Editing Modernism in Canada


Travel and Accommodation Subventions

A limited number of travel and accommodations subventions are available to cluster participants and affiliated students attending EMiC summer institutes, workshops, and conferences.

Please indicate on your registration form for each event whether you require a travel and/or accommodation subvention. Graduate students should check with their research supervisors to ensure that local funds are not available from their home institution for travel to and accommodations at EMiC events.

Applicants must submit via email an electronic copy of their travel booking.  Depending on funds available and the number of requests received, a maximum amount may be set for each subvention.

Participants are responsible for choosing, arranging, and initially paying for their own travel. As an EMiC-affiliated scholar, you are eligible to receive reimbursement for your travel expenses (train, bus, or air, as well as shuttle, taxi, or personal vehicle). You must complete and submit the Travel Claim Form along with all travel documents (receipts, boarding passes, ticket stubs) to be eligible for reimbursement. (If the link doesn’t work for you, try this one: Travel Claim Form.) The refund process takes 4-6 weeks and cannot be initiated until after the event. Send your completed form to Editing Modernism in Canada, Department of English, Dalhousie University, 6135 University Avenue, Halifax, NS, B3H 4P9.

Note that participants are expected to use the most economical forms of travel available.

You should indicate on your registration form the number of nights of accommodation for which you are requesting support. Please include your arrival and departure dates.

For DEMiC and TEMiC, accommodations will be arranged and paid for directly by EMiC. An administrative assistant will contact participants concerning the options available and provide additional instructions.

Application instructions, forms, and deadlines are posted under summer institutes (DEMiC, TEMiC), conferences (Conference on Editorial Problems, Nouvelle Sorbonne), and workshops (TransCanada Institute, Brock University).