• Change a Life, Change your Own

    Child Sponsorship, the Discourse of Development, and the Production of Ethical Subjects

    By Peter Ove     February 2018

    An examination of the ways that child sponsorship works not to raise children in the South out of poverty, but instead to convince people in the North that they are ethical subjects concerned about and aiding development

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  • From The Inside Looking Out

    Competing Ideas About Growing Old. Second Edition

    By Jeanette Auger, Diane Tedford-Litle and Brenda Wallace-Allen     February 2018

    A unique examination of the differences between the lived experiences of older persons and those who claim to be “experts” on their lives, namely Gerontologists and other providers of care.

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  • Big Island, Small

    By Maureen St. Clair     Forthcoming April 2018

    Big Island, Small is a story of intimacy and friendship between two Caribbean/Canadian women with similar, yet vastly different, backgrounds who must dismantle their assumptions and biases around race, class, gender and sexuality in order to make amends with violent pasts, release shame, find joy and reconnect with themselves and each other.

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  • Insatiable Machine

    By Zoë Robertson and Jesse Life     Forthcoming April 2018

    A work of speculative fiction that explores how America’s growing economic inequalities and social unrest spiral into an empire in ruins.

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  • Alt-Right

    From 4Chan to the White House

    By Mike Wendling     Forthcoming April 2018

    This book is a vital guide to understanding the racist, misogynist, far-right movement that rose to prominence during Donald Trump’s successful election campaign.

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  • Critical Development Studies

    An Introduction

    By Henry Veltmeyer and Raúl Delgado Wise     Forthcoming April 2018

    The first book in the Critical Development Studies is a searing expose of the whole development industry. It is an introduction to the critical approach to development focusing on the needs of people rather than the pursuit of profit.

  • Game Misconduct

    Injury, Fandom, and the Business of Sport

    By Nathan Kalman-Lamb     Forthcoming April 2018

    “At the heart of professional sports, insists Nathan Kalman-Lamb, is the sacrifice of the athletic body. Wading through a battlefield of injured players, obsessed fans, and profit-hungry owners, Game Misconduct reveals ugly secrets of the sports business. After reading this incisive analysis, none of us will ever watch a sports event in quite the same way—nor should we.” — David McNally, author of Global Slump

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  • Speculative Harvests

    Financialization, Food, and Agriculture

    By Jennifer Clapp and S. Ryan Isakson     Forthcoming April 2018

    The centralization of finance and the corporatization of agriculture is having a very dramatic impact on the quality and availability of the food we eat.

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  • There’s Something In The Water

    Environmental Racism in Indigenous & Black Communities

    By Ingrid R. G. Waldron     Forthcoming April 2018

    An expose of the environmental injustice practiced by the government of Nova Scotia against it’s marginalized communities.

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  • Legalizing Theft

    A Short Guide to Tax Havens

    By Alain Deneault     Forthcoming April 2018

    When our infrastructures deteriorate, when social benefits are frozen, when our living conditions are precarious, it is because of tax havens. A source of growing inequalities and colossal tax losses, the use of tax havens by large corporations and wealthy individuals explains austerity policies. Moreover, states have legalized these offshore schemes that contravene the very principle of taxation.

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