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A.S. Byatt : tradition and the female talent
A. S. Byatt commented in an interview with Juliet Dusinberre in 1983 that literature was her means of escape from "the limits of being female" (186). For other artists who are also women, art is seen as a way of escaping ...
Caring : perceptions of students and a community college diploma nursing program
While caring has been a recent focus of nursing and curricula for nursing education, little research exists on student and faculty perspectives of caring. There is a particular lack of research on caring within diploma ...
University that wasn't : the University of Canada North, 1970-1985
The creation of The University of Canada North, by federal letters patent in 1971, marks the beginning of a revealing episode in northern Canadian history that spans almost fifteen years. The brain-child of Toronto lawyer ...
"Let us all be optimistic from now on" : Oscar Styffe Limited 1927-1945, the middleman of Northwestern Ontario and the pulp and paper trade
In the 1930's and 1940's, one way for pulp and paper firms to acquire supplies of pulpwood from the forests of Northwestern Ontario was through pulpwood dealers or middlemen. An analysis of one of these timber dealers, ...