The Quebec English-Speaking Communities Research Network
Réseau de recherche sur les communautés québécoises d’expression anglaise

Connect and Disconnect: Anglophones, the English language and Montreal’s creative economy. Conference 613 at the 84th annual Acfas congress.

Date: 
12-05-2016
Location: 
Université du Québec à Montréal, and other locations

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Consult the COMPLETE PROGRAM BROCHURE distributed at the conference (PDF), including off-Acfas events.

LIST OF PANELS & PAPERS PRESENTED WITHIN THE ACFAS CONGRESS

ANGLOPHONES AND THE CREATIVE ECONOMY: GLOBAL PORTRAIT AND STATISTICS
Moderator: Brian LEWIS (Concordia University)
Opening remarks:
André ROY, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science, Concordia University
Rebecca DUCLOS, Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University
Emmanuelle HÉBERT (Ville de Montréal)
The Cultural and Creative Industries of the City of Montreal
Tracy ZHANG (Queen’s University)
A Social-Cultural Approach to the Creative Economy in an English-Quebec Context
Jan WARNKE (Laval University)
Where is Montréal’s creative English-speaking landscape?
Anne ROBINEAU (CIRLM)
Conceptual Framework for Statistical Data on English-speaking Professionals in Quebec's Creative Economy Sector

THE CREATION AND CONSOLIDATION OF ARTISTIC COMMUNITIES IN ENGLISH-SPEAKING MONTREAL
Moderator: Sylvia MARTIN-LAFORGE (Quebec Community Groups Network)
Jason CAMLOT (Concordia University)
CEGEP as Anglo-Québec Poetry Medium
Wendy REID (HEC Montréal)
The Montreal English Theatre Awards (METAs): English-language cultural expression in a theatrical framework

HERITAGE, TOURISM AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Moderator: Rémy TREMBLAY (TÉLUQ)
Allen RICHARDS (Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation)
Émilie BOURDAGES (UQÀM)
The Potential for Culture and Heritage Tourism Development in Quebec’s English-speaking Community
Guy RODGERS (English Language Arts Network)
Tourism Opportunities for English-speaking Communities in Quebec

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ENGLISH-MONTREAL CULTURE
Moderator: Patrick DONOVAN (Laval University)
Claudine GÉLINAS-FAUCHER (Champlain College, Saint-Lambert)
Sociability and the Creative Economy of Montreal: What the Pen and Pencil Club of Montreal can teach us
Dorothy WILLIAMS (Collective Community Services)
Hats off to Wilson or The Cultural Flowering of Black Montreal of St. Antoine 1919-1960's

MUSIC AND MUSICAL SCENES IN ENGLISH-SPEAKING MONTREAL
Moderator: Miranda CAMPBELL (Ryerson University)
William STRAW (McGill University)
Scene and Community
François MOUILLOT (McGill University)
Independent Music Labels as Translators of Cultural Activity: The case of Constellation Records
Jhessica REIA (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro)
Passing the Hat: Street music, languages, and cultural exchange in Montreal
Jonathan ROULEAU (McGill University)
The Cultural Roles of English-language Universities in Montreal: Reframing the university-city relationship

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Moderator: Lorraine O’DONNELL (Concordia University)
Linda LEITH (Blue Metropolis/Linda Leith Publishing)
The Evolution of Writing and Publishing in Montreal’s Creative Economy

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