The Search for Khanlit

November 11, 2015 by  
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John Harris reads an essay by a Toronto-based Woman-of-Colour looking for a safe way to take some creative writing courses. He has some advice for her.

Why Haydée?

September 11, 2015 by  
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From Margaret Randall’s new book, “Haydee Santamaria, Cuban Revolutionary.”

The Young and the Restless, and Laura Kipnis

July 25, 2015 by  
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“Feminist students protest feminist prof for writing about feminism”: the Laura Kipnis story.

Letter from Berlin: Quo Vadis, Greece?

July 24, 2015 by  
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Questions about Greece that maybe even the Delphic oracle can’t answer.

Medal Madness at the Pan Am Games: a participant’s report

July 23, 2015 by  
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Brian Fawcett files a report on the Pan Am games, currently blotting out perspective and meaning in Toronto

Who is David Thauberger and Why is He Painting Pictures of Prince George?

June 9, 2015 by  
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Brian Fawcett wants everyone in Northern British Columbia to see the exhibition of David Thauberger’s paintings of Prince George. Here’s why.

Defender of the Faith

June 4, 2015 by  
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A few months ago, Conrad Black returned to the Christian faith. John Harris looks it over, and says, “Not so fast”.

Local Investment, Local Knowledge, and the Way Ideas are Imagined

June 3, 2015 by  
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Brian Fawcett goes home to Prince George to award the “John Harris Prize,” and makes a speech about what happened to the profits and prophets of the region.

Fact-Resistant Humans

May 14, 2015 by  
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Andy Borowitz is at it again.

Charlie Hebdo, PEN, Ondaatje

April 29, 2015 by  
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The writers’ organization , PEN, is giving an award to Charlie Hebdo magazine. Six prominent writers are protesting. What’s at stake?

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