A Short History of the Middle Ages, Sixth Edition
This newest edition offers a panoramic view of the medieval world. A comprehensive new map program, updated for the global approach of this edition, offers a way to visualize the era’s enormous political, economic, and religious changes.
A Short Medieval Reader
Designed to work with and supplement the sixth edition of A Short History of the Middle Ages, A Short Medieval Reader provides a feast for inquiring minds, priced for a student’s budget.
Without the State: Self-Organization and Political Activism in Ukraine
Without the State explores the 2013–14 Euromaidan protests through in-depth ethnographic research with leftist, feminist, and student activists in Kyiv.
Intentional Leadership: The Big 8 Capabilities Setting Leaders Apart
Drawing on a framework tested with over 900 senior leaders, Intentional Leadership presents a guide for continuous renewal.
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UTP author Matthew Unangst will be presenting his book Colonial Geography: Race and Space in German East Africa, 1884–1905 at...
February 6 @ 3:00 pm
In Dangerous Opportunities five leading Canadian legal experts use the Home Capital crisis as a starting point for examining overlapping...
February 10 @ 1:00 pm - February 10 @ 2:30 pm
UTP will be attending the International Studies Association conference. The conference is in Montreal, Quebec from March 15-18th, 2023.
March 15 @ 12:00 am - March 18 @ 12:00 am
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Here is a roundup of three exceptional books published by UTP that delve into the Indigenous history of Canada. The…Read More
“The book’s title ‘lissa’ – meaning ‘it is still the case’ but also ‘not yet’ – was a small gesture…Read More