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International Women’s Day 2021
A few reading recommendations for #IWD21 Keep reading »
CANADA IS ... WHAT?! A crowd-sourced and tactile inquiry into our collective notions of “Canada”
Requesting your help with an upcoming presentation at the 2021 Vienna Lectures in Canadian Studies Keep reading »
Brittany Luby at 2021 Melville-Nelles-Hoffmann Lecture
The author of Dammed will be featured at the annual speaking event hosted by the Department of History at York University Keep reading »
Three UMP Books Reviewed in the Canadian Journal Of Native Studies!
In Good Relation, Nitinikiau Innusi, and Inuit Stories of Being and Rebirth reviewed in Brandon University journal Keep reading »
Three UMP Books at UM Native Studies Colloquium!
Spring 2021 books featured at the 2021 Winter Colloquium, Department of Native Studies, University of Manitoba! Keep reading »
Marsha Knight, Narrator of A Two-Spirit Journey
Audiobook update—meet the narrator continues! Keep reading »
Tiffany Ayalik, Narrator of Sanaaq Audiobook
We have some exciting audiobook production in the works—meet the narrator! Keep reading »
Black History Month Giveaway!
Sign up for our newsletter for your chance to win Keep reading »
Montreal Community Centre Named After Sanaaq
A cultural and community centre in Montreal will be named the Sanaaq centre after the title and heroine in Mitiarjuk Nappaaluk’s novel. Keep reading »
A Diminished Roar Honoured in Manitoba Day Awards!
Jim Blanchard receives an honourable mention for his work. Keep reading »