Please join us Sunday, October 30 at 5:00pm on Zoom for a discussion with with Julie-Françoise Tolliver, associate professor in Canadian Studies at the University of Oklahoma and Resident Associate at the National Humanities Center. We’ll be discussing a draft chapter of her new book project Burning History: The chapter “Fire in a Landscape of Good and Evil” looks at colonization narratives by Francophone and Anglophone Canadian writers and filmmakers Susanna Moodie, Paul Gury, and Louise Archambault. The paper is currently available on the password-protected Papers page of this website. Please contact a co-convener for this month’s password and Zoom meeting link.
We look forward to seeing you!