Canada, the North, and the Globe

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AU's Master of Arts - Integrated Studies (MA-IS) is pleased to announce the opening of a brand new focus area called “Canada, the North, and the Globe,” which examines the north and the near-north as it pertains to indigenous peoples, northern ecologies, and Canada. Canada is, quintessentially, a northern nation, and this focus area has to do with the north as a unique … [Read more...]

Truthful Grit: AU’s Tracey Lindberg makes stunning debut as fiction novelist.

Dr. Tracey Lindberg, professor of law at Athabasca University's Centre for World Indigenous Thought and Research (where she is also a Canada Research chair) Ottawa. She's the recipient of a Governor General Award,  a Harvard law graduate and now, new novelist with her recently debuted book Birdie. [Photo Caption: Stacy Swanson, for Harper Collins]

One of Athabasca University’s own is making waves in the Canadian literary scene. Dr. Tracey Lindberg is a professor of Indigenous Studies in the Centre for World Indigenous Knowledge and Research (where she is also a Canada Research chair), and a professor of law at the University of Ottawa. She's the recipient of a Governor General Award and is a Harvard law graduate. Now … [Read more...]