Québec Studies Related Links

There are many Québec related resources on the web that are of interest to scholars.

Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS)
http://www.acsus.org/

Association internationale des Études Québécoises (AIEQ)
http://aieq.qc.ca/

American Association of Teachers of French (AATF)
http://aieq.qc.ca/

Conseil International d’Études Francophone (CIEF)
https://secure.cief.org

Centre de la Francophonie des Amériques
http://www.francophoniedesameriques.com/

Institute on Québec Studies at SUNY Plattsburgh
https://www.plattsburgh.edu/offices/academic/iqs/

Franco-American Center at University of Maine
http://umaine.edu/francoamerican/

Quebec English-Speaking Communities Research Network at Concordia University
http://www.concordia.ca/artsci/scpa/quescren.html

 

Research and Funding Opportunities

 

L’Association internationale des études québécoises, in collaboration with the American Council for Québec Studies, is offering three research grants to support the work of emerging scholars by encouraging graduate-level research on Québec in the social sciences and humanities. The principal research objective will be to foster greater understanding of Québec or its relations with the United States. For more information, please see the following documents, in English and in French.

 

After 10 years, the Research Support Program on Intergovernmental Affairs and Québec Identity (PSRAIIQ) is being transformed to better meet research needs!

Since its inception in 2008, the Program has supported more than 120 projects – whether research, conferences or translations – in Québec, Canada and around the world.

Recently, changes have been made to better reflect the pace and requirements of research and publication.

–       The PSRAIIQ became the PAR – the Research Support Program.

o   A more explicit name, open to research.

–       PAR now has three main components. The “Canadian Francophonie” component is added to “Intergovernmental Relations” and “Québec Identity”.

o   A dimension to be better explored.

–       Research centres affiliated with an academic institution and research associations can now submit a project.

o   A step towards the next generation of academics.

o   An incentive to develop structural partnership projects.

–       Projects submitted can now benefit from multi-year financial support.

o   More sustainable support for research.

o   Recognition of major projects.

General information and forms:

https://www.sqrc.gouv.qc.ca/relations-canadiennes/programme-soutien-recherche/index-en.asp