Personhood

Vol. 35 No. 4

Personhood: as old as the hills

Jody Freeman

Struggles over recognition of personhood are rooted in the history of colonialism and private property. Indigenous worldviews of “Our Relations” […]

When is a river a person?

Chief Jean-Charles Piétacho & Jody Freeman

A Conversation with Chief Jean-Charles Piétacho Innu Council of Ekuanitshit, Québec Introduction Chief Jean-Charles Piétacho, who has fought for his […]

A mixing of worlds

Alix Van Der Donckt-Ferrand

My name is Alix Van Der Donckt-Ferrand. I was born in 1995 and I live in Montréal. I make drawings, […]

Thread and Refuge

Kathryn Jordan

Thread The thread was a rope, stretching to the moon, to my dark daughter on that distant shore. Cats, rents, […]

Another word for obstruct

David Groulx

Another word for obstruct The word Yemen is a lemon, in government mouths while the poor covet a vaccine for […]

A Terrible Mistake

Louise Carson

In Farzana Doctor’s first poetry collection, each of the four parts is entitled Therapy Homework, with a different exercise and […]