Art & Politics
Edited by Gerald McMaster & Nina Vincent
Arctic/Amazon: Networks of Global Indigeneity offers a conversation between Indigenous Peoples of two regions in this time of political and environmental upheaval. Both regions are environmentally sensitive areas that have become hot spots in the debates circling around climate ... Read more
Nekt wikuhpon ehpit
Edited by Terry Graff
No present without the past. No equality without feminism.
Nekt wikuhpon ehpit chronicles the sources, inspiration, and personal circumstances that have shaped Shirley Bear’s visual art, poetry, and political activism and presents the integral relationship amongst these important ... Read more
By Roewan Crowe
Illustrated by Paul Robles
Roewan Crowe's compelling and haunting literary debut, Quivering Land, is a rather queer Western, engaging with poetics and politics to reckon with the legacies of violence and colonization in the West.
Written in a sparse style, this lonely, sometimes brutal book invites the ... Read more
Edited by Anna Hudson, Heather Igloliorte, and Jan-Erik Lundström
Winner, Melva J. Dwyer Award
Honourable Mention, Canadian Museums Association Award for Outstanding Achievement (Research)
Qummut Qukiria! celebrates art and culture within and beyond traditional Inuit and Sámi homelands in the Circumpolar Arctic — from the continuance of longstanding ... Read more
The Land We Are
Edited by Gabrielle L'Hirondelle Hill & Sophie McCall
The Land We Are is a stunning collection of writing and art that interrogates the current era of reconciliation in Canada. Using visual, poetic, and theoretical language, the contributors approach reconciliation as a problematic narrative about Indigenous-settler relations, but ... Read more
By David Lester
Illustrated by David Lester
1933: In a small German state, the last democratic election is about to take place before a failed artist named Hitler seizes power. The election is Hitler's chance to manipulate events that will lead to the death of millions.
2010: After a man dies during a political act inspired ... Read more
By Tara Atluri
Theodor Adorno once remarked that, “…every work of art is an uncommitted crime. ” This book is a tribute to political artists who deviate from the mainstream and create art that engages with questions of societal oppression, survival, and resistance. It draws on interviews ... Read more