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|Dr. Emma LaRocque|
Native Studies professor Dr. Emma LaRocque is a scholar, human rights advocate, poet, author and social and literary critic.
The Plains Cree Métis scholar has been published more than 60 times, including the groundbreaking 1975 work Defeathering the Indian and more recently, When the Other is Me, a powerful study of the Native literary response to racist writing in the Canadian historical and literary record.