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Pasolini: The Sacred Flesh
By Stefania Benini
Benini illuminates the radical politics embedded within Pasolini’s adoption of Christian themes.
Civic Symbol: Creating Toronto's New City Hall, 1952-1966
By Christopher ArmstrongForeword by John Sewell
Lavishly illustrated with contemporary photographs, plans, and drawings, Civic Symbol is the essential history of this iconic Canadian building.
In Painting Imperialism and Nationalism Red, Stephen Velychenko traces the first expressions of national, anti-colonial Marxism to 1918 and the Russian Bolshevik occupation of Ukraine.
Ethical Dimension of the 'Decameron'
By Marilyn Migiel
Marilyn Migiel returns to Giovanni Boccaccio’s masterpiece, this time to focus on the dialogue about ethical choices that the Decameron creates with us and that we, as individuals and as groups, create with the Decameron.
The Edwardses of Halifax is the definitive account of a family of Britain’s leading bookbinders, publishers, and antiquarian booksellers.
Exhibiting the German Past: Museums, Film, and Musealization
Edited by Peter M. McIsaac and Gabriele Mueller
Featuring a wide range of valuable case studies, Exhibiting the German Past offers a unique perspective on the developing relationship between museums and visual media.
Homer and the Question of Strife from Erasmus to Hobbes
By Jessica Wolfe
Wolfe’s transnational and multilingual study is a landmark work in the study of classical reception that has a great deal to offer to anyone examining the literary, political, and intellectual life of early modern Europe.
The Montreal Canadiens: Rethinking a Legend
Edited by Nicolas Moreau and Audrey Laurin-Lamothe with Marie-Pier Rivest Translated by Howard Scott
Featuring a wide range of writing on Le Grand Club and its social significance, the book offers a fresh and fascinating perspective on one of Canada’s greatest sports teams.
Creating Colonial Pasts explores the creation of history and memory in Southern Ontario through the experience of its inhabitants, especially those who took an active role in the preservation and writing of Ontario’s colonial past.
Lions or Jellyfish: Newfoundland-Ottawa Relations since 1957
By Raymond B. Blake
Written by a noted expert on Newfoundland politics and intergovernmental affairs in Canada, this book studies a vital but frequently overlooked aspect of modern Canadian federalism.
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A must-read for anyone interested in Eastern Europe, Russia, and the politics of natural resources, this book reveals the insights gained by looking at post-Soviet development and international relations issues not only from a Moscow-centered perspective, but from that of individual actors in other states.
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.
Using Maynard’s extensive personal papers, especially her diaries and autobiography, Constance Maynard’s Passions is the fascinating account of a life which confounds the usual categories of faith, gender, and sexuality.
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Heidegger's Way of Being
By Richard Capobianco
Richard Capobianco makes the case that the core matter of Heidegger’s lifetime of thought was Being as the temporal emergence of all beings and things.
Spiritualia and Pastoralia: Exomologesis and Ecclesiastes
Edited by Frederick J. McGinness, Translated by Michael J. Heath and James L.P. Butrica, Annotated by Michael J. Heath and Frederick J. McGinness, Contributing Editor Alexander Dalzell
The Collected Works of Erasmus presents these two important works, complete with extensive introductions and annotations, in an elegant and precise modern translation for the first time.
Alan Wilson brings MacGregor and his surroundings to life, detailing his numerous achievements and establishing his importance to the social, religious, and intellectual history of the Maritimes.
Donald Creighton: A Life in History
By Donald Wright
Through his virtuoso research into Creighton’s own voluminous papers, Donald Creighton captures the twentieth-century transformation of English Canada through the life and times of one of its leading intellectuals.
Purchase for Profit will be important for those studying public policy in any of the areas in which public-private partnerships are now being adopted.
Big Pharma, Women, and the Labour of Love
By Thea Cacchioni
Cacchioni moves beyond the search for a sexual pharmaceutical drug for women to ask a broader question: how does the medicalization of female sexuality already affect women’s lives?
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Eugenio Montale, the Fascist Storm, and the Jewish Sunflower
By David M. Hertz
Eugenio Montale, the Fascist Storm, and the Jewish Sunflower uncovers one of the great hidden sagas of modern literature.
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Alien Albion: Literature and Immigration in Early Modern England
By Scott Oldenburg
Alien Albion challenges assumptions about the origins of English national identity and the importance of religious, class, and local identities in the early modern era.
Ficino in Spain
By Susan Byrne
In Ficino in Spain, Susan Byrne uses textual and bibliographic evidence to show the pervasive impact of Ficino’s writings and translations on the Spanish Renaissance.
Wall Flower: A Life on the German Border
By Rita Kuczynski Translated by Anthony J. Steinhoff
Kuczynski’s fascinating memoir relates her experiences of life in East Germany as a student, a fledgling academic philosopher, an independent writer, and, above all, as a woman.
Growing into Resilience: Sexual and Gender Minority Youth in Canada
By André P. Grace with Kristopher Wells
Both a resource for those professionally engaged in work with sexual and gender minorities and a comprehensive text for use in courses on working with vulnerable youth populations, Growing into Resilience is a timely and transdisciplinary book.
Swedes in Canada: Invisible Immigrants
By Elinor Barr
Using extensive archival and demographic research, Barr explores both the impressive Swedish legacy in Canada and the reasons for their invisibility as an immigrant community.
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.
By Desiderius Erasmus, Edited and Translated by Denis L. Drysdall
Volume 73 of the Collected Works invites the reader to examine Erasmus’ own explanations of his philological method and its theological significance.
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