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  • National Post Male Studies: A proposed curriculum Wednesday April 14th, 2010
    The 93rd anniversary of the battle of Vimy Ridge, considered one of Canada's defining moments as a young nation, was commemorated at the National War Memorial last Friday. The Queen issued a statement honouring the memory of a "truly remarkable generation." The Prime Minister hailed Canada's "fierce warriors ... rock-ribb'ed patriots." The G-G spoke ...
  • National Post It's not easy being white Thursday April 8th, 2010
    Remember the old Kermit the Frog complaint, "It's not that easy bein' green"? It's from a ditty about diversity, in which Kermit proceeds from self-doubt over the limitations of being green to the conclusion there's value in all colours and nothing gained brooding over identity: "I am green and it'll do fine...I think it's what I want to be." ...
  • National Post Man-hating nonsense Wednesday January 27th, 2010
    A feminist icon, "thealogist" Mary Daly died Jan. 3 at the age of 81. Almost unknown outside the academy, Daly was a militant influence on feminist approaches to religion. If her name is faintly familiar, you're likely recalling a brief late-'90s media surge around a lawsuit against Jesuit-run Boston College, Daly's longtime academic home, initiated by a male ...
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