The Editing Modernism in Canada Project (EMiC) facilitates collaboration among researchers and institutions from regions across Canada and from the UK, France, Belgium, and the United States.
For more information see EMiC online: http://editingmodernism.ca
Writing After the Gaze: Rupture of the Historical is a collection in three parts each of which address various issues related to minority languages and literatures.
Table of Contents: “Introduction” Sheena Wilson & Anna Chilewska.
Section 1, Penning the Politics of Gender Identities: “Tahar Ben Jalloun’s Female Images,” Anne Malena; “Belching Fire, Dancing Naked, Spitting Blood: Hayashi Fumiko and the Japanese Poetic Tradition,” Janice Brown; “The innovation of Rape? The Motif of Bodily Integrity...
Joy Kogawa: Essays on Her Works edited by Sheena Wilson
This collection explores Joy Kogawa’s work, both literary and activist. In a significant move forward from Kogawa-criticism, these essays give attention to Kogawa’s work beyond Obasan. This collection includes an interview with Joy Kogawa.
What is CWRC?
The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory / Le Collaboratoire scientifique des écrits du Canada is an online infrastructure project designed to enable unprecedented avenues for studying the words that most move people in and about Canada. For more information see http://www.cwrc.ca
Petrocultures is a new research cluster at the University of Alberta whose aim is to support, produce, and distribute research related to the social and cultural implications of oil and energy on individuals, communities, and societies around the world today. University of Alberta researchers are situated in a prime location to observe, assess and analyze the multiple and complex impacts of the development and management of the oil industry and of energy more generally. The research activities and structures...