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Slow Dancing: Creativity and Illness: Duologue and Rengas
Showcasing the fruits of creativity from illness, this duologue and poetry collection addresses the last...
Happy Slaves: A Duologue on Multicultural Deficit
In this duologue, Kosta Gouliamos and William Anselmi bring to a head their radical revisioning...
Films d'Afrique
A history of African film, both its influences and its influence.
Linda Rogers: Essays on Her Works
Linda Rogers is the poet of childhood. She is also a people's poet, a story...
Sheila Watson: Essays on Her Works
Sheila Watson published the iconic novel, The Double Hook, in 1959 and influenced the writing...
Reel Canadians: Interviews from the Canadian Movie World
Angela Baldassarre interviews a number of major film people from Canada: Dan Aykroyd, Louis Belanger,...
Umberto Eco wrote this essay when he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Letters by Laurentian University (Sudbury, Canada). The essay appears here in three languages: English, French, and Italian.

"It is impossible to think about the present or the future of universities without taking into account that universities live in a world dominated by mass media. If so, one must ask if and to what extent these old institutions called Universities are influenced by the various channels of mass... "
Incontro: University and Mass Media
Barry Callaghan: Essays on His Works
Halifax: The Other Door to America
Writing Our Way Home
Sharon Pollock: Essays on Her Works
Breaking the Mould
Drew Hayden Taylor: Essays on His Works
Mystical One: George Harrison
Delft Blue & Objects of the World: Archives I and II
Italo-Canadians: Nationality and Citizenship
Al Purdy: Essays on His Works
Trapped: A Mother's Quest to Reclaim Her Daughters
Aritha van Herk: Essays on Her Works