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This dissertation explores breast cancer experiences by predominately contemporary American women that are creative interventions into, and re-visions of, experiences in medical and therapeutic environs as well as culturally produced post-surgical bodies. During diagnoses, surgeries and...
In this dissertation, I demonstrate that the Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) history of residential schooling is fundamentally incomplete for a variety of reasons, many out of the TRC’s control. This incompleteness necessitates further investigation into the...
This dissertation examines the ideological force of the smallholder trope in various discourses, from classical political economy to early Canadian poetry and agribusiness advertising. The project investigates the increasing elision of smallholders from the socio-economic landscape in Canada by...