UCD Centre for Canadian Studies
Welcome to the Centre for Canadian Studies at University College Dublin. The Centre is housed in the School of English, Drama and Film, and serves as a forum for academic research and teaching in the interdisciplinary field of Canadian Studies. It offers selected modules in Canadian Studies, and supports the research and teaching of the annual visiting Craig Dobbin Chair in Canadian Studies.
Featured News and Events
Wednesday, February 24 3pm
"Pibloktoq and Visual Sovereignty in the Archives"
Professor Renée Hulan
Hosted by University College Cork
Online event. Details and registration here
Monday, March 8 4:15pm
Invited talk: Sheila Watt-Cloutier and the Right to be Cold
Hosted by the Waterford Institute of Technology
Thursday April 8-Friday, April 9
Arctic Voices Workshop in partnership with UiT The Arctic University of Norway
The Craig Dobbin Professor cordially invites you two events as part of the 2021 Arctic Voices Workshop:
“Rupture, erosion and Sámi aesthetics by Iver Jåks” Irene Snarby 7 April 2021, 5 pm CET
“Through the Colonial Lens: Images of Alaska Native people in the 18th and 19th Centuries” by Maria Williams 9 April 2021, 6.30pm CET
For more information: https://www.arcticvoices.space/
Wednesday, April 14 4pm
Invited speakers: Karly Kehoe and Michael E. Vance "Historical Practice and Reconciliation in Atlantic Canada"
Hosted by the Craig Dobbin Professor and the Centre for Candian Studies, UCD
Online event. Registration details to follow.
Director: Dr. J. Paul Halferty, C201 Newman Building, School of English Drama and Film, University College Dublin. firstname.lastname@example.org. +353 (0) 716-8373
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