From Mushkegowuk to New Orleans: A Mixed Blood Highway
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978-1-897126-29-5 | 2008 April | 48 Pages
ABOUT THIS BOOK
In 2007, Joseph Boyden, author of the bestselling novel Three Day Road and 2008 Giller Prize winner for Through Black Spruce, was invited by the Canadian Literature Centre | Centre de littérature canadienne to deliver the inaugural Henry Kreisel Lecture at the University of Alberta. Boyden spoke passionately, relating Aboriginal people in Canada to poor African Americans, Whites, and Hispanics in post-Katrina New Orleans. At the end of his lecture he presented a manifesto to the audience, demanding independence from the shackles of North American governments on behalf of these oppressed cultures. The lecture was received with much acclaim and enthusiasm.
In collaboration with the Canadian Literature Centre, NeWest Press is pleased to present the Henry Kreisel Lecture Series publications, a forum for open, inclusive critical thinking, and a tribute to Henry Kreisel himself.
“If a writer is the sum of his or her experiences, this piece of 'booktalk' proves to be a sojourn of both metaphorical and physical travel, of stories within stories.”
~ Alberta Views
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