Turner, Joan

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Joan Turner was an associate professor at the University of Manitoba’s School of Social Work for almost 20 years and also had a private practice that included counselling, therapeutic massage and body work. Upon receiving an inheritance from an aunt who had always supported women’s issues, Joan decided to open a women’s bookstore in her memory. The Bold Print bookstore located in Winnipeg, Manitoba was in operation from 1986 until 1994. Turner edited Living the Changes and co-edited Perspectives on Women (originally titled “in the 80’s”; and Spider Women: A Tapestry of Healing and Creativity.

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