University of Alberta Press
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.
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.
Wildfire, Family and the Road Home
Personal account of fleeing a Canadian wildfire that devastated a community and garnered international attention.
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.
Nothing Is But You and I
Majestic poems look up and out at a larger world; inviting, contemplating, deliberating, reflecting.
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?
Birds, Parasites, and the World They Share
An enthusiastic exploration of the co-evolutionary dance of birds and their parasites.
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."
New Directions in Theory and Practice
A far-reaching look into contemporary Indigenous education, essential for anyone involved in culturally responsive education.
Classical Ballet Meets Contemporary Video Games
Romantic ballet meets artificial intelligence to change the tragic narrative, allowing for possible "feminine endings."
The Last Four Stories
An intimate look at displaced Polish soldiers who built new lives in postwar Alberta.
Canada’s First World War Internment Camps
Through oral history and photography, Semchuk examines the consequences of Canada’s first internment camps.
A major book on Canada’s most-storied pre–World War I figure and early Confederation history.
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.