Centre for Quebec and French-Canadian Studies (CQFCS)

The Centre was launched in 2012 with the aim of consolidating and developing Quebec and French-Canadian Studies in the UK.
As a linguistically and culturally separate entity within the primarily Anglophone subcontinent of North America, Quebec and French Canada offers a unique opportunity for cultural and literary research. The Centre exists to advance that research by organizing conferences and workshops that bring together local and international specialists in the field, training postgraduates, and creating digital resources, including contributing to the Institute’s postgraduate online research training programme (PORT).

CQFCS Fourth Annual Conference

The Centre's fourth annual conference, 'Urbs: Suburban, Ex-Urban and Peri-Urban Spaces in Quebec and Francophone Canada, will be held on 8 and 9 July 2016 at the University of London

Programme / Registration / Further details

Attendance is free, but registration is required.

For details of all our events, please refer to the Events Calendar

The Institute is grateful to the Foundation for Canadian Studies in the United Kingdom for its sponsorship of the Centre for Quebec and French-Canadian Studies

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FURTHER INFORMATION

For further information on the Centre, please contact the Director, Craig Moyes.

'Urbs - Fourth Annual CQFCS Conference