What Our Universities Are Teaching

This is an excellent and interesting post from the National Post’s David Berry.  So encouraging to see the growth in (and modernization of) CanLit studies compared to 30 or 40 years ago.

Ten authors you have to read (if you’re a Canadian student) by David Berry, National Post.



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3 Responses to What Our Universities Are Teaching

  1. Woah, I haven’t even heard of some of those authors. Also, I’m surprised so few French-Canadian authors made it on the list. In fact, isn’t Mordecai Richler the only one mentioned?! I took a Quebec Culture course in university and thought we could benefit from some more translated CanLit.

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