Writing about Talking, Talking about Writing: Orality and Literacy in Contemporary Scholarship (International Scholarly Symposium)

Saskatoon, Canada (2004)

In October 2004, an international symposium Orality and Literacy in Contemporary Scholarship was co-organized by the PCUH and the departments of English and History on the University of Saskatchewan campus. Fourteen scholars from Canada, Singapore, Ukraine, and the United States were invited to take part in this symposium. Dr. Khanenko-Friesen (Shostak), PCUH, Dr. Keith Carlson, History, and Dr. Fagan, English, have co-edited a collection of essays presented at this symposium and published by the University of Toronto Press. For more information about this publication, visit the UTP website: http://www.utppublishing.com/product.php?productid=2121&cat=0&page=1

Dr. Ted Chamberlain (U of Toronto), Dr. Wendy Wickwire (U of Victoria)
and PCUH’s Dr. Natalia Khanenko-Friesen enjoy a story-telling event at the
home of famous Canadian Métis author, playwright, and broadcaster,  Maria Campbell.
Symposium participants listen to and watch their host, Maria Campbell (right).