Key Issues in Global Studies

  • Diana Brydon
Keywords: global studies


Review of:

Bales, Kevin, and Becky Cornell. Slavery Today. Toronto: Groundwood/Anansi, 1998.

Caplan, Gerald. The Betrayal of Africa. Toronto: Groundwood/Anansi, 2008.

Laxer, James. Democracy. Toronto: Groundwood/ Anansi. 2009.

Laxer, James. Empire. Toronto: Groundwood/Anansi, 2006.

Lorinc, John. Cities. Toronto: Groundwood/Anansi, 2008.

Siddiqui, Haroun. Being Muslim. Toronto: Groundwood/Anansi, 2006.

Author Biography

Diana Brydon

Diana Brydon is Canada Research Chair in Globalization and Cultural Studies at the University of Manitoba, where she teaches in the Department of English, Film, and Theatre and conducts research on national and globalimaginaries. She serves as a member of the Building Global Democracy convening group, which brings together academics, activists, and policymakers from around the world to advance knowledge and practice for greater public participation and control in the governance of global affairs (<>).

How to Cite
Brydon, D. (2010). Key Issues in Global Studies. Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures, 2(1). Retrieved from
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