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Out of the Long Dark Hallway: Voices From Winnipeg’s Rooming Houses
The purpose of this study is to critically examine rooming houses from a community-based “people and place” perspective. This approach includes surveys, in-depth interviews and a workshop. The instruments used in the study ...
Becoming an Oxfordian: The Phenomenology of Shifting Research Paradigms in Shakespearean Biography
This essay seeks to gain a phenomenological understanding of the journey from skepticism in the traditional biography of Shakespeare to belief that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford was the poet-playwright, and how this ...
Necessary Mischief: Exploring the Shakespeare Authorship Question (Book Review)
(Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, 2019-09)
Book review of Bonner Miller Cutting's 2018 book, Necessary Mischief: Exploring the Shakespeare Authorship Question.
Imagine Your Library’s Future: Scenario Planning for Libraries and Information Organizations
(Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 2012)
"Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research" Vol. 7 no. 2 (2012): 1-3.
Peguis First Nations TLE Selection. Acquisition and Development Background Report and Strategic Framework
This report sets out a framework on which Peguis First Nation can build their land acquisition strategy. The purpose of the framework will be to provide the conceptual and analytical tools the TLE Advisory Committee needs ...
A Library Matter of Genocide: Native North American Genocides in Library of Congress subject Headings and Classification
The ways in which genocides, war crimes and atrocities are recognized by history can often depend on political considerations and alliances, and are, as a result, reflected in the language used to describe them. So it is ...
“By Nature Fram’d to Wear a Crown”? Decolonizing the Shakespeare Authorship Question
(Brief Chronicles, 2014-01-01)
The paper suggests that the academy's marginalization of Shakespeare authorship scholarship originates in the imperial origins of the broader culture, in particular within the totalizing, essentialist and self-aggrandizing ...
Was Shakespeare a Ramist? (Review of The Rational Shakespeare: Peter Ramus, Edward de Vere, and the Question of Authorship. By Michael Wainwright.)
(The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, 2020-09)
Book review essay discussing Michael Wainwright's book "The Rational Shakespeare: Peter Ramus, Edward de Vere, and the Question of Authorship"
Neighbourhoods Alive!: Community Outcomes Final Report
The following evaluation of the Neighbourhoods Alive! strategy was undertaken in 2005. Neighbourhood outcomes—or present conditions in Neighbourhoods Alive! neighbourhoods as expressed in both quantitative and qualitative ...
Revisiting cold war ideology in the secure city: towards a political economy of urbicide
(Theory & Event, 2007-01-01)
Article considers the ideological foundations of contemporary urban securitization following the 9/11 attacks in terms of similar discourse in the early atomic age.