There will be a one day conference at Canada House, in London, next to Trafalgar Square, on 17 July on "100 Years of Canadian foreign policy, 1909-2009" to commemorate the centenary of the Canadian Department of External Affairs. The conference is being organised by the History Group of the British Association for Canadian Studies and will follow on from the Transatlantic Studies Association Conference in Canterbury, 13-16 July.
Papers are welcome on any aspect of Canadian foreign policy since 1909. It is planned that there will be 3 sessions during the day covering the period 1909-21, 1921-47 (the era of Mackenzie King) and 1947 to the present day. It is intended that a selection of papers will be published in the British Journal of Canadian Studies. The deadline for papers is 31 May and, for registration, 17 June. For further details please contact the organiser Dr Tony McCulloch (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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