As a member of the Canadian Federation
for the Humanities and Social Sciences (CFHSS), the Canadian
Association of Slavists holds its annual conference in conjunction
with the Federation's Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
This event is organized in partnership with a host Canadian University
and usually takes place at the end of May / early June. Other learned
societies comprising the CFHSS also attend the congress, turning
the event into a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary dialogue
and networking. The congress routinely holds a Book Fair, featuring
many university presses and scholarly publishers.
This page provides the most recent Call
for Papers / Appel aux contributions, as well as
a Panel Proposal form / Soumission d’un panel, an Individual
Paper Proposal form / Soumission de communication individuelle, a Roundtable Proposal form / Soumission pour une table ronde, and a Graduate Student Activities Proposal form / Proposition d’activité pour les étudiants des cycles supérieurs. Be careful to note the deadline of January 10, 2014!
Here you will also find an application form for a Travel
Grant (TBA) that covers in part travel costs to the congress from locations
in Canada. Only graduate students are eligible to apply. The deadline for submitting the application is TBA.
This page also links to the current CAS Conference
Program, Map of Events, as
well as the CFHSS
Congress Website. Participants
are encouraged to note the early registration deadline for the
congress. All participants (presenters and members of the
register with the CFHSS and must be members of CAS. Finally, this page offers a link
to the current Host
In 2014, the CFHSS Congress takes place at Brock University. The current co-Chairs of the CAS Program Committee are Drs. Bohdan Nebesio and David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye (Brock University). The CAS has been scheduled to meet on 24-26 May 2014. Click here to read the Guide for the Chair of the CAS Program Committee.
Note that the sites of future congresses are:
2015: University of Ottawa, ON