Linda R. Melvern\
Essential Work, Disposable Workers
Migration, Capitalism and Class
A book about the massive expansion precarious work under neoliberalism and how migrant workers are challenging the conditions of their hyper-exploitation through struggles for worker rights and justice.
Out To Defend Ourselves
A History of Montreal’s First Haitian Street Gang
The book provides a social history of Montreal’s first Haitian street gang and the changing city in which it emerged.
Scoundrels and Shirkers
Capitalism and Poverty in Britain
This book integrates a sophisticated analysis of contemporary poverty with a full historical account of capitalism.
Making a Home
Assisted Living in the Community for Young Disabled People
This book documents Powley’s fight for young disabled people to live in the community rather than being institutionalized in nursing homes.
Realizing a Good Life
Men’s Pathways out of Drugs and Crime
Criminalized men tell us how they overcame trauma, racism, poverty and abuse. Personal and institutional supports of caring are key – being cared for and caring for others.
About Canada: Dental Care
Dental care in Canada is for those who can afford it. What will it take to make oral healthcare free?
The Political Economy of Agribusiness
A Critical Development Perspective
This book analyzes global economic policies that impact rural communities, land use, food sovereignty and environmental justice.
The Seventy-Year Fight for Public Housing in Winnipeg
Business interests have fought hard against public housing by doing their utmost to limit city democracy.
Driving in Palestine التحرّك في فلسطين
This research-creation project by artist Rehab Nazzal documents the politics of surveillance and mobility in contemporary Palestine through photos, hand-drawn maps and critical essays in English and Arabic.
The Politics of Transnational Movements
This book draws upon political economy and political ecology debates to focus on the socio-ecological dynamics of fisheries politics.