restricted access   Volume 35, Issue 4, December 2009

Table of Contents

Readers' Forum: Pro/Con/Fessionals: (Re)defining Ourselves and the Profession

Readers’ Forum Introduction Pro/Con/fessionals: (Re)defining Ourselves and the Profession

pp. 1-2
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Defining Professionalism: Newman Then and Now

pp. 3-6
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Infinite Hope—and for Us; or, Come on in, the Real World is Fine

pp. 7-10
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Hopelessly Witty or Witless Hope: Notes from LTA Land

pp. 11-14
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Labour as Gift: Gift Economies in the Neoliberal University

pp. 15-18
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The Last Assistant Professor: Professionalization and the Non-academic Job Market

pp. 19-22
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Career Opportunities

pp. 23-26
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Disciplinary Literacy

pp. 27-30
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Articles

The Parable of a Village in Decline: Duncan Campbell Scott’s In the Village of Viger and the Politics of Community

pp. 31-51
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Memory Against History: Figuring the Past in Cloud of Bone

pp. 53-69
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Remounting, Remembering: Gendered Memorials and Colleen Wagner’s The Monument

pp. 71-93
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“Not Quite Ethiopian, But Not At All English”: Ethnography, Hybridity, and Diaspora in Camilla Gibb’s Sweetness in the Belly

pp. 95-115
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Book Reviews

Romantic Ecologies and Colonial Cultures in the British-Atlantic World, 1770–1850 (review)

pp. 117-121
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Beckett’s Dedalus: Dialogical Engagements with Joyce in Beckett’s Fiction (review)

pp. 121-125
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West of Eden: Essays on Canadian Prairie Literature (review)

pp. 125-128
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The Authenticity Hoax: How We Get Lost Finding Ourselves (review)

pp. 128-132
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Unsettled Remains: Canadian Literature and the Postcolonial Gothic (review)

pp. 132-135
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The Professional Literary Agent in Britain, 1880–1920 (review)

pp. 135-138
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North of Empire: Essays on the Cultural Technologies of Space (review)

pp. 138-141
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Comrades and Critics: Women, Literature, and the Left in 1930s Canada (review)

pp. 141-144
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