Emerging Scholars Colloquium

Nine graduate students and recent graduates will participate in the Emerging Scholars Colloquium to be held virtually on October 2, 2021.  They were selected because their research includes Québec, Francophone Canada and Franco-America.  This year’s participants are Philippe Halbert, Yale University, Aine McAlinden, Georgetown University,  Marie-Lise Drapeau-Bisson, University of Toronto, Heidi Beckman, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Emilie Drouin, Université de Montréal, Jaclyn Maraldo, Tulane University, Ali Friend, University of Maine, Saeideh Hezaveh, Université de Sherbrooke, and Sarah Yahyaoui, City University of New York.

The Emerging Scholars Colloquium is a feature of the American Council for Québec Studies biennial conference, but will be a stand-alone event this fall. The Colloquium is organized by Dr. Frederic Rondeau, Associate Professor of French and Director of the Canadian-American Center at UMaine, and Dr. Charles Batson, Professor of French at Union College, with Dr. Jane Moss, Professor of French at Colby College and Dr. Amy Ransom, Professor of French at Central Michigan University.


For more information visit the ACQS website.