British Association for Canadian Studies
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 and Birmingham. In 2012 the conference will visit Cambridge again.

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The new-look BJCS

Canada-EU Trade Agreement Conference 18 November 2011

BACS Conference Calls for Papers - deadline extended to 10 January 2012!

Contemporary Developments in Aboriginal Issues 1 February 2012 Call for papers

BACS E-News, November issue /  supplement and E-News Archive

BACS Conference 2012 - Keynote speakers announced

BJCS Books for review - updated December 2011

Last updated on 21 December 2011

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