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Resources (Publications & Lectures)

The Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies hosts two types of resources -- Publications and Lectures:

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.

Contemporary Kanata is an undergraduate journal launched in 2020. The journal's larger project involves efforts to decolonize knowledge and scholarship within the field of Canadian Studies. Contemporary Kanata will publish pieces and articles that reflect the perspectives of marginalized voices.

The Robarts Centre Reflections on Research series asks our associates to go beyond the specifics of their research findings, which are often published elsewhere, and to instead reflect on the scholarship process and the subjective factors that brought them to the work.

Dispatchers in Canadian Studies foregrounds undergraduate students' reflections on the study of Canada from a critical, collaborative and interdisciplinary perspective. This initiative is in partnership with Mount Allison University, Trent University, and Brock University. 

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.