Cultural grammars of nation, diaspora, and indigeneity in Canada [electronic resource] /
Christine Kim, Sophie McCall, and Melina Baum Singer, editors.
imprint
Waterloo, Ont. : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, ©2012.
description
viii, 274 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
ISBN
1554583365, 1554584175, 9781554583362, 9781554584178
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Waterloo, Ont. : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, ©2012.
isbn
1554583365
1554584175
9781554583362
9781554584178
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Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
Introduction / Christine Kim and Sophie McCall -- Diaspora and nation in Métis writing / Sophie McCall -- Canadian Indian literary nationalism? Critical approaches in Canadian indigenous contexts -- A collaborative interlogue / Kristina Fagan [and others] -- Breaking the framework of representational violence: Testimonial publics, memorial arts, and a critique of postcolonial violence (the Pickton Trial) / Julia Emberley -- "Grammars of exchange": The "Oriental Woman" in the global market / Belén Martín-Lucas -- Unhomely moves: A.M. Klein, Jewish diasporic difference, racialization, and coercive whiteness / Melina Baum Singer -- Asian Canadian critical practice as commemoration / Christopher Lee -- Diasporic longings: (Re)figurations of home and homelessness in Richard Wagamese's work / Renate Eigenbrod -- Afro-Caribbean writing in Canada and the politics of migrant labour mobility / Jody Mason -- Racialized diasporas, entangled postmemories, and Kyo Maclear's The letter opener / Christine Kim -- Underwater signposts: Richard Fung's Islands and enabling nostalgia / Lily Cho -- "Phoenicia [not equal to] Lebanon": Transsexual poetics as poetics of the body within and across the nation / Alessandra Capperdoni -- Word warriors: Indigenous political consciousness in prison / Deena Rymhs.
catalogue key
10500043
 
Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-264) and index.

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