Our next visiting speaker is coming up on May 1. Dr. Nancy MacLean, William Chafe Professor of History and Public Policy, will discuss the radical right in a talk titled Enchaining Democracy: The Now-Transnational Project of the Radical Libertarian Right.
Drs. Maxime Dagenais and Julien Mauduit’s book on the Canadian Rebellion and Jacksonian America is now out! You can purchase it directly from the McGill-Queen’s University Press website or off amazon.
The Wilson Institute’s own Maxime Dagenais and Julien Mauduit spoke to the Champlain Society about Jacksonian America, the Canadian Rebellion, their upcoming book Revolution Across Borders.
The Wilson Institute’s own Dr. Maxime Dagenais and Dr. Julien Mauduit talk to Brighter World about their upcoming book on the Canadian Rebellion titled Revolutions Across Borders: Jacksonian America and the Canadian Rebellion. Click this link to read more about it.
The deadline for our Wilson Book Prize and Viv Nelles Essay Prize is coming up soon: January 30, 2019. Click on the link for more information on each prize.
Schedule for Fall 2019, our next Wilson Institute workshop, Perennial Problems: Histories of Health and Environment across Borders, seek to combines the history of health with environmental history.
In late August, we awarded our first Viv Nelles Graduate Award! Click here to find out who won.
This workshop seeks to unite scholars from Canada and around the world to critically reflect upon both the origins and travels of Orientalism, as well as their places in various parts of world (including—but not limited to—Canada) and their relations to decolonization.
Though we are still finalizing our speakers list, we can confirm our Fall 2018 schedule and most of our Winter 2019 schedule.
We are happy to announce our very first Corsini Fellow in Canadian History.