Ephemeral Territories weaves together narratives and representations of Canadian identity—from political philosophy and cultural theory to art and films—to develop and complicate familiar views of identity and selfhood. In a critical engagement with notions of territory, identity, racial difference, separatism, multiculturalism, and homelessness, Manning delves into the question of what it means to be at home in Canada.
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