Highlights from the months of June and July.
was awarded the Ivan Franko International Prize of 2018. Brothers or Enemies
by Stephanie Posthumus is on the shortlist for the Alanna Bondar Memorial Book Prize. French Écocritique
Daniel Quinlan represented UTP at the Law and Society Association’s annual conference in Toronto.
Anne Brackenbury and Jodi Lewchuk presented our sociology list at the World Congress of Sociology in Toronto.
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Highlights from the month of April and May.
Daniel Quinlan and Matt Buntin represented UTP at the International Studies Association’s annual conference in San Francisco.
Jodi Lewchuk showcased our Urban Studies list at the Urban Affair Association’s annual meeting. She also represented UTP at the Association of American Geographers annual conference in New Orleans.
Meg Patterson was in New York City for the American Educational Research Association’s annual conference.
Stephen Shapiro represented the press at the annual meeting of the Association for the Studies of Nationalities.
Anna Del Col, Natalie Fingerhut, and Suzanne Rancourt were in Kalamazoo, MI for the International Congress on Medieval Studies.
Jodi Lewchuk was in Los Angeles for the annual meeting of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association.\
Meg Patterson showcased our Health and Humanities list at the Indigenous Health Conference in Mississauga.
We showcased our latest social sciences and humanities titles at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Regina, SK.
Jane Kelly represented the press at Book Expo America in New York City.
published a cover story on The Saskatoon Express Prairie Fairies.
talked with Rick Nason about his book The Globe and Mail It’s Not Complicated.
“ by Christopher Kobrak and Joe Martin moves at a smart clip with quirky research” wrote From Wall Street to Bay Street Blacklocks Reporter. Joe Martin launched
on Bay Street, at a highly successful event hosted by Ben McNally Book’s, on April 24. From Wall Street to Bay Street Linda Duxbury outlined the challenges of elder care she explores in her book
during an episode of Something’s Got to Give . The Agenda With Steve Paikin on TVOntario
PEN America ran a feature profile of our groundbreaking graphic novel, by Sherine Hamdy and Coleman Nye Lissa: A Story about Medical Promise, Friendship, and Revolution Ted Morton reviewed
for Fiscal Federalism and Equalization Policy In Canada . The Calgary Herald Luca Cottini presented his book
in The Art Of Objects #Milan during the #MilanArtWeek
reviewed The Vancouver Sun by Peter MacKinnon . University Commons Divided “
[by Peter MacKinnon] pulls no punches. It is frank and unapologetic,” writes Holly Doan, in a review for University Commons Divided . Blacklocks Reporter
Canada’s History Magazine conducted a feature interview with Joe Martin about his book . From Wall Street To Bay Street
reviewed Investing.com . From Wall Street to Bay Street Canada’s History Society and The University of Winnipeg Foundation hosted a book launch for
. From Wall Street to Bay Street Robert Fulford gave a shout out to Valerie J. Korinek’s
in his column for Prairie Fairies . The National Post
interviewed Pat Meredith and James Darroch about their Donner Prize-winning book The Financial Post . Stumbling Giants
interviewed Mark Andryczyk, author of The Ukrainian Weekly . The Intellectual As Hero in 1990S Ukrainian Fiction In a review for
, Gerri Kimber wrote “I can’t imagine that a wittier book than Tim Conley’s The Times Literary Supplement has ever been written about such complex subject matter – namely what it means when we speak, in relation to the works of Joyce, of the “uses” of a text, and in particular the distinction between “the liberal arts” and the “useful arts.” Useless Joyce
edited by Adam M. Dodek The Charter Debates: The Special Joint Committee on the Constitution, 1980-81, and the Making of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
edited by Andrea Andersson Postscript: Writing After Conceptual Art
by Alex Garganigo Samson’s Cords: Imposing Oaths in Milton, Marvell, and Butler
by Alex Mills Biology of Sex
by Amy Carney Marriage and Fatherhood in the Nazi SS
by Andrea Doucet Do Men Mother? Second Edition
by Anne C. McCarthy Awful Parenthesis: Suspension and the Sublime in Romantic and Victorian Poetry
edited by Barbara H. Rosenwein Reading the Middle Ages: Sources from Europe, Byzantium, and the Islamic World, Third Edition
edited by Barbara H. Rosenwein Reading the Middle Ages Volume I: From c.300 to c.1150
edited by Barbara H. Rosenwein Reading the Middle Ages Volume II: From c.900 to c.1500
edited by Barbara H. Rosenwein A Short History of the Middle Ages, Fifth Edition
, Fifth Edition edited by Barbara H. Rosenwein A Short History of the Middle Ages, Volume I: From c.300 to c.1150
by Benjamin Fraser Cognitive Disability Aesthetics: Visual Culture, Disability Representations, and the (In)Visibility of Cognitive Difference
by Carolyn Hughes Tuohy Remaking Policy: Scale, Pace, and Political Strategy in Health Care Reform
by Christopher McCreery The Order of Canada: Genesis of an Honours System, Second Edition
edited by David Edward Tabachnick, Toivo Koivukoski, and Hermínio Meireles Teixeira Challenging Theocracy: Ancient Lessons for Global Politics
by Desiderius Erasmus The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 2472 to 2634
Edited by Desmond Manderson Law and the Visual: Representations, Technologies, Critique
by Donald Creighton John A. Macdonald: The Young Politician, The Old Chieftain
by Donna E. Wood Federalism in Action: The Devolution of Canada’s Public Employment Service, 1995-2015
by Dustin Galer Working towards Equity: Disability Rights Activism and Employment in Late Twentieth-Century Canada
edited by Fiona Polack Tracing Ochre: Changing Perspectives on the Beothuk
by Giacomo da Lentini The Complete Poetry of Giacomo da Lentini
by Gillian Crowther Eating Culture: An Anthropological Guide to Food, Second Edition
by Jane Nicholas Canadian Carnival Freaks and the Extraordinary Body, 1900-1970s
edited by Janine Brodie Contemporary Inequalities and Social Justice in Canada
by John C. Stout Objects Observed: The Poetry of Things in Twentieth-Century France and America
by Katherine Fierlbeck Nova Scotia: A Health System Profile
by Kathryn M. Campbell Miscarriages of Justice in Canada: Causes, Responses, Remedies
by Laura Huey and Ryan Broll Becoming Strong: Impoverished Women and the Struggle to Overcome Violence
by Loleen Berdahl and Jonathan Malloy Work Your Career: Get What You Want from Your Social Sciences or Humanities PhD
by Luca Cottini The Art of Objects: The Birth of Italian Industrial Culture, 1878-1928
by Edited by Martha Rampton European Magic and Witchcraft: A Reader
by Mary Lorena Kenny Deeply Rooted in the Present
by Michael Dawson Selling Out or Buying In?: Debating Consumerism in Vancouver and Victoria, 1945-1985
by Michelle J. Smith, Kristine Moruzi, and Clare Bradford From Colonial to Modern: Transnational Girlhood in Canadian, Australian, and New Zealand Literature, 1840-1940
by Patrick O’Neill Trilingual Joyce: The Anna Livia Variations
by Paul Stoller Adventures in Blogging: Public Anthropology and Popular Media
by Robbie Richardson The Savage and Modern Self: North American Indians in Eighteenth-Century British Literature and Culture
by Sara J. Brenneis Spaniards in Mauthausen: Representations of a Nazi Concentration Camp, 1940-2015
by Serhiy Bilenky Imperial Urbanism in the Borderlands: Kyiv, 1800-1905
by Steven High One Job Town: Work, Belonging, and Betrayal in Northern Ontario
by Susan Carlile Charlotte Lennox: An Independent Mind
by Taylor Hollander Power, Politics, and Principles: Mackenzie King and Labour, 1935-1948
by Ted Rutland Displacing Blackness: Planning, Power, and Race in Twentieth-Century Halifax
by Valerie J. Korinek Prairie Fairies: A History of Queer Communities and People in Western Canada, 1930-1985
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Here’s what we were up to last month:
Our European History and Slavic Studies acquisitions editor, Stephen Shapiro, was at The 2017 ASEEES Annual Convention in Chicago, IL from November 9-12, 2017.
Our History Editor in Higher Education, Natalie Fingerhut, and Editorial Assistant Julia Cadney both attended the History of Science Society annual meeting in Toronto, November 9-12, 2017.
Len Husband, acquisitions editor for Canadian and Native History, Philosophy, and History, had some really productive meetings at the annual meeting for American Academy for Religion in Boston, MA from November 18-21, 2017; we look forward to adding many more titles to our
Lonergan Studies series. Anne Brackenbury, Jodi Lewchuk, and Kristopher Gies represented the press at the 116th meeting of the American Anthropological Association in Washington, D.C. from November 29 – December 3, 2017. Anne also participated in a panel on Drawing Culture: or the Art of Ethnography in Graphic Form: The Making of
, the first title in our ethnoGRAPHIC series. Lissa
The Osgoode Society hosted a launch for
by Dennis Molinaro at Convocation Hall. An Exceptional Law: Section 98 and the Emergency State, 1919-1936
reviewed Blacklocks Reporter by J.R. Miller. Residential Schools and Reconciliation Ron Hawker gave three talks in November, based on his book
, at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery, in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Yakuglas’ Legacy: The Art and Times of Charlie James
‘s Mark Medley talked with Gillian Roberts and mentioned her book The Globe and Mail in a feature piece about the current glut of literary awards in Canada. Prizing Literature As part of University Press Week, the blog
showcased Jane Nicholas’s forthcoming book 49th Shelf . Canadian Carnival Freaks and the Extraordinary Body, 1900-1970s Ron Rubin’s award-winning study
featured prominently in Kouchibouguac: Removal, Resistance, and Remembrance at a Canadian National Park ‘s feature-length profile of 88 year-old squatter and “N.B. Rebel” Jackie Vautour’s epic battle to secure the land rights for the National Park. The Globe and Mail
reviewed Le Devoir Combating Poverty: Quebec’s Pursuit of a Distinctive Welfare State by Axel van den Berg, Charles Plante, Hicham Raïq, Christine Proulx, and Sam Faustmann. As part of the “U of T in Your Neighbourhood” series, Robert Vipond gave a talk based on his book
at Old Mill Toronto. Making a Global City: How One Toronto School Embraced Diversity
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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 4
th-8 th. Editors Douglas Hildebrand and Anne Brackenbury attended the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting from August 12
th-15 th in Montreal. Our books were on display at the Beijing International Book Fair from August 23
rd-27 th. Editors Mat Buntin and Daniel Quinlan just returned from San Francisco, where they attended the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting & Exhibition from August 31
st-September 3 rd.
In the Media:
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: Gentrifier 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
appeared in Making a Global City: How One Toronto School Embraced Diversity
The Globe & Mail.In his review in The Literary Review of Canada, Joshua Nichols says that “what Peter Russell accomplishes in is no small feat.” Canada’s Odyssey: A Country Based on Incomplete Conquests Christopher Moore’s History News also reviewed Russell’s book. Kristine Kowalchuk’s
was reviewed in Preserving on Paper: Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen’s Receipt Book The Edmonton Journal.
The Scholarly Kitchen used 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. The Slow Professor: Challenging the Culture of Speed in the Academy Cecilia Morgan, author of
, 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 Commemorating Canada: History, Heritage, and Memory, 1850s-1990s Cross Country Check-up, The House and The Current.
edited by Nicholas Aroney and John Kincaid (New in Paperback) Courts in Federal Countries: Federalists Or Unitarists?
by Mieke Bal Narratology: Introduction to the Theory of Narrative, Fourth Edition
by Daniel Béland, André Lecours, Gregory P. Marchildon, Haizhen Mou, and M. Rose Olfert Fiscal Federalism and Equalization Policy in Canada: Political and Economic Dimensions
by Michael K. Corman Paramedics On and Off the Streets: Emergency Medical Services in the Age of Technological Governance
by Manny Drukier (New in Paperback) Carved in Stone: Holocaust Years – A Boy’s Tale
by Desiderius Erasmus, translated by John N. Grant Prolegomena to the Adages: Adagiorum Collectanea, Indexes to Erasmus’ Adages
by Ryan D. Giles Inscribed Power: Amulets and Magic in Early Spanish Literature
by Miles Groth Translating Heidegger
edited by Corrinne Harol and Mark Simpson Literary / Liberal Entanglements: Toward a Literary History for the Twenty-First Century
by Julie Kaye Responding to Human Trafficking: Dispossession, Colonial Violence, and Resistance Among Indigenous and Racialized Women
by Bernard Lonergan, edited by Robert M. Doran and John D. Dadosky Method in Theology
edited by Stephen McBride and Bryan M. Evans The Austerity State
edited by Nicholas A. Phelps Old Europe, New Suburbanization?: Governance, Land, and Infrastructure in European Suburbanization
edited by Thomas Postlewait Bernard Shaw and William Archer
by Damien Stankiewicz Europe Un-Imagined: Nation and Culture at a French-German Television Channel
by Axel van den Berg, Charles Plante, Hicham Raïq, Christine Proulx, and Samuel Faustmann Combating Poverty: Quebec’s Pursuit of a Distinctive Welfare State
by Linda A. White Constructing Policy Change: Early Childhood Education and Care in Liberal Welfare States
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Here is a recap of what went on at UTP in the month of July.
In the Media:
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