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News

Caylee Hong

Canadian Studies is pleased to introduce Caylee Hong, the latest recipient of an Edward Hildebrand Research Fellowship. Caylee is a Ph.D. student in…

Professor Irene Bloemraad

Canadian Studies Program director Irene Bloemraad made an appearance on "Moving the Needle", a podcast exploring key issues facing Canada. She joined World…

Françoise Barnes Bonnell

On the Canadian Studies Advisory Board, few have as deep ties to the program as Dr. Françoise Barnes Bonnell. The daughter of its late co-founder…

Dr. Rebecca Wallace

Canadian Studies is pleased to announce that Dr. Rebecca Wallace will be joining our team as a John A. Sproul Research Fellow for the spring 2021 semester.…

Into and Out of Dislocation by C. S. Giscombe

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a special statement today recognizing the beginning of Black History Month in Canada. The Prime Minister's…

Research

Dr. Rebecca Wallace

Dr. Rebecca Wallace, a political scientist specializing in immigration and minority issues, officially joined the program this month as a John A. Sproul…

Jae Yeon Kim

By Jae Yeon Kim

Jae Yeon Kim is a Ph.D. candidate in political science at UC Berkeley. Kim studies…

Desirée Valadares

The following photos and captions were produced by Desirée Valadares, who received a Hildebrand Fellowship in 2017 for…

Kimberly Huynh

Kimberly Huynh is a current environmental engineering PhD student at UC Berkeley, and a member of the Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Hydrology research…

Jae Yeon Kim

Berkeley grad student and Hildebrand Fellowship recipient Jae Yeon Kim recently published a paper in Studies in American Political Development, the…

Professor Irene Bloemraad

A new study published by the Institute for Research on Public Policy cities research on immigrant political inclusion conducted by our program director,…

Professor David Card

A new discussion paper co-authored by Canadian Studies faculty affiliate David Card, a professor of economics at UC Berkeley, argues that hiring and wage…

Professor Emmanuel Saez

New research by economists Emmanuel Saez of UC Berkeley and Michael R. Veall of McMaster University confirms that income inequality has risen in Canada…

Ship

Using Captain Vancouver’s Voyage to Examine What is Accomplished By Reconsidering and Rewriting the Past -- Talk by Lee Gulyas of Western Washington…

Article -  From Canadian Studies Director Irene Bloemraad …