British Journal of Canadian Studies

The BJCS is published twice-yearly by Liverpool University Press on behalf of BACS. Launched over thirty years ago, BJCS is broad-based, multidisciplinary, and international, welcoming contributions from all areas of the arts and humanities and the economic and social sciences.

BJCS is committed to publishing research and scholarship on the analysis of Canadian issues, spanning wide-ranging historical and contemporary concerns and interests, as well as varied aspects of domestic, provincial, national, international and global significance.

BJCS welcomes articles that deal directly or through a comparative frame with Canada’s experiences, place and role in the wider English or French speaking worlds. Its prime objective is to further knowledge, discussion and understanding of Canada’s diverse experiences, peoples, places, perspectives and priorities in past and contemporary contexts. Literature reviews and shorter articles on teaching and learning related topics are also welcome. There is normally one general issue and one themed issue each year although this may vary.

Editor: Professor Maeve Conrick, University College Dublin

Reviews Editor: Vivien Hughes


For further information on the journal and on submission procedures, please consult the BJCS pages on the Liverpool University Press website which can be accessed below.

English (UK)