ENGL 308 explores the oral and written tradition in Native Canadian literature, from the early Inuit and Indian stories and myths to the drama of Tomson Highway. It examines Native history and values as presented in contemporary Native poetry and prose and through the words of Native storytellers such as Thomas King, David Moses, and Ruby Slipperjack.
|Jeannette Armstrong -Biography|
|Jeannette Armstrong - Native American Authors Project|
|Tomson Highway - Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia|
|Tomson Highway - My Canada|
|Thomas King - Northwest Passages Canadian Literature Online Author Profiles|
|M. Scott Momoday - Academy of Achievement|
|M. Scott Momoday - Native American Authors Project|
|Daniel David Moses - Native American Authors Project|
|Daniel David Moses - Biography|
|Daniel David Moses - Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia|
|Eden Robinson - New Faces of Fiction|
|Drew Hayden Taylor - Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia|
This 43-page teacher's resource guide to Canadian Aboriginal Literatures was produced by Renate Eigenbrod, Georgina Kakegamic and Josias Fiddler. It presents information on Mi’kmaq, Mohawk (Six Nations), Anishnabe (Ojibway), Cree, Métis and Okanagan literatures. Each section contains the following headings: Introduction, About the Literature, Suggestions for Teachers, Bibliography, Related Readings, and Other Resources.