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Sisters or Strangers?: Immigrant, Ethnic, and Racialized Women in Canadian History - Second Edition
Sisters or Strangers?: Immigrant, Ethnic, and Racialized Women in Canadian History - Second Edition
Edited by Marlene Epp and Franca Iacovetta

Spanning more than two hundred years of history, from the eighteenth century to the twenty-first, Sisters or Strangers? explores the complex lives of immigrant, ethnic, and racialized women in Canada.

Available May 2016
Obesity in Canada: Critical Perspectives
Obesity in Canada: Critical Perspectives
Edited by Jenny Ellison, Deborah McPhail, and Wendy Mitchinson

Obesity in Canada takes a broader, critical perspective of our supposed obesity epidemic

Available May 2016
The Fate of Labour Socialism: The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation and the Dream of a Working-Class Future
The Fate of Labour Socialism: The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation and the Dream of a Working-Class Future
By James Naylor

The Fate of Labour Socialism is a fundamental reexamination of the CCF and Canadian working-class politics in the 1930s, one that will help historians better understand Canada’s political, intellectual, and labour history.

Available May 2016
A Century of Maritime Science: The St. Andrews Biological Station
A Century of Maritime Science: The St. Andrews Biological Station
Edited by Jennifer Hubbard, David Wildish, and Robert Stephenson

A Century of Maritime Science reviews the fisheries, environmental, oceanographic, and aquaculture research conducted over the last hundred years at St. Andrews from the perspective of the participating scientists.

Available Apr 2016
Separate Beds: A History of Indian Hospitals in Canada, 1920s-1980s
Separate Beds: A History of Indian Hospitals in Canada, 1920s-1980s
By Maureen K. Lux

A disturbing look at the dark side of the liberal welfare state, Separate Beds reveals a history of racism and negligence in health care for Canada’s First Nations that should never be forgotten.

Available Apr 2016
The Judicial Role in a Diverse Federation: Lessons from the Supreme court of Canada
The Judicial Role in a Diverse Federation: Lessons from the Supreme court of Canada
By Robert Schertzer

In The Judicial Role in a Diverse Federation, Robert Schertzer uses the example of the Supreme Court of Canada to examine how apex courts manage diversity and conflict in federal states.

Available Apr 2016
Kouchibouguac: Removal, Resistance, and Remembrance at a Canadian National Park
Kouchibouguac: Removal, Resistance, and Remembrance at a Canadian National Park
By Ronald Rudin

In Kouchibouguac, Ronald Rudin tells the story of the park’s establishment, the resistance of its residents, and the memory of that experience.

Available Apr 2016
Canada and the Third World: Overlapping Histories
Canada and the Third World: Overlapping Histories
Edited by Karen Dubinsky, Sean Mills, and Scott Rutherford

Canada and the Third World provides a long overdue introduction to Canada's historical relationship with the Third World.

Available Mar 2016
Living with War: Twentieth-Century Conflict in Canadian and American History and Memory
Living with War: Twentieth-Century Conflict in Canadian and American History and Memory
By Robert Teigrob

In Living with War, Robert Teigrob examines how war is experienced and remembered on both sides of the 49th parallel.

Available Mar 2016
The Regenerators, 2nd Edition: Social Criticism in Late Victorian English Canada
The Regenerators, 2nd Edition: Social Criticism in Late Victorian English Canada
By Ramsay Cook
With a New Introduction by Donald Wright

The Regenerators explores the nature of social criticism and its complex ties to the religious thinking of the day, showing how the path blazed by nineteenth-century religious liberals led not to the Kingdom of God on earth, but, ironically, to the secular city.

Available Mar 2016