Faculty, students and staff are invited to attend the fourth presentation in the 2011-2012 Atlantic Canada Studies Seminar Series.
Bonnie Huskins, a history professor at the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University, is the fourth speaker. Her presentation, "Looking at the Loyalists of the American Revolutionary War through a Different Lens: Sociability and Community Formation in Shelburne, Nova Scotia," takes place on Tuesday, Jan. 17, at 7 p.m. in Room 28 of Tilley Hall.
Articles based on original research from all disciplinary backgrounds are welcome. Articles must either focus on New Brunswick, or consider New Brunswick in a comparative framework, with New Brunswick as the main focus of the comparison.
The deadline for the next issue is 16 March 2012. Scholars wishing to propose special issues focused on particular topics or themes should contact the editor at editor [dot] jnbs [at] stu [dot] ca.
Exploring the province’s on-going social and economic balancing act as well as the impact the organized labour movement has had on public policy are the varied and timely subjects of the new issue of the Journal of New Brunswick Studies, a bilingual online journal of multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed research.
Dr. Ian McKay will present the Donald Higgins Memorial Lecture at Saint Mary’s University on Tuesday, December 13 at 7:00 pm, in room 260 of the Sobey Building. All are welcome to attend the lecture and following reception.
The title of the lecture is "Pax Britannica and the White Man’s Burden: Is Canada Re-Embracing the Empire?"