Western Michigan University is pleased to host the 2003 Michigan Canadian Studies Roundtable
Friday, 11 April 2003
8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Fetzer Center, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
The Roundtable provides a forum for scholars, students,and others interested in Canada and US/Canadian relations to:
establish contacts (both Michigan and Canadian)
spread the word about their interests
share syllabi, teaching materials, and other resources
discuss Canadian Studies grants
keep abreast of developments in a variety of fields including politics, culture, education, border issues, Quebec, First Nations, gender, and the environment.
At the noon luncheon, acclaimed Saskatchewan-born writer Michael Helm will read from The World Beyond the Sun.
A late afternoon field trip is planned to view the exhibit Shared Waters: Natives and French on the Great Lakes at the Fort Miami Heritage Society in St. Joseph (dinner included). For information on the exhibit, see http://www.fortmiami.org/sharedwaters.html.
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER: Go to the homepage of the Michigan Canadian Studies Roundtable (below)and click on "annual meetings" or contact WMU's History Department: firstname.lastname@example.org (269-387-4650).
Western Michigan University
4301 Friedmann Hall
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
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