Indigenous Peoples and the Future of Federalism
This collection highlights the urgency of reimagining federalism and the potential for federalism to support Indigenous sovereignty and self-determination, leading to a truly democratic Canada.
Blood of Others: Stalin’s Crimean Atrocity and the Poetics of Solidarity
Forging new roads between Slavic studies and Middle Eastern studies, Blood of Others is a compelling and timely exploration of the ideas and identities coursing between Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine.
The Spaces In Between: Indigenous Sovereignty within the Canadian State
The Spaces In Between examines prospects for the enhanced practice of Indigenous political sovereignty within the Canadian state.
Where Am I in the Picture?: Researcher Positionality in Rural Studies
Where Am I in the Picture? sheds light on the idea of researcher positionality through visual methodologies, particularly in the context of studying rurality in Canada, Sweden, and South Africa.
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None Is Too Many
Learn more about the history of None Is Too Many, its publication, dissemination, and impact. We have pulled together a timeline of the book's publication history, information about its authors and publishers, an essay by the book's current editor, photos from the interior of the book, and more.Learn More
University of Toronto Press Journals will be attending the Canadian Liver Meeting in Toronto from February 27–March 3, 2024. Learn...
February 27 - March 3
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March 3 - March 6
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Drawing on a wide range of Old English literary and religious texts, Nothing Pure explores the cultural translation of Jewish…Read More
Educating the Body presents a history of physical education in Canada, shedding light on its major advocates, innovators, and institutions. Read…Read More