Call for Proposals - Policing the North American Borderlands edited volume

Professors Holly M. Karibo and George T. Diaz are interested in receiving proposals for chapters in a forthcoming proposed volume on Policing the North American Borderlands.  Those potentially interested in participating in this project should send a proposal by August 31st, 2016, and be prepared to produce a full paper by February 1, 2017. For additional details, please see the attached file.

Think Canada! Summer 2016 edition

Dear ACSUS friends,

After a gap of several years, I'm pleased to announce that a new issue of ACSUS's newsletter, Think Canada!, is now available as an attachment here.

Hope you enjoy it!  We'll bring out another one as soon as we have sufficient material.

Wishing you all a wonderful and relaxing summer.

Munroe Eagles

International Council for Canadian Studies Awards Reception - June 11, 2016

Two ACSUS nominees were successful in this year's ICCS awards competition.  First, Myrna Delson-Karan was given an ICCS Certificate of Merit in recognition of her many distinguished contributions to the Canadian and Quebec Studies communities over the years.  In addition, the Pierre Savard Award for the best book published in English of French went to ACSUS nominee Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant of Queen's University, Kingston, ON, for her UBC Press book entited Gendered News: Media Coverage and Electoral Politics in Canada (2014).  ACSUS President Munroe Eagles was on hand to make these

Lindsay Marshall wins ACSUS-Enders Graduate Fellowship for 2016

It is a pleasure to announce that Ms. Lindsay Marshall, a PhD candidate in English at the University of Illinois at Chicago has been awarded the ACSUS-Enders Graduate Fellowship in Canada-US Relations to support her proposed research entitled "Recovering Rhetoric: Addiction and Rehabilitation at the Limits of Disease Discourse."  With the support of the fellowship, Ms.

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley Gives Lecture on Her Government's Plans for Leadership in Climate Change


On Thursday, April 28th, 2016, Alberta NDP Premier Rachel Notley gave a public lecture on Alberta's Climate Leadership Plan at the School of International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, in Washington DC. Her lecture was sponsored by the Thomas O. and Gaetana Enders Foundation and was organized by Dr. Christopher Sands of Johns Hopkins. 

A video of the lecture can be found at:


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