Treaty 6 Deixis

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Pub Date: 11/01/2018

Pages: 144

Publisher: Talonbooks

Imprint: Talonbooks

ISBN 13: 9781772012125

ISBN 10: 1772012122

Price: $16.95

Category: POETRY / Canadian

Treaty 6 Deixis

By Christine Stewart

Price: $16.95

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About the Book

In Treaty 6 Deixis, Christine Stewart investigates what it means to be in Edmonton, on Treaty Six territory, "in this city, on this land, in this country, on this planet, in a way that acknowledges and honours all my obligations and all my relations, the complex web of connective tissues that keep me here. "Her work considers the ways in which language can be formally and contextually engaged to reconsider and potentially re-articulate the world. How might certain poetic practices undermine racist ideologies and colonialism, engendering ecological attentiveness, anomalous, and compassionate communities?

About the Book

Treaty 6 Deixis considers "what it means to live on Treaty Six territory in a way that acknowledges and honours all my obligations and all my relations."

Author

Christine Stewart works in the English and Film Studies Department at the University of Alberta. She studies poetics, and is a founding member of the Writing Revolution in Place Research Collective. Recent publications: “Propositions from Under Mill Creek Bridge,” in Sustaining the West. Wilfred Laurier, “On Treaty Six from Under Mill Creek Bridge” in Toward. Some. Air. Banff Centre Press, “This—from Treaty Six” in Dusie and The Odes, Nomados Press (shortlisted for the bpNichol Chapbook award 2016).