Feminist Utopias: Re-Visioning Our Futures - Margrit Eichler, June Larkin & Sheila Neysmith, Eds: Authors in this volume examine feminist utopias, hightlighting what they see as visionary, exciting and useful, as well as the pitfalls. The volume includes articles by: Susan Stratton, Catriona Sandilands, Susan Mika and D.Alissa Trotz, Lois Wilson, Katherine Arnup, Yvonne Deutsch, Diana Majury, Patricia E. (Ellie) Perkins and Floya Anthias among many others $22.95

Feminist Utopias: Re-Visioning Our Futures - Margrit Eichler, June Larkin & Sheila Neysmith, Eds: Authors in this volume examine feminist utopias, hightlighting what they see as visionary, exciting and useful, as well as the pitfalls. The volume includes articles by: Susan Stratton, Catriona Sandilands, Susan Mika and D.Alissa Trotz, Lois Wilson, Katherine Arnup, Yvonne Deutsch, Diana Majury, Patricia E. (Ellie) Perkins and Floya Anthias among many others $22.95

Equity and How to Get It: Rescuing Graduate Studies - Kay Armatage, Ed: This collection offers a variety of critiques of the current state of equity in post-secondary educational institutions, specifically at the graduate level, and challenges the patriarchal Eurocentrism of the traditional academic canon which has bee a cornerstone of equity theory.  Contributors include: William Haver, Juanita Westmoreland-Traoré, Patricia Monture Angus, Irina Zherebkina, Roberta Lamb, and Terry Provost…

Equity and How to Get It: Rescuing Graduate Studies - Kay Armatage, Ed: This collection offers a variety of critiques of the current state of equity in post-secondary educational institutions, specifically at the graduate level, and challenges the patriarchal Eurocentrism of the traditional academic canon which has bee a cornerstone of equity theory. Contributors include: William Haver, Juanita Westmoreland-Traoré, Patricia Monture Angus, Irina Zherebkina, Roberta Lamb, and Terry Provost…

Our Words, Our Revolutions - G. Sophie Harding, Ed: “A variety of genres are represented here—from life-writing to poetry to short autofiction. Students will buy, read, and enjoy this compelling collection, which represents the voices of women who who have not been visible in more ways than one. There is a repeated theme in these works: ‘see me for who I am’—a theme that begs readers to see better—to look and see.” - Marlene Kadar, York University $17.95

Our Words, Our Revolutions: Di/Verse Voices of Black Women, First Nations Women, and Women of Colour in Canada

Confronting the Cuts: A Sourcebook for Women in Ontario - Luciana Ricciutelli, June Larkin & Eimear O'Neill, Eds: By exposing some of the myths in fiscal policy development and critiquing social policy reform, this book is an important resource tool for women and community groups beginning the process of developing innovative strategies to deal with the effects of the cuts. For discussions of social policy reform and its impact, this book is a crucial sourcebook $13.95

Confronting the Cuts: A Sourcebook for Women in Ontario - Luciana Ricciutelli, June Larkin & Eimear O'Neill, Eds: By exposing some of the myths in fiscal policy development and critiquing social policy reform, this book is an important resource tool for women and community groups beginning the process of developing innovative strategies to deal with the effects of the cuts. For discussions of social policy reform and its impact, this book is a crucial sourcebook $13.95

Feminism(s) on the Edge of the Millennium: Rethinking Foundations and Future Debates - Krista Hunt & Christine Saulnier, Eds: This book showcase the work and contribution of graduate students to current feminist debates and the development of ³new² feminist theory. The volume features articles by: Melanie Stewart Miller, Lucy Luccisano, Chris Klassen, Debra Langan, Joanne H. Wright, Michelle Lowry and Diana Crocker, as well as Christine Saulnier and Krista Hunt $19.95

Feminism(s) on the Edge of the Millennium: Rethinking Foundations and Future Debates - Krista Hunt & Christine Saulnier, Eds: This book showcase the work and contribution of graduate students to current feminist debates and the development of ³new² feminist theory. The volume features articles by: Melanie Stewart Miller, Lucy Luccisano, Chris Klassen, Debra Langan, Joanne H. Wright, Michelle Lowry and Diana Crocker, as well as Christine Saulnier and Krista Hunt $19.95

Canadian Woman Studies: An Introductory Reader - Nuzhat Amin, Frances Beer, Kathryn McPherson, Andrea Medovarski, Angela Miles, and Goli Rezai-Rashti, Eds: These important articles were previously published in Canadian Woman Studies/les cahiers de la femme, it offers a historical perspective of feminist thought in Canada, as well as the development of this curriculum as a field of innovative research. Sections include: debates; economy; race, class, and gender; violence; media; and health…

Canadian Woman Studies: An Introductory Reader - Nuzhat Amin, Frances Beer, Kathryn McPherson, Andrea Medovarski, Angela Miles, and Goli Rezai-Rashti, Eds: These important articles were previously published in Canadian Woman Studies/les cahiers de la femme, it offers a historical perspective of feminist thought in Canada, as well as the development of this curriculum as a field of innovative research. Sections include: debates; economy; race, class, and gender; violence; media; and health…

Graduate Women's Studies: Visions and Realities - Ann B. Shteir, Ed: "This superb ingathering of Women's Studies perspectives, with its multiple realities and disputations, is a bridge to the next century for students, scholars, and all who want to participate in the intellectual revolution of our times...this volume moves (at times glides) between aerial visions and the daily, earthy tasks of transforming the academy and indeed the world" - Frieda Forman, OISE, University of Toronto $11.95

Graduate Women's Studies: Visions and Realities - Ann B. Shteir, Ed: "This superb ingathering of Women's Studies perspectives, with its multiple realities and disputations, is a bridge to the next century for students, scholars, and all who want to participate in the intellectual revolution of our times...this volume moves (at times glides) between aerial visions and the daily, earthy tasks of transforming the academy and indeed the world" - Frieda Forman, OISE, University of Toronto $11.95

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