Critical Collaborations: Indigeneity, Diaspora, and Ecology in Canadian Literary Studies is the third volume of essays produced as part of the TransCanada conferences project. The essays gathered in Critical Collaborations constitute a call for collaboration and kinship across disciplinary, political, institutional, and community borders. They are tied together through a simultaneous call for resistanceato Eurocentrism, corporatization, rationalism, and the fantasy of total systems of knowledgeaand a call for critical collaborations. These collaborations seek to forge connections without perceived identityalinking concepts and communities without violating the differences that constitute them, seeking epistemic kinships while maintaining a willingness to not-know. In this way, they form a critical conversation between seemingly distinct areas and demonstrate fundamental allegiances between diasporic and indigenous scholarship, transnational and local knowledges, legal and eco-critical methodologies. Links are forged between Indigenous knowledge and ecological and social justice, creative critical reading, and ambidextrous epistemologies, unmaking the nation through translocalism and unsettling histories of colonial complicity through a poetics of relation. Together, these essays reveal how the critical methodologies brought to bear on literary studies can both challenge and exceed disciplinary structures, presenting new forms of strategic transdisciplinarity that expand the possibilities of Canadian literary studies while also emphasizing humility, complicity, and the limits of knowledge.Textual Studies in Canada 5 (1994): 32a45. Leblanc, GAcrald. Je na#39;en connais ... Web. 18 Aug. 2011. http://www.inst .at/trans/15Nr/01_2/lomosits15.htm. Long Lance, ChiefBuffalo Child. LongLance ... Fuse 18.3 (1995): 19a31. Mackey, Frank.
|Author||:||Smaro Kamboureli, Christl Verduyn|
|Publisher||:||Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press - 2014-05-28|