2021 marked the 50th anniversary of the American Review of Canadian Studies
The American Review of Canadian Studies (ARCS) is a refereed, multidisciplinary, quarterly journal. Published since 1971 by the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS), American Review of Canadian Studies examines Canada and the Canadian point of view from an American perspective. Its articles - both interdisciplinary and disciplinary - explore Canada’s arts, cultures, economics, politics, history, society and environment, recognizing Canada’s distinctive position in the world. Most issues also contain reviews of recently published books across that same broad spectrum of topics - reviews that acquaint readers with current scholarship in the field.
This page is an authenticated portal enabling full access to the Taylor and Francis journal ARCS: The American Review of Canadian Studies. Only ACSUS members in good standing may access this portal. First join, or renew your membership to ACSUS. If you are already a member, please sign in to your account. Once your account has been approved and you sign in, this page will reveal the authenticated ARCS journal with full unrestricted access, and download links to the entire catalogue of current and back-issues.
Call for Submissions: ARCS Special Issue on Canada-U.S. Relations
The editors of the American Review of Canadian Studies invite submissions for the journal’s biennial Thomas O. Enders Special Issue on Canada-U.S. Relations, which they plan to publish in late 2023. Full-length article submissions from all disciplines and from interdisciplinary perspectives are welcome, but they should, in some way, focus on the issue’s main theme: the past, present, or future of Canada-U.S. Relations.
Deadline for submissions for the 2023 Enders Special Issue of ARCS is January 15, 2023.
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