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Mental Disorder: Anthropological Insights
By Nichola Khan
This brief book introduces the ways in which contemporary anthropology engages with the "psych" disciplines: psychology, psychiatry, and medicine.
The Saints in Old Norse and Early Modern Icelandic Poetry
By Kirsten Wolf and Natalie M. Van Deusen
The Saints in Old Norse and Early Modern Icelandic Poetry is a complimentary volume to The Legends of the Saints in Old Norse–Icelandic Prose. This volume focuses on Icelandic devotional poetry created during the early modern period.
Literary Celebrity in Canada
By Lorraine York
Literary Celebrity in Canada explores that space, drawing on current theories of celebrity and questioning their tendency to view fame as an empty phenomenon.
E.J. Pratt: Letters
Edited by Elizabeth Popham and David G. Pitt
This edition of E.J. Pratt’s letters is the final volume in the Collected Works series. The letters take us into his "workshop," illuminating the research behind his distinctive documentary long poems and the social nature of his creative production.
Regulating Creation: The Law, Ethics, and Policy of Assisted Human Reproduction
Edited by Trudo Lemmens, Andrew Flavelle Martin, Cheryl Mine, and Ian B. Lee
Regulating Creation is a collection of essays featuring contributions by Canadian and international scholars. It offers a variety of perspectives on the role of law in dealing with the legal, ethical, and policy issues surrounding changing reproductive technologies.
Celebrating Canada: Holidays, National Days, and the Crafting of Identities
Edited by Matthew Hayday and Raymond Blake
In Celebrating Canada, Matthew Hayday and Raymond Blake situate Canada in an international context as they examine the history and evolution of our national and provincial holidays and annual celebrations.
In Beyond the Welfare State, Sirvan Karimi utilizes a synthesis of Marxian class analysis and the power resources model to provide an analytical foundation for the divergent pattern of public pension systems in Canada and Australia.
Geriatric Psychiatry Review and Exam Preparation Guide: A Case-Based Approach
By Mark J. Rapoport, Dallas Seitz, Andrew Wiens, and Evan Lilly
Geriatric Psychiatry is a succinct and advanced review of geriatric psychiatry that will help clinicians meet the demands of an aging population.
Social Myths and Collective Imaginaries
By Gérard Bouchard Translated by Howard Scott
In Social Myths and Collective Imaginaries, Gérard Bouchard conceptualizes myths as vessels of sacred values that transcend the division between primitive and modern. These vessels become so influential as to make an indelible impression on people’s minds.
The Stoic Origins of Erasmus' Philosophy of Christ
By Ross Dealy
This original and provocative engagement with Erasmus’ work argues that the Dutch humanist discovered in classical Stoicism several principles which he developed into a paradigm-shifting application of Stoicism to Christianity.
Inhabited Spaces: Anglo-Saxon Constructions of Place
By Nicole Guenther Discenza
In Inhabited Spaces, Nicole Guenther Discenza examines a variety of Anglo-Latin and Old English texts to shed light on Anglo-Saxon understandings of space.
Access to Medicines as a Human Right: Implications for Pharmaceutical Industry Responsibility
By Lisa Forman, Jillian Clare Kohler
Access to Medicines as a Human Right identifies innovative solutions applicable in both global and domestic forums, making it a valuable resource for the vast field of scholars, legal practitioners, and policymakers who must confront this challenging issue.
Policy Work in Canada: Professional Practices and Analytical Capacities
Edited by Michael Howlett, Adam Wellstead, and Jonathan Craft
Policy Work in Canada is an in-depth study into the levels of analytical capacity found within the federal and provincial governments as well as the non-governmental sector.
The Fragility of Consciousness: Faith, Reason, and the Human Good
By Frederick G. Lawrence, Edited by Randall S. Rosenberg and Kevin M. Vander Schel
The Fragility of Consciousness is the first published collection of Frederick G. Lawrence’s essays and contains several of his best known writings as well as unpublished work.
Unlike most introductory texts that take a topical approach to studying sociology, this smart, challenging, and accessibly written text looks at the core principles of the discipline, making links to a contemporary context.
Fighting for Credibility: US Reputation and International Politics
By Frank P. Harvey and John Mitton
Focusing on cases of asymmetric US encounters with smaller powers since the end of the Cold War, Harvey and Mitton reveal that reputations matter for credibility in international politics. This dynamic and deeply documented study successfully brings reputation back to the table of foreign diplomacy.
Primo Levi and the Identity of a Survivor
By Nancy Harrowitz
In Primo Levi and the Identity of a Survivor, Nancy Harrowitz examines the complex role that Levi’s cultural identity played in his choices of how to portray his survival, as well as his exposition of topics such as bystander complicity.
PTSD and the Politics of Trauma in Israel: A Nation on the Couch
By Keren Friedman-Peleg
In PTSD and the Politics of Trauma in Israel, Keren Friedman-Peleg sheds light on a new way of speaking about mental vulnerability and national belonging in contemporary Israel.
The Politics of Law in Late Medieval and Renaissance Italy
Edited by Lawrin Armstrong and Julius KirshnerForeword by Lauro Martines
Essays by leading historians examine the professional, social, and political functions of Italian jurists from the thirteenth to the late fifteenth centuries.
Business in a Changing Climate: Explaining Industry Support for Carbon Pricing
By Kaija Belfry Munroe
Business in a Changing Climate is the first book to ask major pollution emitting industries in Canada what their preferences are with respect to climate change.
Writing Beloveds: Humanist Petrarchism and the Politics of Gender
By Aileen A. Feng
Covering a period from the late-fourteenth to mid-sixteenth century, Aileen A. Feng’s engagingly written work identifies and analyzes a Latin humanist precursor to the poetic movement known as Renaissance Petrarchism.
Kickstarting Your Academic Career: Skills to Succeed in the Social Sciences
By Robert L. Ostergard, Jr. and Stacy B. Fisher
Kickstarting Your Academic Career is a primer on the common scholastic demands that social sciences students face upon entering college or university.
This Happened in My Presence: Moriscos, Old Christians, and the Spanish Inquisition in the Town of Deza, 1569-1611
Edited By Patrick J. O'Banion
This Happened in My Presence reveals life in the small Spanish town of Deza during a period that was complex and tumultuous.
The Trial of Tempel Anneke: Records of a Witchcraft Trial in Brunswick, Germany, 1663, Second Edition
By Peter A. MortonTranslated by Barbara Dähms
The Trial of Tempel Anneke examines documents from an early modern European witchcraft trial with the pedagogical goal of allowing students to interact directly with primary sources.
Experience Research Social Change: Critical Methods, Third Edition
By Colleen Reid, Lorraine Greaves, and Sandra Kirby
Experience Research Social Change has long been a comprehensive and accessible resource for learning social research oriented toward social change. The third edition has been thoroughly revised and reorganized.
Counseling Diversity in Context
By Jason Brown
Divided into two parts, the book provides a structural understanding of the context in which cross-cultural counseling takes place, and a model, informed by intersectional analysis, to support counselors in playing a more activist role in helping to change that context.
In Staging the Trials of Modernism, Dale Barleben explores the interactions among literature, cultural studies, and the law through detailed analyses of select British modern writers including Oscar Wilde, Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford, and James Joyce
The Right Relationship: Reimagining the Implementation of Historical Treaties
Edited by John Borrows and Michael Coyle
In The Right Relationship, John Borrows and Michael Coyle bring together a group of renowned scholars, both indigenous and non-indigenous, to cast light on the magnitude of the challenges Canadians face in seeking a consensus on the nature of treaty partnership in the twenty-first century.
Kyle Conway’s textual analysis and in-depth research, including interviews from the show’s creator, executive producers, writers, and CBC executives, reveals the many ways Muslims have and have not been integrated into North American television.
Selected Poems and Prose
By Guittone d’ArezzoSelected, Translated and with an Introduction by Antonello Borra
The poems and prose included in this volume are emblematic of the two phases of Guittone’s career: he first achieved fame as a secular love poet but following his conversion in the 1260s he became a renowned religious poet
Ethical Capitalism: Shibusawa Eiichi and Business Leadership in Global Perspective
Edited by Patrick Fridenson and Kikkawa Takeo
Ethical Capitalism is a volume of essays that tackles the thought, work, and legacy of Shibusawa Eiichi.
Winner of the Northeast Modern Language Association's Book Prize, National Performance is sophisticated yet accessible, seeking to enlarge the parameters of what counts as 'Quebecois' performance, while providing a thorough introduction to changing discourses of nation-ness in Quebec.
Making Canada New: Editing, Modernism, and New Media
Edited by Dean Irvine, Vanessa Lent, Bart Vautour
An examination of the connections between modernist writers and editorial activities, Making Canada New draws links among new and old media, collaborative labour, emergent scholars and scholarships, and digital modernisms.
Baby Trouble in the Last Best West explores the ways that women’s childbearing became understood as a social problem in early twentieth-century Alberta.
Award winning author Gregory S. Kealey’s study of Canada’s security and intelligence community before the end of World War II depicts a nation caught up in the Red Scare in the aftermath of the Bolshevik Revolution and tangled up with the imperial interests of first the United Kingdom and then the United States.
A Third Collection: Volume 16
By Bernard Longergan Edited by Robert M. Doran and John Dadosky
A Third Collection contains fifteen papers, written between 1974 and 1982, and includes some of his most important shorter writings such as "Prolegomena to the Study of the Emerging Religious Consciousness of Our Time" and "Natural Right and Historical Mindedness."
The Italian Antimafia, New Media, and the Culture of Legality
Edited by Robin Pickering-Iazzi
The Italian Antimafia, New Media, and the Culture of Legality is the first book to examine the online battles between the mafia and its growing cohort of opponents.
The Twelfth-Century Renaissance: A Reader
Edited by Alex J. Novikoff
This unique collection of primary source documents paints a vivid picture of the twelfth century as an age of institutional expansion, intellectual creativity, and high adventure.
A Short History of the Renaissance in Europe
By Margaret L. King
Margaret L. King's richly illustrated social history of the Renaissance succeeds as a trusted resource, introducing readers to Europe between 1300–1700, as well as to the problems of cultural renewal.
Thinking Government introduces readers to the power relations between elected politicians and unelected public servants, while also covering important topics such as the institutions of the federal government, financial and human resources management, and accountability and responsibility.
The Politics of Ontario
Edited by Cheryl N. Collier and Jonathan Malloy
The Politics of Ontario is the first comprehensive book on Ontario's politics, government, and public policy since Graham White's The Government and Politics of Ontario in 1997.
A History of Anthropological Theory, Fifth Edition
Paul A. Erickson and Liam D. Murphy
On its own or used with the companion volume, Readings for a History of Anthropological Theory, this text provides comprehensive coverage in a flexible and easy-to-use format for teaching in the undergraduate anthropology classroom.
Readings for a History of Anthropological Theory, Fifth Edition
Edited by Paul A. Erickson and Liam D. Murphy
This anthology offers a flexible and unrivalled introduction to anthropological theory that reflects not only the history but also the changing nature of the discipline today.
A Different Kind of Ethnography: Imaginative Practices and Creative Methodologies
Edited by Denielle Elliott and Dara Culhane
Building on the sensory ethnographic trend in contemporary sociocultural anthropology, this collection introduces the idea of a different kind of ethnography: an imaginative and creative approach to anthropological inquiry that is collaborative, open-ended, embodied, affective, and experimental.
Drawn to See: Drawing as an Ethnographic Method
By Andrew Causey
In this meditation/how-to guide on drawing as an ethnographic method, Andrew Causey offers insights, inspiration, practical techniques, and encouragement for social scientists interested in exploring drawing as a way of translating what they "see" during their research.
This concise text explores the spread of settler colonies within the British Empire over the course of the nineteenth century, specifically those in New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, and Australia.
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