Dilemmas of Free Expression
Edited by Emmett Macfarlane
Dilemmas of Free Expression offers forward-looking appraisals of ways to confront challenging moral issues, policy problems, and controversies that pay heed to the fundamental right to free expression.
Coloniality and Racial (In)Justice in the University: Counting for Nothing?
By Sunera Thobani
This book examines the disruption and remaking of the university at a moment in history when white supremacist politics have erupted across North America, as have anti-racist and anti-colonial movements. It debunks the popular claim that the university is well on its way to overcoming its histories of racial exclusion
Monty and the Canadian Army
By John A. English
English analyses the way General Bernard Law Montgomery, affectionately known as “Monty,” exerted an influence on the Canadian Army that was more lasting than that of any other Second World War commander.
The King of Bangkok
By Claudio Sopranzetti, Sara Fabbri and Chiara Natalucci
The King of Bangkok is a story of migration to the city, distant families in the countryside, economic development eroding the land, and violent political protest. Ultimately, it is a story about contemporary Thailand and how the waves of history lift, engulf, and crash against ordinary people.
The Discovery of Insulin: Special Centenary Edition
By Michael Bliss
In this engaging and award-winning account, historian Michael Bliss draws on archival records and personal adventures to recount the fascinating story behind the discovery of insulin – a story as much filled with fiery confrontation and intense competition as medical dedication and scientific genius.
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