Joint Book Launch with Jody Mason & Peter Thompson

March 5, 2020 at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Location:Haven Books and Café
43 Seneca Street, Ottawa

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Joint Book Launch

Peter Thompson, Nights Below Foord Street:
Literature and Popular Culture in Post-Industrial
Nova Scotia (McGill Queen’s UP, 2020)

Nights Below Foord Street offers a lively
account of how Nova Scotian literature and
culture depict a messy and unfinished process
of deindustrialization. Peter Thompson is an
Associate Professor in the School of Canadian
and Indigenous Studies at Carleton University

Jody Mason, Home Feelings: Liberal Citizenship
and the Canadian Reading Camp Movement
(McGill Queen’s UP, 2019)

Home Feelings, a critical history of the reading
camp movement, argues that literature, literacy,
and citizenship took on new and contested
meanings in early twentieth-century Canada
as they came together in the context of the
nation’s frontier labour camps. Jody Mason is an
Associate Professor in the Department of English
at Carleton University.

Thursday, March 5th 7-9pm
Haven Books and Café 43 Seneca Street, Ottawa

Snacks, Music, and Great Books by Carleton Authors!

Sponsored by the Dept. of English and the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies