Beverley Diamond

“Re” Thinking: Revitalization, Return, and Reconciliation in Contemporary Indigenous Expressive Culture.

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Michaëlle Jean and Jean-Daniel Lafond

TO THE ARTS, CITIZENS! : Social Mediation through the Arts

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Dr. Kwame Anthony Appiah

Society Matters: why should we value the Humanities?

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James Bartleman

Residential Schools: Have we forgotten our responsibility?

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Weaver, Johnson and Chuenpagdee

How Do We Build Resilient Communities in the Face of Climate Change?

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Gérard Bouchard and Graham Fraser

Pluralist Societies: what's their future?

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David Adams Richards

Threatened Identity: what do we lose when we lose the sense of place?

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Chief Shawn Atleo

First Nations Education: Can we afford to miss out?

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Antonine Maillet

Giving voice: Who speaks for the forgotten?

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Andrew Weaver, climatologist

How can Canadians keep their cool in a warming world?

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Book launch meet-and-greet at the book fair

Milena Stanoeva, Congress 2011 Team

The Fredericton launch of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation’s latest book on reconciliation, Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation through the Lens of Cultural Diversity is being held at the Congress book fair. Join two of the book’s editors, Ashok Mathur and Jonathan Dewar, in the book fair reception area on May 31st at 10:30 am for a meet-and-greet.

Free copies of the book will be available at the reception, as well as at the Arsenal Pulp Press booth until May 31st, and at the UNB booth from June 1st to June 3rd.

Cultivating Canada is a selection of essays exploring the perspectives of various “minoritized” groups in Canada on reconciliation, with a particular concentration on critical artistic practice. If not for the rich collection of viewpoints and subjects featured in Cultivating Canada, check out this book for its beautiful and colourful illustrations printed on magazine-quality glossy paper.

Cultivating Canada follows two other anthologies by the Aboriginal Healing Foundation in a series addressing reconciliation in compliment to the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.


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