Undergraduate Canadian Studies Program at a Glance
Graduate Anthropology MA Program at a Glance
Graduat Canadian Studies PhD Program at a Glance

Welcome to the School for the Study of Canada - Undergraduate

Graduate Teaching Opportunities for 2015-2016 in Canadian Studies:  Find out More.

Have your say in a discussion about Canada by participating in the Canadian Difference Project:  Find out more & sign up for updates at: http://www.canadiandifference.ca/


May 2015: Trent Hosted International Conference on the Study of Canada

Keynote speakers Maude Barlow, Mary Simon, MiriamToews and Erica Lee already confirmed for Contesting Canada's Future  

Find out more: http://www.trentu.ca/canadaconference2015/

In 2013-14, we celebrated 40 years of Canadian Studies at Trent.  Visit our 40Years page for video recordings of the featured speakers.

Canadian Studies is an interdisciplinary exploration of the concepts and practices of "Canadianness". 

Through a  critical examination of themes such as Sovereignty, Nationalism, Indigeneity, Regionalism, Multiculturalism, Immigration, Labour, and Peacekeeping, as well as by exploring representations of Canada in film, art, and literature, Canadian Studies allows for a greater understanding of the diverse and often contested meanings of the Canadian experience and Canadian citizenship.