Books I’ve Indexed:

People:

Alerta! Alerta!: Snapshots of Europe’s Anti-Fascist Struggle, by Patrick Strickland, AK Press.

A Bigger Field Awaits Us: The Scottish Football Team That Fought the Great War,  by Andrew Beaujon, Chicago Review Press.

Blamed and Broken: The Mounties and the Death of Robert Dziekanski, by Curt Petrovich, Dundurn Press.

Claiming Anishinaabe: Decolonizing the Human Spirit, by Lynn Gehl, University of Regina Press.

Closing Sysco: Industrial Decline in Atlantic Canada’s Steel City, by Lachlan MacKinnon, University of Toronto Press.

Cold Case North: The Search for James Brady and Absolom Halkett, by Michael Nest, University of Regina Press.

Death And Disorder: A History Of Early Modern England, 1485–1690, by Ken MacMillan, University of Toronto Press.

The Devil’s Trick: How Canada Fought The Vietnam War, by John Boyko, Alfred A. Knopf Canada.

From a Whisper to a Rallying Cry: The Killing of Vincent Chin and the Trail that Galvanized the Asian American Movement, by Paula Yoo, Norton Young Reader.

The Gatherings: Reimagining Indigenous-Settler Relations, by Shirley N. Hager, Between the Lines.

Gehl v Canada: Challenging Sex Discrimination in the Indian Act, by Lynn Gehl, University of Regina Press.

Generation Occupy: Reawakening American Democracy, by Michael Levitin, Counterpoint.

Going Public: The Survivor’s Journey from Grief to Action, by Julie Macfarlane, Between the Lines.

The Greatest Athlete (you’ve never heard of): Canada’s First Olympic Gold Medallist, by Mark Hebscher, Dundurn Press

Insurrection: The Bloody Events of May 1937 in Barcelona, by Agustín Guillamón, AK Press.

Leper Spy: The Story of an Unlikely Hero of World War, by Ben Montgomery, Chicago Review Press.

Lennon on Lennon: Conversations with John Lennon, by Jeff Burger, Chicago Review Press.

Looks Can Kill: A Doctor’s Journey through Steriods, Addiction and Online Fitness Culture, by Riam Shammaa, Random House Canada.

Luigi Galleani: The Most Dangerous Anarchist in America, by Antonio Senta, AK Press.

Mad Blood Stirring: The Inner Lives of Violent Men, by Daemon Fairless,  Random House Canada.

Party of Conscience: The CCF, The NDP, and Social Democracy in Canada, edited by Lexier, Bangarth and Weier, Between the Lines.

Russia: Anthropological Insights, by Petra Rethmann, University of Toronto Press.

They Shot, He Scored: The Life and Music of Eldon Rathburn, by James K. Wright, McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Prairie Rising: Indigenous Youth, Decolonization, and the Politics of Intervention, by Jaskiran K. Dhillon, University of Toronto Press.

Salvador Puig Antich: Collected Writings on Repression and Resistance in Franco’s Spain, edited by Ricard de Vargas Golarons, AK Press.

Seven Fallen Feathers: Racism, Death, and Hard Truths in a Northern City, by Tanya Talaga, House Of Anansi Press.

Shadow Play: Information Politics in Urban Indonesia, by Sheri Lynn Gibbings, University of Toronto Press.

The Stone Crusher: The True Story of a Father and Son’s Fight for Survival in Auschwitz, by Jeremy Dronfield, Chicago Review Press.

The Taste of Longing, by Suzanne Evans, Between the Lines.

The Trial of Jeanne Catherine: Infanticide in Early Modern Geneva, edit and translated by Sara Beam, University of Toronto Press.

Working in a Multicultural World: A Guide to Developing Intercultural Competence, by Luciara Nardon, University of Toronto Press.

Why Don’t the Poor Rise Up? Organizing the Twenty-First Century Resistance, edited by Ajamu Nangwaya and Michael Truscello, AK Press.

Things:

Appropriate: A Provocation, by Paisley Rekdal, W.W. Norton & Company.

Baby-Led Weaning: The (Not-So) Revolutionary Way to Start Solids and Make a Happy Eater, Teresa Pitman, Firefly Books.

Big Lonely Doug: The Story of One of Canada’s Last Great Trees, by Harley Rustad, House of Anansi Press

Cities of Power: The Urban, The National, The Popular, The Global, by Göran Therborn, Verso Books.

Cry Wolf: Inquest into the True Nature of a Predator, by Harold R. Johnson, University of Regina Press.

Day Trips Around Toronto, by John Barber, Firefly Books.

The Down Goes Brown History of the NHL: The World’s Most Beautiful Sport, The World’s Most Ridiculous League, by Sean McIndoe, Random House Canada.

Everything on (the) Line:Twenty Years of Social Movement Stories from rabble.ca, edited by Sophia Reuss and Christina Turner, Between the Lines.

The Explorer’s Guide to Algonquin Park, by Michael Runtz, Boston Mills Press.

Falsehood And Fallacy: How to Think, Read, and Write in the Twenty-First Century, by Bethany Kilcrease, University of Toronto Press.

The Fire And The Ashes: Rekindling Democratic Socialism, by Andrew Jackson, Between the Lines.

Grow What You Love, by Emily Murphy, Firefly Books.

Guitars and Heroes: Mythic Guitars and legendary Musicians, by Julien Bitoun, Firefly Books.

Hardy Roses : The Essential Guide for High Latitudes and Altitudes, by Bob Osborne, Firefly Books.

Highrise: The Towers in the World and the Worlds in the Towers, by Katerina Cizek, Firefly Books.

How to Read Water: Clues and Patterns from Puddles to the Sea, by Tristan Gooley, The Experiment.

Introducing Communications: Perspectives, Assumptions and Implications, by Amardo Rodriguez.

Lead For The Planet: Five Practices for Confronting Climate Change, by Rae André, University of Toronto Press.

Leading Progress: The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada 1920—2020, by Jason Russell, Between the Lines.

The Life of North American Suburbs: Imagined Utopias and Transitional Spaces, edited by Jan Nijman, University of Toronto Press.

100 Flying Birds: Photographing the Mechanics of Flight, by Peter Cavanagh, Firefly Books.

Pan American Clippers: The Golden Age of Flying Boats, by James Troutman, Firefly Books.

Public Influence: A Guide to Op-Ed Writing and Social Media Engagement, by Mira Sucharov, University of Toronto Press.

Rainbow Foods: 50 Recipes Color Coded and Vitaminized, by Linda Louis, Firefly Books.

Road Through Time: The Story of Humanity on the Move, by Mary Soderstrom, University of Regina.

Rock Steady: Healing Vertigo or Tinnitus with Neuroplasticity, by Joey Remenyi, Page Two Books.

Shift Change: Scenes from a Post-industrial Revolution, by Stephen Dale, Between the Lines.

Spire Stelae: Impressions of a Community, by Peter Powning, Options for Homes.

Spit, by Mary Batten, Firefly Books.

Top 60 Canoe Routes of Ontario, by Kevin Callan, Firefly Books.

Worldmaking as Techné: Participatory Art, Music and Architecture, edited by Alberto de Campo, Mark-David Hosale, and Sana Murrani, Riverside Architectural Press.

Ideas:

Against White Feminism: Notes on Disruption, by Rafia Zakaria, W. W. Norton & Company.

Anarchism in Latin America, by Ángel J. Cappelletti, AK Press.

Anarchists in the Academy: Machines and Free Readers in Experimental Poetry, by Dani Spinosa, The University of Alberta Press.

Art Work: Invisible Labour And The Legacy Of Yugoslav Socialism, by Katja Praznik, University of Toronto Press.

Beyond the Welfare State: Postwar Social Settlement and Public Pension Policy in Canada and Australia, by Sirvan Karimi, University of Toronto Press.

BioDiet, by David G. Harper, Page Two.

Bloodstained: One Hundred Years of Leninist Counterrevolution, by Friends of Aron Baron, AK Press.

China Unbound: A New World Disorder, by Joanna Chiu, House of Anasi Press.

Class Privilege: How Law Shelters Shareholders and Coddles Capitalism, by Harry Glasbeek, Between the Lines.

Classic Writings in Anarchist Criminology: A Historical Dismantling of Punishment and Domination, edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Mark Seis, and Jeff Shantz, AK Press.

Conform, Fail, Repeat: How Power Distorts Collective Action, by Christopher Samuel, Between the Lines.

Damaged: A Call for a Care Revolution, by Robert Maunder and Jonathan Hunter, Aevo UTP.

Decolonizing Data: Unsettling conversations about Social Research Methods, by Jacqueline M. Quinless, University of Toronto Press.

Degrees of Failure: University Education in Decline, by Randle Nelsen, Between the Lines.

Direct Action in Montevideo: Uruguayan Anarchism, 1927–1937, by Fernando O’Neill Cuesta, AK Books.

The Ethics and Politics of Breastfeeding: Power, Pleasure, Poetics, by Robyn Lee, University of Toronto Press.

Fat in Four Cultures: A Global Ethnography of Weight, by Cindi Turtzsreetharan, Alexandra Brewis, Jessica Hardin, Sarah Trainer and Amber Wutich, University of Toronto Press.

Feeding Fascism: The Politics of Women’s Food Work, by Diana Garvin, University of Toronto Press.

Fired Up about Consent, by Sarah Ratchford, Between the Lines.

For Workers’ Power: The Selected Writings of Maurice Brinton, edited by David Goodway, AK Press.

The Future of Humanity: Revisioning the Human in the Posthuman Age, edited by Pavlina Radia, Sarah Fiona Winters and Laurie Kruk, Rowman & Littlefield.

Gentrifier, by John Joe Schlichtman, Jason Patch and Marc Lamont Hill, University of Toronto Press.

Guerrillas of Desire: Notes on Everyday Resistance and Organizing to Make a Revolution Possible, by Kevin Van Meter, AK Press.

Hegemony How-To: A Roadmap for Radicals, by Jonathan Smucker, AK Press.

A History of Anthropological Theory, by Paul A. Erickson and Liam D. Murphy, University of Toronto Press.

Modern Science and Anarchy, by Peter Kropotkin, edited by Iain McKay, AK Press.

The Nation on No Map: Black Anarchism and Abolition, by William C. Anderson, AK Press.

No More Heroes: Grassroots Challenges to the Savior Mentality, by Jordan Flaherty, AK Press.

Plantation Memories: Episodes Of Everyday Racism, by Grada Kilomba, Between the Lines.

Reading Canadian Women’s and Gender History, edited by Janovicek and Nielson, University of Toronto Press.

Recalling Recitation in the Americas: Borderless Curriculum, Performance Poetry and Reading, by Janet Neigh, University of Toronto Press.

Rethinking Who We Are: Critical Reflections on Human Diversity in Canada, by Jessica E. Pulis and Paul U. Angelini , Fernwood Press.

The Return of History: Conflict, Migration, and Geopolitics in the Twenty-First Century, by Jennifer Welsh, House of Anansi Press.

Seasonal Sociology, edited by Tonya K. Davidson and Ondine Park, University of Toronto Press.

The Slow Moon Climbs: The Science, History and Meaning of Menopause, by Susan P. Mattern, Princeton University Press.

Turbulent Times, Transformational Possibilities?: Gender and Politics Today and Tomorrow, edited by Fiona Macdonald And Alexandra Dobrowolsky, University of Toronto Press

We Are Anarchists, by M.P.T. Acharya, AK Press.

Why We Fight: Essays on Fascism, Resistance, and Surviving the Apocalypse, by Shane Burley, AK Press.