Tag Archives: University of Toronto Quarterly
University of Toronto Quarterly contributor Daniel McKay examines narrative stereotypes of Asian women and the portrayal of relations between overseas servicemen and local women in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
UTQ contributor Christopher McGunnigle shares his methods for writing his latest article "Marvel Monsters and Their Transition into the Superhero Genre," free to read just in time for Congress.
Indulgence, Scandal, and Feminist Indignation: Katherine Turner on what draws her to Daphne du MaurierUniversity of Toronto Quarterly author Katherine Turner discusses her fascination with romantic novelist Daphne du Maurier (with some timely suggestions for your holiday reading!)
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.
While doing the necessary preparations to get the full archive of the University of Toronto Quarterly up online, we came across some fabulous old advertisements that we found particularly amusing.
Check this one out:
Our favourite part of this advertisement is Deckletone Stationary's claim to provide "pleasant tasting" envelopes. Wonder if they came in different flavours? This gem was found in the front matter of volume 18, issue 2, which was published in 1949.
Have you come across a great, historical advertisement that speaks to its context and setting? Email or tweet us (@utpjournals) the image and we'll post it on our blog!