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BMP Lecture in Canadian Studies. Dr. Christopher Kirkey-Death of a Canadian: The Corrosive Impacts of Authenticity

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

On Thursday, April 17 from 3:30-5pm, join the Canadian Studies Program for the Bridgewater, McGill, Plattsburgh Lecture in Canadian Studies--Death of a Canadian: The Corrosive Impacts of Authenticity, with Dr. Christopher Kirkey, Director of the Center for the Study of Canada at SUNY Plattsburgh.

Based on his more than 37 years of residence in the United States, Dr. Kirkey’s talk will examine the experiences of expatriate scholars and the process of writing from abroad, and how the context of doing scholarly work matters.

Christopher Kirkey is one of the foremost authorities on Canadian politics in the United States. Author or editor of five books and dozens of journal articles and book chapters, he has been interviewed on the subject of Canada-US relations by PBS, NPR, USA Today, CBS, NBC and other media outlets. He is also a faculty alumnus of BSU, having served in our Political Science Department from 1993 to 2004.

The BMP Lecture is lecture series presented annually since 2013 by Canadian Studies Programs at Montreal's McGill University, SUNY-Plattsburgh, and BSU. The event is open to the BSU community and the public. Faculty are encouraged to bring their classes.

BMP Lecture in Canadian Studies. Dr. Christopher Kirkey-Deat