The Canadian Studies Program is pleased to announce that historian Dr. Gregory Wigmore has joined the program as an external academic affiliate. Dr....Read more about Canadian Studies Welcomes Historian Gregory Wigmore, Expert in Early Canada, as External Affiliate
The Canadian Studies Program is pleased to announce Nadia Almasalkhi as a new Edward E. Hildebrand Fellow for the Spring semester.
The Canadian Studies Program was pleased to have a robust group in attendance at this year's 26th biennial conference of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS), held from November 16-19 in Washington, DC. Over the course of four days, the conference brought together...Read more about Berkeley Representatives Attend National Canadian Studies Conference
The Canadian Studies Program is proud to announce that our undergraduate fellow Haikun Liu has been selected to receive a national research award by the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS). The Martin Lubin Undergraduate Award in the Social Sciences, which Haikun will...Read more about Berkeley Student Haikun Liu Wins National Undergraduate Prize in Canadian Studies
Yesterday, Canadian Studies and the Digital Moose Lounge celebrated our 6th annual community Thanksgiving. Nearly 100 Canadians and their friends from across the Bay came to Berkeley to celebrate all things Canada, including special guests Consul General Rana Sarkar. Guests enjoyed a...Read more about In photos: Our 6th Annual Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner!
Canadian Studies is pleased to announce Britt Leake as the recipient of an Edward E. Hildebrand Graduate Research Fellowship for Fall 2023.
Britt is a PhD candidate in the Travers Department of Political Science. His research focuses on understanding the conditions under which democracy...Read more about New Hildebrand Fellow Britt Leake Seeks Blueprint for Successful Multicultural Democracy
Earlier this summer, the Canadian Studies Program faced a historic change in leadership when longtime director Irene Bloemraad stepped down after ten years of service. At such a pivotal time, we are grateful to rely on the steady, experienced leadership provided by our interim director, Dr....Read more about Get to know our new director, Dr. Richard A. Rhodes
Canadian Studies is pleased to announce that Haikun Liu has been awarded an undergraduate research fellowship to conduct fieldwork in Canada this August. His fellowship will expand upon his previous work, an empirical examination of the 'altruism' of Canadian Official Development Assistance to...Read more about Haikun Liu receives research grant to study "altruism" of Canada's foreign aid
As we wrap up Pride Month, Canadian Studies is pleased to announce a new external academic affiliate whose research grapples with the complex intersection of sexuality and colonialism in 19th-century Canada.
Dr. Jarett Henderson is a lecturer in history at UC Santa Barbara, where he...Read more about New Academic Affiliate Jarett Henderson Explores the History of Sexuality and Colonialism in Canada
We are pleased to announce that David Stewart, who chairs the Canadian Studies Program's External Advisory Board, has been elected to the Executive Council of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS).
ACSUS is the largest academic organization dedicated to the...Read more about Advisory Board Chair David Stewart Elected to ACSUS Executive Council