CHA Best Scholarly Book in Canadian History Prize
Indigenous History Book Prize
Clio Prize for Ontario History
AWARDED BY THE CANADIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
Forecasts: A Story of Weather and Finance at the Edge of Disaster
This collaborative graphic novel explores issues of capitalism and climate change in Paraguay, raising questions about the limits of survival for humans, their food crops, and rural ways of life.
Queer Lives across the Wall: Desire and Danger in Divided Berlin, 1945–1970
Queer Lives across the Wall draws on personal letters, photo albums, and state records in order to tell the history of East and West Berlin in the early Cold War through an LGBTQ perspective.
What’s in Your Genome?: 90% of Your Genome Is Junk
What’s in Your Genome? describes the functional regions of the human genome, the evidence that 90% of it is junk DNA, and the reasons this evidence has not been widely accepted by the popular press and much of the scientific community.
“We Are in Charge Here”: Inuit Self-Government and the Nunatsiavut Assembly
By Graham White
This book provides a detailed analysis of the Nunatsiavut Assembly, the legislature of Canada’s only Inuit self-government.
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Indigenous Studies at UTP
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University of Toronto Alumni Fest
University of Toronto's Alumni Fest will be taking place on Saturday June 3, 2023 from 12 pm to 3 pm...
June 3 @ 12:00 pm - June 3 @ 3:00 pm
ALA Annual Conference & Exhibition
UTP is pleased to be attending the ALA Annual Conference & Exhibition in Chicago, IL from June 22-27, 2023.
June 22 - June 27
The Berkshire Conference on the History of Women (“Big Berks”)
UTP will be attending the The Berkshire Conference on the History of Women (“Big Berks”) from June 28–July 2 at...
June 28 - July 2
New on the UTP Blog
Q&A Interview with UTP Author Kelly Ricciardi Colvin
In Charm Offensive, Kelly Ricciardi Colvin examines the many forces that shaped postwar French femininity as a desirable commodity, both…Read More
Q&A Interview with UTP Author John Potts
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Reflections by Judith Friedland on her Memoir, There Was a Time for Everything
In There Was a Time for Everything, UTP author Judith Friedland reflects on her life and the fact that over time…Read More