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Remodelling Communication: From WWII to the WWW
Remodelling Communication: From WWII to the WWW
By Gary Genosko

Providing a dynamic, forward-looking reorientation towards a new universe of reference, Remodelling Communication makes a significant, productive contribution to communication theory.

Published May 2013
The Great Reversal: How We Let Technology Take Control of the Planet
The Great Reversal: How We Let Technology Take Control of the Planet
David Edward Tabachnick
Foreword by Darin Barney

As the rise of technology threatens our very humanity, Tabachnick emphasizes that we still may have time to recover and develop these capacities – but we must first decide how far we want to allow technology to determine our existence and our future.

Published Feb 2013
The Natural City: Re-envisioning the Built Environment
The Natural City: Re-envisioning the Built Environment
Edited by Ingrid Leman Stefanovic and Stephen Bede Scharper

Recognizing the need to better link the humanities with public policy, The Natural City offers unique insights for the development of an alternative vision of urban life.

Published Dec 2011
Immigration Dialectic: Imagining Community, Economy, and Nation
Immigration Dialectic: Imagining Community, Economy, and Nation
By Harald Bauder

Providing close analysis of themes such as belonging, economic impacts, and national security, Immigration Dialectic will appeal to anyone interested in contemporary discussions on immigration.

Published Nov 2011
The Event of the Thing: Derrida's Post-Deconstructive Realism
The Event of the Thing: Derrida's Post-Deconstructive Realism
Michael Marder

The Event of the Thing is the most complete examination to date of Derrida's understanding of thinghood and its crucial role in psychoanalysis, ethics, literary theory, aesthetics, and Marxism.

Published Jan 2009
Identity and Justice
Identity and Justice
Ian Angus

In this provocative study of the task of English-Canadian philosophy, Ian Angus contends that English Canada harbours a secret and unofficial dream of self-rule that is revealed through critiques of empire.

Published Nov 2008
The Art of Science
The Art of Science
By Boris Castel and Sergio Sismondo
"Clearly analyzing the narratives, myths, and controversies at play in modern science, The Art of Science is an engaging exercise in the social study of human creativity." - Mark Kingwell, University of Toronto
Published Aug 2008
Contextual Subjects: Family, State, and Relational Theory
Contextual Subjects: Family, State, and Relational Theory
By Robert Leckey

Contextual Subjects is the most thorough and sustained application of relational theory to legal examples to appear to date. It is unique in Canadian legal scholarship for the way it pairs family law and administrative law, and within legal scholarship in English for its integration of common law and civil law.

Published Feb 2008
Socrates on Trial: A Play Based on Aristophane's Clouds and Plato's Apology, Crito, and Phaedo Adapted for Modern Performance
Socrates on Trial: A Play Based on Aristophane's Clouds and Plato's Apology, Crito, and Phaedo Adapted for Modern Performance
By A.D. Irvine

Complete with production and classroom notes, this modern recasting of the Socrates story will make riveting reading both inside and outside the classroom.

Published Nov 2007
Law and Morality: Readings in Legal Philosophy
Law and Morality: Readings in Legal Philosophy
Edited by David Dyzenhaus, Sophia Reibetanz Moreau, and Arthur Ripstein

Since its first publication in 1996, Law and Morality has filled a long-standing need for a contemporary Canadian textbook in the philosophy of law. Now in its third edition, this anthology has been thoroughly revised and updated, and includes new chapters on equality, judicial review, and terrorism and the rule of law.

Published Jun 2007