The Socialist Register 2023
Capital and Politics
The 59th annual volume of the Socialist Register.
Doing Anti-Oppressive Social Work, 4th ed.
Rethinking Theory and Practice
This book continues the strong tradition of three editions but adds new issues and cutting-edge critical reflection of anti-oppressive practice.
Solidarity Beyond Bars
Unionizing Prison Labour
The first book to examine prison labour in Canada argues unionizing incarcerated workers is critical for prison justice and labour movements.
Abolition is not only a political movement to end prisons; it is also an intimate one deeply motivated by love.
Frequently Asked White Questions
With humour and compassion, this book offers relatable advice and a practical entry point into conversations about race.
Worlds at Stake
Climate Politics, Ideology, and Justice
Our response to the climate crisis is powerfully shaped by our ideas about how the world works and how it ought to.
Future on Fire
Capitalism and the Politics of Climate Change
This book argues that only the power of disruptive mass social movements has the potential to force governments to make the changes we need, so supporters of climate justice should commit to building them.
Country of Poxes
Three Germs and the Taking of Territory
This story of land theft through the course of three diseases exposes how colonialism facilitates illness and profits from it.
Ruby Red Skies
A betrayed middle-aged mother embarks on a quest that takes her straight into B.C.’s wildfires and her ancient Mughal ancestry.
We Were Not The Savages, First Nations History, 4th ed.
Collision Between European and Native American Civilizations
The fourth edition of the history of settler colonialism and the European invasion of Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral, unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq.