Canadian Jewish Studies : « None is Too Many and Beyond »

Les Etudes Juives Canadiennes lancent un appel à contribution (en français ou en anglais) pour leur prochain numéro de l’été 2016. Ci-dessous l’appel en question avec les thématiques attendues. Les propositions d’articles sont à envoyer avant le 15 août 2015.

Appel à contribution

Canadian Jewish Studies/ Études Juives Canadiennes (ISSN: 1198-3493) is an annual, open-access and peer-reviewed journal published by the Association for Canadian Jewish Studies/Association d’Etudes Juives Canadiennes (ACJS-AEJC), devoted to promote scholarly work, in English or French, on all aspects of the Canadian Jewish  experience, irrespective of disciplinary perspective. The journal is seeking articles for a special issue slated for the summer of 2016.Irving Abella and Harold Troper’s book None is Too Many caused a sensation when it was published in 1983 and profoundly shook Canada’s national narrative. The goal of this special issue of the journal is to shed new light on a complex period of Canadian history and to revisit Abella and Troper’s claims in light of three decades of new scholarship. Areas of particular interest include:

  • The Canadian and Quebec political contexts, the role of civil servants and their relationships with the Prime Minister;
  • Jewish political organizational choices, strategies and relationships with the government, the press etc.;
  • Illegal immigration;
  • Immigration policy between 1945 and the revision of the Immigration Act in 1952;
  • Comparisons of Canada with other countries for the period 1933-48;
  • Public memory, perception and commemoration about Canada during and immediately after the Holocaust;
  • The reception and impact of None is Too Many as well as its place within Canadian historiography;
  • The impact of scholarship on subsequent Canadian policies in Canada, especially migration and refugee policies.

The issue will be co-edited by Rebecca Margolis, Associate Professor in the Vered Jewish Canadian Studies Program at the University of Ottawa, and Antoine Burgard, doctoral candidate at the Université du Québec à Montréal and Université Lumière Lyon 2.Interested authors are requested to submit a 300-350-word proposal outlining the thesis and methodology of the paper with a short bibliography by August 15, 2015. Authors whose proposal are accepted will be asked to submit a final version of 5,000-7,000 words by October 31, 2015.Proposals should be submitted to both co-editors: burgard.antoine@gmail.com and rmargoli@uOttawa.ca


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