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Reading List: August/September 2015

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Packing my life away, university and tying up loose strings in Toronto has put all my reading on pause. What I did read, I forgot to write down to share with you :[
… Here’s what I remember reading in the past 2 months, keep in mind a lot of my new readings will be for school.

Cthulhu Fhtagn

» August.
H.P Lovecraft

» September 19
The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

A short story I had to read for English class.  It starts with a woman who is home-ridden due to a “nervous condition” than escalates into a flurry of madness. Stetson did a good job writing this 10-page thriller.  Read it here.

» September 28.
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

I am so happy that this book was assigned to the class, as I’ve been wanting to read it for years… call me crazy but I just about had a heart attack when I realized that Frankenstein was the scientist and NOT THE MONSTER! By the end of the book, I ended up really loving that monster and wondering who the real demon was.

Resource Extraction and it’s impact on peoples’ health | rabble.ca

Is resource extraction/mining negatively affecting human health?

How do the things we do today in the environment and the economy impact peoples’ health? What about patriarchy and the impacts it has on women? Colonialism and Indigenous communities?


In this podcast, Dr. Baj Mukhopadhyay talks about the Canadian chapter of the global People’s Health Movement and answers some of these important questions.

Source: Extractivism, colonialism, and building a health justice movement in Canada | rabble.ca

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