Seminar: Canadian Constitution-making in the British World, 1864
- Government & Politics
- UCL-Institute of the Americas, Seminar Room 105, 51 Gordon Square, WC1H 0PN London
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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