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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.
As noted in the December newsletter, Professor Heather Hudson, Sproul Fellow in 2015, is an adviser to the First Mile Connectivity Consortium (FMCC), an award-winning Canadian indigenous communications organization....
L'ancien président de recherche Fulbright pour les études Canadiennes, Frédérik Gagnon, a écrit cet article pour l'opinion publique en Cananda.
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."
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VIDEO: Using Captain Vancouver’s Voyage to Examine What is Accomplished By Reconsidering and Rewriting the Past -- Talk by Lee Gulyas of Western Washington University delivered in the Canadian Studies Colloquium Series at the University of California, Berkeley,. October 4, 2016.
Article - From Canadian Studies Director Irene Bloemraad “Utter Failure” or Unity out of Diversity? Debating and Evaluating Policies of Multiculturalism (with M.Wright), IMR (2014)
Book - From 2015 Sproul Fellow Heather Hudson Connecting Alaskans: Telecommunications in Alaska from Telegraph to Broadband