ACANS AWARD for BEST RESEARCH PAPER
(Undergraduate)

ACANS recognizes every year the research done by an undergraduate student in the field of Arab Canadian Studies.
The award consists of a gift certificate of $150 and an Honoray Certificate presented by the members of the jury.

Jury Members:
Prof. Martine Lagacé (Communications)
Prof. Ryme Seferdjeli (History)
Prof. May Telmissany (Modern Languages and Literatures / ACANS Director)

 

ACANS AWARD 2018

Recipient: Laura Marie Pilon (4th year student, Honours BA in Social Sciences)
Title of the paper:  “The Role of NGOs in Shaping Internal and External Arab Identity”
Jury’s Comments: The Jury considered the paper to be clear, well written, and well structured. The jury particularly appreciated the precision of the argument, the excellent analysis of Arab-Canadian organizations and the use of relevant sources of reference to support the argument.
To read, click on  Paper by Laura Marie Pilon

 

ACANS AWARD 2017

Recipient: Peter Sansom (2nd year student, Honours BA in International Studies and Modern Languages)
Title of the paper:  “Divisions in the Arab Diaspora: Dispelling the Myth of Pan-Canadian-Arabism”
Jury’s Comments: The Jury considered the paper to be clear, well written, and well structured. The jury particularly appreciated the precision of the argument, the excellent analysis of the Palestinian issue within Arab-Canadian organizations and the use of many sources of reference to support the argument.
To read, click on Paper by Peter Sansom