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Literary Criticism Canadian

Living and Learning with Feminist Ethics, Literature, and Art

edited by Dominique Hétu, Libe García Zarranz, Amanda Fayant & Marie Carrière

Publisher
The University of Alberta Press
Initial publish date
Nov 2024
Category
Canadian, NON-CLASSIFIABLE, Native American, Gender Studies
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781772127713
    Publish Date
    Nov 2024
    List Price
    $39.99
  • eBook

    ISBN
    9781772127799
    Publish Date
    Jan 2025
    List Price
    $39.99

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This transdisciplinary collection investigates relations of “living and learning with” as compelling forms of encounter, engagement, and care between self and other, human, nonhuman, and more-than-human. Editors and contributors dig deeper, through academic and creative written forms, into the ongoing need to forge sustainable forms of relationality between various feminist positions, attending particularly to Indigenous and Black knowledges, queer and trans artistic interventions, and antiracist methodologies. Rooted in feminist literary and artistic practices, the volume explores ongoing transnational issues of immediate and urgent concern, highlighting the strengths and challenges that can come with seeking alliances. Benefiting scholars in Canadian literature, Indigenous literary studies, Indigenous education studies, Anglophone and Francophone literary and intercultural studies, and gender studies, Living and Learning with Feminist Ethics, Literature, and Art pursues crucial conversations on intersecting oppressions, intersubjectivities, voices, and positionalities. Contributors: Kim Anderson, Alexandre Baril, Sissel M. Bergh, Marie Carrière, Élise Couture-Grondin, Junie Désil, Amanda Fayant, Mylène Yannick Gamache, Libe García Zarranz, Dominique Hétu, Larissa Lai, Amina Lalor, Sheri Longboat, Brittany Luby, Stephanie Oliver, Anne Quéma, Veronika Schuchter, Erin Soros, Erin Wunker

About the authors

Dominique Hétu is Assistant Professor in Francophone Studies and Languages at Brandon University.

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Libe García Zarranz is a research affiliate at the Canadian Literature Centre at the University of Alberta and teaches feminist literary and film theory at the University of Cambridge.

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Amanda Fayant is a Cree/Métis/Saulteaux/French artist and researcher based in Trondheim, Norway.

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Marie Carrière dirige le Centre de littérature canadienne de l’Université de l’Alberta, où elle enseigne aussi en études anglaises, françaises et comparées. En 2012 a paru sa deuxième monographie, Médée protéiforme, aux Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa ; elle a rassemblé, avec Patricia Demers, les textes de Régénérations : écriture des femmes au Canada (University of Alberta Press, 2014).

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