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Panel discussion: The Idea of Home in Your Writing

Posted in Arts & Culture
Nov 21, 2019

This discussion is presented by the Department of English, the Department of Indigenous Studies and the Department of Drama

A panel discussion with Billy-Ray Belcourt, Louise Halfe and Joshua Whitehead, moderated by Tenille Campbell

Part of the Ânskohk Aboriginal Literature Festival, Nov. 21–23, 2019

Panel discussion
Thursday, Nov. 21

1:30–3:30 pm
Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre, 5 Campus Dr.

Reception: 3:30–4 pm

Info: https://sawci.ca

Presented by the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Writers Circle Inc., the Department of English, the Department of Indigenous Studies and the Department of Drama

 

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