2017 Northern Studies Research Symposium
Hosted by the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, on Friday November 10, 2017, the 2017 Northern Studies Research Symposium will be taking place from 10am to 3pm in 749 Kaneff Tower at York University. Presenters will be discussing research on issues and challenges related to Canada's North. Issues cover range from climate change to Inuit First Nations.
For the agenda of the Symposium, please see this link for details.
Canada India Symposium
The Robarts Centre is hosting, along with Dahdaleh Global Health Research Institute, York Centre for Asian Research, Centre for Refugee Studies and the Consulate General of India in Toronto, the Canada India Symposium. The Symposium aims to highlight and showcase the existing research and collaboration between Canada and India. It will also identify bottlenecks, challenges, and factors that underpin success. Bringing together academics, diplomats, policy makers, technocrats, and the business community, the Symposium will explore future opportunities and collaborations between Canada and India that can help foster new research, policy and innovation processes. Lastly, the Symposium will explore how Canadians can build better long-term relationships with their Indian counterparts.
The Symposium will be held on October 13, 2017 at York University. For more detailed information about the Symposium and location, please visit the Canada India Symposium Website.
Robarts' Graduate Conference
Every year Robarts hosts a Graduate Conference on a timely topic in Canadian studies. Each year the conference is getting larger as its reputation as a premier place to present student work is becoming more widely known. The aim of the conference is to give graduate students an opportunity to present their work in a premiere and professional environment. To that end, students are asked to prepare a paper and present their research to their future colleagues. With York professors as discussants, the students are given invaluable feedback and encouraged to refine their work and submit it for publication. Students are also encouraged to submit their work to be included in a special edition of the Robarts publication, Canada Watch.
This year's conference Transgressing the Nation-State: Constructs of Canadian Identity will be held on April 20-21, 2017 at York University. For more detailed information about the conference and registration please visit the official Graduate Conference website.
For information regarding upcoming conferences regarding topics in Canadian studies, please visit the Canadian Studies Network's list of Calls for Papers and Conference Announcements.