Author Archives: Subhanya Sivajothy

About Subhanya Sivajothy

TALint (Toronto Academic Libraries Intern) at the OISE Library | Master of Information Candidate, 2020 | University of Toronto

Books for Two-Spirit Pride!

The term Two-Spirit is a term used within Indigenous communities to refer to specific Indigenous understandings of gender, sexuality and spirituality. The word is an umbrella term and there are different terms, responsibilities and roles for Two-Spirit people that are … Continue reading

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Featured Activity Kit: Constellation Blocks

As March is the perfect month for star-gazing, check out our newly-arrived Constellation Blocks as the featured activity kit! The kit explores 16 different constellations from both the Northern and Southern hemispheres. Each block includes information about the name, the … Continue reading

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New Titles for the New Year!

As the new semester, new year (and new decade!) begin to unfold, here is an eclectic mix of new titles that OISE Library has purchased for our collection. These books showcase some of the collections that are we are currently … Continue reading

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OISE Library Holiday Reads 2019 Edition!

A well-deserved holiday break is finally here and for the second year, staff at the OISE Library have gathered together a wide-ranging list of books, podcasts, and shows that they hope to enjoy over the next few weeks!  Subhanya Sivajothy, … Continue reading

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Indigenous Storywork and Literatures

This month’s Indigenous display is focused on Indigenous Literatures and Storywork. All of the books in the display were written and curated by writers with the firm belief that stories have the power to effect personal, political and social change. … Continue reading

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