October 30, 2020

Powers Becomes President of the Association for Canadian and Quebecois Literatures

Professor of French Scott Powers

Professor of French Scott Powers

In June 2019, Professor of French Scott Powers assumed the presidency of the Association for Canadian and Quebecois Literatures. After completing a two-year term as Francophone Vice-President, Powers will lead the executive committee in all affairs related to the ALCQ for the next two years, including the organization of its annual conference and the awarding of the annual literary award, the Prix Gabrielle Roy.

Powers Presents Research at the University of British Columbia

Professor of French Scott Powers

Professor of French Scott Powers

Professor of French Scott Powers presented his current research on the role of animals in contemporary feminist Quebecois fiction at the annual conference of the ACQL: The Association for Canadian and Quebecois Literatures. The title of his paper was “L’éco-poétique d’Audrée Wilhelmy: le devenir-animal de la femme dans Le corps des bêtes.”

Scott Powers Publishes Article in Studies in Canadian Literature

The journal Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne  published Powers’ essay entitled “Tu n’as pas à te sentir coupable: A Multiversal Approach to Gaétan Soucy’s L’Acquittement” in its Fall 2018 volume.