19 December 2009

Book reviews of interest to CNSIMC

The following book reviews appear in the Fall 2009 issue of the Canadian Journal of Sociology (34, 3):

Cecil Foster, Blackness and Modernity: The Colour of Humanity and the Quest for Freedom (Roberta Hamilton), pp. 916-919

Jennifer J. Nelson, Razing Africville: A Geography of Racism (Don Clairmont), pp. 920-922

Haideh Moghissi, Saeed Rahnema, and Mark J. Goodman, Diaspora by Design: Muslims in Canada and Beyond (Abdie Kazemipur), pp. 923-925

Micheline Labelle, François Rocher et Rachad Antonius, Immigration, diversité et sécurité: les associations arabo-musulmanes face à l'État au Canada et au Québec (Zeina Sleiman), pp. 926-929

Hiromi Mizuno, Science for the Empire: Scientific Nationalism in Modern Japan (Grégoire Mallard), pp. 930-932

Kelly Moore, Disrupting Science: Social Movements, American Scientists, and the Politics of the Military, 1945–1975 (Ronjon Paul Datta), pp. 933-934

Tina Fetner, How The Religious Right Shaped Lesbian and Gay Activism (Thomas John Linneman), pp. 947-949

Kristen Bumiller, In an Abusive State: How Neoliberalism Appropriated the Feminist Movement against Sexual Violence (Judith K Taylor), pp. 950-952

Kathleen M. Fallon, Democracy and the Rise of Women’s Movements in Sub-Saharan Africa (Julie Lyn Kaye), pp. 953-955

John Hagan and Wenona Rymond-Richmond, Darfur and the Crime of Genocide (Augustine SJ Park), pp. 956-959

Ron Eyerman, The Assassination of Theo van Gogh: From Social Drama to Cultural Trauma (Frank J. Lechner), pp. 960-962

Mabel Berezin, Illiberal Politics in Neoliberal Times: Culture, Security, and Populism in the New Europe (Andrej S Zaslove), pp. 963-965

Martin Koopman et Stéphane Martens (dir.), L'Europe prochaine. Regards franco-allemands sur l'avenir de l'Union européenne (Mathieu Petithomme), pp. 966-968

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