Canadian Studies faculty, grad students and staff presented research at ACSUS in Ottawa

Canadian Studies professors of History, Economics and Political Science, and adjunct faculty of History with two Department of History graduate students and one Canadian-American Center staff presented their research at the 21st biennial meeting of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS) conference November 16-20, 2011 in Ottawa.

The Canadian Studies professors, adjunct faculty, graduate students and staff who presented on peer-reviewed and selected sessions and panels were: Karen Buhr (Economics), Howard Cody (Political Science), Scott See (History), Stefano Tijerina (History adjunct), Chuck Deshaies (History PhD candidate), Rebecca White (History PhD candidate), and Betsy Arntzen (Canadian Studies Outreach Coordinator).

Professor of French and Associate Director of the Canadian-American Center Raymond Pelletier attended representing the American Council for Quebec Studies.  Dr. Pelletier is the Executive Director and oversees the ACQS secretariat housed at UMaine in the Canadian-American Center.

The ACSUS conference is attended by Canadian Studies faculty from universities in the US and Canada, as well as by academic relations officers and staff of the Canadian Embassy and Canadian Consuls General.  ACSUS is based in Washington, DC.