University of Alberta Press
A comprehensive, thematically-organized compilation of constitutional documents relating to Canada, its provinces, and territories.
Affect and Writing in Canada / Affect et écriture au Canada
Essays in French or English use affect as a lens for reading contemporary Canadian literatures.
A Bimodal Theory
Identifying and understanding camouflaged aggression and the characteristics of organizations that foster and enable it.
Undoing Discipline in the Humanities Classroom
An innovative collection that urges instructors to make the humanities classroom a space for resistance.
Madeeha Hafez Albatta
The personal story of a brave Palestinian woman’s fight for dignity and freedom.
Memory and reality, homeland and settlement, life and death—uncovering sacrifices, secrets, and forgiveness.
Wry, poignant poems conjure ghosts, prairie history, and grief while questioning modern environmental impacts.
An Homage to James Baldwin
Strong, voice-driven poetry explores the broader experience of the African diaspora, and taboos within taboos.
How Black life is made and unmade by and in literature; arguing for new vocabularies.
The Hudson’s Bay Company and Its North American Workforce, 1668–1786
An essential examination of the role of labourers in early modern Atlantic political-economic history.
Methodologies and Ecologies in Research-Creation
A provocative discussion of knowledge-making, ways of knowing, and what counts as legitimate knowledge transmission.
Professional Hockey and the Politics of Urban Development
Big money and municipal politics collide in the story of Edmonton’s Rogers Place hockey arena.
A captivating and approachable portrait of the life and work of a Canadian musical legend.
The Literatures of Canada and Quebec / Les littératures au Canada et au Québec
Essays examining the sense of crisis that transform Canadian and Quebec writings in English and French.
Branching Out Magazine and the Making of Canadian Feminism
A vital text of feminist recuperation; an eye-opening examination of feminist publishing, community-building, and survival.
An Anatomy of the Holodomor
A distilled account of famine incorporating new sources during the past three decades.
Transforming the Experience of Head and Neck Cancer
A unique fusion of medicine and art exploring the experience of head and neck cancer.
Vulnerable and funny, this memoir explores Jewish identity, family, the Holocaust, and belonging.
Proceedings of the CIUS Fortieth Anniversary Conference, 14–15 October 2016
Conference proceedings discussing the past, present, and future of Ukrainian studies in North America.
Stories from Johnny Neyelle, Dene Elder
A vital book of cultural storytelling for Dene readers and anyone invested in Indigenous knowledge-keeping.