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It’s out! Feast your eyes on our new Fall 2015 Catalogue.
Browse through the digital catalogue to see what’s coming out this fall.
(No flash? You can also view the forthcoming titles here here.)
Featuring the following upcoming releases:
By Donald J. Savoie
A thorough examination of where government succeeds and where … Read More >
CONSUMERS IN THE BUSH, our latest from the McGill-Queen’s Rural, Wildland, and Resource Studies Series, looks at Upper Canadian general stores and the goods that settlers bought during the 19th century.
Challenging the popular notion that early settlers were self-sufficient and cut off from the market, author Douglas McCalla looks at the consumption patterns during this period and shows evidence of a more active … Read More >
NEW RELEASE: Ken Cuthbertson’s new book, A COMPLEX FATE, is the first biography of William L. Shirer, one of the most provocative and influential American journalists of the twentieth century.
Shirer (1904-1993) was a prominent member of the legendary “Murrow boys”, a group of CBS journalists who gave their North American audiences a visceral sense of … Read More >
Rupert Brooke (b. 1887) died on April 23, 1915, two days before the start of the Battle of Gallipoli, and three weeks after his poem “The Soldier” was read from … Read More >
On April 9th, Sarah Tolmie presented the Trio Prize to Erica de la Cruz, a 2013 piano graduate from the University of Waterloo.
The Trio Prize of $500 was a composition prize offered to music students and recent graduates at Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo, to set 7-10 sonnets from Read More >
We are delighted to announce that A World of Paper, by Ben S. Trotter and the late John C. Rule, has won the 2015 David H. Pinkney Prize!
The David Pinkney Prize is awarded annually by the Society for French Historical Studies for the best book on French history published by a North American scholar.
The prize was … Read More >
Friday, April 17th: A Conversation about Trojan-Horse Aid
5:30 – 7:30 PM
This event is free. Click here for event details
We look for missing links in the sciences and humanities, but the essential missing link – metaphor – is always in front of us. In Missing Link, Jeffery Donaldson unites literary criticism and evolutionary and cognitive science to show how metaphor has been with us since the beginning of time as a seed … Read More >
The 2014/2015 Donner Prize shortlist was announced earlier today.
We’re pleased to announce that Brave New Canada, by Derek H. Burney and Fen Osler Hampson, is in the running for this year’s prestigious prize. Congratulations to Derek and Fen!