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  • No-Nonsense Guide to Equality

    By Danny Dorling  

    A highly readable and referenced guide to the subject of equality

    Published March 2012

  • Whose Streets?

    The Toronto G20 and the Challenges of Summit Protest

    Edited by Tom Malleson and David Wachsmuth  

    Activists, arrestees, and academics offer their views on the June 2010 G20 protests: contexts and analyses and-most importantly-lessons for activists for future struggles

    Published November 2011

  • Committing Theatre

    Theatre Radicalism and Political Intervention in Canada

    By Alan Filewod  

    The first full-length historical study of political intervention theatre and theatrical spectatorship in English Canada

    • Ann Saddlemyer Award, Canadian Association for Theatre Research, 2012 (Winner)
    • Gabrielle Roy Prize, Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures, 2011 (Shortlisted)

    Published September 2011

  • No-Nonsense Guide to World History, 3rd edition

    By Chris Brazier  

    New context–climate change and global financial crisis–added to a best-selling No-Nonsense Guide

    Published September 2011

  • Home and Native Land

    Unsettling Multiculturalism in Canada

    Edited by May Chazan, Lisa Helps, Anna Stanley and Sonali Thakkar  

    Challenging-unsettling-our commonly held understanding of multiculturalism.

    Published July 2011

  • Generation NGO

    Edited by Alisha Nicole Apale and Valerie Stam  

    A collection that provides glimpses to the journey begun when international development professionals touch down in foreign land.

    Published May 2011

  • No-Nonsense Guide to Global Surveillance

    By Robin Tudge  

    In a world of security cameras, border control, email, and DNA, this book examines the extent to which Big Brother is watching us all

    Published April 2011

  • Persistent Poverty

    Voices From the Margins

    By Brice Balmer, Mira Dineen and Jamie Swift  

    Gives voice to our most vulnerable neighbors—-people marginalized by joblessness, disability, poverty level wages, and mental illness

    • Speakers Book Award, Legislative Assembly of Ontario, 2012 (Shortlisted)

    Published December 2010

  • Random Acts of Culture

    Reclaiming Art and Community in the 21st Century

    By Clarke Mackey  

    An unsentimental, optimistic book about the art of living in apocalyptic times

    Published October 2010

  • No-Nonsense Guide to Green Politics

    By Derek Wall  

    A primer for the collision of climate change and politics

    Published September 2010

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