A work of speculative fiction that explores how America’s growing economic inequalities and social unrest spiral into an empire in ruins.
Change a Life, Change your Own
Child Sponsorship, the Discourse of Development, and the Production of Ethical Subjects
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
Causes, Consequences and Remedies
This edited collection introduces and explores the causes and consequences of precarious employment in Canada and across the world.
An Illustrated History of Drug Prohibition in Canada
Visually engaging and approachably written, Busted is a timely examination of Canada’s history of drug control and movements against that control. Susan Boyd argues that in order to chart the future, it is worthwhile for us as Canadians to know our history of prohibition.
Chief Lightning Bolt
With We Were Not the Savages, Daniel Paul changed the way the world understood the history of Eastern Canada and the fully developed civilization that existed before the arrival of the European explorers and settlers, and the nature of the subsequent violent attack on that culture. With Chief Lightning Bolt, Paul shows us exactly what was lost, the beauty of the Mi’kma’ki that once existed, the culture that survived and is only now beginning to recover.
Mapping Geographies of Violence
Mapping Geographies of Violence presents readers with a larger understanding and analysis of how violence, far from just an expression of individuals or groups, is rooted in social constructs like class, patriarchy and racism.
Research for Social Justice, 2nd Edition
A Community-Based Participatory Approach
Runaway Wives and Rogue Feminists
The Origins of the Women’s Shelter Movement in Canada
In the supposedly enlightened ’60s and ’70s, violence against women didn’t make the news. It didn’t exist. Yet in 1973 — with no statistics, no money and little public support — five disparate groups of Canadian women quietly opened the country’s first battered women’s shelters. Today, there are well over 600.
We Can Do Better
Ideas for Changing Society
In We Can Do Better, David Camfield lays out a theoretical basis for political and social change that fuses critical Marxism with insights from anti-racist queer feminism. This reconstructed historical materialism treats capitalism and class as inextricably interwoven with gender, race and sexuality.
Canadian Crime Films, Culture and Society
What do Canadian films say about crime and justice in Canada? What purpose to Canadian crime films serve politically and culturally?