THE POLITICS OF MEMORY

References

Ball, David P. “Memorial plaques in Vancouver unveiled to honour missing and murdered women.” The Tyee, October 29th, 2012.

Burk, Adrienne L. Speaking for a Long Time: Public Space and Social Memory in Vancouver. University of British Columbia Press, 2010.

Culhane, Dara. “Their Spirits Live within Us: Aboriginal Women in Downtown Eastside Vancouver Emerging into Visibility” in The American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 27, No. 3&4 (Summer/Fall 2003), pp. 593-606.

Cultural Memory Group. Remembering Women Murdered By Men: Memorials Across Canada. Toronto: Sumach Press, 2006.

Dean, Amber. “Representing and Remembering Murdered Women: Thoughts on the Ethics of Critique” in ESC, Vol. 34, No. 2&3 (June/September 2008), pp. 229-241.

Kulba, Tracy. “Feminist” Memory Work and the Production of REAL Womanhood. Essays on Canadian writing (2003): 36-58.

Living Memorial Stones Project website. Accessed January 2013. http://livingmemorialstones.wordpress.com/

Marker of Change: The Story of the Women’s Monument. DVD. Directed by Moira Simpson. 1998; Vancouver, BC; Moving Images, 1998.

McNeill, Laurie. “Death and the Maidens: Vancouver’s Missing Women, the Montreal Massacre, and Commemoration’s Blind Spots.” Canadian Review of American Studies 38, no. 3 (2008): 375-398.

Megan Leslie NDP website: Not So Silent Vigil December 6th, 2008. 6 Dec 2008. Web. 1 April 2013.
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