Emerging Scholars Colloquium

Nine graduate students and recent graduates will participate in the Emerging Scholars Colloquium to be held virtually on October 2, 2021.  They were selected because their research includes Québec, Francophone Canada and Franco-America.  This year’s participants are Philippe Halbert, Yale University, Aine McAlinden, Georgetown University,  Marie-Lise Drapeau-Bisson, University of Toronto, Heidi Beckman, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Emilie Drouin, Université de Montréal, Jaclyn […]

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Upcoming Presentation from Dr. Annie Tock

Please join us for a graduate research presentation entitled “Whose Streets? Policing Orange Riots in 19th c. British North America”, On November 12th at 12 PM via zoom. In this lecture, Annie Tock will examine the mid-19th century Party Processions Acts through the lenses of social and spatial history and consider the ways in which […]

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Patrick Callaway Research Presentation

Please join us at the Bangor room for “Nova Scotia and the ‘New Empire’ 1783-1815”, a presentation of graduate research by UMaine PhD candidate Patrick Callaway. This event is free and open to the public. A boxed lunch is provided. We hope to see you there! Click here for our Facebook event!

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Canadian-American Public Policy journal moves to University of Victoria

After several years on hiatus, we are pleased to announce that the Canadian-American Center has handed off Canadian-American Public Policy (CAPP) to our partners at the University of Victoria under the leadership of Dr. Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly. The journal will be hosted on their website. Click here to browse or search their archives and access information about submissions, […]

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St. John River, New Brunswick

Prof. Micah Pawling wins Canadian Historical Association prize

Please join us in congratulating Assistant Professor of Native American Studies and History Micah Pawling for the selection of his article, “Wəlastəkwey (Maliseet) Homeland: Waterscapes and Continuity within the Lower St. John River Valley, 1784-1900,” for the 2018 Canadian Aboriginal History Article prize. You can access the article in Acadiensis: Journal of the History of the […]

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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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