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.
September 15, 2021 Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant and Erin Tolley
As the summer heat and humidity kick in, many Canadians hit the road and head for Cottage country, something that has become a national tradition. has a whole chapter dedicated to “Summer in Cottage Country” and in this post, we’re sharing an excerpt from it.
August 12, 2021 UTP
As we reach the height of summer, and with COVID restrictions easing, we wanted to share some new releases that you should be adding to your summer reading list. So whether you’re relaxing at the cottage, lounging by the poolside, or simply knocking off work a few hours early, we have a little something for everyone.
August 6, 2021 UTP
To celebrate the start of the Olympics, we’re sharing an excerpt from A Runner’s Journey, an autobiography of one of Canada’s most celebrated athletes, Bruce Kidd.
July 23, 2021 Bruce Kidd
We asked authors of The Gatherings a few questions about what Indigenous History Month means to them and include the video from their book launch.
June 25, 2021 UTP
We asked John Borrows, professor and the Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Law, a few questions about what Indigenous History Month means to him. We’re also including a short excerpt from his book, Law’s Indigenous Ethics.
June 17, 2021 John Borrows
To celebrate Pride Month, we have curated a selection of titles that showcase the most cutting edge scholarship in Queer Studies.
We asked Allyson Stevenson, author of Intimate Integration, a few questions about what Indigenous History Month means to her and included an excerpt from her book.
Allyson D. Stevenson
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.
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.
M. Gabriel Hrynick and Matthew W. Betts