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Aevo UTP books delve into major issues facing today’s world, written by leading experts and intended for the intellectually curious.

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New Jewish Press is an imprint of University of Toronto Press, in partnership with the Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish...

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Upcoming Events

Frankfurt Book Fair

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

Social Science Speakers Series: Jesse Hajer

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

Virtual Book Launch: Indigenous Methodologies, Second Edition

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

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New on the UTP Blog

Bella Coola and After

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.

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Women, Power, and Political Representation: Canadian and Comparative Perspectives

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.

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An Opportunity We Cannot Afford to Miss: Applying Hard-Won Lessons from Prior Crises to Post-Pandemic Economies

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.

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