Category Archives: Academia

  1. The Tree: Vanished

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    October 25, 2014 by The Editor

    In one word, a scholar writing about French Detroit encapsulates conventional thinking about French-Canadian culture on the American side of …
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  2. Opportunity and Opportunism: Dueling Narratives of Detroit

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    September 7, 2014 by The Editor

    In some activist and academic communities, the contemporary use of Native American/First Nations imagery is measured on a scale that …
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  3. French Canadians and Social Mobility

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    February 23, 2014 by The Editor

    There is a fascinating article, “Your Ancestors, Your Fate,” by economics professor Gregory Davis dated February 21, 2014 in the …
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  4. The Limits of Scholarship

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    February 18, 2013 by The Editor

      “Stories–individual stories, family stories, national stories–are what stitch together the disparate elements of human existence into a coherent whole. …
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  5. What’s My Story? The White and the Gold

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    January 28, 2013 by The Editor

    My reading over the past year has been concentrated primarily in the area of French Canadian studies. Over years of …
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  6. Stop Studying!

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    June 29, 2012 by The Editor

    It is just short of a year now that I chose to not pursue a doctoral program that I began …
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