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.