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Selena Couture muses on the power of framing in her review of the Vancouver productions of plays by Bruce Ruddell and Marie Clements.
This chapter results from my trying to understand the source of a discomfort with cultural tourism and the commodification of indigeneity. In it, I argue that the presence of performing artists at this culturally significant site in Vancouver – metres from the former Coast Salish village of...
Invited PG (stage 2) awarded 2014: We propose to engage Canadians in a discussion of race, place, and the law. Canada continues to bear the legacy of a past in which racism held sway. The importance of race in shaping the very spaces we inhabit is epitomized by the events of World War II,when...