A Passion for Identity: Canadian Studies for the 21st Century
Beverly Jean Rasporich, David Taras
Nelson Thomson Learning, 2001 - Canada - 488 pages
Passion for Identity provides an excellent collection of readings which are ideally suited for an introductory course in Canadian studies. The pieces are engaging, readable and highly relevant to the complexities of culture, society, and power.
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