Tyler A. Shipley

Tyler A. Shipley is a Professor of Society, Culture and Commerce in the Department of Liberal Studies at Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning. He holds a PhD in Political Science from York University.

  • Agriculture and the Generation Problem

    By Ben White     Forthcoming March 2020

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  • Restless Ideas

    Contemporary Social Theory in an Anxious Age

    By Tony Simmons     Forthcoming January 2020

    Tony Simmons illustrates how social theory provides us with the skills for more informed observation, analysis and empathic understanding of social behaviour and social interaction.

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  • In Defense of Julian Assange

    Edited by Tariq Ali and Margaret Kunstler     Forthcoming December 2019

    “I think the prosecution of Assange would be a very, very bad precedent for publishers … from everything I know, he’s in a classic publisher’s position and I think the law would have a very hard time drawing a distinction between The New York Times and WikiLeaks.” —David McCraw, lead lawyer for The New York Times

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  • Frontline Farmers

    How the National Farmers Union Resists Agribusiness and Creates Our New Food Future

    Edited by Annette Aurélie Desmarais     November 2019

    Who grows the food we eat? How important is it that family farms are viable in Canada today and in the future? How do viable family farms help determine the safety, diversity and sustainability of Canada’s food systems? Why is this important to those of us who do not farm?

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  • Beyond Market Dystopia

    New Ways of Living

    Edited by Leo Panitch and Greg Albo     November 2019

    How can we build a future with better health and homes, respecting people and the environment?

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  • The Desirable Sister

    By Taslim Burkowicz     October 2019

    “Presented like a kaleidoscopic tapestry, we watch with fascination as Gia and Serena come of age and emerge from the grip of race and colour to become independent young women. Taslim Burkowicz is a masterful storyteller of intimate details that are surprising and sometimes shocking.”

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    A Roseway Book
  • The Daughter Who Walked Away

    By Kimia Eslah     October 2019

    A powerful and beautiful debut novel by Kimia Eslah, The Daughter Who Walked Away explores the lives of three Iranian women, across three generations, as they struggle to love and be loved unconditionally

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    A Roseway Book
  • Development in Latin America

    Toward a New Future

    By Maristella Svampa     October 2019

    In Development in Latin America, Maristella Svampa explores the contemporary development and resistance dynamics of capitalist development — the workings (on people and societies) of the world capitalist system — in the context of Latin America, where these dynamics have had their most notable outcomes.

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  • Reconciliation in Practice

    A Cross-Cultural Perspective

    Edited by Ranjan Datta     October 2019

    Reconciliation in Practice reminds us that reconciliation is an ongoing process, not an event, and that decolonizing our relationships and building new ones based on understanding and respect is empowering for all of us — Indigenous, settler, immigrant and refugee alike.

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  • Thirty Years of Failure

    Understanding Canadian Climate Policy

    By Robert MacNeil     October 2019

    How did Canada go from climate leader to climate villain?

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