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  Volume 82, Number 2, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Writing the Foreign in Canadian Literature and Humanitarian Narratives

Guest-Editor: Smaro Kamboureli


Writing the Foreign in Canadian Literature and Humanitarian Narratives: Introduction

pp. 87-126

Reflections on Writing The Disappeared

pp. 127-131

‘We are the other, the other is us’

pp. 132-149

Witnessing Cambodia’s Disappeared

pp. 150-167

Travel, Ethics, and Moral Distress in The Prophet’s Camel Bell

pp. 168-184

Troping the Foreign in P.K. Page’s ‘Questions and Images’

pp. 185-197

The First and Last Country: Some Notes on Writing and Living the Foreign

pp. 198-204

‘Implicated by the truth’

pp. 205-224

Canadian Female Gothic on the Foreign Border: Margaret Atwood’s Bodily Harm and Karen Connelly’s Burmese Lessons

pp. 225-241

'History’s Pulse Measured with Another Hand': Precarity Archives and Translocal Citizen Witness in Dionne Brand’s Inventory

pp. 242-260

‘Throw yourself into the deep end’

pp. 261-277

Settler Nationalism and the Foreign: The Representation of the Exogene in Ernest Thompson Seton’s Two Little Savages and Dionne Brand’s What We All Long For

pp. 278-297

Gendered Colonial Complicity and Postcolonial Desire: Daphne Marlatt’s ‘In the Month of Hungry Ghosts’

pp. 298-313

‘Putting the strange in the stranger’

pp. 314-330

Foreign Encounters: The Political and Visual Aesthetics of Humanitarianism in Contemporary Canadian Film Culture

pp. 331-352

Michael Ignatieff, Romeo Dallaire, Stephen Lewis, and the Making(s) of a Canadian Global Conscience

pp. 353-374

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