Queer love letters to the East Coast, Naomi Klein’s challenge to environmentalism, weight stigma and fat acceptance, queer empowerment on the Prairies, the tarsands’ impact on Great Lakes communities, and the sociology of board games. Plus, Glen Coulthard’s challenge to Canada’s colonial politics of recognition and a commentary on the Islamic State.

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    Social Bodies

    Everything we care about when we think about social justice relates to our bodies: how they are defined and governed and by whom.

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    Slanted Near the Atlantic

    How do the stories we tell about being queer in rural places shape our selves and the world?

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    This Changes Something

    Why have environmentalists become so much less effective than they used to be?

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    On the Front Lines of the Great Lakes

    The Great Lakes region is the most important hub for tarsands projects outside of Alberta. Climate activists are working to connect local resistance in front-line communities with the broader movement to halt tarsands expansion.

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    Why Fat Matters

    Integrating body positivity into the work we do.

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    Body Politics

    Fat, queer, and anti-capitalist.

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    Why Board Games, Why Now?

    In a wired world, why are so many people playing board games again?

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    Talking about Creation on Native Land

    What is the relationship between Christian faith and colonialism in Canada today?

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    Unmasking the Canadian Settler State

    Are Canada’s politics of Indigenous recognition simply a liberal reworking of ongoing colonialism?

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    The Un-Islamic State of IS

    The emergence of the Islamic State has created a new opening for Islamophobic discourse.