Lessons in Gendered Racism and Queer Life
Fighting Feelings investigates the lived experiences of women of colour to reveal the complex ways that white supremacy is felt, endured, and navigated.
Racism in Southern Alberta and Anti-Racist Activism for Change
The Solidarity Encounter
Women, Activism, and Creating Non-Colonizing Relations
This compassionate yet unflinching exposé of the pitfalls of Indigenous–non-Indigenous solidarity work offers a constructive framework for non-colonizing solidarity that can be applied in any context of unequal power.
Race, Privilege, and Cultural Economies of the Okanagan Valley
White Space offers a compelling analysis of how whiteness sustains settler privilege and maintains social inequity in the BC interior.
Queen of the Maple Leaf
Beauty Contests and Settler Femininity
Queen of the Maple Leaf reveals the role of beauty pageants in entrenching settler femininity and white heteropatriarchy at the heart of twentieth-century Canada.
He Thinks He's Down
White Appropriations of Black Masculinities in the Civil Rights Era
Offering fresh insights and raising important questions, this historical exploration of appropriation traces the ways in which gender and race were negotiated through the popular culture of the Civil Rights Era.
Identity and Memory in an Irish Diaspora Neighbourhood
This vibrant biography of Griffintown, an inner-city Irish Catholic neighbourhood in Montreal, brings to life the history of Irish identity and collective memory in this legendary enclave.
Dominion of Race
Rethinking Canada’s International History
Challenging well-entrenched ideas and mythologies, this book shows how race has informed Canada’s international history and is woven into the fabric of understandings of Canada in the world.
The Chinese and Canada
As China’s international influence grows, this timely collection reveals how the global movement of the country’s people, culture, information, and economy continues to shape Canadian cities and China itself.
Multicultural Nationalism (and Its Limits) in Canada’s Museums
This exploration of museums as sites for representing and defining national identity encourages us to reconsider the idea of the multicultural nation.
The Moral Economies of Ethnic and Nationalist Claims
Leading scholars investigate the complex role that competing moral economies play in ethnic and nationalist conflicts.
North to Bondage
Loyalist Slavery in the Maritimes
The first history of black slavery in the Maritimes, North to Bondage is a startling corrective to the enduring myth of Canada as a land of freedom at the end of the Underground Railroad.
Between Migration and Exile
An intimate portrait of one family’s displacement after the 1979 Iranian Revolution and their search for identity.
Media and the Coverage of Race in Canadian Politics
Framed shows how racialized news coverage influences the opportunities and experiences of political candidates and incumbents in Canada and, in turn, the outcomes of elections and democracy.
Managing Difference in Multinational States
This volume examines the implications of territorial pluralism for the peaceful and democratic management of difference in states characterized by ethnic, national, linguistic, or cultural divisions.
Evolving Realities and Emerging Challenges in a Postnational World
An essential primer for readers interested in tracing the development and dynamics of Canada’s immigration program and understanding the impact of recent federal reforms on Canadian society.
Mixed Race Amnesia
Resisting the Romanticization of Multiraciality
Mixed Race Amnesia explores how contemporary “progressive” attitudes toward multiraciality actually serve to obscure complex diasporic family histories while reinforcing colonialism.
African Canadians in Union Blue
Volunteering for the Cause in the Civil War
A landmark account of the background, motivations, and experiences of African Canadian volunteers in America’s Civil War.
Diasporic Chineseness after the Rise of China
Communities and Cultural Production
Leading international scholars examine the production of culture during China’s rise to global superpower in the last quarter of a century.
The Making of Chinese Prairie Canada
The voices of Chinese immigrants who settled in the pre-1950s Canadian prairies come alive in this extraordinary record of migration, settlement, and community life.
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