The Hudson’s Bay Company and Its North American Workforce, 1668–1786
An essential examination of the role of labourers in early modern Atlantic political-economic history.
Proceedings of the CIUS Fortieth Anniversary Conference, 14–15 October 2016
Conference proceedings discussing the past, present, and future of Ukrainian studies in North America.
The Art of Public Mourning
A multi-layered examination of the bombing of Air India Flight 182, and its representation.
Alberta Meets Pierre Elliott Trudeau, 1968–1972
An insightful history of the fractious early relationship between Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Alberta.
Transnational Perspectives on Canadian Literature
A trenchant scholarly exploration of how Canadian literature circulates in a transnational world.
Injustices and Activism
In-depth look at social, political, and economic conditions affecting farm workers’ struggles for their rights.
Multilateralism as State Strategy
Fifteen scholars examine theoretical foundations and the practice of multilateralism in contemporary world affairs.
Fifteen social economy case studies of community institutions organized by residents across Canada’s north.
Representation and Citizenship establishes the terms for engaging the meanings of citizenship in the world today by framing the issue as a pull between founding beliefs and multicultural trajectories.
An interdisciplinary exploration of four key issues in the theory and practice of citizenship.
Rethinking Age and Citizenship
A comprehensive examination of age, aging, and generational differences and the nature of citizenship.
Proud Son of China
Chester Ronning's life story offers a candid view of Canada's post-WWII diplomacy and China relations.
History, Identity, Law and Politics
Twelve essays look at Canadian Métis today in terms of history, identity, law, and politics.
New edition of the popular pocket-sized collection of former Detroit mayor Coleman Young’s most memorable quotes.
Legacies of Cheddi Jagan and Michael Manley
A pioneering collection of studies linking the political and labor backgrounds of two distinguished and dynamic leaders of the Caribbean and the Third World.
This groundbreaking study analyzes the relationship between the two powerful forces—church organizations and urban politics—within New York City and Detroit during the 19th and 20th centuries.
Conservative Public Policy and the Black Community
A study of the most racially conscious aspect of the Conservative movement and its impact on politics and current public policy.
The Transformation of Black Activism in Urban America
The Politics of Black Empowerment uses the experiences of grassroots activists to develop various conceptualizations and explanations of Black political behavior today.
The Transformation of the Caribbean Left
Leftist political movements, organizations, and trends in the English-speaking Caribbean.
An Analysis of Modern Afrocentric Political Movements
Based on original materials gathered from extensive international travel, hundreds of interviews and empirical field research, and text studies Pan-African organizations and their political activities inside black communities.