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The Sopranos: Born Under a Bad Sign
By Franco Ricci
In The Sopranos: Born under a Bad Sign, Franco Ricci presents an insightful analysis of the groundbreaking HBO series and its complex psychological themes.
Lessons from Latin America: Innovations in Politics, Culture, and Development
By Felipe Arocena and Kirk Bowman
This brief and accessible book showcases the way Latin American societies have approached major social, cultural, and political-economic issues with innovative policy solutions.
Religious Radicalization and Securitization in Canada and Beyond:
Edited by Paul Bramadat and Lorne Dawson
Religious Radicalization and Securitization in Canada and Beyond examines the challenges created by both religious radicalism and the stateâ€™s and societyâ€™s response to it.
On Being Rich and Poor: Christianity in a Time of Economic Globalization
By Jacques Ellul Compiled, Edited, and Translated by Willem H. Vanderburg
On Being Rich and Poor is an unprecedented look at how one of the twentieth centuryâ€™s foremost thinkers grappled with some of todayâ€™s most challenging issues.
Introducing Archaeology, Second Edition
By Robert J. Muckle
Introducing Archaeology provides a concise, affordable, and lively entrance into the fascinating discipline of archaeology.
In On Being Here to Stay, Asch retells the story of Canada with a focus on the relationship between First Nations and settlers.
This new edition of Coppâ€™s bestselling, award-winning history includes a new introduction that reflects on the genesis of the book and its impact on our understanding of the Second World War.
Bonnie Sherr Klein's 'Not a Love Story'
By Rebecca Sullivan
Bonnie Sherr Kleinâ€™s 'Not a Love Story' provocatively examines the first Canadian film to explore pornographyâ€™s role in society from a feminist perspective.
This Blessed Land: Crimea and the Crimean Tatars
By Paul Robert Magocsi
An authoritative introduction to the Crimean peninsula, This Blessed Land is the first book in English to trace the vast history of Crimea from pre-historic times to the present.
Vicarious Kinks: S/M in the Socio-Legal Imaginary
By Ummni Khan
In Vicarious Kinks, Ummni Khan looks at the mass of claims that film, feminism, the human sciences, and law make about sadomasochism and its practitioners, and the way those claims become the basis for the legal regulation of sadomasochist pornography and practice.
This is the story of Margarida de Portu, a fourteenth-century French medieval woman accused of poisoning her husband to death.
Learning to School: Federalism and Public Schooling in Canada
By Jennifer Wallner
Beginning with the earliest provincial education policies and taking readers right up to contemporary policy debates, Learning to School chronicles how, through learning and cooperation, the provinces gradually established a country-wide system of public schooling.
Social Theory: Continuity and Confrontation: A Reader, Third Edition
Edited by Roberta Garner and Black Hawk Hancock
The organization of this popular social theory reader, which pairs classical articles with contemporary theoretical and empirical studies, highlights the historical flow of social theory and demonstrates how disagreements and confrontations shape theory over time.
In Indigenous African Knowledge Production, Njoki Nathani Wane uses food-processing practices â€“ preparing, preserving, cooking, and serving â€“ as an entry point into the indigenous knowledge of the Embu and the role that rural Embu women play in creating and transmitting it.
Copyfight: The Global Politics of Digital Copyright Reform
By Blayne Haggart
Blayne Haggart follows the WIPO treaties from negotiation to implementation from the perspective of three countries: the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Life in Words: Essays on Chaucer, the Gawain-Poet, and Malory
By Jill MannEdited and with an introduction by Mark David Rasmussen
This volume collects fifteen landmark essays published over the last three decades by the distinguished medievalist Jill Mann.
In Afghanistan Remembers, Parin Dossa examines how violence is remembered by Afghan women through memories and food practices in their homeland and its diaspora.
Incorporating Texts into Institutional Ethnographies:
Edited by Dorothy E. Smith and Susan Marie Turner
Incorporating Texts into Institutional Ethnographies presents a selection of essays highlighting the ethnographic investigation of how texts coordinate and organize peopleâ€™s activities across space and time.
The Crusades: A Reader, Second Edition
Edited by S.J. Allen and Emilie Amt
Since the publication of the first edition of The Crusades: A Reader, interest in the Crusades has increased dramatically, fueled in part by current global interactions between the Muslim world and Western nations.
Employment Equity in Canada: The Legacy of the Abella Report
Edited by Carol AgĂłcs Foreword by Justice Rosalie Abella
More than twenty-five years after the Abella Commission on Equality in Employment, Employment Equity in Canada examines the state of employment equity in Canada today.
Bad Time Stories: Government-Union Conflicts and the Rhetoric of Legitimation Strategies
By Yonatan Reshef and Charles Keim
Bad Time Stories offers a unique perspective on an issue that is sure to be of interest to scholars of business, public policy, and industrial relations, as well to those involved with public sector labor relations.
Using interviews, letters, notebooks, and their published texts, Powe offers a new alchemy of their thought, in which he combines the philosophical hallmarks of McLuhan’s “The medium is the message” and Frye’s “the great code.”
Publicity and the Canadian State: Critical Communications Perspectives
Edited by Kirsten Kozolanka
Bringing together contemporary Canadian analysis by scholars in a number of fields, this collection will be a welcome new resource for academics, public relations and policy professionals, and government communicators at all levels.
In Wisdom, Justice, and Charity, historian Suzanne Morton uses Jane B. Wisdomâ€™s professional life to explore how the welfare state was built from the ground up by thousands of pragmatic and action-oriented social workers.
Canada and the United States: Differences that Count, Fourth Edition
Edited by David M. Thomas and David N. Biette
Canada and the United States: Differences that Count investigates why and how the United States and Canadaâ€”while so close and seemingly so similarâ€”remain different in so many ways.
Racialization, Crime, and Criminal Justice in Canada
By Wendy Chan and Dorothy Chunn
Race still matters in Canada, and in the context of crime and criminal justice, it matters a lot. In this book, the authors focus on the ways in which racial minority groups are criminalized,as well as the ways in which the Canadian criminal justice system is racialized.
Italian Women Writers: Gender and Everyday Life in Fiction and Journalism, 1870-1910
By Katharine Mitchell
Italian Women Writers looks at the work of three of the most significant women in late nineteenth century ItalyÂ whose domestic fiction and journalism addressed a growing female readership.
Truth and Indignation offers the first close and critical assessment of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) as it is unfolding.
Since the 1990s, Mirzeler has travelled to East Africa to apprentice with storytellers.Â Remembering Nayeche and the Gray Bull EngiroÂ is both an account of his experience listening to these storytellers and of how oral tradition continues to evolve in the modern world.
The Feel of the City: Experiences of Urban Transformation
By Nicolas Kenny
The Feel of the City exposes the sensory experiences of city-dwellers in Montreal and Brussels at the turn of the century and the ways in which these shaped the social and cultural significance of urban space.
Ukraine: An Illustrated History
By Paul Robert Magocsi
Rather than limiting his study to an examination of the country's numerically largest population - ethnic Ukrainians - acclaimed scholar Paul Robert Magocsi emphasizes the multicultural nature of Ukraine throughout its history.
The Culture of the Seven Years' War: Empire, Identity, and the Arts in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World
Edited by Frans De Bruyn and Shaun Regan
With essays by notable scholars that address the war’s impact in Europe and the Atlantic world, this volume is sure to become essential reading for those interested in the relationship between war, culture, and the arts.
Hockey, PQ: Canada's Game in Quebec's Popular Culture
By Amy J. Ransom
Hockey, PQ explores how Canadaâ€™s national sport has been used to signify a specific QuĂ©bĂ©cois identity.
The Promised Land: History and Historiography of the Black Experience in Chatham-Kent's Settlements and Beyond
Edited by Boulou Ebanda de Bâ€™bĂ©ri, Nina Reid-Maroney, and Handel Kashope WrightEpilogue by Afua Cooper
Eschewing the often romanticized Underground Railroad narrative that portrays southern Ontario as the welcoming destination of Blacks fleeing from slavery, The Promised Land reveals the Chatham-Kent area as a crucial settlement site for an early Black presence in Canada.
Essays on Eddic Poetry
By John McKinnell Edited by Donata Kick and John D. Shafer
Originally published between 1988 and 2008, these twelve essays cover a wide range of mythological and heroic poems and have been revised and updated to reflect the latest scholarship.
Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts: A Bibliographical Handlist of Manuscripts and Manuscript Fragments Written or Owned in England up to 1100
By Helmut Gneuss and Michael Lapidge
Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts is the first publication to list every surviving manuscript or manuscript fragment written in Anglo-Saxon England between the seventh and the eleventh centuries or imported into the country during that time.
Commissions of Inquiry and Policy Change: A Comparative Analysis
Edited by Gregory J. Inwood and Carolyn M. Johns
In search of answers, Commissions of Inquiry and Policy Change analyzes ten landmark inquiries ranging across a variety of political, economic, social, cultural, environmental, and legal issues.
Bernard Shaw and Gilbert Murray
Edited by Charles A. Carpenter
This collection of 171 letters, most never before published, finally makes the fascinating Shaw/Murray correspondence available.
The Shaping of Western Civilization: From Antiquity to the Present
By Michael Burger
The Shaping of Western Civilization begins with the ancient Near East and ends with globalization. Unlike other textbooks that pile on dates and facts, it provides a more coherent and interpretive presentation.
Unmaking Imperial Russia examines Hrushevsky's construction of a new historical paradigm that brought about the nationalization of the Ukrainian past and established Ukrainian history as a separate field of study.
Governing Urban Economies: Innovation and Inclusion in Canadian City Regions
Edited by Neil Bradford and Allison Bramwell
Featuring an interdisciplinary group of established and up-and-coming scholars, this collection breaks new ground in the Canadian urban politics literature and will appeal to urbanists working in a range of national contexts.
Canadian Politics, Sixth Edition
Edited by James Bickerton and Alain-G. Gagnon
The sixth edition of Canadian Politics continues the work of earlier editions in offering a comprehensive introduction to Canadian government and politics by a widely recognizedand highly respected group of political scientists, writing on subjects on which they are recognized experts.
Eating Culture: An Anthropological Guide to Food
By Gillian Crowther
Eating Culture offers a highly engaging overview of how anthropologists understand food, drawing on a wide variety of examples from different ethnic groups, times, and social contexts.
Reading the Middle Ages: Sources from Europe, Byzantium, and the Islamic World, Second Edition
Edited by Barbara H. Rosenwein
Covering over one thousand years of history and containing primary source material from the European, Byzantine, and Islamic worlds, Barbara H. Rosenwein's Reading the Middle Ages, Second Edition once again brings the Middle Ages to life.
Rena Bivens takes the reader inside TV newsrooms to explore how news organisations are responding to the paradigmatic shifts in media and communication practices.
A Short History of the Middle Ages, Fourth Edition
By Barbara H. Rosenwein
Barbara H. Rosenwein's bestselling survey text continues to stand out by integrating the history of three medieval civilizations (European, Byzantine, and Islamic) in a lively narrative.
Innovating for the Global South: Towards an Inclusive Innovation Agenda
By Dilip Soman, Janice Gross Stein, and Joseph Wong
Innovating for the Global South offers fresh solutions for reducing poverty in the developing world.
Capitalism and Classical Social Theory, Second Edition
By John Bratton and David Denham
Capitalism and Classical Social Theory, Second Edition offers solid coverage of the classical triumvirate (Marx, Durkheim, and Weber), but also extends the canon strategically to include Simmel, four early female theorists, and the writings of Du Bois.
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