Ross Higgins

  • Take Back The Fight

    Organizing Feminism for the Digital Age

    By Nora Loreto     Forthcoming November 2020

    In Take Back The Fight, Nora Loreto examines the state of modern feminism in Canada and argues that feminists must organize to take back feminism from politicians, business leaders and journalists who distort and obscure its power.

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  • Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada

    A Mechanism of Decolonization

    By Sarah MacKenzie     Forthcoming November 2020

    Closely analyzing dramatic texts by Monique Mojica, Marie Clements, and Yvette Nolan, MacKenzie explores representations of gendered colonialist violence in order to determine the varying ways in which these representations are employed subversively and informatively by Indigenous women.

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  • Finding Our Niche

    Toward A Restorative Human Ecology

    By Philip A. Loring     Forthcoming November 2020

    In Finding Our Niche, Philip A. Loring explores the tragedies of Western society and offers examples and analyses that can guide us in reconciling our damaging settler-colonial histories and tremendous environmental missteps in favor of a more sustainable and just vision for the future.

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  • Identifying as Arab in Canada

    A Century of Immigration History

    By Houda Asal     Forthcoming November 2020

    While “Arabs” now attract considerable attention – from media, the state, and sociological studies – their history in Canada remains little known. Identifying as Arab in Canada begins to rectify this invisibilization by exploring the migration from Machrek (the Middle East) to Canada from the late 19th century through the 1970s.

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  • Warrior Life

    Indigenous Resistance and Resurgence

    By Pamela Palmater     Forthcoming October 2020

    “In this moment of multiple existential crises from climate change to species extinction, ocean degradation, toxic pollution and so on, the Indigenous struggle to regain authority over land provides an opportunity to see our place in the world differently. To me, that is what Palmater’s fiery rhetoric is calling for, a chance to see the world through the lenses of different values.” —David Suzuki

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  • Land-Water-Sky / Ndè-Tı-Yat’a

    By Katłıà     Forthcoming October 2020

    Land-Water-Sky/Ndè-Tı-Yat’a is the debut novel from Dene author Katłįà. Set in Canada’s far north, this layered composite novel traverses space and time, from a community being stalked by a dark presence, a group of teenagers out for a dangerous joyride, to an archeological site on a mysterious island that holds a powerful secret.

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    A Roseway Book
  • Extractivisms

    Politics, Economy and Ecology

    By Eduardo Gudynas     Forthcoming October 2020

    Nature and communities in the global south is being overwhelmed at a shocking rate. In many places this is due to ventures such as large-scale open-pit mining, oil extraction in tropical areas, and the spread of monocultures. These and other such forms of natural resource appropriation are usually known as extractivisms.

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  • Black Matters

    By Afua Cooper  By Wilfried Raussert     Forthcoming October 2020

    Halifax’s Poet Laureate Afua Cooper and photographer Wilfried Raussert collaborate in this book of poems and photographs focused on everyday Black experiences.

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    A Roseway Book
  • To Be A Water Protector

    The Rise of the Wiindigoo Slayers

    By Winona LaDuke     Forthcoming September 2020

    Winona LaDuke is a leader in cultural-based sustainable development strategies, renewable energy, sustainable food systems and Indigenous rights. To Be a Water Protector, explores issues that have been central to her activism for many years — sacred Mother Earth, our despoiling of Earth and the activism at Standing Rock and opposing Line 3.

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  • Text Messages

    Or How I Found Myself Time Travelling

    By Yassin “Narcy” Alsalman     Forthcoming September 2020

    Text Messages is the first multi-genre collection by Montreal-based Iraqi hip-hop artist, activist, and professor Yassin “Narcy” Alsalman.

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