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Devotion

Edited by Jarrett Earnest
Categories: Social Science

Devotion: Today’s Future Becomes Tomorrow’s Archive, edited by Jarrett Earnest, contains essays and interviews, reproductions of notes, diagrams, works of art, and rare ephemera representing an archive ...

Unpacking the Personal Library

Unpacking the Personal Library: The Public and Private Life of Books is an edited collection of essays that ponders the cultural meaning and significance of private book collections in relation to public ...

Through a Changing Landscape

By Philippe Elsworthy
Afterword by Adam Crerar
Categories: Waterloo Region

What makes Waterloo Region unique? What defines a sense of place?

Seventy-five carefully chosen photographs depict the elements that collectively make Waterloo Region's urban landscape different from ...

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: Indigenous Studies

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 ...

Dead Woman Pickney

Dead Woman Pickney chronicles Yvonne Shorter Brown’s life growing up in Jamaica between 1943 and 1965 and teaching in Canada from 1969. Told with stridency and humour, the stories include both personal ...

The Cigar Factory of Isay Rottenberg

In 1932, Isay Rottenberg, a Jewish paper merchant, bought a cigar factory in Germany: Deutsche Zigarren-Werke. When his competitors, supported by Nazi authorities, tried to shut it down, the headstrong ...

Holding Ground

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. ...

DisPlace

By Nduka Otiono
Edited by Peter Midgley
Afterword by Chris Dunton
Categories: Poetry
Series: Laurier Poetry

DisPlace: The Poetry of Nduka Otiono engages actively with a diasporic world: Otiono is equally at home critiquing petroculture in Nigeria and in Canada. His work straddles multiple poetic traditions and ...