Frequently Asked White Questions
With humour and compassion, this book offers relatable advice and a practical entry point into conversations about race.
Making Sense of Society
Power and Possibility
A fresh and radical approach to introducing social thought to undergraduate social science students, Making Sense of Society reflects the excitement and verve of a field in transition.
What Moves Us
The Lives and Times of the Radical Imagination
In original essays and interviews, radical thinkers from across Canada and beyond contemplate the birth of their own radical consciousness and the political and intellectual commitments that animate their activism.
The Radical Imagination
Social Movements in the Age of Austerity
The Radical Imagination is a lively and crucial intervention in radical politics, social research, social change and the collective visions and cultures that inspire them.
Rebellion from the Grassroots to the Global
In 1994 a guerilla army of Indigenous Mayan peasants in Southeast Mexico emerged and declared ‘Enough!’ to 500 years of colonialism, racism, exploitation, oppression and genocide. The effects of the Zapatista uprising were profound and would be felt beyond the borders of Mexico. At a time when state-sponsored socialism had all but vanished and other elements of the left appeared defeated in the face of neoliberalism’s ascendancy, the Zapatista uprising sparked a powerful new wave of transnational socio-political action. In exploring the movement’s origins, history, structure, aims, political philosophy and possible new directions, Alex Khasnabish provides a critical and comprehensive overview of one of the most important rebel groups in recent history.