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Benefits of Subscription/Membership

The journal has an international readership, both in its printed and online versions. It is indexed in the following: CBCA Complete, CBCA Reference, Canadian Periodical Index, Contents Pages in Education, Educational Research Abstracts online (ERA), Ethnic News Watch, MLA International Bibliography, Periodicals Archive Online, RILM Abstracts of Music Literature, and Wilson Social Sciences PlusText.

By subscribing to CES, you would be able to join this international community of scholars and you would become a member of the Canadian Ethnic Studies Association.

You would also receive three issues per year of the CES journal. Each issue includes articles in areas relating to: the study of ethnicity, immigration, inter-group relations, and the history and cultural life of ethnic groups in Canada. Issues also include book and film reviews, opinions, immigrant memoirs, translations of primary sources, an “ethnic voices” section, and an annual index.

As a subscriber, you would be able to submit articles and book reviews, which would be published with a minimal cost to you.

You would also be able to participate in annual and biannual conferences of the Canadian Ethnic Studies Association (https://soci.ucalgary.ca/ces/conferences-events) at a reduced registration cost. At the conference, you would be able to present a paper, participate in sessions and roundtables, and make a poster presentation.  A special issue of the Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal will showcase selected papers from the conference.

There are options as to how you may become a member:

1) Submit a Membership Form with your payment.You may:

Download Form:
2016
2017

a) email the form to us at cesa@ucalgary.ca

b) mail it to us with your cheque made payable to Canadian Ethnic Studies to the following address:

Canadian Ethnic Studies
SS909, Department of Sociology
University of Calgary
Calgary, AB
T2N 1N4
Canada

Thank you for your support of CES!


Founded in 1969, our fully refereed, interdisciplinary journal is devoted to the study of ethnicity, immigration, inter-group relations, and the history and cultural life of ethnic groups in Canada. Issues also include book and film reviews, opinions, immigrant memoirs, translations of primary sources, an "ethnic voices" section, and an annual index. The journal is published three times a year and is the official publication of the Canadian Ethnic Studies Association.