Land Deep in Time
Canadian Historiographic Ethnofiction
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Erscheint im Oktober 2023
This volume brings together a group of most highly acclaimed Canadian writers and distinguished international experts on Canadian literature to discuss what potential Janice Kulyk Keefer’s concept of “historiographic ethnofiction” has for ethnic writing in Canada. The collection builds upon Kulyk Keefer’s idea but also moves beyond it by discussing such realms of the concept as its ethics and aesthetics, multiple and multilayered sites, generic intersections, and diasporic (con-)texts. Thus, focusing on Canadian historiographic ethnofiction, “Land Deep in Time” is the first study to define and explore a type of writing which maintains a marked presence in Canadian literature but has not yet been recognized as a separately identifiable genre.
- Weronika Suchacka (Hg.)
- Dr Weronika Suchacka is a Canadian specializing in contemporary Ukrainian-Canadian literature. She is an assistant professor at the University of Szczecin, where she co-founded the Szczecin Canadian Studies Group, and teaches Canadian literature at the University of Warsaw within the first MA Canadian studies program in Poland.
- Hartmut Lutz (Hg.)
- Prof em. Dr Hartmut Lutz chaired Canadian and American Studies at the University of Greifswald (1993–2011) and the University of Szczecin (2012/13). His books include William Goldings Prosawerk (1975), “Indianer” und “Native Americans” (1985), Contemporary Challenges (1991), Approaches (2002), The Diary of Abraham Ulrikab (2005), Contemporary Achievements (2015), Indianthusiasm (2020) etc. He won numerous scholarships and honors and was elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 2021.
- Christopher Spehr (Hg.),
- Roland M. Lehmann (Hg.)