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Reclamation and Resurgence

To describe the writing of Marilyn Dumont is to call her a poet of reclamation and resurgence. Some thirty-five years ago she set about documenting her life as a young Métis woman and telling the story ...

Tours Inside the Snow Globe

The toppling of monuments globally in the last few years has highlighted the potency of monuments as dynamic and affectively loaded participants in society. In the context of Ottawa, Canada’s capital c ...

Land/Relations

Essential reading for those interested in questions of justice and cultural representation, Land/Relations speaks to and moves beyond the critical junctures in the study of Canadian literatures today. ...

Indigenous Media Arts in Canada

Indigenous and settler scholars and media artists discuss and analyze crucial questions of narrative sovereignty, cultural identity, cultural resistance, and decolonizing creative practices.
Humans are ...

E nâtamukw miyeyimuwin

In this quietly powerful and deeply human book, Ruth DyckFehderau and twenty-one James Bay Cree storytellers put a face to Canada’s Indian Residential School cultural genocide.
Through intimate personal ...

Autobiography as Indigenous Intellectual Tradition

Autobiography as Indigenous Intellectual Tradition critiques ways of approaching Indigenous texts that are informed by the Western academic tradition and offers instead a new way of theorizing Indigenous ...

Something Cold and Hard Like Winter

By (artist) Shelley Niro
Contributions by Alicia Elliott
Foreword by Suzanne Luke
Categories: Art

Something Cold and Hard like Winter showcases the movement of time through large scale photographs and video. The works speak to the narratives that surround the earth and the longevity of its existence, ...

Scratching River

By Michelle Porter
Categories: Life Writing
Series: Life Writing

Scratching River braids the voices of mother, brother, sister, ancestor, and river to create a story about environmental, personal, and collective healing.
This memoir revolves around a search for home ...

Holding Ground

Edited by Janine Marchessault & Julie Nagam
Categories: Art

Holding Ground: Nuit Blanche and Other Ruptures investigates international methodologies in curatorial practice from Canada, France, England, Aotearoa New Zealand, the United States, and many more countries. ...

On the Other Side(s) of 150

Edited by Linda M. Morra & Sarah Henzi
Categories: Cultural Studies

On the Other Side(s) of 150 explores the different literary, historical and cultural legacies of Canada’s sesquicentennial celebrations. It asks vital questions about the ways that histories and stories h ...