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In her paper for Canadian Literature, Christina Turner reviews three “anticolonial pedagogies” including Indian School Road: Legacies of the Shubenacadie Residential School, which she says strikes “a difficult balance between articulating the culture of corruption and incompetence that characterized the IRS system in general and Shubenacadie in particular, while stressing the culpability of those who neglected and abused its wards for decades.”

Read the review here.

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Chris Benjamin is a freelance writer specializing in environment, social justice, and arts & culture. He’s also a fiction writer. Here you can find examples of his work and information about upcoming readings, signings, talks and other public events.






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  1. Syr Ruus #

    Thank you so much, Chris, for reading and commenting about my book The Story of Gar. A limited edition, self-published, and only sold locally or by the author, it is very gratifying to find that someone has found it, read it, and found it worthwhile.

    February 8, 2016
    • Chris Benjamin #

      You’re welcome! I found it at a little souvenir/art shop near Petite Riviere. It was a pleasure to read.

      February 10, 2016
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