Keller gets Woodcock Award

She wrote 17 books, edited dozens more, mentored numerous writers and founded the ongoing Festival of the Written Arts in Sechelt. Now, Betty Keller (left) is honoured for outstanding literary career. FULL STORY

Music & human dignity

February 17th, 2021

To advocate for musical work in the Downtown Eastside, and elsewhere in the world, as a means to promote human rights and development of the poor, Klisala Harrison has written Music Downtown Eastside: Human Rights & Capability Development Through Music in Urban Poverty (Oxford Univ. Press $29.95). A former graduate of U of Vic’s Music History program in 1997, Harrison now holds a PhD and has held positions at Columbia University and UBC. She is currently a Research Fellow at the University of Helsinki, Finland. 978-0-19-753507-3

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