Book Search

  • Topic: Indigenous Resistance & Decolonization
  • Making Space for Indigenous Feminism, 2nd Edition

    Edited by Joyce Green     Forthcoming October 2017

    Written by Indigenous feminists and allies, this book provides a powerful and original intellectual and political contribution demonstrating that feminism has much to offer Indigenous women, and all Indigenous peoples, in their struggles against oppression.

    Learn More
  • Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit

    What Inuit Have Always Known to Be True

    Edited by Joe Karetak, Frank Tester and Shirley Tagalik     September 2017

    Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit — meaning all the extensive knowledge and experience passed from generation to generation — is a collection of contributions by well- known and respected Inuit Elders. The book functions as a way of preserving important knowledge and tradition, contextualizing that knowledge within Canada’s colonial legacy and providing an Inuit perspective on how we relate to each other, to other living beings and the environment.

    Learn More
  • The Medicine of Peace

    Indigenous Youth Decolonizing Healing and Resisting Violence

    By Jeffrey Paul Ansloos     April 2017

    In The Medicine of Peace, Jeffrey Ansloos explores the complex intersections of colonial violence, the current status of Indigenous youth in Canada in regards to violence and the possibilities of critical-Indigenous psychologies of nonviolence.

    Learn More
  • The Winona LaDuke Chronicles

    Stories from the Front Lines in the Battle for Environmental Justice

    By Winona LaDuke     January 2017

    Chronicles is a major work, a collection of current, pressing and inspirational stories of Indigenous communities from the Canadian subarctic to the heart of Dine Bii Kaya, Navajo Nation.

    Learn More
  • Sacred Feminine

    An Indigenous Art Colouring Book

    By Jackie Traverse     October 2016

    Sacred Feminine is a colouring book by Anishinaabe artist Jackie Traverse.

    Learn More
    A Roseway Book
  • Unsettled Expectations

    Uncertainty, Land and Settler Decolonization

    By Eva Mackey     September 2016

    “An invaluable contribution to the scholarly literature on settler colonialism.” — Mark Rifkin, author of Settler Common Sense

    Learn More
  • Nta’tugwaqanminen

    Our Story: Evolution of the Gespe’gewa’gi Mi’gmaq

    By Gespe’gewa’gi Mi’gmawei Mawiomi  Foreword by Satsan (Herb George)     January 2016

    Nta’tugwaqanminen provides evidence that the Mi’gmaq of the Gespe’gewa’gi (Northern New Brunswick and the Gaspé Peninsula) have occupied their territory since time immemorial.

    Learn More
  • More Will Sing Their Way to Freedom

    Indigenous Resistance and Resurgence

    Edited by Elaine Coburn  Foreword by Emma LaRocque     October 2015

    The underlying argument of More Will Sing Their Way to Freedom is that colonial-capitalism is a historical fact but not an inevitability. By analyzing and detailing various forms of Indigenous resistance and resurgence, the authors here describe practices and visions that prefigure a possible world where there is justice for Indigenous peoples and renewed healthy relationships with “all our relations.”

    Learn More
  • Settler

    Identity and Colonialism in 21st Century Canada

    By Emma Battell Lowman and Adam J. Barker     October 2015

    “Both callous and empathetic approaches to indigenous dysfunction have always focused on the Indian ‘problem.’ And yet, settler colonialism as a mode of domination is fundamentally constituted by the unequal relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous collectives. This book finally focuses on the real ‘problem.’ It was hidden in plain sight all along: the settler.” — Lorenzo Veracini, associate professor of history and politics, Swinburne University of Technology, author of Settler Colonialism

    Learn More
  • Indigenous Nationhood

    Empowering Grassroots Citizens

    By Pamela Palmater  Foreword by Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair     October 2015

    “Pamela Palmater is one of the strong voices of a new generation of Native activists and intellectuals. Her essays on Indigenous Nationhood are intelligent, thoughtful, and well informed. And they take no prisoners.” — Thomas King, author of An Inconvenient Indian and many others.

    Learn More