This database provides an extensive archive of scholarly publications and fictional texts in Black and African Studies. Its goal is to make accessible the work of scholars, writers and artists living in Canada or engaging with Black Canada, including scholars across the humanities and social sciences in LA&PS. Resources listed in the database cover a range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields, such as history, sociology, social work, literary criticism, feminist and queer theories, Black Canadian Studies and African Diaspora Studies. It also lists the works of Black Canadian poets, novelists and playwrights.
Fables from the Women's Quarters (1984)
Fables from the Women's Quarters marked Claire Harris's blazing 1984 entry into the literary world, winning a Commonwealth Prize ...
Translation into Fiction (1984)
Chronicles of the Hostile Sun (1984)
The Teeth of the Whirlwind (1984)
Breaking Chains (1983)
Winter Epigrams and Epigrams to Ernesto Cardenal in Defence of Claudia (1983)
Rhythm An' Hardtimes (1983)
Salmon Courage (1983)
M. NourbeSe Philip
Salmon Courage is NourbeSe Philip’s second book of poetry published in 1983 by Williams Wallace Inc. Stratford. It ...
Primitive Offensive (1982)
M. NourbeSe Philip
Thorns is NourbeSe Philip’s first book of poetry published in 1980 by Williams Wallace Inc. Stratford. It is ...
Fore Day Morning: Poems (1978)
Prime Minister (1977)
The Bigger Light (1975)
This is Austin Clarke's acclaimed trilogy about a group of West Indian domestics, their friends, lovers, spouses, and ...
Storm of Fortune (1973)
When He Was Free and Young and He Used to Wear Silks (1971)
Originally issued in 1971, Austin Clarke’s first published collection of eleven remarkable stories showcases his groundbreaking approach to ...
The Meeting Point (1967)
Amongst Thistles and Thorns (1965)
Set in Barbados in the early 1950s, this uncompromising novel depicts the pain of childhood in a world ...
The Survivors of the Crossing (1964)
Set in 1961 Barbados, this novel centers on how the self-governing colony is ruled by a “Labor” party ...
Fire, Passion and Politics: The Creation of Blockorama as Black Queer Diasporic Space in the Toronto Pride Festivities ()
UNSETTLING THE GREAT WHITE NORTH: BLACK CANADIAN HISTORY ()
Funkè Aladejebi, Michele A. Johnson
An exhaustive volume of leading scholarship in the field of Black Canadian history, Unsettling the Great White North highlights the ...
"Engaging teacher candidates in anti-homophobia discussions: Reflections on caution, care and commitment" in LGBTTIQQ2SA Stories of pride, courage and social justice in Canada, 36-42. ()
Entries in this database have been gathered by Jellisa Ricketts as part of the summer 2021 Dean’s Award for Research Excellence project, “Teaching Against Anti-Black Racism and Toward Black Inclusion,” supervised by Professor Andrea Davis.