Port Acadie Revue interdisciplinaire en études acadiennes An Interdisciplinary Review in Acadian Studies

Managing editor(s): Clint Bruce (Codirecteur), Susan Knutson (Codirectrice)



Founded in 2001, the journal Port Acadie provides an academic forum for research devoted to Acadian Studies. Its primary objective is to stimulate broad areas of thought in the field through the publication of work by researchers from a wide variety of disciplines. The journal is moderated and encourages contributions from researchers both nationally and internationally. 


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