(18 March 2020) Message from Dr. Gabrielle A. Slowey,
Director Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies
Please note that due to the current crisis, please note that the Robarts Centre offices are physically closed, but we remain active in virtual mode. We are here and available in a virtual capacity to help support our associates and their research related needs.
Our contact information can be found here: https://robarts.info.yorku.ca/contact-us/
Also, a reminder that the Robarts Centre is continuing to accept applications for the Visiting Professorship in Canadian Studies, which is open to faculty members from outside of Canada. For more information please visit: Lorna Marsden Visitorship https://robarts.info.yorku.ca/…/robarts-centre-visiting-pr…/ (original deadline March 27, 2020).
Nominations are also open for the Odessa Prize for the Study of Canada (an award for the best essay written in English or French in an undergraduate fourth-year course on a topic relevant to the study of Canada): https://robarts.info.yorku.ca/awards/odessa-prize/
For more information about York University’s response to COVID-19, please see: https://coronavirus.info.yorku.ca
Director, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies
Department of Politics
York University has one of the largest concentrations of Canadian specialists in the
world. In recognition of this fact, the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies was established in 1984 with support from the private sector and matching grants from the Secretary of State and the Province of Ontario. It was named in memory of the Honourable John P. Robarts (1917– 1982), seventeenth Premier of Ontario (1961–1971) and seventh Chancellor of York University (1977–1982).
The Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies is located on the Seventh Floor of the Kaneff Tower on the main campus of York University.
What we do:
- Black Canada
- Critical Perspectives on Mental Health (CPM)
- Environmental Research Group
- History of Indigenous Peoples Network
- Le Canada francophone, francophile et en français
- Mobilizing Inuit Cultural Heritage (MICH)
- Toronto Migration Memory Collective (TMMC)
- Women and Inclusivity in Sustainable Energy Research Network (WISER)