Studies in Canadian Literature
Études en littérature canadienne

Volume 46, Number 2, 2021 Indigenous Literary Arts of Truth and Redress Arts littéraires autochtones de vérité et de réparation

Table of contents (13 articles)


  1. Literary Creative Practices as Sites of Redress


  1. Two Poems: Dancing with Creation & A Call for Love
  2. Called to Relationship and Reckoning through Story: Reflections on Reading, Teaching, and Writing about Residential School Literatures
  3. Indigenous Practices and Performances of Mobility as Resistance and Resurgence
  4. “Walking Backwards”: From Truth to Reconciliation
  5. Spin the Tale Inside: Opacity and Respectful Distance in Lee Maracle’s Celia’s Song
  6. Indigenous Refusal and Settler Complicity: Listening Positionality and Critical Reorientations in Helen Knott’s In My Own Moccasins: A Memoir of Resilience
  7. Anishinaabemowin in Indianland, The Marrow Thieves, and Crow Winter as a Key to Cultural and Political Resurgence
  8. Finding Indigenous Place in Colonial Space: Place-Based Redress in Leanne Simpson’s This Accident of Being Lost
  9. « Ce que tu dois savoir, Julie » : épistémologies et réparation dans Shuni (2019) de Naomi Fontaine
  10. “And Whom We Have Become”: Indigenous Women’s Narratives of Redress in Quebec
  11. Igniting Conciliation and Counting Coup as Redress: Red Reasoning in Tailfeathers, Johnson, and Lindberg
  12. “Forget What Disney Tells You”: Redressing Popular Culture in Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers’ A Red Girl’s Reasoning

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