Taesoo Song is a Ph.D. student in the City & Regional Planning Program at UC Berkeley. He holds a B.A. in economics and an M.S. in urban planning and engineering from Yonsei University in Seoul. His research specializes in housing policy, gentrification and neighborhood changes, urban...Read more about Hildebrand Fellow Taesoo Song Investigates Effects of Ontario's Housing Speculation Tax
Canadian Studies is proud to announce Aaron Gregory, a former Hildebrand Fellowship recipient, has been appointed assistant professor of Native American studies at Cal Poly Humboldt (formerly Humboldt State University).
Dr. Gregory received his Ph.D.
Canadian Studies celebrated Thanksgiving with our Bay Area friends on Saturday with our 5th annual community Thanksgiving dinner. Together with our partners at the Digital Moose Lounge...Read more about Celebrating Our 5th Annual Canadian Thanksgiving!
Canadian Studies is proud to announce that former program director Nelson Graburn has been named Distinguished Emeritus of the Year for 2022 by the UC Berkeley Emeriti Association. The award recognizes exceptional accomplishment by an emeritus faculty member since retirement. He will be honored...Read more about Former Program Director Nelson Graburn Wins Berkeley "Emeritus of the Year" Award
Canadian Studies is pleased to announce that Hidetaka Hirota, an associate professor in the Department of History, has joined our program as our newest faculty affiliate.
Professor Hirota is a historian of the...Read more about Canadian Studies welcomes new faculty affiliate, Hidetaka Hirota
Canadian Studies is pleased to welcome a new Hildebrand Fellow for Academic Year 2022: Jennifer Kaplan, a doctoral student in romance languages and literatures. Her research examines the intersection of grammatical gender and social gender.
Jennifer’s Hildebrand Fellowship will fund her...Read more about New Hildebrand Fellow, Jennifer Kaplan, studies development of gender-neutral French in Quebec
Director Bloemraad and Nicholas A. R. Fraser present new research on limitations of rights-based persuasion
Canadian Studies is pleased to introduce Taesoo Song as the second recipient of an Edward Hildebrand Graduate Research Fellowship for Summer 2022. Taesoo is a Ph.D. student in city and regional planning. He is interested in the role of housing policy and neighborhood planning in promoting more...Read more about New Hildebrand Fellow, Taesoo Song, studies intersection of immigration & housing policy in toronto
Canadian Studies is pleased to introduce Joshua Zimmt as the latest recipient of an Edward Hildebrand Graduate Research Fellowship. Joshua is a Ph.D. candidate in integrative biology and affiliate of the UC Museum of Paleontology, and is studying the link between climate change and mass...Read more about New Hildebrand Fellow, Joshua Zimmt, finds modern lessons in ancient fossils
Canadian Studies welcomes William M. Burton, scholar of French literature, as newest faculty affiliate
This week, people across Canada and around the world celebrate the French Language and Francophonie, the global French-speaking community. Canadian Studies is pleased to join in by announcing that William M. Burton, an assistant professor of French with a love for Quebec, has joined the program...Read more about Canadian Studies welcomes William M. Burton, scholar of French literature, as newest faculty affiliate