University of Alberta Press
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.
An Anatomy of the Holodomor
A distilled account of famine incorporating new sources during the past three decades.
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.
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.
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.
Traditional Knowledge for Northern Community Well-being
Collaboration between traditional knowledge and Western bio-medicine aims to improve health care in Northern communities.
Stories from Johnny Neyelle, Dene Elder
A vital book of cultural storytelling for Dene readers and anyone invested in Indigenous knowledge-keeping.
Accomplished poet’s new collection of sensuous, intelligent poems that contemplate art, memory, and personal longing.
Delicate, authentic poems that oscillate between grief and joy as they explore parenthood and loss.
Wildfire, Family and the Road Home
Personal account of fleeing a Canadian wildfire that devastated a community and garnered international attention.
A brilliantly imaginative and boldly surrealistic tale of struggle between good and evil.
Nothing Is But You and I
Majestic poems look up and out at a larger world; inviting, contemplating, deliberating, reflecting.
Selections from the Bruce P. Dancik Collection of Angling Books
Nearly 100 highlights of an extraordinary collection of angling-related rare books and print ephemera.
The Practice of Media Relations in Canada
Third edition of the "go-to" textbook on media relations, demonstrating a proactive and planned approach.
Places Imagined and Real
Is there a limit to the liberties a writer can take with the real world?