Marilyn Iwama

Marilyn Iwama is a poet and research fellow at the Institute of Integrative Science and Health, Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia.
Murdena Marshall

Murdena Marshall is a Mikmaq elder and spiritual leader from Eskasoni First Nation, Nova Scotia, and a manager with Knowledge: Education and Cultural Consultant Associates (KECCA) in Eskasoni, Nova Scotia.
Albert Marshall

Albert Marshall is a Mikmaq elder from Eskasoni First Nation, Nova Scotia, and a manager with Knowledge: Education and Cultural Consultant Associates (KECCA) in Eskasoni, Nova Scotia.
Ivar Mendez

Ivar Mendez is a sculptor, photographer and professor in the Departments of Surgery and Anatomy & Neurobiology at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. He is also the chair of the Brain Repair Centre at Dalhousie University, director of the Halifax Neural Transplantation Program, and staff neurosurgeon at the QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Cheryl Bartlett

Cheryl Bartlett holds a Canada Research Chair in Integrative Science and is a professor in the Department of Biology at Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia.


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I Got It From An Elder: Conversations in Healing Language
Marilyn Iwama, Murdena Marshall, Albert Marshall, Ivar Mendez, Cheryl Bartlett

2008 / Poetry / $6.95
9781554470501 / Pamphlet / 24 pp

The Devil's Whim Occasional Chapbook Series: No. 20


A poetically shaped collage of conversations about the healing tense in the Mi'kmaq language, and an attempt to integrate indigenous and Western ways of knowing.


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