Check out what some prominent scholars and activists have had to say (http://talkingradical.ca/what-people-are-saying/) about Gender and Sexuality and Resisting the State!
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[The following review by Michelle Scwartz appeared on p. 43 of the Spring 2013 issue of Shameless, a Toronto-based intersectional feminist magazine aimed at young women and trans people.] History is often described as being written by the victors; a … Continue reading
Author offers alternative look at history by Jenny Jelen (December 12, 2012) There are many ways to examine the past. In his latest collection of work, Scott Neigh looks at history from the eyes of an activist. The Sudburian has … Continue reading
Blogger ‘thwap’ is in the middle of a multi-post engagement with Resisting the State: Canadian History Through the Stories of Activists. He’s going through it by chapter. I’ll edit this post to add whatever else he puts up, but this … Continue reading
[The following is a short article from Wellesley Is…, a PDF-only magazine based in the small southern Ontario town where I grew up. You can subscribe to it by going to WellesleyIs.CA.] Scott Neigh Publishes Two ‘Bottom-Up’ History Books by … Continue reading
talking radical: a history of canada through the eyes of activists by laura k (December 12, 2012) Scott Neigh, who writes the blog A Canadian Lefty in Occupied Land, has published a pair of books that “enter Canadian history-from-below through … Continue reading