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At Home

Talks with Canadian Artists about Place and Practice

In this intimate investigation of the artistic process, Lezli Rubin-Kunda explores the nuanced path of creative work and the way artists make sense of home and place within their art practice and … 232 View
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Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada

A Mechanism of Decolonization

Despite a recent increase in the productivity and popularity of Indigenous playwrights in Canada, most critical and academic attention has been devoted to the work of male dramatists, leaving … 192 View
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Qummut Qukiria!

Art, Culture, and Sovereignty Across Inuit Nunaat and Sápmi: Mobilizing the Circumpolar North

Qummut Qukiria! celebrates art and culture within and beyond traditional Inuit and Sámi homelands in the Circumpolar Arctic — from the continuance of longstanding practices such as … ; ; 448 View
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Glossary

From: Qummut Qukiria!

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A glossary of words and language used throughout the text. ; ; 18 $1.80 Add
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Setting Out

From: At Home

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Introduction

From: Qummut Qukiria!

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An introduction from the collections three editors. ; ; 10 $1.00 Add
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Locating and Re-locating

From: At Home

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Chapter 1 focuses on author and artist Lezli Rubin-Kunda, who speaks on her own experiences with belonging, her art, and her sense of home as both a Canadian and Israeli. 13 $1.30 Add
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Reclaiming Our Grandmothers in Monique Mojica’s Princess Pocahontas and the Blue Spots and Birdwoman and the Suffragettes: a Story of Sacajawea

From: Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada

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The second chapter of Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada examines the following works: Princess Pocahontas and the Blue Spots by Monique Mojica, and Birdwoman and the Suffragettes: the … 40 $4.00 Add
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Sight and Site on the Line

The Cultural Imaginary of Borderlands in North America

From: Borders, Culture, and Globalization

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This chapter considers contemporary art and media projects located in North American border regions in the last decade and their role as critical practices and forms of translocal resistance … 22 $2.20 Add
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Taking the Image

Part I

From: The Imaginary Indian

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The author opens part I of the book with a critique of one of the most famous Canadian themed paintings—The Death of Wolfe by Benjamin West and calls it a lie. 25 $2.50 Add
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Taking the Image

Part I

From: The Imaginary Indian, 1st Edition

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The author opens part I of the book with a critique of one of the most famous Canadian themed paintings—The Death of Wolfe by Benjamin West and calls it a lie. The author opens part I of … 25 $0.50 Add
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Community and Resistance in Marie Clements’ The Unnatural and Accidental Women and Now Look What You Made Me Do

From: Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada

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The third chapter of Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada looks at the works of Marie Clements, including The Unnatural and Accidental Woman, and Now Look What You Made Me Do. The chapter … 36 $3.60 Add
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Language Medicine

Land and Language: Section 1

From: Qummut Qukiria!

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This chapter explores the author’s relationship to his native Sámi language. Topics discussed include colonial language, family language (language spoken at home), self identification, … 4 $0.40 Add
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No Place Like Home

From: At Home

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Chapter 2 features interviews with Simon Frank, Nicole Fournier, and Susan Feindel. The chapter focuses on artists who live in and create art out of their childhood surroundings. 21 $2.10 Add
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The Vanishing Canadian

From: The Imaginary Indian

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This chapter calls out the 18th and 19th artists like Paul Kane, Edward Curtis, and others for taking the Indian image and manipulating and displaying in any way they wanted. The image-makers … 50 $5.00 Add
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The Vanishing Canadian

From: The Imaginary Indian, 1st Edition

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This chapter calls out the 18th and 19th artists like Paul Kane, Edward Curtis, and others for taking the Indian image and manipulating and displaying in any way they wanted. The image-makers … 50 $2.50 Add