Suanne Kelman

LRC Contributor

Suanne Kelman is professor emerita of the School of Journalism at Ryerson University. She is the author of All in the Family: A Cultural History of Family Life (Viking, 1998).

Articles by Suanne Kelman

  • Reasonable Doubts (September 2016)
    The gap between religious rights and the rights of the rest.
  • Green Eyes (May 2015)
    A review of Jealousy, by Peter Toohey
  • Flanagan Wrecks (July–August 2014)
    A review of Persona Non Grata: The Death of Free Speech in the Internet Age, by Tom Flanagan
  • Tea and Hypocrisy (June 2005)
    A review of Fight or Pay: Soldiers’ Families in the Great War, by Desmond Morton
  • The Cultural Queen of Canada (July–August 2013)
    A review of Margaret Atwood and the Labour of Literary Celebrity, by Lorraine York
  • King Richard’s Lament (June 2012)
    A review of The Tower of Babble: Sins, Secrets and Successes Inside the CBC, by Richard Stursberg
  • Shooting the Messenger (June 2011)
    An essay
  • Rescue or Kidnapping? (May 2010)
    A review of Babies without Borders: Adoption and Migration across the Americas, by Karen Dubinsky
  • Love-Making through Word-Making (November 2008)
    A review of Love’s Civil War: Elizabeth Bowen and Charles Ritchie, edited by Victoria Glendinning
  • Involuntary Immigrants (July–August 2008)
    A review of Uprooted: The Shipment of Poor Children to Canada, 1867–1917, by Roy Parker, and Searching for Billie, by Freda Jackson
  • The Trial Coverage on Trial (September 2007)
    Between the fawners and the tricoteuses, journalism is found guilty.
  • The Oxford Don on the Potomac (March 2007)
    A review of The Washington Diaries, 1981–1989, by Allan Gotlieb
  • Death and Diamonds (June 2006)
    A review of A Dirty War in West Africa: The RUF and the Destruction of Sierra Leone, by Lansana Gberie