Faculty Books

Please see below for a collection of books published and edited by our faculty.

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Canadian Political Philosophy - Ronald Beiner



Theorizing Citizenship - Ronald Beiner

Theorizing Citizenship

by Ronald Beiner 


Theorizing Nationalism - Ronald Beiner

Theorizing Nationalism 

by Ronald Beiner


What's the Matter with Liberalism - Ronald Beiner


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Democratic Theory and Technological Society 

by Richard B. Day, Ronald Beiner, Joseph Masciulli 


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Discovering Imperialism: Social Democracy to World War I 

Edited by Richard B. Day and Daniel Gaido 


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Globalization and Political Ethics

Edited by Richard B. Day and Joseph Masciulli


Cover of Responses to Marx’s Capital



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Selected Writings on the State and the Transition to Socialism

by N. Bukharin (Author), Richard B. Day (Author), Stephen F. Cohen (Author), Ken Coates (Author), Edited by Richard B. Day   


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The Decline of Capitalism

by E.A. Preobrazhensky (Author), Translated and Edited by Richard B. Day  


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The Preobrazhensky Papers: Archival Documents and Materials. Volume I: 1886-1920

Mikhail M. Gorinov (Editor) and Richard B. Day (Editor & Translator) 


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Witnesses to Permanent Revolution: The Documentary Record 

Edited by Richard B. Day and Daniel Gaido  


 The Logic and Power of Violent Display

Show Time: The Logic and Power of Violent Display

by Lee Ann Fujii

To read Edward Schatz's tribute to Lee Ann Fujii and this posthumously published book, click here.


Politics Canada - Graham White

Politics: Canada

by Graham White


Innovation and Social Learning - David A. Wolfe


Innovation and Social Learning: Institutional Adaptation in an Era of Technological Change

by David Wolfe