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    WELCOME TO ACSUS
    A multi-disciplinary membership based organization committed to
    raising awareness and understanding of Canada and the bilateral relationship
    Conference Registration click HERE
    Download the President’s Letter to Members HERE.
    Download the CFP for the ACSUS 23rd Biennial Conference HERE

WELCOME TO ACSUS

The Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS) is a multi-disciplinary membership based organization committed to raising awareness and understanding of Canada and the bilateral relationship. ACSUS supports research and academic activity through its publications, conferences, and grant programs; promotes the academy through active advocacy and outreach; and positions the community by profiling the scope and diversity of research undertaken by the ACSUS membership in the humanities and social sciences.

 

L'Association des Études canadiennes aux États-Unis (ACSUS) est une association professionnelle interdisciplinaire vouée à l'analyse de la relation bilatérale entre le Canada et les États-Unis et à l'approfondissement de la compréhension du Canada dans le monde. ACSUS soutient la recherche et les activités universitaires par le biais de ses publications, ses colloques et programmes de subvention; rehausse le profil des études canadiennes à travers ses activités et son effort de conscientisation; et met en valeur cette communauté intellectuelle en disséminant l'étendue et la diversité des recherches de ses membres oeuvrant tant dans le domaine des humanités que dans celui des sciences sociales.


ARCS JOURNAL

American Review of Canadian Studies (ARCS) is a refereed, multidisciplinary, quarterly journal.

CONFERENCES

The ACSUS Biennial Conference, established in 1971, is the leading international academic event focusing on Canada and its relationship with the United States, North America, and the world.

MEMBERSHIP

Membership is open to anyone interested in Canadian studies or scholarly activity on Canada.

ACSUS serves its members and the community by
  • Promoting linkages with government agencies and businesses that share an interest in improving Canadian-American relations;

  • Facilitating favorable relations and intellectual exchanges with other Canadian studies organizations;

  • Recognizing excellence in Canadian studies through various awards for service, scholarship, and teaching;

  • Providing fellowships, grants, and subventions for teachers, students, and scholars;

  • Publishing various textbooks and monographs for use in the classroom;

  • Maintaining communication linkages via newsletters and the Internet;

  • Holding a biennial colloquium in even-numbered years in Canada to explore an interdisciplinary topic in an intimate setting;

  • Holding a biennial conference in odd-numbered years, consisting of papers, panels, and speakers, that provides a forum for disseminating information and research on Canada across all disciplines;

  • Publishing a refereed journal, The American Review of Canadian Studies;

  • Supporting teaching, research, and outreach on Canada and Canadian studies;

OUR TEAM

The Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation incorporated in the State of New York. It is governed by a board of directors, known as the Executive Council, comprised of the four officers (President, Vice President, Secretary-Treasurer, and Past President) and eight Councillors. ACSUS elects officers and members of the Executive Council at two-year intervals by mail ballot.


Kenneth Holland
President
Munroe Eagles
Vice-President
Myrna Delson-Karan
Immediate Past President
Andrew Holman
Treasurer
Amy Sotherden
Secretary
Christopher Kirkey
Counsel to the President
Patrick Coleman
Councilor
James McHugh
Councilor
Robert Smith
Councilor
Milena Santoro
Councilor
David Staines
Councilor
Jean-Jacques Thomas
Councilor
Timothy Pasch
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Carolyn James
Councilor

BECOME A MEMBER

 

ACSUS has approximately 500 individual and institutional members from the United States, Canada, and other countries. The majority of members are university and college professors; other individual members are from the fields of law, business, and government. Institutional members include libraries, publishers, government departments, and professional groups. Membership is open to anyone interested in Canadian studies or scholarly activity on Canada upon payment of dues.



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