Ranjana Harish, Director of the Reaney Canadian Centre, visits London, Ontario

May 26, 2012: James Stewart Reaney with Dr. Ranjana Harish at the Reaney family home in London, Ontario

On May 25-28, we were pleased to welcome Dr. Ranjana Harish, the Director of the Reaney Canadian Centre at Gujarat University in Ahmedabad, India. Dr. Harish was happy to see London, Ontario and visit the Reaney family home, and also see the farm where James Reaney grew up near Stratford, Ontario.

May 28, 2012: James Stewart Reaney and Dr. Ranjana Harish visit James Reaney’s childhood home near Stratford, Ontario

Before her visit to London, Dr. Harish attended the International Council for Canadian Studies Biennial Conference in Ottawa on May 22-24, where she presented her paper “Linguistic Crossings in the Chase of a Rainbow: Gujarati Immigrants in Canada.” The theme of the conference this year was Cultural Challenges of Migration in Canada.  We wish Dr. Harish continued success in all her endeavours, and hope she’ll come back to explore Canada soon.

May 28, 2012: Dr. Harish at the Stratford Shakespearean Festival in Stratford, Ontario

3 Replies to “Ranjana Harish, Director of the Reaney Canadian Centre, visits London, Ontario”

  1. Respected Madam

    I am doing research on James Reaney and i would like to visit Reaney Canadian Library. Can you tell me the procedure to visit the library within 10 days.

    Thank You

  2. Madam,

    As directed by you i have contacted Prof. Dr. Ranjana Harish madam and visited Gujarat University Reaney Canadian Centre. It was a fruitful visit for me in the James Reaney Canadian Centre. I take this opportunity to thank Dr.Ranjana Harish madam to maintain this awesome library. It really helped me a lot to get much materials on Mr. James Reaney and I think it is sufficient to complete my research, and I am sure this library is going to be a heaven for those who are going to research on Canadian Literature and especially on Mr. James Reaney

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