My personal narrative reveals the complex and often ineffable journey that I experience from academia to home and from home to academia. I speak to the different modes of walking that such a journey necessitates: walking back home, into a sea of whiteness, and out of academia. As I make my way from Toronto to Montréal, from my residence in academia to where I call home, I carry with me the cruel optimism of education, weighing down the steps that I take, I attempt to grapple with spatial negotiations. It often feels like an arduous and never-ending passage. Still, my back-and-forth travel from the interior of academic life to the place I call home brings me to a significant provocation: the geography of driftwork.
Recommended Citation / Citation recommandée
"One Day I Will Destroy This Place."
The Goose, vol. 20
, article 38,