Membership

Organized Section: 40. Canadian Politics

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The purpose of this section is to promote the interest in Canadian Politics, to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information related to Canadian Politics and to encourage the cumulation of knowledge about Canadian Politics.

Founded: 2009

Yearly membership dues: $8.00 for students and $8.00 for other members.

Website: http://sspa.boisestate.edu/apsa-canadianpolitics/

Public Discussion List:  APSA Connect discussion

Section Officers

Chair

Donley Studlar
University of Strathclyde
donley.studlar@strath.ac.uk

Vice Chair

Kathryn Harrison
University of British Columbia
kathryn.harrison@ubc.ca

Secretary

Ross Burkhart
Boise State University
rburkha@boisestate.edu

Treasurer

Christopher Sands
Johns Hopkins University
csands@jhu.edu

2015 Annual Meeting Program Chair

David Lublin
American University
dlublin@american.edu

Council

Term: 09/2014-08/2016
Amanda Bittner, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Term: 09/2014-08/2015
Eric Belanger, McGill University
Cheryl Collier, University of Windsor
Term: 09/2014-08/2016
Matthew Kerby, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Stuart Soroka, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Term: 09/2013-08/2015
Eric Belanger, McGill University
Cheryl Collier, University of Windsor
Term: 09/2014-08/2015
David Lublin, American University
Term: 09/2013-08/2015
David Lublin, American University

Section Awards

Section awards are presented during the APSA annual meeting awards ceremony. To learn more about any award listed, contact the award committee chair for the award.

All section 40. Canadian Politics awards to-date »

Mildred A. Schwartz Lifetime Achievement Award

The Mildred A. Schwartz Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes scholarship and leadership in bringing the study of Canadian Politics to the international political science community.

Previous recipients »

Deadline for nominations: March 1, 2014

Seymour Martin Lipset Best Book Award

The Seymour Martin Lipset Best Book Award is given to honor a significant contemporary contribution to the scholarship on Canadian politics, or Canada in a comparative perspective, or a comparative analysis of Canada with other countries, particularly the United States.

Previous recipients »

Deadline for nominations: March 1, 2014

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