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The Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative at Princeton (NAISIP) and its fall seminar series — a Collaborative Humanities Project of the Humanities Council, supported by a 2021-22 exploratory grant — are featured on the University homepage among several new programs and initiatives honoring and acknowledging local and international Indigenous communities. Convened by Sarah Rivett (English, American Studies), the […]

The Canadian Studies program promotes courses, and organizes speakers, colloquia, film festivals, and other activities, to bring Canada to life at Princeton, from the humanities to the social sciences and performing arts.

We bring distinguished scholars and artists to campus as visiting professors, who spend a semester teaching and participating in the program. The program offers funding for undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty who are conducting research in or about Canada and administers the annual Challener Senior Thesis Prize. We also support the Canadian Club, a University-recognized student organization that hosts social and cultural events for students, faculty, and alumni.

To be added to the Listserv to receive announcements regarding events within Canadian Studies, please send an email to  Barbara Leavey

Simon Morrison

Simon Morrison, Director

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Sarah Porter

Program Manager, Canadian Studies

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