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.
September 21, 2021
Author Fiona Moore discusses the research that went into her new book, Global Taiwanese: Asian Skilled Labour Migrants in a Changing World, and discusses why globalisation is far from over.
June 17, 2021
In this post, authors Matthew W. Betts and M. Gabriel Hrynick discuss why they wrote The Archaeology of the Atlantic Northeast and how explain the book can be utilized in the classroom.
In honour of Mother’s Day, we’re sharing an excerpt from Collective Care: Indigenous Motherhood, Family, and HIV/AIDS. This engaging ethnography explores how Indigenous women and their communities practice collective care to sustain traditional lifeways in the face of Saskatchewan’s HIV epidemic.
The Living Inca Town presents a rich case study of tourism in Ollantaytambo, a rapidly developing destination in the southern Peruvian Andes and the starting point for many popular treks to Machu Picchu. Karoline Guelke looks at the impact COVID-19 has had on the region.
March 23, 2021
Stacey L. Camp talks us through some of the updates to the third edition of Introducing Archaeology and shares an excerpt from the book on inclusivity within archaeology.
March 2, 2021
As part of University Press Week, Charlotte Corden, illustrator of the stunning new ethnoGRAPHIC book, Light in Dark Times, discusses the project and explains what it’s like to create illustrations around some of the most complex topics we deal with in today’s world.
November 10, 2020
This year’s AAA meeting will be held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic and anthropologists will be raising our voices and taking part in a number of online live-streamed events. Check out the schedule where a number of UTP authors will be taking part.
November 4, 2020