Gifted to LearnBook - 2008
In 1960s Regina, when racial discrimination often went unchallenged, and the education system needed visionary reform, Gloria Mehlmann struggled to embrace her Cree/Saulteaux identity and sustain her passion for learning and teaching. Critical but not cynical, Mehlmann's touching stories reveal the experiences and students that taught her to become one of Saskatchewan's guiding voices for education reform. While devotees of memoir will be transported by Mehlmann's humane storytelling, specialists in Native Studies, Education, Women's Studies, and Autobiography are also invited to explore the clear, strong prose within Gifted to Learn.
Publisher: Edmonton : University of Alberta Press, 2008.
Edition: 1st ed.
Branch Call Number: 370. 92 MEH M
Characteristics: xv, 325 p. ; 23 cm.