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JNBS/RÉNB is an online, multidisciplinary journal that publishes peer-reviewed research about New Brunswick in English and French. The only such journal of its kind in New Brunswick, JNBS/RÉNB is a forum for ideas and debate about the province and its place in wider Canadian and global contexts. Our aim is to publish thoughtful writing that engages a broad readership in ongoing conversations about the province.


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  • 2022-09-26

    The Slow Word Uncurls: A tribute evening to late poet Joe Blades

    Joe Blades brought his passion for poetry with him everywhere, much like the journals that were his constant companion. Joe was a poet, a publisher, an artist, and champion of the literary arts. He passed away April 22nd, 2020, at age 58, leaving behind a wealth of written and artistic contributions that span 40 years of hard work and reflect a tenacious dedication to art making and promotion.
    Please join Joe’s friends, colleagues, and family as we pay tribute to his life and work. A special thanks to UNB Libraries, UNB Arts Centre and City of Fredericton for their generous support of these events.

  • 2022-04-06

    Oigotasig Nasitaneo : Telsotasigeo Marshalleoei , New Brunswick ag Atlantic Canada tapoisgag tje nan giis

    Gegenoatagen Oigatigen New Brunswick Studies/Revue d’’etudes sur le Nouveau-Brunswick
    ( na etl maoitampg otjit oesgotasig gogei otjit province ag tan tet eimotimg oetjoo ag ositgamog tan teloltigo. Notji ginamoatitjig otjit elnoei teplotagen, nemetjogagen/ nipogt tan telotasig, Crown-Indigenous- Settler telamatoltimg , ag nematjoinoei teplotagen na oigomotjig ola tepgisteg oigatigen tan oesgotasig ag angaptasig 1999 Supreme Court of Canada ( SCC) Marshall telsotasigepag tan telatog New Brunswick ag Atlantic Canada tapoisgag tje nan tesipongeg pemiag.

  • 2022-03-14

    Numéro special : Les décisions Marshall, Nouveau-Brunswick et le Canada atlantique 25 ans plus tard

    La Revue d'études sur le Nouveau-Brunswick / Journal of New Brunswick Studies
    ( est un forum d'idées et de débats sur la province et sa place dans les contextes canadiens et mondial. Les chercheurs qui s'intéressent aux droits autochtones, à la gestion des pêches et des ressources naturelles, aux relations entre la Couronne, les autochtones et les colons, ainsi qu’aux politiques publiques, sont invités à soumettre des résumés pour un numéro spécial consacré à l'exploration des décisions Marshall de 1999 de la Cour suprême du Canada (CSC) et de leur impact sur le Nouveau-Brunswick et le reste du Canada atlantique 25 ans plus tard.

Current Issue

Volume 14, No. 1The Acadians and Wəlastəkokewiyik of the Wəlastəq/ Rivière Saint-Jean and other “Shared Spaces”

Published July 12, 2022