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Violence Against Indigenous Women

Violence against Indigenous women in Canada is an ongoing crisis, with roots deep in the nation’s colonial history. Despite numerous policies and programs developed to address the issue, Indigenous ...

Veneration and Revolt

One of the most widely read German authors in the world, Hermann Hesse (1877-1962) won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1946. After his death, his novels enjoyed a revival of popularity, becoming a staple ...

Vimy Ridge

On the morning of April 9, 1917, troops of the Canadian Corps under General Julian Byng attacked the formidable German defences of Vimy Ridge. Since then, generations of Canadians have shared a deep emotional ...

Values Education

Values—those intangible guideposts—serve as standards and perceptual screens which assist us in selecting our priorities for reflection and action. Our quest is to clarify, compare, and form values ...

Voices and Echoes

“Every time we raise our voices, we hear echoes. ” Jo-Anne Elder, from the Foreword

 

Through short stories, journal entries and poetry, the women in Voices and Echoes explore the changing landscape ...

Vita Laudanda

Ulrich Leupold was associated with Wilfrid Laurier University from 1945-1970. Throughout the twenty-five-year period he taught music history and appreciation, Greek, and religious studies courses in the ...

Working in Women’s Archives

What comes to mind when we hear that a friend or colleague is studying unpublished documents in a celebrated author’s archive? We might assume that they are reading factual documents or, at the very ...

Where I Come From

“Where do you come from?”

When Vijay Agnew first immigrated to Canada people would often ask her “Where do you come from?” She thought it a simple, straightforward question, and would answer in ...

Words of the Huron

Words of the Huron is an investigation into seventeenth-century Huron culture through a kind of linguistic archaeology of a language that died midway through the twentieth century.

John L. Steckley explores ...

Walking a Tightrope

“The most we can hope for is that we are paraphrased correctly. ” In this statement, Lenore Keeshig-Tobias underscores one of the main issues in the representation of Aboriginal peoples by non-Aboriginals. ...