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  • History and Biography in Harbin

    Harbin: A Cross-Cultural Biography offers an intimate portrait of early-twentieth-century Harbin, a city in Manchuria where Russian colonialists, and later refugees from the Revolution, met with Chinese migrants. In this post, author Mark Gamsa gives us a behind-the-scenes look into how his book came to life and tells us the personal story of Baron Roger Budberg, a physician who, being neither Russian nor Chinese, nevertheless stood at the very centre of the cross-cultural divide in Harbin. 

  • From Exclusivity to Inclusivity: Making Archaeology an Equitable Profession

    Now in its third edition, Introducing Archaeology continues to be a thoughtful and engaging textbook for introductory-level students. In this post, co-author Stacey L. Camp talks us through some of the updates to the third edition and shares an excerpt from chapter five of the book on inclusivity within archaeology.

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Featured Author: Andrea Olive

Featured Author: Andrea Olive


Andrea Olive is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science and joint-appointed to the Department of Geography, Geomatics, and Environment at the University of Toronto Mississauga.

 

"I was very fortunate to meet UTP editor Dan Quinlan at the Congress of the Social Science and Humanities annual conference in 2012. Right from the beginning, UTP was supportive of my project! I am now fortunate to have published three times with UTP! I am the author of Land, Stewardship, and Legitimacy (2014), The Canadian Environment in Political Context (2nd edition 2019), and co-editor of the forthcoming Provincial Policy Laboratories (2021). The Press has always cared about me as an author and has sought every opportunity to make my work widely available (as ebooks and in print) to readers."