Borderland Dominique Brégent-Heald, Films American Cinema, Mexico, and Canada during the Progressive Era

The concept of North American borderlands in the cultural imagination fluctuated greatly during the Progressive Era as it was affected by similarly changing concepts of identity and geopolitical issues influenced by the Mexican Revolution and the First World War. Such shifts became especially evident in films set along the Mexican and Canadian borders as filmmakers explored how these changes simultaneously represented and influenced views of society at large. Lire la suite

University of Toronto Quarterly – Volume 84, Issue 4, Fall 201

To Make a Difference: A Memorial Tribute to Chelva Kanaganayakam
This special issue, edited by Prasad Bidaye and Victor Li, is a Gedenkschrift, a memorial issue in honour of the late Chelva Kanaganayakam, a professor in the Department of English at the University of Toronto and an influential scholar and teacher of postcolonial and South Asian literatures, with contributions by his colleagues, students, and friends.

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Christian Deblock, Joël Lebullenger, Stéphane Paquin (eds.), Un nouveau pont sur l’Atlantique L’Accord économique et commercial global entre l’Union européenne et le Canada

L’Accord économique et commercial global (AECG) marque un tournant dans les relations entre le Canada et l’Union européenne. Les négociations ont été longues, parfois difficiles, mais les deux parties en sont finalement parvenues à une entente, officialisée à Ottawa le 26 septembre 2014. Depuis, le processus de ratification suit son cours, et tout indique qu’il sera long et complexe. Lire la suite