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Marq de Villiers [moving images]
MSVUA-AV-OP-SF-771 · Unidad documental simple · 2008, Feb. 7
Parte de Mount Saint Vincent University audio-visual collection

This recording contains an interview with Marq de Villiers, the author of the book Timbuktu (also written by Sheila Hirtle). In this interview they discuss the novel and place and culture of Timbuktu. They also discuss climate change.

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MSVU honorary degree diploma
PR-001-2-7-4 · Unidad documental simple · 2007
Parte de Dorothy Wills fonds

Honorary doctorate degree from Mount Saint Vincent University (Doctor of Humane Letters). In MSVU frame.

Budge Wilson [moving images]
MSVUA-AV_OP-SF_762 · Unidad documental simple · 2007 Jul. 21
Parte de Mount Saint Vincent University audio-visual collection

Writer Budge Wilson is interviewed in her home in Northwest Cove, Nova Scotia, by Lesley Choyce. She discusses her writing process and her work, including Before Green Gables, an Anne of Green Gables prequel. Features scenes from Wilson's home and surrounding property.

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MSVUA-AV_OP-SH_765 · Unidad documental simple · 2007
Parte de Mount Saint Vincent University audio-visual collection

This recording contains interviews with authors Marjorie Anderson and Lorri Neilsen Glenn. Anderson discusses her book "Dropped Threads Three," a collection of personal essays detailing the experiences of Canadian women, and reads a short excerpt. Neilsen Glenn discusses her essay in "Dropped Threads Three," her work as Poet Laureate of Halifax, and reads a poem from her collection "Combustion."

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Michael Ungar [moving images]
MSVUA-AV-OP-SF-773 · Unidad documental simple · 2007
Parte de Mount Saint Vincent University audio-visual collection

This recording contains an interview with Dr. Michael Ungar, a professor of social work at Dalhousie University and author of the books; "Playing at Being Bad" and "Too Safe for their Own Good." In this interview Dr. Ungar and Choyce discuss Dr. Ungar's novels, child-rearing and social work.

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