Mark Cronlund Anderson\
A New Global Geometry?
The Socialist Register 2024
The newest edition of The Socialist Register series.
Women in Black
Against Violence, For Peace With Justice
Women in Black works with other feminist movements, builds on shared strengths and develops joint actions.
Domicide and the Financialization of Rental Housing
Meticulously documents how real estate investment firms and government colluded to gentrify a racialized neighbourhood and how tenants fought back.
Indigenous Peoples have taken physical recreational activity – sport – back from the colonizers. One of very few books to show the two edges of sport: it colonized but is now decolonizing.
Three Iranian women from different generations working at Toronto City Hall respond to institutional racism while the city champions inclusion.
The Untimely Resurrection of John Alexander MacNeil
After willing himself back to life with sheer stubbornness, ninety-year-old John Alexander MacNeil finds Death sitting at his kitchen table.
Contested Global Governance Space and Transnational Agrarian Movements
An empirical, un-matched study of transnational movements deeply embedded in financialization theories.
Adorno’s Critique of Political Economy
The Structural Inequities of Capitalism, from Lehman Brothers to Covid-19
The most comprehensive account of the historical development of Adorno’s concept of economy and his critique of political economy.
Tipping Point for Advanced Capitalism
Class, Class Consciousness and Activism in the “Knowledge Economy”
Changes in the class structure and in class consciousness are setting the stage for new class alliances for economic democracy.
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.