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- Mad world, mad kings, mad composition
- Dirty ear report : sound, multiplicity, and radical listening.
- Teaching ESL/EFL listening and speaking
- Reassembling models of reality : theory and clinical practice
- On the other side(s) of 150 : untold stories and critical approaches to history, literature, and identity in Canada
- The book of Cairo
- Samuel Beckett et l'écriture des ruines : de Mercier et Camier à Soubresauts
- Sign language : reading Flannery O'Connor's graphic narrative
- Tradition and emancipation in Horace and Alexander Pope
- Borderland : on reviving culture
- The book of Liverpool
- The black flamingo
- Bkejwanong dbaajmowinan = Stories of where the waters divide
- Earle Street : poems
- The shadow of Dante in French Renaissance lyric : Scève's Délie
- Culturally relevant Aboriginal education
- Fake law : the truth about justice in an age of lies
- The Gawain poet : complete works : Patience, Cleanness, Pearl, Saint Erkenwald, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
- Indigenous Toronto : stories that carry this place
- Cold case north : the search for James Brady and Absolom Halkett
- The streets of Europe : the sights, sounds, and smells that shaped its great cities
- The labyrinth : an existential odyssey with Jean-Paul Sartre
- Teaching Native pride : Upward Bound and the legacy of Isabel Bond
- Music for the dead and resurrected
- What's in it for me? : self-interest and political difference
- Money and power : the world leaders who changed economics
- BETWEEN BLADE AND BULLET : the mary steinhauser story.
- Culturally relevant teaching : making space for indigenous peoples in the schoolhouse
- A thousand times you lose your treasure
One Book One SFU
One Book One SFU is an all-SFU reading experience which makes a selected book available to our entire university community.
What book changed your mind?
We asked our friends — faculty, staff, alumni, writers, scholars, artists, musicians — to tell us about that one book that changed everything.