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Journalist and Author Mike Blanchfield is receiving major press for his new book, Swingback: Getting Along in the World with Harper and Trudeau. With the Ottawa book launch of Swingback on March 8, we thought it timely to compile a list of some of his recent media appearances.
On Wednesday February 22 and Thursday February 23, 2017 Al and Mark Rosen will be doing a series of interviews with CBC Radio, to discuss their new book Easy Prey Investors: Why Broken Safety Nets Threaten Your Wealth.
Be sure to tune in to your local CBC Radio broadcast to catch the interview! Below is the … Read More >
Today on our blog, Zachary Spicer, assistant professor of political science at Brock University and author of The Boundary Bargain: Growth, Development, and the Future of City-County Separation, joins us for a Q&A with MQUP Editor Jacqueline Mason.
Together they discuss the implications of urban sprawl in once-rural Ontario, and what this means for existing policy and municipal institutions.
Jacqueline Mason: Your book, … Read More >
We are delighted to have Ben Trotter, adjunct professor of history at Columbus State Community College and co-author of A World of Paper: Louis XIV, Colbert de Torcy, and the Rise of the Information State, participate in a Q&A with MQUP Editor Kyla Madden.
Together they discuss how the award-winning book “A World of Paper”, a collaboration between two generations … Read More >
Carlo Lancellotti, physicist, mathematician and author of the MQUP title The Crisis of Modernity, was recently a guest on Mars Hill Audio Journal. He was invited to discuss the life and work of twentieth-century Italian philosopher, Augusto Del Noce.
Segment Description from Mars Hill Audio Journal:
Though Del Noce is a renowned philosopher in Italy, … Read More >
Margaret, whose new book “Bird on an Ethics Wire” came out this November, was also recently quoted in an article by Frank Brenna entitled “How do we navigate medico-legal questions without a bill of rights?”.
Read Frank Brenna’s full article from Eureka Street below :
How do we navigate medico-legal questions without a bill of rights?
Frank Brennan | 02 … Read More >
The University of Guelph International Development Speaker Series, in collaboration with MQUP and The Bookshelf, is delighted to host the book launch & lecture for Stephen Henighan’s
The Bookshelf … Read More >
John Dunning’s memoir, You’re Not Dead until You’re Forgotten, is getting lots of buzz leading up to the Toronto book launch at Ben McNally Books this Thursday! Quill & Quire gave the memoir a starred review:
The best filmmaker memoirs are the ones that feel like movies themselves, whether it’s the epic, melodramatic sweep … Read More >
Among the many upheavals in North America caused by the French and Indian War was a commonplace practice that affected the lives of thousands of men, women, and children: being taken captive by rival forces.
Sandra Djwa’s Journey with No Maps: A Life of P.K. Page was recently named the 2013 winner of the Governor General’s Literary Award for Non-fiction. An awards ceremony will be held tomorrow at Ottawa’s Rideau Hall, where His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, will present the awards.