Books tagged: Feminism & Feminist Theory

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Canadian Woman Studies

Edited by Nuzhat Amin, Frances Beer, and Kathryn McPherson

Canadian Woman Studies: An Introductory Reader is a collection of articles on various themes and topics which are at the forefront of feminist inquiry and research. This best-selling volume is an excellent introduction to the strides women and girls have made in the past twenty ... Read more

Canadian Woman Studies

Edited by Brenda Cranney & Sheila Molloy

Canadian Woman Studies: An Introductory Reader, 3rd Revised and Updated Edition, brings together articles on themes and topics at the forefront of feminist inquiry and research. Compiled of articles previously published in one of Canada's oldest feminist journals, Canadian Woman ... Read more

Changing Places

Edited by Valerie Burton & Jean Guthrie

The title of this collection balances Changing Places with Relocation and Empathy because, in each chapter, the authors bring closer the promise of change by reaching out to people who have been dispossessed. In doing so, they reject abstraction, preferring to hear out and come ... Read more


By Sarah Barmak




We think of the modern woman as sexually liberated – if anything, we’re told we’re oversexed. Yet a striking number of women are dissatisfied with their sex lives. Over half ... Read more

Corridor Talk

Edited by Rachel Berman

Corridor Talk contains contributions from feminist scholars from across Canada from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds. When the anthropologist Paul Rainbow coined the term, 'corridor talk,' he used it to refer to information that was relegated to side chats with colleagues, ... Read more

Crooked Good, The

By Louise Bernice Halfe

Poetic tales that unfold through the voice of ê-kwêskît, Turn-Around Woman--tales imbued with vital themes of Indigenous experience: culture, language, colonialism, residential schools and more. The poems of The Crooked Good are threaded throughout with names, phrases, and ... Read more

Decolonization and Afro-Feminism

By Sylvia Tamale

Why do so many Africans believe they cannot break the "One Step Forward, Two Steps Back" cycle? Six decades after colonial flags were lowered and African countries gained formal independence, the continent struggles to free itself from the deep legacies of colonialism, imperialism ... Read more

Every Boy I Ever Kissed

By Nellwyn Lampert

A bold step toward a new cultural narrative around sex

Sex was supposed to be easy. It was supposed to be fun, liberating, and empowering for a girl who’d been brought up thinking the battle for sexual equality had been won. But for Nellwyn Lampert, losing her virginity would ... Read more