Sherrill E. Grace


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Remembering WWI
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Diasporic Women’s Writing. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 196 (Spring 2008): 147-148.
  • Mothers of Heroes, Mothers of Martyrs: World War I and the Politics of Grief by Suzanne Evans
  • Vimy Ridge: A Canadian Reassessment by Geoffrey Hayes (Editor), Andrew Iarocci (Editor) and Mike Bechthold (Editor)
Icons of Identity
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Women & the Politics of Memory. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 186 (Autumn 2005): 178-179.
  • The Group of Seven and Tom Thomson by David P. Silcox
Telling Our Stories
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Canadian Literature 184 (Spring 2005): 114-116.
  • If This Is Your Land, Where Are Your Stories? Finding Common Ground by J. Edward Chamberlin
  • Playing Dead: A Contemplation Concerning the Arctic by Rudy Wiebe
  • Colours in the Storm by Jim Betts
Life at High Latitudes
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Writers Talking. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 183 (Winter 2004): 153-155.
  • High Latitudes by Farley Mowat
  • Inuit Journey: The Co-operative Venture in Canada’s North by Edith Iglauer
  • Thunder on the Tundra: Inuit Quajimajatuqangit of the Bathurst Cariboo by Natasha Thorpe, Naikak Hakongak, Sandra Eyegetok and Kitikmeot Elders
Discovering North/Self
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Archives and History. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 178 (Autumn 2003): 98-99.
  • From Barrow to Boothia: The Arctic Journal of Chief Factor Peter Warren Dease, 1836-1839 by William Barr (Editor)
  • Alone in Silence: European Women in the Canadian North before 1940 by Barbara Kelcey
  • The Snow Geese: A Story of Home by William Fiennes
Listening to the North
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Travel. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 174 (Autumn 2002): 145-147.
  • Walking on the Land by Farley Mowat
  • Inuksuit: Silent Messengers of the Artie by Norman Hallendy
  • It's Like the Legend: Innu Women's Voice by Nymphs Byrne (Editor) and Camille Fouillard (Editor)
Writing Arctic Journals
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Nature / Culture. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 170-171 (Autumn/Winter 2001): 247-249.
  • The Ladies, the Gwich'in, and the Rat: Travels on the Athabasca,Macekenzie, Rat, Porcupine, and Yukon Rivers in 1926 by Clara Vyvyan, I.S. MacLaren (Editor) and Lisa N. LaFramboise (Editor)
  • North With Franklin: The Lost Journals of James Fitzjames. by John Wilson
More Northern Indices
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in First Nations Writing. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 167 (Winter 2000): 134-137.
  • Gamblers and Dreamers: Women, Men, and Community in the Klondike by Charlene Porsild
  • True North: The Yukon and the Northwest Territories by William R. Morrison
  • Un/Covering the North: News, Media, and Aboriginal People by Valerie Alia
  • Across the Top of the World: The Quest for the Northwest Passage by James P. Delgado
Working the North
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Canadian Literature 164 (Spring 2000): 136-138.
  • Running with the Caribou by Pete Sarsfield
  • Teaching in a Cold Windy Place by Joanne Tompkins
  • Reaching North: A Celebration of the Sub-Arctic by Jamie Bastedo
Storying Northern History
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in On Thomas King. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 161-162 (Summer/Autumn 1999): 212-214.
  • The Ice Master: A Novel of the Arctic by James Houston
  • Trapped in Ice by Eric Walters
  • The Man From the Creeks by Robert Kroetsch
Women in the North
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in On Thomas King. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 161-162 (Summer/Autumn 1999): 207-208.
  • Winging It in the North by Lyn Hancock
  • Kabloona in the Yellow Kayak by Victoria Jason
Ways of Going North
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in New Directions. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 158 (Autumn 1998): 133-135.
  • Great Heart: The History of a Labrador Adventure by James West Davidson and John Rugge
  • Light for a Cold Land: Lawren Harris's Work and Life—An Interpretation by Peter Larisey
Northern Mysteries
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Canadian Literature 154 (Autumn 1997): 111-113.
  • Strangers Among Us by David C. Woodman
  • Strange Things: The Malevolent North in Canadian Literature by Margaret Atwood
Reimag(in)ing the Arctic
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Women and War. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 151 (Winter 1996): 156-159.
  • Arctic Artist: The Journal and Paintings of George Back, Midshipman with Franklin, 1819-1822 by C. Stuart Houston and I.S. MacLaren
  • Polar Pioneers: John Ross and James Clark Ross by M. J. Ross
  • Between Two Cultures: A Photographer Among the Inuit by Charles Gimpel and Maria Tippett
Polar Attractions
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Community Values. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 148 (Spring 1996): 148-150.
  • In A Crystal Land: Canadian Explorers in Antarctica by Dean Beeby
  • Gender on Ice: American Ideologies of Arctic Explorations by Lisa Bloom
Collecting Tips
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Female Subjects & Male Plots. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 137 (Summer 1993): 75-76.
  • Writing the Woman Artist: Essays on Poetics, Politics, and Portraiture by Suzanne W. Jones
  • Wilderness Tips by Margaret Atwood
Breaking Silence
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in George Woodcock: An 80th Birthday Collection. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 133 (Summer 1992): 146-149.
  • By Heart: Elizabeth Smart, A Life by Rosemary Sullivan
  • Silence and Power: A Reevaluation of Djuna Barnes by Mary Lynn Broe (Editor)
Revolutionizing Art
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in South Asian Connections. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 132 (Spring 1992): 169-170.
  • Plays at the Iron Bridge, or The Autobiography of Tom Horror by Wilfrid Watson and Shirley Neuman (Editor)
Theory & Practice
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Background, Foreground. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 127 (Winter 1990): 135-138.
  • The Private Self: Theory and Practice of Women's Autobiographical Writings by Shari Benstock (Editor)
  • Cat's Eye by Margaret Atwood
Two-Headed Art
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in What the Archives Reveal. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 121 (Summer 1989): 147-150.
  • Surréalisme et littérature québécoise: Histoire d'une révolution culturelle by Andre Bourassa
  • Documents in Canadian Art by Douglas Fetherling (Editor)
Overviews
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Slavic and East-European Connections. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 120 (Spring 1989): 156-159.
  • German Expressionist Prose: Theory and Practice by Augustinus P. Dierick
  • Canadian Drama and the Critics by L. W. Conolly
Home Rituals
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Atwood, Carrier, Grandbois, Lowry. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 112 (Spring 1987): 102-104.
  • Noman's Land by Gwendolyn MacEwen
  • This Is My Own: Letters to Wes & Other Writings on Japanese Canadians 1941-1948 by Roy Miki (Editor)
Inner Necessity
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Popular Culture. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 108 (Spring 1986): 152-155.
  • THE SCREAM by Colin Morton (Author), Susan McMaster (Author), Nan Cormier (Author), Claude Dupuis (Author), Andrew McClure (Author), David Parsons (Author) and Carol English (Author)
A Dogma of Division
By Sherrill E. Grace and Terry Goldie
Published in Contemporary Quebec Fiction. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 88 (Spring 1981): 133-136.
  • Violent Duality: A Study of Margaret Atwood by
Four New Voices
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Alberta Writers. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 77 (Summer 1978): 103-106.
  • The True Story of Ida Johnson by Sharon Riis
  • Malke, Malke by Bess Kaplan
  • A Small Informal Dance by Helen Levi
  • Child of the Morning by Pauline Gedge
Oxford Companions
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Paradigms of Doubleness. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 104 (Spring 1985): 113-115.
  • The Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature by William Toye
Continuing Story
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Psychological Fictions: Myth, Carr, Lowry. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 84 (Spring 1980): 110-111.
  • Malcolm Lowry by Christine Pagnoulle
  • Malcolm Lowry's Volcano by David Markson
Silent Casualties of the Great War
By Sherrill E. Grace
Published in Indigenous Focus. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 215 (Winter 2012): 164-65.
  • Boys and Girls in No Man’s Land: English-Canadian Children and the First World War by Susan R. Fisher

Articles by Sherrill E. Grace

Book Reviews of Sherrill E. Grace's Works

Voice of Her Own
By Sherrill E. Grace and Angela Rebeiro
Reviewed in Reading Voices by Marlene Moser
Staging the North: Twelve Canadian Plays
By Sherrill E. Grace, Eve D'Aeth and Lisa Chalykoff
Reviewed in Staging Northern Ghosts by Martin Kuester