Past, Present, and Future Ruptures to the Commons


  • John Clement Ball University of New Brunswick
  • Asma Sayed Kwantlen Polytechnic University


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“The Ruptured Commons.” Studies in Canadian Literature, vol 47, no. 1, 2022, pp. 310-11.



How to Cite

Ball, J. C., & Sayed, A. (2024). Past, Present, and Future Ruptures to the Commons. Studies in Canadian Literature, 48(1), 5–14. Retrieved from