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Sean Wilson

Sean Wilson is the artistic director for The Ottawa International Writers Festival.

Opinion | BY SEAN WILSON | May 27, 2019
Protesters, pictured on Wellington Street outside the Prime Minister's Office on Jan. 8, 2019, out in solidarity with First Nations people who had been arrested at Wet’suwet’en camp in northern British Columbia who are against the pipeline development in their territory. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SEAN WILSON | May 27, 2019
Opinion | BY SEAN WILSON | May 27, 2019
Protesters, pictured on Wellington Street outside the Prime Minister's Office on Jan. 8, 2019, out in solidarity with First Nations people who had been arrested at Wet’suwet’en camp in northern British Columbia who are against the pipeline development in their territory. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SEAN WILSON | April 29, 2019
What makes this book so difficult and so very compelling is Alicia Elliott’s honesty and her willingness to interrogate the entire suite of systemic, cultural, and internalized racism that First Nations citizens are subjected to, writes Sean Wilson.
Opinion | BY SEAN WILSON | April 29, 2019
Opinion | BY SEAN WILSON | April 29, 2019
What makes this book so difficult and so very compelling is Alicia Elliott’s honesty and her willingness to interrogate the entire suite of systemic, cultural, and internalized racism that First Nations citizens are subjected to, writes Sean Wilson.
Opinion | BY SEAN WILSON | March 25, 2019
While his overview of the challenges we face is astute and interesting, David Moscrop is most inspired when tackling the second part of his subtitle–how we might make better political decisions, writes Sean Wilson. Image courtesy of Goose Lane and Twitter
Opinion | BY SEAN WILSON | March 25, 2019
Opinion | BY SEAN WILSON | March 25, 2019
While his overview of the challenges we face is astute and interesting, David Moscrop is most inspired when tackling the second part of his subtitle–how we might make better political decisions, writes Sean Wilson. Image courtesy of Goose Lane and Twitter
FeatureBY SEAN WILSON | February 25, 2019
Douglas Rushkoff, American media theorist, writer, columnist, lecturer, and author of Team Human, published in January 2019. He’s got a knack for saying things like, 'Whoever controls media controls society.' Screen capture image courtesy of YouTube
FeatureBY SEAN WILSON | February 25, 2019
FeatureBY SEAN WILSON | February 25, 2019
Douglas Rushkoff, American media theorist, writer, columnist, lecturer, and author of Team Human, published in January 2019. He’s got a knack for saying things like, 'Whoever controls media controls society.' Screen capture image courtesy of YouTube