Anne O’Connell

OISE

Anne O’Connell is a PhD candidate, Department of Sociology and Equity Studies, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE).

  • Dis/Consent

    Perspectives on Sexual Consent and Sexual Violence

    Edited by KelleyAnne Malinen     April 2019

    Refusing to reduce intersectionality to a hasty footnote, this volume examines the construction of sexual violence and consent at diverse intersections of identity and includes a diversity of perspectives and positionalities rarely found in conversations about sexual violence and sexual consent.

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  • Magnificent Fight

    The 1919 Winnipeg General Strike

    By Dennis Lewycky     April 2019

    Far from a simple retelling of the General Strike, Magnificent Fight speaks to the power of workers’ solidarity and social organization. The book reveals the length the capitalist class and the state went to in protecting the status quo.

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  • Civilization Critical

    Energy, Food, Nature, and the Future

    By Darrin Qualman     April 2019

    “A thoughtful and thoroughly documented analysis of the runaway train we are all aboard. Anyone worried about the track ahead should read it. Those not worried should read it more than once.” —Ronald Wright, author of A Short History of Progress

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  • The Class Politics of Law

    Essays Inspired by Harry Glasbeek

    Edited by Judy Fudge and Eric Tucker     March 2019

    The Class Politics of Law brings together eleven incisive contributions from pre-eminent scholars across several disciplines activated by the same desire for democracy and justice that Glasbeek advances, showing how capitalism shapes the law and how the law protects capitalism. This collection foregrounds a class analysis of the law’s responses to corporate killing, workplace violence, surveillance, worker resistance and income inequality, among other issues.

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  • Cracking Labour’s Glass Ceiling

    Transforming Lives through Women’s Union Education

    By Cindy Hanson, Adriane Paavo and Sisters in Labour Education     March 2019

    This original collection is a vibrant, modern history of women-only labour education events.

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  • Ghosts Within

    Journeying Through PTSD

    By Garry Leech     March 2019

    “In this sensitive personal narrative, war correspondent Garry Leech reveals the torment of this frightful ailment and the horrors he witnessed in Latin America … A gripping tale of savagery and terror, but also of tenderness, compassion, and renewal.” — Noam Chomsky

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    A Roseway Book
  • Walmart

    Diary of an Associate

    By Hugo Meunier     March 2019

    In 2012, journalist Hugo Meunier went undercover as a Walmart employee for three months in St. Leonard, Quebec, just north of Montreal. In great detail, Meunier charts the daily life of an impoverished Walmart worker, referring to his shifts at the box store giant as “somewhere between the army and Walt Disney.”

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  • R Is for Reparations

    By Global Afrikan Congress – Nova Scotia Chapter     February 2019

    R is for Reparations invites readers to listen to the voices of young activists as they share their hopes, dreams and opinions about the global demand for redress, compensation and restitution in addressing the tragedy and resulting political, social, and economic damage caused to African People by the Atlantic Slave trade.

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    A Roseway Book
  • Keywords

    The New Language of Capitalism

    By John Patrick Leary     December 2018

    In Keywords: The New Language of Capitalism, John Patrick Leary chronicles the rise of a new vocabulary in the twenty-first century.

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  • The World Turned Upside Down?

    The Socialist Register 2019

    Edited by Leo Panitch and Greg Albo     December 2018

    The latest edition of the Socialist Register explores a range of pressing issues and asks what we can expect from the recent social and political changes occurring across the globe.

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