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Literatures, Communities, and Learning


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Table of Contents

  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction: Writing-in-Relation
  • 'Being able to tell stories from the North' / A Conversation with Richard Van Camp
  • 'It starts from a place of knowledge and truth' /A Conversation with David Alexander Robertson
  • 'I realized that I could write what I see' /A Conversation with Katherena Vermette
  • 'It comes back to relationship' /A Conversation with Warren Cariou
  • 'That's the purpose of story' /A Conversation with Lee Maracle
  • 'I hope my writing can help others' /A Conversation with Sharron Proulx-Turner
  • 'Indigenous literatures matter' / A Conversation with Daniel Heath Justice
  • 'A beautiful bomb' /A Conversation with Tenille Campbell
  • 'To write myself back into visibility' /A Conversation with Marilyn Dumont
  • Conclusion: Listening to Writers
  • Notes
  • Bibliography

About the Author

Aubrey Jean Hanson is a member of the Métis Nation of Alberta and a faculty member at the University of Calgary. Her research spans Indigenous literary studies, curriculum studies, and social justice education. Aubrey has previously published in English Studies in Canada, The Walrus, and Studies in American Indian Literatures.

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