Damaged: Childhood Trauma, Adult Illness, and the Need for a Health Care Revolution
By Robert Maunder, MD and Jonathan Hunter, MD
Damaged makes it clear that human relationships are at the core of medicine, and that a revolution in health care must start with the development of safe, respectful, and caring relationships between doctors and patients.
By Russell Craig and Joel Amernic
Decoding CEO-Speak monitors the written and oral language of CEOs to reveal its manipulative, enlightening, frustrating, inspiring, and disturbing characteristics.
A Runner’s Journey
By Bruce Kidd
In this autobiography of a former Olympian and leader in sport history, Bruce Kidd details why sports are important to him, what he’s learned from them, and why he continues to fight to make them more equitable.
Canada’s Army: Waging War and Keeping the Peace, Third Edition
By J.L. Granatstein
In this revised and updated third edition, one of Canada’s leading historians covers the history of the Canadian military to the present day.
Dangerous Opportunities: The Future of Financial Institutions, Housing Policy, and Governance
Edited by Stephanie Ben-Ishai
Dangerous Opportunities presents a timely contribution that provides lessons for post-pandemic economic recovery from the pre-pandemic Home Capital crisis, a watershed in Canadian Financial markets.
Aevo UTP books delve into major issues facing today’s world, written by leading experts and intended for the intellectually curious.Learn More
The Rotman School of Management is part of the university of Toronto, one of the world’s top 20 research universities.Learn More
New Jewish Press is an imprint of University of Toronto Press, in partnership with the Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish...Learn More
Toronto Iberic focuses on all aspects of Iberian history, culture, and literature from the Middle Ages to modern times. The series is particularly focused on works in social history, gender studies, cinema, art history, language and literature, theatre, religion, travel and exploration, and race and ethnicity.Learn More
The Frankfurt Book Fair is the world's largest trade fair for print and digital content. This year's guest of honour is Canada.
October 20 - October 24
Jesse Hajer will be presenting about his research on social impact bonds and his recently published book, co-authored with the late John Loxley, Social Service, Private Gain: The Political Economy of Social Impact Bonds.
October 21 @ 1:00 pm - October 21 @ 2:00 pm
Book Launch and Webinar Discussion, hosted by: Dr. Jan Hare: Dean pro tem Dr. Patsy Duff: Associate Dean, Research Join...
October 27 @ 10:00 am - October 27 @ 11:15 am
New on the UTP Blog
In this blog post, UTP authors Eva-Marie Kröller and John Barker delve into the history of The Bella Coola Indians by T.F. McIlwraith, originally published in 1948.Read More
Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant and Erin Tolley talk us through their new book, Women, Power, and Political Representation, and discuss why it is such a pressing topic with the Canadian federal election just around the corner.Read More
Dangerous Opportunities examines the Home Capital crisis of 2017, a watershed moment in Canadian financial markets. Stephanie Ben-Ishai discusses how we can avoid repeating past mistakes in the nearing post-pandemic economic reality.Read More