NEW RELEASE: Maps and Memes offers a critical introduction to Canadian cartography and counter-mapping in indigenous, legal, and educational contexts. Exploring alternative conceptualizations of maps and mapmaking, the book theorizes the potentially creative and therapeutic uses of maps for indigenous healing from the legacies of residential schools and colonial dispossession.
Jan Beveridge’s Children into Swans opens the door on some of the most extraordinary worlds ever portrayed in literature – worlds that are both starkly beautiful and full of horrors.
From a recent review in Library Journal:
In this captivating book, independent researcher Beveridge successfully provides readers with a...
It's here! Check out our cool new Spring 2015 Catalogue.
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Highlights from the new catalogue include:
DISMANTLING CANADA: Stephen Harper's New Conservative Agenda by Brooke Jeffrey
A Liberal insider analyzes Stephen...