“Language, Family, Community, Ceremony”: Decolonizing the Literary Anthology

Taken from Castellano. “Ethics of Aboriginal Research” See below for a full size pdf. Compared to the Social Sciences, which contends more directly with human subjects, the humanities do not have a deep relationship with research ethics–as they are developed... Read more

Colonial Kettle Logic: Settler Colonialism as Wish Fulfillment

Image from Nice Claim Bro As Daniel Justice has pointed out, settlers have opinions. Many of those opinions are ill-informed, hateful, and, grounded in an ill-founded, but nonetheless unwavering certainty about Indigenous identity, rights & responsibilities, authenticity, and treaty. Settlers... Read more

Blue Marrow, White Page: Considering White Space in Indigenous Poetics

Almost halfway through the Coteau edition of Louise Bernice Halfe’s Blue Marrow, right before the narrator delves into her Métis history, the text is interrupted by a blank, white page (what would be page 66). At first, the page reads as... Read more