Student and Faculty Research Funding

2016 Barbara Godard Dissertation Prize in Canadian Studies

The Robarts Centre is pleased to announce that the 2016 Godard Prize has been awarded to Brittany Luby (History) for her dissertation “Drowned: Anishinabek Economies and Resistance to Hydroelectric Development in the Winnipeg River Drainage Basin, 1873-1975.” The adjudication committee was compelled by “the rich, textured story Luby’s dissertation told and the depth to which […]

Canada Watch Spring 2017 - Canada: Homeland or Hostile Land?

We are proud to release this year's edition of Canada Watch "Canada: Homeland or Hostile Land?" This year's issue contains amazing works examining state oppression, critiquing Canadian multiculturalism, and analyzing the relationship between the Canadian state and 'outsiders.' The papers in this issue were written by the esteemed presenters from the 2016 Robarts Centre Annual Graduate […]

CSN-REC Best Canadian Studies Undergraduate Essay/Thesis

The Canadian Studies Network-Réseau d’études canadiennes Prize for the Best Canadian Studies Undergraduate Essay/Thesis for the 2015-2016 academic year ABOUT: This prize is awarded annually to an outstanding interdisciplinary undergraduate research-based essay written by a full-time or part-time undergraduate student enrolled in a Canadian Studies Program at a Canadian university for an outstanding essay on […]

Barbara Godard Prize for the Best York University Dissertation in Canadian Studies

“This prize is awarded to the doctoral dissertation on a Canadian topic defended at York University in the course of the calendar year that best advances our knowledge of Canada. Special attention will be given to dissertations that transcend disciplinary boundaries and demonstrate innovation in thought and/or methodology.” Eligible candidates who have successfully defended their […]