2018 Conference of the Canadian Writing Centres Association / Association canadienne des centres de rédaction


May 24, 2018 - May 25, 2018

May 24th: 9am-7pm, May 25th: 9:30am-1:30pm

University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Politics & the Writing Centre: Inquiry, Knowledge, Dialogue, & Action
We invite you to join us to exchange knowledge, share challenges, and ask questions about the ways our teaching and tutoring can and should engage in anti-oppressive educational practices.

 Learn more at the CWCA 2018 Conference website.


Keynote speaker

Dr. Sheelah McLean

Dr. Sheelah McLean has been teaching in secondary and adult education for 25 years, and as an instructor in Educational Foundations at the University of Saskatchewan for 12 years. Sheelah’s research and activism focus on using anti-racist theory and praxis in order to address systems of inequality in a colonial context such as racism, patriarchy and heteronormativity. As one of the co-founders of the Idle No More movement, her goal is to work on projects that build scholarship and praxis in order to address the issues faced by marginalized groups, particularly focusing on the historical legacy of oppression experienced by Indigenous Peoples within a white settler society. Sheelah has received many honors for her work in social justice including the University of Saskatchewan Alumni of Influence Award (2014-2015) and The Carol Gellar Human Rights Award (2013).


This conference is a collaborative event co-hosted by the Canadian Writing Centres Association (CWCA/ACCR) and the University of Saskatchewan.

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