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Montreal McGill-Queens University Press 1010 Sherbrooke Street West Suite 1720 Montreal QC H3A 2R7 Canada Kingston McGill-Queens University Press Douglas Library Building 93 University Avenue Kingston ON K7L 5C4 Canada COVER DESIGN INTERIOR DESIGN TYPESETTING PRINTING Groupe Litho Printed in Canada Abdi Ali A. 31 Abelson Donald E. 7 Ahrari Ehsan M. 22 Barman Jean 8 Batt Herbert 20 Baum Gregory 13 Blanger Stphanie A.H. 33 Bourbeau Amlie 29 Buri George 30 Carson Edward 18 Cartwright George 27 Chowanietz Christophe 23 Cohen Nicole S. 24 CormierYouri 26 CrossWilliam P. 34 Dagg Anne Innis 10 Dennett Laurie 11 Dickason Rene 33 Drukker Kelly Norah 18 DSouza Mario O. 31 Durand Caroline 29 Epprecht Marc 32 Freund Alexander 38 Giesbrecht Jared 34 Glassford Sarah 15 Hateld Philip J. 2 High Steven 9 Ibrahim Awad 31 Kenig Ofer 34 Kent Brad 37 Kierulf John 32 Kordan Bohdan S. 25 Korneski Kurt 28 Kuffert Len 36 Llewellyn Kristina R. 38 Ludlow Peter 38 McCullough Colin 14 Mellon Hugh 33 Morton Erin 17 Murray Jennifer 37 Mussio Laurence B. 12 Polzer Jessica 35 Potter Russell A. 1 Power Elaine 35 Pruysers Scott 34 Rahat Gideon 34 Ray Arthur J. 9 Reilly Nolan 38 Rose Jonathan 33 Rosen Al 5 Rosen Mark 5 Sandwell R.W. 28 Seary E.R. 27 Shilton Elizabeth J. 6 Shubert Howard 4 Simon Sherry 36 Stopp Marianne P. 27 Styran Roberta M. 16 Suttor Greg 35 Tapp Stephen 38 Taylor Robert R. 16 Teigrob Robert 14 Underwood Harry 21 Van Assche Ari 38 Vellacott Jo 30 Wetherell Donald G. 3 Whalley George 19 Wolfe Robert 38 Zitner Sheldon 20 Abenaki Daring 8 American Princess An 11 Architecture on Ice 4 Between Education and Catastrophe 30 Bombs Bullets and Politicians 23 Canada and the United Nations 14 Canada before Television 36 Canadian Oral History ReaderThe 38 Canny ScotThe 38 Catholic Philosophy of Education A 31 Complete Poems of George WhalleyThe 19 Conicted Colony 28 Disarmament under International Law 32 Easy Prey Investors 5 Education of African Canadian ChildrenThe 31 Empty Promises 6 Experience of BeautyThe 21 Family Names of the Island of Newfoundland 27 Finding Franklin 1 Flowering of Modern Chinese PoetryThe 20 For Folks Sake 17 From Liberal to Labour with Womens Suffrage 30 George Cartwrights The Labrador Companion 27 Illustrated History of Canadas Native People An 9 Islamic Challenge and the United StatesThe 22 Knots 18 Lines in the Ice 2 Man of Parliament A 33 Mobilizing Mercy 15 Neoliberal Governance and Health 35 Network Democracy 34 No Free Man 25 Northern Lights 7 Nourrir la machine humaine 29 Occupied St Johns 9 Oil Has Not Run DryThe 13 Powering Up Canada 28 Promise and Challenge of Party Primary Elections The 34 Reading Alice Munro with Jacques Lacan 37 Redesigning Canadian Trade Policies for New Global Realities 38 Selected Essays of Sean OFaolainThe 37 Small Fires 18 Smitten by Giraffe 10 Speaking Memory 36 Still Renovating 35 Techniciens de lorganisation sociale 29 This Colossal Project 16 Un destin plus grand que soi 12 Vision Greater than Themselves A 12 War as Paradox 26 War Memories 33 Welcome to Greater Edendale 32 Wildlife Land and People 3 WritersRights 24 Title Index AuthorEditor Index In 2014 media around the world buzzed with news that an archaeological team from Parks Canada had located and identied the wreck of hms Erebus the agship of Sir John Franklins lost expedition to nd the Northwest Passage. Finding Franklin outlines the larger story and the cast of detectives from every walk of life that led to the discovery solving one of the Arctics greatest mysteries. In compelling prose Russell Potter details his decades of work alongside key gures in the era of modern searches and elucidates how shared research and ideas have led to a fuller under- standing of the Franklin crews nal months. Illustrated with images and maps from the last two centuries Finding Franklin recounts the more than fty searches for traces of his ships and crew and the dedicated often obsessive men and women who embarked on them. Potter discusses the crucial role that Inuit oral accounts often cited but rarely understood played in all of these searches and continue to play to this day and offers historical and cultural context to the contemporary debates over the signicance of Franklins achievement. While examination of hms Erebus will un- doubtedly reveal further details of this mystery Finding Franklin assembles the stories behind the myth and illuminates what is ultimately a remark- able decades-long discovery. Russell A. Potter is professor of English at Rhode Island College and the author of Arctic Spectacles The Frozen North in Visual Culture 18181875. Finding Franklin is a compelling book. Potter is one of the most respected Franklin scholars in the world and this volume shows us why. He has an intimate familiarity with the vast material on the search and understands better than anyone else its place within the cultural imagination. Michael F. Robinson University of Hartford 1 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y E X P L O R AT I O N Finding Franklin The Untold Story of a 165-Year Search russell a. potter The full story of those who have searched for Franklin since his expedition disappeared. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S September 2016 978-0-7735-4784-1 39.95T CDN 34.95T US 26.99 cloth 6.5 x 9.5 280pp 26 photos 7 maps Ebook available The 2014 discovery of hms Erebus a ship lost during Sir John Franklins 1845 expedition to nd the Northwest Passage reignited popular economic and political interest in the Arctics exploration history anthropology and historical geography. Lines in the Ice investigates the allure of the North through topographical views maps explorers diaries and historic photographs. Following the course of major journeys to the Arctic including those of Martin Frobisher Henry Hudson and John Franklin Philip Hat- eld assesses the impact of these incursions on the Norths numerous indigenous communities and reveals the role of exploration in making the modern world. Besides detailing the areas vivid history Lines in the Ice also focuses on beautiful works created over the last 500 years by people who live and travel in the Arctic. Lavishly illustrated with reproductions of items rarely seen outside of the British Library this volume meditates on humans relation- ships with the Arctic at a time when climate change poses a catastrophic threat to the peo- ples and ecosystems of this enigmatic region. A timely work that traces the pasts inu- ence on the present day Lines in the Ice showcases the rich visual history of Arctic ex- ploration indigenous cultural works and the longstanding ways in which the North has captivated the public. Philip J. Hateld is lead curator for digital mapping at the British Library and a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. 2 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 A R C T I C S T U D I E S H I S T O R Y Lines in the Ice Exploring the Roof of the World philip j. hatfield A visual history of Arctic exploration and how it has shaped the modern world. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S September 2016 978-0-7735-4820-6 44.95T CDN 44.95T US cloth 8.5 x 11 224pp 120 colour photos North American rights Ebook available Encounters with wild animals are among the most signicant relationships between humans and the natural world. Presenting a history of human in- teractions with wildlife in Alberta Manitoba and Saskatchewan between 1870 and 1960 Wildlife Land and People examines the confrontations that led to diverse consequences from the near annihilation of some species to the extraordinary preservation of others and skilfully nds the roots of these relationships in peoples needs for food sport security economic development personal fulllment and identity. Donald Wetherell shows how utilitarian prac- tices in which humans viewed animals either as friendly sources of prot or as threats to their eco- nomic and personal security dominated until the 1960s. Alongside these views however other atti- tudes asserted that wild animals were part of the beauty mystery and order of the natural world. He outlines the ways in which this later attitude gained strength after World War II distinguished by a growing conviction that every species has ecological value. Through a century in which the natural landscape of the prairie region was radi- cally transformed by human activity conicts de- veloped over fur and game management over Aboriginal use of the land and over the preserva- tion of endangered species like bison and elk. Yet the period also saw the creation of national parks zoos and natural history societies. Drawing on a wide array of historical sources and photographs as well as current approaches to environmental history Wildlife Land and People enriches our understanding of the many-layered relationships between humans and nature. Donald G. Wetherell is professor emeritus of heritage resources management at Athabasca University. 3 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y E N V I R O N M E N TA L S T U D I E S Wildlife Land and People A Century of Change in Prairie Canada donald g. wetherell A wide-ranging study of peoples diverse and often contradictory relationships with wild animals in the prairie provinces after 1870. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2016 978-0-7735-4791-9 49.95T CDN 49.95T US 38.00 cloth 6.5 x 9.5 616pp 67 bw photos Ebook available Despite the legendary reputations of Madison Square Garden Maple Leaf Gardens and the Montreal Forum skating rinks and hockey arenas may be North Americas most over- looked cultural buildings. Architecture on Ice reveals the central role they have played in inuencing urban social and political life across the continent. In the rst book to chart the development of skating rinks and arenas from their origins as simple wooden sheds to todays fully wired multi-purpose entertainment complexes Howard Shubert examines how these buildings have been adapted to seasonal change and to a multitude of uses besides skating from politi- cal rallies to rock concerts and how these adaptations in turn have transformed skating curling and hockey. Revealing the ways in which arenas are sites where sport culture and commerce intersect Architecture on Ice describes four distinct phases in the develop- ment of these buildings the early rinks and arenas of the mid-nineteenth century to the early twentieth century the Golden Era of 192031 the building boom in postwar arenas from 196083 and the postmodern hockey complexes built between 1990 and 2010. Lavishly illustrated with surprising amusing and previously unpublished images Architec- ture on Ice explains how the construction of buildings engineered the way recreational ac- tivities are performed and experienced. Howard Shubert is the former curator of prints and drawings at the Canadian Centre for Architecture. He lives in Toronto. 4 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 A R C H I T E C T U R E C U LT U R A L S T U D I E S Architecture on Ice A History of the Hockey Arena howard shubert An architectural and cultural history of skating rinks and hockey arenas in North America. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-QueensBeaverbrook Canadian Foundation Studies in Art History October 2016 978-0-7735-4813-8 49.95T CDN 49.95T US 38.00 cloth 9 x 10 296pp 160 photos colour throughout Over the past twenty-ve years a series of actions omissions and failures by Canadas lawmakers and the purported gatekeepers of investors rights have left Canadians investments pensions and retirement savings at greater risk. Bodies such as provincial securities commissions have abandoned their obligations to safeguard investors and allowed published and audited nancial statements in Canada to become unreliable. Yet these distorted nancial statements are used by nancial analysts who present them as accurate leaving investors in the dark about serious risks and negative impacts on their savings. In Easy Prey Investors investigative forensic ac- countants Al and Mark Rosen examine the circum- stances beginning with a 1997 Supreme Court of Canada ruling on the reliability of audited state- ments that have led to the proliferation of Ponzi schemes and other nancial manipulations and a corresponding lack of accountability among audi- tors. Based on their many years of experience in major Canadian court cases involving collapsed companies the authors reveal the full stories be- hind nancial trickery and describe the disturbing consequences for investors. They show how a com- bination of inaction by lawmakers and illogical delegation of regulatory power to conicted nan- cial statement auditors has seriously harmed savers as well as how most conventional protections have been stripped away from investors. Why save in Canada when money can so easily be stolen Prying open doors too often sealed shut Easy Prey Investors illuminates the unpleas- ant details of nancial manipulation and suggests new ways to guide and protect investors and their families. Al Rosen and Mark Rosen are co-founders of Accountability Research Corporation and have written columns for Canadian Business Magazine The Financial Post and Advisors Edge Report. They both live in Toronto. B U S I N E S S 5 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 Easy Prey Investors Why Broken Safety Nets Threaten Your Wealth al rosen and mark rosen How obsolete court decisions lawmaker inaction and conicted self-regulators are facilitating the theft of wealth and retirement savings in Canada. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S February 2017 978-0-7735-4819-0 39.95T CDN 39.95T US 30.99 cloth 6 x 9 576pp Ebook available Workplace pensions are a vital part of Canadas retirement income system but these plans have reached a state of crisis as a result of their low cov- erage and inadequate insecure and unequally dis- tributed benets. Reviewing pension plans through a legal and historical lens Empty Promises reveals the paradoxical effects and inevitable failure of a pension system built on the interests of employers rather than employees. Elizabeth Shilton examines the evolution of pension law in Canada from the 1870s to the early twenty-rst century highlighting the foresee- ably futile struggle of legislators to create and sustain employees pension rights without under- mining employers incentives. The current system gives employers considerable discretion and con- trol in pension design and administration. Shilton appeals for a model that is not hostage to business interests. She recommends replacing todays employer-controlled systems with pensions shaped by the public interest expanding mandatory broad-based or state-pension systems such as the Canada Pension Plan to generate pensions that respond to the changing workplace and address the needs and interests of retirees. Engaging with the long-running debate on whether Canadians should look to government or to the private sector for retirement income secu- rity Empty Promises is a crucial work concerned with the future of the Canadian retirement system. Elizabeth J. Shilton is senior fellow and adjunct professor in the Centre for Law in the Contempo- rary Workplace at Queens University. Empty Promises is a very accessible work the writing is clear and elegant. Elizabeth Shilton has done an impressive job of making complex legal concepts rules and cases easy to understand. Retirement security and pension coverage are high on the public policy agenda and this book will be of interest to readers concerned about these issues. Freya Kodar University of Victoria 6 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 L A W P U B L I C P O L I C Y Empty Promises Why Workplace Pension Law Doesnt Deliver Pensions elizabeth j. shilton Why a voluntary employer-based pension system does not deliver adequate and secure retirement income for most Canadians. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S September 2016 978-0-7735-4787-2 34.95T CDN 34.95S US 26.99 cloth 6 x 9 304pp Ebook available Think tanks are often thought of as a uniquely US phenomenon. Although the largest concentration of think tanks is in the United States they can be found in virtually every country. Often over- looked Canadas think tanks represent a highly diverse and eclectic group of public policy organi- zations such as the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives the C.D. Howe Institute the Fraser Institute and the Mowat Centre among others. In Northern Lights Donald Abelson explores the rise of think tanks in Canada and addresses many of the most commonly asked questions about how and under what circumstances they are able to affect public opinion and public policy. He identies the ways in which Canadian think tanks often prioritize political advocacy over policy research and seeks to explain why these organizations are well-suited and equipped to shape the discourse around key policy issues. The rst comprehensive examination of think tanks in Canada Northern Lights is both a primer for those looking to understand the role and function of think tanks in the policy-making process and a guide to the leading policy institutes in the country. Donald E. Abelson is professor and chair of politi- cal science at the University of Western Ontario and the author of A Capitol Idea Think Tanks and U.S. Foreign Policy and Do Think Tanks Matter Assessing the Impact of Public Policy Institutes. 7 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 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 Northern Lights Exploring Canadas Think Tank Landscape donald e. abelson An exploration of the rise of think tanks in Canada and the position they occupy in the countrys political landscape. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2016 978-0-7735-4764-3 32.95A CDN 32.95A US 24.99 paper 978-0-7735-4763-6 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 84.00 cloth 6 x 9 384pp 14 tables 24 diagrams Ebook available An Abenaki born in St Francis Quebec Noel Annance 17921869 by virtue of two of his great-grandparents having been early white captives attended Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Determined to apply his privileged education he was caught between two ways of being neither of which accepted him among their numbers. Despite outstanding service as an ofcer in the War of 1812 Annance was too Indigenous to be allowed to succeed in the far west fur trade and too schooled in outsiders ways to be accepted by those in charge on returning home. Annance did not crumple but all his life dared the promise of literacy on his own behalf and on that of Indige- nous peoples more generally. His doing so is tracked through his writings to government of- cials and others some of which are reproduced in the text. Annances life makes visible how the exclusionary policies towards Indigenous peoples generally considered to have originated with the Indian Act of 1876 were being put in place a half century earlier. On account of his literacy Annances story can be told. Recounting a life marked equally by suc- cess and failure and by perseverance Abenaki Daring speaks to similar barriers that to this day impede many educated Indigenous persons from realizing their life goals. To dare is no less essen- tial than it was for Noel Annance. Jean Barman is professor emeritus at the University of British Columbia. From the book Abenaki daring and its counterpart of Indigenous daring have taken many forms. Noel Annance dared in a major battle of the War of 1812 and in seeking to make a career for himself in the far west fur trade but much more importantly he dared with his pen. Made aware in midlife that to be as he was highly educated and Indigenous was a wholly different proposition than to be highly educated and white he returned home. From the Abenaki stronghold of St Francis Quebec he wrote to those in charge of a Canada in the making respecting both Indigenous peoples and his own search for belonging. Noel dared them to read what they did not want to hear. He dared them to consider that there might be a different way ahead. 8 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 I N D I G E N O U S S T U D I E S B I O G R A P H Y Abenaki Daring The Life and Writings of Noel Annance 17921869 jean barman The life and work of an Abenaki man illuminate the troubled history of Indigenous peoples. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Native and Northern Series October 2016 978-0-7735-4792-6 39.95T CDN 39.95T US 30.99 cloth 6 x 9 392pp 2 maps 12 photos Ebook available Canadas Native people have inhabited this land since the Ice Age and were already accomplished traders artisans farmers and marine hunters when Europeans rst reached their shores. Contact between Natives and European explorers and settlers initially presented an unprecedented period of growth and opportunity. But the two vastly different cultures soon clashed. Arthur Ray charts the history of Canadas Native people from rst con- tact to current land claims. The result is a fascinating chronicle that spans 12000 years and culminates in the headlines of today. In the preface to this new edition Ray elaborates on the increasing effectiveness of Indigenous peoples and their leaders in bringing demands for justice to centre stage. He discusses recent court decisions the nal report of the Truth and Reconcilia- tion Commission of Canada and the hope for change following promises made by the new Trudeau government. provides the general reader with a useful introduction to many aspects of Aboriginal Canadas history The many well-chosen illustrations comple- ment the text superbly. The Globe and Mail Arthur J. Ray is professor emeritus of history at the University of British Columbia and the author of Aboriginal Rights Claims and the Making and Remaking of History and Telling It to the Judge Taking Native History to Court. In January 1941 the hulking twenty-one-thousand-ton troopship Edmund B. Alexander docked in St Johns Harbour carrying a thousand American sol- diers sent to join the thousands of Canadian troops protecting Newfound- land against attack by Germany. France had fallen Great Britain was ghting for its survival and Newfoundland then a dominion of Britain was North Americas rst line of defence. Although the German invasion never came St Johns found itself occupied by both Allied Canadian and American forces. Occupied St Johns reveals the profound impact that the war years had on the citys inhabitants thrown into a conict where the home front was also the war front. Weaving together interviews with residents who lived through the upheaval as well as archival material this collection reconstructs the memories of people coping with extraordinary circumstances. Lavishly illustrated and engagingly written Occupied St Johns is a re- markable look at the effects of the Second World War on the city opening another chapter in Newfoundlands fascinating history. This is an impressive work and a gorgeous one. From its striking cover to its abundance of illustrations it is crisply designed and visually engaging. From its categorical table of contents to its calibrated notes and footnotes it is a trove of information. Newfoundland Quarterly Steven High is Canada Research Chair in Public History and co-director of the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling at Concordia University. 9 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2016 978-0-7735-4800-8 39.95A CDN 39.95A US 30.99 paper 7 x 9.25 464pp colour inserts Ebook available n e w e d i t i o n An Illustrated History of Canadas Native People Fourth Edition I Have Lived Here Since the World Began arthur j. ray Engaging a familiar story retold rmly from the original inhabitantspoint of view. Chock full of hundreds of photos drawings and maps many in vivid colour this handsome book is the ideal primer. The Toronto Star 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 September 2016 978-0-7735-4817-6 44.95A CDN 44.95A US 34.99 paper 8.5 x 10 416pp 152 bw photos Ebook available n e w i n pa p e r Occupied St Johns A Social History of a City at War 19391945 edited by steven high The stories and memories of those who lived through the Second World War in Newfoundland. 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 fourth edition When Anne Innis saw her rst giraffe at the age of three she was smitten. She knew she had to learn more about this marvelous animal. Twenty years later now a trained zoologist she set off alone to Africa to study the behaviour of giraffe in the wild. Subsequently Jane Goodall and Dian Fossey would be driven by a similar devotion to study the behaviour of wild apes. In Smitten by Giraffe the noted feminist reects on her scientic work as well as the leading role she has played in numerous activist campaigns. On returning home to Canada Anne married physicist Ian Dagg had three children published a number of scientic papers taught at several local universities and in 1967 earned her PhD in biology at the University of Waterloo. Dagg was continually frustrated in her efforts to secure a position as a regular professor despite her many publications and very good teaching record. Finally she opted instead to pursue her research as an independent citizen scientist while working part time as an academic advisor. Dagg would spend many years ghting against the marginaliza- tion of women in the arts and sciences. Boldly documenting widespread sexism in Canadian universities while also discussing Daggs involvement with important zoological topics such as homosexuality infanticide sociobiology and taxonomy Smitten by Giraffe offers an inside perspective on the workings of scientic research and debate the history of Canadian academia and the rise of second-wave feminism. Anne Innis Dagg is senior academic advisor in the Independent Studies Program at the University of Waterloo. 1 0 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 A U T O B I O G R A P H Y W O M E N S S T U D I E S Smitten by Giraffe My Life as a Citizen Scientist anne innis dagg One feminists personal account of researching animal behaviour and ghting sexism in Canadian universities. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Footprints Series October 2016 978-0-7735-4799-5 34.95T CDN 34.95T US 26.99 cloth 6 x 9 216pp 16 photos Ebook available In An American Princess Laurie Dennett relates the remarkable story of a New England girl whose wealth intelligence and charm took her to the heart of aristocratic and intellectual Europe. Marguerite Chapin 18801963 was the product of two cultures her fathers enterprising American one and her mothers French heritage which enabled her to move to Paris when she inherited a fortune at age twenty-one. There she studied singing with the greatest tenor of the age commis- sioned paintings from artists such as Pierre Bonnard Edouard Vuillard and Andr Derain and drew upon her many friendships with writers to found and edit the pioneering literary review Commerce. Her marriage in 1911 to the composer Prince Roffredo Caetani a member of one of Italys oldest dynasties added a whole new dimension to her life. Not only did it bring her a title but hap- piness two children and a set of extraordinarily talented in-laws. When Marguerite and Roffredo moved to Rome in 1932 Ninfa the estate where the Caetani family had created a garden among the ruins of a medieval town offered a refuge from fascism and an outlet for creativity. At age sixty-eight having survived the death of her son the war and the occupation Marguerite launched the international review Botteghe Oscure. Its aim was to reclaim respectability for Italian writing but through her discerning and generous editorial vision it became a showcase for writers everywhere. An engrossing biography based on extensive original research An American Princess celebrates Marguerite Chapin Caetanis impressive accom- plishments and legacy. Laurie Dennett is the author of numerous corporate histories. She lives in Lugo Spain. 1 1 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 B I O G R A P H Y An American Princess The Remarkable Life of Marguerite Chapin Caetani laurie dennett How a New Englander became a princess made literary history and helped create Italys most romantic garden. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S January 2017 978-0-7735-4818-3 39.95T CDN 34.95T US 26.99 cloth 6.25 x 9.25 456pp 75 photos Ebook available For the past two centuries the Bank of Montreal has been at the centre of Canadas economic and nancial development. Mark- ing the bicentennial of Canadas rst bank A Vision Greater than Themselves tells the story of the nancial institution from its ori- gins to the present through its iconography. Exploring the Bank of Montreals past through images of objects its leaders key documents and forgotten advertisements Laurence Mussio illustrates how the Bank of Montreal emerged over time. He shares per- spectives on leadership culture community triumphs and challenges to offer a glimpse into the banks personality innovations tech- nologies nation-building projects and archi- tectural legacy. The mosaic that emerges provides a unique understanding of the Bank of Montreals experience over the years. Indi- vidually each visual reveals a self-contained story that is both entertaining and extraordi- nary. Collectively these objects impart a much larger story. Throughout this volumes pages a picture emerges of a bank that has shaped and been shaped by Canada and the North Atlantic world. Examining an astonishing range of mate- rial A Vision Greater than Themselves cele- brates the evolution of one bank and how it made its mark. Laurence B. Mussio teaches at McMaster University the Schulich School of Business at York University and Syracuse University in New York. He lives in Toronto. 1 2 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 A Vision Greater than Themselves The Making of the Bank of Montreal 18172017 laurence b. mussio A richly illustrated history of the making of Canadas rst bank revealed through carefully chosen images themes and objects. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Published for the Bank of Montreal November 2016 978-0-7735-4829-9 39.95T CDN 39.95T US 30.99 cloth 12 x 10 272pp 200 colour illustrations Ebook available Also available in French Un destin plus grand que soi Lhistoire de la Banque de Montral de 1817 2017 978-0-7735-4828-2 39.95T CDN 39.95T US 30.99 cloth 12 x 10 272pp 200 colour illustrations H I S T O R Y B U S I N E S S Born to a Jewish mother and Protestant father in 1923 Berlin Gregory Baum has devoted his career to a humanistic approach to Catholicism. In The Oil Has Not Run Dry Baum shares recollections about his lifelong commitment to theology his atypical views and his evolving understanding of the Catholic Churchs message. Baum reects on his groundbreaking work with the Second Vatican Council 196265 and how it helped to open the Church to a new under- standing of outsiders one that advocated cooper- ation with world religions in support of peace and justice and respected secular philosophies commit- ted to truth and social solidarity. Later embracing Latin American liberation theology he became a leading thinker of the Catholic Left in Canada adopting radical positions that initially earned support from Canadian bishops in the 1970s. Di- verging from ofcial Catholic doctrines regarding women and sexual ethics Baum eventually left the priesthood but continued to teach theology and remained active in the Church. The Oil Has Not Run Dry also discusses the contrast between Catholicism in Quebec and English-speaking North America and the ways in which Baum sees Quebecs culture as more marked by social solidarity. This signicant difference has inspired his own writings which present the original development of Catholic thought in Quebec to an English-speaking readership. Gregory Baum is professor emeritus in the Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill University and the author of Fernand Dumont A Sociologist Turns to Theology and Truth and Relevance Catholic Theology in French Quebec since the Quiet Revolution. 1 3 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 The Oil Has Not Run Dry The Story of My Theological Pathway gregory baum A Catholic theologian praised by some and denounced by others tells the story of his involvement in the renewal of the Catholic Church. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S January 2017 978-0-7735-4826-8 37.95T CDN 37.95T US 28.99 cloth 6 x 9 288pp Ebook available M E M O I R T H E O L O G Y A nation of peacekeepers or soldiers Honest bro- ker loyal ally or chore boy for empire Attempts to dene Canadas past present and proper inter- national role have often led to contradiction and incendiary debate. Canada and the United Nations seeks to move beyond simplistic characterizations by allowing evidence rather than ideology to drive the inquiry. The result is a pragmatic and forthright assessment of the best practices in Canadas UN participation. Sparked by the Harper governments realign- ment of Canadian internationalism Canada and the United Nations reappraises the mythic and often self-congratulatory assumptions that there is a distinctively Canadian way of interacting with the world and that this approach has proted both the nation and the globe. While politicians and diplomats are given their due this collection goes beyond many traditional analyses by includ- ing the UN-related attitudes and activities of ordinary Canadians. Contributors nd that while Canadians have exhibited a broad range of re- sponses to the UN fundamental beliefs about the nations relationship with the world are shared widely among citizens of various identities and eras. While Canadians may hold inated views of their countrys international contributions their notions of Canadas appropriate role in global governance correlate strongly with what experts in the eld consider the most productive ap- proaches to the Canada-UN relationship. In an era when some of the globes most pro- found challenges climate change refugees terrorism economic uncertainty are not con- strained by borders Canada and the United Nations provides a timely primer on Canadas diplomatic strengths. Colin McCullough is adjunct professor of history at McMaster University. Robert Teigrob is associate professor of history at Ryerson University. 1 4 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 H I S T O R Y P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E Canada and the United Nations Legacies Limits Prospects edited by colin mccullough and robert teigrob Foreword by Lloyd Axworthy Experts offer new approaches to Canadian internationalism in a candid re-evaluation of Canadas contributions to the United Nations. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Rethinking Canada in the World January 2017 978-0-7735-4825-1 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 26.99 paper 978-0-7735-4824-4 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 77.00 cloth 6 x 9 256pp 2 photos 2 drawings Ebook available Rethinking Canada in the World series editors ian mckay and sean mills Supported by the Wilson Institute for Cana- dian History at McMaster University this series is committed to books that rethink Canadian history from transnational and global perspectives. It enlarges approaches to the study of Canada in the world by exploring how Canadian history has long been a dynamic product of global currents and forces. The series will also reinvigorate understanding of Canadas role as an inter- national actor and how Canadians have contributed to intellectual political cultural social and material exchanges around the world. Volumes included in the series explore the ideas movements people and institu- tions that have transcended political bound- aries and territories to shape Canadian society and the state. These include both state and non-state actors and phenomena such as international migration diaspora politics religious movements evolving con- ceptions of human rights and civil society popular culture technology epidemics wars and global nance and trade. The series charts a new direction by exploring networks of transmission and exchange from a standpoint that is not solely national or international expanding the history of Canadas engagement with the world. A N N O U N C I N G A N E W S E R I E S For more than a century the Canadian Red Cross Society has provided help and comfort to vulnera- ble people at home and abroad. In the rst de- tailed national history of the organization Sarah Glassford reveals how the European-born Red Cross movement came to Canada and took root and why it ourished. From its origins in battleeld medicine to the creation of Canadas rst nationwide free blood transfusion service during the Cold War Mobiliz- ing Mercy charts crucial organizational changes the inuence of key leaders and the impact of social cultural political economic and interna- tional trends over time. Glassford shows that the key to the Red Crosss longevity lies in its ability to reinvent itself by tapping into the concerns and ambitions of diverse groups including militia doctors government ofcials middle-class women and schoolchildren. Through periods of war and peace the Canadian Red Cross pioneered new services and lled gaps in government aid to become a ubiquitous agency on the wartime home front a major domestic public health organiza- tion and a respected provider of international humanitarian aid. Opening a window onto the shifting relation- ship between voluntary organizations and the state Mobilizing Mercy is a compelling portrait of a major humanitarian organization its people and its ever-evolving place in Canadian society. Sarah Glassford is a social historian of Canada who earned her PhD at York University. 1 5 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y H I S T O R Y O F M E D I C I N E Mobilizing Mercy A History of the Canadian Red Cross sarah glassford An engaging history that follows Canadas leading humanitarian organization through decades of war peace and social change. 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 November 2016 978-0-7735-4775-9 39.95T CDN 39.95S US 30.99 cloth 6 x 9 360pp 34 photos Ebook available This Colossal Project presents an absorbing epic on the building of the fourth Welland Canal which connects Lake Ontario and Lake Erie and allows ships to bypass Niagara Falls. An immense undertaking the canal is a vital part of North Americas infrastructure and still functions as an essential part of the St Lawrence Seaway. Emphasizing the role of vivid personalities including engineers John Laing Weller and Alex Grant as well as contractors and labourers in the construction of the canal Styran and Taylor use archival sources government documents newspa- pers maps and original plans to describe a saga of technological nancial geographical and so- cial obstacles met and overcome in an accomplish- ment akin to the building of the Canadian Pacic Railway. A story of Canadian skill courage vision and hardship This Colossal Project details the twenty-year excavation of the giant channel and the creation of huge concrete locks amidst war the Great Depression political change and labour unrest. Building on the work presented in Styran and Taylors This Great National Object which told the story of the rst three Welland canals built in the nineteenth century This Colossal Project chronicles an impressive milestone in the history of Canadian technological achievement and nation building. Roberta M. Styran 19272015 was a retired assistant professor of history at Brock University. Robert R. Taylor is professor emeritus of history at Brock University. 1 6 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y H I S T O R Y O F S C I E N C E A N D T E C H N O L O G Y This Colossal Project Building the Welland Ship Canal 19131932 roberta m. styran and robert r. taylor The story of the construction of a technological monument that remains a cornerstone of the North American economy. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S December 2016 978-0-7735-4790-2 44.95T CDN 44.95T US 34.99 cloth 6 x 9 368pp 74 photos 10 maps 12 diagrams Ebook available Folk art emerged in twentieth-century Nova Scotia not as an accident of history but in tandem with cultural policy developments that shaped art institutions across the province between 1967 and 1997. For Folks Sake charts how woodcarvings and paintings by well-known and obscure self- taught makers and their connection to hand- work local history and place fed the publics nostalgia for a simpler past. The folk artists examined here range from the well-known self-taught painter Maud Lewis to the relatively anonymous woodcarvers Charles Atkin- son Ralph Boutilier Collins Eisenhauer and Clarence Mooers. These artists are connected by the ways in which their work fascinated those ac- tive in the contemporary Canadian art world at a time when modernism and the art market that once sustained it had reached a crisis. As folk art entered the public collection of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and the private collections of pro- fessors at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design it evolved under the direction of collectors and curators who sought it out according to a particular modernist aesthetic language. Morton engages national and transnational developments that helped to shape ideas about folk art to show how a conceptual category took material form. Generously illustrated For Folks Sake interro- gates the emotive pull of folk art and reconstructs the relationships that emerged between relatively impoverished self-taught artists a new brand of middle-class collector and academically trained professors and curators in Nova Scotias most important art institutions. Erin Morton is associate professor of visual culture in the Department of History at the University of New Brunswick. 1 7 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 A R T H I S T O R Y C U LT U R A L S T U D I E S For Folks Sake Art and Economy in Twentieth-Century Nova Scotia erin morton A radical re-examination of art in Nova Scotia and the place of folk art in the cultural hierarchy of the twentieth century. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-QueensBeaverbrook Canadian Foundation Studies in Art History November 2016 978-0-7735-4812-1 44.95A CDN 44.95A US 34.99 paper 978-0-7735-4811-4 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 84.00 cloth 7.5 x 9.75 392pp 76 photos full colour throughout Ebook available The mind is made of pleasures and uncertainty inviting as it yearns to be both puzzle and adversity Full of philosophical digressions questions and answers Knots forms a series of cyclical narrations a kind of verbal chirality or mathematicians knot continuously mirroring its ideas and subject matter in a play of language and contrasting points of view. Flight of the Mind Measure of the Stars sets an itinerary and series of proposed directions for the book its poems introducing the mind in action laying down themes of art and memory reason and belief intimacy and desire. The nal sections are composed of verses that can also be read as parts of two longer interconnected poems. The Occupied Mind enticingly pulls us deeper into philosophical questions and answers about the needs of the mind and the ambiguities of love. The central conceit of Minutes offers sixty meditations that are both a measure of time and testimony as well as a witnessing and confession of what takes place within a changing relationship. Confronting the riddles and dualities of mind and heart Knots provokes a layered interplay of reason paradox code and cipher from our daily thinking and feeling. Actively engaging with the spoken strategies of thought the nature of art and our always unpredictable evolving experience of love we quickly discover the mind and heart are rarely what we expect. Edward Carson is the author of Birds Flock Fish School and Taking Shape. He lives in Toronto. Tracing a series of journeys real and imagined Kelly Norah Drukkers Small Fires opens with a section of poems set on Inis Mr a remote Irish-speaking island off the west coast of County Galway where the poet-as-speaker dis- covers the ways in which remnants of the islands early Christian monastic culture brush up against island life in the twenty-rst century. Also present is a series of poems set in the Midi-Pyrnes and in the coun- tryside around Lyon. Linked to the shorter poems in the collection by land- scape theme and tone is a set of longer narrative poems that give voice to imagined speakers who are each in a different way living on the margins. The rst describes a young emigrant womans crossing from Ireland to Canada in the early twentieth century where she must sacrice her tie to the land for the uncertain freedom of a journey by sea while a second depicts the lives of silk workers living under oppressive conditions in Lyon in the 1830s. In detailed and musical language the poems in Small Fires highlight aspects of landscape and culture in regions that are haunted by marginal and silenced histories. The collection concludes with a long poem written as a response to American writer Paul Monettes autobiographical work Borrowed Time An AIDS Memoir. Kelly Norah Drukkers work has appeared in journals in Canada the UK and Ireland. She lives in Montreal. 1 8 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S The Hugh MacLennan Poetry Series August 2016 978-0-7735-4767-4 16.95T CDN 14.95T US 11.99 paper 5 x 7.5 160pp Ebook available M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S The Hugh MacLennan Poetry Series August 2016 978-0-7735-4770-4 16.95T CDN 14.95T US 11.99 paper 5 x 7.5 128pp Ebook available Knots edward carson Poems sculpted from the persuasive mind erratic heart and enigmatic art of loves most devious puzzles. P O E T R YP O E T R Y Small Fires kelly norah drukker Poems that illustrate the stories that lie buried in landscapes and in human lives. An eminent Canadian man of letters scholar naval ofcer and secret intelligence agent cbc scriptwriter musician biographer and translator George Whalley 19151983 was also a gifted poet whose work spans ve decades. Along with his major critical work Poetic Process and his superb biography The Legend of John Hornby Whalleys poetry is an important contribution to the emergence and development of twentieth- century modernism. The Complete Poems of George Whalley is the rst collection of Whalleys entire poetic oeuvre. It contains the previously published work from his two books of poetry Poems 19391944 and No Man An Island as well as pieces that appeared in periodicals and edited collections. It gathers all his unpublished poems found in public archives and his personal papers letters and journals. This col- lection reinforces Whalleys place as the foremost Canadian poet of the Second World War during and immediately after which the majority of these works were written. It also emphasizes the humour and playfulness of his early and late poems. Michael DiSantos introduction provides an overview of Whalleys life and career and ex- amines the relationship between his poetics and criticism by consulting his essays letters and unpublished papers. Restoring Whalleys poetry and literary contri- butions to their rightful place in the Canadian canon this comprehensive collection opens new chapters on mid-twentieth-century modernism and war poetry. Michael John DiSanto is associate professor of English at Algoma University and the author of Under Conrads Eyes The Novel as Criticism. 1 9 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 P O E T R Y C A N A D I A N L I T E R AT U R E The Complete Poems of George Whalley edited by michael john disanto The poems of a Canadian modernist best known for his investigations into poetic process. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2016 978-0-7735-4803-9 49.95A CDN 49.95A US 38.00 cloth 6 x 9 440pp Ebook available The Republican period 19191949 witnessed an outpouring of poetry in a form and style new to China written in the common peoples language baihua plain speech. The New Poetry broke with the centuries-old tradition of classical poetry and its intricate forms. The Flowering of Modern Chinese Poetry pres- ents English translations of over 250 poems by fty poets including a rich selection of poetry by women writers. The anthology provides a nuanced picture of the astonishingly rapid development of vernacular verse in China from its emergence dur- ing the May Fourth Movement through the years of the Japanese invasion to the Communist vic- tory in the Civil War in 1949. Michel Hockx intro- duces the historical and literary contexts of the various schools of vernacular poetry that devel- oped throughout the period characterized as those of the pioneers formalists symbolists soldiers and peasants poets and Shanghai Poets of the late 1940s. Each selection of verse begins with a biographical sketch of the authors life and literary career including their roles in the Civil War and the resistance to the Japanese occupation. Introducing English readers to master poets who are virtually unknown to Western audiences this anthology presents a collection of verse written in an age of struggle that attests to the courage sensitivity and imagination of the Chinese people. Herbert Batt taught English in China for eight years and has translated several collections of modern Chinese ction. Sheldon Zitner 19242005 taught English litera- ture at the University of Toronto and is the author of several volumes of poetry including Before We Had Words and The Asparagus Feast. 2 0 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 P O E T R Y A S I A N S T U D I E S The Flowering of Modern Chinese Poetry An Anthology of Verse from the Republican Period translated by herbert batt and sheldon zitner Introductions by Michel Hockx A collection of early twentieth century vernacular poetry that foreshadows the emergence of the modern Chinese nation. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S September 2016 978-0-7735-4766-7 32.95A CDN 32.95A US 24.99 paper 978-0-7735-4765-0 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 84.00 cloth 6 x 9 456pp Ebook available The notion of beauty as a point of transit between the sensuous and the ideal is well-established in the history of Western philosophy. Describing this transition and seeking to rethink the ways in which humans understand the things they nd beautiful in life Harry Underwoods The Experi- ence of Beauty approaches the notion of beauty through the insights of major but distinctively individual philosophers and artists. Underwood considers the principal instances of beauty as it reveals itself in everyday experience as a concept in the mind of the philosopher as the artists vision and as the shining image of the ideal. Considering the perspectives of many notable gures in the Western canon of philoso- phy and literature for whom beauty and the imag- ination have mattered including Plato Nietzsche Auden Coleridge Proust and Iris Murdoch Underwood draws out a rounded sense of beauty. It is shown to be on one view inherent in a perceptible order and on another to be an expression of the will to confer meaning on a meaningless world. In art beauty reveals itself to be both perceived and created and a world- disclosing truth-relaying force. As a nal matter Underwood asks what it means to embrace your own vision of beauty and apply it to your lifes work. A quietly provocative meditation on the mys- tery of beauty this collection of essays contends that beauty serves life as an inspiration not merely as an ornament. Harry Underwood is a trial lawyer in Toronto. 2 1 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 P H I L O S O P H Y A E S T H E T I C S The Experience of Beauty Seven Essays and a Dialogue harry underwood An original answer to a question of permanent interest the place of beauty in our lives. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2016 978-0-7735-4801-5 29.95T CDN 29.95T US 22.99 cloth 5.5 x 8.5 176pp Ebook available On September 11 2001 Osama bin Laden de- clared global jihad on the West. In response to the days attacks the United States has waged its own global war on terrorism which the Pentagon has described as a generational conict similar to the Cold War. In The Islamic Challenge and the United States Ehsan Ahrari takes a close look at this ideological conict focusing on the Middle East Africa and South and Central Asia. Arguing that the war on terrorism is founded on secular funda- mentalism an ideology that envisions Islam as dangerous and volatile because it mixes religion and politics and the Enlightenment narrative Ahrari suggests that the US sees global jihadists as absolutist irrational obscurantist and anti- modern. While violence on behalf of the Muslim community ummah is thus framed as repre- hensible violence on behalf of the Western nation-state is seen as sometimes necessary and often praiseworthy. Unsettlingly this framework does not encourage careful scrutiny of the USs historical dealings with the Muslim world. The belief that religion causes violence Ahrari argues may blind the West to its own forms of fanaticism. A timely analysis of one of the most contested issues of our times The Islamic Challenge and the United States is a must-read for global security practitioners policymakers and general readers. Ehsan M. Ahrari is a former professor at the US Air War College the National Defense University and the Asia-Pacic Center for Security Studies. 2 2 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S E C U R I T Y S T U D I E S P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E The Islamic Challenge and the United States Global Security in an Age of Uncertainty ehsan m. ahrari Examining the sources and prospects of the dominant conict of our era the confrontation between Islam and the United States. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S February 2017 978-0-7735-4816-9 37.95T CDN 34.95T US 26.99 cloth 6 x 9 384pp Ebook available In the weeks following the 911 attacks the main- stream political elite in Washington dc acqui- esced to every major decision taken by George W. Bushs administration while partisan politics in Congress ceased. As a nation and its represen- tatives rallied around their leader the diversity of opinions and the role of political opposition seemed suddenly less vital. A similar unity materi- alized in the aftermath of the attacks on Charlie Hebdo in January 2015 as millions marched across Paris and the Marseillaise resonated throughout France. Emphasizing Frances distinctive struggle against terrorism between 1980 and 2016 Bullets Bombs and Politicians presents a compar- ative analysis of how political elites react to ter- rorist attacks in ve western democratic states. Demonstrating that the magnitude and frequency of terrorist acts determines whether political elites rally around the ag or rail against the govern- ment Christophe Chowanietz formulates hypothe- ses on the likely impact of various patterns of terrorist actions. He rst tests these hypotheses quantitatively in relation to an existing database of incidents and then qualitatively in the effects that terrorist attacks have had in France. Shedding light on the difference in reactions between main- stream radical right-wing and left-wing parties Chowanietz argues that terrorism never fails to disrupt the political game. In an age when the news is dominated by terrorist threats and debates on what to do about them Bombs Bullets and Politicians offers a per- tinent analysis of the relationship between terror- ism and the conduct of the Wests party politics. Christophe Chowanietz is professor of political science at John Abbott College. 2 3 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E S E C U R I T Y S T U D I E S Bombs Bullets and Politicians Frances Response to Terrorism christophe chowanietz An in-depth and comparative inquiry into the reactions of political elites in the aftermath of terrorist attacks. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S December 2016 978-0-7735-4795-7 32.95T CDN 29.95T US 22.99 cloth 6 x 9 216pp Ebook available As media industries undergo rapid change the conditions of media work are shifting just as quickly with an explosion in the number of jour- nalists working as freelancers. Although commen- tary frequently lauds freelancers as ideal workers for the information age adaptable multi-skilled and entrepreneurial Nicole Cohen argues that freelance media work is increasingly precarious marked by declining incomes loss of control over ones work intense workloads long hours and limited access to labour and social protections. Writers Rights provides context for freelancers struggles and identies the points of contention between journalists and big business. Through in- terviews and a survey of freelancers Cohen high- lights the paradoxes of freelancing which can be simultaneously precarious and satisfying risky and rewarding. She documents the transformation of freelancing from a way for journalists to resist salaried labour in pursuit of autonomy into a strategy for media rms to intensify exploitation of freelance writers labour power and presents case studies of freelancers efforts to collectively transform their conditions. A groundbreaking and timely intervention into debates about the future of journalism organizing precariously employed workers and the transfor- mation of media work in the digital age Writers Rights makes clear what is at stake for journal- isms democratic role when the costs and risks of its production are ofoaded onto individuals. Nicole S. Cohen is an assistant professor in the Institute of Communication Culture Information and Technology at the University of Toronto Mississauga. 2 4 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 C O M M U N I C AT I O N S T U D I E S L A B O U R S T U D I E S Writers Rights Freelance Journalism in a Digital Age nicole s. cohen A timely study of freelance journalistsworking conditions and what is at stake for the future of journalism in precarious times. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2016 978-0-7735-4796-4 34.95T CDN 34.95T US 26.99 cloth 6 x 9 328pp Ebook available Approximately 8000 Canadian civilians were imprisoned during the First World War because of their ethnic ties to Germany Austria-Hungary and other enemy nations. Although not as well- known as the later internments of Japanese Canadians during the Second World War these incarcerations played a crucial role in shaping debates about Canadian citizenship diversity and loyalty. Tracing the evolution and consequences of Canadian government policy towards immigrants of enemy nationality No Free Man is a nuanced work that acknowledges both the challenges faced by the Government of Canada as well as the expe- riences of internees and their families. Bohdan Kordan gives particular attention to the ways in which the political and legal status of enemy subjects congured the policy and practice of internment and how this process magnied by the challenges of the war affected the broader concerns of public order and national security. Placing the issue of internment within the wider context of community and belonging Kordan further delves into the ways in which wartime turbulence and anxieties moulded public attitudes towards the treatment of enemy aliens. He con- cludes that Canadas leadership failed to protect immigrants of enemy origin during a period of intense suspicion conict and crisis. Framed by questions about government rights responsibilities and obligations and based on ex- tensive archival research No Free Man provides a systematic and thoughtful account of Canadian government policy towards enemy aliens during the First World War. Bohdan S. Kordan is professor of political studies and director of the Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage at St Thomas More College University of Saskatchewan and author of Enemy Aliens Prisoners of War Internment in Canada during the Great War. 2 5 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y No Free Man Canada the Great War and the Enemy Alien Experience bohdan s. kordan An exploration of theenemy alienexperience in Canada during the Great War. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Studies in Ethnic History September 2016 978-0-7735-4778-0 39.95T CDN 39.95A US 30.99 cloth 6 x 9 416pp 24 photos Ebook available Two centuries after Carl von Clausewitz wrote On War it lines the shelves of military colleges around the world and even showed up in an Al Qaeda hideout. Though it has shaped much of the common parlance on the subject On War is per- ceived by many as a metaphysical fog widely known but hardly read. In War as Paradox Youri Cormier lifts the fog on this iconic work by explaining its philosophical underpinnings. Building up a genealogy of dialectical war theory and integrating Hegel as a co-founder with Clausewitz of the method Cormier uncovers a common logic that shaped the ghting doctrines and ethics of modern war. He explains how Hegel and Clausewitz converged on method but nonetheless arrived at opposite ethics and military doctrines. Ultimately Cormier seeks out the limits to dialectical war theory and explores the greater paradoxes the method reveals can so-called rational theories of war hold up under the pressures of irrational propositions such as lone- wolf attacks the circular logic of a war to end all wars or the apparent folly of mutually assured destruction Since the Second World War commentators have described war as obsolete. War as Paradox argues that dialectical war theory may be the key to understanding why despite this it continues. Youri Cormier is a lecturer and assistant professor at the Royal Military Colleges of Canada. 2 6 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 M I L I TA R Y S T U D I E S P H I L O S O P H Y War as Paradox Clausewitz and Hegel on Fighting Doctrines and Ethics youri cormier The origin and continued importance of dialectical war theory in the works of Clausewitz and Hegel. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Studies in the History of Ideas November 2016 978-0-7735-4769-8 32.95A CDN 29.95A US 22.99 paper 978-0-7735-4768-1 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 84.00 cloth 6 x 9 376pp 1 table Ebook available New manuscripts directly related to Canadas history rarely come to light. The Labrador Companion written in 1810 by Captain George Cartwright 17391819 and discovered in 2013 is a fascinating and unusual nd because of its level of detail its setting in a hardly studied part of Britains fur-trade empire and because it is a personal account rather than a trade outt ledger or government document. This annotated edition transcribes The Labrador Companion in full. Cartwright documented the everyday work of Labradors particular kind of fur-trade life based on his experiences operating a series of merchant stations in southern Labrador between 1770 and 1786. Although his focus is rmly on instruction in the manifold ways of capturing animals he also provides rare glimpses of Innu and Inuit life as well as of housekeeping and gardening. The Labrador Companion includes a lengthy description of Labradors fauna of land sea and air that counts among Canadas earliest natural history writing based on rst-hand observation. A revealing account of fur-trade-era technology methods and materials conveyed through one mans acquired knowledge and skills The Labrador Companion gives a close-to-the-ground picture of the resource industries that were at the heart of British and French colonial presence in the Canadian northeast. Marianne P. Stopp is a historian at Parks Canada and editor of The New Labrador Papers of Captain George Cartwright. Byrne Chaffey Fahey Fizzard Fudge Grouchy Hynes Inkpen Lyver McLaughlin Miles Murphy Puddester Quirk the names themselves are evocative of Newfoundland. Family Names of the Island of Newfoundland traces the origins of almost 3000 surnames found on the island and provides an engaging and comprehensive collection of etymology genealogy and Newfoundland history. The introduction presents a fascinating discussion of the history and lin- guistic origins of surnames found in Newfoundland which come from many different cultures notably English Welsh Irish Scottish French Syrian Lebanese and Mikmaq. The main body of the book comprises a dictionary of surnames in the province based on data collected from provincial voting lists family records government documents and newspaper reports dating back to the seventeenth century. Each entry includes variant spellings and cross-references of the surname the countries in which the name originated and its meaning. Newfoundland place names associated with the surname are also given. The book also includes a ranking of the most common surnames in Newfoundland and a comparative analysis of the frequency of surnames in Scotland Ireland England and Newfoundland. Originally published in 1977 Family Names of the Island of Newfound- land is a unique reference work giving Newfoundlanders both in the province and away a fascinating look at their roots. E.R. Seary 19081984 was professor and head of the English department at Memorial University 195470. William Kirwin is professor emeritus of English at Memorial University of Newfoundland. 2 7 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2016 978-0-7735-4806-0 37.95A CDN 37.95A US 28.99 paper 978-0-7735-4805-3 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 84.00 cloth 6 x 9 416pp 55 photos Ebook available S P E C I F I C AT I O N S July 2016 978-0-7735-1782-0 75.00T CDN 75.00A US 58.00 cloth 8.5 x 11 632pp Ebook available George Cartwrights The Labrador Companion edited by marianne p. stopp A newly discovered manuscript that expands our knowledge of the eastern coast of Canadas Labrador peninsula. ava i l a b l e a g a i n Family Names of the Island of Newfoundland Corrected Edition e.r. seary edited by william kirwin Nothing less than a catalogue of Newfoundlanders as a distinct and unique tribe It should sell like hot cakes. Ray Guy Newfoundland author C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y B I O G R A P H Y C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y Nineteenth-century Newfoundland was an archetypal borderland a space where changes in the authority of imperial national and indigenous territorial claims shaped the opportunities and identities of a socially di- verse population. Conflicted Colony elucidates processes of state forma- tion in Newfoundland through a reassessment of key moments in the countrys history. Kurt Korneski closely examines ve conicts from the late nineteenth century the Fortune Bay Dispute of 1878 the St Georges Bay Dispute of 188992 the 1890s Lobster Controversy the Battle of Foxtrap and disputes over salmon grounds in Hamilton Inlet Labrador to explain how local regimes received challenged and reworked formal and informal diplomatic and commercial arrangements as well as policies set out by the colonial and imperial government. The chapters examine antagonisms and divisions that grew out of clashes between the distinct commercial and social identities of regions in the borderlands and the sensibilities of merchants politicians and working people on the Avalon Peninsula. Providing new insight into the social history of Newfoundland and Labrador these disputes illuminate contending perspectives driven by informal systems of governance political movements and local economic social demographic and ecological circumstances. Conicted Colony broadens deepens and claries our understanding of how Newfoundland became an integrated Dominion in the British Empire. Kurt Korneski is associate professor of history at Memorial University of Newfoundland. With growing concerns about the security cost and ecological consequences of energy use people around the world are becoming more conscious of the systems that meet their daily needs for food heat cooling light transporta- tion communication waste disposal medicine and goods. Powering Up Canada is the rst book to examine in detail how various sources of power fuel and energy have sustained Canadians over time and played a pivotal role in their history. Powering Up Canada investigates the ways that the production process- ing transportation use and waste issues of various forms of energy changed over time transforming almost every aspect of society in the process. Chap- ters in the books rst part explore the energies of the organic regime food animal muscle water wind and rewood while those in the second part focus on the coal oil gas hydroelectricity and nuclear power that dene the mineral regime. Contributors identify both continuities and disparities in Canadas changing energy landscape in this rst full overview of the countrys distinctive energy history. Reaching across disciplinary boundaries these essays not only demonstrate why and how energy serves as a lens through which to better understand the countrys history but also provide ways of thinking about some of its most pressing contemporary concerns. Engaging Canadians in an urgent international discussion on the social and environmental history of energy production and use and its profound impact on human society Powering Up Canada details the nature and signicance of energy in the past present and future. R.W. Sandwell is associate professor in the Department of Curriculum Teaching and Learning at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. 2 8 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2016 978-0-7735-4780-3 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 26.99 paper 978-0-7735-4779-7 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 77.00 cloth 6 x 9 248pp 2 maps Ebook available Conicted Colony Critical Episodes in the History of Newfoundland and Labrador kurt korneski A study of borderlands and state formation in nineteenth-century Newfoundland. 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 Rural Wildland and Resource Studies Series September 2016 978-0-7735-4786-5 37.95A CDN 37.95A US 28.99 paper 978-0-7735-4785-8 120.00S CDN 120.00S US 92.00 cloth 6 x 9 536pp 7 maps 20 diagrams 19 tables colour section Ebook available Powering Up Canada The History of Power Fuel and Energy from 1600 edited by r.w. sandwell A comprehensive history of energy sources from wood to nuclear and their role in shaping Canadian society. C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y E N V I R O N M E N TA L S T U D I E S Early in the Great Depression English and French business leaders in Mon- treal presided over the reorganization and rationalization of Catholic chari- ties in their communities with the blessing but not the active participation of the Church. Thus started a decades-long transition from religious charity to public welfare from largely volunteer work to professional social work from charity provided by alms to private assistance nanced by centralized large-scale campaigns. Focusing on the Fdration des uvres de charit canadiennes-franaises and the Federation of Catholic Charities Amlie Bourbeau analyzes organi- zational records newspapers government reports and personal papers to provide new insights into the history of Catholic charities in Montreal. Far from experiencing a linear development Bourbeau argues both francophone and anglophone federations were sites of experimentation and innovation but also conict between volunteers and professionals laypeople and clergy traditional charity and modern assistance and sometimes between the communities and the federations themselves as they evolved towards their current afliation with state-run social work. From the Great Depression through to the Quiet Revolution citizenship the role of the state and the meanings of religion and language were all subjects of dramatic debate and change in Quebec. By looking closely at the history of social assistance Techniciens de lorganisation sociale provides a new vantage point from which to understand these transformations. Amlie Bourbeau is adjunct professor of history at Universit de Sherbrooke. Nutrition advice is ubiquitous. So many experts give their opinion on which foods to favour and which to avoid that the question of diet has now become a matter of obsession. While alerting the public to the dangers of obesity diabetes and other potential issues that await undisciplined eaters health professionals and government agencies also identify those responsible for these modern epidemics it is often individuals and usually mothers who make poor choices. In Nourrir la machine humaine Caroline Durand traces the origins of this rhetoric and shows how nutrition has contributed to the modernization of Quebec in a period marked by industrialization urbanization two world wars and a major economic crash. She analyzes the writings and images disseminated by physicians nurses nutritionists nuns teachers and civil servants and shows how the rational diet they promulgated made women children farmers and workers responsible for their own health while enjoin- ing them to view their body as a machine of production in service to the state and the market. She also discusses the evolution of Quebec dietary habits and reveals that despite the nutritional directives in place the population maintained its preferences and mostly adopted the foods that it judged affordable and desirable. Nourrir la machine humaine questions the pertinence of nutritional advice within Quebec society and proposes explanations of its ideological and scientic roots its effectiveness and the resistance it engenders. Caroline Durand is assistant professor of history and Canadian studies at Trent University. 2 9 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Studies on the History of Quebectudes dhistoire du Qubec August 2016 978-0-7735-4568-7 37.95A CDN 37.95A US 28.99 paper 6 x 9 312pp 8 gures 3 tables Ebook available S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Studies on the History of Quebectudes dhistoire du Qubec August 2016 978-0-7735-4489-5 37.95A CDN 37.95A US 28.99 paper 6 x 9 320pp 12 illustrations 6 tables Ebook available n e w i n pa p e r Techniciens de lorganisation sociale La rorganisation de lassistance catholique prive Montral 19301974 amlie bourbeau How experts businessmen and volunteers reorganized Catholic charities in twentieth- century Quebec. C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y F O O D S T U D I E SC A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y P O L I T I C A L H I S T O R Y n e w i n pa p e r Nourrir la machine humaine Nutrition et alimentation au Qubec 18601945 caroline durand A study of foodways and food advice in a modernizing Quebec. Catherine Marshall was a vital gure in the womens suffrage movement in Britain before the First World War. Using her remarkable political skills on behalf of the major non-militant organization the National Union of Womens Suffrage Societies nuwss she built close connections with major suffragist politicians leading some in all three parties to consider adopting a measure of womens enfranchisement as a party plank. By 1913 Marshall was uniquely placed as a lobbyist with inside informa- tion and sympathetic listeners in every party. Through her the dynamically re-organized nuwss brought the womens suffrage issue to the fore of public awareness. It pushed the Labour Party to adopt a strong stand on womens suffrage and raised working-class consciousness re-awakening a long-dormant demand for full adult enfranchisement. Had the general election due in 1915 taken place nuwss nancial and organizational support for the Labour Party might well have been substantial enough to inuence the nal results. These impressive achievements were forgotten by the time Catherine Marshall died in 1961. Jo Vellacotts revealing account of Marshalls politi- cal work also includes vivid descriptions of a liberal Victorian childhood a strangely purposeless young adulthood and the heady experiences of women who through the awakening of political consciousness forged a lifestyle to t their new aspirations. Jo Vellacott is an honorary fellow at the Simone de Beauvoir Institute Concordia University. After the Second World War progressives and traditionalists waged a quieter battle over schools. In Between Education and Catastrophe George Buri connects the educational debates of the 1950s to the broader Canadian postwar political conversation about the social welfare state and Keynesian versus laissez-faire models of liberalism. Working skilfully with primary sources contemporary publications and a rich array of secondary sources Buri examines debates over curricula the purpose of high school teacher training rural schools and standardized testing in Manitoba. The progressives who advocated for a new liberal- ism characterized by government intervention and the social welfare state sought to create a system of public schooling that would both equip students to succeed and enlarge their political vision by encouraging compromise and democratic decision making. They promoted more practical subjects child-centred classrooms and the use of psychological expertise to promote life adjustment. Meanwhile self-styled traditionalists such as Hilda Neatby thought progressive education undermined the individual competition and achievement at the root of a laissez-faire economy calling for a return to the basics an elimination of frill subjects and a more academic focus for the public education system. A frank consideration of conict power and inuence within school systems Between Education and Catastrophe brings to light compelling social cultural and philosophical themes within the history of education in Manitoba. George Buri is a sessional instructor in the Department of History at the University of Manitoba. 3 0 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S December 2016 978-0-7735-4827-5 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 77.00 cloth 6 x 9 296pp Ebook available S P E C I F I C AT I O N S July 2016 978-0-7735-4802-2 39.95A CDN 39.95A US paper 6 x 9 544pp World rights except UK Eire and Europe Ebook available n e w i n pa p e r From Liberal to Labour with Womens Suffrage Second Edition The Story of Catherine Marshall jo vellacott With a new preface by the author Vellacotts illuminating story tells of the life and work of a woman who made an important contri- bution to suffrage and later to peace activism and contains outstanding research on an impor- tant topic. Deborah Gorham Carleton University C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y E D U C AT I O NH I S T O R Y W O M E N S S T U D I E S Between Education and Catastrophe The Battle over Public Schooling in Postwar Manitoba george buri A detailed account of the educational debate that raged between progressives and traditionalists in postwar Manitoba. In todays pluralist and multicultural society questions about how to teach religiously and ethnically diverse students in Catholic schools abound. A Catholic Philosophy of Education addresses these challenges by examining the documents from the Roman Congregation for Catholic Education along- side the writings of Jacques Maritain and Bernard Lonergan. Mario DSouza proposes a contemporary formulation for a Catholic philosophy of education in which the ideals of Catholicism form the basis for the mission of the Catholic school. Drawing on the Churchs educational documents and informed by Maritain and Lonergan DSouza explains how the unifying anthropology of Catholic education enables Catholic schools to serve amidst diversity by avoiding the extremes of religious exclusivism and fundamentalism on the one hand and relativism and individualism on the other. He explores the aims of Catholic schools in relation to students teachers and society and the relationship between goodness discipline and knowledge. He argues that students must be educated for personal and communal freedom and authenticity and to strive for the common good suggesting how a Catholic philosophy of education can provide the frame- work for such personal and communal transformation. Essential reading for new and experienced Catholic educators A Catholic Philosophy of Education demonstrates that Maritain and Lonergan have much to offer in service of an education that is liberating instructive illumi- nating and integrative. Mario O. DSouza is a member of the Congregation of St Basil and Basilian Fathers Chair in Religion and Education in the Faculty of Theology at Uni- versity of St Michaels College University of Toronto. Hundreds of thousands of African Canadian children demand and deserve quality education that promotes success both within and outside of school. Recognizing that the education these young people receive will shape their lives as citizens the contributors to this volume provide an important timely analysis of the educational experiences of African Canadian children and youth. With contributions from leading and emerging Canadian scholars The Education of African Canadian Children critically responds to and com- ments on the historical cultural institutional and informational contexts and problems. In discussing the learning lives of these children the authors offer a comprehensive history of African Canadians encounters with the education system the current challenges they are facing and opportunities for more inclusive and democratic educational practices that will better serve this population. Advocating for cultural redemption and learning success for a population that is not being served well by Canadian public education systems this book will benet teachers students government program managers policy makers and educational researchers. The rst multi-author work of its kind The Education of African Canadian Children opens new debates and possibilities for change for those concerned with education in their communities and their country. Awad Ibrahim is professor of education at the University of Ottawa. Ali A. Abdi is professor of education at the University of British Columbia. 3 1 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2016 978-0-7735-4808-4 32.95A CDN 32.95A US 24.99 paper 978-0-7735-4807-7 100.00S CDN 100.00S US 77.00 cloth 6 x 9 264pp Ebook available S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2016 978-0-7735-4772-8 34.95A CDN 32.95A US 24.99 paper 978-0-7735-4771-1 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 84.00 cloth 6 x 9 296pp Ebook available A Catholic Philosophy of Education The Church and Two Philosophers mario o. dsouza Exploring a Catholic philosophy of education in the modern world. The Education of African Canadian Children Critical Perspectives edited by awad ibrahim and ali a. abdi A crucial study of the education of African Canadian children as it reects their citizenship and lives in their chosen country. E D U C AT I O N P H I L O S O P H Y E D U C AT I O N B L A C K S T U D I E S In the coming decades the bulk of Africas anticipated urban population growth will take place in smaller cities. Failure to manage environmental and public health problems in one such aspiring city Edendale has fostered severe pollution seemingly intractable poverty and gender inequalities that directly fuel one of the worst hivaids pandemics in the world. A nuanced and timely presentation of South African responses to chang- ing times conditions opportunities and state interventions Welcome to Greater Edendale reconstructs nearly two centuries of contestation over land governance human rights identity housing sanitation public health and the meaning of development. Bringing gender and health issues to the foreground Marc Epprecht reveals many unexpected or forgotten triumphs against environmental injustice but also unsettling continuities between colonial apartheid and post-apartheid policies to spur economic growth. Sheltered from the glare of national media and often overlooked by scholars smaller cities like Edendale attract political patronage corruption and violent protests while rapid climate change promises to further strain their infrastructure social services and public health. A challenging innovative and thoughtful examination of the history and politics of South Africa Welcome to Greater Edendale questions the common assumptions embedded in environmental policy gender relations democracy and the neoliberal model of development in which so many African cities are ensnared. Marc Epprecht is professor in the Department of Global Development Studies at Queens University and author of Hungochani The History of a Dissident Sexuality in Southern Africa. Russias annexation of Crimea and involvement in the conict in eastern Ukraine has in many respects set back postCold War improved relations between Russia the United States and Europe. The continued war in Syria threatens the security and stability of many countries in the Middle East and attacks by isis and other terrorist organizations are causing increased fear and instability in Iraq and in neighbouring countries. In many areas negotiations on disarmament and arms control are at a standstill. In Disarmament under International Law John Kierulf examines and discusses how disarmament arms control and non-proliferation of both conventional weapons and weapons of mass destruction are regulated in existing treaties and conventions. From his perspective as a former disarma- ment negotiator Kierulf explains the United Nations disarmament machin- ery and procedures and describes the UNs essential role in promoting disarmament. Underlining the continued and serious threat posed by nuclear weapons Kierulf appeals for increased and effective international efforts to reduce their number and ultimately eliminate them. Presenting information and analysis on a comprehensive range of issues Disarmament under International Law is an essential guide for anyone inter- ested in gaining knowledge about the current state of international security. John Kierulf is a retired diplomat with Denmarks Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 3 2 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S January 2017 978-0-7735-4823-7 34.95A CDN 32.95A US paper 978-0-7735-4822-0 110.00S CDN 110.00S US cloth 6 x 9 304pp World rights except UK Eire and Europe Ebook available I N T E R N AT I O N A L L A WU R B A N H I S T O R Y A F R I C A N S T U D I E S Welcome to Greater Edendale Histories of Environment Health and Gender in an African City marc epprecht A mid-sized South African citys struggle against its legacies of environmental injustice. Disarmament under International Law john kierulf An introduction to the regulation of both conven- tional weapons and weapons of mass destruction in international disarmament law. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Studies in Urban Governance November 2016 978-0-7735-4774-2 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 26.99 paper 978-0-7735-4773-5 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 84.00 cloth 6 x 9 336pp 23 photos 4 maps Ebook available War Memories explores the patchwork formed by collective memory public remembrance private recollection and the ways in which they form a com- plex composition of observations initiatives and experiences. Offering an international perspective on war commemoration contribu- tors consider the process of assembling historical facts and subjective experi- ences to show how these points of view diverge according to various social cultural political and historical perspectives. Encompassing the representa- tions of wars in the English-speaking world over the last hundred years this collection presents an extensive yet integrated reection on various types of commemoration and interpretations of events. Essays respond to common questions regarding war memory how and why do we remember war What does commemoration tell us about the actors in wars How does commemoration reect contemporary societys culture of war War Memories disseminates current knowledge on the performance interpretation and rewriting of facts and events during and after wars while focusing on how patriotic fervour resistance conscientious objection injury trauma and propaganda contribute to the shaping of individual and collective memory. Stphanie A.H. Blanger is associate professor at the Royal Military College of Canada and co-editor of Military Operations and the Mind War Ethics and Soldiers Well-Being. Rene Dickason is professor of British cultural and media history at Rennes 2 University. Joe Clark statesman businessman writer and politician served as the sixteenth prime minister of Canada from 4 June 1979 to 3 March 1980. Despite his relative inexperience Clark rose quickly in federal politics gain- ing a seat in the House of Commons in the 1972 election and winning the leadership of the Progressive Conservative Party only four years later. This volume collects a number of signicant speeches from Joe Clarks illustrious career in Parliament. It captures over forty years of his public service from when he was a rookie member of Parliament to his time as the prime minister a cabinet minister and the senior statesman of the House of Commons. His speeches are arranged in thematic areas such as parliamen- tary accountability foreign affairs constitutional debates and the economy. Insightful and wide-ranging A Man of Parliament demonstrates that Joe Clarks inuence on Parliament continues to shape contemporary policy debates. Jonathan Rose is associate professor of political studies at Queens University. Hugh Mellon 19562014 was associate professor of political science at the University of Western Ontario. 3 3 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S February 2017 978-0-7735-4794-0 37.95A CDN 37.95A US 28.99 paper 978-0-7735-4793-3 125.00S CDN 125.00S US 96.00 cloth 6 x 9 576pp 6 photos Ebook available M I L I TA R Y S T U D I E S P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E War Memories Commemoration Recollections and Writings on War edited by stphanie a.h. blanger and rene dickason Shaping individual and collective war memories through the art of commemoration. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Queens Policy Studies Series School of Policy Studies September 2016 978-1-55339-516-4 39.95A CDN 39.95A US 30.99 paper 6 x 9 256pp Ebook available A Man of Parliament Selected Speeches from Joe Clark edited by jonathan rose and hugh mellon An anthology of poignant and important speeches from Canadas sixteenth prime minister. P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E P O L I C Y S T U D I E S S P E C I F I C AT I O N S December 2016 978-0-7735-4798-8 32.95A CDN 32.95A US 24.99 paper 978-0-7735-4797-1 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 84.00 cloth 6 x 9 264pp 16 tables 4 diagrams Ebook available Network Democracy uses the contemporary tools of ecology and network thinking to unearth the ancient intellectual ruins of traditional conservative thought. Questioning the Wests veneration of freedom equality contractual citi- zenship economic progress cosmopolitanism secular institutionalism and reason Jared Giesbrecht illuminates how these ideals fuel violence and inse- curity in our high-speed lives. While the modern age witnesses the rise of a violent conservatism in the form of revolutionary movements enacting terror and vengeance for the interventions of the liberal West this study reveals a different kind of conservatism one that has emerged in direct conversation with liberal thought. Giesbrecht highlights the need for intermediate institu- tions and civil enterprises that form relations and traditions independent of the state in order to develop resistance to the insecurity of the liberal age. This book offers not only a poignant critique but a constructive and peaceable alternative to the violence of both liberalism and reactionary anti-liberalism. Attuned to the new realities of globalization advanced technology and social acceleration Network Democracy is a masterful hybrid of ancient and cutting-edge political philosophy that casts a new light on the values underly- ing western civilization. Jared Giesbrecht practises law in Fort Saint John British Columbia. While primary elections are most often associated with presidential candi- dates in the United States similar methods for selecting party leaders and candidates are becoming increasingly common in parliamentary democracies around the world. The Promise and Challenge of Party Primary Elections introduces the rst comprehensive examination of both the concept and the practice of primary elections outside of the United States. By offering a clear denition of primary elections and examples of their types the authors deliver the tools needed for comparative analysis within and across diverse party systems. Focusing their attention on Canada and Israel two early adopters of primary elections the authors unveil the most pressing challenges of conducting internal elections including questions of nancing monitoring and oversight and the recruitment of new party members. At the same time the book highlights the democratic benets of primaries through direct and widespread participation in internal party decision making. Drawing upon the experience of parties with a long history of primary elections The Promise and Challenge of Party Primary Elections offers valuable lessons and insights for parties around the world in search of more open and inclusive democratic practices. William P. Cross is professor of political science at Carleton University. Ofer Kenig is senior lecturer at Ashkelon Academic College. Scott Pruysers is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Political Science at Carleton University. Gideon Rahat is associate professor of political science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 3 4 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Studies in the History of Ideas January 2017 978-0-7735-4821-3 100.00S 100.00S US 77.00 cloth 6 x 9 344pp Ebook available P H I L O S O P H Y P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E Network Democracy Conservative Politics and the Violence of the Liberal Age jared giesbrecht A unique hybrid of ancient and contemporary conservative thought that offers a radical challenge to Western liberalism. P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E The Promise and Challenge of Party Primary Elections A Comparative Perspective william p. cross ofer kenig scott pruysers and gideon rahat A groundbreaking study of the typologies pathologies and promise of political party primary elections. Social housing public non-prot or co-operative was once a part of Canadas urban success story. After years of neglect and many calls for affordable homes and solutions to homelessness housing is once again an important issue. In Still Renovating Greg Suttor tells the story of the rise and fall of Canadian social housing policy. Focusing on the main turning points through the past seven decades and the forces that shaped policy this volume makes new use of archival sources and interviews pays particular attention to institutional momentum and de- scribes key housing programs. The analysis looks at political change social policy trends housing market conditions and game-changing decisions that altered the approaches of Canadian governments their provincial partners and the local agencies they supported. Reinterpreting accounts written in the social housing heyday Suttor argues that the 1970s shift from low-income public housing to community-based non-prots and co-ops was not the most signicant change highlighting instead the tenfold expansion of activity in the 1960s and the collapse of social housing as a policy priority in the 1990s. As housing and neighbourhood issues continue to are up in municipal provincial and national politics Still Renovating is a valuable resource on Canadas distinctive legacy in affordable housing. Greg Suttor is a housing researcher at the Wellesley Institute in Toronto. Provoking urgent questions about the politics of health in the twenty-rst century this collection interrogates how neoliberal approaches to governance frame health and risk in ways that promote individual responsibility and the implications of such framings for the well-being of the collective. The essays examine a range of important issues including childhood obesity genetic testing hpv vaccination Aboriginal health pandemic preparedness envi- ronmental health disability policy aging contingent work and womens access to social services. With specic attention to the Canadian context contributors reveal how neoliberal practices and policies shape the health experiences of individuals disadvantaged groups and communities by cultivating self-discipline while further exposing to harm the lives and bodies of those already marginalized in consumer society. Building on the theoretical conceptualizations of power and government of French philosopher Michel Foucault the case studies extend our understanding of the effects of neoliberal practices and policies in relation to social class gender racialized identity colonization and ability and pro- vide insight into how health-related discourse creates new requirements for citizenship and forms of social stratication. A timely intervention in the eld of health studies Neoliberal Governance and Health establishes the need for critical interdisciplinary scholarship to counter the individualizing and marginalizing tendencies of health-related policy practice and research. Jessica Polzer is associate professor in the Department of Womens Studies and Feminist Research and the School of Health Studies at the University of Western Ontario. Elaine Power is associate professor in the School of Kinesi- ology and Health Studies at Queens University. 3 5 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S McGill-Queens Studies in Urban Governance November 2016 978-0-7735-4815-2 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 26.99 paper 978-0-7735-4814-5 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 84.00 cloth 6 x 9 320pp 14 diagrams Ebook available P U B L I C P O L I C Y U R B A N S T U D I E S Still Renovating A History of Canadian Social Housing Policy greg suttor A necessary look at how public non-prot and co-operative housing ourished and faded. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S September 2016 978-0-7735-4783-4 34.95A CDN 34.95A US 26.99 paper 978-0-7735-4782-7 110.00S CDN 110.00S US 84.00 cloth 6 x 9 360pp Ebook available Neoliberal Governance and Health Duties Risks and Vulnerabilities edited by jessica polzer and elaine power A critical dissection of the politics of health in neoliberal society. S O C I O L O G Y H E A LT H S T U D I E S S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Culture of Cities Series December 2016 978-0-7735-4789-6 34.95A 34.95A 26.99 paper 978-0-7735-4788-9 110.00S 110.00S 84.00 cloth 6 x 9 320pp 18 photos Ebook available Before screens could be stared at listeners lent their ears to radio and Cana- dian listeners were as avid as any. In Canada before Television Len Kuffert takes us back to the earliest days of broadcasting paying particular attention to how programs were imagined and made loved and hated regulated and tolerated. At a time when democracy stood out as a foundational value in the West Canadas private stations and the cbc often had conicting ideas about what should or could be broadcast. While historians have documented the nation- alist and culturally aspirational motives of some broadcasters the story behind the production of programs for both broad and specialized audiences has not been as effectively told. By interweaving archival evidence with insights drawn from secondary literature Canada before Television offers perspectives on radios intimate power the promise and challenge of US programming and British inuences the regulation of taste on the air shift- ing and varied musical appetites and the difculties of knowing what listeners wanted. While this mixed system divided Canadians then and now the presence of more than one vision for the emerging medium made the early years of broadcasting in Canada more culturally democratic for listeners who stood a better chance of getting both what they already liked and what they might come to like. Canada before Television offers an insightful look at the place of radio and debates about programming in the development of a cultural democracy. Len Kuffert is associate professor of history at the University of Manitoba. Speaking Memory evokes the complex language-scapes that form at the crossroads of culture and history in cities. While engaging with current debates on the nature and role of translation in globalized urban landscapes the contributors offer a series of detailed and nuanced readings of transla- tional cities their histories their construction and transformation in memory and the artistic projects that tell their stories. The three sections of the book highlight historical case studies conceptual issues and text-based analyses of city scripts in particular as they relate to creative literary practices and language interventions on the surface of the city itself. In this volume translation points to the dissonance of city life but also to the possibility of a generalized public discourse a space vital to urban citizenship where the convergence of languages can be the source of new conversations. Essays cover a variety of topics and approaches bringing new voices and insights to discussions on multilingualism and translation in the urban contexts of cities including Dublin Montevideo Montreal Prague and Vilnius. Dening cities as elds of translational forces where languages are both in conversation and in tension translation in Speaking Memory is stretched be- yond its usual connes encompassing literary artistic and cultural practices that permeate everyday contemporary life. Sherry Simon is professor in the French Department at Concordia University and the author of Translating Montreal Episodes in the Life of a Divided City. 3 6 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S November 2016 978-0-7735-4810-7 34.95A 34.95A 26.99 paper 978-0-7735-4809-1 110.00S 110.00S 84.00 cloth 6 x 9 352pp Ebook available C U LT U R A L S T U D I E S H I S T O R Y Canada before Television Radio Taste and the Struggle for Cultural Democracy len kuffert A look at radios early history and the development of cultural democracy in Canada. Speaking Memory How Translation Shapes City Life edited by sherry simon An innovative account of urban memory as a conversation across languages. C U LT U R A L S T U D I E S L I T E R A R Y C R I T I C I S M Sean OFaolain 19001991 was Irelands leading social and political critic in the period following the countrys independence from the United King- dom. Since his death scholarly opinion has alternately cast him as an arch- revisionist a liberal nationalist and a frustrated republican. The Selected Essays of Sean OFaolain reassesses his reputation by showing that he wrote in the tradition of post-Enlightenment European intellectuals and that while he was a signicant gure in Ireland his work extends beyond immediate national concerns. This volume includes over fty unabridged essays by OFaolain on a wide range of subjects from canonical writers to architecture from religious scandals to economics from nationalism to internationalism from long-dead historical gures to recent controversies. OFaolains fearlessness in taking on the major political cultural and religious gures of his day his masterly use of rhetoric and his intellectual acuity have contributed to his works being quoted often by scholars working across several disciplines. Many of these essays appear here in print for the rst time since they were published in the foremost periodicals of their day. An extensive introduction and helpful annotations contextualize and explain them for a new audience. In his re-readings of history and challenges to dominant historiographical trends OFaolain has become a pariah to some and a hero to others. The Selected Essays of Sean OFaolain bridges some of these competing visions presenting a more complex gure through his varied corpus of writing. Brad Kent is associate professor of British and Irish literatures at Universit Laval. It is unlikely that Jacques Lacan and Alice Munro were ever aware of each others work. Yet because of Munros intuitive grasp of the complexities of human subjectivity and her ability to articulate subtleties and ambiguities her ction shares many of the insights of Lacans theoretical advancements of the same period. They are both concerned with bringing the obscure under- currents of the psyche to light. Jennifer Murrays Reading Alice Munro with Jacques Lacan brings the works of the writer and the psychoanalyst into dialogue offering innovative interpretations of a selection of Munros stories. Approached from a Lacan- ian perspective a close reading of Munros texts reveals the libidinal energy at the heart of the stories and offers particular insight into aspects such as shame and humiliation feelings that Munro presents with disconcerting acuity. Taking into account stories both of childhood and of adult experi- ences Murray analyses the childs bewilderment as she confronts the incom- prehensibility of parental injunctions and symbolic functions while stories about women later in life speak of subjectivity in the eld of relationships where desire and love are central concerns. Including extended reections on fantasy sublimation persistence of purpose transmission love and the roles of both paternal and maternal gures in Munros work Reading Alice Munro with Jacques Lacan also reshapes literary debate on feminine subjectivity and sexuality. Jennifer Murray is associate professor of North American literature at the University of Franche-Comt. 3 7 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S October 2016 978-0-7735-4777-3 37.95A 34.95T 26.99 paper 978-0-7735-4776-6 110.00S 110.00S 84.00 cloth 6 x 9 560pp Ebook available L I T E R A R Y C R I T I C I S M I R I S H S T U D I E S The Selected Essays of Sean OFaolain edited by brad kent The rst collection of essays by one of the most important public intellectuals in Ireland. 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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 and exchanging know-how as well as the use of foreign invest- ment 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 federal gov- ernment 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 vol- ume presents new empirical evidence and explores its pol- icy implications for trade negotiations foreign investment services regulation digital trade and innovation. By com- prehensively 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 International Business at hec Montral. Robert Wolfe is a professor at the School of Policy Studies at Queens University. A paradoxical prelate to many Archbishop James Morri- son was the spiritual head of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Antigonish Nova Scotia from 1912 to 1950. Tradi- tional frugal and aloof he was also the ecclesiastical leader of a progressive program of Catholic social action that became known as the Antigonish Movement. Elevated to bishop after a successful clerical career in Prince Edward Island Morrison guided Catholics in east- ern Nova Scotia through difcult periods of economic de- cline out-migration and war. He was unprepared for the challenges of twentieth-century Canadian society and ini- tially struggled to cope with a dwindling Maritime econ- omy labour unrest and rural depopulation. Determined to maintain the stature of his diocese Morrison cautiously supported the clergy reformers who wanted a program of adult education and economic reform. Peter Ludlow un- ravels the mystery of this gure to show that although Morrison was one of the last powerful and austere Cana- dian Roman Catholic prelates he was also one of the rst to recognize that the Church could offer its adherents more than spiritual guidance. A revisionist account of the foundation and application of the Antigonish Movement The Canny Scot illustrates the important role of the Catholic Church in Nova Scotia. Peter Ludlow is an independent scholar who has published widely on the history of religion in Atlantic Canada. Despite a long and rich tradition of oral history research few are aware of the innovative and groundbreaking work of oral historians in Canada. For this rst primer on the practices within the discipline the editors of The Canadian Oral History Reader have gathered some of the best con- tributions from a diverse eld. Essays survey and explore fundamental and often thorny aspects in oral history methodology interpretation preservation and presentation and advocacy. In plain lan- guage they explain how to conduct research with indige- nous communities navigate difcult relationships with informants and negotiate issues of copyright slander and libel. The authors ask how peoples memories and stories can be used as historical evidence and whether it is ethi- cal to use them at all. 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