San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Philip Buckner (Professor Emeritus, University of New Brunswick) - During the past few decades there has been a large volume of studies dealing with Anglo-American relations in the first half of the nineteenth century and a much smaller number of studies focusing on American-Canadian relations. Unfortunately these two historiographies rarely speak to each other. In this paper Prof Buckner attempts to summarize the themes that characterize the literature on Anglo-American relations and to show the implications that this literature has for our understanding of American-Canadian relations during the period from the War of 1812 to the Treaty of Washington in 1871.
Refreshments available from 17:30, presentation starts at 18:00. Attendance is free of charge but registration is required
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UCL-Institute of the Americas
co-ordinating teaching and research on the Western Hemisphere. Its
wide coverage of the Americas includes the United States and Latin
America, the Caribbean and Canada, offering an opportunity to acquire
in-depth and multi-disciplinary knowledge of the Americas that is
unique in Europe.