Book Review Apr 1
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Am Johal | "Remake the World" reads like a greatest hits package exposing the baked-in structural injustices that perpetuate political harm and give it its particularly hard-edged American form.
Book Review Mar 4
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Penney Kome | Two new children's books from Tradewind Books are perfect for these uncertain COVID times.
Book Review Feb 25
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Raluca Bejan | "Dead Epidemiologists" argues that we need to be less concerned with whether Wuhan's wet market was the origin of COVID-19 and instead focus our attention on the structural causes of disease.
Book Review Jan 7
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Monia Mazigh | In her book, Natasha Bakht delves into the lived experiences of Muslim women who wear the niqab and documents the discrimination they face in Canada's legal and political systems.
Book Review Dec 21
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Karen Burson | Paul Weinberg's collection of essays features writing by some of Hamilton's most engaged, passionate, and articulate citizens.
Book Review Nov 23
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Daniel Aureliano Newman | A new book captures the wonders of concrete but equivocates on the damage it does to the environment.
Book Review Nov 16
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Rayne Fisher-Quann | "Take Back the Fight" is a manifesto, a scathing criticism of the status quo, and a call to action for the next generation of feminists all in one.
Book Review Oct 19
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Navjeet Sidhu | An absorbing and revealing look at the brutal conditions inside one of Canada's wartime internment camps, where thousands were imprisoned during the First World War.
Book Review Oct 5
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Cristina D'Amico | Ronald Deibert's "Reset" presents a chilling portrait of our current communications infrastructure, but his solution misses the mark.
Book Review Sep 28
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Shanese Steele | Simpson's new novel "Noopiming" is a healing journey of Indigenous futurism through poetry, song and storytelling.
Book Review Sep 21
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Robert Hackett | Seth Klein's "A Good War" is the book every climate-concerned Canadian has been waiting for.
Book Review Sep 10
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Sheila Laroque | Billy-Ray Belcourt's new memoir will have a lasting impact on contemporary Indigenous writing.
Book Review Jun 25
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Graeme Pente | In a new collection of wide-ranging essays, Between the Lines offers a timely portrait of the world COVID-19 is still in the process of revealing and, perhaps, unmaking.
Book Review Jun 4
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Michael Nicholas | Jules Boykoff, a prolific critic of the Olympic games, convincingly demonstrates that zeroing in on anti-Olympics organizing can help us understand how local movements interact with global issues.
Book Review May 21
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Malcolm Araos | In his new book, James Wilt makes a convincing case for why public transit options better serve the most marginalized members of our society at a lower cost.

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