2019

CfP for BACS 2020 @ Edinburgh now open!

The British Association for Canadian Studies (BACS) annual conference, co-hosted by Edinburgh's Centre of Canadian Studies, is themed around 'Canada and International Orders', with relations between Scotland and Canada a key feature, and will take place on 23-25 April 2020. [10 Jul 2019]

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Québec at the Edinburgh Festival 2019

The Québec programme spreads across the Fringe, International and Book festivals and features 13 shows including dance, music, literature and no less than three Québec circus shows. [03 Jul 2019]

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New Course on Canada for 2019/20!

The Honours undergraduate course will be organised around the theme of 'Diversities: Canada and Beyond'. [05 Jun 2019]

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BACS is coming back to Edinburgh!

The Centre of Canadian Studies will co-host next year's British Association for Canadian Studies Annual Conference. [05 Jun 2019]

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Former Centre Director commemorates 50 Years of Canada's Offical Languages Act

Professor Ged Martin has just published 'French in the Canadian public sphere, 1763-1969' as a tribute to the Act. [05 Jun 2019]

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First Scotland-Canada Arctic Dialogue!

The Centre of Canadian Studies was honored to co-host this event with the Polar Research and Policy Initiative, as well as the Edinburgh Arctic Research Network. [10 Apr 2019]

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BACS 2019: Final Programme Available!

The final conference programme, comprising four keynote sessions, including Quebec's former minster for indigenous affairs, Geoffrey Kelley is now available. [03 Apr 2019]

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Québec Cultural Events in the UK!

The April-July programme includes dance events by Québec artists at the RISE festival in Findhorn in May. [30 Mar 2019]

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CfP: 'Political Orders', 41st Annual Conference of the Association for Canadian Studies in German Speaking Countries (GKS), 14-16 February 2020, Grainau, Germany

For its 2020 annual conference, the Association invites papers from any discipline that speak to the conference theme of “Political Orders” with a Canadian or comparative focus. (Papers may be presented in English, French or German.) [28 Mar 2019]

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BACS draft conference programme now available!

The draft conference programme, comprising four keynote sessions, including Quebec's former minster for indigenous affairs, Geoffrey Kelley has just been released. [25 Mar 2019]

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Canadian First Nations musician and activist at the University of Glasgow, 15-16 April

The University of Glasgow is delighted to present Jeremy Dutcher – indigenous Canadian singer, composer and activist – as the 2019 Cramb Resident in Music. [25 Mar 2019]

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CfP: 'New Generation', International Journal of Canadian Studies

Publishing opportunity for young scholars! [14 Feb 2019]

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CfP Deadline Extended: Canadian Studies Gradate Student Conference; New Deadline 22 February

Deadline extended for Graduate Conference in May 2019 [07 Feb 2019]

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CfP: Graduate Symposium on Canadian Defence and Security, Waterloo, May 6-8, 2019

Graduate opportunity to present on Canadian defence and security [04 Feb 2019]

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Robarts Centre Visiting Professor in Canadian Studies- Call for applications

Visiting Professor opportunity at York University in Toronto! [04 Feb 2019]

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Applications for the Prix de la Délégation générale du Québec à Londres are Open!

An opportunity for academics and students to undertake research in Québec! [31 Jan 2019]

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New Publications on Queer Québec

A new initiative offers offers important perspectives on Queer Québec. [31 Jan 2019]

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CfP: “Solitude(s)” Etudes Canadiennes / Canadian Studies 87, December 2019

Journal seeks new perspectives on the role of solitude(s) in Canadian literature. [29 Jan 2019]

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Registration for BACS 2019 Conference Now Open!

Eventbrite Registration for BACS 2019 Annual Conference can now be accessed. [23 Jan 2019]

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CfP: 53rd Annual Conference of the Canadian Sociological Association

The 53rd Annual Conference of the CSA-SCS will be held from Monday, June 3 through to Thursday, June 6, 2019 as part of the Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences Congress this year taking place at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. [23 Jan 2019]

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