Margaret Atwood is a world-renowned Canadian writer. Her identity as a Canadian is important to her and is reflected in her work, especially her earlier work.
The Northeast and Atlantic Region Environmental History Forum (NEAR-EH) invites you to our eighth annual meeting, Friday, June 21 and Saturday, June 22 at Boston University.
NEAR-EH is a workshop for scholars at any stage of their career who want to share works in progress for constructive, collegial discussion. We consider the northeast in broad terms – this year’s papers range from Hibernia to Connecticut. We alternate back and forth across the border: this summer, our hosts are Boston University’s History Department and American & New England Studies Program.
French in the Canadian public sphere, 1763-1969
41st Annual Conference of the Association for Canadian Studies in German Speaking Countries (GKS)
February 14 to 16, 2020 in Grainau, Germany
Call for Papers
The Air Command and Staff College, as part of USAF Air University, Maxwell AFB Alabama, in association with the United States Air Force Academy, Brécourt Academic, and Global War Studies, are pleased to announce a special plenary session, "The Air War for Normandy and the Liberation of Europe," which will be held at the Normandy 75 conference (22-25 July 2019) in Portsmouth, England, at the University of Portsmouth. Featured participants in this special plenary event include: Dr. S. Mike Pavelec, Air Command and Staff College; Dr.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Official Languages Act, the Association for Canadian Studies, the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages and Canadian Parents for French will host a conference bringing together Canadians to exchange ideas on how the two official languages have shaped Canada's historic narrative and the current challenges encountered by educators in fostering linguistic duality within the context of in
CALL FOR PAPERS
Fat and the Body in the Long 19th Century
The Programme de recherche en démographie historique (PRDH) will be hosting an event to launch a new micro database of the 1831 Census of Quebec. This database was created in collaboration with FamilySearch and was funded by a grant from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation. The event takes place from 3 pm to 6 pm on Tuesday, March 14, 2019, in the Carrefour des arts et des scien