• Anarca-Islam 

      Abdou, Mohamed (2009-09-08)
      As an anarchist and a Muslim, I have witnessed troubled times as a result of extreme divisions that exist between these two identities and communities. To minimize these divisions, I argue for an anti-capitalist and ...
    • Autonomy-Oriented Social Movements and the Politics of Affect 

      Spink, Erica (2016-09-27)
      Abstract This dissertation explores damaging tendencies that exist within autonomy-oriented activism in the West. I examine how affect shapes the way that internal conflict is approached and internal strife is dealt ...
    • The Organizations of Immaterial Labour: Knowledge Worker Resistance in Post-Fordism 

      Brophy, Enda (2008-06-11)
      Liberal-democratic theories of knowledge work suggest that labour and capital are no longer at odds in the information society. This dissertation critiques such a position, proposing that knowledge worker professions, or ...
    • Re-Meaning the Sacred: Colonial Damage and Indigenous Cosmologies 

      Watts, Vanessa (2016-10-03)
      Indigenous ways of knowing are dependent on an inheriting process both amongst humans and between human and non-human being. These multi-relationships cross material and immaterial borders as sites of knowledge production. ...
    • Reclaiming the Red River: Creating Metis Cultural Spaces in Winnipeg 

      Gaudry, Adam J. P. (2009-08-25)
      Urban spaces are an increasingly common indigenous reality, and while urban spaces often involve great social and geographic distances from traditional communities, many urban populations have built vibrant communities ...
    • Subject to Failure 

      Mitchell, Ryan Robert (2008-02-01)
      My project here is to look at how uncovering those unconscious and phantasmatic identifications in the social field can lead to the possibility of altering subjectivity or, at the very least, tracing how subjects are formed ...