Welcome to the Canadian Studies Program!
The Canadian Studies Program is a nationally-ranked research center dedicated to promoting knowledge of Canada, its people, and the Canada-US relationship. Founded in 1982, Canadian Studies is celebrating 40 years as the intellectual hub for all things Canadian at Berkeley and the wider San Francisco Bay Area.
New Hildebrand Fellow, Madeleine Morris, Studies Work of Canadian Conceptual Artist Joyce Wieland
Canadian Studies is pleased to introduce Madeleine Morris as the recipient of an Edward Hildebrand Graduate Research Fellowship for Summer 2023.
Madeleine is a first-year Ph.D. student in the history of art specializing in twentieth century art of North America, with an emphasis on folk...Read more about New Hildebrand Fellow, Madeleine Morris, Studies Work of Canadian Conceptual Artist Joyce Wieland
Introducing our Spring Sproul Fellows, Eric Guntermann and Lance McCready!
Canadian Studies is pleased to announce two new recipients of the John A. Sproul Postdoctoral Fellowship for the Spring 2023 semester. The fellowship provides support for a visiting scholar engaged in research on Canada to spend time at UC Berkeley.
Dr. Eric Guntermann...Read more about Introducing our Spring Sproul Fellows, Eric Guntermann and Lance McCready!
Hildebrand Fellow Joshua Zimmt Pieces Together the Link Between Climate Change and the First Mass Extinction of Animal Life
Joshua Zimmt is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Integrative Biology and UC Museum of Paleontology at UC Berkeley. He holds a B.S. in geology from the College of William & Mary. His research focuses on the link between climate change and its impact on the history of life,...Read more about Hildebrand Fellow Joshua Zimmt Pieces Together the Link Between Climate Change and the First Mass Extinction of Animal Life