All Our Sisters

In advance of the “All Our Sisters” National Conference on Women and Homelessness, to be held May 9-12 in London, Ontario, we asked author Susan Scott

In Remembrance of John T. Saywell

University of Toronto Press is saddened to report that award-winning author John T. Saywell passed away at the age of 83 on April 20th , 2011.

In Memory of Allan Blakeney

University of Toronto Press is saddened to learn of the passing of Allan Blakeney on April 16th, 2011 following a brief battle with cancer.

Author Footnotes with Sean Kennedy

We do not live in a peaceful world: there are many conflicts around the globe which shatter the lives of ordinary people in different ways. Mobilizing for, and fighting in, wars have complex and even contradictory effects: the process can bring citizens of a nation together, but it can also expose, and even intensify, existing tensions within a society. I hope that the book helps us to understand these processes today.

Spotlight on XXL

To learn more about XXL tune in to CNBC April 6th at 10:45am for Seeman & Luciani’s interview on Squawk on the Street

Canadian Politics 101

To brush up on your Canadian politics, check out these UTP titles.

Violence Against Women

In recognition of International Women’s Day, UTP asked award-winning author Walter S. DeKeseredy to contribute the following words.

Consuming Ironies

Last Thursday in the Hart House Library on the University of Toronto campus, 100 students, academics and activists gathered to celebrate the launch of Trevor Norris’ new book

Author Footnotes with Edward Goldberg

Edward Goldberg discusses his new book Jews and Magic in Medici Florence: The Secret World of Benedetto Blanis available February 26th, 2011 from UTP.


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