The Canadian hub is currently hosted by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and the Center for International Studies and Research (CERIUM) of the Université de Montréal (UdeM). The launch officially took place on October 8 & 9 in 2015, during the first international conference organized by the hub ("Canada-Quebec-Caribbean: Trans-American connexions").
Coordinator: Astrid Novat, PhD student from the Université de Bourgogne (ED 592)
Her PhD dissertation: “Identity creation and construction in Claude Gauvreau's theater” Under the supervision of Guillaume Bridet (Université de Bourgogne) y de Jean-Marc Larrue (Université de Montréal).
The Canadian hub of the Institut des Amériques focuses its action on the enhancement of scientific and technical research related to the following topics: impacts of globalization on law, circulation of legal solutions, the human’s rights, jurisdictional work, internationalization of law, legal identities and cultures, comparative law, etc. Those themes are not exclusive but they outline the framework in which the Canadian hub seeks to bring its main contribution until August 2020.
IdA’s referent in France: Béatrice Collignon, member of the IdA Scientific Board, professor of Geography, Université de Bordeaux Montaigne
Local referents :
- Frédéric Bouchard, dean of the Arts and Sciences Faculty of the Université de Montréal
- Gérard Boismenu, professor of political science at the Université de Montréal