First person plural : aboriginal storytelling and the ethics of collaborative authorship (Book, 2011) [WorldCat.org]
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First person plural : aboriginal storytelling and the ethics of collaborative authorship

Publisher: Vancouver : UBC Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Focusing on the 1990s, when debates over voice and representation were particularly explosive, McCall investigates a wide range of "told-to" narratives that have shaped the struggle for Aboriginal  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
ISBN: 9780774819794 0774819790
OCLC Number: 741736304
Awards: Short-listed for Gabrielle Roy Prize, Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures 2012 (Canada)
Short-listed for Canada Prize in the Humanities, Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences 2013 (Canada)
Description: ix, 254 Seiten ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: Collaboration and Authorship in Told-to Narratives1 "Where Is the Voice Coming From?": Appropriations and Subversions of the "Native Voice"2 Coming to Voice the North: The Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Inquiry and the Works of Hugh Brody3 "There Is a Time Bomb in Canada": The Legacy of the Oka Crisis4 "My Story Is a Gift": The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples and the Politics of Reconciliation5 "What The Map Cuts Up, the Story Cuts Across": Translating Oral Traditions and Aboriginal Land Title6 "I Can Only Sing This Song to Someone Who Understands It": Community Filmmaking and the Politics of Partial TranslationConclusion: Collaborative Authorship and Literary SovereigntyNotesWorks CitedIndex
Responsibility: Sophie McCall.

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I must begin by saying that this book has had more impact on me than any other scholarly text written by a non-Aboriginal person that I have read in years...A deeply thoughtful, extensively Read more...

 
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