Cooperation and Social Justice
By Joseph Heath
In six new essays, philosopher and award-winning author Joseph Heath explores the connection between principles of justice and the institutional arrangements required to achieve them.
Building Justice: Frank Iacobucci and the Life Cycles of Law
Building Justice draws on the inspiring life of former Canadian Supreme Court Justice Frank Iacobucci to offer insight into the meaning of engaged citizenship through law.
Tuzo: The Unlikely Revolutionary of Plate Tectonics
By Nick Eyles
Tuzo is the never-before-told story of one of Canada’s most influential scientists and the discovery of plate tectonics, a pivotal development that forever altered how we think of our planet.
Flow: How the Best Supply Chains Thrive
With supply chain disruptions increasingly discussed in the media and impacting our daily lives, Flow offers an important framework and solutions for remedying the rampant delays and bottlenecks that exist in global supply chains.
Justice in Lyon: Klaus Barbie and France’s First Trial for Crimes against Humanity
The trial of former SS lieutenant and Gestapo chief Klaus Barbie was France’s first trial for crimes against humanity. This is the first comprehensive history of the Barbie trial.
Aevo UTP books delve into major issues facing today’s world, written by leading experts and intended for the intellectually curious.Learn More
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The L.M. Montgomery Library is a new set of volumes, edited by Benjamin Lefebvre, that collects L.M. Montgomery’s extensive periodical work for her worldwide readership in the twenty-first century. Each volume is supplemented by a preface, an afterword, and annotations that provide context for all readers.Learn More
Author Talk for "Unbound in War?" International Law in Canada and Britain’s Participation in the Korean War and Afghanistan Conflict
Author Meets Readers invites Carleton students and the community to join Sean Richmond as he discusses his book Unbound in...
September 29 @ 5:30 pm - September 29 @ 7:00 pm
Charles Hayter, author of Cancer Confidential, will be doing a book reading at the 2022 Canadian Association for Radiation Oncology AGM...
September 30 @ 10:00 am
UTP will be attending the History of Science Society Conference. The conference is in Chicago from Nov 17-20, 2022
November 17 @ 12:00 am - November 20 @ 12:00 am
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