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  1. Sarah de Leeuw, Nicole Marie Lindsay, and Margo Greenwood. PART 1 SETTING THE CONTEXT: BEYOND THE SOCIAL. Chapter 1— Structural Determinants of Aboriginal Peoples’ Health. Charlotte Reading. Chapter 2— Knausgaard, Nova Scotia. Liz Howard. Chapter 3— Embodying Self-Determination: Beyond the Gender Binary. Sarah Hunt

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    12 de jan. de 2022 · Sarah de Leeuw is a poet and writer who melds social criticism with literary nonfiction. Her book Where It Hurts, a collection of personal essays, was a finalist for the 2017 Governor General's ...

  3. › Books › LLot | Caitlin Press

    In Lot, award-winning poet Sarah de Leeuw considers the ways in which words and languages form and embolden coloniality and create unequal imaginings of—and power in—place. Description In Lot , award-winning poet and essayist Sarah de Leeuw returns to the landscape of her early girlhood to consider the racial complexities of colonial violence in those spaces.

  4. 1 de mai. de 2009 · All content in this area was uploaded by Sarah de Leeuw on Aug 27, 2016 . Content may be subject to copyright. 'If anything is to be done with the Indian, we must catch him very youn.

  5. As Javier Mignone, with the University of Manitoba, says: "This book offers new lights, questioning our views about social determinants of health among Indigenous peoples in Canada. It is a creative text that I highly recommend.”. Edited by Margo Greenwood, Sarah de Leeuw, Nicole Marie Lindsay, and Charlotte Reading.

  6. Sarah de Leeuw Author of eight literary books (creative non-fiction and poetry) and co-editor of five academic texts (including Determinants of Indigenous Peoples’ Health in Canada: Beyond the Social and Geopoetics in Practice), Dr. Sarah de Leeuw is an interdisciplinary scholar whose work focuses broadly on colonial violence, marginalized peoples, and overlooked geographies.

  7. 16 de fev. de 2022 · Because the present is a time that’s not good enough for far too many. Because it’s time to stop putting off ‘till some imagined future. Because we can all make a little time. Because sometimes all it takes is time. Because we can all make time. And it’s time to make a difference. “Now is always a good time to strive for something ...