Essays in Canadian-American Relations
The Borderlands Project is meant to promote greater recognition and understanding of the status of the United States and Canada as border neighbours. It is a comprehensive study of transborder attributes undertaken by a multidisciplinary team of social science and humanities scholars from both sides of the border. The fourteen essays in this volume examine history, economics, the environment, literature, politics, and trade, with reference to specific regions and the border at large. They provide a new set of lenses for policymakers, educators, and librarians, and sharpen the images of reality formed by competition and cooperation between two industrial democracies in North America.
Robert Lecker FRSC is a Canadian scholar, author, and Greenshields Professor of English at McGill University, where he specializes in Canadian literature. He received the H. Noel Fieldhouse Award for Distinguished Teaching at McGill University in 1996. Lecker is a leading authority on Canadian literature.