University of Alberta Press
The Practice of Media Relations in Canada
Third edition of the "go-to" textbook on media relations, demonstrating a proactive and planned approach.
New Directions in Theory and Practice
A far-reaching look into contemporary Indigenous education, essential for anyone involved in culturally responsive education.
Access and Stewardship
A critical analysis of Canadian government information publishing—essential reading for librarians, archivists, and researchers.
Accusation and Criminalization in Canada
A complex and wide-reaching volume that asks how and why people are constructed as "criminals."
Classical Ballet Meets Contemporary Video Games
Romantic ballet meets artificial intelligence to change the tragic narrative, allowing for possible "feminine endings."
Canada’s First World War Internment Camps
Through oral history and photography, Semchuk examines the consequences of Canada’s first internment camps.
The Last Four Stories
An intimate look at displaced Polish soldiers who built new lives in postwar Alberta.
A major book on Canada’s most-storied pre–World War I figure and early Confederation history.
Birds, Parasites, and the World They Share
An enthusiastic exploration of the co-evolutionary dance of birds and their parasites.
Finding Community in a Changing Neighbourhood
A young mother’s extended love note to a city’s storied and notorious neighborhood.
An Anthology of Essays
This diverse anthology of contemporary creative nonfiction explores the universal agony and hope of waiting.
Sea Voyage to Svalbard
A sea voyage connecting continents traces the impacts of climate change on northern lands.
The Unfinished Autobiography
An annotated edition of John Rae’s unfinished autobiography that completes his unparalleled life story.
Transfer of Knowledge in Arctic Regions
An edited collection that surveys Indigenous knowledge practices in northern Canada, Greenland, and Scandinavia.
Building Canadian Muslim Communities
Community history of first Canadian mosque (1938), celebrating Muslim-Canadian identity and Canada’s homegrown Islamic communities.
Machines and Free Readers in Experimental Poetry
A provocative text that uses postanarchism to explore contemporary poetry and digital media.
An edited, annotated collection of funny, affectionate, and insightful letters between two Canadian literary icons.
Poetry that explores our fraught relationship with nature: playful, serious, heartsore.
Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters
A powerful collection of voices that speak to antiviolence work from a cross-generational Indigenous perspective.
Poetry, science, ecological calamity, and human-driven climate change. Where do we fit in the universe?