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February 2015

Pacific Northwest Canadian Studies Consortium AGM

Friday February 6, 2015
9am - 4pm
Canadian Consulate, Seattle

Morna McEachern

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March 2015

Beat Nation: Spoken Word, Music, and Civic Participation in Canada

Friday March 6, 2015 to Sunday March 8, 2015

Lake Chelan, Washington

Paulette Thompson, K-12 STUDY CANADA Teacher Associate

Canadian Studies Center

What is the role of protest in a democracy? From banging pots and pans in the streets of Montreal to civil disobedience against the Kinder- Morgan pipeline, Canadians of all stripes are making themselves heard regarding contested issues. In this session we'll explore works by Canadian artists concerning these various struggles and discuss parallels and differences between Canadian and U.S. contexts. 

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June 2015

STUDY CANADA Summer Institute - Across the Salish Sea: Canada-US Connections in the Pacific Northwest

Monday June 22, 2015 to Friday June 26, 2015

Seattle, WA to Victoria, BC

Pacific Northwest National Resource Center on Canada, Canadian Studies Center, UW, and Canadian American Center at Western Washington University

The US today faces unprecedented demand for globally competent citizens and professionals. To this end, U.S. Department of Education Title VI grants support language training programs and area studies, including Canada, so that students learn more about the world and transnational trend. The U.S.D.O.E.-designated Pacific Northwest National Resource Center on Canada offers the STUDY CANADA Summer Institute for K-12 Educators annually to provide American educators with an excellent foundation for teaching about our vital political, economic, environmental and cultural relationships with Canada. For more than 35 years, teachers from every state have learned about core social studies topics related to Canada—such as geography, history, government, and economics—from university faculty and other experts. Important outcomes have always included gaining global perspectives of civic issues, receiving numerous resources for classroom use, and developing curricula that meet Common Core, C3 and state standards.

Registration opens November 1, 2014 and closes May 1, 2015 (or earlier, if maximum of 20 reached). See attached handout for additional details, visit for latest updates,​ or contact for further information. Flyer and registration info 

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Canadian Studies Center
University of Washington
Box 353650
Thomson Hall, Room 503
Seattle, WA 98195-3650
T (206) 221-6374
F (206) 685-0668