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The Canadian-American Center

Spring 2018 Canadian Studies Course Guide

The course guide for Spring 2018 Canadian Studies courses is now available! The course list may be updated again in the future, but you can always find the most recent version here. Please share with any undergraduates, graduate students, or colleagues who may be interested in our latest offerings!  

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CBHA Canada 150 conference

Tijerina named recipient of new Canadian Business History fellowship

We are pleased to announce that UMaine adjunct assistant professor and Canadian-American Center affiliate Stefano Tijerina was honored at the “150 Years of Canadian Business History” conference in Toronto on September 11-12, 2017 as the first recipient of the Chris Kobrak Fellowship in Canadian Business History. Read more about Tijerina’s accomplishments here and visit CBHA-ACHA to learn […]

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Upcoming: Canadians Teaching in the United States, a panel discussion

Please join us at 12:00-1:00PM on Thursday, September 14 at the University of Maine Memorial Union, Coe Room, for a panel discussion examining the challenges, opportunities, and responsibilities faced by Canadian scholars who research and teach in the United States. CanAm faculty members Mark McLaughlin and Frédéric Rondeau  and 2017 Geddes W. Simpson Lecturer Sharrona Pearl […]

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Professor Sean Mills

CanAm Lecture: Sean Mills, “Transnationalism, Race, and Quebec”

We are pleased to welcome Professor Sean Mills of the University of Toronto to the University of Maine on April 10, 2017. He will present a lecture entitled “Transnationalism, Race, and Quebec” at the Hill Auditorium in Barrows Hall at 12PM. The event is free of charge; box lunches will be provided. Visit the event page […]

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View of a map of Maine

CanAm Center Fellow featured on “Wild Maine”

Canadian-American Center fellowship recipient Patrick Callaway recently appeared on Bob Duschesne’s “Wild Maine” on 92.9 FM to discuss how Maine got its borders. The interview, which aired on December 10 and 11, features US-Canadian cross-border history. You can listen to the segment on YouTube:

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