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Her talk will be on Thursday, August 14th. Details here
We’ll also have a booth set up at Table C!
Turner has studied Indigenous peoples’ knowledge of plants and environments in northwestern North … Read More >
John Dunning (1927-2011):
“The unacknowledged godfather of an entire generation of Canadian filmmakers.”
The summer issue of The Blake Quarterly is out today!
Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly is an online scholarly journal that publishes articles and book reviews devoted to William Blake’s life and artistic career.
Here’s a brief excerpt from Richard Canning’s review in this week’s TLS issue:
“Marechal’s remarkable achievement in this novel – for many native readers today, the country’s foundational work of modern fiction – is to … Read More >
In this excerpt from First Among Unequals, edited by Alex Marland and Matthew Kerby, Marland provides an extensive and fascinating overview of the branding strategies during provincial election campaigns in Canada.
An emerging area of practice and study looks at political parties as “brands”. Branding is concerned with the overall psychological impression conveyed through … Read More >
MQUP and Fantasia International Film Festival are pleased to present:
An evening honouring the late John Dunning and the publication of his memoir, You’re Not Dead until You’re Forgotten.
Today we are delighted to have as our guest bloggers Marilyn Porter and Linda Cullum, editors of Creating This Place, writing about the early beginnings of the Suffrage movement in Newfoundland and the importance of staying connected on the island.
Islands are special, and living on them presents special challenges. Newfoundland, lying in that part of … Read More >
Nancy Turner has studied Indigenous peoples’ knowledge of plants and environments in northwestern North America for over forty years. In Ancient Pathways, Ancestral Knowledge, she integrates her research into a two-volume ethnobotanical tour-de-force. The following is an excerpt. More images are available on our Tumblr.
These two volumes began literally decades … Read More >
ANNOUNCEMENT! MQUP is looking for a new Systems Administrator to join our team here in Montreal.
This job is a fantastic opportunity for techie book lovers with an interest in publishing, database management, and reporting. If you’re an SQL and Excel wizard who enjoys troubleshooting, this is the job for you.
The full job posting is … Read More >
Here’s the weekly round-up from MQUP.