1. “I’m a Dirty Girl”
  2. Linda M. Morra
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  1. The Temporality of Dirt: Queer Materiality in Jarman’s Modern Nature
  2. Jim Ellis
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  1. Valuing the Devalued, or Dirty Apprehension
  2. Travis V. Mason
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  1. Efficient” Creativity and the Residue of the Humanities
  2. Lai-Tze Fan
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  1. Dirty Humanities: Lessons from the “Experiment in Education” at the Madras Orphan Asylum
  2. Sina Rahmani
  3. pp. 25-30
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  1. Slow Violence and Dirty Mourning
  2. Cheryl Lousley
  3. pp. 31-36
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  1. Dirty Protests, Dirty Thoughts
  2. Michael Epp
  3. pp. 37-40
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  1. I Object: Writing Against the Contemporary
  2. Gregory Betts
  3. pp. 41-63
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  1. I Just Love Ethel Wilson: A Reparative Reading of The Innocent Traveller
  2. Misao Dean
  3. pp. 65-81
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  1. This hunger is dna you cannot undo”: Anorexia and Economically Oriented Subjects in Ibi Kaslik’s Skinny
  2. Cara Fabre
  3. pp. 83-107
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  1. “There is another story, there always is …”: Red Dog Red Dog and the Okanagan
  2. George Grinnell
  3. pp. 109-131
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  1. Place and Memory: Rethinking the Literary Map of Canada
  2. Sarah Wylie Krotz
  3. pp. 133-154
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  1. Supplementing the Supplement: Looking at the Function of Afterwords and Acknowledgements in some Canadian Historical Novels
  2. Jessica Langston
  3. pp. 155-172
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  1. Mad Translation in Leonard Cohen’s Beautiful Losers and Douglas Glover’s Elle
  2. Robert David Stacey
  3. pp. 173-197
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  1. Short Story Theories: A Twenty-First-Century Perspective ed. by Viorica Patea (review)
  2. Michael Trussler
  3. pp. 199-206
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  1. Sentimental Readers: The Rise, Fall, and Revival of a Disparaged Rhetoric by Faye Halpern (review)
  2. Amy Coté
  3. pp. 210-213
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  1. The Metaphor of Celebrity: Canadian Poetry and the Public, 1955–1980 by Joel Deshaye (review)
  2. Kit Dobson
  3. pp. 214-216
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  1. Cities in Translation: Intersections of Language and Memory by Sherry Simon (review)
  2. Andre Furlani
  3. pp. 216-220
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  1. Reading Victorian Deafness: Signs and Sounds in Victorian Literature and Culture by Jennifer Esmail (review)
  2. Kylee-Anne Hingston
  3. pp. 220-224
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  1. The Memory Effect: The Remediation of Memory in Literature and Film ed. by Russell J. A. Kilbourn, Eleanor Ty (review)
  2. Hannah McGregor
  3. pp. 224-226
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  1. Making Noise, Making News: Suffrage Print Culture and U.S. Modernism by Mary Chapman (review)
  2. Janice Schroeder
  3. pp. 226-229
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  1. Introduction: The Dirt on Dirt Today
  2. Mark Simpson
  3. pp. 1-4
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