Academic Publications
Henry, Frances, Enakshi Dua, Carl James, Audrey Kobayashi, Peter Li, Howard Ramos, and Malinda Smith. 2017. The Equity Myth: Racialization and Indigeneity at Canadian Universities.  Vancouver: UBC Press. Ramos, Howard and Kathleen Rodgers [Eds.]. 2015. Protest and Politics: The Promise of Social Movement Societies. Vancouver: UBC Press. Staggenborg, Suzanne and Howard Ramos. 2015. Social Movements (3rd edition). Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press. Stanbridge, Karen and Howard Ramos. 2012. Seeing Politics Differently: A Brief Introduction to Political Sociology. Don Mills, On: Oxford University Press
Wilkes, Rima, Aaron Duong, Linc Kesler, and Howard Ramos. 2017. “Canadian University Acknowledgment and Recognition of Indigenous Lands, Treaties, and Peoples.Canadian Review of Sociology 54(1): 89-120. Potvin, Catherine et al. 2017. Stimulating a Canadian Narrative for Climate.Facets. 2: 131- 149. DOI: 10.1139/facets-2016-0029 Frances Henry, Enakshi Dua, Audrey Kobayashi, Carl James, Peter Li, Howard Ramos, and Malinda S Smith. 2016. “Race, Racialization, and Indigeneity in Canadian Universities.” Race, Ethnicity and Education. Béland, Daniel; Howard Ramos; and Karen Stanbridge. 2016. “Political Sociology is Dead. Long Live Political Sociology?” Canadian Review of Sociology 53(3): 223-339.  Ramos, Howard, Mark C. J. Stoddart, and *David Chafe. 2016. "Assessing the Tangible and Intangible Benefits of Tourism: Perceptions of economic, social, and cultural impacts in Labrador's Battle Harbour Historic District" Island Studies Journal 11(1): 209-226. Ramos, Howard. 2015. "Mapping the Field of Environmental Justice: Redistribution, Recognition and Representation in ENGO Press Advocacy.” Canadian Journal of Sociology 40(3): 309-329. Krause, Caitlin and Howard Ramos. 2015. Sharing the Same Waters: Relations Among Mi’kmaq and Settler Fishers.British Journal of Canadian Studies 28(1): 23-41; doi:10.3828/bjcs.2015.2.
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