The Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies hosts four types of resources:
Canada Watch is the main publication of the Robarts Centre. It includes practical and analytical insights on various topics, themes and issues critical to understanding Canada. Canada Watch is aimed at academic and non-academic audiences, it is a helpful tool for formal and informal learning, and is a great venue for established scholars as well as graduate associates to get published.
In Canadian Studies Publications, you will find selected works from Associates, Canadianists and other specialists. It serves as bibliographical repository and quick referral tool for members of the community interested in learning more about specific topics in Canadian Studies.
Over the years, the Robarts Centre has hosted and recorded a variety of Lectures. You will find here some of these lectures in either print or video form, including from past Robarts Chairs in Canadian Studies and Visiting Professors in Canadian Studies.
The Annual Reports of the Robarts Centre provide detailed information on a yearly basis of the Centre’s initiatives, activities and priorities. It also highlights our Associates’ profiles and recent contributions.