19th Triennial ACLALS Conference: Ruptured Commons


July 11 - 09:00 am


July 15 - 05:00 pm

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/19th-triennial-aclals-conference-ruptured-commons-tickets-259587983647

Anna Guttman

Website: https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/anna-guttman-40776983703

Ryerson University - Ted Rogers School of Management, TRSM

55 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON M5G 2C3

Toronto, ON, CA, M5G 2C3

Please join us for a hybrid conference on July 11-15, hosted by Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson).  In person conference attendance includes 4 lunches, and 9 coffee breaks, a reception and multiple creative readings.  Both in-person and virtual participants will have full access to all keynotes, panels, roundtables and talking circles. Time off will be provided on Wednesday afternoon (July 13) to see local sites.  May 15 is the last date to register!

Our conference hotel is the Courtyard Marriott at 475 Yonge Street. Last date to book is June 14, 2022.

Book your group rate for The Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies Room Block

Attendees can also choose to stay on Campus at Toronto Metropolitan University at either the International Living/Learning Centre (ILC) or Pitman Hall (PIT).

Group name: 19th Triennial ACLALS Conference
Cutoff date: June 9, 2022

We are pleased to offer an optional trip to Niagara Falls for the evening of July 13, which you can book at: https://www.toniagara.com/tours/niagara-falls-evening-tour

Use the discount code ACLALS20 to get a 20% discount per booking valid from 2022-02-03 to 2022-08-01.  That means you can go before or after the conference if you’d prefer.  Seats on the tour are limited.

Another option is to attend a performance of Kamloopa by Kim Senklip Harvey.  This is the first play by an Indigenous woman ever to win the Governor General’s award.  There is both a matinee and an evening performance on July 13. Use the discount code LIT15, and book at https://tickets.youngcentre.ca/events