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Table of Contents for
Editing as Cultural Practice in Canada, edited by Dean Irvine and Smaro Kamboureli

1. Literary and Editorial Theory and Editing Marian Engel | Christl Verduyn

2. “We think differently. We have a different understanding”: Editing Indigenous Texts as an Indigenous Editor | Kateri Akiwenzie

3. Toward Establishing an–or the–“Archive” of African-Canadian Literature | George Elliott Clarke

4. Project Editing in Canada: Challenges and Compromises | Carole Gerson

5. Editing in Canada: The Case of L.M. Montgomery | Irene Gammel and Benjamin Lefebvre

6. The Material and Cultural Transformation of Scholarly Editing in Canada | Zailig Pollock

7. Editing Without Author(ity): Martha Ostenso, Periodical Studies, and the Digital Turn | Hannah McGregor

8. Editing the Letters of Wilfred and Sheila Watson, 1956-1961: Scholarly Edition as Digital Practice | Paul Hjartarson, Harvey Quamen, and EMiC UA

9. The Politics of Recovery and the Recovery of Politics: Editing Canadian Writing on the Spanish Civil War | Bart Vautour

10. Keeping the Code: Narrative and Nation in Donna Bennett and Russell Brown’s An Anthology of Canadian Literature in English | Robert Lecker

11. Performing Editors: Juggling Pedagogies in the Production of Canadian Literature in English: Texts and Contexts | Laura Moss and Cynthia Sugars

12. Labours of Love and Cutting Remarks: The Affective Economies of Editing | Heather Milne and Kate Eichhorn

13. bpNichol, editor | Frank Davey

14. Air, Water, Land, Light, and Language: Reflections on the Commons and Its Contents | Robert Bringhurst

15. The Ethically Incomplete Editor | Darren Wershler