Fellows and Scholars: Prior to 2015

John A. Sproul Fellows 1996-2014 

John A. Sproul Fellowships are awarded to visiting scholars of distinction from around Canada, the United States and the world. 

2013-2014

Ian Urquhart, Political Science, University of Alberta
Habib Saidi, History, Laval University
Mireille Pacquet, Political Science, Concordia University
Keith Banting, Public Policy, Queen’s University 

2012-2013

Carol Beran, St. Mary’s College of California
Celia Rabinovitch, University of Manitoba
Stephen Ross, Law, Pennsylvania State University (Visiting Scholar Law)
Denver Lewellen, Canadian Studies Program UC Berkeley

2011-2012

Michael Behiels, History, University of Ottawa

2010-2011

Denver Lewellen, Canadian Studies Program UC Berkeley

2009-2010

Dylan Robinson, Royal Holloway, University of London
Jocelyn Létourneau, History, Laval University
John Crowley, History, Dalhousie University
Marian Binkley, Anthropology/Sociology, Dalhousie
Denver Lewellen, Canadian Studies Program UC Berkeley

2008-2009

Michael Behiels, University of Ottawa
Ranu Basu, York University

2007-2008

Peter Gossage,  Université de Sherbrooke (now at Concordia University)

2006-2007

George Hoberg, University of British Columbia

2004-2005

John Vardalas, Visiting Scholar in the Office for the History of Science and Technology at UC Berkeley
Kathleen Kenna, distinguished Canadian foreign correspondent and Visiting Scholar with Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism

2003-2004

Harry Hiller, University of Calgary
Elena Scali, Visiting Scholar and Sproul Fellow with the Program, and Fulbright scholar

2001-2002

John Vardalas Visiting Scholar in the Office for the History of Science and Technology at UC Berkeley

2000-2001

Guy Beauregard, a Postdoctoral Visiting Scholar in Ethnic Studies under the auspices of the Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada

1999-2000

Michael K. Hawes, then at Queen's University; the J. William Fulbright Distinguished Professor in Canadian-American Relations.

1997-1998

Alain Noël, University of Montreal

1996-1997

Christer Lindberg, University of Lund, Sweden

Edward Hildebrand Fellows

Edward Hildebrand Fellowships are awarded to UC Berkeley graduate students whose dissertation work focuses primarily, or comparatively, on Canada. 

2014-2015

Yue-Ting Siu, Graduate School of Education
Nicola Szibbo, City and Regional Planning

Summer 2014

Ramya Janandharan, Ethnic Studies Program
Julia Lewandoski, Department of History
Genevieve Painter, Jurisprudence and Social Policy
Vasanthi Venkatesh, Jurisprudence and Social Policy 

2013-2014

Amanda McKerracher, Graduate School of Education
Valerie Morash, Department of Psychology
Genevieve Painter, Jurisprudence and Social Policy
Nicola Szibbo, City and Regional Planning

Summer 2013

Janey Lew, Department of Ethnic Studies
Nicola Szibbo, City and Regional Planning

Summer 2012

Clara Berridge, School of Social Welfare
Brendan Shanahan, Department of History
Daniel Suarez, Environmental Science, Policy & Management

2011-2012 

Barry Eidlin, Department of Sociology 
Delia Hagen, Department of History
Tamara Lee Stover, Department of Sociology 

Summer 2011 

Sibyl Diver, Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management  

2010-2011 

Delia Hagen, Department of History
Jason Ulim Kim, Department of Ethnic Studies
Janey Lew, Department of Ethnic Studies

Summer 2010  

Delia Hagen, Department of History
Janey Lew, Department of Ethnic Studies 

2009-2010

Barry Eidlin, Department of Sociology
Gregory Fayard, Department of Sociology
Jason Ulim Kin, Department of Ethnic Studies
Janey Lew, Department of Ethnic Studies
Larisa Mann, Jurisprudence and Social Policy

Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Canadian Studies

2013-2014

Laverne Jacobs, Law, University of Windsor

Other Visiting Scholars

1993-1994

Regents' Lecturer
The Right Honourable Joe Clark