Patricia Gélinas Boushel

Patricia Gélinas Boushel is a cultural producer, activist translator, and prison meditator from Montreal. She also ponders questions of rights, justice, and democracy in research work alongside other writers.

Reviews by Patricia Gélinas Boushel:

November 5, 2020
As writer, activist, and podcaster Nora Loreto thoroughly explores in Take Back the Fight, organizing around the feminist cause in Canada has waned without large-scale social movement building. More perniciously, who and what is even considered “feminist” has been defined by corporate and political interests that would be reluctant to actually engage with feminism’s world-changing possibilities.
October 17, 2019
In Martin Lukacs’s The Trudeau Formula: Seduction and Betrayal in an Age of Discontent, the political and rhetorical interchangeability between the country’s two largest parties is shown to have never been as apparent as with the rise of the Trudeau brand over the past fifty years.