Prof. Lee Gulyas, Western Washington University
Dr. Raul Pacheco-Vega will discuss the importance of self-care for academics.
In the pressure-cooker environment of a research university, it is vitally important for scholars to establish good self-care and stress management techniques.
In addition to being a renowned scholar in the field of resource governance, Dr. Raul Pacheco-Vega is known for his thoughtful and outspoken stance on...
This talk considers the evolving relationship between Canada, the provinces, and the Canadian diaspora in Silicon Valley with a focus on how these governmental organizations and NGOs are organized. The talk also compares the Canadian example with other country diaspora networks in Silicon Valley. What are the evolving opportunities and risks in terms of Canada-local partnerships? The study relies...
The Canadian Studies Colloquium Series will be held on Tuesdays in Fall 2016. Full speaker schedule and exact dates TBA. Please save Tuesdays in your Fall calendar to join us for the Canadian Studies Colloquium Series.
Join Canadian Studies for the final Colloquium of the academic year. Our Hildebrand Scholars, Berkeley graduate students whose research is funded by Canadian Studies, will discuss their work.
The Canadian Studies Program and our community partner the Digital Moose Lounge are please to present two screenings of the film "Being Canadian," and live in-person Q&As with filmmakers Rob Cohen and Colin Gray.
There will be two opportunities to see the film
Peter Carver, University of Alberta Professor of Law and Sproul Fellow with Canadian Studies will speak on "Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Recent Canadian Immigration and Refugee Law." Buffet Lunch at 12 noon, followed by lecture at approximately 12:20 PM.
This event is free, open to the public, and wheelchair accessible.
Dr. Linda Morra will lecture on "Writing/Righting the Record: Researching the Archives of Canadian Women Writers." Buffet lunch will commence at 12 noon, followed by the lecture at 12:20PM in 223 Moses Hall on Wednesday, March 16th.
Sproul Fellow Deena Rymhs will speak in the English Department on March 2, at 5:00 PM in 315 Wheeler Hall. Professor Rymhs' talk is titled "Kent Monkman's The Big Four as Automobiography."