Canadian Studies News and Notes
- Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue d'études canadiennes
- University of Toronto Press
- Volume 22, Number 3, Fall 1987
- p. 162
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19. Women's Studies Cohen, Marjorie Griffin. Free Trade and the Future ofWomen's Work: Manufacturing and Service Industries. Toronto: Garamond, 1987. IOOp. Paper $7.95. Canadian Studies News and Notes 1. The Canadian Philosophy of Education Society announces the first issue of its new journal, Paideusis, which will appear in October 1987. Paideusis will be published twice annually. Subscription inquiries to: Professor Don Cochrane, Managing Editor, Paideusis, College of Education , University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Sask., S7N OWO. Editorial inquiries to: Dr. Paul O'Leary, Editor, Paideusis, Faculty of Education, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, N6G 1G7. 2. The Canadian Conference of the Arts/Conference canadienne des arts has published its 1987 Di.rectory ofthe Arls. Described as "a key to the labyrinth of Canada's arts and cultural organizations, funding bodies, government agencies, departments and committees," the Directory is available from: The Canadian Conference of the Arts, 126 York Street, Suite 400, Ottawa, Ontario, KlN 5T5 (613-238-3561). 162 Kinnear, Mary, ed. First Days, Fighting Days: Women in Manitoba History. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1987. 177p. Paper $15 .00. 3. R. Murray Schafer is the first laureate of the Glenn Gould Prize. The award, worth $50,000, is to be presented every three years to recognize exceptional contribution to music and its communication. While teaching at Trent University in Peterborough , Ontario this summer, Murray Schafer staged a scaled-down version of his musical-cultural extravaganza "The Greatest Show on Earth." A fuller version of the event is to be staged in Peterborough in the summer of 1988. 4. Trent University will stage an event to honour Margaret Laurence and her many significant contributions to the University. Scheduled for March 10-12, 1988, the weekend will include the first Margaret Laurence Lecture, to be given by Adele Wiseman, and readings by a number of prominent Canadian writers, including Timothy Fihdley, W.O. Mitchell, and Robert Kroetsch. For more information contact John Wadland, Canadian Studies Program, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, K9J 7B8. Revue detudes canadiennes Vol. 22, No. 3 (Automne 1987 Fall) ...