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D i s t r i b u t e d   i n   t h e   U S   b y   t h e   U n i v e r s i t y   o f   Wa s h i n g t o n   P r e s subc pressf a l lw i n t e r2 0 0 5 UBC  PRESS  CATALOGUE  SPRING  200 5  1  LAW  9  ENVIRONMENT 15  GEOGRAPHY 16  MEDIA  STUDIES 17  HEALTH 18  POLITICS 23  HISTORY30  NATIVE  STUDIES 36  ARCHAEOLOGY 37  GENDER  STUDIES 38  ASIAN  STUDIES 41  BACKLIST 49  AUTHOR/TITLE  INDEX52  SALES  AND  ORDERING      INFORMATIONThe  Last  WordPage  1Governing  with  the  Char ter  Page  3Critical  Disability  TheoryPage  4Laws  and  Societies  in  the Canadian  Prairie  West,  1670-1940   Page  5Sanctuary,  Sovereignty, SacrificePage  6Linking  Industry  and  EcologyPage  10Mapping  Marriage  Law  in Spanish  Gitano  CommunitiesPage  8BiopiracyPage  9Racing  to  the  Bottom?Page  1 8The  Middle-Power  ProjectPage  23Cross-Cultural  Caring, Second  EditionPage  1 7Cover  image:   From  Perempuan  Melayu Terakhir  (The  Last  Malay  Woman) ,   cour tesy  of  Grand  Brilliance,  Sdn  Bhd.From  Reclaiming  Adat ,  page  38Morals  and  the  Media, Second  EditionPage  1 6Geography  of  British Columbia,  Second  EditionPage  1 51The Last WordMedia Coverage of the Supreme Court of CanadaFlorian Sauvageau, David Schneiderman, and David Taras   With Ruth Klinkhammer and Pierre Trudel? The  Last  Word   makes  a  very  important  contribution  to  knowledge  in  an almost  non-existent  ?eld:  I  know  of  no  other  book  published  in  Canada  on this subject in either English or French. It should contribute to the very lively debate  about  the  court,  not  only  in  the  legal  and  media  milieu,  but  in  the general public as well.? ? Andr?e Lajoie, Faculty of Law, Universit? de Montr?alThe Last Word  examines the relationship between two of the most important institutions in Canadian life: the Supreme Court of Canada and the Canadian news media. This relationship is crucial not only for the court and for journal -ists, but also for the public, who understand the work of the court through the media. The authors examine a year of media coverage centred around four very high-pro?le cases: the  Marshall  case, about Aboriginal rights; the Vriend  case, regarding gay rights; the  Quebec Secession Reference ; and the Sharpe  child pornography case. Analyzing nearly ?fteen hundred newspaper and  TV  reports,  and  interviewing  judges,  journalists,  and  executive  legal of?cers,  Sauvageau,  Schneiderman,  and  Taras  provide  a  rich  and  detailed account  of  the  relationship  between  the  court  and  the  media  in  presenting these decisions to the Canadian public.The authors examine the differences between television and newspaper cov -erage, national and regional reporting, and the French- and English-language media. They also describe how judges and journalists understand and interact with each other amidst often-clashing legal and journalistic cultures.  The Last Word  argues that journalists often have the ?nal say in explaining the court?s actions and judgments to the public. While judges have uncontested power over  legal  interpretation,  journalists  control  how  the  message  reaches  the Canadian people. Engagingly written and thoroughly researched,  The Last Word  will appeal to readers interested in the law, the media, and public affairs in general.Florian  Sauvageau   is  Professeur,  D?partement  d?information  et  de  com -munication, Universit? Laval.  David Schneiderman  is Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto.  David Taras  is University Professor, Faculty  of  Communication  and  Culture,  University  of  Calgary.  Ruth  Klink -hammer  is Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, Okanagan University College.  Pierre Trudel  is Professeur, Facult? de droit, Universit? de Montr?al.LAW  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/LAWSEPTEMBER320 pages, est., 6 x 9?10 b/w photos, 35 tables, 2 graphsISBN 0-7748-1243-5hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1244-3pb $24.95P APERBACK   AVAILABLE   IN  C ANADA   ONLY  LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES? ALSO OF INTERESTHidden AgendasHow Journalists In?uence the NewsLydia Miljan and Barry Cooper2003, 188 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1020-3, pb $24.95Morals and the Media, Second EditionNick Russell2005, 268 pages, est., ISBN 0-7748-1088-2, pb $39.95See page 162 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477LAW  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/LAW RECENTLY RELEASEDThe Courts and the ColoniesThe Litigation of Hutterite Church DisputesAlvin J. EsauAs  Christian  paci?sts  with  a  credo  of  non-resistance,  the  Hutterites  live  communally, sharing  all  wealth  and  material  goods.  So when  top  members  of  cer tain  colonies  re -quest  court  adjudication  enforced  by  state v i o l e n c e   t o   s e t t l e   a n   ? i n s i d e ?   i s s u e ,   t h e fundamental  values  of  their  belief  system are called into question.  The Courts and the Colonies   of fers  a  detailed  account  of  the protracted  dispute  that  arose  in  a  Manitoba colony  when  leaders  turned  to  the  secular legal  system  to  resolve  an  internal  con?ict. In an unprecedented move, the leaders went to  court  to  force  the  departure  of  a  group that had been excommunicated but would not leave. Could the colony expect secular law to enforce religious practices? Should the laws of the state regulate decisions about church membership, discipline, and expulsions from the colony? If so, how? Alvin  Esau  examines  the  history  of  Hutterite litigation  and  how  the  roots  of  the  schism related  to  the  controversy.  At  stake  is  the nature  of  religious  freedom  in  Canada  and the  extent  to  which  our  pluralistic  society is  prepared  to  accommodate  groups  with illiberal  legal  systems  that  may  not  cohere with that of the external society.While this book will be of particular interest to scholars of law and religion, it will also appeal to  anyone  in  Anabaptist  studies,  sociology, anthropology,  political  theory,  and  con?ict resolution.Alvin J. Esau  is a professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba.2004400 pages, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1116-1hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1117-Xpb $29.95    LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESGood Government? Good Citizens?Courts, Politics, and Markets in a Changing   CanadaW.A. BogartGood  Government?  Good  Citizens?   explores the evolving concept of the citizen in Canada at the beginning of this century. Three forces are at work in reconstituting the citizen in this society: courts, politics, and markets. H o w   h a s   C a n a d i a n   s o c i e t y   a c t u a l l y   b e e n transformed?  Is  the  state  truly  in  retreat? Have  courts  and  markets  supplanted  repre -sentative politics regarding the expression of basic  values?  Must  judicialized  protection  of human rights necessarily mean a diminished concern for the common good on the part of representative politics? To what extent should markets and representative politics maintain a  role  in  the  protection  of  human  rights  and minority interests? Will representative politics ever hold the public trust again? W.A.  Bogar t  responds  to  these  questions. He does so by examining the altered roles of courts,  politics,  and  markets  over  the  past two decades. Bogart examines a number of issues, including First Peoples, cyberspace, education,  and  an  aging  Canada.  The  book c o n c l u d e s   w i t h   re f l e c t i o n s   o n   t h e   ? g o o d citizen?  at  the  dawning  of  the  new  century. Good  Government?  Good  Citizens?   will  ap -peal  to  readers  interested  in  law,  political science,  and  the  changing  face  of  Canada and its citizens.?Bogart?s well-written and important book, drawing on a diverse body of scholarship and evidence, traces the transformations in Canadian law and politics over the past twenty years. His analysis is ambitious, insightful, provocative, and timely.?? Harry W. Arthurs, University Professor of Law and Political Science, York University?Professor Bogart?s book is a timely, thoughtful, and provocative exploration of many of the important issues facing contemporary Canadian society. It is a useful and vibrant contribution to our continuing dialogue regarding law, politics, and the marketplace. Whatever the reader?s perspective, it will not disappoint.?? Eleanore A. Cronk, Justice of the Court of Appeal for OntarioW.A. Bogart  teaches in the Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor.MAY  264 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1164-1hc $85.00  LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES?This landmark study explores the irony of paci?st Hutterites using the courts to solve an internal con?ict. It is a major contribution to scholarship on Anabaptist communities. Carefully researched and judiciously fair, Esau?s study provides a rare view inside Hutterite life and con?ict.? ? Donald B. Kraybill, Senior Fellow, The Young Center for Anabaptist Studies at Elizabethtown College and author of  On the Backroad to Heaven: Old Order Hutterites, Mennonites, Amish and Brethren 3LAWWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/LAW Governing with the CharterLegislative and Judicial Activism and Framers? IntentJames B. Kelly ?? perhaps the best single attempt at explaining Charter litigation and poli -tics. It puts the debate over the Charter, Supreme Court, and parliamentary supremacy  in  a  refreshingly  new  light,  using  not  only  some  clear  thinking about the problem but also, new information.??  Roy  B.  Flemming,  Professor  of  Political  Science,  Texas  A&M  University, author of  Tournament of Appeals: Granting Judicial Review in CanadaSince  the  introduction  of  the  Canadian  Charter  of  Rights  and  Freedoms  in 1982,  the  question  of  judicial  power  and  its  relationship  to  parliamentary democracy has been an important issue in Canadian politics. Some critics, suspicious of the ?activism? of ?unelected and unaccountable? judges spon -soring  an  undemocratic  rights  revolution,  view  the  increased  power  of  the Supreme  Court  as  a  direct  challenge  to  Parliament.  But  has  parliamentary democracy been weakened by judicial responses to the Charter? Governing  with  the  Charter  challenges  the  position  that  our  current  demo -cratic de?cit is the result of the Supreme Court?s judicial activism. First of all, through an analysis of the parliamentary hearings on the Charter that took place more than two decades ago, Kelly contends that an activist framers? intent surrounds the Charter and that the court has simply, and appropriately, responded  to  this  new  constitutional  environment.  Moreover,  the  Supreme Court is not the sole interpreter of this document: the cabinet and bureauc -racy also play signi?cant roles in governing with the Charter. Thus, while the principal institutional outcome of the Charter has been a marginalization of Parliament, this has not resulted through the political choices of the Supreme Court. Rather, Kelly argues, a deepening of prime-ministerial government and a general weakening of parliamentary democracy have occurred because of the prime minister?s decision on how to govern with the Charter.A signi?cant contribution to law and society studies,  Governing with the Char -ter  will be widely read by political scientists, legal scholars, parliamentarians, public servants, and students of the machinery of government.James B. Kelly  is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Concordia University.DECEMBER320 pages, est., 16 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1211-7hc $85.00  LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES? ALSO OF INTERESTFeminist Activism and the Supreme CourtLegal Mobilization and the Women?s Legal Education and Action FundChristopher P. Manfredi2004, 272 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0947-7, pb $29.95Tournament of AppealsGranting Judicial Review in CanadaRoy B. Flemming2004, 144 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1083-1, pb $29.954 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477LAWWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/LAW Critical Disability TheoryEssays in Philosophy, Politics, Policy, and LawEdited by Dianne Pothier and Richard Devlin People  with  disabilities  in  Canada  experience  and inhabit  a  system  of  deep  structural,  economic, social,  political,  legal,  and  cultural  inequality  ?  a regime  of  dis-citizenship.  Despite  the  widespread belief that Canada is a country of liberty, equality, and inclusion, many persons with disabilities experi -ence social exclusion and marginalization. They are socially constructed as second-class citizens.Critical Disability Theory  inquires into the possibili -ties and parameters of a critical theory of disability. Its  essays  argue  that  accommodating  equality for  the  disabled  is  not  fundamentally  a  question of  medicine  or  health,  nor  is  it  just  an  issue  of sensitivity  or  compassion.  Rather,  it  is  a  question of  politics,  of  power  and  powerlessness.  Conven -tional  understandings  of  disability  are  dependent upon  assumptions  that  characterize  disability  as misfortune and by implication privilege the ?normal? over the ?abnormal.? Consequently, it is presumed that societal organization based upon able-bodied and  -minded  norms  is  inevitable  and  the  best  we can do is show sympathy or pity. This book argues that  we  need  new  ways  to  think  about  the  nature of disability, a new understanding of participatory citizenship  that  encompasses  the  disabled,  new policies to respond to their needs, and a new vision of their entitlements.Twenty-four  scholars  from  a  variety  of  disciplines come  together  here  to  identify  the  problems  with traditional approaches to disability and to provide new  directions.  The  essays  range  from  focused empirical  and  experiential  studies  of  different  dis -abilities,  to  policy  analyses,  legal  interrogations, and  philosophical  reconsiderations.  The  result will be of interest to policy makers, professionals, academics,  non-governmental  organizations,  and grass-roots activists.Dianne  Pothier   and  Richard  Devlin   are  profes -sors in the Faculty of Law at Dalhousie University.NOVEMBER352 pages, est., 13 tables, 3 charts, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1203-6hc $85.00  LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESFrom UI to EIWaging War on the Welfare StateGeorges CampeauTranslated by  Richard HowardEstablished in response to the Great Depression, the  goal  of  Canada?s  system  of  unemployment insurance was to ensure the protection of income to the unemployed. Joblessness was viewed as a social problem and the jobless as its unfortunate victims. While unemployment insurance expanded over  several  decades,  the  mid-1970s  saw  the ?rst  stirrings  of  a  counterattack.  Neo-liberalists denounced  unemployment  insurance  and  other aspects of the welfare state as in?ationary and un -productive. This regressive movement culminated in  a  major  policy  shift  in  the  1990s.  The  number of unemployed with access to bene?ts was halved during that time.From  UI  to  EI   examines  Canada?s  unemployment insurance  system  and  the  rights  it  grants  to  the unemployed. The development of the system, its legislation,  and  related  jurisprudence  are  viewed through a historical perspective that accounts for the  social,  political,  and  economic  context.  This book  examines  the  system  with  emphasis  upon its recent transformations, and will interest profes -sors  and  students  of  law,  political  science,  and social work, and anyone concerned about the right of the unemployed to adequate protection. Georges Campeau  is a professor of social law in the Facult? de science politique et de droit at the Universit? du Qu?bec ? Montr?al.  Richard Howard  has been translating books in the social sciences for over three decades.2004  256 pages, 3 tables, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1122-6hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1123-4pb $29.95LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESNOW IN PAPERBACK? ALSO OF INTERESTCompulsory CompassionA Critique of Restorative JusticeAnnalise Acorn 2004, 224 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0943-4, pb $29.95Taxing ChoicesThe Intersection of Class, Gender, Parenthood, and the LawRebecca Johnson2003, 256 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1020-3, pb $27.955LAWWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/LAW Laws and Societies in the Canadian Prairie West, 1670-1940Edited by Louis Kna?a and Jonathan Swainger Laws  and  Societies  in  the  Canadian  Prairie  West, 1670-1940  examines the legal history of the north-west frontier, from the earliest years of European-Native contacts in the 17th century to the advent of  modernity.  The  essays  bring  together  a  cross-section of established and new scholars working in the allied ?elds of law, legal history, sociology, and criminology. They explore the substance of prairie legal history and the degree to which it is linked to broader  and  comparative  developments  while,  at the same time, is rooted in its own countryside.These  essays  aim  speci?cally  at  articulating  that which  is  distinctive  in  prairie  legal  culture.  By  ap -proaching the issue from a variety of perspectives ?  those  of  colonial  administrators,  fur  company employees,  indigenous  peoples,  women,  men, entrepreneurs, and the police, among others ? the contributors to this volume ?nd evidence of a con -scious  effort  to  draw  upon  a  broader  experience beyond  the  immediate  boundaries  of  the  region, to address situations that many thought were both familiar  and  particular.  The  ways  in  which  prairie peoples perceived themselves and their relation to a broader world were directly framed by notions of law and legal remedy within a context shaped by the course  and  themes  of  prairie  history.  In  essence, the essays detail the degree to which the region?s mentality  is  rooted  in  the  historical  experience  of distinctive prairie peoples.This  collection  will  be  of  interest  to  students  and scholars of Canadian history, legal history, sociol -ogy, and criminology, and anyone interested in the legal culture of the Canadian west from the frontier days to the present.Louis  Kna?a   is  professor  emeritus  of  history  at the University of Calgary.  Jonathan Swainger  is associate  professor  of  history  at  the  University of  Northern  British  Columbia  and  co-editor,  with Constance  Backhouse,  of  People  and  Place:  His -torical In?uences on Legal Culture,  also published by UBC Press. OCTOBER352 pages, est., 6 x 9?8 charts, 3 tables, 2 b/w photos, 7 mapsISBN 0-7748-1166-8hc $85.00  LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Despotic DominionProperty Rights inBritish Settler SocietiesEdited by  John McLaren, A.R. Buck, and  Nancy E. WrightIn the late 18th century, the English jurist William Blackstone famously described property as ?that sole  and  despotic  dominion.?  The  ambiguity  of ?property? connoted in Blackstone?s phrase forms the central theme of this book. Despotic Dominion  examines the evolution of prop -erty  law  in  several  former  British  colonies  within the broader political, economic, social, and intel -lectual  cultures  of  those  societies.  It  draws  from litigation and political action related to Aboriginal title  and  other  disputes  over  proper ty  rights  in settled  colonies  of  the  Empire.  The  contributors consider how the land was perceived by indigenous peoples, colonial of?cials, and settlers; how these groups viewed their relationship with the land; and how local interests con?icted with one another and with centralizing notions of law and justice. This  book  provides  a  comprehensive  analysis of  the  important  issue  of  property  rights,  which continues to animate the body politic of Australia and  Canada  in  particular.  It  will  be  of  interest  to students and scholars of colonial history, property theory, indigenous studies, and law, as well as to judges, lawyers, and the general reader. John  McLaren   is  Lansdowne  Professor  of  Law at the University of Victoria;  A.R. Buck  is Senior Lecturer  in  Law  at  Macquarie  University;  and Nancy  E.  Wright   is  Director  of  the  Centre  for the  Interdisciplinary  Study  of  Property  Rights  at the University of Newcastle. 2004  352 pages, 10 b/w photos, 4 maps, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1072-6hc $85.000-7748-1073-4pb $29.95LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESNOW IN PAPERBACK? ALSO OF INTERESTThe Heiress vs the EstablishmentMrs. Campbell?s Campaign for Legal JusticeConstance Backhouse and Nancy L. Backhouse2004, 344 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1053-X, pb $29.95People and PlaceHistorical In?uences on Legal CultureJonathan Swainger and Constance Backhouse, eds.2003, 256 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1033-5, pb $29.95Regulating LivesHistorical Essays on the State, Society, the Individual, and the LawJohn McLaren, Robert Menzies, and Dorothy E. Chunn, eds.2002, 320 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0887-X, pb $29.956 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477LAW  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/LAWSanctuary, Sovereignty, Sacri?ceCanadian Sanctuary Incidents, Power, and LawRandy K. Lippert ?This  is  a  most  impressive  book  that  deals  with impor tant  contemporary  questions  with  regard to  immigration  ?  and  provides  a  sophisticated application  and  intervention  in  the  ?eld  of  govern -mentality studies.??  Alan  Hunt,  Professor,  Department  of  Law  and Department  of  Sociology/Anthropology,  Carleton UniversityFacing immediate deportation, a lone Guatemalan migrant  entered  sanctuary  in  a  Montreal  church in  December  1983.  Thus  began  the  practice  of sanctuary in Canada. By 2003, thirty-six incidents involving 261 migrants had occurred nationwide.Sanctuary, Sovereignty, Sacri?ce  closely examines sanctuary  practice  in  Canada.  Lipper t  suggests that, far from being a coherent social movement, sanctuary  practice  is  a  localized  and  isolated phenomenon,  and  often  not  primarily  religious  in orientation.  It  is  also  remarkably  successful  ?  in every documented incident, state authorities were kept at bay and providers avoided arrest. In most cases, migrants also ultimately receive legal status. Drawing  on  theories  of  governmentality,  Lippert traces the emergence of this practice to a shift in responsibility for refugees and immigrants from the state  to  churches  and  communities.  Here  sanctu -ary practices and spaces are shaped by a form of pastoral  power  that  targets  needs  and  operates through  sacri?ce,  and  by  a  sovereign  power  that is  exceptional,  territorial,  and  spectacular.  Corre -spondingly, law plays a complex role in sanctuary, appearing  variously  as  a  form  of  oppression,  a game,  and  a  source  of  majestic  authority  that overshadows the state. A thorough and original account of contemporary sanctuary  practice,  this  book  tackles  theoretical and  methodological  questions  in  governmentality and  socio-legal  studies  concerning  methodology, non-liberal power, the role of legal narratives, and the  nature  of  resistance.  Sanctuary,  Sovereignty, Sacri?ce  will be of interest to scholars and students in socio-legal studies, criminology, sociology, politi -cal science, social history, anthropology, and reli -gious studies, and will appeal to anyone interested in immigration and refugee law and policy.Randy  K.  Lippert  is  Associate  Professor  in  the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Windsor.NOVEMBER256 pages, est., 7 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1249-4hc $85.00  LAW AND SOCIETY RECENTLY RELEASEDLaw and RiskEdited by the  Law Commission of CanadaThe study and practice of risk analysis, risk man -agement, and the communication of risk has been the subject of heated debates. This is no less so when  law  is  added  to  the  mix.  Despite  the  law?s constant search for certainty, the concept of risk itself is inherently uncertain. From the precaution -ary principle to the role of research ethics boards, risk remains a value-laden term, dif?cult to de?ne and even more dif?cult to address.T h i s   c o l l e c t i o n   f ro m   t h e   L a w   C o m m i s s i o n   o f Canada  looks  at  law  and  risk  in  a  variety  of  con -texts and provides insight into how courts use and interpret risk, how the law allocates risk, and the regulation  of  risky  activities.  To  demonstrate  the linkages between law and risk, the essays tackle some dif?cult topics, including dangerous offend -ers, sex offender noti?cation, drug courts, genetic research,  pesticide  use,  child  pornography,  and tobacco advertising.These important contributions to whether the law adequately and appropriately responds to risk will be of interest to students and scholars of law and the social sciences, as well as to law practitioners and lawmakers.The  Law  Commission  of  Canada  is  an  inde -pendent  federal  law  reform  agency  that  advises Parliament  how  to  improve  and  modernize  Cana -da?s laws.MAY  248 pages, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1191-9hc $85.00LEGAL DIMENSIONS SERIESPublished in association with the Law Commission of Canada? ALSO IN THE LEGAL DIMENSIONS SERIESWhat Is a Crime?De?ning Criminal Conduct in Contemporary Society Law Commission of Canada2004, 224 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1087-4, pb $34.95New Perspectives on the Public-Private DivideLaw Commission of Canada2003, 200 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1043-2, pb $27.95Personal Relationships of Dependence and Interdependence in LawLaw Commission of Canada2002, 180 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0885-3, pb $27.95 7LAW  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/LAW NOW IN PAPERBACKHumanitarianism, Identity, and NationMigration Laws in Canada and AustraliaCatherine DauvergneRefugees  are  on  the  move  around  the  globe. Prosperous nations are rapidly adjusting their laws to crack down on the so-called ?undeserving.? Aus -tralia and Canada have each sought international reputations as humanitarian do-gooders, especially in the area of refugee admissions.In  Humanitarianism, Identity, and Nation , Catherine Dauvergne  traces  the  connections  between  the nation-building  tradition  of  immigration  and  the challenge  of  admitting  people  who  do  not  bring some obvious value to the nation. She argues that in the absence of the justice standard for admitting outsiders, liberal nations instead share a humani -tarian consensus about letting in needy outsiders. This consensus constrains and shapes migration law and policy. In a detailed consideration of how refugees  and  others  in  need  are  admitted  to Australia  and  Canada,  she  links  humanitarianism and  national  identity  to  explain  the  current  state of the law.The book will be of interest to lawyers, socio-legal scholars, law students, policy makers, and anyone interested  in  a  central  aspect  of  Canadian  public law  and  policy.  It  is  a  must-read  for  everyone interested in transforming migration laws to meet the needs of the 21st century.Catherine Dauvergne  is Canada Research Chair in Migration Law and an associate professor of law at the University of British Columbia.FEBRUARY  224 pages, 2 ?gures, 4 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1112-9hc $75.00ISBN 0-7748-1113-7pb $29.95   LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESSecuring BordersDetention and Deportation in CanadaAnna PrattDetention  and  deportation  are  the  two  most  ex -treme sanctions of an ?immigration penality? that enforces  borders,  polices  non-citizens,  identi?es those who are undesirable, and refuses them entry or casts them out. As such, they are constitutive practices  that  work  to  make  up  and  regulate borders, citizens, and populations. Securing Borders  is a close study of the discursive formations, transformations, and technologies of power  that  have  surrounded  the  laws,  policies, and  practices  of  detention  and  depor tation  in Canada since the Second World War. Pratt traces the  connections  between  what  might  appear  to be  rather  disparate  concerns  ?  detention  and deportation,  criminal  justice,  welfare,  refugees, law, discretion, security, and risk ? and considers these in relation to more general transitions from welfare to neoliberal modes of rule. This work is thus a rich interdisciplinary study which promises to be of interest to scholars in a range of  disciplines  including  criminology,  socio-legal studies, law, history, sociology, political science, international  relations,  and  public  administration. It will also be of interest to non-governmental ad -vocates as well as to government representatives who  work  in  the  areas  of  immigration,  refugee determination, and related ?elds. Anna  Pratt   teaches  in  the  criminology  program for the Department of Sociology and the Division of Social Sciences at York University. MAY  304 pages, 2 ?gures, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1154-4hc $85.00LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESRECENTLY RELEASEDUnwilling Mothers, Unwanted BabiesInfanticide in CanadaKirsten Johnson KramarRECENTLY RELEASEDUnwilling Mothers, Unwanted Babies  traces 20th- century  Canadian  criminal  justice  responses  to women  who  kill  their  newly  born  babies.  Initially, juries  proved  reluctant  to  convict  these  women of  murder  because  the  charge  carried  the  death penalty.  In  an  attempt  to  impose  uniformity  and ensure  a  homicide  conviction,  a  new  infanticide law  was  passed  in  1948,  which  remains  in  force to this day. Despite the changes, prosecutors still ?nd  it  dif?cult  to  obtain  a  conviction,  and  now, amid media pressure, and with harsher penalties being demanded by the public, there are calls for the repeal of the infanticide law and adoption of a more draconian approach to these cases. K i r s t e n   K r a m a r   p ro v i d e s   a n   i n t e rd i s c i p l i n a r y feminist approach to the study of infanticide law, examining and linking historical, sociological, and legal  scholarship.  Drawing  on  a  wide  range  of original  data  --  indictment  case  ?les,  coroners? records,  Hansard  Parliamentary  Debates,  crime statistics, newspaper accounts, and medical texts -- she presents a detailed picture of the law?s devel -opments, revealing the often ironic consequences of attempts to rationalize this area of law.Unwilling  Mothers,  Unwanted  Babies   makes  an important contribution to the international literature on maternal neonaticide and the medicalization of deviance,  and  will  interest  those  working  in  law, sociology, criminology, and gender studies.Kirsten Johnson Kramar  teaches in the Depart -ment of Sociology at the University of Winnipeg.MAY  240 pages, 7 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1176-5hc $85.00LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES8 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477LAW  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/LAWMapping Marriage Law in Spanish   Gitano CommunitiesSusan G. Drummond LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Defending Rights in RussiaLawyers, the State, and Legal Reforms in the Post-Soviet EraPamela A. JordanLawyers often play pivotal roles in building democ -racies.  Pamela  Jordan?s  engaging  study  of  the Russian bar ( advokatura ) provides a richly textured portrait of how, after the USSR?s collapse, practis -ing  lawyers  called  advocates  began  to  assume new,  self-de?ned  roles  as  contributors  to  legal reform and defenders of rights in Russia.Using  the  historical  institutionalism  approach  as her  analytical  framework  and  drawing  from  com -parative  literature  on  legal  professions,  Jordan argues  that  the  post-Soviet  advokatura  as  an institution  gained  more,  although  not  complete, autonomy  from  the  state  as  it  struggled  to  rede -?ne  itself  as  a  profession.  Jordan  suggests  that advocates? work is supporting the growth of civil society  and  the  strengthening  of  human  rights  in Russia.Defending  Rights  in  Russia   concludes  that,  in  a measured way, advocates redistributed social and political power by means of their role as interme -diary  actors  between  state  and  societal  forces. However,  she  also  warns  that  such  gains  could be reversed if the Putin regime continues to ?out due process rights. This multidisciplinary work will be of interest to specialists on Russia, post-com -munism, human rights, the history of professions and institutions, and legal studies. Pamela  A.  Jordan  is  Assistant  Professor  in the  Depar tment  of  History  at  the  University  of Saskatchewan.MAY  304 pages, 6 tables, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1162-5hc $85.00LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESRECENTLY RELEASED?A  bold  rejoinder  to  the  growing  body  of  scholar -ship  that  advocates  the  globalization  of  law,  this important  book  champions  social  diversity  as  a fundamental aspect of what constitutes law ? The book  announces  the  arrival  of  a  new  thinker  with an original perspective on comparative law and on the theory of legal systems generally.?? Nicholas Kasirer, James McGill Professor of Law and  Director,  Centre  of  Private  and  Comparative Law, McGill University?The  book  makes  a  signi?cant  contribution  to two  scholarly  ?elds  --  comparative  law  and  legal anthropology -- that are rarely brought together with this degree of sophistication. This is really a terri?c piece  of  scholarship,  beautifully  written,  and  on  a subject  of  great  importance.  I  think  Susan  Drum -mond  will  receive  wide  recognition  as  a  leading voice in an emerging ?eld of study.?? David M. Engel, Distinguished Service Professor, Faculty of Law, SUNY BuffaloComparative law and legal anthropology have tra -ditionally restricted themselves to their own ?elds of inquiry.  Mapping Marriage Law in Spanish Gitano Communities   turns  this  tendency  on  its  head  and investigates what happens when the voices of each discipline are invited to speak to each other. Susan Drummond forges this hybrid form of comparative work  through  small-  and  large-scale  studies  of Gitano  marriage  law  as  it  emerges  in  a  Western European state, in a modern urban centre, and in particular communities and families, respectively.Drummond?s  mapping  of  Gitano  marriage  law  is grounded  in  ethnographic  ?eldwork  in  Andalucia in the mid-1990s. It begins from a traditional legal comparative  focus  on  the  emergence  of  Spanish state family law, considering these developments in a predominantly national and international context. Drummond  then  adopts  a  more  anthropological focus on one legal culture within (and also beyond) the  Spanish  state:  that  of  the  Gitanos  and  the transnational  Roma.  Ultimately,  she  draws  the international,  national,  and  cultural  dimensions  of law into play with each other and contemplates how all of these in?uences bear on the spirit of Andalu -cian Gitano marriage law. What emerges from the work  as  a  whole  is  an  ethos  of  marriage  law  in  a thoroughly mixed legal jurisdiction.Mapping  Marriage  Law  in  Spanish  Gitano  Com -munities  will  appeal  to  scholars  and  students  in comparative  law  and  legal  anthropology,  as  well as readers interested in Roma studies in general, and the Gitanos in particular. Susan  G.  Drummond   is  Assistant  Professor  at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.OCTOBER300 pages, est., 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-0925-6hc $85.00? ALSO OF INTERESTCollective InsecurityThe Liberian Crisis, Unilateralism, and Global OrderIkechi Mgbeoji2002, 200 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1037-8, pb $24.95 9LAW / ENVIRONMENT  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/ENVIRONMENT BiopiracyPatents, Plants, and Indigenous KnowledgeIkechi Mgbeoji ?In  this  book,  Ikechi  Mgbeoji  addresses  biopiracy in  an  entirely  new  light.  He  masterfully  unearths the  technicalities  and  subtleties  of  the  issue  and e x p o s e s   t h e   u n d e r - a p p re c i a t i o n   o f   t h e   ro l e   o f women  and  farmers  and  the  ?masculinization?  of knowledge.  This  book  is  a  must  read  for  those interested in biopiracy.?? James T. Gathii, Albany Law SchoolLegal  control  and  ownership  of  plants  and  tra -ditional  knowledge  of  the  uses  of  plants  (TKUP) is  often  a  vexed  issue.  The  phenomenon  of  ap -propriation  of  plants  and  TKUP,  otherwise  known as  biopiracy,  thrives  in  a  cultural  milieu  where non-Western forms of knowledge are systemically marginalized and devalued as ?folk knowledge? or characterized  as  inferior.  Biopiracy  rethinks  the role  of  international  law  and  legal  concepts,  the Western-based,  Eurocentric  patent  systems  of the  world,  and  international  agricultural  research institutions as they affect legal ownership and con -trol  of  plants  and  TKUP.  Observing  that  biopiracy issues are often buried in technical and diplomatic understatements,  Mgbeoji  examines  the  dif?culty of discerning the issues at stake and the scale of international disagreements. The  analysis  is  cast  in  various  contexts  and  ex -amined  at  multiple  levels.  The  ?rst  deals  with  the Eurocentric character of the patent system, inter -national law, and institutions. The second involves the  cultural  and  economic  dichotomy  between the  industrialized  Western  world  and  the  western -izing, developing world. The third level of analysis considers the phenomenal loss of human cultures and plant diversity. Mgbeoji implicates the tradition -ally  Western  patent  system  and  international  law, cultural  and  gender  biases  of  Western  epistemol -ogy, and the commercial orientation of the patent system  in  the  appropriation  and  privatization  of plants and TKUP. The  impact  of  intellectual  property  law  on  indig -enous  peoples  and  informal  or  traditional  innova -tions is a ?eld of study that currently includes only a  handful  of  scholars.  Exhaustively  researched and eloquently argued,  Biopiracy  will be an invalu -able  resource  for  students,  teachers,  and  legal practitioners. Ikechi Mgbeoji  is a professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, and the author of  Collective Insecurity:  The  Liberian  Crisis,  Unilateralism,  and Global Order,  also published by UBC Press.OCTOBER400 pages, est., 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1152-8hc $85.00LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES? ALSO OF INTERESTUnnatural LawRethinking Canadian Environmental Law and PolicyDavid R. Boyd2003, 488 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1049-1, pb $29.95 NOW IN PAPERBACKInternational Environmental Law and Asian ValuesLegal Norms andCultural In?uencesRoda Mushkat? R o d a   M u s h k a t   h a s   u n d e r t a k e n   a n   a m b i t i o u s project.  The  outcome  is  a  comprehensive  and insightful  study.  Her  work  will  be  of  wide  interest to  international  lawyers  beyond  those  especially interested in the Asia Paci?c region. For the latter it is essential reading.??  Ved  P.  Nanda,  author  of   International  Environ -mental Law and PolicyFollowing  decades  of  economic  expansion,  Asia i s   f a c i n g   t h e   e n v i ro n m e n t a l   c o n s e q u e n c e s   o f unfettered  development.  This  poses  a  challenge because prevailing cultural systems in the region emphasize wealth over ecological sustainability.The  book  addresses  the  relationship  between Asian  cultural  values  and  international  environ -mental law. It examines the tension between pro?t and  environmental  preservation,  the  key  issues to which it gives rise, and the policy mechanisms employed in this context. This book contributes to understanding  the  questions  involved  and  paves the way for a more enlightened policy action. Mushkat  concludes  that  Asian  values  have  not proved  to  be  an  insurmountable  barrier  to  the spread of environmental law. Rather, the region is responding to impulses emanating from the global arena  rather  than  resisting  them  consciously. This  analysis  and  its  conclusions  should  be  of considerable interest to scholars and students of public international law, international relations, en -vironmental policy, comparative culture, economic development, and social change.Roda Mushkat  is Professor and Head of the De -partment of Law at the University of Hong Kong.2004  284 pages, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1056-4hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1057-2pb $29.9510 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477ENVIRONMENT  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/ENVIRONMENTRECENTLY RELEASEDLinking Industry and EcologyA Question of DesignEdited by Ray C?t?, James Tansey, and Ann DaleLinking Industry and Ecology  explores the origins, promise,  and  relevance  of  the  emerging  ?eld  of industrial  ecology.  Its  aims  are  threefold.  First,  it reminds us that humans, their products, their indus -tries, and their communities draw resources from and discard waste back into the same biophysical environment, often at unsustainable rates. Thus, it serves  to  educate  people  about  the  nature  of  the emerging  concept  and  ?eld  of  industrial  ecology. Second, the book situates industrial ecology within the  broader  range  of  environmental  management strategies  and  concepts,  from  more  shallow  ap -proaches  such  as  pollution  prevention  through life  cycle  management  to  deeper  practices  such as dematerialization and ecological design. Third, it  provides  a  compelling  argument  for  the  need to  think  ecologically  to  develop  innovative  and competitive industrial policy.The  contributors  to  this  collection  draw  on  their experience  in  a  variety  of  disciplines  to  chart  a broader  path  for  industrial  ecology.  This  path  af -?rms what has been learned to date in this nascent ?eld but seeks to inform a discourse that has been dominated  by  natural  scientists  and  engineers with  insights  that  recognize  that  technologies  are socially and politically embedded. This  book  will  be  of  interest  to  educators  and students  in  environmental  studies,  business  man -agement, environmental and industrial engineering, and  environmental  planning.  While  many  of  the examples  are  drawn  from  Canada,  it  will  also  ap -peal to readers interested in fostering ecologically sustainable industrial and community development in other industrializing and industrialized nations.Ray  C?t?   is  Professor  of  Resource  and  Environ -mental  Studies  at  Dalhousie  University.  James Tansey   is  James  Martin  Lecturer  in  Science  and Te c h n o l o g y   S t u d i e s   a t   S a ? d   B u s i n e s s   S c h o o l , University of Oxford.  Ann Dale  is Professor in the Science, Technology, and Environment Division at Royal  Roads  University.  She  is  a  Trudeau  Fellow and holds a Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Community Development.NOVEMBER256 pages, est., 6 x 9?12 b/w photos, 15 tables, 11 chartsISBN 0-7748-1213-3hc $85.00SUSTAINABILITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT SERIESA Dynamic BalanceSocial Capital and Sustainable Community DevelopmentEdited by Ann Dale   and  Jenny OnyxA  Dynamic  Balance   aims  to  illustrate  the  links between  two  normally  disparate  literatures  ?social  capital  and  sustainable  development  ?within  the  overall  context  of  local  community development.  This  book  illuminates  the  impor -tance  of  understanding  the  social  dimension of  sustainability  and  how  it  can  be  mobilized  at the  community  level.  This  is  shown  by  applied research  in  a  number  of  small,  predominantly rural Australian and Canadian communities.Given  the  number  of  small  communities  in  both countries  struggling  to  diversify  from  single-resource  economies  in  a  context  of  increasing globalization,  this  topic  touches  on  several  criti -cal  public  policy  issues.  The  contributors  argue that  communities?  key  strategies  for  responding to  the  issues  they  face  must  be  embedded  in the dialectics of sustainable development. If they are  not,  single-resource  economy  communities will  continue  to  face  ecological,  social,  and  eco -nomic collapse.This  book  will  appeal  to  both  specialists  in  the ?elds  of  social  capital  and  sustainable  develop -ment,  and  to  wider  audiences,  such  as  business administration  students,  development  experts, and public policy decision-makers. Ann Dale  is Professor in the Science, Technology, and  Environment  Division  at  Royal  Roads  Univer -sity.  Jenny Onyx  is Director of the Centre for Aus -tralian Community Organisation and Management at the University of Technology in Sydney.MAY  288 pages, est., 6 x 9?19 ?gures, 8 tablesISBN 0-7748-1143-9hc $85.00SUSTAINABILITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT SERIES? ALSO OF INTERESTAt the EdgeSustainable Development in the 21st CenturyAnn Dale2002, 232 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0837-3, pb $27.95 The Cost of Climate PolicyMark Jaccard, John Nyboer, and Bryn Sadownik2002, 232 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0951-5 , pb $29.95 11ENVIRONMENT  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/ENVIRONMENT RECENTLY RELEASEDBrute Souls, Happy Beasts, and EvolutionThe Historical Status of AnimalsRod Preece?A marvelous scholarly tour de force. Preece is the most learned person in the area writing today.?? Bernard Rollin, author of  Animal Rights and Human Morality  and  The Frankenstein SyndromeIn this provocative inquiry into the status of animals in  human  society  from  the  ?fth  century  BC  to  the present,  Rod  Preece  provides  a  wholly  new  per -spective on the human?animal relationship.Brute  Souls,  Happy  Beasts,  and  Evolution   traces the historical status of animals in western civiliza -tion,  and  shows  that  current  scholarship  in  this area  is  seriously  de?cient.  Preece  par ticularly contests the customary claims: that the Christian doctrine has denied immortality to animals, with the corresponding  implication  that  they  were  thereby denied ethical consideration; that there was a near universal  belief  animals  were  intended  for  human use,  with  the  corresponding  implication  that  they were  not  ends  in  themselves,  and  were  thus  not entitled to ethical consideration; that Charles Dar -win?s theory of evolution had a profoundly positive impact  on  the  way  in  which  nonhuman  animals were  regarded  and  treated;  and  that  the  idea  of the ?happy beast? was merely a trope to condemn humans for their hubris and was not at all a sincere attempt to raise the status of animals.In contrast to prevailing intellectual opinion, Preece argues that a signi?cant number of early Christians were vegetarian; that control of nature was often un -dertaken not at the expense of animals but, in part, out  of  exasperation  at  their  tribulations;  that  the Cartesian conception of animals as automata was largely rejected, especially in the English-speaking world; that Darwin?s theory of natural selection had no appreciable in?uence on the status of animals; and, ?nally, that ?theriophily? ? the notion of animal superiority  over  humans  ?  was  given  greater  cre -dence than is commonly recognized.Rod Preece believes that our ethical responsibilities to  animals  are  ill  served  by  the  current  simplistic and misleading conception of the historical record, and  with  this  book,  attempts  a  signi?cant  rethink -ing of the human?animal relationship.  Brute Souls, Happy Beasts, and Evolution  will be required read -ing for animal scientists, animal philosophers, and animal rights activists who have an interest in the history and philosophy of animal ethics.Rod  Preece  is  Professor  of  Political  Science  at Wilfrid Laurier University. JUNE448 pages est., 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1156-0hc $85.00Shaped By the West WindNature and History in   Georgian BayClaire Elizabeth CampbellForeword by Graeme W ynnNOW IN PAPERBACK? ALSO OF INTERESTAwe for the Tiger, Love for the LambA Chronicle of Sensibility to Animals Rod Preece2002, 420 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0897-7 , pb $29.95Canadian Rights OnlyNEW IN PAPERAnimals and NatureCultural Myths, Cultural Realities Rod Preece1999, 336 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0897-7, hc $29.95 Along the east shore of Ontario?s Georgian Bay lie the Thirty Thousand Islands, a granite archipelago scarred  by  glaciers,  where  the  white  pines  cling to the ancient rock, twisted and bent by the west wind ? a symbol of a region where human history has been shaped by the natural environment. Over the  last  four  centuries,  the  Bay  has  been  visited by some of the most famous ?gures in Canadian history, from Samuel de Champlain to the Group of Seven. This book traces the history of Canadians? reactions  to  and  interactions  with  this  distinctive and often intractable landscape.Beginning  with  a  revealing  analysis  of  the  carto -graphic  history  of  the  Bay,  Campbell  proceeds to  examine  changing  cultural  representations  of landscape  over  time,  shifts  between  resource d e v e l o p m e n t   a n d   re c re a t i o n a l   u s e ,   re c u r r i n g motifs of water and rock in landscape design and representation,  the  evolution  of  regional  identity, and the environmental politics of place. Shaped  By  the  West  Wind   will  appeal  to  readers interested  in  geography,  art  and  design,  literary criticism, environmental studies, and history. Claire  Elizabeth  Campbell  is  Killam  Postdoc -toral  Fellow  in  the  Depar tment  of  History  and Classics at the University of Alberta.2004294 pages, 6 x 9?15 colour photos, 11 b/w photos, 11 maps  ISBN 0-7748-1098-Xhc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1099-8pb $29.9512 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477LAW / ENVIRONMENTWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/ENVIRONMENTRECENTLY RELEASED NOW IN PAPERBACK NOW IN PAPERBACKCanadian Natural Resource and Environmental Policy, Second EditionMelody Hessing,  Michael Howlett, and  Tracy SummervilleIn this new and updated edition, the authors once again  examine  policy  making  in  one  of  the  most signi?cant areas of activity in the Canadian econ -omy  ?  natural  resources  and  the  environment ?  and  discuss  the  evolution  of  resource  policies from  the  early  era  of  exploitation  to  the  present era of resource and environmental management, including the Kyoto Protocol. Using an integrated political  economy  and  policy  perspective,  the book  provides  an  analytic  framework  from  which the foundation of ideological perspectives, admin -istrative  structures,  and  substantive  issues  are explored.  It  offers  an  interdisciplinary  framework with  which  to  think  through  ecological,  political, economic, and social issues. The  integration  of  social  science  perspectives and  the  combination  of  theoretical  and  empirical work  make  this  innovative  book  one  of  the  most comprehensive  analyses  of  Canadian  natural resource  and  environmental  policy  to  date.  It  will be a useful resource for students and teachers of environmental  and  public  policy,  policy  makers, and environmentalists.Melody  Hessing  is  a  faculty  member  of  the Depar tment  of  Sociology  and  Anthropology  at Douglas College.  Michael Howlett  is a Professor in  the  Department  of  Political  Science  at  Simon Fraser University.  Tracy Summerville  is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Northern British Columbia.MAY  384 pages, est., 20 tables, 19 ?gures, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1188-9hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1181-1  pb $34.95Bioregionalism andCivil SocietyDemocratic Challenges to Corporate GlobalismMike CarrCorporate  globalism  is  viewed  by  many  as  an unstoppable juggernaut. But how can an economic system  that  makes  the  world  more  vulnerable  to environmental  degradation,  growing  inequality and poverty, and abuse of political and economic power offer us a viable future? In  Bioregionalism  and  Civil  Society,   Mike  Carr outlines an alternative to the economically, environ -mentally, and politically unsustainable movement of globalization. He argues for the potential of biore -gionalism as a place-speci?c, social, cultural, and community economic movement within democratic civil  society  that  can  stand  in  opposition  to  the homogenizing trends of corporate globalization. By integrating civil society theory with social and natural ecologies, Carr offers a practical approach to creating an economically, environmentally, and culturally  sustainable  world.  Bioregionalism  and Civil  Society   addresses  the  urgent  need  in  indus -trialized societies for both theoretical and practical frameworks that promote new, sustainable meth -ods of living. It is a valuable addition to the ?elds of  green  political  science,  social  change  theory, environmental thought, and radical planning.Mike  Carr   has  been  active  for  decades  in  the social  justice,  peace,  and  ecology  movements, in  addition  to  bioregionalism.  He  teaches  at  the University  of  British  Columbia  and  Simon  Fraser University.2004344 pages, 8 maps, 2 b/w photos, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-0944-2hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-0945-0pb $29.95This Elusive LandWomen and the Canadian   EnvironmentMelody Hessing,  Rebecca Raglon, and  Catriona Sandilands, EditorsThis  Elusive  Land   introduces  the  literature  about women and the environment in Canada. It looks at the ways women integrate the social and biophysi -cal settings of their lives, and features a range of contexts in which gender mediates, inspires, and informs a sense of belonging to and in this land.This  volume  reveals  the  signi?cance  of  women?s experiences in various landscapes and addresses a number of questions: How are women politically active  in  developing  environmental  and  resource policy?  How  are  women?s  positions  in  the  family, the  community,  and  the  labour  force  mediated by  the  environment?  What  would  a  feminist  envi -ronmental perspective look like, especially in the Canadian  context?  And  ?nally,  and  perhaps  most importantly,  does  a  feminist  perspective  enable us  to  better  know,  understand,  and  value  the Canadian environment, and if so, how?A  timely  and  highly  relevant  discussion  of  the  re -lationship  between  gender  and  environment,  this book also covers the ways in which both physical and social landscapes continue to evolve.Melody  Hessing   is  a  faculty  member  of  the Depar tment  of  Sociology  and  Anthropology  at Douglas College.  Rebecca Raglon  teaches in the Department of English at the University of British Columbia.  Catriona Sandilands  is an associate professor in the Faculty of Environmental Studies and  Canada  Research  Chair  in  Sustainability  and Culture at York University.2004  408 pages, 3 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1106-4hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1107-2pb $34.9513ENVIRONMENT  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/ENVIRONMENT Second GrowthCommunity Economic Development in Rural British ColumbiaSean Markey,  John Pierce, Kelly Vodden, and  Mark RoselandB r o a d   p o l i t i c a l   a n d   e c o n o m i c   c h a n g e s   a r e d r a m a t i c a l l y   re s h a p i n g   r u r a l   a n d   s m a l l - t o w n c o m m u n i t i e s   i n   B r i t i s h   C o l u m b i a   a n d   a c ro s s Canada.  Increasingly,  much  of  the  responsibility for  community-based  prosperity  and  survival  is falling to communities themselves.This book is drawn from a three-year participatory research  project  with  four  communities  in  British Columbia:  two  municipalities  (Salmon  Arm  and 100 Mile House/South Cariboo) and two Aboriginal communities (the Upper St?at?imc represented by the Lillooet Tribal Council, and the Nuxalk of Bella Coola).  The  ?rst  par t  examines  historical  and contemporary forces of restructuring, linking the way  in  which  rural  communities  have  developed with  the  legacy  of  resource  development  and A b o r i g i n a l   m a rg i n a l i z a t i o n .   T h e   s e c o n d   p a r t presents  the  theoretical  and  practical  dynamics of the community economic development process and  outlines  various  strategies  that  communities can initiate to diversify their local economies. As  rural  and  small-town  communities  struggle  to confront  complex  forces  of  change,  sound  theo -retical frameworks and tested best practices are important  tools  in  facilitating  the  prospects  for second growth.Sean Markey ,  John Pierce ,  Kelly Vodden, and Mark  Roseland   are  members  of  the  Centre  for Sustainable  Community  Development  (formerly the  Community  Economic  Development  Centre) at Simon Fraser University.JANUARY  360 pages, 45 tables, 9 ?gures, 5 maps, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1058-0hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1059-9pb $34.95Intensive Agricultureand SustainabilityA Farming Systems AnalysisEdited by  Glen C. FilsonAs globalization restructures agriculture and rural communities,  the  impacts  of  industrialized  farm -ing  have  captured  public  attention.  Concerns are  mounting  about  food  quality,  manure  runoff, greenhouse  gases,  extra-label  use  of  antibiotics, pesticide  use,  and  rural  con?ict.  This  collection outlines the advantages of farming systems anal -ysis  for  understanding  intensive  agriculture  and for evaluating its sustainabilty.Contributors look at the major environmental and social  problems  connected  with  intensive  farm -ing.  They  outline  trade-offs  between  pro?tability and  environmental  sustainability,  and  provide case  studies  that  analyze  farming  systems.  The book  concludes  that  rural  con?ict  and  govern -ment  regulation  are  likely  to  continue  unless  the public joins with farmers to help fund stewardship practices and stabilize farm incomes.The  magnitude  and  complexity  of  the  problems posed  by  intensive  agriculture  make  interdis -ciplinary  analyses  of  the  linkages  among  the social,  environmental,  and  economic  aspects  of farming  ever  more  vital.  This  book  will  appeal  to ?eld practitioners, agricultural and environmental policy analysts, geographers, and those scholars and  students  weary  of  the  pervasive  production-oriented disciplinary focus that typi?es most agri -cultural research.Glen  C.  Filson   is  Associate  Professor  of  Rural Extension Studies at the University of Guelph.2004  252 pages, 23 tables, 14 ?gures, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1104-8hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1105-6pb $29.95SUSTAINABILITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT SERIESBiotechnology UngluedScience, Society, and Social CohesionEdited by  Michael D. MehtaProponents of biotechnology claim that advances in this technology will create a better world. While some innovations in biotechnology provide signi? -cant  bene?ts  to  particular  users,  the  impacts  of these  technologies  on  society  are  often  poorly understood. Can biotechnology threaten the social fabric by weakening, even if temporarily, the social cohesion of society?Biotechnology Unglued  explores this question in a well-considered investigation of the effects of tech -nology on social cohesion. This collection of eight case studies shows how particular applications in agricultural, medical, and forensic biotechnology affect the social cohesiveness of agricultural com -munities, citizens of the developed and developing world, consumer groups, scienti?c communities, and  society  in  general.  These  impacts  may  be regional and sectoral, national, or global in nature, or speci?c to particular scienti?c communities. These essays make a signi?cant contribution to the ?elds of sociology, agriculture, biotechnology, and environmental studies, and will be indispensible to scholars, policy makers, rural development agen -cies,  farmers,  and  non-governmental  organiza -tions. Its engaging and accessible style will appeal to  anyone  interested  in  the  social  dimensions  of biotechnology.Michael  Mehta   is  Associate  Professor  in  the Department of Sociology and the chair of the So -ciology of Biotechnology Program at the University of Saskatchewan.MARCH  208 pages, 6 ?gures, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1133-1hc $85.00NOW IN PAPERBACK NOW IN PAPERBACK RECENTLY RELEASED14 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477ENVIRONMENT  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/ENVIRONMENT RECENTLY RELEASEDThe 1985 Paci?c Salmon TreatySharing Conservation Burdens and Bene?tsM.P. Shepard and  A.W. ArgueFor thousands of years, Paci?c salmon have been the focus for the economic and social development of societies, both ancient and modern, around the rim of the North Paci?c Ocean, including Canada and the United States. Beginning late in the 19th century and culminating in the 1985 Paci?c Salmon Treaty, Canada and the United  States  carried  out  long  and  contentious negotiations to provide a framework for coopera -tion  for  conserving  and  sharing  the  vitally  impor -tant  Paci?c  salmon  resource.  The  1985  Paci?c Salmon Treaty  traces the history of the tumultuous negotiations, providing an insider?s perspective on the many complex issues that were addressed. It concludes with a brief assessment of the treaty?s per formance  under  the  dif?cult  economic  and environmental circumstances that have prevailed in the ?shery since 1985. This  incisive  work,  with  its  unique  historical  per -spective, will be of great interest to the Canadian and  United  States  ?shing  communities  affected by  the  treaty,  to  the  general  public,  politicians, and  ?sheries  specialists  in  both  countries  con -cerned  with  stewardship  of  natural  resources, and  to  scholars  of  international  law  and  regional history. M.P.  Shepard  was  a  technical  advisor  to  the Paci?c Salmon Treaty negotiations from 1958 to 1976, and negotiator from 1977 to 1983.A.W. Argue  was a technical advisor during treaty negotiations and after implementation in 1985. JUNE  304 pages, 6 x 9?  38 ?gures, 14 tables  ISBN 0-7748-1141-2hc $85.00Birds of Ontario:   Habitat Requirements, Limiting Factors, and StatusAl Sandilands  Illustrated by  Ross JamesLiterature  on  the  life  history  of  birds  is  abundant and  knowledge  continues  to  grow.  But  there  are few  reference  documents  that  compile  this  infor -mation so it is readily available without conducting extensive literature searches.In  this  book,  information  on  habitat,  limiting  fac -tors,  and  status  is  summarized  for  eighty-four species  of  nonpasserines  that  occur  regularly  in Ontario.  These  topics  are  covered  for  the  three primary  avian  seasons:  breeding,  migration,  and winter.  Habitat,  nest  sites,  territoriality,  site  ?del -ity,  annual  reproductive  effort,  habitat  loss  and degradation,  environmental  contaminants,  and  a variety of other topics are covered in the species accounts. A map depicting breeding and wintering range is presented for each species, and illustra -tions by Ross James accompany each listing.This  will  be  an  essential  reference  for  wildlife  bi -ologists, environmental consultants, and planners preparing or reviewing environmental impact state -ments  and  environmental  assessments.  Serious birders will ?nd it of interest as well. Although the book focuses on Ontario birds, it is highly relevant to adjacent provinces and states.Al  Sandilands   is  Senior  Ecologist  and  principal of  Gray  Owl  Environmental  Inc.  His  formal  learn -ing focused on ?sheries and aquatic entomology but, through his long-time interest in birds, he has evolved  into  a  wildlife  biologist.  For  most  of  his career, he has been an environmental consultant. Ross James , an ornithologist by profession, has practiced bird illustration for over forty years.MARCH   366 pages, 84 line drawings, 88 maps, 8 x 10?ISBN 0-7748-1066-1  hc $95.00RECENTLY RELEASEDThe Behavior and Ecology of Paci?c Salmon and TroutThomas P. Quinn?No book on salmon and salmon ecosystems is as well integrated or as up-to-date as this one. Quinn has  brought  together  a  wealth  of  information  on salmon behavior, life history, and ecology.? ?  Peter  Bisson,  Paci?c  Northwest  Research  Sta -tion, US Forest Service Few subjects have generated as much emotional dialogue  around  con?icting  scienti?c  and  policy agendas  as  the  protection  and  management  of Paci?c salmon resources. In this major new work, Thomas Quinn distills from the vast scienti?c litera -ture the essential information on the behaviour and ecology of Paci?c salmon, including steelhead and cutthroat  trout,  covering  the  complete  life  cycle. Representing the range of species and geographic regions,  Quinn  includes  examples  from  classic studies of salmon biology and from the most cur -rent  research  to  illustrate  salmon  life  history  and behaviour as well as the complex physical, biologi -cal, and human factors that affect them. This thorough, up-to-date survey should be on the shelf  of  anyone  with  a  professional  or  personal interest  in  Paci?c  salmon  and  trout.  It  will  appeal to  a  wide  range  of  readers,  including  students, anglers,  biologists,  conservationists,  legislators, and armchair naturalists.Thomas P. Quinn  is Professor of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences at the University of Washington.FEBRUARY  320 pages, 190 illus., 64 in colour, 8 x 10?ISBN 0-7748-1127-7  hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1128-5pb $44.95A VAILABLE   IN   THE  US  FROM  U NIVERSITY   OF  W ASHINGTON  P RESS .RECENTLY RELEASED15GEOGRAPHYWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/GEOGRAPHY Geography of British Columbia, Second EditionBrett McGillivray Why is British Columbia unique within Canada? What physical processes have made  this  province  so  rugged  and  produced  such  remarkable  variation  in climate and vegetation? Why did non-Natives come to British Columbia, and what impact did they have on First Nations? Why did so many Asian immigrants come to this province and then leave for other parts of Canada? How were resources  developed  in  the  past  and  how  are  those  resources  developed today? This updated edition of  Geography of British Columbia  discusses these and many other aspects of the growth of this distinctive province. Brett McGillivray focuses ?rst on the combination of physical processes that produced a spectacular variety of mountains, rivers, lakes, islands, fjords, forests, and minerals, explaining the forces that created the province and the natural hazards that can reshape it. A concise examination of BC historical geography  follows,  covering  First  Nations  ways  of  life,  colonization,  Asian immigration, and the bitter history of institutionalized racism. The second half of the book contains a detailed description of the economic geography  of  the  province,  with  chapters  on  forestry,  the  salmon  ?shery, metal  mining,  energy  supply  and  demand,  agriculture,  water,  and  the  tour -ism industry. It addresses the present-day issues of urbanization, economic development, and resource management, providing a thorough background to these topics and suggesting what the future might hold. This newly updated and comprehensive exploration of the rich historical ge -ography and development of British Columbia will be welcomed by teachers, students, scholars, and everyone with an interest in the province. Brett McGillivray  teaches geography of British Columbia at Capilano Col -lege, North Vancouver. NOVEMBER248 pages, est., 8 x 10?approx. 16 b/w photos, 75 tables, 150 ?gures, including mapsISBN 0-7748-1253-2hc $95.00 ISBN 0-7748-1254-0pb $39.95 P APERBACK   AVAILABLE   IN  C ANADA   ONLY .? ALSO OF INTERESTVanishing British ColumbiaMichael Kluckner2005, 224 pages, 220 colour illus., 130 b/w illus., 22 maps ISBN 0-7748-1125-0, pb $49.95See page 28The Vancouver AchievementUrban Planning and DesignJohn Punter2003, 480 pages, 67 b/w photos, ISBN 0-7748-0972-8, pb $39.95  Contents1   British Columbia: A Region of Regions2   Physical Processes and Human Implications3   Geophysical Hazards: Living with Risks 4   Modifying the Landscape: The Arrival of Europeans5   First Nations and their Territories: Reclaiming the Land6   The Geography of Racism: The Spatial Diffusion of Asians7   Resource Management in a Changing Global Economy8   Forestry: The Dominant Export Industry9   The Fishing Industry: Managing a Mobile Resource10   Metal Mining: The Opening and Closing of Mines11   Energy: Supply and Demand12   Agriculture: The Land and What Is Produced13   Water: An Essential Resource14   Tourism: A New and Dynamic Industry15   Single-Resource Communities: Fragile Settlements16   Urbanization: A Summary of People and Landscapes in TransitionGlossary16 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477MEDIA STUDIES  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/MEDIA STUDIESMorals and the Media, Second EditionEthics in Canadian JournalismNick Russell Confronted daily with decisions on how to present their stories, what to write and  what  not  to  write,  journalists  and  the  media  are  frequently  accused  of sensationalizing,  of  choosing  to  report  the  bad  news,  and  of  misquoting those they review.In this substantially updated edition of  Morals and the Media , Nick Russell ad -dresses many of the concerns the public has about the media as he examines why the media behave the way they do. He also discusses how values have been developed and applied and suggests value systems that can be used to  judge  special  situations.  This  revised  edition  covers  the  many  changes in the Canadian media in the last decade, including further concentration of media ownership, media convergence, online journalism, the rise of the web log, and the tightening economic pressures on the industry as a whole.While much of the debate in this ?eld has focused on conditions in the United States,  Russell  points  out  that  the  ethical  issues  that  arise  in  Canada  are often substantially different from those in the US. In the US individuals have the protection of the First Amendment, but it is the very different Charter of Rights and Freedoms that determines the rights of Canadians, and also the laws that relate to the media.Morals  and  the  Media   will  be  of  great  value  in  journalism  courses  and  an important resource for journalists, as it offers criteria for analyzing complex situations and reaching justi?able decisions. Finally, it will be of interest to the general reader, as it gives insights into how the media work and provides a yardstick by which to judge their performance. Nick Russell  is a former journalist who taught in the School of Journalism at the University of Regina and now lives in Victoria. SEPTEMBER268 pages, 8 x 10?53 ?guresISBN 0-7748-1089-0pb $39.95P APERBACK   AVAILABLE   IN  C ANADA   ONLYContentsIntroduction Part 1: The Framework1   Values and Evaluation2   The Nature of News3   The Role of the Media4   Freedom of the Press Part 2: The Pressures5   The Media and Money6   Con?ict of Interest7   Pack Journalism and Celebrity Journalism8   Manipulating the Media9   Naming Names and Revealing Sources10   To Press or to Suppress?11   Playing Fast and Loose with the Truth Part 3: The Pitfalls, Potholes, and Impediments12   Fair Game: The Media and Privacy13   Blood and Guts: The Media and Violence14   The Naughty Bits: The Media and Sex 15   Hide the Paper: The Media and Language16   Different Media: Different ProblemsPart 4: Renewal17   Righting Writing Wrongs18   Codes of ConductConclusion17HEALTH / SOCIAL WORKWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/SOCIAL WORK As  North  America?s  ethnic  populations  increase, health care and social service workers are recog -nizing the need to be more aware of the particular needs of their ethnic patients in order to provide cul -turally sensitive and effective treatment programs. This newly revised edition of  Cross-Cultural Caring: A Handbook for Health Professionals  describes Viet -namese, Cambodian, Laotian, Chinese, Japanese, Iranian, South Asian, and Central American ethno-cultural groups. It stresses the need to understand both the cultural beliefs and daily life issues facing immigrants,  such  as  work,  income,  child-rearing, and aging, all of which impinge on health. Re?ecting the questions health professionals most often  ask  about  immigrant  groups,  each  chapter describes  one  ethno-cultural  group,  discussing such  issues  as  childbir th,  mental  illness,  dental care,  hospitalization,  and  death,  as  well  as  home country culture, common reasons for emigrating, and challenges in adjusting to a new culture. With its  wealth  of  practical  information,  this  book  will be  par ticularly  useful  to  those  working  directly with immigrants and refugees, such as health care providers and administrators, teachers and school administrators, and social workers, and will also be of  interest  to  medical  students,  sociologists,  and anthropologists.Nancy  Waxler-Morrison   is  Associate  Profes -sor,  Emerita,  of  social  work  and  sociology  at  the University of British Columbia.  Joan M. Anderson  is  a  professor  of  nursing  at  the  University  of  Brit -ish  Columbia.  Elizabeth  Richardson   is  a  social worker  with  the  Ministry  of  Social  Services  and Family  Development,  British  Columbia.  Natalie A.  Chambers   was  born  and  raised  in  London, England,  and  holds  an  MA  in  anthropology  from Simon Fraser University.  ContentsIntroduction:  A Perspective on Culturally Sensitive Health Care1   People of Central American Descent2   People of Chinese Descent3   People of Cambodian and Laotian    Descent4   People of Iranian Descent5   People of Japanese Descent6   People of South Asian Descent7   People of Vietnamese Descent8   Refugees in CanadaConclusion:  Delivering Culturally Sensitive Health CareAUGUST320 pages, est., 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1255-9hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1025-4pb $29.95P APERBACK   AVAILABLE   IN  C ANADA   ONLYCross-Cultural Caring, Second EditionA Handbook for Health ProfessionalsEdited by Nancy Waxler-Morrison, Joan M. Anderson,   Elizabeth Richardson, and Natalie A. ChambersBuilding Health Promotion CapacityAction for Learning, Learning from ActionScott McLean,  Joan Feather,   and  David Butler-JonesBuilding  Health  Promotion  Capacity   explores  the professional  practice  of  health  promotion,  and the  ways  individuals  and  organizations  become more effective in supporting and undertaking such practice. The concepts of ?capacity? and ?capacity-building?  are  used  to  structure  this  exploration. Capacity refers to those qualities or characteristics that enable people to do something.The  book  is  based  on  the  Building  Health  Pro -m o t i o n   C a p a c i t y   P ro j e c t   ( 1 9 9 8 ? 2 0 0 3 ) ,   w h i c h was  designed  to  study  the  process  of  capacity development  through  taking  action  to  enhance health  promotion  capacity  in  Saskatchewan.  For health promotion practitioners, this book provides a  coherent  framework  for  effective  professional practice  in  the  ?eld.  Leaders  in  health  sector organizations will acquire a greater understanding of how to support health promotion practice and of how to recruit and develop individual practitioners. Policy makers will learn characteristics of environ -ments that are supportive of the health promotion capacity of individuals and organizations. Scholars will  acquire  an  understanding  of  the  nature  of health promotion capacity and a methodology for studying such capacity.Scott McLean  is Professor and Associate Dean of  Extension  at  the  University  of  Saskatchewan. Joan Feather  recently retired from the position of Coordinator of the Prairie Region Health Promotion Research Centre.  David Butler-Jones  is the ?rst Chief Public Health Of?cer of Canada.MARCH  152 pages, 7 tables, 11 ?gures, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1150-1hc $65.00RECENTLY RELEASED? ALSO OF INTERESTFirst Do No HarmMaking Sense of Canadian Health ReformTerrence Sullivan and Patricia M. Baranek2002, 120 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1016-5, pb $16.95 18 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477POLITICSWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/POLITICS RECENTLY RELEASEDRacing to the Bottom?Provincial Interdependence in the Canadian FederationEdited by Kathryn Harrison Governing Ourselves?The Politics of Canadian CommunitiesMary Louise McAllisterPopular  rhetoric  suggests  that  the  21st  century has  ushered  in  an  era  of  homogeneity.  Urbaniza -tion,  globalization,  amalgamation,  media  con -g l o m e r a t i o n ,   a n d   t e c h n o l o g i c a l   c o n v e rg e n c e have become familiar terms. Given the pressures of  integration  and  assimilation,  how  are  people within communities able to make decisions about their  own  environment,  whether  individually  or c o l l e c t i v e l y ?   To   w h a t   e x t e n t   c a n   t h e y   g o v e r n themselves? Governing Ourselves?  explores issues of in?uence and  power  within  local  institutions  and  decision-making  processes  using  numerous  illustrations from municipalities across Canada. It shows how communities large and small, from Toronto to Iqal -uit, have distinctive political cultures and therefore respond differently to changing global and domes -tic environments. Case studies of Prince George, Sherbrooke,  Saint  John,  and  Kitchener-Waterloo are used to illuminate historical and contemporary challenges to local governance. This  stimulating  book  covers  traditional  topics such as government structures and institutions and intergovernmental relations. It also reaches more broadly into areas of inquiry relevant to geography, urban planning, environmental studies, public ad -ministration, sociology, and Canadian studies. Mary Louise McAllister  is Associate Professor in  the  Department  of  Environment  and  Resource Studies, University of Waterloo. 2004352 pages, 6? x 9??ISBN 0-7748-1062-9hc $85.00  ISBN 0-7748-1063-7  pb $39.95RECENTLY RELEASED? ALSO OF INTERESTRedrawing Local Government BoundariesJohn Meligrana, Ed.2004, 256 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0934-5, pb $29.95 Globalization and Well-BeingJohn F. Helliwell2003, 104 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0993-0, pb $19.95 ?This  book  gives  researchers  the  opportunity  to understand how specialists in other disciplines and with different points of view understand the issue of provincial interdependence. A very important topic, of immediate concern to policy makers, written by well-known experts: a winning combination.?? Ron Kneebone, co-author of  Past (In)Discretions: Federal and Provincial Fiscal Policy in CanadaThe spectre of a ?race to the bottom? is increasingly prominent in debates about globalization and also within federal systems, where the mobility of both capital and individuals prompts fears of inter-juris -dictional  competition.  This  volume  asks  whether Canadian provinces are racing to the bottom and, if so, with what consequences? Contributors offer a rich theoretical and empirical picture  of  interprovincial  competition  in  several different policy ?elds. Contrary to dire predictions of a downward spiral in provincial standards, the au -thors ?nd that Canadian provinces have continued to increase their taxes on capital, maintained and occasionally  increased  environmental  standards, restrained  their  reliance  on  subsidies  to  attract investment, and successfully increased welfare ben -e?ts and excise taxes in at least some periods. In explaining the provinces? resistence to a race to the bottom, it is noteworthy that, in addition to capital, ideas  and  information  also  ?ow  freely  within  a  na -tional political community. Governments, activists, and individual voters thus look to the benchmarks set by other jurisdictions, and the resulting upward pressure  for  emulation  can  counteract  downward pressures from mobile actors.This  timely,  practical  volume  will  be  of  interest  to public  policy  practitioners,  as  well  as  to  students and scholars of economics and political science.Kathryn  Harrison   is  Associate  Professor  in  the Department of Political Science at the University of British Columbia, and author of  Passing the Buck: Federalism and Canadian Environmental Policy .NOVEMBER288 pages, est., 59 ?gures, 8 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1225-7hc $85.0019POLITICSWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/POLITICS Cabinets and First MinistersGraham WhiteW h a t   p l a c e   d o   f i r s t   m i n i s t e r s ,   a l o n g   w i t h   t h e cabinets  they  select,  have  in  democratic  life  in Canada?  Has  cabinet  really  become  just  a  focus group for the prime minister? Do political staff and central  agency  bureaucrats  enhance  or  diminish democracy? In an accessible, thorough, and balanced fashion, Graham  White  examines  the  concentration  of power  in  cabinet  and  the  prime  minister?s  of?ce. Taking  the  view  that  explaining  our  Westminster-style  government  as  a  benign  dictatorship  is  an oversimpli?cation,  Cabinets and First Ministers  pro -vides an honest assessment of current conditions. White renders a clear account of the development, structure,  and  operation  of  cabinet,  and  the  role of the ?rst ministers at the federal, provincial, and territorial  levels.  He  fur ther  discusses  how  the processes that support cabinet are affected by the considerable power of the ?rst minister and looks at the ways in which they allow for the involvement of other elected members and the public.Keeping in mind the core concerns of the Canadian Democratic  Audit,  White  also  examines  ?rst  min -isters  and  cabinets  with  an  eye  to  accountability and transparency. His cogent analysis does much to explain this much-scrutinized aspect of our de -mocracy, and points the way to realistic proposals for its improvement.Graham White  is a professor of political science at the University of Toronto.MAY224 pages, 8 tables, 5? x 8??ISBN 0-7748-1158-7hc $65.00CANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDIT SERIESCommunication TechnologyDarin BarneyWhen the Internet began to emerge as a popular new  mode  of  communication,  many  observers surmised  that  it  would  revolutionize  our  demo -cratic institutions. Today, voter turnout levels are at historic lows, while Internet usage is at historic highs. Can we still make the claim, then, that new i n f o r m a t i o n   a n d   c o m m u n i c a t i o n   t e c h n o l o g i e s (ICTs)  enhance  democratic  life  in  Canada?  How have  communication  technologies  affected  the distribution  of  power  and  practice  of  politics  in Canadian society? In  Communication Technology , Darin Barney inves -tigates the links between ICTs and our democracy. Framing his discussion around the Canadian Demo -cratic  Audit?s  central  concerns  of  inclusiveness, public  participation,  and  responsiveness,  Barney argues  that  the  potential  of  ICTs  to  contribute  to a  more  democratic  political  system  will  remain largely  untapped  unless  the  more  conventional dimensions of Canadian politics, the economy, and modes of governance are re-oriented.C o m m u n i c a t i o n   Te c h n o l o g y   p o s e s   s o m e   p ro -vocative  questions  about  the  state  of  Canadian democracy  and  the  place  of  ICTs  in  shaping  and improving  it.  Students  of  political  science  and media  studies,  as  well  as  those  with  an  interest in understanding the activist potential of ICTs will ?nd this book particularly compelling. D a r i n   B a r n e y   i s   C a n a d a   R e s e a rc h   C h a i r   i n Technology  and  Citizenship  and  a  professor  of communication studies at McGill University.MAY  224 pages, 5? x 8??ISBN 0-7748-1182-Xhc $65.00CANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDIT SERIESThe CourtsIan Greene208 pages, est.Available Spring 2006, hc $65.00NOW IN PAPERBACKAdvocacy GroupsLisa Young and  Joanna Everitt188 pages, 7 tables, 5? x 8??  ISBN 0-7748-1110-2, hc $65.00ISBN 0-7748-1111-0, pb $22.95CitizensElisabeth Gidengil,  Andr? Blais,  Neil Nevitte,  and  Richard Nadeau224 pages, 27 ?gures, 5? x 8??  ISBN 0-7748-0919-1, hc $65.00ISBN 0-7748-0920-5, pb $22.95ElectionsJohn C. Courtney224 pages, 2 ?gures, 2 tables, 5? x 8??  ISBN 0-7748-0917-5, hc $65.00ISBN 0-7748-0918-3, pb $22.95FederalismJennifer Smith208 pages, 5? x 8??  ISBN 0-7748-1060-2, hc $65.00ISBN 0-7748-1061-0, pb $22.95LegislaturesDavid Docherty240 pages, 31 tables, 5? x 8??  ISBN 0-7748-1064-5, hc $65.00ISBN 0-7748-1065-3, pb $22.95Political PartiesWilliam Cross218 pages, 17 tables, 16 ?gures, 5? x 8??  ISBN 0-7748-0940-X, hc $65.00ISBN 0-7748-0941-8, pb $22.95RECENTLY RELEASED RECENTLY RELEASEDCanadian Democratic Audit FORTHCOMING, SPRING 2006The CourtsIan Greene20 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477POLITICS  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/POLITICSMulticultural NationalismCivilizing Difference, Constituting CommunityGerald KernermanInsiders and OutsidersAlan Cairns and the Reshaping   of Canadian CitizenshipEdited by  Gerald Kernerman   and  Philip Resnick? M ul t i cu l tu r a l  N a ti o n a li s m   m a ke s   a n   im p o r t a n t contribution  to  debates  about  national  unity  and diversity in Canada. Kernerman persuasively shows how  the  problematic  logic  of  thinking  in  terms  of dichotomies is not only woven into the political and public debates, but can also be detected in the ide -alized and abstract works of political philosophers such as Charles Taylor and Will Kymlicka.?? Avigail Eisenberg, co-editor of  Painting the Maple: Race, Gender, and the Construction of CanadaCanadian citizenship has long been characterized in opposition to that of our southern neighbour as a ?mosaic? instead of a ?melting pot.? Acceptance of  minority  ethnic,  racial,  religious,  cultural,  and linguistic  groups  has  largely  been  seen  as  key  to our sense of what it means to be Canadian. Such multiplicity, however, has given rise to ongoing de -bates over equality, diversity, identity, and unity.This  groundbreaking  work  interrogates  and  ex -pands  the  accepted  modes  of  thinking  through Canadian citizenship. Drawing on feminist and post -colonial theorists, Gerald Kernerman undertakes a discourse  analysis  of  Canadian  constitutional  and policy  documents,  public  speeches,  and  media texts.  He  examines  and  critiques  what  he  sees as  the  two  major  competing  understandings  of how  Canada  ought  to  manage  its  diversity,  both of  which  seek  to  de?ne  an  overarching  notion  of Canadian unity: on the one hand, the argument for differentiated  citizenship,  or  ?difference,?  and  on the  other,  the  case  for  universal  and  undifferenti -ated  citizenship,  or  ?equality.?  Positing  that  each of  these  positions  ends  at  the  same  impasse  in its  preoccupation  with  the  challenges  diversity represents  for  cohesion  and  stability,  Kernerman proposes an alternative ? a post-nationalist multicul -turalism that does not attempt to ask, or answer, the thorny ?unity? question. An  important  contribution  to  the  critical  literature on Canadian politics, citizenship, and multicultural -ism,  Multicultural Nationalism  will appeal to political scientists and philosophers, as well as those with an  interest  in  critical  race  theory,  liberal  multicul -turalism, and law and society. G e r a l d   K e r n e r m a n   is  Assistant  Professor  in the  Department  of  Political  Science  at  York  Uni -versity.AUGUST  160 pages, est., 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1000-9hc $75.00LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESInsiders and Outsiders  appraises the work of Alan Cairns, one of the most in?uential Canadian social scientists  of  the  contemporary  period.  Few  have helped  shape  so  many  key  debates  in  such  a wide range of topics in Canadian politics, from the electoral system and federalism to constitutional and  Charter  politics,  to  questions  of  Aboriginal citizenship. This volume contains engaging and critical analy -ses of Cairns? contributions by a well-known team of scholars. It includes appraisals of his role as a public  intellectual,  his  interpretation  of  Canada?s electoral system, his views on federalism and on Canadian  unity,  his  approach  to  Aboriginal/non-Aboriginal relations, and his writings on citizenship and diversity. The book will appeal to students and scholars of Canadian politics, history, and society, especially those  examining  issues  such  as  the  Charter  of Rights and Freedoms, Aboriginal politics, political institutions,  and  political  change.  It  should  also appeal  to  politically  engaged  readers  who  share Cairns?  concerns  with  broad  questions  of  citizen -ship, diversity, and national unity. Gerald Kernerman  is Assistant Professor in the Department of Canadian Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University.  Philip  Resnick   is  Professor  in  the Department  of  Political  Science  at  the  University of British Columbia.2004  378 pages, 7 ?gures, 7 tables, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1068-8hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1069-6pb $29.95RECENTLY RELEASED NOW IN PAPERBACK? ALSO OF INTERESTShifting BoundariesAboriginal Identity, Pluralist Theory, and the Politics of Self-GovernmentTim Schouls2003, 240 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1047-5 , pb $24.95Citizens PlusAboriginal Peoples and the Canadian StateAlan C. Cairns2002, 288 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0768-7, pb $29.9521POLITICSWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/POLITICS In Defence of Multinational CitizenshipSiobh?n Harty and  Michael Murphy ? An ideal undergraduate textbook, it is also a must-read for anyone wishing to understand the internal plurality of contemporary societies.?? James Tully, co-editor of  Multinational   DemocracyAt the beginning of the 21st century, there is now a pressing need to develop new forms of citizenship to meet demands for self-determination advanced by  substate  nations  and  indigenous  peoples.   In Defence  of  Multinational  Citizenship   responds  to this  challenge  by  making  a  compelling  case  for a  new  form  of  multinational  citizenship.  Such  a conception  would  provide  equal  recognition  to th e  ci tiz ensh ip  reg imes   of  sta te  a nd  sub stat e nations  through  a  democratic  argument  for  self-determination at the substate level, and a revised conception  of  state  sovereignty  that  is  divided and  shared.  Drawing  from  both  existing  liberal nationalist and cosmopolitan theories of citizenship and  self-determination,  as  well  as  selected  case studies  of  self-determination  within  multinational states,  Siobh?n  Harty  and  Michael  Murphy  have c r a f t e d   a n   a l t e r n a t i v e   m u l t i n a t i o n a l   m o d e l   o f citizenship that puts forth guidelines for how often competing  nations  can  coexist  peacefully  within the borders of a state.A sharp and insightful book,  In Defence of Multina -tional Citizenship  will have much to offer nationalist and  Aboriginal  leaders,  academics,  and  policy makers who study the issue of justice and equality in multinational states.Siobh?n Harty  is Senior Policy Advisor in Strate -gic  Policy,  Social  Development  Canada.  Michael Murphy   is  Research  Associate  at  the  Institute of  Intergovernmental  Relations  and  Lecturer  in the  Depar tment  of  Political  Studies  at  Queen?s University.JUNE 2005208 pages, est., 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1199-4hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1200-1pb $32.95C ANADIAN   RIGHTS   ONLYPro-Family Politics and  Fringe Parties in CanadaChris MacKenziePro-Family  Politics  and  Fringe  Parties  in  Canada explores the organizational and ideological nature of  political  parties  that  are  initially  formed  to  do the  work  of  social  movements.  It  examines  the Family  Coalition  Party  of  British  Columbia  (FCP) from  its  origins  as  an  alienated  sub-group  in  the Social Credit Party to its rebirth as the Unity Party of British Columbia, and through its struggles as a marginal political entity along the way. While  addressing  the  FCP?s  relationship  to  the l a rg e r   N o r t h   A m e r i c a n   p ro - f a m i l y   m o v e m e n t , Chris  MacKenzie  also  demonstrates  the  party?s organizational  similarity  to  its  ideological  antith -esis,  the  Green  Party.  Drawing  on  seven  years of  ?eld  research,  he  identi?es  the  obstacles  that political parties involved in social movement work must  overcome  in  order  to  achieve  their  goals. He  concludes  that  such  party/movements  have a limited political life, as the challenges they face inevitably push them towards mainstream political institutionalization. Consequently, their only realis -tic  goal  may  be  to  merge  their  ideals  with  those of another, larger political body. This book makes a substantial contribution to our understanding  of  the  genesis,  development,  and impact  of  political  party/movements  in  Canada. Moreover, it provides useful insight into the dynam -ics and issues that make up the current pro-family movements in Canada and the United States. Chris MacKenzie  teaches in the Department of Anthropology  and  Sociology  at  the  University  of British Columbia. MARCH  304 pages, 4 tables, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1096-3hc $85.00RECENTLY RELEASED RECENTLY RELEASED? ALSO OF INTERESTRepresentation and Democratic TheoryDavid Laycock2004, 304 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1079-3, pb $29.95Liberalism, Nationalism, CitizenshipEssays on the Problem of Political CommunityRonald Beiner2002, 240 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0988-4, pb $29.95 22 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477POLITICS  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/POLITICSCare fairRethinking the Responsibilities and Rights of CitizenshipPaul KershawWe  often  think  that  care  is  personal  or  intimate, w h e re a s   c i t i z e n s h i p   i s   p o l i t i c a l   a n d   p u b l i c .   I n Care fair, Paul Kershaw urges readers to resist this private/public  distinction  by  interrogating  care  in the context of patriarchy, racial suppression, and class prejudice. The book develops a convincing case for treating caregiving as a matter of citizen -ship that obliges and empowers all in society.Carefair   is  motivated  by  the  rise  of  duty  dis -c o u r s e s ,   w h i c h   u rg e   r e n e w e d   a p p r e c i a t i o n for  obligations  in  civil  society.  From  a  feminist perspective,  Kershaw  argues  that  convergence between  these  discourses  signals  the  possibility for compromise in favour of policies that will deter men  from  free-riding  on  female  care.  He  recom -mends  amendments  to  Canadian  parental  leave, child care, and employment standards as part of a caregiving analogue to workfare.Carefair  explores  the  place  of  private  caregiving in  social  inclusion,  the  possibility  that  privileged breadwinners  suffer  some  exclusion,  as  well  as a  detailed  blueprint  for  more  public  investment in  work-family  balance.  It  will  appeal  to  policy makers  and  activists  interested  in  ideas,  as  well as  to  theorists  with  a  pragmatic  bent,  especially students of citizenship, the welfare state, and the sociology of the family. Paul  Kershaw   is  a  professor  in  the  Faculty  of Graduate  Studies  at  the  University  of  British  Co -lumbia and a faculty member in the Human Early Learning Partnership.MAY  240 pages, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1160-9hc $85.00Social Policy and theEthic of CareOlena HankivskyThe  feminist  ethic  of  care  has  received  much attention  in  scholarly  circles  recently.  An  ethic of  care  is  concerned  most  of  all  with  contextual -izing  the  human  condition,  being  responsive  to people?s individual differences through a particular form of engagement, and taking into account the consequences  of  decisions  in  terms  of  relieving burdens,  hurt,  or  suffering.  Although  the  theory continues to develop, less attention has been paid to its practical implications. To date, the relation -ship between care ethics and public policy in the Canadian context has not been investigated. In  Social  Policy  and  the  Ethic  of  Care ,  Hankivsky considers the implications of this ethic for a range of Canadian social policy issues. Through a series of  case  studies,  she  demonstrates  the  extent  to which  a  care  orientation  differs  from  a  justice orientation, and provides an alternative normative framework  for  interpreting,  understanding,  and evaluating social policy.  Social Policy and the Ethic of Care  bridges the gap between theoretical and public  policy  analysis  in  revealing  why  Canadian social policy is lacking and how it could be made more effective by including an ethic of care. This interdisciplinary text is essential reading for schol -ars  and  students  of  gender  or  feminist  studies, philosophy, political theory, and social policy. Olena  Hankivsky   is  Associate  Professor  in  the D e p a r t m e n t   o f   P o l i t i c a l   S c i e n c e ,   a n d   A d j u n c t Professor in the Department of Women?s Studies at Simon Fraser University.2004  188 pages, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1070-Xhc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1071-8pb $29.95RECENTLY RELEASEDIf I Had a HammerRetraining That Really WorksMargaret Hillyard LittleThis book is about poor women, many of them sin -gle mothers, Aboriginal, or both, who have de?ed the  odds  to  become  apprenticing  carpenters.  To do so they have juggled child-care schedules, left abusive  partners,  and  kicked  drug  habits  to  par -ticipate  in  a  unique  intensive  retraining  program. Through the voices of the women participants and their  instructors,  Little  analyzes  the  program  to reveal  the  struggles  and  triumphs  of  low-income women. She demonstrates that there is a desper -ate need for retraining programs that provide real oppor tunities  for  economic  independence.  She also  argues  that,  in  an  era  of  workfare  and  time-limited  welfare,  such  programs  are  an  effective strategy for welfare reform. If  I  Had  a  Hammer   ?lls  a  gap  in  current  literature on retraining and welfare policy and contributes to social policy that transcends its Canadian context. Drawing on her years as a journalist, Little writes in an accessible manner that will engage the general public and students. The book will be widely used in courses on politics, women?s studies, sociology, labour studies, social work, and economics. ?An outstanding book. It will be widely used by those interested  in  the  welfare  state  and  labour  market issues,  as  well  those  in  urban  Aboriginal  studies, where it has much to say that is very valuable.?--Jim Silver, Chair of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, ManitobaMargaret Hillyard Little  teaches Political Studies and Women?s Studies at Queen?s University.2004  192 pages, 14 b/w photos, 4 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1118-8hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1119-6pb $24.95NOW IN PAPERBACK NOW IN PAPERBACK23HISTORYWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/HISTORYThe Middle Power ProjectCanada and the Founding of the United NationsAdam Chapnick ?A fresh and critically important alternative to much of  the  literature  on  Canadian  foreign  policy  and diplomatic history during this period. I think that it will become an essential source for understanding Canada?s involvement in developing the United Na -tions organization.?? Tom Keating, author of  Canada and World Order , 2nd editionThe  Middle  Power  Project  describes  a  de?ning period of Canadian and international history. During the Second World War, Canada transformed itself from  British  dominion  to  self-proclaimed  middle power.  It  became  an  active,  enthusiastic,  and idealistic  participant  in  the  creation  of  one  of  the longest lasting global institutions of recent times: the  United  Nations.  This  was,  in  many  historians? opinions, the beginning of a golden age of Canadian diplomacy.Chapnick  suggests  that  the  golden  age  may  not have been so lustrous. During the UN negotiations, Canadian  policymakers  were  more  cautious  than i d e a l i s t i c .   T h e   c i v i l   s e r v i c e   w a s   i n e x p e r i e n c e d and  often  internally  divided.  Canada?s  signi?cant contributions were generally limited to the much ne -glected economic and social ?elds. Nevertheless, creating  the  UN  changed  what  it  meant  to  be  Ca -nadian. Rightly or wrongly, from the establishment of the United Nations onward, Canadians would see themselves as leading internationalists. Based on materials not previously available to Ca -nadian scholars,  The Middle Power Project  presents a critical reassessment of the traditional and widely accepted  account  of  Canada?s  role  and  interests in the formation of the United Nations. It will be be read carefully by historians and political scientists, and will be appreciated by general readers with an interest in Canadian and international history.Adam  Chapnick   is  a  Social  Sciences  and  Hu -manities Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow and Lecturer in History at Carleton University.NOVEMBER240 pages, est., 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1247-8hc $85.00Canada and the Endof EmpirePhillip Buckner Sir  John  Seeley  once  wrote  that  the  British  Em -pire  was  acquired  in  a  ??t  of  absence  of  mind.? Whatever the truth of this comment, it is certainly arguable  that  the  empire  was  dismantled  in  such a  ?t.  Canada  and  the  End  of  Empire   deals  with the  implications  to  Canada  and  Canadians  of British  decolonization  and  the  end  of  empire  ?particularly during the period of rapid disengage -ment during the 1950s and 60s.Contributors not only look at the political and diplo -matic pressures behind the dismantling of empire, but they also embrace a broad range of themes, including the changing economic relationship with Great Britain, the role of educational and cultural institutions  in  maintaining  the  British  connection, the Suez Crisis, the royal tour of 1959, the deci -sion  to  adopt  a  new  ?ag  in  1964,  the  efforts  to ?nd a formula for repatriating the constitution, the Canadianization of the Royal Canadian Navy, and the attitudes of First Nations to the changed nature of the Anglo-Canadian relationship.An  impor tant  addition  to  the  growing  canon  of empire  studies  and  imperial  history,  Canada  and the End of Empire  will be of interest to historians of the Commonwealth, and to scholars and students interested in the relationship between colonialism and nationalism.Phillip Buckner  is Professor Emeritus of History at  the  University  of  New  Brunswick  and  Senior Research Fellow at the University of London.2004  352 pages, 4 ?gures, 1 table, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-0915-9hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-0916-7pb $29.95NOW IN PAPERBACK? ALSO OF INTERESTA Trading NationCanadian Trade Policy from Colonialism to Globalization Michael Hart2002, 576 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0895-0, pb $29.95 24 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477HISTORY  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/HISTORYRECENTLY RELEASEDCommanding CanadiansThe Second World War Diaries of A.F.C. LayardEdited by Michael Whitby?There is NOTHING in print anywhere that captures a sense of the whole war at sea from 1939-45, let alone the Atlantic war, like this book. It is a remark -able  document,  revealing  the  routine  of  daily  life for a naval of?cer and providing unique insight into the  later  stages  of  anti-submarine  warfare  in  the Second World War.?? Marc Milner, author of  Battle of the AtlanticCommanding Canadians  is the ?rst comprehensive personal account ? British or Canadian ? that cov -ers the entire inshore anti-U-boat campaign in Euro -pean waters during the Second World War. Rescued from the archives, the diary of Commander Arthur Layard affords the reader insights into the experi -ences  of  command  at  sea  against  German  naval forces. Far from a daily chronicle, this remarkably full  and  honest  diary  outlines  Layard?s  thoughts on his daily life and his naval career, including the strain and responsibility associated with command at sea in wartime. As well as shedding light on the inshore anti-subma -rine campaign, the diary also discusses signi?cant events,  such  as  the  invasions  of  North  Africa  and Normandy and convoys to Russia; encounters with important personalities; the sinking of submarines and  his  own  command;  and  the  ?nal  surrender  of German U-boats. A consummately well-researched work,  Command -ing  Canadians   will  appeal  to  both  naval  scholars, as well as to general readers interested in military history.Michael  Whitby   is  Senior  Naval  Historian  at  the Canadian National Defence Headquarters.S EPTEMBER320 pages, 30 b/w photos, 3 maps, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1193-5hc $85.00STUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY   Published in association with the Canadian War MuseumThe Soldiers? GeneralBert Hoffmeister at WarDouglas E. DelaneyForeword by  J.L. GranatsteinSelf-doubt  so  plagued  him  that  he  suf fered  a nervous  breakdown  even  before  ?ghting  his  ?rst combat  action.  But,  by  the  end  of  the  Second World  War,  Ber t  Hoffmeister  had  exorcised  his anxieties,  risen  from  Captain  to  Major-General, and  won  more  awards  than  any  Canadian  of?cer in the war. Moreover, he earned a reputation as a fearless commander on the battle?eld ? one who led from the front, one well loved by those he led. How did he do it?The  Soldiers?  General   explains  how  Hoffmeister conducted his business as a military commander. With  an  astute  analytical  eye,  Delaney  carefully dissects Hoffmeister?s numerous battles to reveal how he managed and how he led, how he directed and  how  he  inspired.  An  exemplary  leader,  Hoff -meister  stood  out  among  his  contemporaries, not  so  much  for  his  technical  ability  to  move  the chess pieces well, but rather for his ability to get the chess pieces to move themselves. The  most  comprehensive  and  accessible  study of  any  Canadian  military  commander  to  date, The  Soldiers?  General  will  appeal  as  much  to  the student  of  military  history  as  it  will  to  anyone  in search of a good story.Douglas  E.  Delaney  is  Assistant  Professor  of History  at  the  Royal  Military  College  of  Canada, and  Infantry  Of?cer  (Princess  Patricia?s  Canadian Light Infantry).APRIL320 pages, est., 21 b/w photos, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1148-Xhc $85.00STUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORYPublished in association with the Canadian War Museum? ALSO OF INTERESTFrigates and ForemastsThe North American Squadron in Nova Scotia Waters 1745-1815Julian Gwyn2003, 224 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0911-6, pb $29.95The Halifax Explosion and the Royal Canadian NavyInquiry and Intrigue John Grif?th Armstrong2002, 256 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0891-8, pb $24.9525HISTORYWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/HISTORYNEW PRICE!Prisoners of the Home FrontGerman POWs in Southern Quebec, 1940-46Martin F. Auger Saints, Sinners, and SoldiersCanada?s Second World WarJeffrey A. Keshen Little  is  known  of  the  internment  of  German  pris -oners  of  war,  civilians  and  merchant  seamen  on Canadian soil during the Second World War. In the midst  of  the  most  destructive  con?ict  in  human history, almost 40,000 Germans were detained in twenty-?ve permanent internment camps and doz -ens of smaller work camps located across Canada. Five  of  these  permanent  camps  were  located  on the  southern  shores  of  the  St.  Lawrence  River  at Farnham, Grande Ligne, ?le-aux-Noix, Sherbrooke, and Sorel in the province of Quebec.Martin Auger?s book provides a fascinating insight into the internment operation in southern Quebec. The study examines the organization and day-to-day affairs of internment camps, and offers an in-depth analysis of the experience of the German prisoners who inhabited these camps. The author shows how the  pressures  of  internment,  such  as  restricted mobility, sexual deprivation, social alienation, and the  lack  of  material  comfor t  created  impor tant psychological  and  physical  strains  on  inmates.  In response,  Canadian  authorities  introduced  labour p ro j e c t s   a n d   e d u c a t i o n a l   p ro g r a m s   t o   u p h o l d morale,  to  thwart  internal  turmoil,  and  to  prevent escapes.  These  initiatives  also  aimed  to  expose German  prisoners  to  the  values  of  a  democratic society  and  prepare  their  postwar  reintegration. The author concludes that Canada abided with the provisions  of  the  Geneva  Convention,  and  that  its treatment of German prisoners was humane. Prisoners  of  the  Home  Front   sheds  light  on  life behind  Canadian  barbed  wire.  The  study  ?lls  an important  void  in  our  knowledge  of  the  Canadian home  front  during  the  Second  World  War  and  fur -thers our understanding of the human experience in times of war. OCTOBER256 pages, est., 8 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1223-0hc $85.00STUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY  Published in association with the Canadian War Museum?Jeffrey  Keshen?s  Saints,  Sinners,  and  Soldiers  is  an  extraordinary  look  at  how  Canadians  lived, loved,  and  worked  on  the  homefront  during  the Second World War.?? J.L. Granatstein, author of  Canada?s Army: Wag -ing War and Keeping the PeaceIt was the ?Good War.? Its cause was just; it ended the  depression;  and  Canada?s  contribution  was nothing  less  than  stellar.  Canadians  had  every reason to applaud themselves and the heroes that made the nation proud. But the dark truth was that not all Canadians were saints or soldiers. Indeed, many were sinners. The  ?rst-ever  synthesis  of  both  the  patriotic  and the  problematic  in  wartime  Canada,  S aints,  Sin -ners,  and  Soldiers   shows  how  moral  and  social changes,  and  the  fears  they  generated,  precipi -tated numerous, and often contradictory, legacies in  law  and  society.  From  labour  con?icts,  to  the black market, to prostitution, and beyond, Keshen acknowledges the underbelly of Canada?s Second World War, and demonstrates that the ?Good War? was a complex tapestry of social forces ? not all of  which  were  above  reproach.  Essential  to  both military and social historians,  Saints, Sinners, and Soldiers  will also prove fascinating to anyone inter -ested in the evolution of Canada?s social fabric. Jeffrey  A.  Keshen  is  a  member  of  the  Depart -ment of History at the University of Ottawa. 2004  416 pages, 31 b/w photos, 8 ?gures, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-0923-X hc $34.95STUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY  Published in association with the Canadian War Museum? ALSO OF INTERESTCanadians Behind Enemy Lines, 1939-1945Roy MacLaren2004, 352 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1100-5, pb $25.95 26 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477HISTORY  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/HISTORYRECENTLY RELEASEDNegotiating Identities in 19th- and 20th-Century MontrealEdited by Bettina Bradbury and Tamara Myers ?This book combines a number of key topics that greatly enhance historians? understanding of Mon -treal?s cultural diversity. Scholars with a wide range of  interests  ?  those  studying  identity  formation, the  public/private  divide,  agency  and  regulation, consumer  behavior,  and  collective  memory  ?  will ?nd this an illuminating and valuable volume.?? Alan Gordon, author of  Making Public Pasts: The Contested Terrain of Montr?al?s Public MemoriesNegotiating  Identity  in  19th-  and  20th-Century Montreal   illuminates  the  cultural  complexity  and richness  of  a  modernizing  city  and  its  people. The chapters focus on sites where identities were forged and contested over critical decades in the city?s history. Readers will discover the link between the production of identity, place, and historical mo -ment, as they meet vagrant women, sailors in port, unemployed  men  of  the  Great  Depression,  elite families,  widows,  youth,  students,  shopkeepers, and female smokers as well as reformers, notaries, social  workers,  and  educational  authorities.  Col -lectively, the contributors explore the intermediate spaces  between  the  state,  the  voluntary  sector, and the people, probing the in-between institutions of  reform,  shelter,  education,  and  control,  and  of the  processes  that  took  people  between  homes and cemeteries, between families and shops, and onto the streets.This  book  will  be  of  interest  to  a  wide  range  of social and cultural historians, critical geographers, students of gender studies, and those wanting to know  more  about  the  fascinating  past  of  one  of Canada?s most lively cities.Bettina Bradbury  is a member of the History and Women?s Studies Departments at York University. Tamara  Myers   is  a  member  of  the  Department of History at the University of Winnipeg.SEPTEMBER336 pages, est., 21 b/w photos, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1197-8hc $85.00Fight or PaySoldiers? Families in the Great WarDesmond Morton?Our slogan has always been ?Fight or Pay.? We call upon the people to enlist or help others enlist. We sometimes say: ?If you cannot put the ?I? into ?ght, put the ?pay? into patriotism,? and that serves as a slogan on any platform.? --  Sir  Herber t  Ames,  founder  of  the  Canadian Patriotic Fund The Great War exists in the collective memory of Canadians  as  a  tragic  war.  Characterized  by  the brutality of trench warfare, the First World War is remembered largely for the immense sacri?ce in life and limb of Canadian soldiers. In  Fight or Pay , renowned historian Desmond Morton turns his eye to the stories of those who paid in lieu of ?ghting ? the wives, mothers, and families left behind when soldiers went to war.A pan-Canadian story,  Fight or Pay  brings to light the lives of thousands of valiant women whose sac -ri?ces have been overlooked in previous histories of the Great War. It is also an incisive and honest look at the beginnings of a social welfare system that Canadians have come to think of as intrinsic to citizenship. Social and military historians, scholars of gender studies, descendants of First World War families,  and  anyone  with  an  interest  in  popular history will ?nd Morton?s tale a rich addition to the landscape of Canadian history.Desmond Morton  is Hiram Mills Professor in the Department of History at McGill University.SEPTEMBER 2004  326 pages, 6 x 9?20 b/w illus.  ISBN 0-7748-1108-0  hc $39.95STUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORYPublished in association with the Canadian War Museum? ALSO OF INTERESTCanada and QuebecOne Country, Two HistoriesRobert Bothwell1998, 296 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0653-2, pb $29.95 27HISTORYWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/HISTORYNOW IN PAPERBACKA History of Migration from Germany to Canada, 1850-1939Jonathan Wagner?A very important book ? the ?rst, in fact, looking at this subject. The narrative is clearly written and it  would  interest  both  those  studying  immigration and ethnic history, as well as the German-Canadian reading public.??   A l e x a n d e r   F re u n d ,   C h a i r,   G e r m a n - C a n a d i a n Studies, University of WinnipegHuman  migration  ?gures  prominently  in  modern world  history.  Virtually  all  habitable  areas  of  the e a r t h   a n d   a l l   n a t i o n   s t a t e s   h a v e   e x p e r i e n c e d such  movement.  In  Canada?s  history,  migration has  always  played  a  signi?cant  role.  Although  the migrations of Canada?s French and English peoples have received much attention, far less regard has been paid to the country?s other ethnic immigrants. Among  these,  the  Germans,  who  compose  Cana -da?s  third-largest  European  ethnic  minority,  have been one of the most neglected. This  book  remedies  some  of  that  de?ciency  by describing the migration from Germany to Canada over the period from 1850 to 1939. The narrative and  analysis  considers  why  Germans  selected Canada as their receiving land, how the Canadian government both perceived and solicited them as immigrants,  why  they  left  Germany,  who  assisted them  in  leaving,  and  ?nally,  how  they  crossed  the ocean to Canada. In  concerning  itself  with  the  German  context  as much  as  with  developments  in  Canada,  the  book offers a new, more complete approach to German-Canadian immigration. As such, it should appeal to students of German Canadiana, as well as to those interested in Canadian ethnic history, and European and modern international migration. Jonathan Wagner  teaches in the Department of History at Minot State University.OCTOBER352 pages, est., 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1215-Xhc $85.00Hometown HorizonsLocal Responses to Canada?s Great WarRobert RutherdaleRobert Rutherdale shows how the everyday lives of people in very different local settings were affected by their perceptions of a distant war. Drawing on extensive archival sources and daily newspapers of  the  period,  he  brings  us  into  the  communities of Lethbridge, Alberta, Guelph, Ontario, and Trois-Rivi?res,  Quebec,  where  involvement  in  the  war effort and the subsequent stories of the war helped shape Canada?s collective memory.The  making  of  Canada?s  home  front  was  experi -enced,  fundamentally,  through  local  means.  City parades, military send-offs, public school events, women?s  war  relief  efforts,  and  other  local  exer -cises  staged  in  hometown  settings  became  the parochial windows through which a distant war was viewed. Rutherdale also addresses the important social  and  cultural  debates  that  emerged  from this  time,  including  the  demonization  of  enemy aliens,  the  crossing  of  gender-  and  class-based boundaries,  state  authority  and  citizenship,  and commemoration and social memory. Hometown  Horizons   contributes  to  a  growing body  of  work  on  the  social  and  cultural  histories of  the  First  World  War,  and  this  history,  of  a  war as  seen  from  the  home  front,  will  ?nd  an  eager readership  among  social  and  military  historians, cultural  studies  scholars,  and  anyone  interested in wartime Canada.Robert  Rutherdale   is  a  member  of  the  Depart -ment of History at Algoma University College.2004  360 pages, 16 b/w photos, 10 ?gures, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1013-0hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1014-9pb $29.95? ALSO OF INTERESTImagining DifferenceLegend, Curse, and Spectacle in a Canadian Mining TownLeslie A. Robertson2004, 320 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1093-9Undelivered Letters to Hudson?s Bay Company Men on the Northwest Coast of America, 1830-57Judith Hudson Beattie and Helen M. Buss, eds.2003, 512 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0974-4, pb $29.95 28 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477HISTORY  WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/HISTORYRECENTLY RELEASED NEW IN PAPERVanishing British ColumbiaMichael Kluckner? Vanishing British Columbia  evokes the province?s material  heritage  through  words  and  images  in a  most  original  way.  Michael  Kluckner  goes  well beyond  the  legacy  of  the  dominant  society  and incorporates Aboriginal, Doukhobor, Chinese, and Japanese sites. He demonstrates a ?ne grasp both of the entirety of the province and of its speci?cs, not  easily  acquired  in  as  spatially  diverse  and complex a place as is British Columbia.?? Jean Barman, writer and historian The  old  buildings  and  historic  places  of  British Columbia  form  a  kind  of  ?roadside  memory,?  a tangible  link  with  stories  of  settlement,  change, and  abandonment  that  re?ect  the  great  themes of  our  history.  With  small  towns  declining  and  old rural  properties  changing,  so  little  of  the  history of  these  places  has  been  recorded  in  museums or  archives,  and  so  much  of  it  may  disappear  as families disperse and memories dim. More than a decade ago, Michael Kluckner began painting  these  dots  on  his  personal  map  of  the province  in  a  watercolour  sketchbook.  In  1999, after he put a few of the sketches on his website, a  network  of  correspondents  emerged  that  even -tually  led  him  to  the  family  letters,  photo  albums, and memories ? all from a disappearing era of the province.  Vanishing British Columbia  is a record of these places and the stories they tell. It combines engaging and insightful historical commentary with over  160  of  the  author?s  original  paintings.  It  has an  exceptional  assor tment  of  historic  imagery, including  old  postcards,  architectural  plans,  and photographs. T h e   s t u d y   o f   ro a d s i d e   m e m o r y   d e m o n s t r a t e s the  visceral  connection  that  people,  especially those  who  are  part  of  the  rural-to-urban  diaspora of  modern  times,  have  for  the  sites  of  their  fam -ily  memories.  On  a  grander  scale  this  approach leads to a broader understanding of more abstract historical themes and of the province?s history and culture.  It  also  presents  a  compelling  argument for  stewardship  of  regional  history  in  the  face  of urbanization and globalization.Michael Kluckner  is a writer, artist, and heritage activist who has spent decades exploring the high -ways and byways of British Columbia. His published works  include  Vancouver  the  Way  It  Was ,  Paving Paradise ,  Vanishing Vancouver ,  The Pullet Surprise: A Year on an Urban Farm , and  Canada: A Journey of  Discovery .  He  is  also  a  regular  contributor  to Canadian  Geographic   and  Harrowsmith  Country Life .  He  lives  on  a  small  farm  in  Langley,  British Columbia,  dividing  his  time  between  art,  culture and agriculture.FEBRUARY  224 pages, 8? x 11?  220 colour illus., 130 b/w illus., 22 maps  ISBN 0-7748-1125-0hc $49.95Selling British ColumbiaTourism and Consumer Culture, 1890?1970Michael Dawson? I n   S e l l i n g   B r i t i s h   C o l u m b i a ,   M i c h a e l   D a w s o n takes a creative approach to the study of tourism in  Canada.  He  makes  a  good  case  for  looking at  the  tourist  trade  from  the  perspective  of  the image-makers,  showing  how  tourism  promoters stimulated consumer demand. Drawing from a vast array of sources and contributing to the growing ?eld of tourism studies, this book will speak to an international audience.??  Karen  Dubinsky,  Professor  of  History,  Queen?s University.Selling  British  Columbia   examines  the  develop -ment  of  the  tourist  industry  in  British  Columbia throughout  the  20th  century.  Looking  at  tourism from  an  innovative  perspective,  Michael  Dawson shows  how  the  province?s  Aboriginal  and  British c u l t u re s   w e re   c o m m o d i f i e d   a n d   m a r k e t e d   t o potential  tourists,  and  examines  the  promotional campaigns of the periodDawson  argues  that  in  order  to  understand  the roots  of  the  fully-?edged  consumer  culture  that developed in Canada, it is necessary to understand the connections between the 1930s, 1940s, and the  postwar  era.  He  underlines  the  signi?cance of  the  Depression  and  the  Second  World  War ? ostensibly periods of ?underconsumption? -- for the  development  of  tourism  promotion  and  con -sumerism in general.Michael  Dawson   teaches  in  the  Department  of History at St. Thomas University in Fredericton.2004  292 pages, 30 ?gures, 7 tables, 2 maps, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1054-8hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1055-6pb $29.95? ALSO OF INTERESTJourney to the Ice AgeDiscovering an Ancient WorldPeter L. Storck2004, 376 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1028-9, pb $39.9529HISTORYWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/HISTORYLongitude and EmpireHow Captain Cook?s Voyages Changed the WorldBrian W. RichardsonNo  one  had  travelled  like  Captain  Cook,  and  no one can again. Before his three voyages, the world was uncertain and dangerous; after them, it was clear and safe. While the voyages are not explicitly works  of  political  philosophy,  they  are  political philosophy by other means, offering new ways of thinking about the world and about the place of hu -man beings in that world. Written as a conceptual ?eld guide to the voyages,  Longitude and Empire  offers a signi?cant rereading of both the voyages and of modern political philosophy.The Paci?c was a test case for a new way of know -ing  and  relating  to  the  world.  As  the  culmination of global exploration, Cook?s voyages became the ideal, and it is through Cook, after Cook, that Eu -rope regrouped what knowledge they already had, and returned to the world with new epistemological and political expectations.This fascinating and informative account of Captain Cook?s  voyages  and  how  they  affected  Europe?s world  view  will  engage  historians,  geographers, ethnographers,  Cook  enthusiasts,  and  anyone with an interest in epistemology or how the world was mapped.Brian Richardson  is a graduate of the University of Victoria and received a PhD in Political Science from  the  University  of  Hawaii.  He  is  currently  a librarian at Windward Community College in Hawaii and is editing a collection of Hawaiian myths and legends.MAY  256 pages, 30 b/w illus., 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1189-7hc $85.00The Dominion and the Rising SunCanada Encounters Japan, 1929?41John D. Meehan?This book makes a signi?cant original contribution as  the  only  detailed  treatment  of  Canada?s  rela -tions  with  Japan  during  this  period.  The  subject is  important,  providing  balance  as  it  does  to  the usual  concentration  on  the  North  Atlantic  as  the focus of Canada?s external relations.?? John Hilliker, author of  Canada?s Department of External AffairsThe Dominion and the Rising Sun  is the ?rst major study of Canada?s diplomatic arrival in Japan and, by extension, East Asia. It examines the political, economic, and cultural relations forged during this seminal period between the foremost power in Asia and  the  young  dominion  tentatively  establishing itself in world affairs. The  book  begins  with  the  opening  in  1929  of the  Canadian  legation  in  Tokyo  --  Canada?s  third such  of?ce  overseas  --  and  concludes  with  the outbreak  of  hostilities  in  1941.  Primarily  a  diplo -matic history, the book also assesses the impact of  traders,  interest  groups,  and  missionaries on  Canadian  attitudes  toward  Japan  during  the interwar  years.  More  fundamentally,  it  examines Canada?s diplomatic coming of age closely, reveal -ing its important Paci?c dimension and the tension between  Canada?s  commitment  to  peace  and  its trade with an aggressor.John D. Meehan  is Assistant Professor of History at Campion College, University of Regina.2004  272 pages, 22 b/w photos, 2 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1120-Xhc $85.00,ISBN 0-7748-1121-8pb $29.95RECENTLY RELEASED NOW IN PAPERBACK NOW IN PAPERBACKCCF Colonialism in Northern SaskatchewanBattling Parish Priests, Bootleggers, and Fur SharksDavid M. QuiringSaskatchewan?s Co-operative Commonwealth Fed -eration (CCF), the forerunner of the NDP, is often remembered  for  its  humanitarian  platform  and pioneering social programs. But during the twenty years  it  governed,  it  wrought  a  less  scrutinized legacy in the northern regions of the province. Until the 1940s, churches, fur traders, and other in?uential newcomers held ?rm control over Sas -katchewan?s northern region. Following its rise to power in 1944, the CCF made aggressive efforts to unseat these traditional powers and install a new socialist economy and society in largely Aboriginal communities. The next two decades brought major changes  to  the  region  as  well-meaning  govern -ment  planners  grossly  misjudged  the  challenges that confronted the north and failed to implement programs  that  would  meet  its  needs.  The  CCF effectively  created  a  colonial  apparatus,  impos -ing its own ideas and plans in those communities without consulting residents. While it ensured that parish  priests,  bootleggers,  and  ?fur  sharks?  no longer  dominated  the  north,  it  failed  to  establish a workable alternative.David  Quiring  offers  a  fresh  look  at  the  CCF  era. This  examination  will  ?nd  a  welcome  audience among  historians  of  the  north,  Aboriginal  schol -ars,  and  general  readers  interested  in  Canadian history.David M. Quiring  teaches in the Department of History at the University of Saskatchewan.2004  376 pages, 1 map, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-0938-8pb $85.00ISBN 0-7748-0939-6pb $29.9530 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477NATIVE STUDIESWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/NATIVE STUDIESContact ZonesAboriginal and Settler Women in Canada?s Colonial PastEdited by Katie Pickles and Myra Rutherdale Contact Zones  makes a unique contribution to the history of Canadian women in imperialism and colo -nization. Through its attention to Native/Newcomer relations and women?s roles in the colonial project, the  contributors  add  an  important  dimension  to understanding how Canada was colonized and how Aboriginal  and  settler  women  responded  to  new regimes. Race, class, and gender are interrogated within Canada?s imperial and colonial system. The book  challenges  ?xed  dichotomies  concerning the  colonizer  and  the  colonized,  and  reveals  the complexities of the colonial experience.Aboriginal  women  like  Pauline  Johnson,  Bernice Loft,  and  Ethel  Brant  Monture  carved  out  spaces and shaped identities in both worlds. By recogniz -ing  the  necessity  to  ?per form?  they  enchanted and educated white audiences across Canada. At the  same  time  Aboriginal  women?s  bodies  were increasingly  regulated  by  missionaries,  Depar t -ment of Indian Affairs agents, and schoolteachers. Aboriginal  women  were  expected  to  consent  to moral, sexual, and marital rules that white women were beginning to ?ght against. Social space, both private and public, provided the stage upon which the theatre of empire was acted out. Contact Zones  draws upon a vast array of primary sources to provide insight into the ubiquity and per -sistence of colonial discourse, and to demonstrate how  it  ultimately  was  an  embodied  experience. Above all, it shows how the colonial enterprise was about  embodied  contacts.  What  bodies  belonged inside  the  nation,  who  were  outsiders,  and  who transgressed  the  rules  ---  these  are  the  questions at the heart of this provocative book.Katie Pickles  is Senior Lecturer in the School of History at the University of Canterbury.  Myra Ru -therdale  is Assistant Professor in the Department of  History  at  York  University.  Contributors  include Jean Barman, Robin Jarvis Brownlie, Sarah Carter, Jo-Anne  Fiske,  Carole  Gerson,  Cecilia  Morgan, Dianne Newell, Adele Perry, Joan I. Sangster, and Veronica Strong-Boag.OCTOBER256 pages, est., 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1135-8hc $85.00? ALSO OF INTERESTTelling TalesEssays in Western Women?s HistoryCatherine A. Cavanaugh and Randi R. Warne, eds.2000, 372 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0795-4, pb $29.95The Burden of HistoryColonialism and the Frontier Myth in a Rural Canadian CommunityElizabeth Furniss1999, 237 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0711-3, pb $29.95NOW IN PAPERBACKPaddling to Where I StandAgnes Alfred, Qwiqwasutinuxw NoblewomanEdited by Martine J. ReidTranslated by Daisy Sewid-Agnes Alfred (c. 1890-1992) was one of the last great storytellers of her generation. A non-literate Qwiqwasutinuxw noblewoman, she wove her narra -tives from myths, chants, historical accounts, and personal reminiscences.  Paddling to Where I Stand  is  her  ?rst-hand  account  of  the  most  signi?cant period of change she and her people experienced since ?rst contact, and her memoirs ?ow from her urgently  felt  desire  to  pass  on  her  knowledge  to younger generations. Eloquent  and  well  versed  in  the  Kwakwakawakw customs, she sets forth, in the classic oral tradi -tion, the foundations and the enduring pulse of her living culture. She contributes to our understanding of  several  traditional  practices,  including  pre-ar -ranged  marriages  and  the  traditional  potlatch ceremonies. She also shows how a First Nations woman managed to quietly ful?ll her role as a noble matriarch in her ever-changing society, thus provid -ing a role model for those who came after her. Offering stories that are both humorous and mov -ing,  Paddling  to  Where  I  Stand   is  an  original  and fascinating read.Martine J. Reid  is an independent scholar whose interests are in the ?eld of Northwest Coast cultural and aesthetic anthropology.  Daisy Sewid-Smith  is Agnes Alfred?s granddaughter, a cultural historian, and  a  Kwakwakawakw  language  instructor  in  the Faculty of Education at the University of Victoria.2004325 pages, 6 x 9?36 b/w photos,   8 ?gures, 1 map  ISBN 0-7748-0913-2pb $29.9531NATIVE STUDIESWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/NATIVE STUDIES RECENTLY RELEASEDWith Good IntentionsEuro-Canadian and Aboriginal Relations in Colonial CanadaEdited by Celia Haig-Brown and David A. Nock?Hell is paved with good intentions.? ? Samuel Johnson, from  Boswell?s Life of JohnsonWith Good Intentions  examines the work of individu -als of European ancestry and of organizations who worked  with  Aboriginal  people  against  injustice in  Canada  at  a  time  when  colonization  was  most actively occurring. The efforts of these individuals, while noble and sensitive, were insuf?cient to stop exploitation  of  Native  peoples.  Between  the  mid-19th century and the ?rst two decades of the20th, colonization of Aboriginal lands proceeded apace. The  people  discussed  in  this  book  recognized icolonial injustice and worked in a variety of ways to address it, but did not hinder colonization.The book is not an apologist text, nor an effort to argue that some colonizers of Canada were really ?good-hear ted?  people,  although  most  of  those discussed  were  that.  Almost  all  those  discussed had  as  an  overall  goal  the  Christianization  and civilization of Native peoples in Canada.  With Good Intentions  is also not an effort to vindicate wrongs done to Native people and cultures. This  volume  is  an  important  resource  for  anyone interested  in  Canadian  history,  particularly  post-Confederation  history,  and  in  Native  studies  and issues  of  colonization  of  Native  peoples.  It  does much  to  acknowledge  the  additional  complexities of colonization that have not often been considered in  earlier  works,  and  thus  serves  a  decolonizing agenda. This approach is increasingly becoming the focus of study by both Native and non-Native people alike, wherever colonialism has occurred.Celia Haig-Brown  teaches in the Faculty of Educa -tion at York University.  David Nock  teaches in the Department of Sociology at Lakehead University.DECEMBER400 pages, est., 20 b/w illus., 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1137-4hc $85.00Between Justice and CertaintyTreaty Making in British ColumbiaAndrew WoolfordT h e   B r i t i s h   C o l u m b i a   Tre a t y   P ro c e s s   w a s   e s -tablished  in  1992  with  the  aim  of  resolving  the outstanding  land  claims  of  First  Nations  peoples in BC. Since that time, two discourses have been prominent  within  the  treaty  negotiations  taking place between First Nations and the governments of Canada and BC. The ?rst, that of justice, asks how we can remedy the past injustices that were imposed on BC?s First Nations through the removal of their lands and forced assimilation. The second, that of certainty, asks whether this historical repair can occur in a manner that provides a better future for all British Columbians. In  Between Justice and Certainty , Andrew Woolford examines the interplay between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal visions of justice and certainty in the ?rst decade of the BC Treaty Process. Woolford argues that the goal of certainty is overriding the demand for justice in the treaty process, and suggests that greater attention to justice is necessary if we are to  initiate  a  process  of  reconciliation  between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples in BC.Between  Justice  and  Certainty   is  recommended reading  for  sociologists,  anthropologists,  histori -ans, political scientists, legal scholars, and anyone interested in the BC Treaty Process.Andrew  Woolford   is  Assistant  Professor  in  the Depar tment  of  Sociology  at  the  University  of Manitoba.FEBRUARY  240 pages, est., 6 x 9?hc $85.00  ISBN 0-7748-1131-5LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES? ALSO OF INTEREST?Real? Indians and OthersMixed-Blood  Urban  Native  Peoples  and  Indigenous NationhoodBonita Lawrence2004, 328 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1103-XWomen and the White Man?s GodGender and Race in the Canadian Mission Field Myra Rutherdale2002, 224 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0905-1, pb $29.95 32 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477NATIVE STUDIESWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/NATIVE STUDIESKeeping It LivingTraditions of Plant Use and Cultivation on the Northwest Coast   of North AmericaEdited by Douglas Deur and Nancy J. Turner The European explorers who ?rst visited the northwest coast of North America assumed  that  the  entire  region  was  virtually  untouched  wilderness  whose occupants used the land only minimally, hunting and gathering shoots, roots, and  berries  that  were  peripheral  to  a  diet  and  culture  focused  on  salmon. Colonizers  who  followed  the  explorers  used  these  claims  to  justify  the displacement  of  Native  groups  from  their  land.  Scholars  now  understand, however, that Northwest Coast peoples were actively cultivating plants well before they experienced contact with Europeans.  Keeping It Living  tells the story  of  traditional  Northwest  Coast  cultivation  practices,  and  of  how  they came to be overlooked by Europeans. Bringing together some of the world?s most prominent specialists on North -west Coast cultures, this book discusses plant management methods found from  the  Oregon  Coast  to  Southeast  Alaska.  It  looks  at  tobacco  gardens among the Haida and Tlingit, managed camas plots among the Coast Salish of Puget Sound and the Strait of Georgia, estaurine root gardens along the central coast of British Columbia, wapato plot maintenance on the Columbia and Fraser Rivers, and tended berry plots up and down the entire coast.With  contributions  from  ethnobotanists,  archaeologists,  anthropologists, geographers, ecologists, and Native American scholars and elders,  Keeping It Living  documents practices, many quite different from those characteristic of  European  agriculture,  that  involve  manipulating  plants  as  well  as  their environments  in  a  way  that  enhanced  both  the  quantity  and  the  quality  of plant production.Douglas  Deur   is  Assistant  Professor  of  Geography  at  the  University  of Nevada, Reno.  Nancy J. Turner  is Distinguished Professor in Environmental Studies  and  Geography  at  the  University  of  Victoria.  Contributors  include Kenneth  M.  Ames,  E.  Richard  Atleo  (Umeek),  Melissa  Darby,  Douglas  Hal -lett, James T. Jones, Dana Lepofsky, Ken Lertzman, Rolf Mathewes, James McDonald,  Sonny  McHalsie,  Madonna  L.  Moss,  Sandra  Peacock,  Bruce  D. Smith, Robhin Smith, Wayne Suttles, and Kevin Washbrook.OCTOBER384 pages, 42 b/w illus., 16 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1266-4hc $44.95 CROA VAILABLE   IN   THE  US  FROM  U NIVERSITY   OF  W ASHINGTON  P RESS? ALSO OF INTERESTAboriginal Plant Use in Canada?s Northwest Boreal ForestRobin J. Marles et al.1999, 256 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0738-5 pb $25.95Plant Technology of First Peoples of British ColumbiaNancy J. Turner 1998, 255 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0687-7, pb $25.95Food Plants of Interior First PeoplesNancy J. Turner 1997, 224 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0606-0, pb $25.95Food Plants of Coastal First PeoplesNancy J. Turner 1995, 178 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0533-1, pb $25.9533NATIVE STUDIESWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/NATIVE STUDIESProtecting Aboriginal ChildrenChristopher Walmsley Beginning in the 1960s, large numbers of Aboriginal children in Canada were removed from their fami -lies by provincial child welfare services. Known as the  ?Sixties  Scoop,?  the  practice  resulted  in  the destruction  of  individuals  and  the  devastation  of communities. Today, Aboriginal children comprise roughly half of the children in state care in Canada, but since the 1980s, bands and tribal councils have developed  unique  community-based  child  welfare services to better protect Aboriginal children. Protecting  Aboriginal  Children   explores  contem -porary  approaches  to  the  well-being  of  Aboriginal children  through  interviews  with  practising  social workers  employed  at  Aboriginal  child  welfare  or -ganizations  and  the  state  child  protection  service in  British  Columbia.  It  places  current  practice  in a  socio-historical  context,  describes  emerging practice in decolonizing communities, and identi?es the  effects  of  political  and  media  controversy  on social workers. While the dangerous, stressful, and political aspects of the work are not minimized, the creative  and  original  practice  developing  outside the spotlight of media and government scrutiny are highlighted. This engaging book is the ?rst to docu -ment emerging practice in Aboriginal communities and to describe child protection practice simultane -ously from the point of view of both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal social workers. Those  working  in  child  welfare  or  contemplating a  career  in  child  protection  will  ?nd  the  book  an insightful analysis of current practice thinking and experience.  Aboriginal  peoples  with  an  interest  in health and human services, as well as social work students, child welfare workers and administrators, and health, education, and human service profes -sionals will ?nd it particularly useful.Christopher  Walmsley   teaches  in  the  School of  Social  Work  and  Human  Service  at  Thompson Rivers University.SEPTEMBER176 pages, est., 2 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1170-6hc $85.00? ALSO OF INTERESTEarly Childhood Care and Education in CanadaPast, Present, and FutureLarry Prochner and Nina Howe, eds.2000, 334 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0772-5, pb $29.95 RECENTLY RELEASEDFirst Nations Sacred Sites in Canada?s CourtsMichael Lee RossThe sacred sites of indigenous peoples are under increasing threat worldwide. The threat?s origin is traceable  to  state  appropriation  of  control  over their ancestral territories; its increase is fueled by insatiable demands on lands, waters, and natural resources. Because sacred sites spiritually anchor their  relationship  with  their  lands,  and  because their relationship with their lands is at the core of their  identities,  threats  to  sacred  sites  are  effec -tively threats to indigenous peoples themselves.First  Nations  Sacred  Sites  in  Canada?s  Courts   is the  ?rst  work  to  examine  how  Canada?s  courts h a v e   re s p o n d e d .   I n f o r m e d   b y   e l e m e n t s   o f   a general  theory  of  sacred  sites  and  supported  by a thorough analysis of nearly a dozen cases, the book  demonstrates  not  merely  that  the  cour ts have  failed  but  also  why  they  have  failed  to  treat First Nations sacred sites fairly. It suggests ways the  courts  can  improve  upon  their  treatment  of First  Nations  sacred  sites.  Finally,  Ross  argues that  Canada  has  something  profound  at  stake in  the  struggle  of  First  Nations  peoples  for  their sacred sites.This  book  will  be  valuable  to  anthropologists, lawyers, judges, politicians, and anyone interested in  the  evolving  relationship  between  indigenous peoples and the modern state.Michael  Lee  Ross   has  a  law  degree  from  the University of British Columbia and is working on a PhD in philosophy at the University of Toronto. MARCH 2005  256 pages, est., 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1129-3hc $85.0034 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477NATIVE STUDIESWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/NATIVE STUDIESThis  book  is  a  collection  of  the  personal  life  his -tories  of  four  female  St??t?imc  elders:  Beverley Frank,  Ger trude  (Ger tie)  Ned,  Laura  Thevarge, and Rose Agnes Whitley. These elders are among the last remaining ?uent speakers of St??t?imcets, (also  known  as  Lillooet),  a  severely  endangered Nor thern  Interior  Salish  language  spoken  in  the southwest interior of British Columbia. Their stories are  presented  in  the  original  St??t?imcets  as  well as in English translation. In addition, a morpheme-by-morpheme  gloss  is  provided  for  the  purposes of linguistic analysis. These  texts  are  among  the  longest  annotated oral  narratives  for  any  Salish  language.  They  are also  almost  unique  among  First  Nations  narra -tives  in  consisting  of  personal  memories  rather than  of  myths  or  legends.  The  stories  contain historical  information  about  events  in  the  Lillooet area,  the  traditional  St??t?imc  way  of  life,  and  the consequences  of  contact  with  Western  culture. They  provide  ?rst-hand  accounts  of  what  it  was like to be a female child growing up in the 1930s and  1940s  within  St??t?imc  communities  and  in residential schools.When I Was Small -- I Wan Kwikws  will be of interest to  members  of  St??t?imc  communities,  including teachers  and  curriculum  developers,  and  to  lin -guists,  anthropologists,  and  others  studying  the St??t?imc, their culture, and their language.Lisa Matthewson  is Assistant Professor of Linguis -tics at the University of British Columbia.DECEMBER552 pages, est., 4 b/w illus., 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1090-4hc $125.00When I Was Small ? I Wan KwikwsA Grammatical Analysis of St??t?imc Oral   NarrativesEdited by Lisa Matthewson NOW IN PAPERBACKOur Box Was FullAn Ethnography for the Delgamuukw  PlaintiffsRichard DalyFor the Gitksan and Witsuwit?en of northwest Brit -ish  Columbia,  the  land  is  invested  with  meaning that  goes  beyond  simple  notions  of  property  or sustenance.  Considered  both  a  food  box  and  a storage box of history and wealth, the land plays a central role in their culture, survival, history, and identity. In  Our Box Was Full , Richard Daly explores the centrality of this notion in the determination of Aboriginal  rights  with  particular  reference  to  the landmark  Delgamuukw  case.Called  as  an  exper t  witness  for  the  Aboriginal plaintiffs,  Daly,  an  anthropologist,  was  charged with helping the Gitksan and Witsuwit?en to ?prove they existed? and to make the case for Aboriginal self-governance. In order to do this, Daly spent sev -eral years documenting their institutions, system of production and exchange, dispute settlement, and proprietorship before Pax Britannica and colo -nization. He concluded that the plaintiffs continue to live out their rich and complex heritage today, albeit  under  very  different  conditions  from  those of either the pre-contact or fur-trade eras.Our Box Was Full  provides fascinating insight into the  Delgamuukw   case  and  sheds  much-needed light on the role of anthropology in Aboriginal rights litigation.  A  rich,  compassionate,  and  original ethnographic study, the book situates the plaintiff peoples  within  the  ?eld  of  forager  studies  and emphasizes the kinship and gift exchange features that pervade these societies even today. Richard  Daly   is  an  independent  anthropologist who now lives in Norway. 2004  400 pages, 39 b/w photos, 8 maps, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1075-0hc $29.95?   A L S O   I N   T H E   F I R S T   N AT I O N S   L A N G U A G E S SERIESMusqueam Reference GrammarWayne Suttles2004, 632 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1002-5, pb $125.00The Lillooet LanguagePhonology, Morphology, Syntax Jan Van Eijk 1997, 300 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0625-7, hc $75.0035NATIVE STUDIES WWW.UBCPRESS.CA/NATIVE STUDIESRECENTLY RELEASED NOW IN PAPERBACKDo Glaciers Listen?Local Knowledge, Colonial   Encounters, and Social   ImaginationJulie CruikshankDo Glaciers Listen?  examines con?icting depic -tions  of  glaciers  in  North  Amerca?s  far  north -west  to  show  how  natural  and  social  histories are  entangled.  European  visitors  brought  con -ceptions  of  nature  as  sublime,  as  spiritual,  or as  a  resource  for  human  progress.  They  saw glaciers  as  inanimate,  subject  to  empirical investigation  and  measurement.  Aboriginal responses were strikingly different. From their perspectives, glaciers were sentient, animate, and quick to respond to human behaviour.Julie  Cruikshank  demonstrates  how  local knowledge  is  produced,  rather  than  ?discov -ered,?  and  how  oral  histories  conjoin  social and  biophysical  processes.  She  traces  how divergent  views  weave  through  contemporary debates about protected areas, parks and the new World Heritage site that encompasses the area  where  British  Columbia,  the  Yukon  Terri -tory, and Alaska now meet. Students  and  scholars  of  Native  studies  and anthropology  as  well  as  readers  interested  in northern  studies  and  colonial  encounters  will ?nd  Do Glaciers Listen?  a fascinating read and a rich addition to circumpolar literature.Julie  Cruikshank  is  Professor  Emerita  in  the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at the University of British Columbia. MAY 2005  328 pages, 23 b/w illus., 10 maps, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1186-2hc $85.00NOW IN PAPERBACKNegotiated MemoryDoukhobor Autobiographical DiscourseJulie RakThe  Doukhobors,  Russian-speaking  immigrants who began to arrive in Canada in 1899, are known primarily  to  the  Canadian  public  through  the  sen -sationalist  images  of  them  as  nude  protestors, anarchists, and religious fanatics ? representations largely  propagated  by  government  commissions and  the  Canadian  media.  In  Negotiated  Memory,  Julie  Rak  examines  the  ways  in  which  autobio -graphical  strategies  have  been  employed  by  the Doukhobors  themselves  in  order  to  retell  and reclaim their own history.Drawing  from  oral  interviews,  court  documents, government  repor ts,  prison  diaries,  and  media accounts, Rak demonstrates how the Doukhobors employed both ?classic? and alternative forms of autobiography to communicate their views about communal  living,  vegetarianism,  activism,  and spiritual  life,  as  well  as  to  pass  on  traditions  to successive  generations.  More  than  a  historical work,  this  book  brings  together  recent  theories concerning subjectivity, autobiography, and iden -tity, and shows how Doukhobor autobiographical discourse forms a series of ongoing negotiations for  identity  and  collective  survival  that  are  some -times successful and sometimes not. An innovative study,  Negotiated Memory  will appeal to  those  interested  in  autobiography  studies  as well as to historians, literary critics, and students and scholars of Canadian cultural studies.Julie  Rak   teaches  in  the  Department  of  English at the University of Alberta.JANUARY  172 pages, 3 b/w photos, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1031-9pb $29.95Northern ExposuresPhotographing and Filming the Canadian North, 1920-45Peter GellerTo  many,  the  North  is  a  familiar  but  inaccessible place.  Most  of  us  have  never  been  there,  yet images  of  the  region  are  within  easy  reach:  in magazine  racks,  on  coffee  tables,  and  on  televi -sion,  computer,  and  movie  screens.  Here,  Peter Geller uncovers the history behind these popular conceptions of the Canadian North.Northern Exposures  looks at the photographic and ?lm practice of the three major colonial institutions i n   t h e   A rc t i c   a n d   S u b - A rc t i c   - -   t h e   C a n a d i a n g o v e r n m e n t ,   t h e   A n g l i c a n   C h u rc h   o f   C a n a d a , and  the  Hudson?s  Bay  Company  --  in  the  ?rst  half of  the  20th  century.  Their  visual  representations of  the  region  were  widely  circulated  in  of?cial publications  and  presented  in  ?lm  shows  and lantern slide lectures. This book sheds light on 20th-century visual culture and  the  relationship  between  photographic  ways of  seeing  and  the  expansion  of  colonial  power, and  raises  questions  about  the  role  of  visual representation  in  interpreting  the  past.  Illustrated with  eighty-six  images  from  photographs  and ?lms of the period, this book will appeal to those interested in Canadian and cultural history, Northern and  Aboriginal  studies,  ?lm  and  communication, anthropology, and visual culture.P e t e r   G e l l e r   l i v e s   a n d   t e a c h e s   i n   n o r t h e r n Manitoba  and  is  Dean  of  Arts  at  the  University College of the North.2004  280 pages, 86 b/w photos, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-0927-2hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-0928-0pb $29.9536 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477NATIVE STUDIES / ARCHAEOLOGYWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/ARCHAEOLOGYOver  the  last  ten  years  there  has  been  intensive ?eld research in archaeology and paleo-geography in  Haida  Gwaii  (Queen  Charlotte  Islands),  prima -rily  by  federal  agencies  such  as  Parks  Canada, but  also  by  consultants  and  other  independent researchers.  Members  of  the  Haida  Nation  have participated directly in this ?eld work.  Haida Gwaii  presents the results of this research and carefully integrates these results with earlier archaeological, ethnohistorical,  and  paleo-environmental  work  in the region. The book presents as complete a picture as pos -sible  of  past  environments  and  culture  on  Haida Gwaii from the late glacial through the prehistoric and protohistoric periods preceding the period of direct  European  contact.  While  this  is  a  scienti?c text, Haida traditional history is covered to a limited extent through the inclusion of a previously unpub -lished  Haida  origin  myth.  The  collection  makes  a signi?cant contribution to understanding the natural history of Haida Gwaii, from new data on ice retreat, shoreline  and  sea  level  change,  faunal  communi -ties,  and  culture  history,  to  broader  inferences made from these data regarding the late glacial and early post-glacial history of the entire coast.Haida Gwaii  will be of interest to scholars and stu -dents in archaeology and anthropology, and those with  an  interest  in  the  environmental  and  cultural history of Haida Gwaii.Daryl  W.  Fedje   is  an  archaeologist  with  Parks C a n a d a   i n   V i c t o r i a ,   B r i t i s h   C o l u m b i a .   R o l f   W. Mathewes  is Professor of Biological Sciences at Simon Fraser University.OCTOBER4 b/w photos, 35 tables, 86 ?gures432 pages, est., 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-0921-3hc $95.00PACIFIC RIM ARCHAEOLOGY SERIESHaida GwaiiHuman History and Environment from   the Time of Loon to the Time of the Iron PeopleEdited by Daryl W. Fedje and Ralph W. Mathewes NOW IN PAPERBACKTsawalkA Nuu-chah-nulth WorldviewUmeek (E. Richard Atleo)We s t e r n   p h i l o s o p h y   h a s   l o n g   h e l d   s c i e n t i f i c rationalism  in  a  place  of  honour.  Reason,  that particularly  exalted  human  quality,  has  become steadily distanced from the metaphysical aspects of existence, such as spirit, faith, and intuition. In Tsawalk, hereditary chief Umeek introduces us to an alternative indigenous worldview -- an ontology drawn from the Nuu-chah-nulth origin stories. Umeek  develops  a  theory  of  ?Tsawalk,?  meaning ?one,?  that  views  the  nature  of  existence  as  an integrated and orderly whole, and thereby recog -nizes the intrinsic relationship between the physical and spiritual. By retelling and analyzing the origin stories of Son of Raven and Son of Mucus, Umeek d e m o n s t r a t e s   h o w   Ts a w a l k   p ro v i d e s   a   v i a b l e theoretical alternative that both complements and expands the view of reality presented by Western science. Tsawalk, he argues, allows both Western and indigenous views to be combined in order to advance our understanding of the universe. In ad -dition, he shows how various fundamental aspects of Nuu-chah-nulth society are based upon Tsawalk, and what implications it has today for both Native and non-Native peoples. A  valuable  contribution  to  Native  studies,  anthro -pology,  and  philosophy,   Tsawalk  is  a  revitalizing, t h o u g h t f u l   c o m p l e m e n t   t o   We s t e r n   s c i e n t i f i c worldviews. E. Richard Atleo , whose Nuu-chah-nulth name is  Umeek , is a hereditary chief. 2004168 Pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1085-8pb $24.95?   A L S O   I N   T H E   PA C I F I C   R I M   A R C H A E O L O G Y SERIESEmerging from the MistStudies in Northwest Coast Culture HistoryR.G. Matson, Gary Coupland, and Quentin Mackie, eds.2004, 336 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0982-5, pb $39.95Since the Time of the TransformersThe Ancient Heritage of the Nuu-chah-nulth, Ditidaht, and MakahAlan D. McMillan2000, 264 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0701-6, pb $29.95Hidden DimensionsThe Cultural Signi?cance of Wetland Archaeology Kathryn Bernick, ed. 1998, 382 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0633-8, pb $34.9537GENDER STUDIESWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/GENDER STUDIESNOW IN PAPERBACKWhat makes the textual image of a woman with a penis  so  compelling,  malleable,  and  persistent? Although  the  ?gure  of  the  phallic  woman  is  in  no sense  unique  to  our  age,  Every  Inch  a  Woman  takes  note  of  a  proliferation  of  phallic  feminine ?gures in disparate North American and European texts  from  the  end  of  the  19th  century  onwards. This multiplication, which continues today, admits of  a  corresponding  multiplicity  of  motives.  The phallic  woman  can  be  a  ribald  joke,  a  fantastical impossibility,  a  masculine  usurper,  an  ultimately unthreatening  sexual  style,  an  interrogation  into the  ?I?  of  the  author,  or  an  examination  of  female culpability. C a re l l i n   B ro o k s   t a k e s   u p   t h e   t e x t u a l   f i g u re   o f the  phallic  woman  where  Freud  locates  it,  in  the imagined  mother  who  the  little  boy,  in  fantasy, credits  with  a  penis  of  her  own.  It  traces  this phallic-woman motif backwards to the sexological case  study,  and  forward  to  newspaper  accounts o f   t e s t o s t e r o n e - t a k i n g   t h i r d - s e x e r s .   B r o o k s examines both high and low literature, pornography, postmodern  theory,  and  writing  that  would  seem to  answer  Lacan?s  injunction  to  move  ?beyond the  phallus.?  In  conclusion,  Brooks  locates  the p e r s i s t e n c e   o f   t h e   p h a l l i c   w o m a n   i n   re c u r r i n g attempts, well-meaning or otherwise, to overwrite a speci?c feminine power with the characteristics of masculinity. She gestures toward a uniquely female textual  space  that  is  glimpsed  in  such  writers  as Kathy Acker and sandy huss.Every Inch a Woman  will be stimulating to serious readers of sexuality, gender, and women?s studies, students and scholars of psychoanalytic theory and criticism, and those interested in gender transgres -sion in general. Carellin Brooks  was a Rhodes Scholar and holds a Master?s in English literature from Oxford Univer -sity.  She  is  the  editor  of  Bad  Jobs  and  co-editor of  Carnal Nation .NOVEMBER240 pages, est., 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1209-5hc $85.00SEXUALITY STUDIES SERIESEvery Inch a WomanPhallic Possession, Femininity, and the TextCarellin BrooksMasculinities without Men?Female Masculinity in Twentieth-Century FictionsJean Bobby NobleConventional ideas about gender and sexual -ity dictate that people born with male bodies naturally possess both a man?s identity and a man?s right to authority. Recent scholarship in the ?eld of gender studies, however, exposes the complex political technologies that construct gender as a supposedly unchanging biological essence with self-evident links to physicality, identity, and power. In  Masculinities without Men?  Jean Bobby Noble explores how the construc -tion of gender was thrown into crisis during the 20 th  century, resulting in a permanent rupture in the sex/gender system, and how masculinity became an unstable category, altered across time, region, social class, and ethnicity. This groundbreaking study maps historical simi -larities in ?ctional, cultural, and representational practices between the periods of modernism and postmodernism. Noble examines 19th-century sexology, drama, and trial transcripts, and late 20th-century counter-cultural ?ction, popular ?lm and documentaries, and theoretical texts. Noble shows how these texts use similar types of narratives, structures, and thematic techniques to articulate female masculinity.  Mas -culinities without Men?  will interest scholars and students in sexuality and gender studies, literary criticism, and cultural and ?lm studies. Jean Bobby Noble  teaches in the Women?s Studies Department at the University of Victoria. 2004222 Pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-0997-3pb $29.95SEXUALITY STUDIES SERIES? ALSO OF INTERESTGay Male PornographyAn Issue of Sex DiscriminationChristopher N. Kendall2004, 296 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1077-7, pb $29.95 38 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477ASIAN STUDIESWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/ASIANSTUDIES Reclaiming AdatContemporary Malaysian Film and LiteratureKhoo Gaik Cheng?One of the most cogent analyses I have read on the cinema of a Southeast Asian country. Well-versed in both literary theory and ?lm theory, what Khoo has accomplished is amazing.?? John A. Lent, author of  Animation in Asia and the Paci?cIn the early 1990s, adat, or Malay custom, became contentious for resurgent Islamicists  in  Malaysia  due  to  its  animist  and  Hindu  remnants.  This  book focuses on the ?lmmakers, intellectuals, and writers who reclaimed adat to counter both the homogenizing aspects of resurgent Islamic discourse and globalization.  These  artists  practised  their  project  of  reclamation  with  an emphasis  on  sexuality,  or  a  return  to  forms  of  the  archaic,  such  as  magic or  traditional  healing.  Using  close  textual  readings  of  key  literary  writings and  ?lms,  Khoo  reveals  the  tensions  between  gender,  modernity,  and  the nation.Reclaiming Adat  is an important contribution to the ?eld of ?lm, gender, cul -tural, and postcolonial studies, as well as to Malaysian area studies. It weaves a wealth of cultural theory together with a rare analysis of Malay cinema and the  work  of  new  Malaysian  anglophone  writers.  It  also  provides  a  glimpse into the complexities of modern Malaysian culture, politics, and identity. The book will be a useful source for students interested in postcolonial ?lm and literature, Asian culture, and gender studies, as well as the general reader keen to learn about contemporary Malaysia. Khoo  Gaik  Cheng  is  Associate  Lecturer  in  the  Faculty  of  Arts,  Australian National University in Canberra.OCTOBER256 pages, est., 10 photos, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1172-2hc $85.00? ALSO OF INTERESTGlobal Goes LocalPopular Culture in Asia Timothy J. Craig and Richard King, eds.2002, 320 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0875-6, pb $29.95 Women FilmmakersRefocusingJacqueline Levitin, Valerie Raoul, and Judith Plessis, eds.2002, 512 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0903-5, pb $39.9539China in World PoliticsPolicies, Processes, Prospects, Second EditionJudith F. Kornberg and  John R. FaustThis fully revised and updated text introduces students  to  China?s  foreign  policy,  past  and present,  and  the  factors  that  may  in?uence the country?s future policy agenda. Exploring the  new  dynamics  of  China?s  regional  and international  roles,  the  authors  outline  the political,  security,  economic,  and  social  is -sues the country faces in the emerging 21st  century.An ideal, thoughtfully crafted textbook, each chapter of  China in World Politics  familiarizes students  with  the  Chinese  framework  for analyzing  the  issues  in  question.  Alternate policy  choices  are  suggested,  along  with supporting  data  for  each  course  of  action. Discussion  and  essay  questions,  as  well  as suggested  readings  and  a  bibliography  of internet resources, are also included.Contents: IntroductionNew Ideologies in the 21st Century Chinese Politics and IdeologyThe  Ascendency  of  Adam  Smith  over  Karl MarxChina and the United StatesChina and Its Asian NeighboursChina and JapanChina in the Global RegimeAlternative ScenariosPraise for the ?rst edition:?Faust and Kornberg?s book is a welcome addi -tion to a ?eld crowded by much more narrow and less balanced works ... It provides an accessible guide to negotiating the dif?cult terrain of Chinese foreign policy.?? Randy Kluver,  China Information?A comprehensive review of the past, present, and future foreign relations of China.?? George P. Jan,  China Review InternationalJudith F. Kornberg  is Dean of the School of Con -tinuing and Professional Studies at the Fashion Institute of Technology. John R. Faust  is Profes -sor Emeritus of Political Science at Eastern Illinois University.FEBRUARY304 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1180-3pb $34.95C ANADIAN   RIGHTS   ONLYFrontier PeopleHan Settlers in Minority Areas of ChinaMette Halskov HansenChinese migration to Tibet and other border areas  ?  now  within  the  People?s  Republic  of China  ?  has  long  been  a  politically  sensitive issue.  As  par t  of  an  ongoing  process  of internal  colonization,  migrations  to  minority areas have been, with few exceptions, directly organized  by  the  government  or  driven  by economic  motives.  Dramatic  demographic and  economic  changes,  often  spearheaded not  by  local  inhabitants  but  by  Han  Chinese immigrants, have been the result. Frontier  People   shows  how  the  Han  them -selves  have  been  directly  involved  in  the process of transformation within these areas where they have settled. Their perceptions of the  minority  natives,  their  ?old  home,?  other immigrants, and their own role in the areas are examined in relation to the of?cial discourse on  the  migrations.  This  study  contests  con -ventional ways of presenting Han immigrants in  minority  areas  as  a  homogeneous  group of colonizers with shared identi?cation, equal class status, and access to power. Based on extensive ?eldwork in two local areas,  Frontier People   demonstrates  that  the  category  of ?Han immigrants? is profoundly fragmented in terms of generation, ethnic identi?cation, mi -gration history, class, and economic activity. In this respect, the book makes an invaluable contribution  to  the  literature  on  colonization from the varying perspectives of the coloniz -ers ? a diverse group of people with equally diverse perceptions of the colonial project in which they play an integral part.This  incisive  volume  will  appeal  to  a  wide range of scholars and students of anthropol -ogy,  Asian  studies,  history,  and  immigration studies.? ALSO OF INTERESTThe Oriental QuestionConsolidating a White Man?s Province, 1914-41Patricia E. RoyISBN 0-7748-1011-4pb $29.95Mette Halskov Hansen  is Professor of Anthropol -ogy in the Oriental Studies Department at the Univer -sity of Oslo. She is the author of  Lessons in Being Chinese: Minority Educa -tion and Ethnic Identity in Southwest China . APRIL280 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1178-1hc $85.00N ORTH  A MERICAN   RIGHTS   ONLYRECENTLY RELEASED RECENTLY RELEASEDASIAN STUDIESWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/ASIANSTUDIES 40 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477The study of images in Asian religions has tended to  emphasize  the  centrality  of  image  worship  in both  Hinduism  and  Buddhism.  Images  in  Asian Religions   offers  a  challenge  to  any  simple  un -derstanding  of  the  role  of  images  by  looking  at aspects  of  the  reception  of  image  worship  that h a v e   o n l y   b e g u n   t o   b e   s t u d i e d ,   i n c l u d i n g   t h e many  hesitations  that  Asian  religious  traditions expressed about image worship. Written  by  eminent  scholars  of  anthropology,  art history,  and  religion  with  interests  in  dif ferent regions (India, China, Japan, and Southeast Asia), this volume takes a fresh look at the many ways in which images were de?ned and received in Asian religions.  Areas  addressed  include  the  complex, ?uid, and contested nature of the religious image; the  reception  of  images  within  the  intellectual culture  of  Hinduism  and  Buddhism;  and  the  im -portance  of  historical  and  cultural  context  in  the study of religious images. This  compelling  collection,  demonstrating  the range of debate over practices of image worship, will  expand  our  appreciation  of  the  objects  that serve, for many, as supports of divine presence. This book will appeal to scholars of Asian religions, art historians, anthropologists, semioticians, and students of religion who concern themselves with images, icons, and material culture.Phyllis Granoff  and  Koichi Shinohara  are both professors in the Department of Religious Studies at Yale University.2004396 pages, 60 b/w photos, 12 charts, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-0949-3pb $29.95ASIAN RELIGIONS AND SOCIETY SERIESJapan?s Modern ProphetUchimura Kanz?, 1861-1930John F. Howes This  is  the  spiritual  biography  of  one  of  Japan?s foremost  thinkers,  Uchimura  Kanz?,  who  died  in 1930  and  whose  ideas  in?uenced  contemporary historians,  political  scientists,  and  international religious  followers.  Known  as  the  originator  and proponent  of  a  par ticularly  ?Japanese?  form  of Christianity known as  muky?kai,  Kanz? attempted to  purge  the  Protestantism  that  was  ?owing  into Japan from the accretions to the biblical faith that had developed after several centuries of Western history. In  his  lifetime,  Kanz?  was  a  well-known  ?gure, becoming  famous  in  Europe.  His  major  English-language  works  were  translated  into  numerous languages. Best known among these works,  How I Became a Christian  attracted much criticism and attention.  After  his  death,  however,  Uchimura?s reputation grew signi?cantly. His Christian followers produced an enormous canon of literature, in?uenc -ing the cosmopolitan intellectual milieu far beyond that of any other Japanese Christian thinker.Through  the  prism  of  this  exceptional  man?s  life, Howes  charts  what  it  meant  to  live  in  Japan  dur -ing  the  rise  of  Christianity.  It  was  also  a  time  of increasing  modernization.  During  Uchimura?s  life, Japan  developed  into  a  leading  world  power,  and one  year  after  his  death  its  military  propelled  its people into a disastrous war. Students and schol -ars of Asian studies, as well as readers interested in  Japanese  religion  and  culture,  will  ?nd  Japan?s Modern Prophet  a tour de force.J o h n   F.   H o w e s ,   P ro f e s s o r   E m e r i t u s   o f   A s i a n Studies at the University of British Columbia, was awarded the Order of the Rising Sun by the Govern -ment of Japan in 2004.JULY464 pages, est., 17 b/w photos, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1145-5hc $85.00ASIAN RELIGIONS AND SOCIETY SERIES Images in Asian ReligionsText and ContextsPhyllis Granoff and Koichi Shinohara, eds.NOW IN PAPERBACKASIAN STUDIESWWW.UBCPRESS.CA/ASIANSTUDIES ?  ALSO  IN  THE  ASIAN  RELIGIONS  AND  SOCIETY SERIESPilgrims, Patrons, and PlaceLocalizing Sanctity in Asian ReligionsPhyllis Granoff and Koichi Shinohara, eds.2003, 392 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1039-4, pb $29.95 41414141SELECTED BACKLIST  Musqueam Reference GrammarWayne Suttles2004, hc $125.000-7748-1002-5NATIVE STUDIESAboriginal EducationFul?lling the PromiseLynne Davis,  Marlene Brant Castellano, and Louise Lahache2001, pb $29.950-7748-0783-0Ancient People of the ArcticRobert McGhee2001, pb $27.950-7748-0854-3Hunters and BureaucratsPower, Knowledge, and Aboriginal-State Relations in the Southwest YukonPaul Nadasdy2004, pb $29.950-7748-0984-1Aboriginal Autonomy and Development in Northern Quebec and LabradorColin H. Scott2002, pb $31.950-7748-0845-4The Red man?s on the WarpathThe Image of the ?Indian? and the Second World War R. Scott Shef?eld2004, pb $29.950-7748-1095-5The Social Life of StoriesNarrative and Knowledge in the Yukon TerritoryJulie Cruikshank2000, pb $27.950-7748-0649-4The Coming of the Spirit of PestilenceIntroduced Infectious Diseases and Population Decline among Northwest Coast Indians, 1774?1874Robert Boyd2000, hc $85.000-7748-0755-5Sinews of SurvivalThe Living Legacy of Inuit ClothingBetty Kobayashi Issenman 1997, hc $49.950-7748-0596-XThe First Nations of British ColumbiaAn Anthropological SurveyRobert J. Muckle1998, pb $19.950-7748-0663-XHaida Monumental ArtVillages of the Queen Charlotte IslandsGeorge F. MacDonald1983, pb $60.000-7748-0484-XAboriginal Peoples and PoliticsThe Indian Land Ques -tion in British Columbia, 1849?1989Paul Tennant1990, pb $29.950-7748-0369-XFirst Nations Education in CanadaThe Circle UnfoldsJean Barman and  Marie Battiste1995, pb $29.950-7748-0517-XTotem PolesAn Illustrated GuideMarjorie M. Halpin1981, pb $16.950-7748-0141-7As Long as the Sun Shines and Water FlowsA Reader in Canadian Native StudiesIan L. Getty and  Antoine S. Lussier1983, pb $29.950-7748-0184-0Life Lived Like a StoryLife Stories of Three Yukon Native EldersJulie Cruikshank1991, pb $25.950-7748-0413-0Aboriginal ConditionsResearch as a Founda -tion for Public PolicyJerry P. White,  Paul S. Maxim, and  Dan Beavon, eds.2004, pb $29.950-7748-1022-XReclaiming Indigenous Voice and VisionMarie Battiste2000, pb $29.950-7748-0746-642 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 847742 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477Unnatural LawRethinking Canadian Environmental Law and PolicyDavid R. Boyd 2003, pb $29.950-7748-1049-1Citizens PlusAboriginal Peoples and the Canadian StateAlan C. Cairns2000, pb $25.950-7748-0768-7Personal Relationships o f   D e p e n d e n c e   a n d Interdependence in LawLaw Commission of Canada, ed.2003, pb $27.950-7748-0885-3New Perspectives on the Public-Private DivideLaw Commission of Canada, ed. 2004, pb $27.950-7748-1043-2Taxing ChoicesThe Intersection of Class, Gender, Parenthood, and the LawRebecca Johnson2003, pb $27.950-7748-0957-4Feminist Activism in the Supreme CourtLegal Mobilization and the Women?s Legal Edu -cation and Action Fund Christopher P. Manfredi2004, pb $29.950-7748-0947-7 Intercultural Dispute Resolution in Aboriginal ContextsCatherine Bell and David Kahane, eds.2004, pb $35.950-7748-1027-0Tournament of AppealsGranting Judicial Review in CanadaRoy B. Flemming2004, pb $29.950-7748-1083-1 Collective InsecurityThe Liberian Crisis, Unilateralism, and Global OrderIkechi Mgbeoji2004, pb $24.950-7748-1037-8Corporate Governance in Global Capital MarketsJanis Sarra2004, pb $34.950-7748-1005-XPepper in Our EyesThe APEC AffairW. Wesley Pue2000, hc $24.950-7748-0779-2People and PlaceHistorical In?uences on Legal CultureConstance Backhouse and Jonathan Swainger 2004, pb $29.950-7748-1033-5SELECTED BACKLIST  LAWThe Cost of Climate PolicyMark Jaccard,  John Nyboer, and  Bryn Sadownik 2002, pb $29.950-7748-0951-5Globalization and Well-BeingJohn F. Helliwell2003, pb $19.950-7748-0993-0POLITICSAt the EdgeSustainable Development in the 21st CenturyAnn Dale 2002, pb $27.950-7748-0837-3Limiting Arbitrary PowerThe Vagueness Doctrine in Canadian Constitu -tional Law Marc Ribeiro2004, pb $29.950-7748-1051-3The Heiress vs the EstablishmentMrs. Campbell?s Cam -paign for Legal JusticeConstance Backhouse and Nancy L. Back -house, eds .2004, pb $29.950-7748-1053-X Compulsory CompassionA Critique of Restorative JusticeAnnalise Acorn2004, pb $29.950-7748-0943-4  43434343Street Protests and Fantasy ParksGlobalization, Culture, and the StateDavid R. Cameron and Janice Gross Stein2002, pb $24.950-7748-0881-0Rebuilding Canadian Party PoliticsR. Kenneth Carty, William Cross, and  Lisa Young2000, pb $29.950-7748-0778-4Indigenous Cultures in an Interconnected WorldClaire Smith and Graeme K. Ward2000, pb $29.950-7748-0806-3SELECTED BACKLIST  The Politics of ResentmentBritish Columbia Region -alism and Canadian UnityPhilip Resnick2001, pb $25.950-7748-0805-5POLITICSHidden AgendasHow Journalists In?uence the NewsLydia Miljan and  Barry Cooper 2003, pb $24.950-7748-1020-3Restoration of the Great LakesPromises, Practices, and PerformancesMark Sproule-Jones2003, pb $27.950-7748-0871-3The Integrity GapCanada?s Environmental Policy and Institutions Eugene Lee and Anthony Perl 2004, pb $29.950-7748-0986-8Japan at the MillenniumJoining Past and FutureDavid Edgington2004, pb $29.950-7748-0899-3In the Long Run We?re All DeadThe Canadian Turn to Fiscal RestraintTimothy Lewis2004, pb $27.950-7748-0999-XLiberalism, Nationalism, CitizenshipEssays on the Problem of Political CommunityRonald Beiner 2003, pb $27.950-7748-0988-4Misplaced DistrustPolicy Networks and the Environment in France, the United States, and Canada?ric Montpetit2004, pb $24.950-7748-0909-4Shifting BoundariesAboriginal Identity, Pluralist Theory, and the Politics of Self-Govern -mentTim Schouls2004, pb $24.950-7748-1047-5Families, Labour and LoveFamily Diversity in a Changing WorldMaureen Baker 2001, pb $27.950-7748-0849-7Modern Women Modernizing MenThe Changing Missions of Three Professional Women in Asia and Africa, 1902?69Ruth Compton Brouwer2003, pb $29.950-7748-0953-1GENDER STUDIESGender in the Legal ProfessionFitting or Breaking the Mould Joan Brockman 2001, pb $29.950-7748-0835-7 EDUCATIONStudent AffairsExperiencing Higher EducationLesley Andres and Finola Finlay, eds.2004, pb $29.950-7748-1115-3No Place to LearnWhy Universities Aren?t Working Thomas C. Pocklington and Allan Tupper2002, pb $24.950-7748-0879-9 Academic Freedom and the Inclusive UniversitySharon E. Kahn and Dennis Pavlich, eds.2000, pb $29.950-7748-0808-X 44 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477 TEL: 1 877 864 8477SELECTED BACKLIST  Animals and NatureCultural Myths, Cultural RealitiesRod Preece1999, hc $39.950-7748-0724-5Balancing Act,   2nd ed.Environmental Issues in ForestryHamish Kimmins1997, pb $34.950-7748-0574-9Anatomy of a Con?ictIdentity, Knowledge, and Emotion in Old-Growth ForestsTerre Satter?eld2003, pb $24.950-7748-0893-4Communities, Development, and Sustainability across CanadaAnn Dale and  John Pierce 2000, pb $29.950-7748-0723-7Conservation Biology Principles for Forested LandscapesScott Harrison and Joan Voller1998, pb $29.950-7748-0629-XDictionary of Natural Resource ManagementJulian Dunster and Katherine Dunster1996, hc $34.950-7748-0503-XThe Great Blue HeronA Natural History and Ecology of a Seashore SentinelRobert Butler1997, pb $19.950-7748-0634-6 Game in the GardenA Human History of Wildlife in Western Canada to 1940George W. Colpitts2003, pb $29.950-7748-0963-9Forestry and the Forest Industry in JapanYoshiya Iwai2003, pb $35.950-7748-0883-7At the EdgeSustainable Develop -ment in the 21st CenturyAnn Dale2002, pb $27.950-7748-0837-3Achieving Sustainable DevelopmentAnn Dale and John B. Robinson, eds.1996, pb $29.950-7748-0540-4Fatal ConsumptionRobert Woollard and Aleck Ostry, eds.2000, pb $29.950-77480787-3ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIESTraining the Excluded for WorkAccess and Equity for Women, Immigrants, First Nations, Youth, and People with Low IncomeMarjorie Grif?n Cohen2004, pb $29.950-7748-1007-6The Mountain Is MovingJapanese Women?s LivesPatricia Morley1999, hc $39.950-7748-0675-3Taking StandsGender and the Sustainability of Rural CommunitiesMaureen G. Reed2004, pb $29.950-7748-1018-1Sex and BordersGender, National Identity, and Prostitution Policy in ThailandLeslie Ann Jeffrey2003, pb $27.950-7748-0873-XWomen FilmmakersRefocusingJacqueline Levitin, Valerie Raoul, and Judith Plessis2003, pb $39.950-7748-0903-5Wired to the World, Chained to the HomeTelework in Daily LifePenny Gurstein2002, pb $29.950-7748-0847-0Birds of the Yukon TerritoryCameron D. Eckert, Pamela H. Sinclair, Wendy A. Nixon, and Nancy L. Hughes2003, hc $125.000-7748-1012-2Butter?ies of British ColumbiaIncl. Alberta, the Yukon, the Alaska Panhandle, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and MontanaC. Guppy and  J. Shepard2001, hc $95.000-7748-0809-8The Birds of British Columbia, Volume 4Wood Warblers through Old World SparrowsR. Wayne Campbell et al.2001, hc $125.000-7748-0621-445454545SELECTED BACKLIST  ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIESThe Birds of British Columbia, Volume 1Nonpasserines?Introduction, Loons through WaterfowlR. Wayne Campbell et al.1992, hc $95.000-7748-0618-4The Birds of British Columbia, Volume 2Nonpasserines?Diurnal Birds of Prey through WoodpeckersR. Wayne Campbell et al.1992, hc $95.000-7748-0619-2The Birds of British Columbia, Volume 3Passerines?Flycatchers through VireosR. Wayne Campbell et al.1997, hc $95.000-7748-0572-2NATUREMethods of Environmental Impact AssessmentPeter Morris and  Riki Therivel1995, pb $35.950-7748-0526-9The Green EconomyEnvironment, Sustainable Development and the Politics of the FutureMichael Jacobs1993, pb $27.950-7748-0474-2In Search of SustainabilityBritish Columbia Forest Policy in the 1990sB. Cashore, G. Hoberg,   M. Howlett, J. Rayner, and  J. Wilson2000, hc $85.000-7748-0830-6A Passion for WildlifeThe History of the Canadian Wildlife ServiceJ. Alexander Burnett2003, pb $27.950-7748-0961-2Introduction to Forestry EconomicsPeter H. Pearse1992, pb $39.950-7748-0336-3Paci?c Salmon Life HistoriesCornelis Groot andLeo Margolis, eds.1991, hc $95.000-7748-0359-2GEOGRAPHY AND PLANNINGPlanning the New SuburbiaFlexibility by DesignAvi Friedman2001, pb $29.950-7748-0859-4The Co-WorkplaceTeleworking in the NeighbourhoodLaura C. Johnson2002, pb $27.950-7748-0970-1Holding the LineBorders in a Global WorldHeather N. Nicol and Ian Townsend-Gault, eds.2004, pb $29.950-7748-0932-9Redrawing Local Government BoundariesAn International Study of Politics, Procedures, and DecisionsJohn Meligrana, ed.2004, pb $29.950-7748-0934-5Planning Canadian RegionsGerald Hodge and Ira M. Robinson2001, pb $39.950-7748-0851-9The Vancouver AchievementUrban Planning and DesignJohn Punter2003, pb $34.950-7748-0972-8Hobnobbing with a CountessThe Diaries of Alice Barrett Parke, 1891-1900Jo Fraser Jones2002, pb $29.950-7748-0853-5The Indian Association of AlbertaA History of Political ActionLaurie Meijer Drees2002, pb $29.950-7748-0877-2A History of Domestic SpacePrivacy and the Canadian HomePeter Ward1999, hc $39.950-7748-0684-2Gamblers and DreamersWomen, Men, and Community in the KlondikeCharlene Porsild1998, pb $22.950-7748-0651-6Emerging from the MistStudies in Northwest Coast Culture HistoryR.G. Matson et al2004, pb $39.950-7748-0982-5Fort Langley Journals, 1927-30Morag MacLachlan1998, pb $22.950-7748-0665-6The Burden of HistoryColonialism and the Frontier Myth in a Rural Canadian CommunityElizabeth Furniss2000, pb $29.950-7748-0711-3At Home with the Bella Coola IndiansT.F. McIlwraith?s Field Letters, 1922?4John Barker and Douglas Cole 2004, pb $29.950-7748-0980-9Awe for the Tiger, Love for the LambA Chronicle of Sensibility to AnimalsRod Preece2003, pb $29.950-7748-0897-7Canada and QuebecOne Country, Two HistoriesRobert Bothwell1998, pb $29.950-7748-0653-2Colonizing BodiesAboriginal Health and Healing in British Columbia, 1900-50Mary-Ellen Kelm1999, pb $29.950-7748-0678-8Demography in Canada in the Twentieth CenturySylvia T. Wargon 2002, hc $95.000-7748-0818-746 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477Trees and Shrubs of British ColumbiaT. Christopher Brayshaw1996, pb $25.950-7748-0564-1Killer Whales, 2nd editionThe Natural History & Genealogy of Orcinus Orca in BC & Washington G. Ellis,  J. Ford, and  K. Balcomb2000, pb $22.950-7748-0800-4Plant Technology of First Peoples of British ColumbiaIncluding Neighbouring Groups in Washington, Alberta and AlaskaNancy Turner1998, pb $25.950-7748-0687-7Food Plants of Interior First PeoplesNancy Turner1997, pb $25.950-7748-0606-0Indicator Plants of Coastal British ColumbiaKarel Klinka,  V.J. Krajina,  A. Ceska, and A.M. Scagel 1989, pb $39.950-7748-0321-5Food Plants of Coastal First PeoplesNancy Turner1995, pb $25.950-7748-0533-1HISTORYSELECTED BACKLIST  NATUREA Trading NationCanadian Trade Policy from Colonialism to GlobalizationMichael Hart 2003, pb $29.950-7748-0895-0Telling TalesEssays in Western Wom -en?s HistoryCatherine A. Cav -anaugh and Randi R. Warne, eds.2000, pb $29.950-7748-0795-4A Voyage to the North West Side of AmericaThe Journals of James Colnett, 1786?89Robert Galois2003, hc $95.000-7748-0855-1When Coal Was KingLadysmith and the Coal-Mining Industry on Vancouver IslandJohn Hinde2003, pb $24.950-7748-0936-1Undelivered Let -ters to Hudson?s Bay Company Men on the Northwest Coast of America, 1830?57Helen M. Buss and Judith Hudson Beattie2003, pb $29.950-7748-0974-4Women and the White Man?s GodGender and Race in the Canadian Mission FieldMyra Rutherdale2003, pb $29.950-7748-0905-1Death So NobleMemory, Meaning, and the First World WarJonathan F. Vance1999, pb $24.950-7748-0600-1Another Kind of JusticeCanadian Military Law from Confederation to SomaliaChris Madsen2000, pb $29.950-7748-0719-9Canadians Behind Enemy Lines, 1939?1945Roy MacLaren2004, pb $25.950-7748-1100-5Tales of GhostsFirst Nations Art in Brit -ish Columbia, 1922-61Ronald W. 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Good Citizens?   2Governing Ourselves?   18Governing with the Charter  3Granatstein, J.L.  24Granoff, Phyllis  40, 48Green Economy, The   45Greene, Ian  19Groot, Cornelis  4 4Guppy, C.  4 5Gurstein, Penny  4 4Gutenberg in Shanghai  48Gwyn, Julian  24,  4 8Haida Gwaii  36AUTHOR / TITLE INDEX  AUTHOR / TITLE INDEX  50 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477AUTHOR / TITLE INDEX  Haida Monumental Art   4 1Haig-Brown, Celia  31Halifax Explosion and the Royal   Canadian Navy, The 24, 48Halpin, Marjorie M.  4 1Hankivsky, Olena  2 2Hansen, Mette Halskov  3 9Harris, R. Cole  4 7Harrison, Kathryn  18Harrison, Scott  4 4Hart, Michael  23, 47Harty, Siobh?n  21Hawker, Ronald W.  4 4Heiress vs the Establishment, The   5Helliwell, John F.  18, 42Hessing, Melody  12Hidden Agendas   1,  4 3Hidden Dimensions   36Hinde, John  4 7History of Domestic Space, A   4 6History of Migration from Germany to Canada, 1850-1939, A  27Hoberg, G.  45Hobnobbing with a Countess 46Hodge, Gerald  45Holding the Line   45Hometown Horizons   27Howard, Richard  1 5Howe, Nina  33Howes, John F.  40Howlett, Michael  12Hughes, Nancy  45Humanitarianism, Identity, and Nation   7Hunters and Bureaucrats   41If I Had a Hammer   22Images in Asian Religions   40, 48Imagining Difference   2 7Indian Association of Alberta, The   4 6Indicator Plants of Coastal British Columbia   4 6Indigenous Cultures in an Interconnected World   4 3Insiders and Outsiders   20Integrity Gap, The   4 3Intensive Agriculture and Sustainability  13Intercultural Dispute Resolution in Aboriginal Contexts   42International Environmental Law and Asian Values   9Introduction to Forestry Economics   4 5In Defence of Multinational Citizenship   21In Search of Sustainability   4 5In the Long Run We?re All Dead   4 3Irwin, Rosalind  4 8Issenman, Betty Kobayashi  4 1Iwai, Yoshiya  4 4Jaccard, Mark  10,  42Jacobs, Michael  4 5James, Ross  14Japan at the Millennium   4 3Japan?s Emergence as a Modern State   4 7Japan?s Modern Prophet  40Jeffrey, Leslie Ann  4 4Johnson, Laura C.  45Johnson, Rebecca  4, 42Johnston, William  4 8Jones, Jo Fraser  46Jordan, Pamela A.  8Journey to the Ice Age   28, 47Kahane, David  42Keeping It Living   32Kelly, James B.  3Kelm, Mary-Ellen  4 6Kendall, Christopher N.  1 4Kernerman, Gerald  2 0Kershaw, Paul  2 2Keshen, Jeffrey A.  25Khoo Gaik Cheng  38Killer Whales   4 6Kimmins, Hamish  4 4King, Richard  38, 48Klinka, Karel  4 3Klondike Stampede, The   4 7Kluckner, Michael  15, 28Kna?a, Louis  5Kornberg, Judith F.  39Krajina, V.J.  4 3Kramar, Kirsten Johnson  7Lahache, Louise  4 1Lary, Diana  4 8Lawrence, Bonita  31Last Word, The  1Law and Risk   6Law Commission of Canada  6, 42Laws and Societies of the Canadian Prairie West   5Laycock, David  2 1Lee, Eliza Wing-Yee  4 8Lee, Eugene  4 3Legislatures   1 9Levitin, Jacqueline  38, 44Lewis, Timothy  4 3Liberalism, Nationalism, Citizenship  21,  4 1Life Lived Like a Story   1 ,  4 1Lillooet Language  34Limiting Arbitrary Power   42Linking Industry and Ecology  10Lippert, Randy K.  6Little, Margaret Hillyard  2 2Longitude and Empire   29Lussier, Antoine S.  4 1MacDonald, George F.  4 1MacKenzie, Chris  2 2Mackie, Quentin  36, 46MacKinnon, Stephen  4 8MacLachlan, Morag  46MacLaren, Roy  25, 47MacMillan, Margaret  4 7Madsen, Chris  4 7Making Native Space   4 7Manfredi, Christopher P.  3, 42Mapping Marriage Law in Spanish Gitano Communities  8Margolis, Leo  4 5Markey, Sean  23Marles, Robin J.Masculinities without Men?   37Matson, R.G.  36, 46Matthewes, Ralph  36Matthewson, Lisa  34Maxim, Paul S.  4 1McAllister, Mary Louise  18McGhee, Robert  4 1McGillivray, Brett  15McKenzie, Francine  4 7McLaren, John  5, 47McLean, Scott  17McMillan, Alan D.  36, 41Meehan, John D.  29Mehta, Michael D.  13Meligrana, John  18,   45Menzies, Robert  5, 47Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment  4 5Mgbeoji, Ikechi  8, 9, 42Middle Power Project, The   23Miljan, Lydia  1,  4 3Misplaced Distrust   4 3Modern Women Modernizing Men   4 3Montpetit, ?ric  4 3Morals and the Media, Second Edition  1,16Morley, Patricia  4 4Morris, Peter  4 5Morton, Desmond  26Mountain Is Moving, The   4 4Muckle, Robert J.  4 1Multicultural Nationalism   2 0Murdering Holiness   4 4Murphy, Michael  21Mushkat, Roda  9Musqueam Reference Grammar   3 4, 41Myers, Tamara  26Nadasdy, Paul  4 1Nadeau, Richard  1 9Negotiated Memory   35Negotiating Identities in 19th- and 20th-Century Montreal 26Nevitte, Neil  1 8New Perspectives on the Public-Private Divide   6,  4 2Nicol, Heather N.  451985 Paci?c Salmon Treaty, The   14Nixon, Wendy  45Noble, Jean Bobby  37Nock, David  31No Place to Learn  43No Place to Run   4 8Norman, Herbert E.  4 7Northern Exposures   35Not the Slightest Chance   4 8Nyboer, John  10,  42Obedient Autonomy   48Objects of Concern   4 8Onyx, Jenny  10Oriental Question, The   3 9,  4 8Ormsby, Margaret A.  4 7Our Box Was Full   34Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar   4 8Paci?c Salmon Life Histories  4 5Paddling to Where I Stand   3 0Parties Long Estranged   4 7Passion for Wildlife, A   4 5Pavlich, Dennis  43Pearse, Peter H.  4 5People and Place   5, 42Pepper in Our Eyes   4 2Perl, Anthony  43Perras, Galen  4 8Personal Relationships of Dependence and Interdependence in Law  6, 4 2Phillips, Jim  4 7Pickles, Katie  30Pierce, John  13,  4 4Pilgrims, Patrons, and Place  40, 48Pioneer Gentlewoman in British Columbia, A   4 7Planning Canadian Regions 45Planning the New Suburbia  45Plant Technology of First Peoples of British Columbia  32,  4 6Plessis, Judith  38, 44Pocklington, Tom  43Political Parties   1 9Politics of Resentment, The  43Porsild, Charlene  46Pothier, Diane  4Pratt, Anna  7Preece, Rod  11, 44, 46Prisoners of the Home Front 25Prochner, Larry  3351515151AUTHOR / TITLE INDEX  Pro-Family Politics and Fringe Parties in Canada   2 2Protecting Aboriginal Children  33Pue, W. Wesley  4 2Pulleyblank, Edwin G.  4 8Punter, John  15, 45Quinn, Thomas P.  14Quiring, David M.  29Racing to the Bottom?  18Raglon, Rebecca  12Rak, Julie  35Raoul, Valerie  38, 44Rayner, J.  45?Real? Indians and Others   31Rebuilding Canadian Party Politics   4 3Reclaiming Adat  38Reclaiming Indigenous Voice and Vision   4 1Redrawing Local Government Boundaries   18,  45Red Man?s on the Warpath, The   41Reed, Christopher A.  48Reed, Maureen G.  4 4Regulating Lives   5, 47Reid, Martine J.  3Representation and Democratic Theory   21Resnick, Philip  20,  4 3Restoration of the Great Lakes   4 3Ribeiro, Marc  42Richardson, Brian W.  29Richardson, Elizabeth  17Robertson, Leslie A.  2 7Robinson, Ira M.  45Robinson, John B.  2 7Roseland, Mark  13Ross, Michael Lee  33Roy, Patricia E.  3 7,  4 5Russell, Nick  1, 16Rutherdale, Myra  30, 31,  4 4Rutherdale, Robert  27Sadownik, Bryn  10,  42Saints, Sinners, and Soldiers  25Sanctuary, Sovereignity, Sacri?ce  6Sandilands, Al  14Sandilands, Catriona  12Sarra, Janis  4 2Satter?eld, Terre  4 4Sauvageau, Florian  1Scagel, A.M.  4 3Scars of War   4 8Schneiderman, David  1Schouls, Tim  20 ,  4 3Scott, Colin  4 1Second Growth   13Securing Borders  7Selling British Columbia   28Sewid-Smith, Daisy  3Sex and Borders  4 4Shaped by the West Wind  11Shef?eld, R. 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