Books published by Canadian Scholars’ Press

Identity and Belonging

Canadian Scholars’ Press | June 28, 2017 | 278 pages
Canadian society is rapidly evolving. By 2017, persons belonging to a visible minority group will comprise 20 percent of the population. In Canada's major cities, the proportion of persons classified as visible minority is expected to exceed 50 percent. Canada is a country that is not very sure of... More Info

The Dark Side of the Nation

Canadian Scholars’ Press | January 1, 2000 | 182 pages
These feminist Marxist and anti-racist essays speak to important current political issues. Though they begin from experiences of non-white people living in Canada, they provide a critical theoretical perspective capable of exploring similar issues in other Western and Third World countries. This... More Info

Trans Activism in Canada

Canadian Scholars’ Press | May 5, 2014 | 312 pages
Centring the voices and experiences of trans identified people as experts on their own lives and agents of change, Trans Activism in Canada opens up a dialogue between scholars and community members in an effort to improve the lives of sex and gender variant people. The first of its kind, this... More Info

No Crystal Stair

Canadian Scholars’ Press | January 1, 2004 | 247 pages
Marion Willow, a proud young widow, must work at two jobs to ensure that her three girls develop life styles not hindered by class and colour.  More Info

Canadian Men and Masculinities

Canadian Scholars’ Press | November 1, 2012 | 310 pages
This is a provocative new volume that examines men and masculinity across Canadian history and culture and sets it against the broader context of neoliberal globalization. This edited collection adopts a multi-perspective social inquiry and interdisciplinary approach and takes into careful... More Info

Queerly Canadian

Canadian Scholars’ Press | September 1, 2012 | 550 pages
In this remarkable and comprehensive anthology, many of Canada's leading sexuality studies scholars examine the fundamental role that sexuality has played -- and continues to play -- in the building of our nation, and in our national narratives, myths, and anxieties about Canadian identity.... More Info