has many activities, scholarships, grants and services for the new generation of Canadianists. The Facebook site will be the ideal place to exchange ideas, announce events, etc. To join, click here. Proposals for twenty minute papers, to be presented in either English or French, are invited from disciplinary, multidisciplinary, or comparative perspectives on the theme of Cultural Challenges of Migration in Canada.
The conference is open to all proposals with a significant Canadian focus. We welcome papers and panel proposals from graduate students, professors, independent scholars, and practitioners on any aspect of the Canadian experience, including comparative inquiries. ACSUS encourages panels and individual papers addressing relevant subjects that fall within any of the following sections:.
In what ways can Canada be regarded as an inclusive society by the international community? Have there been notable variations over time, across issues and governments, and in Canada's approach toward inclusivity? And how might these be explained? Finally, how is Canada currently positioning itself to embrace inclusivity given the variety of pressing global concerns that exist in the international community?