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WWU's Center for Canadian-American Studies highlighted at recent national conference
New funding supports growth of Canadian Studies Program, Foreign Language and Area Studies

Two grants from the U.S. Department of Education International and Foreign Language Education office will allow the Canadian Studies Center at the University of Washington to award eight to 10 fellowships each year to students studying…

Can-Am bringing award-winning Canadian author Catherine Hernandez to campus in March
Screening of 'Returning Home' at the Pickford sponsored by WWU's Center for Canadian-American Studies
Whatcom READS 2022 author Michael Christie to visit WWU March 4 for a writing workshop
Lee Maracle, revolutionary Indigenous author and poet, dead at 71

Poet, author and teacher Lee Maracle has died in Surrey, B.C., at the age of 71.

The award-winning writer and esteemed mentor garnered worldwide attention for her powerful writing and life-long efforts to fight Indigenous oppression in Canada.

Tributes are pouring into Maracle's…

In Memoriam: Lee Maracle
Journalist Brandi Morin presents about missing, murdered Indigenous women Oct. 12
WWU's Center for Canadian-American Studies announces fall speaker slate
WWU to co-host 'Reporting on Ecotopia: Cross-border environmental media in the Salish Sea & Cascadia' panel May 21
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