First Person Plural: Aboriginal Storytelling and the Ethics of Collaborative Authorship (Paperback)Sophie McCall (author)
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Publisher: University of British Columbia Press
Number of pages: 268
Weight: 440 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 20 mm
I must begin by saying that this book has had more impact on me than any other scholarly text written by a non-Aboriginal person that I have read in years...A deeply thoughtful, extensively researched text, First Person Plural brings new ways of thinking about collaborations between Aboriginal storytellers and their non-Aboriginal associates...Whenever I open the book, I find myself totally engaged, often entranced, with a point the author is making. Sometimes I want to argue with her and then, as I keep reading, I see how she has nuanced each claim she makes, twisting herself to see from varied perspectives while constantly seeking an ethical stance.-- Celia Haig-Brown, York University * Journal of the Canadian Association for the Curriculum Studies V10, N2 *
First Person Plural is a wide ranging, nuanced and perceptive book, one that researchers and writers will find extremely helpful in thinking through issues of collaboration. I recommend it very highly. -- Elizabeth Yeoman, Memorial University * Canadian Journal of Native Studies, XXXI, 2 *
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