How many Canadian feminist blogs do you know about?
Politics, Re-Spun didn’t make it into the Spring 2012 landscape of Canadian feminist blogs. But that’s understandable, considering the scope of the research project: it was bound to miss a bunch. Granted we deal with lots of different topics that do and don’t intersect . . . → Read More: Politics, Re-Spun: How Feminist is Politics, Re-Spun?
The following is a piece written by contributor Kevin Harding and guest contributor Natalie Gan. The piece was written in 2010, but is being published on Politics Respun for the first time.
The issue of controversial corporate donations to public universities is a live one, with the Munk School at the U of T, the . . . → Read More: Politics, Re-Spun: We don’t want your dirty gold: corporate donations and the university
To my APSA, TSSU, and SFUFA friends at SFU: Today, CUPE 3338 is picketing Burnaby Mountain. They’re doing so because they’ve been trying to bargain with SFU for two years, with not much success. They’re picketing because they feel they deserve a fair collective agreement, and they see no other way to put pressure on . . . → Read More: Politics, Re-Spun: To my friends at SFU – a message about the strikes