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Post-Doc Opportunity - Centre for Canadian Studies - Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB

The Centre for Canadian Studies at Mount Allison University invites applications for a non-renewable two-year postdoctoral fellowship. Applicants should have a recently completed Ph. D., or be near completion by the time the appointment takes effect on 1 July 2018, subject to budgetary approval. Prospective candidates should have an active research program in a field relevant to Canadian Studies.

CFP - 37th MANECCS Biennial Conference, Lake Placid, October 26-27, 2018

The Mid-Atlantic-New England Council for Canadian Studies (MANECCS) is currently accepting papers from all academic disciplines for the 37th Anniversary Conference to be held at the Conference Center at Lake Placid, New York between October 26 and 27, 2018. More information on the conference will be available at The conference hotel is the Lake Placid Hampton Inn & Suites at Hilton.

ACQS "Emerging Scholars" CFP - New Orleans, November 2018

The ACQS is thrilled to announce an Emerging Scholars Colloquium to be held in conjunction with its 2018 biennial convention.  With the participation of the Association Internationale des Etudes Québécoises (AIEQ), we plan to host a pre-convention series of panels for graduate students whose research touches on Quebec, Francophone Canada, and Franco-America.  Acceptance into this colloquium is competitive, and the scholars chosen will benefit from close connections with other graduate students as well as from mentorship from senior scholars who will be affiliated with the colloquium.

2017 Enders Symposium Panels available for viewing.

ACSUS is pleased to release videos of the three "2017 Enders Symposium on Canada-United States Relations" panels that took place as part of our 24th Biennial conference in Las Vegas last October. ACSUS is grateful to David Biette of the Council of State Governments for organizing the Symposium.  Generous funding was provided by the Thomas O. and Gaetana Enders Foundation.  

Below are the Youtube links to each of these three panels, along with a brief description of each panel.  

Please share these links widely.

Canadian books available

Jon Whitney has approached ACSUS with a request for assistance in finding a suitable home for him to donate some of his Canadian books.  A list of his titles can be found in the attached document.  If you are interested in obtaining these books for your campus library, kindly contact Jon directly at


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