Student conference to explore Canadian-American issues

The Centre for Canadian Studies is now accepting abstracts for the annual Canada-U.S. student conference “Crossing Borders: A Multi Disciplinary Student Conference.”

The conference welcomes submissions from undergraduate and graduate students on a wide variety of topics relating to Canadian and American relations. Topics may include, but are not limited to, trade, business, security, immigration, sports, environment education, tourism, energy, popular culture and history.

The conference provides an opportunity for students from Canadian and American institutions to come together and learn from each others’ research and experiences.

More information can be found on the Canadian Studies website. Abstracts are due Friday, Feb. 14 and students wishing to be considered for the Best Paper Award should submit a full version of their paper by Friday, Feb. 21.

This year’s conference will be held at Brock March 6 and 7, with a keynote address by Andrew C. Holman, Editor of the American Review of Canadian Studies and Professor of History at Bridgewater State University.

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