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Broadcasting Policy in Canada, Second Edition
By Robert Armstrong
The second edition of Broadcasting Policy in Canada offers a comprehensive overview of the policies that provide the foundation for the Canadian broadcasting system, including discussion of topics such as Canadian content, media regulation, and program financing.
Carol Shields and the Writer-Critic
By Brenda Beckman-Long
Carol Shields and the Writer-Critic contributes to the scholarship on life writing and autobiography, literary criticism, and feminist and critical theory.
On Civic Republicanism: Ancient Lessons for Global Politics
Edited by Geoffrey C. Kellow and Neven Leddy
On Civic Republicanism explores the enduring relevance of the ancient concepts of republicanism and civic virtue to modern questions about political engagement and identity.
Developing the Lonergan Legacy: Historical, Theoretical, and Existential Themes
By Frederick Crowe and Michael Vertin
Developing the Lonergan Legacy both recounts the history of Lonergan's work in philosophy and theology, and offers significant theoretical and existential developments of that work.
In this book, Hayhoe paints a picture of a surprisingly mobile and dynamic Burgundian rural population.
Patricia Keller analyses the aesthetics of haunting and the relationship between ideology and image production by revisiting twentieth-century Spanish history through the camera’s lens.
Knights in Arms moves beyond the best-known examples of the genre, such as Philip Sidney’s Arcadia, to consider the broad range of texts which featured the Eastern Mediterranean in this era.
Alexander the Great in the Middle Ages: Transcultural Perspectives
Edited by Markus Stock
Alongside studies of the Alexander legend in medieval and early modern Latin, English, French, German, and Persian, Alexander the Great in the Middle Ages breaks new ground by examining rarer topics such as Hebrew Alexander romances, Coptic and Arabic Alexander materials, and early modern Malay versions of the Alexander legend.
In Punishment and the History of Political Philosophy, Arthur Shuster offers an insightful study of punishment in the works of Plato, Hobbes, Montesquieu, Beccaria, Kant, and Foucault.
A must-read for managers, students of marketing and political marketing, and anyone interested in learning more about how presidential campaigns operate.
Adapting in the Dust: Lessons Learned from Canada's War in Afghanistan
By Stephen M. Saideman
Adapting in the Dust is a vital evaluation of how well Canada’s institutions, parties, and policy makers responded to the need to oversee and sustain a military intervention overseas.
Benedict XIV and the Enlightenment: Art, Science, and Spirituality
Edited by Rebecca Messbarger, Christopher M.S. Johns, and Philip Gavitt
Benedict XIV and the Enlightenment offers a comprehensive assessment of Benedict’s engagement with Enlightenment art, science, spirituality, and culture.
The Incarnate Word: The Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan, Volume 8 (The Robert Mollot Collection)
By Bernard Lonergan, Edited by Robert M. Doran and Jeremy D. Wilkins, Translated by Charles C. Hefling, Jr
The Incarnate Word contains the first four of five parts in Bernard Lonergan’s De Verbo Incarnato, a Latin textbook for the course he taught at the Gregorian University in Rome.
Japanese Society and the Politics of the North Korean Threat
By Seung Hyok Lee
Japanese Society and the Politics of the North Korean Threat explains the dramatic shift in Japanese policy between the North Korean ballistic missile tests of 1998 and 2006.
In Observing the Outports, Jeff A. Webb illustrates how interdisciplinary collaborations created the field of “Newfoundland studies.”
Mussolini's Decennale: Aura and Mythmaking in Fascist Italy
By Antonio Morena
Positioning the 1932 anniversary celebrations as the crux of the fascist transition from conservatism to totalitarianism, Mussolini’s Decennale broadens our understanding of fascist ideology, cultural politics, and Realpolitik.
Who is the Historian?
By Nigel A. Raab
Today's students are questioning why they should take courses in the humanities and social sciences. Using a conversational voice, Raab provides an answer by explaining the role of the historian and what she or he does.
Learning Activism is designed to encourage a deeper engagement with the intellectual life of activists who organize for social, political, and ecological justice.
World's Fairs Italian-Style: The Great Expositions in Turin and their Narratives, 1860-1915
By Cristina Della Coletta
Of interest to students and scholars of literature, cultural history, and Italian, World's Fairs Italian-Style provides a fascinating glimpse into a hitherto unexplored area of study, and brings to light a cultural phenomenon that played a significant role in shaping Italy's national identity.
Sources for the History of Western Civilization is a primary source reader designed specifically to allow undergraduate students to interact with historical documents without unnecessary editorial intervention.
Anniversary Essays on Alexander Pope's 'The Rape of the Lock'
Edited by Donald W. Nichol
In celebration of its tercentenary, this collection brings together ten eminent scholars with new perspectives on the poem.
Herder: Aesthetics against Imperialism
By John K. Noyes
In Herder: Aesthetics against Imperialism, John K. Noyes plumbs the connections between Herder’s anti-imperialism, often acknowledged but rarely explored in depth, and his epistemological investigations.
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.
Sustainable Banking: Managing the Social and Environmental Impact of Financial Institutions
By Olaf Weber and Blair Feltmate
Sustainable Banking introduces business leaders and students to the many ways in which financial institutions can manage their environmental and social impact and meet the needs of the current generation without compromising the needs of future generations.
Playing for Change: The Continuing Struggle for Sport and Recreation
Edited by Russell Field
This book provides wide-ranging examples of cutting-edge research in sports studies.
A Nation in Conflict: Canada and the Two World Wars
By Andrew Iarocci and Jeffrey A. Keshen
Written both for classroom use and for the general reader, A Nation in Conflict is an accessible introduction to the complexities of Canada’s involvement in the twentieth century’s most important conflicts.
The Sleep of Others and the Transformation of Sleep Research
By Kenton Kroker
Examining a vast historical period of 2500 years, Kroker separates the problems associated with the history of dreaming from those associated with sleep itself and charts sleep-related diseases such as narcolepsy, insomnia, and sleep apnea.
Lessons of the Holocaust
By Michael R. MarrusForeword by Margaret MacMillan
Lessons of the Holocaust is the perfect guide for the general reader to the historical and moral controversies which infuse the interpretation of the Holocaust and its significance.
Baroque Visual Rhetoric
By Vernon Hyde Minor
Baroque Visual Rhetoric probes the Baroque’s combination of style and message and the methodological basis on which the critical art historian comes to establish that meaning.
Diaminds: Decoding the Mental Habits of Successful Thinkers
By Mihnea Moldoveanu and Roger Martin
Moldoveanu and Martin draw upon case studies and interviews - as well as theories and models from cognitive psychology, epistemology, analytic philosophy, and semiotics - to offer a new conception of successful intelligence that is immediately applicable to business situations.
From New Peoples to New Nations: Aspects of Metis History and Identity from the Eighteenth to the Twenty-first Centuries
By Gerhard J. Ens and Joe Sawchuk
From New Peoples to New Nations is a broad historical account of the emergence of the Metis as distinct peoples in North America over the last three hundred years.
Horses in Society: A Story of Animal Breeding and Marketing Culture, 1800-1920
By Margaret E. Derry
Derry’s fascinating study is also a story of the evolution of animal medicine and humanitarian movements, and of international relations, particularly between Canada and the United States.
Dean interrogates representations that aim to humanize the murdered or missing women, asking how these might inadvertently feed into the presumed dehumanization of sex work, Indigeneity, and living in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver.
The Ethics of Discernment: Lonergan's Foundations for Ethics
By Patrick H. Byrne
In The Ethics of Discernment, Patrick H. Byrne presents an approach to ethics that builds upon the cognitional theory and the philosophical method of self-appropriation that Bernard Lonergan introduced in his book Insight, as well as upon Lonergan’s later writing on ethics and values.
Comparative Federalism: A Systematic Inquiry, Second Edition
By Thomas O. Hueglin and Alan Fenna
Comparative Federalism, Second Edition is a uniquely comprehensive, analytic, and genuinely comparative introduction to the principles and practices, as well as the institutional compromises, of federalism.
Law's Religion: Religious Difference and the Claims of Constitutionalism
By Benjamin L. Berger
In Law’s Religion, Benjamin L. Berger argues that liberal constitutionalism is an aspect of, not an answer to, the challenges of cultural pluralism.
Through the Lens of Anthropology: An Introduction to Human Evolution and Culture
By Robert J. Muckle and Laura Tubelle de Gonzalez
Through the Lens of Anthropology is a concise but comprehensive introductory textbook that uses the twin themes of food and sustainability to illustrate the connected nature of anthropology's four major subfields.
The Canadian Environment in Political Context
By Andrea Olive
The Canadian Environment in Political Context is an introduction to environmental politics designed to explain and explore how environmental policy is made inside the Canadian political arena.
Provinces: Canadian Provincial Politics, Third Edition
Edited by Christopher Dunn
Provinces is now established as the most comprehensive yet accessible exploration of Canadian provincial politics and government.
Big Worlds: Politics and Elections in the Canadian Provinces and Territories
Edited by Jared J. Wesley
Based on extensive data collection, Big Worlds examines Canada's ten provinces and three territories as distinct democratic "worlds."
Readings in Medieval History, Fifth Edition
Edited by Patrick J. Geary
Patrick J. Geary's highly acclaimed collection of source materials on the Western medieval world is well known for offering an excellent selection of substantial excerpts, or entire documents wherever possible, from the most widely studied historical texts.
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