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Find out about new releases in the month of February, plus a round-up of awards, media highlights, and conferences we attended across North America.
Find out about new releases in the month of November, plus a round-up of awards, media highlights, and conferences we attended across North America.
Here is a recap of what went on at UTP in the month of August.
- Our Rotman-UTP imprint was displayed once more at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, this year in Atlanta from August 4th-8th.
- Editors Douglas Hildebrand and Anne Brackenbury attended the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting from August 12th-15th in Montreal.
- Our books were on display at the Beijing International Book Fair from August 23rd-27th.
- Editors Mat Buntin and Daniel Quinlan just returned from San Francisco, where they attended the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting & Exhibition from August 31st-September 3rd.
In the Media:
- Gentrifier by John Joe Schlictman, Jason Patch and Marc Lamont Hill was reviewed favourably by four publications, with distinctly different perspectives on the issue of gentrification: The New Republic, Curbed, Antipode – A Radical Journal of Geography and the London School of Economics’ LSE Review of Books.
- Marcus Gee’s feature-length profile of Making a Global City: How One Toronto School Embraced Diversity appeared in
- The Globe & Mail.In his review in The Literary Review of Canada, Joshua Nichols says that “what Peter Russell accomplishes in Canada's Odyssey: A Country Based on Incomplete Conquests is no small feat.” Christopher Moore’s History News also reviewed Russell’s book.
- Kristine Kowalchuk’s Preserving on Paper: Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen’s Receipt Book was reviewed in The Edmonton Journal.
- The Scholarly Kitchen used The Slow Professor: Challenging the Culture of Speed in the Academy by Maggie Berg and Barbara Seeber as a springboard for a long-form editorial on whether academic publishing should embrace a slower pace of work.
- Cecilia Morgan, author of Commemorating Canada: History, Heritage, and Memory, 1850s-1990s, became one of CBC Radio One’s ‘go-to’ experts during the recent debate surrounding the renaming of streets, monuments and schools that honour contentious historical figures like Sir John A MacDonald. In the span of ten days, she appeared on CBC’s Cross Country Check-up, The House and The Current.
- Courts in Federal Countries: Federalists Or Unitarists? edited by Nicholas Aroney and John Kincaid (New in Paperback)
- Narratology: Introduction to the Theory of Narrative, Fourth Edition by Mieke Bal
- Fiscal Federalism and Equalization Policy in Canada: Political and Economic Dimensions by Daniel Béland, André Lecours, Gregory P. Marchildon, Haizhen Mou, and M. Rose Olfert
- Paramedics On and Off the Streets: Emergency Medical Services in the Age of Technological Governance by Michael K. Corman
- Carved in Stone: Holocaust Years - A Boy's Tale by Manny Drukier (New in Paperback)
- Prolegomena to the Adages: Adagiorum Collectanea, Indexes to Erasmus’ Adages by Desiderius Erasmus, translated by John N. Grant
- Inscribed Power: Amulets and Magic in Early Spanish Literature by Ryan D. Giles
- Translating Heidegger by Miles Groth
- Literary / Liberal Entanglements: Toward a Literary History for the Twenty-First Century edited by Corrinne Harol and Mark Simpson
- Responding to Human Trafficking: Dispossession, Colonial Violence, and Resistance Among Indigenous and Racialized Women by Julie Kaye
- Method in Theology by Bernard Lonergan, edited by Robert M. Doran and John D. Dadosky
- The Austerity State edited by Stephen McBride and Bryan M. Evans
- Old Europe, New Suburbanization?: Governance, Land, and Infrastructure in European Suburbanization edited by Nicholas A. Phelps
- Bernard Shaw and William Archer edited by Thomas Postlewait
- Europe Un-Imagined: Nation and Culture at a French-German Television Channel by Damien Stankiewicz
- Combating Poverty: Quebec's Pursuit of a Distinctive Welfare State by Axel van den Berg, Charles Plante, Hicham Raïq, Christine Proulx, and Samuel Faustmann
- Constructing Policy Change: Early Childhood Education and Care in Liberal Welfare States by Linda A. White
Here is a recap of what went on at UTP in the month of July.
Last week marked the birthday of Marshall McLuhan, who would have turned 106 on July 21st. Marshall McLuhan is a famous media theorist who was born in Alberta and spent most of his professional career as a professor at the University of Toronto.