Jane Koustas will address the shaping of the Canadian nation and identity through the constitutional commitment to bilingualism.

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Peace, Order and (Good) Translation: An Idea and a Commitment that Shaped Canada

Lecture / Free admission / Please register at reservierung@amerikahaus.de

In her presentation, Jane Koustas will address the shaping of the Canadian nation and Canadian identity through the constitutional commitment to bilingualism. Claiming that the presence and translation of the Other is an idea that shaped Canada, she will discuss the importance of translation, particularly that of Quebec literature into English, in the understanding, and conceptualization of nation and nationhood.    


Jane Koustas is a Professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Brock University, St. Catherines, Ontario, where she directs Canadian Studies. She served as the Craig Dobbin Professor of Canadian Studies at University College Dublin, Ireland. She holds a PhD from Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.

Professor Koustas’ research interests include English-Canadian literature in translation, translation theory and practice, translation history in Canada as well as Quebec and Irish theatre. She is book author, co-editor of books on Canadian literary translation and published numerous articles. 



Organizers: Deutsch-Kanadische Gesellschaft e.V., Gesellschaft für Kanada-Studien e.V., Brock University, International Council for Canadian Studies, Amerikahaus - Bavarian Center for Transatlantic Relations



Contact: Dominik Raabe



(Photo: Jane Koustas © Brock University)



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