Enders/ACSUS 50 Research Award

With the generous support of the Thomas O. Enders Endowment, and in honor of the 50th anniversary of ACSUS, this award will be granted biennially to support a U.S.-based scholar whose current research or creative project promises to make a significant contribution to the field of Canadian Studies.

Researchers from all disciplines in the field are encouraged to apply. Among the subjects of special interest are energy policy, economics, cross-border issues, and climate change and the environment. Projects may include books or book chapters, scholarly articles, short films/documentaries, works of creative writing, and databases/websites relating to the digital social sciences and humanities, among other scholarly and creative endeavors.

Award amount: $15,000.

2023 Recipient - Dr. Claire Campbell, Bucknell University

The winner of the 2023 Enders/ACSUS 50 Research Award is Claire Campbell, Professor and Chair of the Department of History at Bucknell University. Her project, entitled Cities by the Sea: Urban Coastlines in Atlantic Canada, examines the environmental histories and current precarities of Canada’s coastal cities in an era of anthropogenic climate change.