Acadia Centre for the Study of Ethnocultural Diversity


Cultural Memory Embedded in the Mi’kmaq Legends of Kluskap

Research Updates

In Spring 2015 ACSED members and collaborators submitted a grant application for a major new research project on "Itineraries of African Canadian Memory: Slavery in the Minas Basin."

A lasting outcome of our two international workshops on comparative migration studies is the essay collection Migration, Globalization, and the State (Palgrave 2013), edited by ACSED member Rachel K. Bricker.  [ Contents]

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In Fall 2015, David Tabachnick will join our campus as a McCain Visiting Professor, sponsored by ACSED and the Department of Politics. Dr Tabachnick will meet with students and researchers, host a workshop, and give a series of public talks on his current research project on the topic "Multiculturalism in Canada and the United States after September 11, 2001"

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