Rights Canada 2023–2024: Non-Fiction

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The Indigenous Stewardship of Environment and Alternative Development (INSTEAD) research program is a knowledge co-creation partnership of Indigenous communities, representative organizations, university ...

Concrete Women

By (author) Tara Atluri
Categories: Social Science
Series: Inanna Publications

People who live in South Asian cities re-shape politics and actualize constitutional rights, in
parks, on playgrounds, and in city streets. Each chapter in this book discusses feminist,
Transgender, and ...

The Contemporary Leonard Cohen

Edited by Joel Deshaye & Kait Pinder
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Contemporary Leonard Cohen is an exciting new study that offers an original explanation of Leonard Cohen’s staying power and his various positions in music, literature, and art.
The death of Leonard ...

The Cancer Plot

In The Cancer Plot, Reginald Wiebe and Dorothy Woodman examine the striking presence of cancer in Marvel comics. Engaging comics studies, medical humanities, and graphic medicine, they explore this disease ...

Food Mobilities

Edited by Daniel E. Bender & Simone Cinotto
Categories: Cooking
Series: Culinaria

Bringing together multidisciplinary scholars from the growing discipline of food studies, Food Mobilities examines food provisioning and the food cultures of the world, historically and in contemporary ...

Black Harbour

By (author) Xaiver Campbell & Heather Barrett
Categories: Social Science

It has been largely assumed that Black people are only recently settlers in Newfoundland and Labrador. Certainly. In fact, the sordid history of Black slavery within the British colony—and the role ...

The Mantle of Struggle

By (author) Irving Andre
Foreword by David Austin
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Rosie Douglas, former prime minister of Dominica, had a life unlike any other modern politician. After leaving home to study agriculture in Canada, he became a member of the young Conservatives, under ...

Skating on Thin Ice

Skating on Thin Ice exposes the culture of toxic masculinity in professional hockey and suggests how sport and society can change the narrative on sexual assault and violence.

Why is it that professional ...

Plundering the North

By (author) Kristin Burnett & Travis Hay
Categories: Political Science

The manufacturing of a chronic food crisis

Food insecurity in the North is one of Canada’s most shameful public health and human rights crises. In Plundering the North, Kristin Burnett and Travis Hay ...

Fail-Safe Strategies for Science & Literacy

By (author) Sandra Mirabelli & Lionel Sandner
Categories: Education

Effective teaching can be found where science and literacy overlap. This book helps teachers streamline busy schedules by focusing on cognitive skills shared by science and language arts. Designed to ...