Register here for the 2015 McLean Lectures

Please join us 28 January, 4 and 11 February @ 7 pm, Liu Centre multipurpose room. Link to registration.  Image credit: Bob Brooks, “A house being moved by floating in from Silver Fox Island, Bonavista Bay, to Dover, Newfoundland,” 1961. Library and Archives Canada, e010975945
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» 2015 McLean lectures

November 20, 2014

Professor Tina Loo, “Moved by the State: Forced Relocation and a ‘Good Life’ in Postwar Canada.”  The lectures explore the relationships among poverty, development, and democracy in Canada. 28 January “Hell and Hope in the Barrenlands,” on forced relocation in the central Arctic 4 February “Developing a ‘Good Life’ in Newfoundland and Eastern Quebec” 11 […]

» Canadian Studies First Ever Alumni Event

March 6, 2013

Students are invited to the first ever Canadian Studies alumni and career night! The event will consist of an alumni panel answering questions about where the program has taken them professionally, how it helped them prepare for their career, and what has been the most challenging, and rewarding parts of their journey so far. The […]

» McLean Lectures 2013

January 21, 2013

Graeme Wynn, the McLean Chair in Canadian Studies, will be presenting the McLean lectures this March 7, 14 and 21 @ 7:00 pm under the banner, NAVIGATING “A WASTING WORLD”: PERSPECTIVES ON ENVIRONMENTALISM AND SUSTAINABILITY IN CANADA.  The lectures will be held in the main lecture hall, Aquatic Ecosystems Research Laboratory, located at 2202 Main […]

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