CAN Announcements

An item from a fellow Canadian organization in the Bay Area.


Canadian Studies Announcements
Columbia River Treaty Workshop
Adaptive management for an international river basin: the future of the Columbia River Treaty.
On Thursday May 9, Canadian Studies will convene a special workshop on the modernization of the 1964 Canadian-American Columbia River Treaty. First Nations leaders & scientists will examine the ways in which adaptive management can be used to better incorporate ecosystem functions as part of an updated international treaty. Seats at the workshop are extremely limited, but friends of Canadian Studies are invited to attend on a first come, first served basis. Please RSVP via EventBrite.
Who: Scientists, First Nations Leaders and interested observers
What: Workshop “Adaptive management for an international river basin: the future of the Columbia River Treaty.”
When: Thursday May 9, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Where: 223 Moses Hall
Irene Bloemraad chosen to co-direct 5 year/$5 million research program
Canadian Studies Chair Irene Bloemraad has been chosen to co-direct a 5 year/$5 million research program on “Boundaries, Membership and Belonging” out of theCanadian Institute for Advanced Research.
ACSUS Call For Proposals
ACSUS 2019 Biennial Conference Call for Proposals
Canada: Forces of Inclusion and Exclusion
November 13-16, 2019
Hotel Omni Mont-Royal, Montreal, Quebec
Dear Colleagues,
Please be advised that the deadline for submissions to the ACSUS 2019 biennial conference is now May 15, 2019. The conference is open to all proposals with a significant Canadian focus. We welcome papers and panel proposals from graduate students, professors, independent scholars, and practitioners on any aspect of the Canadian experience, including comparative inquiries. Kindly find the call for papers attached, in English and French, to this e-mail.
On behalf of the entire ACSUS Executive Council, we look forward to seeing you in Montreal this November!
Cheers,
Chris
Christopher Kirkey, Ph.D.
ACSUS Vice-President
Director, Center for the Study of Canada & institute on Quebec Studies – SUNY Plattsburgh
News from Community Partners
Canadian Studies is pleased to share the below announcement from our friends at the San Francisco International Arts Festival
Discount Tickets Available for Québec Performance at
SF International Arts Festival
Complexe des Genres by
Compagnie Virginie Brunelle
Overwhelmed with their fears, men and women collide in a desperate attempt to validate their own existence. Their excesses lead them to the path of ruin, guided by their desperate desire to feel something, to feel alive. A physical choreography and acrobatic imprint of a remarkable visual poetry.
A 20% discount is now available to for tickets to see Quebec-based Compagnie Virginie Brunelle at the SF International Arts Festival.
Compagnie Virginie Brunelle (Canada)
Date: Thursday, May 30, 8:30pm
Location: Cowell Theater at Fort Mason Center, 2 Marina Blvd. San
Francisco, CA 94123
General Admission: $25; At the door: $28
The SF International Arts Festival encourages Friends of Canadian Studies to take advantage of the 20% Discount Code for Tickets: sfsanctuarycity
Tickets:
The below announcements come to us from our friends at the Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco | Silicon Valley
Upcoming Performances & Exhibitions:
May 9 – July 27 – New solo exhibition from Canadian artist Abbas Akhavan at the Wattis Institute at the California College of the Arts:https://wattis.org/view?id=686
June 29, 1 -2:30 pm – Jeremy Dutcher at the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival: https://ybgfestival.org/event/jeremy-dutcher/
Hailing from the indigenous Wolastoq people of New Brunswick, Jeremy Dutcher is a classically-trained tenor who won Canada’s prestigious Polaris Music Prize last year with his strikingly beautiful debut album Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa. A musicologist, performer and activist who currently lives in Toronto, Dutcher found his musical mission working in the Canadian Museum of History’s archives, painstakingly transcribing Wolastoq songs from 1907 wax cylinders. Long days at the archives turned into long nights at the piano as he created songs in deep dialogue with the voices of his ancestors. Unapologetically playful in incorporating classical influences, full of reverence for traditional songs, and pulled by the urgency of modern-day struggles, Dutcher’s music transcends boundaries of language, time and style.
New Paper Out:
The Bay Area Council Economic Institute’s new report on Canada and the Bay Area is now online. The link is here: http://bayareaeconomy.org/files/pdf/CanadaBayAreaHemisphericPartnersApril2019.pdf
Job Alert!
Foreign Policy and Diplomacy Service Officer
Section: Foreign Policy and Diplomacy Services (Political, Economic and Public Affairs)
Location: Consulate General of Canada – Seattle, Washington
Starting salary: $100,893 USD plus benefits
Closing Date: May 12, 2019
The Consulate General of Canada in Seattle seeks an energetic, detail-oriented and reliable team
player with a strong interest in international affairs, advocacy and global commerce to promote,
advance, and strengthen Canada-U.S. bilateral political, economic and security interests within its
4-state territory (Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska). Our employees benefit from working in a
leading-edge foreign, trade and development ministry that is both innovative and accountable. The
Consulate General is seeking someone who is dynamic, client-focused and ready to work with
colleagues to implement an innovative approach to service delivery.
Canadian Studies Program
213 Moses Hall #2308 WEBSITE | EMAIL

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