Church Point (NS), 11 January 2021 – The most recent issue of the scholarly journal Québec Studies features a thematic dossier on the Francophonie in Louisiana, coordinated by Dr. Clint Bruce, Canada Research Chair in Acadian and Transnational Studies (CRÉAcT), and two of his colleagues, Dr. Nathan Rabalais, from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and Dr. Robin Anita White, from Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana. The dossier brings together five groundbreaking studies under the indicative title, “Francophone Louisiana's Cultural Flows” (issue 70, fall/winter 2020).
Church Point, NS, February 27, 2017 - The Canada Research Chair in Acadian and Transnational Studies (CRÉAcT) at Université Sainte-Anne, Clint Bruce, invites you to the second workshop of the CRÉAcT's series of Master Classes for 2016-2017, presented by Michel Bouchard, Chair of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Northern British Columbia. Dr. Bouchard recently co-authored the book Songs upon the Rivers: The Buried History of the French-Speaking Canadiens and Métis from the Great Lakes and the Mississippi across to the Pacific (Baraka Book, 2016).
Church Point, NS, October 4, 2016 – The Canada Research Chair in Acadian and Transnational studies at Université Sainte-Anne invites you to CRÉAcT’s first workshop series of 2016-2017, delivered by Barry Jean Ancelet.
The format of these workshops aims to encourage interaction between the guest researcher and the public. « It’s a class more than a conference – and everyone is invited », explains Professor Clint Bruce, Canada Research Chair in Acadian and Transnational studies. « Knowing the captivating approach of Barry Ancelet, as well as his long-time connection to Acadie and Nova Scotia, he was a logical choice to launch this event. »