Tag Archives: Aboriginal History Month 2012

INTERVIEW WITH PAUL SEESEQUASIS

Paul Seesequasis is a writer and a journalist. He was the founding editor of the award-winning Aboriginal Voicesmagazine, and the recipient of a MacLean-Hunter journalist award. His short stories and feature writings have been published in Canadian and international publications.  Tobacco … Continue reading

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TOBACCO WARS

Tobacco Wars By Paul Seesequasis Reviewed by May Lui Tobacco Wars by Paul Seesequasis is a smart, fun, bawdy, sometimes gross, and thoroughly anti-colonial novella. In the opening scene, readers are greeted with a somewhat shocking image of Bear Woman … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH NISHNAABEG ACADEMIC LEANNE SIMPSON

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson is a writer and scholar of Michi Saagiik Nishnaabeg ancestry and is a member of Alderville First Nation. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Manitoba, is an Adjunct Professor in Indigenous Studies at Trent University … Continue reading

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HONOURING ABORIGINAL HISTORY MONTH 2012: DANCING ON OUR TURTLE’S BACK: STORIES OF NISHNAABEG RE-CREATION, RESURGENCE, AND A NEW EMERGENCE

DANCING ON OUR TURTLE’S BACK: STORIES OF NISHNAABEG RE-CREATION RESURGENCE AND A NEW EMERGENCE By Leanne Simpson Review by Zainab Amadahy Telling a writer “I couldn’t put your book down,” is normally a compliment.  Telling an author that “I had … Continue reading

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