About

Founded in 1975, the British Association for Canadian Studies (BACS) is one of the member associations of the International Council for Canadian Studies, of which it was a founder member in 1981. BACS welcomes applications for membership from anyone with an interest in the study of Canada.

BACS aims to function as a forum and meeting point for Canadian Studies in Britain. Its annual conference combines a wide range of topics and distinguished speakers with an informal and friendly atmosphere. In recent years the conference has been held in Oxford, Cambridge, Birmingham and London. The 2015 conference, will again take place at Canada House and the British Library Conference Centre, London.

Contact us:
President
Dr Tony McCulloch
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Past President
Dr Steve Hewitt
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Treasurer
Professor Alan Hallsworth
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Secretary
Professor Keith Syrett
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BJCS Co-Editors
Dr Danielle Fuller
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Dr Ceri Morgan
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BJCS Reviews Editor
Ms Vivien Hughes
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2015 Conference Manager
Dr Luke Flanagan
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BACS Office

c/o Dr Tony McCulloch
UCL Institute of the Americas
51 Gordon Square
London, WC1H 0PN

Telephone: 020-3108-9711
 


 


 

 

British Association for Canadian Studies

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