"Comprised of multidisciplinary and diverse perspectives, Performing Turtle Island considers theatre as a tool for community engagement, education, and resistance, and examines how communities in turn influence the construction of Indigenous identities through theatre. Contributors: Megan Davies - York University; Spy Dénommé-Welch - Brock University; Floyd Favel - Poundmaker First Nation; Carol Greyeyes - University of Saskatchewan; Michael Greyeyes - Muskeg Lake First Nation; Kahente Horn-Miller - Carleton University; Dione Joseph - Onehunga, New Zealand; Catherine Magowan - Hamilton, ON; Daniel David Moses - Queen's University; Yvette Nolan - University of Saskatchewan; Armand Ruffo - Sagamok Ojibway and Chapleau Cree Fox Lake First Nations, Queen's University; Annie Smith - Grand Prairie Regional College."-- Provided by publisher.
Canadian drama -- Native authors -- History and criticism.
Indigenous peoples in literature.
Native peoples in literature.
Native theater -- Canada.
Theater -- Canada -- History.
Day, Moira Jean, 1953- editor.
Irwin, Kathleen, editor.