Crossing Borders: Essays in Honour of Ian H. Angus is a collection of original and cutting-edge essays by thirteen outstanding and diverse Canadian and International scholars that engage with Professor Ian Angus's rich contributions to three distinct, albeit overlapping, fields: Canadian Studies, Phenomenology and Critical Theory, and Communication and Media Studies. These contributions are distinct, unique, and have had resonance across the intellectual landscape-over the thirty years that Angus has been teaching communications, philosophy, Canadian Studies, theory, and humanities first in the United States and then in Canada.
About the authors
Samir Gandesha is Associate Professor of Humanities and Director of the Institute for Humanities at Simon Fraser University. Aside from several edited volumes and books and journal articles in the field of critical studies and Marxism, he has been an international scholar and has taught in India and China. He is a personal friend and colleague of Ian Angus.
Peyman Vahabzadeh is Professor of Sociology at University of Victoria. He has been a former graduate student of Ian Angus and has published some authored and edited books as well journal articles in the fields of theory, social movements, and Iranian Studies.