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Congratulations to Howard Shubert! His new book Architecture on Ice: A History of the Hockey Arena has won the Melva J. Dwyer Award. The Dwyer Award is given to the creators of exceptional reference or research tools relating to Canadian art and architecture. The jury selected Architecture on Ice from a field of 12 nominees as … Read More >
Thank you to everyone who participated in our #ArchitectureonIce contest!
The contest is now closed. We are very pleased to announce the three winners will each receive a copy of Howard Shubert’s Architecture on Ice: A History of the Hockey Arena. Below is the list of winners and their arena memory/experience Tweet!
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MQUP is hosting a social media contest for a chance to win a copy of Howard Shubert’s new book, Architecture on Ice: A History of the Hockey Arena! The book provides an in-depth review of the development of skating rinks from their humble beginnings to the multipurpose arenas we know today, and is … Read More >
Howard Shubert’s new book Architecture on Ice: A History of the Hockey Arena, was recently reviewed by Stephen Smith for the October issue of the Literary Review of Canada.
Below is an excerpt from the review.
Phantom of the Rink
ARENA ARCHITECTURE SHAPED HOCKEY, BUT WILL THE NEW GENERATION OF ENTERTAINMENT MULTIPLEXES DIMINISH THE GAME?
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Below is an excerpt from Jennifer Reut’s review along with a link to a PDF containing the full review.
“The most humbling thing about Ron Williams’s achievement in his book Landscape Architecture in Canada (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014) … Read More >
Our Fall 2016 catalogue is here! Lots of exciting books and authors this Fall, as well as a brand new series: Rethinking Canada In The World.
Some highlights from the new catalogue include:
In the upcoming issue of Catholic Historical Review, Lesley Milner takes a look at The Cistercian Arts, From the 12th to the 21st Century edited by Terryl N. Kinder and Roberto Cassanelli. Below is an excerpt from the review as well as a link to some of the wonderful images found in this title.
The Cistercian Arts is a … Read More >
The prize is awarded to the author of a book published within the past three years on a subject pertaining to landscape studies. This is the 2nd prize Landscape Architecture in … Read More >
Exciting news! The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) announced the winners of its annual Awards of Excellence this week.
Of the 10 projects – “pre-eminent examples in Canadian landscape architecture, honouring distinctive design, ground-breaking research … Read More >
HAPPY UNIVERSITY PRESS WEEK!
We’re proud to be one of 32 presses participating once again this year in the UP Week Blog Tour. Every day this week, presses will be blogging on a different theme that highlights the value of collaboration among the scholarly community. For the full Blog Tour schedule, click here.
Editor in Chief Jonathan Crago writes about … Read More >