Tag Archives: Canadian Journal of Women and the Law
UTP Journals shares open access articles to celebrate the UN’s World Environment Day (WED), a global platform for encouraging awareness, action, and learning.
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law contributor Angela Lee discusses her latest article on the ethical implications of in vitro meat (IVM) technology.
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law Author Denise Brunsdon Explains Choice of Gun Control for Book Review
Written by guest blogger, Denise Brunsdon
I have been a spokesperson for the Canadian Coalition for Gun Control for many years now. Though working with the organization is immensely satisfying, there are days when it seems like the Harper Government is dismantling every aspect of gun control progress ever made.
But historians have a way of putting the contemporary cut and thrust of partisan politics in perspective. Legal history in particular reminds of the overall reduction in judicial and statutory sexism and racism. And this is why R. Blake Brown’s Arming and Disarming: A History of Gun Control In Canada is a calming and insightful read. It’s the kind of book that everyone in Canadian politics should read. I wrote the review in the hopes that it might encourage just a few more to learn about Canadian gun control from this wide lens.
Also, it was a dream of mine to publish with the Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, even before I even went to law school. The CJWL is one of the country’s most prestigious law journals. To open up a copy and see my book review alongside book reviews by Canadian law giants Rosemary Cairns Way and Mary Jane Mossman is proof positive of the journal’s continued relevance and influence.
The material is as relevant as the authors. From gender in judicial appointments to Indigenous women’s self-determination to the masculinity of workplace grievances, the most recent CJWL issue faces today’s top legal topics.
Congratulations to my fellow authors and the Editorial Board on a courageous issue.
The Journals Division has published an array of new material since our last update in December. New editions include
- Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 56.1
- Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality 22.3
- Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 25.2
- Canadian Public Policy 39.4
- Canadian Review of American Studies 43.3 on Muse
- Canadian Theatre Review 157 (also available on Uberflip)
- Cartographica 48.4
- Eighteenth-Century Fiction 26.2
- Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 25.3
- Journal of Scholarly Publishing 45.2
- Modern Drama 56.4
- Toronto Journal of Theology 29.2
- University of Toronto Quarterly 82.4
We also have advanced online articles from
- Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Canadian Modern Language Review
- Canadian Public Policy
- Canadian Review of American Studies
- Journal of Veterinary Medical Education
After much hard work and dedication, UTP Journals is proud to announce the completion of The Champlain Digital Collection. There are 113 volumes of beautiful, completely searchable PDFs, as well as four volumes of epubs, available to members and those who purchase a print copy of those volumes.
In addition, we also have four volumes of Champlain up for sale on Amazon:
- Loyalist Narratives from Upper Canada
- Customs of the American Indians, volume 1
- Customs of the American Indians, volume 2
- David Thomson’s Narrative
Check out The Champlain Society's new Findings/Trouvailles post—“The History of Mr Radison’s Transactions”: William Yonge’s Letter, 1692.