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Troubling Tricksters: Revisioning Critical Conversations Paperback – Feb 10 2010
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Deanna Reder, a Cree-Métis scholar, holds a joint appointment as an assistant professor in Simon Fraser University’s First Nations Studies Program and the Department of English. Her main fields of study are Indigenous literary theories and autobiography theory, with a particular focus on Cree and Métis life writing. She recently published on Edward Ahenakew in Studies in Canadian Literature.
Linda M. Morra, an associate professor at Bishop’s University, specializes in Canadian literature and Canadian studies. Her research focuses on women and the publishing industry in Canada.
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