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The Capacity To Judge: Public Opinion and Deliberative Democracy in Upper Canada,1791-1854
The Capacity To Judge: Public Opinion and Deliberative Democracy in Upper Canada,1791-1854
By Jeffrey L. McNairn

Arguing that voluntary associations and the press created a reading public capable of reasoning on matters of state, McNairn traces the emergence of 'public opinion' as a new form of authority in mid-19th century Upper Canada.

Published Sep 2016
Mathematical Recreations & Essays: Twelfth Edition
Mathematical Recreations & Essays: Twelfth Edition
By W.W. Rouse Ball and H.S.M Coxeter

For over eighty years this delightful classic has provided entertainment through mathematical problems commonly known as recreations. This new edition upholds the original, but the terminology and treatment of problems have been updated and much new material has been added. 

Published May 2016
The Sleep of Others and the Transformation of Sleep Research
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.

Published Dec 2015
Public Attitudes Towards Education in Ontario, 1998:: 12th OISE Survey
Public Attitudes Towards Education in Ontario, 1998:: 12th OISE Survey
By D.W. Livingstone, D. Hart, and Lynn E. Davie

The twelfth survey is based on interviews conducted in late 1998 with a random sample of 1000 Ontario adults, and questionnaires completed by over 100 randomly selected corporate executives. Trends in attitude changes are presented for the general public and executives. 

Published Feb 2015
Delaware-English / English-Delaware Dictionary
Delaware-English / English-Delaware Dictionary
By John O’Meara

Based on linguistic research carried out with Delaware speakers at Moraviantown, this is the first modern dictionary of Munsee Delaware.

Published Apr 2014
The Tightrope Walker: Autobiographical Writings of Anne Wilkinson
The Tightrope Walker: Autobiographical Writings of Anne Wilkinson

By Anne Wilkinson

Edited by Joan Coldwell

Together with Coldwell’s introduction, these writings present a unique and moving self-portrait of a poet who died too young, at the peak of her career. This volume celebrates Wilkinson’s life and work, and the spirit that informed them.
Published Oct 2012
Versified Prints: A Literary and Cultural Phenomenon in Eighteenth-Century France
Versified Prints: A Literary and Cultural Phenomenon in Eighteenth-Century France
By W. McAllister Johnson

Proposing a typology and methodology for this artistic phenomenon, Versified Prints enhances our knowledge of this fascinating new area of research and lays the groundwork for future studies.

Published Apr 2012
Selling Themselves: The Emergence of Canadian Advertising
Selling Themselves: The Emergence of Canadian Advertising
By Russell Johnston

From its origins in the Victorian era as a marginal and somewhat shady enterprise, the advertising trade in Canada changed radically after the turn of the century ? rising quickly to a position of influence and respectability.

Published Feb 2012
Circumpolar Health Atlas
Circumpolar Health Atlas

Senior Editor: T. Kue Young

Associate Editors: Rajiv Rawat, Winfried Dallmann, Susan Chatwood, Peter Bjerregaard

Richly illustrated with maps, charts, tables, and images, this atlas includes overviews of the physical environment that influences human health; cultures and languages of northern peoples; health conditions of children and youth; and health systems, policies, resources, and services.

Published Jan 2012
Milton and the Rise of Russian Satanism
Milton and the Rise of Russian Satanism
By Valentin Boss

Russian notions of good and evil changed before the Revolution and will change again under glasnost' and perestroika. But no literary character has reflected such changes more dramatically than Milton's Satan, who managed to be both a hero to Romantic poets and Marxist critics.

Published Nov 2011