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Volume 46, Number 2, Spring 2012

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Finding Common Ground/À la recherche d'un terrain commun

Guest Editors: Linda Hutcheon and Ian J. MacRae


A Unity of Varied Particulars: Land, Language, Politics, and History in Finding Common Ground

pp. 5-25

The Nature of Knowledge: Calibrating Discourses across Cultures and Finding Common Disciplinary Ground

pp. 26-44

Rereading Pauline Johnson

pp. 45-61

What Is to Be Drummed?: Dialectic, Ceremony, and the Grounds of Commonality in Canada

pp. 62-82

Is Galore “Our” Story?

pp. 83-98

Klahowya Tillicum Coming Home to the Stories and Songs of the West Coast

pp. 99-121

Convenient Truths: History, Memory, and Identity in Brantford, Ontario

pp. 122-146

Buried Stories: Archaeology and Aboriginal Peoples of the Grand River, Ontario

pp. 153-177

Talking Turkey: Anxiety, Public Health Stories, and the Responsibilization of Health

pp. 178-195

Climate Change and the Stories We Tell

pp. 196-220

The Truth in Embodied Stories

pp. 221-244

The Social Media Contract: On the Paradoxes of Digital Property in This Digital Land

pp. 245-262

Siqqitiq (Crossing Over): Paradoxes of Conversion in The Journals of Knud Rasmussen

pp. 263-297

Should Gaelic Live?

pp. 298-320


Historians and their Histories

pp. 321-330


pp. 331-333

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