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Van Herk has published numerous works blending fiction and criticism, which also offer a complementary exploration of her relationship with place. In particular, van Herk has rooted and uprooted conceptions of the Canadian west and the far north.
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In , she initiated a new genre she called geografictione, with Places Far From Ellesmere. Van Herk has also published two collections of essays and ficto-criticism, In Visible Ink crypto-frictions and A Frozen Tongue Van Herk continues to publish prolifically; her short stories, essays, articles, and book reviews regularly appear in The Globe and Mail , Calgary Herald , Alberta Views , Elle , Chatelaine , Canadian Fiction Magazine , Canadian Geographic ,  and The Walrus , as well as numerous other national and international periodicals and newspapers.
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As a university professor she has guided many of her graduate students to literary success, including Anita Rau Badami , Thomas Wharton , and Jessica Grant. She continues to travel extensively, presenting both her creative and critical work all over the world. Criticism Van Herk has published numerous works blending fiction and criticism, which also offer a complementary exploration of her relationship with place. Periodical writing and professional work Van Herk continues to publish prolifically; her short stories, essays, articles, and book reviews regularly appear in The Globe and Mail , Calgary Herald , Alberta Views , Elle , Chatelaine , Canadian Fiction Magazine , Canadian Geographic ,  and The Walrus , as well as numerous other national and international periodicals and newspapers.
Bibliography Novels Judith. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, The Tent Peg.
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No Fixed Address. Places Far From Ellesmere: a geografictione. Criticism In Visible Ink crypto-frictions. Edmonton: NeWest, A Frozen Tongue. Mundelstrup, Denmark: Dangeroo, Toronto: Penguin, Toronto: KeyPorter, Toronto: Macmillan, Boundless Alberta.
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At the Sparwood Museum, these collections tell the story of coal mining and the communities of Michel, Natal, Middletown, Corbin and Sparwood, and of their relationship to other mines and towns in the Crowsnest Pass and Elk Valley. After many organizational ups and downs, the Society was able to relocate the museum to a new facility next to the popular Sparwood Visitor Centre and Titan Truck in May Renewal of its three theatre facilities prompted administration at Vancouver Civic Theatres to initiate a review of its records management practices and archive a significant backlog of business records.
Following the opening of the new Galt Museum and Archives facility in May , the Board of Directors undertook development of a seven-year strategic plan, a process which took almost a full year for through market research and community and stakeholder engagement.
Ron Ulrich was engaged to provide market, audience and stakeholder research and other project support and to facilitate a smooth strategic transition between his tenure as CEO of the facility and a new CEO. Ron Ulrich served as project manager and provided a range of marketing, event planning and fund development services along with exhibit design, fabrication and installation.
The collections cover the human heritage of Canmore and region as well as the unique geological history of the Canadian Rockies.