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The Aboriginal Studies Circle was set up in 1995 as special interest within the British Association for Canadian Studies. Its brief is to further the study of aboriginal-related issues within Canada. It seeks to provide a forum for discussing some of the practical, ethical and intellectual/academic challenges posed by the study of indigenous issues.

Aboriginal Studies Circle and its wider remit

As part of its remit, the Aboriginal Studies Circle holds events in which people from different backgrounds and perspectives may come together to share ideas, practice and understanding Finding ways to overcome the difficulties of addressing aboriginal-related issues outside Canada requires facilitating the exchange of ideas, resources, research and people.

ASC and BACS conferences

Aboriginal issues have become an important element of annual BACS conferences. ASC regularly runs sessions at the BACS annual conference and makes a contribution to overall conference planning and the selection of materials for the publishers’ exhibition.

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