The 50th Algonquian Conference

The 50th Algonquian Conference will take place in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada October 25–28, 2018, on the University of Alberta’s North Campus. This event is co-hosted by Antti Arppe at the University of Alberta, Arok Wolvengrey at the First Nations University of Canada, and Inge Genee at the University of Lethbridge, as well as by the Maskwacîs Education and Schools Commission (MESC). Click here for the Call for Papers.

 

Previous Algonquian Conferences:

Year Number Location Organizer(s)
2017 49 Université de Montréal and UQAM – Montreal Marie-Pierre Bousquet and Jimena Terraza
2016 48 University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Electa Quinney Institute – Milwaukee, Wisconsin Margaret Noodin
2015 47 University of Manitoba – Winnipeg, Manitoba Will Oxford and Nicole Rosen
2014 46 Mohegan Sun – Uncasville, Connecticut Stephanie Fielding
2013 45 University of Ottawa – Ottawa, Ontario Éric Mathieu
2012 44 University of Chicago – Chicago, Illinois Amy Dahlstrom
2011 43 University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, Michigan Margaret Noodin
2010 42 Memorial University of Newfoundland – St. John’s, Newfoundland Julie Brittain et al.
2009 41 Concordia University – Montreal, Quebec Karl S. Hele
2008 40 University of Minnesota–Twin Cities – Minneapolis, Minnesota John Nichols
2007 39 York University – Toronto, Ontario Carolyn Podruchny
2006 38 University of British Columbia – Vancouver, British Columbia Rose-Marie Dechaine
2005 37 Carleton University – Gatineau, Quebec Marie-Odile Junker
2004 36 University of Wisconsin–Madison – Madison, Wisconsin Monica Macaulay
2003 35 University of Western Ontario – London, Ontario Lisa Phillips Valentine and Allan K. McDougall
2002 34 Queen’s University – Kingston, Ontario Charlotte Reinholtz
2001 33 University of California, Berkley – Berkeley, California Richard A. Rhodes
2000 32 McGill University – Montreal, Quebec Tody Morantz
1999 31 Museums at Prophetstown – Lafayette, Indiana Nicholas L. Clark
1998 30 Harvard University – Boston, Massachusetts Karl V. Teeter
1997 29 Lakehead University – Thunder Bay, Ontario John O’Meara
1996 28 University of Toronto – Toronto, Ontario Krystyna Sieciechowicz
1995 27 University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, North Carolina M. Jean Black
1994 26 University of Manitoba – Winnipeg, Manitoba David Pentland
1993 25 Quebec University of Montreal – Montreal, Quebec Lynn Drapeau
1992 24 Carleton University – Ottawa, Ontario William Cowan
1991 23 University of Western Ontario – London, Ontario Regna Darnell
1990 22 University of Chicago – Chicago, Illinois Amy Dahlstrom
1989 21 Memorial University of Newfoundland – St. John’s, Newfoundland Sandra Clarke, John Hewson, and Marguerite MacKenzie