Monthly Archives: February 2016


From my supervisor: “Congratulations Danielle Lorenz! A great program of research and an extremely well-defended candidacy exam. Well done!” I did a thing! Advertisements

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We have lost a teacher: Patrick Wolfe has passed away

I had the opportunity to meet Patrick Wolfe in 2013 at the NAISA conference in Saskatoon: he was the chair of my panel. I found him incredibly kind and very generous in his comments about my paper. For someone who had just … Continue reading

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I’m concerned about your academic career if you talk about this publicly

Originally posted on Moontime Warrior:
What truths would be written if academics weren’t afraid of losing their jobs? What truths would be written if you followed through, with practice, the type of sovereignty and decolonization you theorize in journals? All the times I’ve…

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