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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Marketing & Communications Infographic

Wanted: Student Administrative and Communications Aide

We are currently accepting resumes for a work-study Student Administrative and Communications Aide position! We are looking for a student capable of working under limited supervision and exhibiting independent judgment, initiative, and creativity in completing assigned tasks in a timely manner. The student will perform general administrative support and complex communications (digital and print) tasks […]

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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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Le manque en partage

New book from Frederic Rondeau: “Le Manque en partage”

We are pleased to announce that Frédéric Rondeau, Assistant Professor of French and Assistant Director of the Canadian-American Center, has published “Le Manque en Partage: La Poésie de Michel Beaulieu et Gilbert Langevin,” (Sharing the Empty Spaces: the poetry of Michel Beaulieu and Gilbert Langevin), published by the University of Montreal Press. This is Rondeau’s second […]

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UMaine Highlights Canadian Parliamentary Internship Participant

Congratulations to UMaine Political Science major Miranda Roberts on successfully completing the Canadian Parliamentary Internship this past summer! Read about her experience here. The application deadline to apply for the 2017 Canadian Parliamentary Internship is Dec. 15. The program costs $3,000 and includes housing, as well as three transferable credits from University of Michigan-Dearborn. For more […]

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