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This is the third and final part of a review and analysis of Marc Shell’s 2005 text, Stutter. (Read Part 1 and Part 2). Shell is a Montreal-born professor of Comparative Literature at Harvard. He explores the significance of stuttering in an unusually broad scope of history, society, human evolution and culture.

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Frontiers for Young Minds is a website that makes science discoveries available and appealing to younger audiences. Children work with mentors to curate and write articles about science topics. This month they tackled the subject of stuttering, read it here.


I’m Michelle Weinshtein and I am a person who stutters. But I am also many other things — a 20-year-old young woman, a sister to 3 brothers, a daughter, friend, and student.

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Dr. Gerald Maguire is a well-known figure in the stuttering community. He is a regular participant in events for people who stutter around the world (including ours in Canada!) As a doctor and a person who stutters, Maguire has a well-rounded perspective on the best way to approach treatment.

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GregGreg, front row, second from right, celebrating his sister's wedding
at St. Martins, Ottawa in 1974

It is interesting how certain events and situations can illicit powerful memories — memories that remind me of the ways stuttering can significantly compromise a person's quality of life.

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