Centre PhD Student gains Foundation for Canadian Studies Travel Award

Megan Melanson has been awarded a 2013 Travel Award by the Foundation for Canadian Studies in the United Kingdom.

This award is granted to assist faculty and doctoral students, pursuing Canadianist research in UK universities, to travel to Canada for fieldwork.

Megan’s research involves a comparison of violent nationalism in Quebec and Corsica in a thesis entitled: ‘Democratic Regimes and Homemade Bombs: a comparison of the Front de Libération du Québec and the Fronte di Liberazione Naziunale Corsu. She will be using this grant to conduct interviews and archival research in Ottawa and Montreal.