Fulbright Canada Research Chairs are pre-arranged affiliations to host exceptional scholars who conduct research important to that university. Partner universities are excited to welcome Fulbright Canada Research Chairs into campus life and encourage them to engage with students and faculty, and the broader community. You can conduct your own research, work collaboratively with new colleagues, guest lecture at university courses, mentor students, lecture in public venues, network, and promote your research while representing the Fulbright program, and your home and host institutions. For specific information about this opportunity, visit the Fulbright Canada webpage for Research Chairs in North American Studies.
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Transnational Studies, Brock University
Specializations: Writing across borders; transnational cultures; languages, citizenship, and migration, including approaches to Indigenous populations and cultures; histories of the cross-border region; border studies; Canadian-American relations; and the image of Canada abroad.
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Canada-U.S. Relations, Carleton University
Specializations: Canada-US economic relations, Canada-US security cooperation, Conflict studies, Foreign policy, Security and defence Studies, Terrorism and international security.
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in North American Politics, Carleton University
Specializations: North American politics with a focus on any of the political, security, military, economic, social or cultural dimensions of Canada-U.S. relations.
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Comparative Canada-U.S. Studies, Trent University
Specializations: Comparative Canada-US expertise in any area. This may include social and health policy, environmental policy or analysis, urban planning, diversity and race, political and economic history, law, social history, culture, language and literature, indigenous studies and security studies.
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Anti-Racism and BIPOC Communities, University of Waterloo
Specializations: Anti-Black racism, exploitation of Indigenous peoples, racial disparities for people of color, race equity, and addressing systemic structural and institutional barriers.