UC-Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks, Canadian Consul General Cassie Doyle, Governor General of Canada David Johnston and former Chancellor Robert Birgeneau (April 2014)
Canadian Governor General, David Johnston, speaking with Professor Irene Bloemraad, Chair of the Canadian Studies program, and Professor Laverne Jacobs, inaugural Visiting Fulbright Chair in Canadian Studies
Through the Sproul Research Fellowship and Fulbright Visiting Research Chair, the Canadian Studies Program brings some of the most prominent Canadian Studies scholars from throughout North America to Berkeley. Learn more about our Visitor and Funding Opportunities and Awards.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers at UC Berkeley, during a campus visit by The Right Honourable David Johnson, Governor General of Canada, in 2014.
The UC Berkeley Canadian Studies Program was founded by the late Thomas Garden Barnes (left) in 1982. Here, Professor Barnes poses with Professor Nelson Graburn, former director of the program, in 2006.
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Webmaster's Note: The below Abstract is by Professor Laverne Jacobs, who served as Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Cannadian Studies with our program during the 2013-2014 academic year. We are...
Online magazine Vox takes a look at Canadian Studies Director Irene Bloemraad's research and explores why Canada is, in their words, "the least xenophobic country in the world."