Structured Guides

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Reading & Writing Canada: A Classroom Guide to Nationalism

Canadian Literature is proud to present “Reading and Writing Canada: A Classroom Guide to Nationalism,” our first completed TLEF-supported learning resource.”Reading and Writing Canada” is part of the CanLit Guides project, which takes full advantage of Canadian Literature’s online archives to introduce students to academic discourse on Canadian literature. This guide was developed by a team […]

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Producing & Evaluating Canadian Texts

“Producing and Evaluating Canadian Texts” is a guide about the many ways texts are produced and evaluated in Canada. We cover some of the ways in which the study of literature is expanding by looking at the publishing process, literary prizes and awards, literary celebrity, paratexts, mass reading events, cultural nationalism and more. Featuring chapters […]

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Poetic Visuality and Experimentation: A Brief Guide to English-Canadian Poetry

Poetic Visuality and Experimentation: A Brief Guide to English-Canadian Poetry, is part of the CanLit Guides project, which takes advantage of Canadian Literature’s online archives to introduce students to conversations surrounding Canadian literature. A team at Canadian Literature curated and developed this guide to introduce students to the ideas and issues surrounding experimental poetry in Canada, […]

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Indigenous Literatures in Canada

Canadian Literature: A Quarterly of Criticism and Review proudly presents a TLEF-supported learning resource, “Indigenous Literatures in Canada.” As part of the CanLit Guides project, this guide uses Canadian Literature’s online archives to encourage students to consider the complicated relationship between colonialism, literature, history, culture, and language. Indigenous Literatures in Canada includes case studies of The Rez Sisters […]

Gender, Sexuality, and Canadian Literature

Gender, Sexuality, and Canadian Literature

As part of the CanLit Guides project, Canadian Literature: A Quarterly of Criticism and Review, proudly presents “Gender, Sexuality, and Canadian Literature.” This guide uses Canadian Literature’s online archives to encourage students to consider the complicated relationship between gender, sexuality, performativity, and Canadian literary and cultural history. “Gender, Sexuality, and Canadian Literature” introduces students to […]