Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies Professors Roberta Iannacito-Provenzano and Jana Vizmuller-Zocco, of the Department of Languages, Literatures & Linguistics, have co-edited a new book titled “Social Media: Implications for the University” published by Aracne Editrice.
Professor Thomas Klassen is the lead editor of, and a contributor to, a new comprehensive, leading-edge guide for students, scholars and practitioners of public policy and administration: “The Routledge Handbook of Global Public Policy and Administration.”
“The Ethics of Care: Moral Knowledge, Communication and the Art of Caregiving” is a new book co-edited by York University Professor Alan Blum. It explores the ethical foundations of caregiving in health, and includes expertise from a number of contributors affiliated with York University.
Professor Jinyan Li of York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School has published a new book about Chinese tax law entitled “International Taxation in China: A Contextualized Analysis”. It deals with the Chinese international tax regime, focusing on the Enterprise Income Tax Law of the People’s Republic of China and tax treaties.
York University English Professor David Goldstein will celebrate the launch of his newest poetry collection “Lost Originals” on Nov. 15. The book is a collection of elegies for a series of objects, images and experiences whose ghostly traces can only be evoked through language.
The Rise Up! archive documents the achievements, initiatives, and struggles of the Canadian women’s movement. It aims to foster research, promote inter-generational conversations and inspire radical activism.
Keeney has launched “One Man Dancing”, the first of two new books this fall, with a standing-room-only reading at the Women’s Arts Association in downtown Toronto. A new volume of her poetry, “Orpheus in Our World”, will make its debut at a November launch at York.
Daniel Becker, an educational developer in the Faculty of Education, presented his new book “Technology for Transformation: Perspectives of Hope in the Digital Age” at the Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference in Cleveland, Ohio.
Professors Leo Panitch and Greg Albo of the Department of Political Science have just published the 53rd volume of the international annual the “Socialist Register, Rethinking Revolution.”