Activity: Membership types › Membership of external research organisation
Association of Canadian Studies in Ireland (executive committee)
The Association for Canadian Studies in Ireland (ACSI) was established in May 1982. Its objectives are to support and encourage the study and understanding of Canada - its culture, history and institutions - and to foster and examine the connections and parallels between Canada and Ireland. ACSI strives to initiate and support courses on Canadian topics in universities and third-level colleges, facilitate the exchange of scholars and scholarship between Canada and Ireland, and encourage research and publication on Canada. ACSI sponsors an international conference every two years. In intervening years the association organizes a colloquium or seminar on a Canadian theme.
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Association for Canadian Studies in Ireland, Ireland