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
This book provides a detailed analysis of the Nunatsiavut Assembly, the legislature of Canada’s only Inuit self-government.
When the Spirit Calls: The Killings at Hannah Bay
Drawing on archival records and Indigenous oral traditions, When the Spirit Calls reveals the tragic history of the Hannah Bay Massacre.
Paradoxical Leadership: How to Make Complexity an Advantage
By Ivo Brughmans
Paradoxical Leadership reveals how to use tensions between seemingly contradictory perspectives as a driver for sustainable success and innovation.
Asian Heritage Month
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Indigenous Studies at UTP
This month we’re featuring the latest in Indigenous Studies. Learn more about Indigenous Resurgence in an Age of Reconciliation by browsing our Indigenous Studies Collection.Learn More
Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences
UTP is pleased to be attending Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences at York University from May 27 -...
May 27 - June 1
The 2023 Word on the Street Festival
UTP will be attending the 2023 Word on the Street Festival in Toronto from May 27-28, 2023.
May 27 - May 28
Book Launch Event: Unequal Benefits
Join UTP author Sue Winton as she discusses her book, Unequal Benefits, at an event presented by the Institute for...
May 31 @ 7:00 pm
New on the UTP Blog
Q&A Interview with UTP Author John Potts
Exploring technology’s impact on the status and idea of authorship in today’s world, The Near-Death of the Author reveals the many obstacles…Read More
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
Recognizing Jewish History Month: A Reading List
In honour of Jewish History Month, here are some wonderful books that UTP has published in the past few years…Read More