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Author: Nurjehan Aziz, Editor

Nurjehan Aziz is the publisher at Mawenzi House Publishers Ltd. She is the editor of HER MOTHER'S ASHES 1, 2, and 3, and is co-editor of Strangers in the Mirror: In and Out of the Mainstream of Culture in Canada.

Confluences 1: Essays on the New Canadian Literature
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Confluences 1: Essays on the New Canadian Literature

Mawenzi House/TSAR Publishers

Literary Nonfiction. This collection consists of essays by accomplished literary critics looking at some of the most exciting new writing to emerge in Canada in the last three decades. This new writing has redefined the idea of Canadian Literature, ...

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Confluences 2
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Confluences 2

Mawenzi House/TSAR Publishers

Literary Nonfiction. This collection, second of a series, consists of essays by accomplished literary critics looking at some of the most exciting new writing to emerge in Canada in the last three decades. This new writing has redefined the idea of ...

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Her Mother's Ashes 3: Stories by South Asian Women in Canada and the United States
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Her Mother's Ashes 3: Stories by South Asian Women in Canada and the United States

Mawenzi House/TSAR Publishers

Fiction. South Asian Studies. Following the greatly acclaimed first two volumes in this series, this collection brings together more first-rate stories by South Asian women that-whether set in their home countries or those of their adoption--explore...

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The Relevance of Islamic Identity in Canada
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The Relevance of Islamic Identity in Canada

Mawenzi House/TSAR Publishers

Literary Nonfiction. This volume examines, from widely diverse perspectives, what it can mean to be a Muslim in Canada. Does an Islamic identity make sense in a secular democracy such as Canada? Shouldn't religious faith be private, in the sense tha...

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