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Mackintosh 16 Wallace Stevens among Others 26 What Is Government Good At 1 When Ballet Became French 25 Wounded Brain HealedThe 38 Writings of David ThompsonVolume 1The 19 Writings of David ThompsonVolume 2The 19 Title Index AuthorEditor Index Recent decades have shown the publics support for government plummet alongside political leaders credibility. This downward spiral calls for an ex- ploration of what has gone wrong. The questions What is government good at and What is gov- ernment not good at are critical ones and their answers should be the basis for good public policy and public administration. In What Is Government Good At Donald Savoie argues that politicians and public servants are good at generating and avoiding blame play- ing to a segment of the population to win the next election embracing and defending the status quo adding management layers and staff keeping min- isters out of trouble responding to demands from the prime minister and his ofce and managing a complex prime minister-centred organization. Conversely they are not as good at dening the broader public interest providing and recognizing evidence-based policy advice managing human and nancial resources with efciency and frugal- ity innovating and reforming itself being ac- countable to Parliament and to citizens dealing with non-performers paying sufcient attention to service delivery and implementing and evaluat- ing the impact of policies and programs. With wide implications for representative democracy What Is Government Good At is a persuasive analysis of an approach to government that has opened the door to those with the re- sources to inuence policy and decision-making while leaving average citizens on the outside looking in. What Is Government Good At is a major contri- bution to research on Canadian government and the threats to Canadian democracy and public administration. Savoie writes with skill and air and there are excellent and interesting insights in every chapter of this book. G. Bruce Doern Carleton University Donald J. Savoie holds the Canada Research Chair in public administration and governance at the Universit de Moncton and is the author of numerous books including Whatever Happened to the Music Teacher 1 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E P U B L I C A D M I N I S T R AT I O N What Is Government Good At A Canadian Answer donald j. savoie A thorough examination of where government succeeds and where it fails. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S September 2015 978-0-7735-4621-9 34.95T CDN 34.95T US 23.99 cloth 6 x 9 408pp 4 tables 2 diagrams Ebook available R E L AT E D I N T E R E S T Whatever Happened to the Music Teacher How Government Decides and Why 978-0-7735-4373-7 24.95T paper Colonel G.W.L. Nicholsons Canadian Expedi- tionary Force 19141919 was rst published by the Department of National Defence in 1962 as the ofcial history of the Canadian Armys in- volvement in the First World War. Immediately after the war ended Colonel A. Fortescue Duguid made a rst attempt to write an ofcial history of the war but the ill-fated project produced only the rst of an anticipated eight volumes. Decades later G.W.L. Nicholson already the author of an ofcial history of the Second World War was commissioned to write a new ofcial history of the First. Illustrated with numerous photographs and full-colour maps Nicholsons text offers an authoritative account of the war effort while also discussing politics on the home front including debates around conscription in 1917. With a new critical introduction by Mark Humphries that traces the development of Nicholsons text and analyzes its legacy Canadian Expeditionary Force 19141919 is an essential resource for both professional historians and military history enthusiasts. Colonel G.W.L. Nicholson 19201980 served with the Prince Albert Volunteers and worked for the Historical Section of the Canadian military with appointments in London and Ottawa from 1943 until his retirement in 1961. He is the au- thor of Marlborough and the War of the Spanish Succession The Canadians in Italy 19431945 and The Fighting Newfoundlander. Mark Humphries is associate professor of history and Dunkley Chair in War and the Canadian Experience at Wilfrid Laurier University. 2 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y M I L I TA R Y H I S T O R Y n e w e d i t i o n Canadian Expeditionary Force 19141919 Ofcial History of the Canadian Army in the First World War g.w.l. nicholson With a new introduction by Mark Humphries An authoritative and extensively illustrated account of how the Canadian Army experienced the Great War. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Carleton Library Series November 2015 978-0-7735-4617-2 65.00T CDN 65.00S US 45.00 cloth 6 x 9 672pp 12 colour and 60 bw maps 56 bw photos 2 colour illustrations Ebook available In 2014 when Postmedia acquired Quebecors Sun Media newspaper and online assets there was a sense that the recent history of newspapers was repeating itself not as comedy or tragedy but as eulogy. Crash to Paywall shows that while the newspaper business was weakened by decreases in advertising revenues and circulation much of its problems stem from self-inicted damage and business practices dating back to the 1970s. Brian Gorman explores the Canadian newspa- per industry crisis and the relationship between the news media and the public. He challenges both the popular mantra that a perfect storm of unfore- seen circumstances blindsided a declining industry and the narrative that readers were abandoning newspapers causing advertisers to turn away from dying media. Gorman argues that observers had been warning for decades that the business was creating its own problems by acquiring ever-larger debt and shareholder obligations while steadily cutting back on journalists resources. Finally by providing journalism for free online newspaper companies devalued their most important resource and impaired their protable print products. With dozens of interviews conducted with lead- ing Canadian journalists and editors Crash to Paywall brings to light the many misconceptions generalizations omissions and highly suspect conclusions about the present state of newspapers and their future. Crash to Paywall demonstrates that consolida- tion of ownership and subsequent rationalization of operations of the newspaper industry within a handful of for-prot corporations has led to crip- pling damage within the fourth estate. It makes a strong case for the need for federal regulation of the industry in this regard and will be inuential in policy-making in the coming years. Wade Rowland author of Saving the CBC Balancing Prot and Public Service Brian Gorman is assistant professor of communi- cation studies at MacEwan University. He has more than three decades of experience in the Canadian newspaper industry. 3 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 C O M M U N I C AT I O N S T U D I E S B U S I N E S S Crash to Paywall Canadian Newspapers and the Great Disruption brian gorman A detailed critique of the crisis in the Canadian newspaper industry. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2015 978-0-7735-4592-2 32.95A CDN 32.95A US 22.99 paper 978-0-7735-4591-5 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 76.00 cloth 6 x 9 336pp Ebook available Franois Truffaut 19321984 ranks among the greatest lm directors and has had a worldwide impact on lmmaking as a screenwriter producer lm critic and founding member of the French New Wave. His most celebrated lms include The 400 Blows Shoot the Piano Player Jules and Jim Day for Night and The Last Metro. A Truffaut Notebook is a lively and eclectic in- troduction to the life and work of this major cine- matic gure. In entries as brief as a page as well as in full-length essays it examines topics such as Truffauts mentors the autobiographical nature of his lms his place in the lm tradition his lm crit- icism his reputation his relationships with other directors and the formal and thematic coherence of his body of work. Sam Solecki also argues for Truffauts continuing appeal and relevance by ex- amining his inuence on lmmakers like Woody Allen Noah Baumbach Alexander Payne Patrice Leconte and Jean-Pierre Jeunet and on writers such as Julian Barnes Ann Beattie and Salman Rushdie. Because the book returns regularly to the authors shifting responses to Truffauts work over the last fty years it also offers an autobiographi- cal meditation on his own lifelong fascination with lm. Consisting of over eighty short entries and essays as well as provocative lists dreams and quizzes A Truffaut Notebook is an original and exciting text and a model of passionate engage- ment with cinema. In its idiosyncratic layering of personal memory with close scrutiny A Truffaut Notebook dupli- cates how many of us relate to lm allowing it to inltrate our lives in the same way that literature does. Soleckis digressive brilliance is exhilarating without question we are in the presence of a passionate mind that has absorbed an enormous amount of information not only about Truffaut but about cinema and its role in culture. Isabel Huggan author of Belonging Home Away from Home Sam Solecki is emeritus professor of English at the University of Toronto. 4 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 F I L M S T U D I E S A Truffaut Notebook sam solecki An unconventional and deeply engaging introduction to a major gure in modern lm. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2015 978-0-7735-4624-0 34.95T CDN 34.95T US 23.99 cloth 6 x 9 272pp 12 photos Ebook available Our physical ecosystem is not indestructible and we have obligations to hold it in trust for future generations. The same is true of our metaphysical ecosystem the values principles attitudes be- liefs and shared stories on which we have founded our society. In Bird on an Ethics Wire Margaret Somerville explores the values needed to maintain a world that reasonable people would want to live in and pass on to their descendants. Somerville addresses the conicts between peo- ple who espouse progressive values and those who uphold traditional ones by casting her at- tention on the debates surrounding birth abor- tion and reproductive technologies and death euthanasia and shows how words are often used as weapons. She proposes that we should seek to experience amazement wonder and awe to enrich our lives and help us to nd meaning. Such experi- ences Somerville believes can change how we see the world and live our lives and affect the deci- sions we make especially regarding values and ethics. They can help us to cope with physical or existential suffering and ultimately put us in touch with the sacred in either its secular or religious form which protects what we must not destroy. Experiencing amazement wonder and awe Somerville concludes can also generate hope without which our spirit dies. Both individuals and societies need hope a sense of connection to the future if the world is to make the best decisions about values in the battles that constitute the current culture wars. Margaret Somerville is a professor in the Faculty of Law and Faculty of Medicine at McGill University. Praise for Death Talk This book would be a most welcome addition to the library of any person interested in the debate on euthanasia. Somerville succeeds in discussing openly and honestly both sides of the euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide debate. Saskatchewan Law Review P H I L O S O P H Y Bird on an Ethics Wire Battles about Values in the Culture Wars margaret somerville An exploration of the urgent need to rebalance individualsunfettered freedom to choose especially regarding birth and death. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2015 978-0-7735-4640-0 32.95T CDN 29.95T US 20.99 cloth 6 x 9 344pp Ebook available R E L AT E D I N T E R E S T Death Talk Second Edition The Case against Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Suicide 978-0-7735-4376-8 32.95A paper 5 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 Though some believe that the Indian treaties of the 1870s achieved a unity of purpose between the Canadian government and First Nations in From Treaties to Reserves D.J. Hall asserts that as a result of profound cultural differences each side interpreted the negotiations differently leading to conict and an acute sense of betrayal when nei- ther group accomplished what the other had asked. Hall explores the original intentions behind the governments policies illustrates their attempts at cooperation and claries their actions. While the government believed that the Aboriginal peoples of what is now southern and central Alberta desired rapid change the First Nations in contrast be- lieved that the government was committed to sup- porting the preservation of their culture while they adapted to change. Government policies intended to motivate backred leading instead to poverty starvation and cultural restriction. Many policies were also culturally insensitive revealing miscon- ceptions of Aboriginal people as lazy and over- dependent on government rations. Yet the rst two decades of reserve life still witnessed most First Nations people participating in reserve economies many of the rst generation of reserve-born children graduated from schools with some improved ability to cope with reserve life and there was also more positive cooperation between government and First Nations people than is commonly acknowledged. The Indian treaties of the 1870s meant very different things to government ofcials and First Nations. Rethinking the interaction between the two groups From Treaties to Reserves elucidates the complexities of this relationship. D.J. Hall is a retired professor of Canadian history at the University of Alberta. 6 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y I N D I G E N O U S S T U D I E S From Treaties to Reserves The Federal Government and Native Peoples in Territorial Alberta 18701905 d.j. hall How divergent understandings of treaties contributed to a heritage of distrust. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2015 978-0-7735-4595-3 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 23.99 paper 978-0-7735-4594-6 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 512pp 26 photos 6 maps Ebook available In 1763 King George III of Great Britain victorious in the Seven Years War with France issued a proclamation to organize the governance of territory newly acquired by the Crown in North America and the Caribbean. The proclamation reserved land west of the Appalachian Mountains for Indians and required the Crown to purchase Indian land through treaties negotiated without coercion and in public before issuing rights to newcomers to use and settle on the land. Marking its 250th anniversary Keeping Promises shows how central the application of the Proclamation is to the many treaties that followed it and the settlement and development of Canada. Promises have been made to Aboriginal peoples in historic treaties from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth centuries in Ontario the Prairies and the Mackenzie Valley and in modern treaties from the 1970s onward primarily in the North. In this collection essays by historians lawyers treaty negotiators and Aboriginal leaders explore how and how well these treaties are executed. Addresses by the governor general of Canada and the federal minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development are also included. In 2003 Aboriginal leaders formed the Land Claims Agreements Coalition to make sure that treaties building blocks of Canada are fully implemented. Unique in breadth and scope Keeping Promises is a testament to the research advocacy solidarity and accomplishments of this coalition and those holding the Crown to its commitments. Terry Fenge is a consultant with decades of experience in Arctic environmen- tal and Aboriginal issues and co-editor of Northern Lights Against POPs. Jim Aldridge is partner at the Vancouver law rm Aldridge and Rosling and has been counsel to the Nisgaa Nation for over three decades. Honouring anthropologist Richard J. Preston and his outstanding career with the Crees in northern Quebec Together We Survive presents new research by Prestons colleagues former students and family members who like him have established long-term respectful research partnerships and friendships with Aboriginal communities. Demonstrating the inuential nature of Prestons collaborative approach on anthropologists in Canada and beyond the essays in Together We Survive explore development and urbanization material culture and conict. Schol- ars who conducted research in the 1960s with Crees farther to the south broaden the scope of Prestons Cree Narrative 2002. A Cree colleague and friend expands on his study of traditional Cree songs. Other essays widen the geographical historical and cultural foci of the book beyond the Quebec Crees examining the signicance of a beaded hood at Red River in 1844 scrutinizing symbols of Anishinaabe identity and describing the struggle for indigenous human rights at the United Nations. Building on Prestons pioneering work in cultural anthropology Together We Survive recounts the ways in which the eastern James Bay Cree and other aboriginal peoples faced with massive incursions on their lands and lives have collaborated and formed respectful partnerships as they seek to survive and thrive in peace. John S. Long is professor emeritus of education at Nipissing University and the author of Treaty No. 9 Making the Agreement to Share the Land in Far Northern Ontario in 1905. Jennifer S.H. Brown is professor emeritus of history at the University of Winnipeg. 7 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Native and Northern Series November 2015 978-0-7735-4587-8 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 23.99 paper 978-0-7735-4586-1 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 272pp 6 photos 7 maps Ebook available Keeping Promises The Royal Proclamation of 1763 Aboriginal Rights and Treaties in Canada edited by terry fenge and jim aldridge How historic and modern Aboriginal treaties continue to shape the Canadian landscape. I N D I G E N O U S S T U D I E S C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Native and Northern Series December 2015 978-0-7735-4611-0 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 23.99 paper 978-0-7735-4610-3 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 336pp 18 photos 3 maps Ebook available Together We Survive Ethnographic Intuitions Friendships and Conversations edited by john s. long and jennifer s.h. brown Essays exemplifying collaborative research respect- ful advocacy and a deep appreciation of continuity within changing Aboriginal identity and expression. I N D I G E N O U S S T U D I E S A N T H R O P O L O G Y See her Steadfast and rm her branches graze the mantle of quiet clouds as she elaborates her claim Haunted by indifference toward systemic violences and the disregard endured by those people labelled as problems nancy viva davis halifaxs poems articulate the constraints of discredited lives. Conveying her experiences witnessing homelessness poverty disability and chronic illness on the streets and within womens emergency shelters davis halifax orients readers to recognize ongoing suffering in our society. One poem a purl of four words reminds the reader that language entangles and unbinds lives and that life is an unfastening a knitting by which some are lost and others made separable. These are unregulated poems poems that refuse indifference and reassert mutuality. They are not an argument they are not assured not facts not a problem not a resource but an opening. nancy viva davis halifax is associate professor in the Faculty of Health at York University. Lucy Maud Montgomery 18741942 and Anne of Green Gables will always be associated with Prince Edward Island Montgomerys childhood home and the setting of her most famous novels. Yet after marrying Rev. Ewan Macdon- ald in 1911 she lived in Ontario for three decades. There she became a mother of two sons fullled the duties of a ministers wife advocated for copyright protection and recognition of Canadian literature wrote prolically and reached a global readership that has never waned. Engaging with discussions on both her life and her ction L.M. Mont- gomerys Rainbow Valleys explores the joys sorrows and literature that emerged from her transformative years in Ontario. While this time brought Montgomery much pleasure and acclaim it was also challenged and complicated by a sense of displacement and the need to self-fashion and self- dramatize as she struggled to align her private self with her public persona. Written by scholars from various elds and including a contribution by Montgomerys granddaughter this volume covers topics such as war reli- gion womens lives friendships loss and grief focusing on a range of related themes to explore Montgomerys varied states of mind. An in-depth study of one of Canadas most internationally acclaimed authors L.M. Montgomerys Rainbow Valleys shows how she recreated herself as an Ontario writer and adapted to the rapidly changing world of the twentieth century. Rita Bode is associate professor in the Department of English Literature at Trent University. Lesley D. Clement teaches in the Departments of English and Interdisciplinary Studies at Lakehead University Orillia. 8 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S The Hugh MacLennan Poetry Series August 2015 978-0-7735-4580-9 16.95T CDN 14.95T US 9.99 paper 5.5 x 7.5 104pp Ebook available hook nancy viva davis halifax Poems based on witnessed and lived experience that bridge literary and activist worlds. P O E T R Y S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2015 978-0-7735-4575-5 29.95A CDN 29.95A US 20.99 paper 978-0-7735-4574-8 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 320pp 19 photos Ebook available L.M. Montgomerys Rainbow Valleys The Ontario Years 19111942 edited by rita bode and lesley d. clement A repositioning of L.M. Montgomery and her work within Ontario where she spent almost half her life. L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S The study of Renaissance drawings allows for an intensive exploration of how artists constructed their works and how they thought often by reveal- ing the artists ideas through the examination of private images that were deemed inappropriate for more public viewing. Rethinking Renaissance Drawings presents new and original research from art historians and cura- tors from leading universities and museums across North America and Europe. Previous studies on drawings tend to focus on the work of one artist or a small regional group of artists. The essays in this collection address larger issues of the forms and functions of drawing in the Renaissance by explor- ing a variety of perspectives including discussions of the process of drawing the often unorthodox imagery of Renaissance drawings the collecting and copying of Renaissance drawings and the works of artists such as Michelangelo Raphael Bosch Parmigianino Annibale Carracci Guercino and Rembrandt. Some of the drawings discussed are exciting new discoveries published here for the rst time whereas others are familiar works but shown in a new light. Collectively these studies offer alternate views of Renaissance art and show more intimate aspects of a period that is often remembered for its paint- ings and large-scale public monuments. Contributors include David de Witt Rembrandt House Museum Stephanie Dickey Queens University Pierre du Prey Queens University David Ekserdjian University of Leicester David Franklin Archive of Modern Conict Catherine Monbeig Goguel Muse du Louvre Franziska Gottwald Amsterdam Sharon Gregory St Francis Xavier University Sally Hickson University of Guelph Michel Hochmann cole Pratique des Hautes tudes Cathleen Hoeniger Queens University Charles Hope Warburg Institute Paul Joannides Cambridge University Casey Lee Queens University James Mundy Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center Aimee Ng Frick Collection Sebastian Schtze University of Vienna Allison Sherman Queens Univer- sity Ron Spronk Queens University Steven Stowell Concordia University Nicholas Turner J. Paul Getty Museum and Catherine Whistler The Ashmolean. Una Roman DElia is an associate professor of art history at Queens University. 9 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S December 2015 978-0-7735-4636-3 125.00S CDN 125.00S US 87.00 cloth 8 x 10 456pp 147 drawings full colour throughout A R T H I S T O R Y Rethinking Renaissance Drawings Essays in Honour of David McTavish edited by una roman delia Essays on both newly discovered and famous drawings that reveal aspects of the Renaissance and how artists thought. Despite decades of talk about globalization democracy still depends on local self-government. In Local Self-Government and the Right to the City Warren Magnusson argues that it is the principle behind claims to personal autonomy community control and national self-determination and holds the promise of more peaceful politics. Unfortunately state-centred thinking has obscured understanding of what local self-government can mean and hindered efforts to make good on what activists have called the right to the city. In this collection of essays Magnusson reects on his own efforts to make sense of what local self-government can actually mean using the old ideal of the town meeting as a touchstone. Why cannot communities govern them- selves Why fear direct democracy As he suggests putting more trust in the proliferating practices of government and self-government will actually make cities work better and enable us to see how to localize democracy appropri- ately. He shows that doing so will require citizens and governments to come to terms with the multiplicity indeterminacy and uncertainty implicit in politics and steer clear of sovereign solutions. The culmination of a lifes work by Canadas leading political theorist in the eld Local Self-Government and the Right to the City ranges across topics such as local government social movements constitutional law urban politi- cal economy and democratic theory. Warren Magnusson is professor of political science at the University of Victoria. 1 0 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Studies in Urban Governance August 2015 978-0-7735-4565-6 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 23.99 paper 978-0-7735-4564-9 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 360pp Ebook available Local Self-Government and the Right to the City warren magnusson A timely exploration of the untapped potential for local democracy. P O L I T I C A L S T U D I E S U R B A N S T U D I E S a n n o u n c i n g a n e w s e r i e s McGill-Queens Studies in Urban Governance series editors martin horak and kristin good In recent years there has been an explosion of interest in local politics and the governance of cities both in Canada and around the world. Globally the city has become a consequential site where instances of social conict and of cooperation play out. Urban centres are increasingly understood as vital engines of innovation and prosperity and a growing body of interdisciplinary research on urban issues suggests that high-performing cities have become crucial to the success of nations even in the global era. Yet at the same time local and regional governments continue to struggle for political recognition and for the policy resources needed to manage cities to effectively govern and to achieve sustainable growth. The purpose of the McGill-Queens Studies in Urban Gover- nance series is to highlight the growing importance of municipal issues local governance and the need for policy reform in urban spaces. The series aims to answer the question why do cities matter while exploring relationships between levels of govern- ment and examining the changing dynamics of metropolitan and community development. By taking a four-pronged approach to the study of urban gover- nance the series encourages debate and discussion of 1 actors institutions and how cities are governed 2 policy issues and policy reform 3 the city as case study and 4 urban politics and policy through a comparative framework. With a strong focus on governance policy and the role of the city this series welcomes manuscripts from a broad range of disci- plines and viewpoints. How should the metropolis be governed What is the appropriate scale to consider and organize local governance and communities Bringing together an interdisciplinary and international body of scholarly work City-Regions in Prospect explores the city-region as both an evolving concept and as a growing area of planning practice. Contributors raise critical questions about the ways in which governance reform is being reshaped and whether current trends towards rescaling and rebounding cities actually address local challenges of urbanization and global- ization. These essays highlight the tensions and uncertainties between the city- region as a concept and the experiences of local communities when municipal policies are applied. Proposing a challenge to scholars and municipal leaders to account for exibility adaptability to local contexts social robustness and community engagement City-Regions in Prospect captures the growing relevance and importance of cities in a rapidly urbanizing world. Kevin Edson Jones is director of the Faculty of Extensions City-Region Studies Centre at the University of Alberta. Alex Lord is senior lecturer in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of Liverpool. Rob Shields is Henry Marshall Tory Endowed Research Chair and professor of sociology at the University of Alberta. South Africa the most urbanized country on the African continent displays some of the highest levels of socio-economic inequality in the world. What is life like for low-income African women in urban South Africa in the post-apartheid era Does urban life offer new opportunities for personal development equality for women and freedom Are there new forms of marginalization and danger shaping womens lives Why are so many women heading households on their own and what does this mean for family livelihoods intimacy and citizenship In On Their Own Allison Goebel explores womens experiences in the rapidly urbanizing context of post-1994 South Africa. She navigates different layers of urbanization in the country and illuminates the ways through which womens experiences of urbanization differ from mens and why these differences matter. In an approach that emphasizes womens right to the city Goebel presents original research in a case study of the city of Pietermaritzburg features life stories of urban women and engages with the literature in South African history politics gender studies urban studies and environmental studies. A revealing study of the ways in which urbaniza- tion is creating urgent social economic and environmental challenges for South Africa On Their Own also highlights the fraught legacies of apartheid and the aspirations of post-apartheid society for equality and opportunity across race and gender lines. Allison Goebel is associate professor in the School of Environmental Studies at Queens University. She is the author of Gender and Land Reform The Zimbabwe Experience. 1 1 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 P O L I T I C A L S T U D I E S U R B A N S T U D I E S W O M E N S S T U D I E S A F R I C A N S T U D I E S S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Studies in Urban Governance September 2015 978-0-7735-4604-2 32.95A CDN 32.95A US 22.99 paper 978-0-7735-4603-5 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 328pp 5 maps 7 tables Ebook available S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Studies in Urban Governance October 2015 978-0-7735-4590-8 32.95A CDN 32.95A US 22.99 paper 978-0-7735-4589-2 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 248pp 5 photos 1 map 2 diagrams 6 tables Ebook available City-Regions in Prospect Exploring the Meeting Points between Place and Practice edited by kevin edson jones alex lord and rob shields Essays exploring the prospects of the city-region. On Their Own Women Urbanization and the Right to the City in South Africa allison goebel Cutting edge research on the contradictions of race class and gender in post-apartheid urban South Africa. Douglas Farrow seldom shies from controversy. Discussing several hot-button issues such as reli- gion in public life educational freedom human rights and the denition of marriage Farrow challenges the common misconception that secu- lar institutions can be religiously neutral. Inspired by current legal political and philo- sophical debates in North America Desiring a Better Country engages leading political thinkers from Augustine to John Rawls and John Courtney Murray contemporary political gures such as Michael Ignatieff and Justin Trudeau as well as legal scholars and Supreme Court judgments. Writing from a Catholic perspective Farrow also incorporates contributions from the Churchs pre- and post-Vatican II teaching. His arguments treat ve pressing issues the grounding of human rights the dislocation of the goods of marriage the incoherence of normative pluralism the uncer- tain future of religious freedom and the peculiar liberty of the Church. Provocatively written well-informed and rele- vant to current affairs Desiring a Better Country is a timely intervention in debates on religion civil society and the state. Douglas Farrow is the Kennedy Smith Chair in Catholic Studies at McGill University. 1 2 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 P O L I T I C A L T H E O L O G Y P H I L O S O P H Y Desiring a Better Country Forays in Political Theology douglas farrow Essays that explore the incoherencies of pluralistic secularism and pursue a Catholic alternative. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2015 978-0-7735-4585-4 29.95A CDN 29.95A US 20.99 paper 978-0-7735-4584-7 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 192pp Ebook available Anchored in the core literature on natural re- sources energy production and environmental analysis Green-lite is a critical examination of Canadian environmental policy governance and politics drawing out key policy and governance patterns to show that the Canadian story is one of complexity and often weak performance. Making a compelling argument for deeper his- torical analysis of environmental policy and situat- ing environmental concerns within political and scal agendas the authors provide extended discussions on three relatively new features of environmental policy the federal-cities and urban sustainability regime the federal-municipal infra- structure regime and the regime of agreements with ngos and businesses that often relegate governments to observing participants rather than being policy leaders. They probe the Harper eras muzzling of environmental science and scientists Canadas oil sands energy and resource economy and the governments core Alberta and Western Canadian political base. The rst book to provide an integrated historical and conceptual examination of Cana- dian environmental policy over many decades Green-lite captures complex notions of what environmental policy and green agendas seek to achieve in a business-dominated economy of diverse energy producing technologies and their pollution harms and risks. G. Bruce Doern is distinguished research professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University and professor emeritus in the Politics Department at the University of Exeter. Graeme Auld is associate professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University. Christopher Stoney is associate professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University. 1 3 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E E N V I R O N M E N TA L S T U D I E S Green-lite Complexity in Fifty Years of Canadian Environmental Policy Governance and Democracy g. bruce doern graeme auld and christopher stoney An in-depth study of Canadian environmental policy. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Carleton Library Series November 2015 978-0-7735-4582-3 39.95A CDN 39.95A US 27.99 paper 978-0-7735-4581-6 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 424pp Ebook available In R. v. Ewanchuk the Supreme Court of Canada held that sexual touching must be accompanied by express contemporaneous consent. In doing so the Court rejected the idea that sexual consent could be implied. Ewanchuk was a landmark ruling reecting a powerful commitment to womens equality and sexual autonomy. In articu- lating limits on the circumstances under which women can be said to consent to sexual touch- ing however the decision also restricts their autonomy specically by denying them a voice in determining the norms that should govern their intimate relationships and sexual lives. In Implied Consent and Sexual Assault Michael Plaxton argues that women should have the auton- omy to decide whether and under what circum- stances sexual touching can be appropriate in the absence of express consent. Though caution should be exercised before resurrecting a limited doctrine of implied consent there are reasons to think that sexual assault law could accommodate a doctrine without undermining the sexual autonomy or equality rights of women. In reaching this conclu- sion Plaxton challenges widespread beliefs about autonomy consent and the objectives underpin- ning the offence of sexual assault in Canada. Drawing upon a range of contemporary crimi- nal law theorists and feminist scholars Implied Consent and Sexual Assault reconsiders the nature of mutuality in a world dominated by gender norms the proper scope of criminal law and the true meaning of sexual autonomy. Michael Plaxton is associate professor of law at the University of Saskatchewan. 1 4 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 L A W Implied Consent and Sexual Assault Intimate Relationships Autonomy and Voice michael plaxton Revisiting the doctrine of implied consent in Canadian sexual assault law. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2015 978-0-7735-4620-2 37.95A CDN 37.95A US 25.99 paper 978-0-7735-4619-6 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 288pp Ebook available Lieutenant-General Sir Richard Turner 1871 1961 was a capable but controversial Canadian general who played a critical role in the develop- ment of the Canadian Corps up to 1917 and contributed signicantly to its success thereafter. Despite his many accomplishments including being awarded the Victoria Cross Turner is often portrayed as a political appointee and repeated failure representations that ignore minimize or misconstrue his successes as a combat commander and head of Canadian forces in England. In The Embattled General William Stewart reveals Turners tactical operational and administrative contributions to the Canadian war effort. Uniquely Turner held senior commands in both combat arms and administration. Stewart narrates and analyzes Turners successes and failures in the Boer War and the First World Wars battles of Ypres Festubert St Eloi and the Somme. He also studies Turners career after his transfer to com- mand Canadian forces in England in December 1916 where Turner reformed an administration in chaos. After the war Turner played a key role in the formation of the Royal Canadian Legion. Based on exhaustive research from over 1200 volumes of material including many previously untouched sources The Embattled General pro- vides a balanced and just re-evaluation of Turner identifying his merits as well as his aws. William F. Stewart is a researcher focused on the tactical operational and administrative aspects of Canadas participation in the First World War. He lives in Ottawa. 1 5 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 M I L I TA R Y H I S T O R Y C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y The Embattled General Sir Richard Turner and the First World War william f. stewart A re-evaluation of a controversial Canadian general that overturns much of what is known about him. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2015 978-0-7735-4625-7 44.95T CDN 44.95T US 31.00 cloth 6 x 9 408pp 10 maps 2 photos 8 diagrams 7 tables Ebook available W.A. Mackintosh 18951970 was an exemplary public intellectual and a modest person of rare abilities. In the rst biography of this inuential economist Hugh Grant addresses how Mackin- toshs commitment to public service and to the principles of reason and tolerance shaped his con- tribution to economic scholarship government policy and university governance. In the 1920s and 30s Mackintosh emerged as the countrys leading economist. His most notable contribution was through his co-discovery with Harold Innis of the staple thesis of Canadian economic development which informed research in the eld for a generation. During the Second World War Mackintosh joined the Department of Finance where he played a central role in the successful management of the wartime economy and in Canadas adoption of Keynesian economic policy. As the author of the federal governments 1945 White Paper Mackintosh laid out the broad strokes of Canadas adherence to Keynesianism in the post-war period. After his return to Queens Mackintosh would become the universitys fteenth principal and guide the institution as it prepared for the transformation of Canadian universities. A remarkable man who had a profound inu- ence on the development of modern Canada this denitive biography restores the record on his important contributions to Canadian economic thought and national and international nance. Hugh Grant is professor of economics at the University of Winnipeg. 1 6 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 B I O G R A P H Y P O L I T I C A L E C O N O M Y W.A. Mackintosh The Life of a Canadian Economist hugh grant The rst biography of a leading Canadian economist and policy advisor. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Carleton Library Series November 2015 978-0-7735-4638-7 49.95T CDN 49.95T US 35.00 cloth 6 x 9 560pp 11 diagrams 6 tables Ebook available What draws a person to the political life In Call Me Giambattista John Ciaccia recounts his immi- gration to Canada from Italy as a small child in 1937 to his retirement from the National Assembly of Quebec in 1998. After studying at McGill Uni- versitys Faculty of Law practising in a Montreal law rm and shifting gears to work as a federal civil servant a phone call in 1973 from Premier Robert Bourassa launched Ciaccias twenty-ve- year career in Quebec politics. As a federalist politician from an Italian back- ground Ciaccia faced many challenges. When rst elected he negotiated the James Bay Agreement with the Cree and the Inuit and later as Quebecs minister of Native Affairs he was the key negotia- tor in the Oka crisis of 1990. Over the course of his career he held four cabinet posts including Inter- national Affairs and he ended his political career as the longest-serving member of the National Assembly. Ciaccia details all of these events and more and explains his relationships with leading gures such as Robert Bourassa Claude Ryan Pierre Trudeau Ren Lvesque and Jacques Parizeau. Revealing his approach to politics Ciaccia describes the lessons he learned from his career and underscores the importance of acting according to ones convictions. An intriguing memoir of an Italian immigrant who came to hold key roles in the Quebec govern- ment Call Me Giambattista tells the story of a political leader and the choices he made during a seminal period in Quebec history. John Ciaccia is a former cabinet minister and the author of The Oka Crisis A Mirror of the Soul. He lives in Montreal. 1 7 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 A U T O B I O G R A P H Y C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y Call Me Giambattista A Personal and Political Journey john ciaccia Recounting a political life lived during a turbulent time in Quebec. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Footprints Series September 2015 978-0-7735-4577-9 39.95T CDN 39.95T US 27.99 cloth 6 x 9 272pp 28 photos Ebook available Atlantic Canada has a rich tradition of storytelling and creativity that has extended to critical and audience praise for lms from the regions four provinces. Until now there has been no comprehensive history of this diverse body of work. In Shooting from the East Darrell Varga traces the emergence of art cin- ema in the 1970s and 80s and the subsequent rise of a contemporary commer- cial feature lm and television industry by way of representative examples of a great range of titles including The Adventure of Faustus Bidgood Life Classes The Disappeared and Trailer Park Boys. He provides analysis of doc- umentary lmmaking to emphasize concerns such as the establishment of the regional National Film Board studio and the inuence of broadcast policy but also considers signicant recurring themes including the environment the body race and First Nations and the North. Through critical analyses of key lms and interviews conducted with lmmakers from all corners of the region Varga uncovers patterns of meaning across diverse productions and interro- gates the concept of region in relation to prevailing notions of national cinema and transnational media culture. With a focus on short lms and an extensive history and analysis of the lmmaking production co-operatives located in each province Shooting from the East sheds light on the creative processes and local economic and cultural conditions for making images on the edge of the Atlantic. Darrell Varga is associate professor of lm studies at nscad University. Poet philosopher translator typographer and cultural historian Robert Bringhurst is a modern-day Renaissance man. He has forged a career from diverse but interwoven vocations nding ways to make accessible to con- temporary readers the wisdom of poets and thinkers from ancient Greece the Middle East Asia and North American First Nations. This collection shows the ways in which his industry-standard textbook The Elements of Typographic Style his remarkable translations of Haida oral epics and his experimental and traditional poetry and prose form a single coherent project. Listening for the Heartbeat of Being brings together a range of literary scholars poets journalists and publishers to comment on Bringhursts far reaching body of work. The essays include a comprehensive biography of Bringhurst rst-hand accounts of his book design and production efforts an analysis of his ground-breaking polyphonic performance poems and re-considerations of the Masterworks of the Classical Haida Mythtellers trilogy. Experienced Bringhurst scholars join well-known writers such as Dennis Lee and Margaret Atwood to create a multi-dimensional view of Bringhursts career. Guided by the simple faith that everything is connected to everything else Bringhursts ability to listen closely to the great minds of many cultures and represent their voices pragmatically is as this diverse and insightful book shows of greater interest than ever in a world facing unprecedented ecological crisis and intensive cultural evolution. Brent Wood teaches in the Department of English and Drama at the University of Toronto at Mississauga. Mark Dickinson teaches in the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences at ocad University. 1 8 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2015 978-0-7735-4629-5 39.95A CDN 39.95A US 27.99 paper 978-0-7735-4628-8 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 76.00 cloth 6.25 x 9.25 408pp 34 photos Ebook available M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2015 978-0-7735-4634-9 60.00A CDN 60.00A US 42.00 cloth 6 x 9 280pp 5 photos 2 illustrations Ebook available Shooting from the East Filmmaking on the Canadian Atlantic darrell varga A critical history of lmmaking in Atlantic Canada from the early days of art cinema to the contemporary media industry. L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S H I S T O R Y O F T H E B O O KF I L M S T U D I E S Listening for the Heartbeat of Being The Arts of Robert Bringhurst edited by brent wood and mark dickinson How a multi-talented artist and scholar turned voices of pre-industrial poet-thinkers into texts relevant for todays world and tomorrows. David Thompsons Travels is one of the nest early expressions of the Cana- dian experience. The work is not only the account of a remarkable life in the fur trade but an extended meditation on the land and Native peoples of west- ern North America. The tale spans the years 1784 to 1807 and extends from the Great Lakes to the Rockies from Athabasca to Missouri. A distinguished literary work the Travels alternates between the expository prose of the scien- tist and the vivid language of the storyteller animated throughout by a restless spirit of inquiry and sense of wonder. In the rst volume of an ambitious three-volume project that will nally bring all of Thompsons writings together editor William Moreau presents the Travels narrative as it existed in 1850 when the author was forced to abandon his work. Accompanying Moreaus transcription is an introductory essay and a textual introduction extensive critical annotations historical and modern maps and a biographical appendix. The denitive collection of Thompsons works The Writings of David Thompson will bring one of North Americans most important early travellers and surveyors and his world to a whole new generation of readers. William E. Moreau teaches with the Toronto District School Board. David Thompsons Travels is one of the nest early expressions of the Canadian experience. The work is not only the account of a remarkable life in the fur trade but an extended meditation on the land and Native peoples of western North America. The second in a planned three volumes of Thompsons writings this edi- tion completes the great surveyor and fur traders spirited autobiographical narrative. In the 1848 Travels Thompson describes his most enduring histor- ical legacy the extension of the fur trade across the Continental Divide be- tween 1807 and 1812. During these years he established several Norwester trading posts made contact with the tribal peoples of the Columbia Plateau and tirelessly mapped the lands he traversed all the time striving westward toward the Pacic. The tale culminates with Thompsons historic arrival at the mouth of the Columbia in July 1811. Like its companion Volume 1 this work presents an entirely new tran- scription by William Moreau of Thompsons manuscript and is accompanied by an introductory essay placing the author in his historical and intellectual context. Extensive critical annotations a biographical appendix and histori- cal and modern maps make this the denitive collection of Thompsons works and bring one of North Americas most important travelers and surveyors to a new generation of readers. William E. Moreau teaches with the Toronto District School Board. 1 9 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Co-published with the Champlain Society in association with Ruperts Land Record Society at the University of Winnipeg October 2015 978-0-7735-4616-5 34.95T CDN 34.95T US 23.99 paper 6 x 9 432pp 5 fold out maps Ebook available n e w i n pa p e r The Writings of David Thompson Volume 1 The Travels 1850 Version edited by william e. moreau In a very well-written introduction editor Moreau points out that Thompson is best understood if the reader views him in the multiple roles of story- teller interpreter of events scientist philosopher and mediator.CHOICE C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Co-published with the Champlain Society August 2015 978-0-7735-4551-9 44.95T US 31.00 cloth 6 x 9 504pp 4 colour maps 2 gures 1 table Ebook available The Writings of David Thompson Volume 2 The Travels 1848 Version and Associated Texts edited by william e. moreau A compelling tale of exploration encounter and commerce from the Rocky Mountains to the mouth of the Columbia River. C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y G E O G R A P H Y In science sometimes it is best to keep things sim- ple. Initially discrediting the discovery of neurons in jellysh mid-nineteenth-century scientists grouped jellysh comb-jellies hydra and sea anemones together under one term coelenter- ates and deemed these animals too similar to plants to warrant a nervous system. In Dawn of the Neuron Michel Anctil shows how Darwins theory of evolution completely eradicated this idea and cleared the way for the modern study of the neuron. Once zoologists accepted the notion that vary- ing levels of animal complexity could evolve they began to use simple-structured creatures such as coelenterates and sponges to understand the build- ing blocks of more complicated nervous systems. Dawn of the Neuron provides fascinating insights into the labours and lives of scientists who studied coelenterate nervous systems over several genera- tions and who approached the puzzling origin of the rst nerve cells through the process outlined in evolutionary theory. Anctil also reveals how these scientists who were willing to embrace improved and paradigm-changing scientic methods still revealed their cultural backgrounds their societal biases and their attachments to schools of thought and academic traditions while presenting their ground-breaking work. Their attitudes toward the neuron doctrine where neurons are individual self-contained cells proved decisive in the explo- ration of how neurons rst emerged. Featuring photographs and historical sketches to illustrate this quest for knowledge Dawn of the Neuron is a remarkably in-depth exploration of the link between Darwins theory of evolution and pioneering studies and understandings of the rst evolved nervous systems. Dawn of the Neuron shows how the evolution metaphor controversy played out in the emergence of the neuron doctrine and how inadequate re- search methods misled many authors on funda- mental questions. The book is therefore a caution with regard to the overzealous speculation about universal principles of neural organization. Anctil has been active in research on coelenterates and therefore is an excellent guide in adjudicating these controversies. Gordon M. Shepherd Yale University Michel Anctil is honorary professor of biology at Universit de Montral. 2 0 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 H I S T O R Y O F S C I E N C E Dawn of the Neuron The Early Struggles to Trace the Origin of Nervous Systems michel anctil How Darwins theory of evolution drove generations of zoologists to search for the rst evolved nervous systems in simple organisms. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2015 978-0-7735-4571-7 49.95T CDN 44.95T US 31.00 cloth 6 x 9 416pp 85 bw photos Ebook available The Forgotten Labrador recounts the history of a remarkable area of Canada the Quebec part of the Labrador coast that extends eastward from Kegashka to Blanc Sablon. Cleophas Belvin describes the arrival of the Aboriginals and the activities of the Breton and Basque shermen and French- and English-speaking merchants from Quebec City who controlled the region for more than one hundred and fty years. He paints a vivid picture of the lifestyle and living conditions of the early French- and English-speaking pioneers and their descendants offering an analysis of why they settled in the region and how they dealt with the precariousness of the seal salmon and cod sheries. The Forgotten Labrador also explores the role of the Anglican and Catholic missionaries the establish- ment of educational medical transportation and communication services and the various government and local initiatives that were undertaken to provide the people with some form of economic prosperity. Belvin lucratively mines the Labrador Boundary Documents and related data to reconstruct the French Regime in the region between 1660 and 1760. He appreciates the tremendous importance of the American shery the difcul- ties of bringing some measure of law and order to the lower north shore and the conicting interests of institutions such as the Roman Catholic Church the Church of England and the Grenfell mission on the coast. Newfoundland and Labrador Studies Cleophas Belvin a former teacher archivist and historical researcher is a writer and editor with the Department of National Defence. He lives in Ottawa. This volume is a selection of the most signicant writings by Monsignor Luigi Giussani founder of the Italian Catholic lay movement Communion and Liberation which is practised in eighty countries around the world. Presented by Julin Carrn Giussanis successor as head of Communion and Liberation Christ Gods Companionship with Man is the most succinct introduction to the breadth of Giussanis thought including memorable pas- sages from works such as The Journey to Truth Is an Experience At the Ori- gin of the Christian Claim Why the Church Generating Traces in the History of the World and Is It Possible to Live This Way Many speak of Giussani as a friendly presence a man who believed that it was possible to live in faith every day and in any circumstance. As a writer and religious scholar who was deeply devoted to his work Giussanis teachings and reections have come to gener- ate worldwide recognition and support. Revealing that spirituality and community can be found in ordinary ways Christ Gods Companionship with Man will inspire all who read it. Monsignor Luigi Giussani 19222005 was professor emeritus of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan and the founder of Com- munion and Liberation. His writings have been translated into over twenty languages. Julin Carrn is a Spanish Catholic priest and theologian. He is a professor of theology at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan and was appointed by Benedict XVI as consultor of the Pontical Council for the Laity and consultor of the new Pontical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization. 2 1 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S July 2015 978-0-7735-4567-0 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 23.99 paper 6 x 9 240pp 28 images 1 map Ebook available C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y S O C I A L H I S T O R Y n e w i n pa p e r The Forgotten Labrador Kegashka to Blanc-Sablon cleophas belvin An intimate look at the lifestyle living conditions and activities of a people whose lives were shaped by the uncertainties of the seal salmon and cod sheries. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S July 2015 978-0-7735-4566-3 16.95T CDN 14.95T US 9.99 paper 5 x 8 144pp Ebook available R E L I G I O U S S T U D I E S Christ Gods Companionship with Man luigi giussani Excerpts selected and presented by Julin Carrn In everyday reasoning just as in science and art knowledge is acquired more by doing than with long analyses. What do we do when we dis- cover something new How can we dene and explore the pattern of this reasoning traditionally called synthetic Following in the steps of classic pragmatists especially C.S. Peirce Giovanni Maddalenas Philosophy of Gesture revolutionizes the pattern of synthesis through the ideas of change and continuity and proposes gesture as a new tool for synthesis. Dening gesture as an action with a beginning and an end that carries on a meaning Maddalena explains that it is a dense blending of all kinds of phenomena feelings and vague ideas actual ac- tions habits of actions and of signs icons indexes and symbols. When the blending of phenomena and signs is densest the gesture is complete and its power of introducing something new in knowledge is at its highest level. Examples of complete gestures are religious liturgies public and private rites public and private actions that establish an identity artistic performances and hypothesizing experiments. A departure from a traditional Kantian framework for understanding the nature and function of reason The Philosophy of Gesture proposes an approach that is more attuned with our ordinary way of reasoning and of apprehending new knowledge. Giovanni Maddalena is professor of philosophy at the University of Molise. Moral diversity is a fundamental reality of todays world but moral theorists have difculty responding to it. Some take it as evidence for skepticism the view that there are no moral truths. Others associating moral reasoning with the search for overarching principles and unifying values see it as the result of error. In the former case moral reasoning is useless since values express individual preferences in the latter our reasoning process is dra- matically at odds with our lived experience. Moral Reasoning in a Pluralistic World takes a different approach pro- posing an alternative way of thinking about moral reasoning and progress by showing how diversity and disagreement are compatible with theorizing and justication. Patricia Marino demonstrates that instead of being evidence for skepticism and error moral disagreements often arise because we value things pluralistically. This means that although people share multiple values such as fairness honesty loyalty and benevolence we interpret and priori- tize those values in various ways. Given this pluralistic evaluation process preferences for unied single-principle theories are not justied. Focusing on nding moral compromises prioritizing conicting values and judging consistently from one case to another Marino elaborates her ideas in terms of real-life dilemmas arguing that the moral complexity and conict we so often encounter can be part of fruitful and logical moral reection. Aiming to draw new connections and bridge the gap between theoretical ethics and applied ethics Moral Reasoning in a Pluralistic World offers a sophisticated set of philosophical arguments on moral reasoning and plural- ism with real world applications. Patricia Marino is associate professor of philosophy at the University of Waterloo. 2 2 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2015 978-0-7735-4615-8 29.95A CDN 27.95A US 18.99 paper 978-0-7735-4614-1 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 216pp Ebook available S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2015 978-0-7735-4613-4 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 23.99 paper 978-0-7735-4612-7 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 208pp Ebook available The Philosophy of Gesture Completing Pragmatists Incomplete Revolution giovanni maddalena Foreword by Fernando Zalamea A revolutionary pragmatist account of creativity and synthetic reasoning that relies upon gesture an action that carries on meaning. P H I L O S O P H Y Moral Reasoning in a Pluralistic World patricia marino Bringing abstract moral theory to bear on the diversity of cultures and outlooks fundamental to todays world. P H I L O S O P H Y Does objectivity exist in the news media In The Invention of Journalism Ethics Stephen Ward argues that given the current emphasis on inter- pretation analysis and perspective journalists and the public need a new theory of objectivity. He explores the varied ethical assertions of jour- nalists over the past few centuries focusing on the changing relationship between journalist and audience. This historical analysis leads to an inno- vative theory of pragmatic objectivity that enables journalists and the public to recognize and avoid biased and unbalanced reporting. Ward convinc- ingly demonstrates that journalistic objectivity is not a set of absolute standards but the same fallible but reasonable objectivity used for making decisions in other professions and public institutions. Considered a classic in the eld since its rst publication in 2004 this second edition includes new chapters that bring the book up to speed with journalism ethics in the twenty-rst century by focusing on the growing dominance of online journalism and calling for a radical approach to journalism ethics reform. Ward also addresses important developments that have occurred in the last decade including the emergence of digital journalism ethics and global journalism ethics. This tightly written tour de force will be the authoritative work on objectivity and journalism. Clifford G. Christians University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Stephen J.A. Ward is Distinguished Lecturer in Ethics at the University of British Columbia courtesy professor at University of Oregon and founder of the Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of WisconsinMadison. 2 3 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 P H I L O S O P H Y C O M M U N I C AT I O N S T U D I E S The Invention of Journalism Ethics Second Edition The Path to Objectivity and Beyond stephen j.a. ward An innovative theory of pragmatic objectivity to guide journalism today. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Studies in the History of Ideas September 2015 978-0-7735-4631-8 34.95A CDN 32.95A US 22.99 paper 978-0-7735-4630-1 125.00S CDN 125.00S US 87.00 cloth 6 x 9 496pp Ebook available Versatile trendy and resilient the global cosmetic surgery industry shows no signs of decline espe- cially with its promises not just of aesthetic improvement but of absolute transformation. Introducing the concept of surface imagination Rachel Hurst discusses the fantasy that a change to the exterior will enhance the interior or that the outside is more signicant because it fashions the inside. Drawing on psychoanalysis feminist theory popular culture the history of medicine and inter- views with women who have undergone cosmetic procedures Hurst explores the tensions between the two primary surfaces of cosmetic surgery the photograph and the skin. The photograph an idealized surface for envisioning the effects of cosmetic surgery allows for speculation and re- touching predictably and without pain. The skin on the other hand is a recalcitrant surface that records the passage of time and heals unpre- dictably. Ultimately Hurst argues the fantasy of surface imagination corroborates the belief that ones body is mutable and controllable and that control over ones body permits control over ones social emotional and mental suffering. Acknowledging the varied experiences and opinions of the patients interviewed but also cri- tiquing the promises made by the industry Surface Imaginations develops an innovative approach to thinking about cosmetic surgical transformations through the seduction of surfaces. Rachel Alpha Johnston Hurst is associate professor of womens and gender studies at St Francis Xavier University. 2 4 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 C U LT U R A L S T U D I E S G E N D E R S T U D I E S Surface Imaginations Cosmetic Surgery Photography and Skin rachel alpha johnston hurst A meditation on why surfaces are so profound in the contemporary culture of cosmetic surgery. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2015 978-0-7735-4600-4 34.95T CDN 32.95T US 22.99 cloth 6 x 9 248pp 13 photos 2 diagrams 2 tables Ebook available For centuries before the 1789 revolution ballet was a source of great cultural pride for France but by the twentieth century the art form had deterio- rated along with Frances international standing. It was not until Serge Diaghilevs Ballets Russes found success in Paris during the rst decade of the new century that France embraced the opportunity to restore ballet to its former glory and transform it into a hallmark of the nation. In When Ballet Became French Ilyana Karthas explores the revitalization of ballet and its crucial signicance to French culture during a period of momentous transnational cultural exchange and shifting attitudes towards gender and the body. Uniting the disciplines of cultural history gender and womens studies aesthetics and dance his- tory Karthas examines the ways in which discus- sions of ballet intersect with French concerns about the nation modernity and gender identi- ties demonstrating how ballet served as an impor- tant tool for Frances project of national renewal. Relating ballet commentary to themes of transna- tionalism nationalism aesthetics gender and body politics she examines the process by which critics artists and intellectuals turned ballet back into a symbol of French culture. The rst book to study the correlation between ballet and French nationalism When Ballet Became French demonstrates how dance can transform a nations cultural and political history. Ambitious in scope and focused in argument When Ballet Became French offers a compelling account of the rise and fall and rise again of ballets fortunes as an exemplary French cultural and implicitly political form. Integrating dance history into a broader narrative of French cultural and gender history Karthas combines an internalist understanding of the transformations in ballets choreography technique staging and institutional form with a broader externalist analysis of its symbolism social location and cultural and political resonance. Judith Surkis Rutgers University Ilyana Karthas is assistant professor of history and afliate faculty of womens and gender studies at the University of MissouriColumbia. 2 5 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 F R E N C H H I S T O R Y C U LT U R A L H I S T O R Y When Ballet Became French Modern Ballet and the Cultural Politics of France 19091939 ilyana karthas A comprehensive picture of early twentieth-century French culture through the lens of ballet discourse. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S September 2015 978-0-7735-4605-9 44.95A CDN 39.95A US 27.99 cloth 6 x 9 352pp 14 photos Ebook available In Wallace Stevens among Others David Jarraway explores the extraordinary achievement of Wallace Stevens but in contexts that are not usually thought about in connection with Stevenss work gay literature contemporary ction Hollywood lm and avant-garde architecture among others. By viewing the poet among these other contexts Jarraway considers the nature of self- reection and pays special attention to the dis- crediting of self-presence as the principle of iden- tity in American writing a theme that reects American authors abiding concern for subjectivi- ties that engage the world from spaces of distance and difference. By returning to the work of Stevens Jarraway seeks to refurbish this preoc- cupation by linking it to the literary theory of French philosopher Gilles Deleuze whose work applies to American writers from Melville and Whitman to Fitzgerald and Cummings. Jarraway forges the link between Deleuze and Stevens by drawing out the female subjectivity found in each writers work to rethink the more static masculin- ist premises of being. Informed by a deep knowledge of and uency with the work of Stevens and Deleuze Jarraway uses these writers as a means of entry into Ameri- can literature and culture. Wallace Stevens among Others is a sophisticated analysis that will open new directions for future scholarship. David R. Jarraway is professor of American literature at the University of Ottawa. 2 6 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S L G B T S T U D I E S Wallace Stevens among Others Diva-Dames Deleuze and American Culture david r. jarraway A provocative reassessment of modern American literature and culture through the poetry of Wallace Stevens and the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S September 2015 978-0-7735-4602-8 60.00S CDN 60.00S US 42.00 cloth 6 x 9 312pp 4 photos Ebook available In spite of the many historical studies of Irish Protestant migration to America in the eighteenth century there is a noted lack of study in the transat- lantic migration of Irish Protestants in the nine- teenth century. The main hindrance in rectifying this gap has been nding a method with which to approach a very difcult historiographical problem. The Invis- ible Irish endeavours to ll this blank spot in the historical record. Rankin Sherling imaginatively uses the various bits of available data to sketch the rst outline of the shape of Irish Presbyterian migration to America in the nineteenth century. Using the migration of Irish Presbyterian ministers as tracers of a larger migration Sherling demon- strates that eighteenth-century migration of Protes- tants reveals much about the completely unknown nineteenth-century migration. An original and creative blueprint of Irish Presbyterian migration in the nineteenth century The Invisible Irish calls into question many of the assumptions that the history of Irish migration to America is built upon. Rankin Sherling is assistant professor of history at Marion Military Institute. 2 7 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 A M E R I C A N H I S T O R Y I R I S H H I S T O R Y The Invisible Irish Finding Protestants in the Nineteenth-Century Migrations to America rankin sherling An exploration of the enduring historical puzzle of the nature and scope of Irish Protestant migration to North America. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Studies in the History of Religion November 2015 978-0-7735-4623-3 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 23.99 paper 978-0-7735-4622-6 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 76.00 cloth 6 x 9 360pp 10 diagrams 2 maps 28 tables Ebook available Fewer Canadians identify with a religion believe in a god or attend weekly religious services than in past decades. What explains higher and lower levels of religiosity Is secularization a myth or reality What impact does religiosity or secularity have on a societys social and civil fabric In The Meaning of Sunday Joel Thiessen ad- dresses these questions by weaving together narratives from interviews with members of both religious and secular communities. Exploring the meanings and motivations behind peoples reli- gious beliefs and behaviours the book features discussions with three groups of people those who attend religious services weekly those who attend services mainly for religious holidays and rites of passage and those who do not identify with any religious group and never attend reli- gious services. Interview responses show that religiosity levels correlate to ones personal experi- ences with the supernatural religious organiza- tions and social ties with those who either encourage or discourage religious identication belief or practice. Concluding that the demand for religion is waning regardless of what religious groups include in their programs Thiessen sug- gests that apart from some initial social and civic concern Canadian society may be just ne with- out it. Testing two dominant theories in the sociology of religion secularization and rational choice theory The Meaning of Sunday provides in- depth qualitative research on peoples lived reli- gion and contributes to a major ongoing debate concerning the nature and importance of religion in contemporary society. Joel Thiessen is associate professor of sociology at Ambrose University. 2 8 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 R E L I G I O U S S T U D I E S S O C I O L O G Y The Meaning of Sunday The Practice of Belief in a Secular Age joel thiessen Explaining varying levels of religiosity and church attendance in Canada. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2015 978-0-7735-4627-1 32.95A CDN 32.95A US 22.99 paper 978-0-7735-4626-4 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth7735- 4626-4 100.00S cloth 6 x 9 232pp Ebook available The Constitutions that Shaped Us re-examines from a comparative and critical standpoint the events key players and texts which taken together help to interpret all Canadian constitutions prior to Confederation. The key constitutional documents that are studied in this book are the Royal Proclamation of 1763 the Quebec Act of 1774 the Constitutional Act of 1791 and the 1840 Act of Union. Great Canadian historians of the past take turns in providing unforgettable sketches and understandings of the actions of monumental gures such as Governors Murray Carleton and Elgin British politicians from Pitt to Burke Grey and Durham without forget- ting the leading political and intellectual colonial gures such as Bdard Papineau La Fontaine Mackenzie and Baldwin. Gathering together the most renowned and representative works of con- stitutional scholarship this anthology provides readers with an in-depth account of the events that would ultimately lead to the union of British colonies the birth of the Dominion of Canada and the rebirth of political autonomy in a colony known successively as Quebec Lower Canada Canada East and once again Quebec in 1867. Following a general survey of the various constitutions enacted under British rule this collection in- cludes an equal number of commentaries by French- and English-speaking historians concerning each of the four constitutions to offer the most nuanced view of Canadas origins to date. Guy Laforest is professor of political science at Universit Laval. Eugnie Brouillet is professor and dean in the Faculty of Law at Universit Laval. Alain-G. Gagnon is professor of political science at Universit du Qubec Montral. Yves Tanguay is a PhD student at the Faculty of Law at Universit Laval. Redistributing electoral ridings alters their number revises their boundaries or does both at the same time. Ostensibly the purpose of redistribution is to adjust parliamentary representation for population changes the growth or decline of population or shifts in its territorial distribution and social compo- sition. Before an arms-length commission headed by a judge took control of electoral redistribution in the 1960s parliament effectively the majority party controlled redistribution raising the possibility that the governing party would adjust the ridings for its own advantage a practice known as gerrymandering. Providing detailed analyses of parliamentary redistribution in Ontario that preceded the provinces commissioned ridings of the 1960s George Emerys Principles and Gerrymanders unravels the mechanisms operational strategies and exposure to partisanship of parliamentary redistribution and its inuence on general election outcomes. Using quantitative research methods Emery identies gerrymanders and demonstrates empirically whether or not these worked. He closes with a discussion of the transition to commissioned ridings what has changed in redistribution and what continues from the era when parliament redrew ridings. Contextualized with detailed maps and political cartoons Principles and Gerrymanders is a pioneering study and a major contribution to the literature on Canadian and Ontario political history. George Emery is professor emeritus of history at the University of Western Ontario and the author of The Methodist Church on the Prairies 18961914. 2 9 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2015 978-0-7735-4607-3 39.95A CDN 39.95A US 27.99 paper 978-0-7735-4606-6 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 360pp Ebook available S P E C I F I C AT I O N S December 2015 978-0-7735-4583-0 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 360pp 35 photos 35 maps 26 tables Ebook available The Constitutions that Shaped Us A Historical Anthology of Pre-1867 Canadian Constitutions edited by guy laforest eugnie brouillet alain-g. gagnon and yves tanguay P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E C A N A D I A N H I S T O R YP O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y Principles and Gerrymanders Parliamentary Redistribution of Ridings in Ontario 18401954 george emery A window on partisan corruption by majority parties in the redistribution of ridings in Ontario. The words left and right often signal a political divide in debates about topics as diverse as abortion capital punishment gun control law and order social welfare taxation immigration and the environment. Despite claims that political polarization is in decline its persistence suggests that it is inherent to our society. At the same time variations in the perception of each side indicate that these labels do not fully capture the reality of ideological disagreement. In Left and Right Christopher Cochrane traces the origins of this politi- cal language to the very nature of ideology. What is ideology what does it look like and how does it manifest itself in patterns of political disagreement in Western democracies Drawing on ve decades of evidence from political scientists including public opinion surveys elite surveys and content analy- sis of political party election platforms Cochrane employs a new method to analyze the structure and evolution of the leftright divide in twenty-one Western countries since 1945. He then delves into the central argument of the book that the language of left and right describes a meaningful percep- tible and quantiable pattern of political disagreement that has persisted over time and around the world. Calling for an adjustment to the way we view Canadian politics Left and Right opens a window into the world of political ideologies a world we see every day but rarely analyze dene or agree on. Christopher Cochrane is assistant professor of political science at the University of Toronto. Richard Harriss now classic study on trade and industrial policy was written for the Royal Commission on the Economic Union and Development Pros- pects for Canada also known as the Macdonald Commission. First pub- lished in 1985 when the Canadian economy faced dramatic changes arising from the emergence of manufacturing competitors among newly industrial- ized nations and increased protectionism in the US its recommendations were instrumental in the negotiation of the North America Free Trade Agreement. Addressing the key issues surrounding the design and choice of policies for the Canadian economy Trade Industrial Policy and International Competi- tion reviews the theory and evidence concerning trade liberalization as a mechanism to enhance economic growth disinvestment in sections that are disadvantageous in the international marketplace and future problems for the marketing sector caused by increasing competition from developing countries. Drawing from many streams of conventional economic thinking Harris de- velops an original and sophisticated model for assessing the broader economic impacts of trade liberalization on the Canadian economy. He concludes that free trade and industrial policy should be regarded as complementary not substitutes for one another and recommends a free trade agreement with the United States as a top priority. A new introduction by David Wolfe situates this work within its time and shows how Harriss analytical insights and policy prescriptions are as relevant today as they when they were originally crafted three decades ago. Richard G. Harris is professor of economics at Simon Fraser University. David A. Wolfe is professor of political science and co-director of the Innovation Policy Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs University of Toronto. 3 0 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2015 978-0-7735-4579-3 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 23.99 paper 978-0-7735-4578-6 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 256pp 28 gures 1 photo 4 tables Ebook available S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Carleton Library Series October 2015 978-0-7735-4597-7 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 23.99 paper 978-0-7735-4596-0 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 300pp Ebook available Left and Right The Small World of Political Ideas christopher cochrane How leftright ideology has evolved in the postwar era and changed Canadian politics. E C O N O M I C H I S T O R YP O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E Trade Industrial Policy and International Competition Second Edition richard g. harris With a new introduction by David A. Wolfe An economic prescription for Canada. In 1880 French Canadian journalist Joseph Tass wrote Un parallle Lord Beaconseld et Sir John Macdonald a political comparison of Benjamin Dis- raeli 18041881 two-time prime minister of the United Kingdom and Sir John A. Macdonald 18151891 the rst prime minister of Canada. Eleven years later the English translation by James Penny was published as Lord Beaconseld and Sir John A. Macdonald A Political and Personal Parallel. This new edition of a classic text marks the bicentennial of Sir John A. Macdonalds birth and the fortieth anniversary of the establishment of the Disraeli Project at Queens University and includes for the rst time both the French original and a fully annotated English text. Emerging from Michel Pharands research and the annotation of all Disraelis correspondence this volume celebrates the remarkable careers and personalities of both leaders by re-issuing the only extended comparison of these important and contro- versial nineteenth-century Conservative prime ministers. Demonstrating that their legacies continue to fascinate even in the twenty- rst century Lord Beaconseld and Sir John A. Macdonald is an intriguing study of the lives and politics of these two impressive statesman. Michel W. Pharand is adjunct associate research professor of arts and science and director of the Disraeli Project at Queens University. In The Handbook of Canadian Higher Education Law experts examine key legal issues in postsecondary education. Establishing the current governance arrangements for Canadian postsecondary education within a historical con- text the editors provide a detailed look at the legislative framework of post- secondary education and the role of the federal and provincial governments in organizing regulating and funding these institutions. Individual chapters analyze and expound on legal issues associated with institutional governance and management identifying laws that dene the rights and freedoms of faculty and students and the obligations of the insti- tutions towards them. Contributors engage with a wide range of issues asso- ciated with community activities such as research ventures knowledge mobilization commercial activities partnerships with industry and land development projects that are hosted by postsecondary institutions. Presenting a wide range of documentary analysis and study of case law legislation regulation and policy this essential contribution to public policy determines current and emerging legal issues facing the academy. Theresa Shanahan is associate dean of research and professional develop- ment in the Faculty of Education at York University and co-editor of The Development of Postsecondary Education Systems in Canada and Making Policy in Turbulent Times. Michelle Nilson is assistant professor in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University. Li Jeen Broshko is general counsel and associate university secretary in the ofce of the Vice-President Legal Affairs at Simon Fraser University. 3 1 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Queens Policy Studies Series School of Policy Studies October 2015 978-1-55339-442-6 39.95A CDN 39.95A US 27.99 paper 6 x 9 256pp S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Queens Policy Studies Series School of Policy Studies August 2015 978-1-55339-438-9 39.95A CDN 39.95A US 27.99 paper 6 x 9 106pp The Handbook of Canadian Higher Education Law edited by theresa shanahan michelle nilson and li jeen broshko A detailed look at of the laws that govern postsecondary education from inside and out. Lord Beaconseld and Sir John A. Macdonald A Political and Personal Parallel joseph tass edited by michel w. pharand P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E E D U C AT I O NL I T E R A R Y C R I T I C I S M C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y Rising income inequality has been at the forefront of public debate in Canada in recent years yet there is still much to learn about the economic forces driving the distribution of earnings and income in this country and how they might evolve in the future. With research showing that the tax-and-transfer system is losing the ability to counteract income disparity the need for policy- makers to understand the factors at play is all the more urgent. Income Inequality provides a comprehensive review of Canadian inequal- ity trends including changing earnings and income dynamics among the middle class and top earners wage and job polarization across provinces and persistent poverty among vulnerable groups. The Institute for Research on Public Policy irpp in collaboration with the Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network clsrn presents new evidence by some of the countrys leading experts on the impact of skills and education unioniza- tion and labour relations laws as well as the complex interplay of redistribu- tive policies and politics over time. Amid growing anxieties about the economic prospects of the middle class Income Inequality will serve to inform the public discourse on inequality an issue that ultimately concerns all Canadians. David A. Green is a professor in the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia and an irpp research fellow. W. Craig Riddell is Royal Bank Faculty Research Professor in the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia an irpp research fellow and academic director of the clsrn. France St-Hilaire is vice-president of research at irpp. In Redesigning Canadian Trade Policies for New Global Realities leading academics government researchers practitioners and stakeholders from Canada and abroad analyze how changes in global commerce technology and shifting economic and geopolitical power affect Canada and what this means for policy. In recent decades global commerce has changed dramatically. Production processes have fragmented across borders and international trade is about much more than trading nal goods increasingly it requires incorporating imports performing intermediate tasks and services exchanging know-how as well as the use of foreign investment and foreign afliate sales. The global policy context is also evolving with the rise of emerging economies and the proliferation of regional trade deals. Twenty-rst century trade negotiations are quite complex covering numerous policy areas and involving several fed- eral government departments and levels of government. Taken together these developments represent new realities for Canadian governments businesses workers and citizens. Applying new perspectives from frontier research on global value chains and rm-level trade theory this volume presents new empirical evidence and explores its policy implications for trade negotiations foreign investment services regulation digital trade and innovation. By comprehensively reimagining the role of contemporary trade policies Redesigning Canadian Trade Policies for New Global Realities is essential reading for anyone trying to navigate the new global trade context. Stephen Tapp is a research director at the Institute for Research on Public Policy. Ari Van Assche is an associate professor at the Department of Interna- tional Business at hec Montral. Robert Wolfe is a professor at the School of Policy Studies at Queens University. 3 2 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Institute for Research on Public Policy The Art of the State Series Volume 6 December 2015 978-0-88645-207-0 55.95A CDN 55.95A US 39.00 paper 6 x 9 850pp maps tables and gures S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Institute for Research on Public Policy The Art of the State Series Volume 5 August 2015 978-0-88645-203-2 39.95A CDN 39.95A US 27.99 paper 6 x 9 600pp tables and gures Income Inequality The Canadian Story edited by david a. green w. craig riddell and france st-hilaire Redesigning Canadian Trade Policies for New Global Realities edited by stephen tapp ari van assche and robert wolfe P O L I C Y S T U D I E SP O L I C Y S T U D I E S While Canadians are proud of their healthcare system the reality is that it is fragmented and disorganized. Instead of a pan-Canadian system it is a system of systems thirteen provincial and territorial systems and a fed- eral system. As a result Canadian healthcare has not only become one of the costliest in the world but is falling well behind many developed countries in terms of quality. Canadians increasingly realize that their healthcare system is no longer scally sustainable yet change remains elusive. The standard claim is that Canadas multijurisdictional approach makes system-wide reform nearly im- possible. Toward a Healthcare Strategy for Canadians disputes this reason- ing making the case for a comprehensive system-wide made-in-Canada healthcare strategy. It looks at the mechanics of change and suggests ways in which the various participants in the system governments healthcare professionals the private sector and patients can work collaboratively to transform a second-rate system. Addressing critical issues of health human resources electronic health records integrated care and pharmacare Toward a Healthcare Strategy for Canadians shows how a system-wide strategic approach to this crucial policy area can make a difference in Canadas healthcare system in the future. A. Scott Carson is professor of strategy and director of the Monieson Centre for Business Research in Healthcare at Queens School of Business. Jeffrey Dixon is associate director of the Monieson Centre for Business Research in Healthcare at Queens School of Business. Kim Richard Nossal is director of the School of Policy Studies at Queens University. Shortly after Canadian Confederation Thomas DArcy McGee proclaimed that education was an essential condition of our political independence and that its role was to form citizens for the new regime. Comparing this idea of education for citizenship or civic education to the modern goals of education Liberal Education Civic Education and the Canadian Regime explores the founders principles their sources and the challenges that threaten their vision for Canada. The collections rst essays analyze the political thought of early Canadians such as Brown McGee Ryerson and Bourinot while later chapters examine enduring principles of liberal democracy derived from Aristotle de Tocqueville and Hobbes. The nal chapters bring the discussion forward to such topics as the decline of Canadian Catholic liberal arts colleges and the emerging role of our Supreme Court as a self-appointed moral tutor. Moreover as it deals with the changing roles of universities in contemporary Canada Liberal Education Civic Education and the Canadian Regime engages current debates about the value and place of a traditional liberal education and the consequences of turning our back on the concepts that inspired our founding leaders. Considering whether Canadas early documents and traditions can revive past debates and shed light on contemporary issues this highly original collec- tion presents education as an essential condition of our independence and asks whether current educational principles are threatening Canadians capacity for self-government. David W. Livingstone is University-College Professor of Liberal Studies and Political Studies at Vancouver Island University. 3 3 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2015 978-0-7735-4609-7 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 23.99 paper 978-0-7735-4608-0 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 328pp Ebook available S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Queens Policy Studies Series School of Policy Studies August 2015 978-1-55339-439-6 39.95A CDN 39.95A US 27.99 paper 6 x 9 256pp Toward a Healthcare Strategy for Canadians edited by a. scott carson jeffrey dixon and kim richard nossal A comprehensive look at reforming Canadas mediocre public healthcare system from a system-wide strategic perspective. P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E H E A LT H S T U D I E S P O L I T I C A L H I S T O R Y E D U C AT I O N Liberal Education Civic Education and the Canadian Regime Past Principles and Present Challenges edited by david w. livingstone Reections on the education some early Canadians thought necessary for citizenship and contemporary threats to that education. Solitudes of the Workplace focuses on experiences of marginalization uncer- tainty and segregation created by the hierarchical structures of categories in universities and by gendered identities. Studying a wider range of womens roles in universities than prior research the experiences of support staff senior administrators researchers non-academic administrators and contract teachers are added to those of faculty and students. The essays show how attempts to introduce new knowledge are manoeu- vered and the resistance this process can encounter as well as the ways in which institutional policies can blur and change identities. Addressing long- standing issues such as the entanglement of gender and the assessment of merit attention is also given to how new identities are claimed and success- fully projected. Essays presenting workers points of view reveal the confu- sion that occurs when ofcial policy and everyday knowledge conict when processes like tenure and other status changes create troublesome realities and when it becomes routine to experience status denigration. Within the social order of the university and its existing boundaries gender issues of past decades sometimes surface but all too often remain an unspoken presence. Solitudes of the Workplace is a revealing look at the iso- lating experiences and inequities inherent in these institutional environments. Elvi Whittaker is professor emerita of anthropology at the University of British Columbia. Northrop Fryes long career made him Canadas most creative public intellec- tual. A century after his birth his many books demonstrate a powerful vision of the resources of the human imagination. Fryes critical theory sought the continuities linking human creation in all spheres of life trusting in the idea of a single human community sharing myths stories and images that express shared visions and desires. The essays in Educating the Imagination illustrate the extraordinary range of Fryes ideas. Robert Bringhurst examines how Frye mapped the mind Ian Balfour considers what belief meant for Frye and Gordon Teskey re-exam- ines two of the critics great subjects Blake and Milton. Michael Dolzani and Thomas Willard discuss Fryes symbolism and Robert Tally looks at his utopi- anism. A strong thread running through all the essays is Fryes interest in the Romantic era as Mark Ittenson shows. Three essays pair Frye with other titans of the time Fredric Jameson Paul de Man and Jacques Derrida. Troni Grande examines a gender issue in Fryes theory of tragedy and J. Edward Chamberlin concludes by relating Fryes writings to songs ceremonies of belief and the common ground that they represent across cultures. Engaging with signicant matters of contemporary concern Educating the Imagination provides a renewed understanding of Northrop Frye and the fertility of his ideas about the imagination and society. Alan Bewell is chair of the Department of English at the University of Toronto. Neil ten Kortenaar is professor of comparative literature and English at the University of Toronto. Germaine Warkentin is professor emeritus of English at the University of Toronto. 3 4 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S December 2015 978-0-7735-4633-2 37.95A CDN 37.95A US 25.99 paper 978-0-7735-4632-5 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 344pp Ebook available Solitudes of the Workplace Women in Universities edited by elvi whittaker A consideration of workplace identities and the stresses women experience within the university system. W O M E N S S T U D I E S A N T H R O P O L O G Y S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2015 978-0-7735-4573-1 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 23.99 paper 978-0-7735-4572-4 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 288pp Ebook available L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S Educating the Imagination Northrop Frye Past Present and Future edited by alan bewell neil ten kortenaar and germaine warkentin How Northrop Frye recognized the imagination as a window opening onto literature society and the human spirit. From punch clocks to prison sentences from immi- gration waiting periods to controversial time-zone boundaries from Indigenous grave markers that count time in centuries rather than years to the fact that free time is shrinking faster for women than for men time shapes the fabric of Canadian society every day but in ways that are not always visible or logical. In Timing Canada Paul Huebener draws from cultural history time-use surveys political state- ments literature and visual art to craft a detailed understanding of how time operates as a form of power in Canada. Time enables everything we do as Margaret Atwood writes without it we cant live. However time also disempowers us divides us and escapes our control. Huebener transforms our understanding of temporal power and possibil- ity by using examples from Canadian and Indige- nous authors including Jeannette Armstrong Joseph Boyden Dionne Brand Timothy Findley Lucy Maud Montgomery Gabrielle Roy and many others who witness question dismantle and re- construct the functioning of time in their works. As the rst comprehensive study of the cultural politics of time in Canada Timing Canada devel- ops foundational principles of critical time studies and everyday temporal literacy and demonstrates how time functions broadly as a tool of power privilege and imagination within a multicultural and multi-temporal nation. Paul Huebener is assistant professor of English at Athabasca University. 3 5 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S C U LT U R A L S T U D I E S Timing Canada The Shifting Politics of Time in Canadian Literary Culture paul huebener Time as a form of power in Canadian society literature and cultural imagination. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S December 2015 978-0-7735-4599-1 37.95A CDN 37.95A US 25.99 paper 978-0-7735-4598-4 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 304pp 6 photos 1 diagram 1 table Ebook available Elizabeth Barrett Browning evokes several gures as muses for her poetry and one recurring type is the music master. While her writing has always been recognized as highly experimental the inuence and use of music in her work have not been fully examined. Fresh Strange Music denes the exact nature of Barrett Brownings experiments and innovations in rhythm which she called the animal life of poetry and in sound repetition which she labelled her rhymatology. Donald Hair approaches Barrett Brownings art with a focus on the power that shapes it the technical music of her poetry and the recurring beat at the beginning of units of equal time that requires a different system of scansion than conventional metres and syllable counting. Music for Barrett Browning Hair explains has momentous implications. In her early poetry it is the promoter of kindly and loving relations in families and in society. Later in her career she makes it the basis of nation-building in her support for the unica- tion of Italy and more problematically in her championing of French emperor Napoleon III. Fresh Strange Music traces the development of Barrett Brownings poetics through all her works from the early An Essay on Mind to Last Poems showcasing her as a major poet independently minded and highly innovative in her rhythms and rhymes. Donald S. Hair is professor emeritus in the Department of English and Writing Studies at the University of Western Ontario. In the second half of the eighteenth century celebrated Swiss physician Samuel Auguste Tissot 17281797 received over 1200 medical consulta- tion letters from across Europe and beyond. Written by individuals seeking respite from a range of ailments these letters offer valuable insight into the nature of physical suffering. Plaintive desperate querulous fearful frustrated and sometimes arrogant and self-interested in tone the letters to Tissot not only express the struggle of individuals to understand the body and its workings but also reveal the close connections between embodiment and politics. Through the process of writing letters to describe their ailments the correspondents created textual versions of themselves articulating identities shaped by their physical experiences. Using these identities and experiences as examples Sonja Boon argues that the complaints voiced in the letters were intimately linked to broader social and political discourses of citizenship in the late eighteenth century a period beset with concerns about depopulation moral depravity and corporeal excess and organized around intricate rules of propriety. Contributing to the elds of literary criticism history gender and sexual- ity studies and history of medicine Telling the Flesh establishes a compelling argument about the connections between health politics and identity. Sonja Boon is associate professor of gender studies at the Memorial University of Newfoundland. 3 6 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S September 2015 978-0-7735-4593-9 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 312pp Ebook available Fresh Strange Music Elizabeth Barrett Brownings Language donald s. hair A new approach to Elizabeth Barrett Brownings art through the music of her poetry and its social and political implications. L I T E R A R Y C R I T I C I S M S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-QueensAssociated Medical Services Studies in the History of Medicine Health and Society September 2015 978-0-7735-4639-4 37.95A CDN 32.95A US paper 978-0-7735-4576-2 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 69.00 cloth 6 x 9 360pp 4 photos L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S H I S T O R Y O F M E D I C I N E Telling the Flesh Life Writing Citizenship and the Body in the Letters to Samuel Auguste Tissot sonja boon An engaging exploration of the stories our bodies tell and the stories we tell about our bodies. Impelled by economic deprivation at home and spiritual ambition abroad nineteenth-century Irish clerics and laypeople reshaped the many sites where they came to pray preach teach trade and settle. So decisive was the role of religion in the worlds of Irish settlement that it helped to create a Greater Ireland that encompassed the entire English-speaking world and beyond. Rejecting the popular notion that the Irish were passive victims of imperial oppression Religion and Greater Ireland demonstrates how religion opened up a vast world to exploit. The religious free market of the United States and the British Empire provided an opportunity and a level play- ing-eld in which the Irish could compete and thrive. Contributors to this collection show how the Irish of all denominations contributed to the creation and extension of Greater Ireland through missionary and temperance societies media and the circulation of people ideas and material cul- ture around the world. Essays also detail the di- verse experiences of Irish immigrants whether they were Catholics or Protestants clergy or laypeople women or men in sites of settlement and mission including the United States Canada South Africa Asia Australia New Zealand and Ireland itself. Seeking to illuminate the interconnections and commonalities of the Irish migrant experience Religion and Greater Ireland provides fascinating insight into the range of inuences that Irelands religions have had on the world beyond the British Isles. Colin Barr is senior lecturer in history at the University of Aberdeen. Hilary M. Carey is professor of imperial and religious history at the University of Bristol. 3 7 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 I R I S H S T U D I E S H I S T O R Y O F R E L I G I O N Religion and Greater Ireland Christianity and Irish Global Networks 17501950 edited by colin barr and hilary m. carey Stimulating essays that break new ground on religion and Irish identity in modern world history. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Studies in the History of Religion November 2015 978-0-7735-4570-0 39.95A CDN 39.95A US 27.99 paper 978-0-7735-4569-4 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 76.00 cloth 6 x 9 480pp Ebook available In 1913 Oxford-educated Margaret Gascoigne left England for Montreal in search of new opportunities. In 1915 she established a small school for six students in the study of her downtown Montreal home the modest but aspiring beginning of what would become known as The Study. Presenting lively images oral testimonies and material gleaned from the schools archives No Ordinary School explores the evolution of The Study through world wars the Great Depression the Quiet Revolution and many stages of feminism from its predominantly English Montreal origins into the bilingual and multicultural community that it is today. Always at the fore- front of the most progressive educational developments The Study has en- couraged generations of women to transcend the boundaries of their times. Inuential alumni include the physicist and Canadian Department of External Affairs civil servant Dorothy Osborne Xanthaky avant-garde artist Marian Dale Scott former chief curator and director of the McCord Museum of Canadian History Isabel Barclay Dobell world-renowned architect Phyllis Lambert internationally acclaimed pianist Janina Fialkowska Olympic rowing medalist Andranne Morin and tennis star Eugenie Bouchard. Firmly grounded in a wider historical context No Ordinary School celebrates an exceptional educational institution while paying tribute to its illustrious past and promising future. Colleen Gray teaches history at Concordia University. She is the author of The Congrgation de Notre-Dame Superiors and the Paradox of Power 16931796. In 1934 Wilder Penelds vision of an establishment dedicated to the relief of sickness and pain and the study of neurology lead to the creation of the Montreal Neurological Institute. Setting the standard for neurological re- search and care for patients disabled by neurological illnesses Penelds in- stitute became a beacon of light in a largely unexplored eld of medicine. The Wounded Brain Healed describes the pioneering research that took place during the mnis rst fty years. During the institutes golden age Peneld and his colleagues designed the eeg test for the study of epileptic patients discovered some of the causes of epilepsy and developed new treat- ments that have since been adopted worldwide. Additionally they delineated the sensory and motor representation in the cerebral cortex and localized the major areas of the brain related to speech. The institute also boasts the dis- coveries of two types of memory one serving immediate recall the other long term as well as the discovery of the localization of short-term memory to the inner structures of the temporal lobe. Recounting the story of one of Canadas greatest contributions to interna- tional medical science through archival research personal interviews photo- graphs illustrations and paintings The Wounded Brain Healed provides fascinating insight into the institution that had a global and lasting impact. William Feindel 19182014 the third director of the Montreal Neurological Institute was among the earliest inductees into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame. Richard Leblanc is a neurosurgeon and physician-scientist at the Montreal Neurological Institute and a professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at McGill University. 3 8 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Published for The Study September 2015 978-0-7735-4635-6 65.00T CDN 65.00S US 45.00 cloth 11 x 9 264pp full colour throughout Ebook available S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Published for the Montreal Neurological Institute January 2016 978-0-7735-4637-0 100.00S CDN 100.00S US cloth 7 x 10 872pp full colour throughout Ebook available No Ordinary School The Study 19152015 colleen gray One hundred years of history at a private school for girls that occupies a unique place in Quebecs educational sphere. H I S T O R Y O F M E D I C I N EH I S T O R Y E D U C AT I O N The Wounded Brain Healed The Golden Age of the Montreal Neurological Institute 19341984 william feindel and richard leblanc The history of the Montreal Neurological Institute from its conceptualization and realization through its rst fty years. The signing of the James Bay Agreement in 1975 was a turning point in relations between the Inuit and Cree of Northern Quebec and the federal government. Designating specic areas of land in Northern Quebec that the Inuit could own and use the agreement laid the groundwork for the development of several inuential institutions such as the Makivik Corporation essentially the beginning of modern-day Nunavik which now serves as the economic and political motor of Northern Quebec. Marking the fortieth anniversary of the agree- ment Volumes 9 and 10 of Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut offer the Inuit perspective through a series of articles portraying the unique process of creating and implementing the rst modern-day land claims treaty in Canada. With an introduc- tion by Senator Charlie Watt one of the original Inuit negotiators of the agreement these richly illustrated volumes cover the period from 1975 to the present day applauding the many achieve- ments of the treaty while identifying the work that still needs to be done. Minnie Grey has worked actively throughout her career to improve quality of life for the Inuit. Marianne A. Stenbaek is a professor of cultural studies at McGill and has worked closely with Inuit organizations in Canada and Greenland for over thirty years.. 3 9 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 I N D I G E N O U S S T U D I E S Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut Volume 9 Politics Part I edited by minnie grey and marianne a. stenbaek Introduction by Charlie Watt Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut Volume 10 Politics Part II edited by minnie grey and marianne a. stenbaek Introduction by Minnie Grey How the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement of 1975 the rst modern land claims treaty in Canada has shaped the creation and development of Nunavik Northern Quebec. A L S O I N T H E S E R I E S Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut Volume 8 Economic Development Part II 978-0-9829155-8-5 29.95 cloth Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut Volume 7 Economic Development Part I 978-0-9829155-7-8 29.95 cloth Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut Volume 6 Environment Part II Contaminants Land Use and Climate Change 978-0-9829155-5-4 27.95 cloth Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut Volume 5 Environment Part I Renewable Resources and Wildlife Protection 978-0-9829155-4-7 29.95 cloth Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut Volume 4 Children and Youth Introduction by Mary Aitcheson 978-0-9829155-3-0 29.95 cloth Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut Volume 3 Health Introduction by Mary Kaye May 978-0-9829155-2-3 29.95 cloth Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut Volume 2 Way of Life Introduction by Alec Gordon 978-0-9829155-1-6 29.95 cloth S P E C I F I C AT I O N S IPI Press Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut Volume 9 October 2015 978-0-9961938-0-1 29.95A CDN 29.95A US 20.99 cloth 5 x 7.5 320pp colour insert Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut Volume 10 October 2015 978-0-9961938-1-8 29.95A CDN 29.95A US 20.99 cloth 5 x 7.5 320pp colour insert S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Carleton Library Series October 2015 978-0-7735-4427-7 34.95A US 23.99 paper 6 x 9 344pp Ebook available 4 0 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 5 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Studies on the History of Quebectudes dhistoire du Qubec October 2015 978-0-7735-4393-5 37.95A US 25.99 paper 6 x 9 296pp 16 bw photos Ebook available S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2015 978-0-7735-4308-9 39.95A US 27.99 paper 6 x 9 456pp 27 tables 35 diagrams Ebook available P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E P U B L I C P O L I C Y n e w i n pa p e r Asleep at the Switch The Political Economy of Federal Research and Development Policy since 1960 bruce smardon Why Canadian industrial RD remains limited in comparison with other economies and how federal policy contributes to the problem. C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y U R B A N S T U D I E S n e w i n pa p e r Des socits distinctes Gouverner les banlieues bourgeoises de Montral 18801939 harold brub A political and social history of suburban governance on the island of Montreal. E D U C AT I O N P O L I C Y S T U D I E S n e w i n pa p e r The Development of Postsecondary Education Systems in Canada A Comparison between British Columbia Ontario and Quebec 19802010 edited by donald fisher kjell rubenson theresa shanahan and claude trottier How higher education policy affects educational outcomes. In 2006 fteen suburban municipalities of Mon- treal partially regained the autonomy they lost during the 2002 mergers. The fact that most of these were afuent suburbs did not go unnoticed. Supporters of the one island one city project saw the demerged municipalities as scal and lin- guistic enclaves refusing integration into the wider metropolitan community but for merger oppo- nents they represented the last political institu- tions of Quebecs anglophone community with long-established local identities and distinct politi- cal cultures. Harold Brub studies three of these distinct societies Westmount Pointe-Claire and Town of Mount Royal between the end of the nine- teenth century and the beginning of the Second World War demonstrating that they were the stage for a distinctive form of suburban gover- nance rooted in the search for socioeconomic distinction in a quickly changing metropolitan en- vironment. Through the use of local government municipal politicians created a physical and social environment that clearly set them apart from the rest of the island and that conformed to a bour- geois suburban ideal. Harold Brub is professor of history Universit de Sherbrooke and a member of the Laboratoire dhistoire et de patrimoine de Montral. Signicant public investment and increased access to higher education lead to economic develop- ment governments across the political and ideo- logical spectrum believe this and have designed and implemented policy based on this understand- ing. The Development of Postsecondary Educa- tion Systems in Canada examines how these policies affect the structure and performance of postsecondary education. This comprehensive study compares the evolution and outcomes of higher education policy in British Columbia On- tario and Quebec over the past three decades. The authors begin with an understanding that in order to explain the role of postsecondary educa- tion in society they must locate systemic change. Drawing on documentary analysis and interviews the focus is on how policy priorities are reected in system behaviours performance funding arrangements design and structural components. Donald Fisher is professor in the Department of Educational Studies at the University of British Columbia. Kjell Rubenson is professor in the De- partment of Educational Studies at the University of British Columbia. Theresa Shanahan is associ- ate dean Research and Professional Development at the Faculty of Education York University. Claude Trottier is professor emeritus in the Fac- ulty of Education Sciences at Universit Laval. Since 1960 Canadian industry has lagged behind other advanced capitalist economies in its level of commitment to research and development. Asleep at the Switch explains the reasons for this under- performance despite a series of federal measures to spur technological innovation in Canada. Bruce Smardon argues that the underlying issue in Canadas longstanding failure to innovate is structural and can be traced to the rapid diffu- sion of American Fordist practices into the manu- facturing sector of the early twentieth century. Under the inuence of Fordism Canadian indus- try came to depend heavily on outside sources of new technology particularly from the United States. Though this initially brought in substantial foreign capital and led to rapid economic develop- ment the resulting branch-plant industrial struc- ture led to the prioritization of business interests over transformative and innovative industrial strategies. This situation was exacerbated in the early 1960s by the Glassco framework which as- sumed that the best way for the federal state to foster domestic technological capacity was to fund private sector research and collaborative strategies with private capital. 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