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Reflections in a Dancing Eye

The Role of the Artist in Contemporary Canadian Society

edited by Carol Anderson & Joysanne Sidimus

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Featuring 48 prominent Canadians--artists, politicians, scientists, academics and business leaders--Reflections in a Dancing Eye: Investigating the Artist's Role in Canadian Society is a timely look at the role of the artist in Canadian society. Part conversation, part memoir, each unique reply begins from the same set of questions. Contributors include June Callwood, Wayson Choy, Evelyn Hart, Karen Kain, Mark Kingwell, Zacharias Kunuk, Silken Laumann, David Macfarlane, Preston Manning, Svend Robinson, Albert Schultz and Veronica Tennant.

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Carol Anderson is a retired educator with 39 years of teaching experience working with school-aged children in diverse classroom settings. She is trained both as a K–12 educator and as a specialist for children with communicative challenges, in particular children who are Deaf and hard of hearing. Originally from California, Carol completed her undergraduate degree in liberal arts from the University of the Pacific and achieved her Master’s in Communicative Disorders: Education of the Deaf, at California State University, Fresno.
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Carol Anderson is a retired educator with 39 years of teaching experience working with school-aged children in diverse classroom settings. She is trained both as a K–12 educator and as a specialist for children with communicative challenges, in particular children who are Deaf and hard of hearing. Originally from California, Carol completed her undergraduate degree in liberal arts from the University of the Pacific and achieved her Master’s in Communicative Disorders: Education of the Deaf, at California State University, Fresno.
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