CAN Upcoming Events

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


Canadian Studies Upcoming Events
First Colloquium: Tuesday September 17
Tuesday September 17, 12:30 PM, 223 Moses Hall
Colloquium: Hildebrand Scholars Roundtable
Berkeley Graduate Students present and discuss their research on Canadian topics. Lunch provided. Speakers:
Erika Brown
Erika Brown is a PhD Candidate in Epidemiology at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. She holds an MPH in Epidemiology/Biostatistics with a certificate in Public Health Nutrition from UC Berkeley as well as a BA in Community Health and American Studies from Tufts University. She has partnered with academic institutions, health centers, non- profits, and local government groups to optimize policies and social safety net programming with the goal of reducing food insecurity. Her current research focuses on how direct income transfers may impact the prevalence of this condition among families in Canada.
Jae Yeon Kim
Jae Yeon Kim is a PhD Candidate in Political Science at UC Berkeley. His research focuses on how ethnoracial minorities have used community organizing as a means to gain equal access to resources, employing a combination of qualitative, quantitative, and computational methods. His dissertation examines how the expansion of the welfare state fostered the emergence of panethnic community organizing within Asian American and Latino communities. He leverages the Canadian case in his dissertation to understand minority coalition formation in the United States in historical comparative perspectives.
The Canadian Studies Colloquium Series is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Consulate General of Canada San Francisco | Silicon Valley
Fall 2019 Canadian Studies Events
Tuesday September 17, 12:30 PM, 223 Moses Hall
Colloquium: Hildebrand Scholars Roundtable
Berkeley Graduate Students present and discuss their research on Canadian topics. Lunch provided. Free, open to all.
Monday October 7, 4:00 PM, Melodee Cocktails, 240 El Cerrito Plaza, El Cerrito CA
Debate Watch Party: Federal Election English Language Leaders’ Debate
Watch the debate with fans of Canadian politics. Snacks provided, purchase your beverages. Age 21+ only. RSVP: https://canadiandebate.eventbrite.com
Tuesday October 8, 12:30 PM, 223 Moses Hall
Understanding the Federal Election Campaign – Prof. Richard Johnston, Pol. Sci., UBC
Renowned UBC political scientist Richard Johnston will lay out the stakes and issues in 2019 Canadian Federal Election campaign. Lunch provided. Free, open to all.
Saturday October 12, 5:30 PM, Alumni House
3rd Annual Canadian Family Thanksgiving with Digital Moose Lounge
Join Canadian Studies and the Digital Moose Lounge, the Bay Area’s Canadian civic & business community organization, for a celebration of Canadian Thanksgiving. Tickets required. More info TBA.
Monday October 21, 5:30 PM, 119 Moses Hall (IGS Library)
Canadian Federal Election Results Watch Party
Watch returns from the 43rd General Election in Canada. Refreshments provided. Free, open to all.
Tuesday October 22, 12:30 PM, 223 Moses Hall
Colloquium: Election Post-Mortem – Dr. Eric Guntermann, UC-Berkeley
Voting expert Dr. Eric Gunterman will help us dissect the 2019 elections results. Lunch provided. Free.
Tuesday November 5, 12:30 PM, 223 Moses Hall
Colloquium: Speaker – Dr. Christopher Sands, Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Christopher Sands, Director of Canadian Studies at Johns Hopkins University, will discuss the U.S. 2020 election and the future of the United States Mexico Canada Agreement. Lunch provided. Free, open to all.
Tuesday December 10, 12:30 PM, 223 Moses Hall
Colloquium: Speaker – Tyler Nodine, UC Berkeley Graduate Student
Tyler Nodine will discuss adaptive management and the future of the U.S./Canada Columbia River Treaty. Lunch provided. Free, open to all.
Canadian Studies Program
213 Moses Hall #2308 WEBSITE | EMAIL
Canadian Studies Program | Univ. of California, Berkeley213 Moses Hall #2308Berkeley, CA 94720

 

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