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CAN Feb 13 NAFTA Panel Room Change: 310 Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall

Note an update for an event tomorrow hosted by a fellow Bay area Canadian organization.


Canadian Studies NAFTA Panel Feb 13
New Location
310 Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall
Panel Discussion
North American Futures: NAFTA in the Balance
NEW LOCATION: 310 Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall
Join Canadian Studies and the Institute of Governmental Studies for an expert panel discussion on the future of NAFTA.
Participants will include:
Moderator:
Consul General Rana Sarkar
Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco
Speakers:
Maria Echaveste, JD
Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy | UC Berkeley School of Law
Christopher Sands, PhD
Center for Canadian Studies | Johns Hopkins University
Jeremy Kinsman
Diplomacy Scholar & Former Canadian Ambassador
Tuesday February 13, 2018 4:00 PM, 310 Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall
Reception to follow.
The panel will explore this topic:
What is the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement? With changes to NAFTA on the horizon and negotiators gathering for a new round of NAFTA talks, this panel of experts examines the economic, political, and diplomatic aspects of NAFTA’s past, present, and future.
This event is free, but an RSVP is requested. Please RSVP via eventbrite at
North American Futures: NAFTA in the Balance
4 PMTuesday February 13,
310 Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall, UC Berkeley
Canadian Studies Program
213 Moses Hall #2308 WEBSITE | EMAIL

CAN Upcoming Events

From one of our fellow Canadian-focused Bay area organizations.


Canadian Studies Upcoming Events
Panel Discussion
North American Futures: NAFTA in the Balance
Join Canadian Studies and the Institute of Governmental Studies for an expert panel discussion on the future of NAFTA.
Participants will include:
Moderator:
Consul General Rana Sarkar
Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco
Speakers:
Maria Echaveste, JD
Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy | UC Berkeley School of Law
Christopher Sands, PhD
Center for Canadian Studies | Johns Hopkins University
Jeremy Kinsman
Diplomacy Scholar & Former Canadian Ambassador
Tuesday February 13, 2018 4:00 PM, 109 Moses Hall (Institute of Governmental Studies Library).
Reception to follow.
The panel will explore this topic:
What is the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement? With changes to NAFTA on the horizon and negotiators gathering for a new round of NAFTA talks, this panel of experts examines the economic, political, and diplomatic aspects of NAFTA’s past, present, and future.
This event is free, but an RSVP is requested. Please RSVP via eventbrite at
North American Futures: NAFTA in the Balance
4 PMTuesday February 13, IGS Library — 109 Moses Hall, UC Berkeley
Spring 2018
Colloquium Series
Free | Open to Everyone
223 Moses Hall
Wednesday February 28, 12:00 Noon
How Exceptional is Judicial Review in Canada? Past, Present and Future
Prof. Han Ru Zhou (Law, University of Montreal)
Co-Sponsored by Center for the Study of Law & Society
Wednesday March 7, 12:00 Noon
On a Lesser Known Montreality: French Among the City’s Haitian Youth
Prof. Luc Baronian (Linguistique & Langues Modernes, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi)
Wednesday March 21, 12:00 Noon
Game Changers: Economics, Politics, and the Transformation of the Canadian Spectator Sport Business
Prof. Neil Longley (Economics & Management, University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
Friday April 27, 5:00 PM
The Influence of Immigration on Tourism – The Case of Canada
Prof. Frederic Dimanche (Hospitality and Tourism Management, Ryerson University)
Co-Sponsored by the Tourism Studies Working Group
Colloquium events are free, and open to everyone. No ticket or RSVP is required.
The Canadian Studies Colloquium Series is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Consulate General of Canada San Francisco | Silicon Valley
Canadian Films at CINEQUEST
SPOTLIGHTS CANADIAN FILMS & ACTORS
FEBRUARY 27 – MARCH 11, 2018
Never to disappoint us with incredible artistry, Canadian cinema thrives at Cinequest.  Here is the exciting line-up:
Theater Codes:
RWC = Redwood City Downtown 20 Theaters                     3B = 3 Below Theaters, San Jose
CAL = California Theatre, San Jose                                    HAM = Hammer Theatre, San Jose
MAVERICK SPIRIT AWARD EVENT
THUR, 3/87:30PM (California Theatre, San Jose)
The Emmy Award-winning Canadian star of Orphan Black will be at Cinequest for the premiere of her new film Souls of Totality. Don’t miss this rare chance to spend time with one of the most talented actors working today.
WORLD PREMIERE FILMS
The premiere of a film is always exciting, especially when you’re part of the first audience to see it. And, seeing a film with the filmmakers in attendance to engage in conversation with the audience after the screening? Priceless.
Use Promo Code “CANADACINEQUEST” for
SUN 3/46:00PM (HAM) and get $3 off ticket price!!!
Alone, and targeted on an isolated farm, 12-year-old Henry finds himself at the center of a maelstrom of terror, and a dark family legacy, in this exciting thriller.
Also Showing: SAT 3/37:15PM (RWC) | WED 3/76:30PM (RWC) | FRI 3/9;12:45PM (RWC)
A fascinating exploration of a small mining town’s eccentric obsession with its legendary junior hockey team, and how the team and community thrive off one another.
FRI 3/27:15PM (3B) | SUN 3/45:40PM (RWC)
WED 3/77:15PM (HAM) | FRI 3/95:15PM (RWC)
Screwing up goes ballistic in this superb comedy of two hustlers who join forces to get money. But will they end up in jail or each other’s arms?
FRI 3/29:40PM (CAL) | SUN 3/47:35PM (RWC)
MON 3/511:30AM (3B) | SAT 3/107:45PM (RWC)
The incredibly powerful story of a single mom, who’s been treading water since her six-year old son was born, and now finds herself thrust in a fight for survival.
SAT 3/34:30PM (RWC) | MON 3/59:45PM (HAM)
THU 3/84:50PM (RWC) | FRI 3/97:15PM (RWC)
Starring Matt Wells (Scars, Designated Survivor), Michael Rowe (Arrow), and Natalie Brown (The Strain). A powerful and raw look at the effects of childhood trauma through the eyes of two estranged cousins.
FRI 3/28:30PM (RWC) | SUN 3/48:30PM (RWC)
TUE 3/612:45PM (3B) |THU 3/89:30PM (RWC)
                                                                                                                        
Searching for answers, Stu Stone finds more than his old trading card collection. He finds his estranged father Jack, who disappeared over 20 years ago.
SAT 3/33:40PM (RWC) | SUN 3/44:45PM (RWC)
THU 3/82:30PM (HAM) | SUN 3/113:00PM (3B)
UNITED STATES PREMIERE FILMS
A family separated for decades is finally reunited, in this captivating examination of the “60s Scoop” – where indigenous children were taken away from their birth parents and given to non-indigenous families.
WED 2/286:00PM (RWC) |THU 3/11:45PM (3B)
WED 3/74:45PM (3B)
A delinquent teen is kicked out of heaven by her father (who happens to be God) until she is able to learn empathy.
FRI 3/29:00PM (RWC) | SUN 3/45:20PM (RWC)
TUE 3/67:15PM (RWC) | FRI 3/95:00PM (HAM)
A beautiful and captivating dramatic comedy about a transitioning woman who discovers that she’s the father of a 14-year-old boy.
SAT 3/36:45PM (RWC) | SUN 3/41:35PM (3B)
TUE 3/62:00PM (CAL) | SUN 3/1112:30PM (RWC)
SHORT FILMS
RAKKA
THE TESLA WORLD LIGHT
BOTH FILMS PART OF SHORTS PROGRAM 2
WED 2/289:30PM (RWC) | THU 3/13:30PM (RWC)
SUN 3/411:00AM (3B) | MON 3/58:30PM (3B)
SNIP
WED 2/282:15PM (3B) | THU 3/16:00PM (RWC)
FRI 3/25:15PM (RWC) | SUN 3/48:45PM (3B)
I LIKE GIRLS
THU 3/18:30PM (RWC) | FRI 3/24:30PM (3B)
SAT 3/10; 12:55PM (RWC) | SUN 3/11; 5:15PM (3B)
STRANGERS
FRI 3/2; 11:30PM (3B) | MON 3/5; 5:30PM (RWC)
FRI 3/9; 9:00PM (3B) | SAT 3/10; 10:20PM (RWC)
TWILIGHT DANCERS
FRI 3/2; 1:45PM (3B) | SUN 3/4; 12:50PM (RWC)
TUE 3/6; 6:00PM (3B) | SUN 3/11; 3:15PM (RWC)
MULTIVERSE DATING FOR BEGINNERS
MUST KILL KARL
BOTH FILMS PART OF SHORTS PROGRAM 7
SAT 3/3; 11:15AM (HAM) | SAT 3/3; 9:30PM (RWC)
SUN 3/4; 8:30PM (HAM) | SAT 3/10; 7:50PM (RWC)
SUN 3/11; 10:15AM (HAM) |
PRECEDES THE FEATURE FILM CYGNUS
THU 3/1; 9:30PM (RWC) | SAT 3/3; 1:05PM (RWC)
MON 3/5; 4:45PM (CAL) | SAT 3/10; 2:15PM (RWC)
To learn more about the full festival lineup, and to purchase festival passes, tickets to screenings and special events, visit www.cinequest.org.
Canadian Studies Program
213 Moses Hall #2308 WEBSITE | EMAIL

CAN Colloquium Jan 31 & Upcoming Events

From one of our fellow Bay area Canadian organizations.


Canadian Studies Upcoming Events
Next Colloquium January 31
Prof. Cheryl Suzack
The next Canadian Studies Colloquium will be on Wednesday, January 31 at 12:00 Noon in 223 Moses Hall.
Professor Cheryl Suzack of the University of Toronto will speak on Indigenous Rights, Gender Violence, and American Outrage.
Buffet lunch served at 12 noon, followed by talk beginning at 12:10. NOTE: Spring 2018 Colloquium events will start promptly at 12:10 and conclude at 1:30.
Professor Suzack’s talk is co-sponsored by the Ethnic Studies Department. Lunch sponsored by our friends at the Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco.
Colloquium events are free, and open to everyone. No ticket or RSVP is required.
Canadian Studies Colloquium
12 noonWednesday January 31, 223 Moses Hall, UC Berkeley
Panel Discussion
North American Futures: NAFTA in the Balance
Join Canadian Studies and the Institute of Governmental Studies for an expert panel discussion on the future of NAFTA.
Participants will include:
Moderator:
Consul General Rana Sarkar
Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco
Speakers:
Maria Echaveste, JD
Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy | UC Berkeley School of Law
Christopher Sands, PhD
Center for Canadian Studies | Johns Hopkins University
Jeremy Kinsman
Diplomacy Scholar & Former Canadian Ambassador
Tuesday February 13, 2018 4:00 PM, 109 Moses Hall (Institute of Governmental Studies Library).
Reception to follow.
The panel will explore this topic:
What is the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement? With changes to NAFTA on the horizon and negotiators gathering for a new round of NAFTA talks, this panel of experts examines the economic, political, and diplomatic aspects of NAFTA’s past, present, and future.
This event is free, but an RSVP is requested. Please RSVP via eventbrite at
North American Futures: NAFTA in the Balance
4 PMTuesday February 13, IGS Library — 109 Moses Hall, UC Berkeley
Spring 2018
Colloquium Series
Free | Open to Everyone
223 Moses Hall
Wednesday January 31, 12:00 Noon
Indigenous Rights, Gender Violence, and American Outrage
Prof. Cheryl Suzack (English & Indigenous Studies, University of Toronto)
Co-Sponsored by Ethnic Studies
Wednesday February 28, 12:00 Noon
How Exceptional is Judicial Review in Canada? Past, Present and Future
Prof. Han Ru Zhou (Law, University of Montreal)
Co-Sponsored by Center for the Study of Law & Society
Wednesday March 7, 12:00 Noon
On a Lesser Known Montreality: French Among the City’s Haitian Youth
Prof. Luc Baronian (Linguistique & Langues Modernes, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi)
Wednesday March 21, 12:00 Noon
Game Changers: Economics, Politics, and the Transformation of the Canadian Spectator Sport Business
Prof. Neil Longley (Economics & Management, University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
Friday April 27, 5:00 PM
The Influence of Immigration on Tourism – The Case of Canada
Prof. Frederic Dimanche (Hospitality and Tourism Management, Ryerson University)
Co-Sponsored by the Tourism Studies Working Group
Colloquium events are free, and open to everyone. No ticket or RSVP is required.
The Canadian Studies Colloquium Series is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Consulate General of Canada San Francisco | Silicon Valley
Canadian Studies Program
213 Moses Hall #2308 WEBSITE | EMAIL

CAN Upcoming Events

From one of the Bay area Canadian organizations.


Canadian Studies Announcements
Next Colloquium January 31
Prof. Cheryl Suzack
The next Canadian Studies Colloquium will be on Wednesday, January 31 at 12:00 Noon in 223 Moses Hall.
Professor Cheryl Suzack of the University of Toronto will speak on Indigenous Rights, Gender Violence, and American Outrage.
Buffet lunch served at 12 noon, followed by talk beginning at 12:10. NOTE: Spring 2018 Colloquium events will start promptly at 12:10 and conclude at 1:30.
Professor Suzack’s talk is co-sponsored by the Ethnic Studies Department. Lunch sponsored by our friends at the Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco.
Colloquium events are free, and open to everyone. No ticket or RSVP is required.
Canadian Studies Colloquium
12 noonWednesday January 31, 223 Moses Hall, UC Berkeley
Panel Discussion
North American Futures: NAFTA in the Balance
Join Canadian Studies and the Institute of Governmental Studies for an expert panel discussion on the future of NAFTA.
Participants will include:
Moderator:
Consul General Rana Sarkar
Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco
Speakers:
Prof. Maria Echaveste
Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy | UC Berkeley School of Law
Prof. Christopher Sands
Center for Canadian Studies | Johns Hopkins University
Ambassador Jeremy Kinsman (ret.)
Global Affairs Canada
Tuesday February 13, 2018 4:00 PM, 109 Moses Hall (Institute of Governmental Studies Library).
Reception to follow.
The panel will explore this topic:
What is the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement? With changes to NAFTA on the horizon and negotiators gathering for a new round of NAFTA talks, this panel of experts examines the economic, political, and diplomatic aspects of NAFTA’s past, present, and future.
This event is free, but an RSVP is required. Please RSVP via eventbrite at
North American Futures: NAFTA in the Balance
4 PMTuesday February 13, IGS Library — 109 Moses Hall, UC Berkeley
Colloque de jeunes chercheurs
American Council for Quebec Studies
Travel funding is available for Berkeley graduate students presenting at ACQS
The ACQS is thrilled to announce an Emerging Scholars Colloquium to be held in conjunction with its 2018 biennial convention.  With the participation of the Association Internationale des Etudes Québécoises (AIEQ), we plan to host a pre-convention series of panels for graduate students whose research touches on Quebec, Francophone Canada, and Franco-America.  Acceptance into this colloquium is competitive, and the scholars chosen will benefit from close connections with other graduate students as well as from mentorship from senior scholars who will be affiliated with the colloquium. The scholars chosen, whom we expect also to attend significant portions of the full ACQS convention, will receive some financial and travel support. We further will encourage the best paper(s) from the colloquium to be submitted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Québec Studies.
To make application to this mini-colloquium:   With an abstract of +/- 250 words, go to the ACQS website ( www.acqs.org ) and follow the links to the conference pages and the Proposal submission site,  https://app.oxfordabstracts.com/stages/244/submission
Be sure to click on “Emerging Scholars Colloquium” in the subject area.  Deadline for application for the Colloquium:  March 1st, 2018.
Comparative or interdisciplinary proposals, in English or French, in social sciences as well as in humanities, are encouraged.
Application for the colloquium will also serve as application for the general conference.  In the case your proposal is not accepted for the competitive colloquium, your application will automatically be considered with the general proposals for the larger conference.  We welcome, of course, all applications from all scholars, including other graduate students, for the general conference by its deadline of April 1st, 2018.
 Travel funding is available for Berkeley graduate students presenting at ACQS
Contact ACQS for all questions regarding abstract submission.
Contact Elliott Smith elliott.smith@berkeley.edu 510-642-0531 for questions about travel funding provided by Canadian Studies for Berkeley students presenting at ACQS.
Canadian Studies Program
213 Moses Hall #2308 WEBSITE | EMAIL

Happy Boxing Day from Canadian Studies

From one of the Bay area Canadian organizations.


Happy Boxing Day
Canadian Studies: 2017 in Review
December 26, 2017
Greetings and happy holidays from Berkeley. As we celebrate Boxing Day, we thought we would reach out and let you know what we’ve been up to in 2017.
One area of particular focus this year has been supporting the work of our talented Hildebrand Fellows. They are Berkeley graduate students conducting research in Canada, or on Canadian topics, with the support of Canadian Studies. Two research roundtables were presented in the Fall 2017 semester. Gabrielle Goldstein (Health Policy), Jonathan Holmes (Economics) and Kimberly Richards (Theater, Dance and Performance Studies) spoke about their work in September. Julia Lewandoski (History), Daniel Suarez (Environmental Science, Policy, & Management) and Caitlin Tom (Political Science) shared their work at the Hildebrand roundtable colloquium in November.
Canadian Studies welcomed new Consul General Rana Sarkar in October. Consul General Sarkar spoke alongside Professor Irene Bloemraad addressing trade and immigration issues, including NAFTA and DACA.
Canadian Studies was delighted to partner with the Digital Moose Lounge to present Canadian Family Thanksgiving at Alumni House. Over 125 Canadians and friends of Canada gathered in early October to celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving, network, hear a bilingual Canadian performance modeled after the musical Hamilton and enjoy Nanaimo Bars. The event was a smashing success and we look forward to our next opportunity to partner with the Digital Moose Lounge.
Last spring, our Program made further strides carrying on Tom Barnes’ tradition of Canadian Studies acting as a “Big Tent” and expanded our reach into the community of scholars in Linguistics. The 2017 Thomas Garden Barnes Lecture in Canadian Studies was delivered in February by Dr. Keren Rice, OC, of the University of Toronto. Dr. Rice spoke on Gots’udi ní̜dé Dene xedə́ t’áodéʔa: Indigenous Language Resilience in Canada. We were also pleased to host Sproul Fellow Inge Genee of the University of Lethbridge, who has recently completed a major project on Digital Resources for Blackfoot Language Documentation and Revitalization. In addition, we hosted a workshop on The Genesis of French Varieties Across North America. For more information see canada.berkeley.edu/FrenchNorthAmerica.
Canadian Studies produced two documents with significant policy implications in 2017. The 2016-17 Rita Ross Undergraduate Prize in Canadian Studies was awarded to Evan Walsh for his research paper entitled “Addressing Vancouver’s Affordability Crisis” addressed to Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson. In April, we convened a group of Columbia River stakeholders including both First Nations leaders and scientists led by Prof. G. Mathias Kondolf to produce a policy paper entitled New Science Requirements In Support Of A Modernized Columbia River Treaty. It is influencing the ongoing renegotiation process of the now-expired 1964 international agreement. For more information see canada.berkeley.edu/ColumbiaRiverTreaty.
Looking ahead, on February 13, 2018 we will host a special event on NAFTA in partnership with the Institute of Governmental Studies. And in April we will welcome Elizabeth May, MP, to deliver the 2018 Thomas Garden Barnes Lecture in Canadian Studies. (We are working with Ms. May’s staff to determine the exact date). We will be in touch with schedule details when the date is confirmed.
In the meantime, we wish you the happiest of holidays. Please know that we are grateful for your ongoing support of Canadian Studies at Berkeley. We couldn’t do it without you.
Sincerely,
Irene Bloemraad, Ph.D.
Thomas Garden Barnes Chair and Co-Director
Richard A. Rhodes, Ph.D.
Co-Director
Elliott Smith, MA
Program Manager
Good Reasons to Support Canadian Studies
If your family is planning end-of-the-year charitable giving to support causes you champion, we hope you’ll consider giving to Canadian Studies.
Here are some reasons why:
Did you know about our Program’s unique strength in French and First Nations Linguistics?
  • Canadian Studies Co-Director Richard A. Rhodes is working with Prof. Luc Baronian of the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi and a panel of expert linguists to write a book on The Genesis Of French Varieties Across North America.
  • University of Toronto’s Keren Rice, OC, delivered the 2017 Thomas G. Barnes Lecture in Canadian Studies titled Indigenous Language Resilience in Canada: Gots’udi ní̜dé Dene xedə́ t’áodéʔa.
  • Canadian Studies Sproul Fellow Inge Genee has completed a major project on Digital Resources for Blackfoot Language Documentation and Revitalization.
Did you know about our Program is providing real-world policy solutions on pressing Canadian and Canadian-American issues?
  • Canadian Studies 2017 Rita Ross Prize winner Evan Walsh produced a policy paper for Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson entitled Addressing Vancouver’s Affordability Crisis.
  • Led by Prof. G. Mathias Kondolf, Canadian Studies assembled a team of First Nations leaders and scientists in 2017 who produced a policy paper entitled New Science Requirements In Support Of A Modernized Columbia River Treaty that is influencing Columbia River Treaty policy.
Did you know we’re one of the few Canadian Studies Programs left in the States?
  • We are part of a thin red line separating the United States from total ignorance of Canada. When the Government of Canada eliminated funding for Canadian Studies programs abroad, we were one of the few to survive, because of supporters like you.
Did you know your donation may qualify you for a tax credit?
  • UC Berkeley is a registered IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit and a Revenue Canada Prescribed University, so your contribution may be eligible for a tax credit.* (*Consult your tax professional)
Donate now securely via credit card
Canadian Studies Program
213 Moses Hall #2308 WEBSITE | EMAIL

CAN Announcements

Note these announcements from another Bay area Canadian organization.


Colloquium Wed Dec 6
Next Colloquium Dec 6
Patricia Bromley
The final Canadian Studies Colloquium of the semester will be on Wednesday, December 6 at 12:00 Noon in 223 Moses Hall.
National Identity Narratives in Canadian & American Textbooks, 1850-2010:
Fact or Fiction?
Prof. Patricia Bromley
Stanford University
Buffet Lunch at 12 noon, followed by talks beginning at approximately 12:20. Sponsored by our friends at the Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco.
Colloquium events are free, and open to everyone. No ticket or RSVP is required.
Canadian Studies Colloquium
12 noonWednesday December 6, 223 Moses Hall, UC Berkeley
Call for Papers
The Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS)
24th Biennial Meeting
CELEBRATING CANADA’S SESQUICENTENNIAL JOURNEY
Call for Submissions
to be published in
The American Review of Canadian Studies (ARCS)
Full Details at this link: ACSUS Call for Papers
Deadline: January 10, 2018.
For questions, please contact Christina Keppie, ARCS Editor
Canadian Studies Program
213 Moses Hall #2308 WEBSITE | EMAIL

CAN Announcements

From one of our fellow Canadian organizations in the Bay area.


Happy U.S. Thanksgiving
Happy U.S. Thanksgiving from Canadian Studies
Next Colloquium Dec 6
Patricia Bromley
The final Canadian Studies Colloquium of the semester will be on Wednesday, December 6 at 12:00 Noon in 223 Moses Hall.
National Identity Narratives in Canadian & American Textbooks, 1850-2010:
Fact or Fiction?
Prof. Patricia Bromley
Stanford University
Buffet Lunch at 12 noon, followed by talks beginning at approximately 12:20. Sponsored by our friends at the Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco.
Colloquium events are free, and open to everyone. No ticket or RSVP is required.
Canadian Studies Colloquium
12 noonWednesday December 6, 223 Moses Hall, UC Berkeley
Call for Papers
The Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS)
24th Biennial Meeting
CELEBRATING CANADA’S SESQUICENTENNIAL JOURNEY
Call for Submissions
to be published in
The American Review of Canadian Studies (ARCS)
Full Details at this link: ACSUS Call for Papers
Deadline: January 10, 2018.
For questions, please contact Christina Keppie, ARCS Editor
Canadian Studies Program
213 Moses Hall #2308 WEBSITE | EMAIL