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Name: M. C. (T.)  Lois  Provost (IPA: loyss)
Institution: University of Toronto
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: Canada   
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Language Documentation
History of Linguistics
Ling & Literature
Forensic Linguistics
Cognitive Science
Anthropological Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Specialty: Autochthonous Knowledge Systems
Subject Language(s): Arawak
Selected Publications: Forthcoming 2016 - ''Space of the Body and the Body of Space' - Languages & Languages of Imagery in the 'broughtupcy' and spiritual formation of man''

2016 -'Openings: Practitioner Witness' - Provost et al (Editors)

2016 - Working Title ''Cartography of Arruwakki Soul''

Provost et al(2010) Unbodies of water: The health effects of extinction and genocide — Arawak perspectives. American Psychological Association. Online:

Provost et al (2009). Learning to Pattern in Taino. In Civilisations Revue No. 9. Paris, France: Presses de l'Universite des sciences sociale de Toulouse

Provost Turchetti in Antone et al (2002). (1) Literacy and Learning ... Symposium Proceedings. Toronto.
(2) Aboriginal Literacy ... Final Report. University of Toronto (2003)

Provost Turchetti - Arawakki Life Strategies through the Psychology of Language as Presence. Native Mental Health Association of Canada. Conference Proceedings. (2002)

Provost-Turchetti with Antone(2002) The Way of the Drum/When Earth Becomes Heart. Conference Proceedings - Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Conference. 2001 Toronto

Who Are You Really, Anyway? - Our Ancient Holographic Civilization - Provost Turchetti, Baldeo (1998, children's - on Rupestrian art and autochthonous lanuguage)
Courses Taught: Music & Art Education: Indigenous perspectives
Children's Fantasy, Folklore, Fiction
Mythology and other Orations
Canadian Fiction

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