The details of the conference schedule have yet to be determined, but the program starts with the roundtables at 3 pm on Thursday, June 1. The opening reception and a film screening is also planned for that evening. The panels will take place Friday and Saturday, June 2nd and 3rd, with a quiz night on Saturday. The first two keynotes are planned in the afternoon on Friday June 2nd with a reception at the City Hall in between, and the final two in the morning and at noon on Sunday, June 4th. Optional excursions which vary in length (from 90 minutes to seven hours) are scheduled from 2 pm that day.
The 60 panels feature a variety of subjects, such as: memoir, media studies, otherness, animals, comics, barthes, translation, hybridity, place, queer, ekphrasis, social justice, climate change, visual design writing, gender, pedagogy, making art writing... just to name a few.
The full program will be announced after roundtable submissions have closed on January 15.