CACS aims to promote the interests of those teaching and studying cultural studies in Canada by facilitating the dissemination and exchange of research nationally and internationally, by exploring professional issues, and by organizing scholarly and professional meetings.
We also aim to create greater public spaces across Canada for the development of productive relationships between people from institutional and non-institutional sites. To this end we aim to make connections with, and plan activities in concert with social, political and community groups. These activities may include, but are not limited to, the production and dissemination of pamphlets, working papers and other materials designed as interventions into public discussions of current social, political and cultural issues.
Any cultural producer, academic, professional, or interested person engaged in the production, research, teaching, or study of culture and society shall be eligible for membership.
Members in good standing are those who have paid their membership dues.
A year is understood to be January 1 to December 31.
Please send your completed form to:
Canadian Association of Cultural Studies
c/o Dept. of Art History & Communication Studies
853 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal (Quebec) H3A 2T6