CATR/ACRT 2019

June 3-6 2019 in Vancouver, BC (UBC)

The Canadian Association for Theatre Research holds a conference each year that brings together theatre scholars, educators, professionals, and students from around the world. This year's conference will be held at UBC as part of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. For information on Congress 2019, please visit congress2019.ca.

If you have questions about the 2019 conference, please email catr2019.info@ubc.ca

The conference will feature papers, workshops and performances on a wide range of theatre and performance studies topics, relating to both Canadian and international performance. These presentations are instrumental to defining our field and represent the most innovative research, methods, and theories emerging in performance-related disciplines. Our conference is an important site for building scholarly and creative community, and works to promote a environment where members can engage in vibrant discussion, develop professional alliances, make and renew friendships.

CATR 2019: Call for Papers

Please click here to see the Call for Papers. Proposals due 7 December 2018.

CATR 2019: Call for Organizers

Please click here to see the Call for Organizers. Proposals due 1 November 2018

Graduate Student Travel Subsidy

Financial assistance may be available to graduate students attending the conference to offset travel costs. Details will be posted in Spring 2019.

Awards and Scholarships

CATR offers numerous awards and scholarships to members, including many targeted specifically at graduate students and emerging scholars participating in the annual conference. See the Awards page and related links for more.

Accessibility

The Canadian Association for Theatre Research is committed to the principles and practices of equity, diversity, and inclusiveness that respect the dignity and independence of all persons. To properly accommodate the bodies and the abilities of all our members, the Association will work to provide accessible materials, activities, and facilities in both physical and virtual environments.

CATR/ACRT is committed to making arrangements that allow all members of the association to participate in the annual meeting. Click here for a list of steps we ask you to take to ensure this is possible.

 


CATR 2019 (3-6 juin)

L’Association canadienne de la recherche théâtrale tient un colloque annuel où se rencontrent les chercheurs, enseignants, praticiens et étudiants en théâtre d’un peu partout au monde. Nous accueillons les articles, ateliers et performances sur une foule de sujets touchant au théâtre et à l’interprétation, au Canada et à l’étranger. Ces communications contribuent à la définition de notre domaine et présentent les éléments les plus novateurs en recherche, en méthode et en théorie provenant des disciplines des arts d’interprétation. Notre colloque est un lieu privilégié de consolidation de la communauté savante et créative et propose un environnement où les membres peuvent soutenir de passionnantes discussions, créer des liens professionnels, resserrer des amitiés et en nouer de nouvelles.

L'aide financière

Les étudiants de 2e et 3e cycles peuvent obtenir de l’aide financière pour couvrir les frais de transport pour assister au colloque.

L'accessibilité

L’Association canadienne de la recherche théâtrale a à cœur les principes et pratiques d’équité, de diversité et d’inclusion qui respectent la dignité et l’indépendance de toutes les personnes.

Pour que tous nos membres soient accueillis correctement avec leurs particularités corporelles et leurs capacités, l’Association travaillera à rendre le matériel, les activités et les installations accessibles dans les environnements tant physiques que virtuels.

Cliquez ici. (En anglais.)


2019 CATR/ACRT Conference Team:

Conference Programming Committee Chair: Kirsty Johnston

Local Arrangements Committee Coordinators: Kelsey Blair and Julia Henderson

Conference Programming Committee: Roberta Barker, Jill Carter, Selena Couture, Peter Dickinson, Stephen Fernandez, Patrick Leroux, Jenn Stephenson, Jessica Watkins, and Robin Whittaker