Established in 2000, the Canada Research Chairs Program stands at the centre of a national strategy to make Canada one of the world’s top five countries for research and development. Chairholders advance the frontiers of knowledge in their fields, not only through their own work, but also by teaching and supervising students and coordinating the work of other researchers.
The University of Manitoba currently holds 48 Canada Research Chairs. Seven of these Chairs are housed in the Faculty of Arts. Our chairholders are research leaders or rising stars in the social sciences and humanities.
Debbie Kelly, Department of Psychology, NSERC chair in Comparative Cognition
Warren Cariou, Department of English, Film, and Theatre, SSHRC chair in Narrative, Community and Indigenous Cultures
Kiera Ladner, Department of Political Studies, SSHRC chair in indigenous politics and governance
Adele Perry, Department of History, SSHRC chair in Western Canadian social history
For more information, please visit the Canada Research Chairs web site: http://www.chairs.gc.ca/