My usual readers are familiar with the very unique perception of the American society by the remarquable Political Science professor Renford Reese. This concise and matter-of-fact paper is a very powerful piece on a mono colored struggle. Renford’s linguistic and semantic analysis of words (and articles) used as well as his politico-historical knowledge make it particularly timely and precious reading for cosmopolitan readers!
Daphné Romy-Masliah, Scottish baroness of Barnis-Forbes, is French born, Swiss resident and English teacher, Ph.D. from the Department of Anglo-American Language and Literature of the Sorbonne, invited Professor at the University of Sidi Bel Abbes, Alger and a citizen of the world with infinitely spreading Mediterranean roots.
Le 3 Septembre 2017, journée des Diasporas juives, j’ai participé à deux événements concordant parfaitement avec ma lecture et mes activités du moment. Ces coïncidences se sont télescopées avec ma […]
Finding the Peace Path: “Our people are over symbolism” (Peter Buckskin) WIPCE PART 4 (research notes 3)
On this page you will find my notes on: 1) Tauli Corpuz, Victoria , et al. (2017), ‘International Perspectives on Reconciliation Panel Session’, paper given at WIPCE 2017, Toronto, 28 July […]
John Oliver may have jokingly referred to Canada as the baby England and America abandoned in the snow, it remains one of the most diverse, beautiful and awesome places on this planet and wait…the good news is that its people are just as diverse, beautiful and awesome! En français dans le texte!
If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu (Chief Owen Lyons) WIPCE 2017 Part 3 (Research Notes 2)
These are my notes from Thursday 27 July 2017 1) WIPCE Morning session on Peaceheeping 2) Halonen, Lars-Joar and Ingebringten, Ludvik (2017), ‘Challenges of language revitalization in an institutional context’, […]
These are my notes regarding Several sessions which took place on Wednesday July 26th, 2017 at WIPCE: 1) Ignite session 78 on Indigenous languages in the City (with detailed notes, […]
Today was supposed to be WIPCE Community Tour Day…except that I got the time wrong and that my new Cree Friend Darryl who made it even 15 mn before schedule […]
The World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education is a remarkable opportunity for Indigenous people worldwide to share their experience and practice. However this time, I perceive a clearer political agenda encompassing language and earth survival…
15’000 ans, les ancêtres des 1st Nations, 1000 ans les Islandais ou Vikings, 900 ans les basques, 500 ans les français, 250 ans Captain Cook, 150 ans la Confédération, 2017, une Tune débarque!
The WIPCE conference next week made it possible for me to gradually reconnect with a city where I spent a year in the mid eighties. This is step one, a short one on my way to Newfoundland and Viking routes.