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University of British Columbia Press2029 West Mall, Vancouver, BC  V6T 1Z2www.ubcpress.caUBC Press is proud to congratulate author  Brian Bow on winning this year’s Donner  Book Prize for excellence in Canadian public policy writing.This book is of great importance not only for a better understanding of the exceptional history of Canada–United States relationships but also to see the need to adapt Canadian negotiations strategies to the new and more complex context. – Donner JuryUBC Press is proud to congratulate author  John Sutton Lutz on winning this year’s  Harold Adams Innis Prize for best English-language work in the Social Sciences.Some Canadian scholars are already calling this work “one of the most important books on aboriginal history written in Canada.”   This very well could be the case.   – B.F.R. Edwards, University of SaskatchewanWINNER OF T HE  2010 DONNER BOOK PRIZEWINNER OF T HE  2010 HAROLD ADAMS INNIS PRIZEFall / Winter 2010DISTRIBUTED IN THE UNITED STATES BY THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESSUBC PressContentsUBC Press is the proud recipient of the 2009 Jim Douglas Publisher of the Year Award. UBC Press acknowledges the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund; the Canada Council for the Arts; the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences through the Aid to Scholarly Publications Program; and the Province of British Columbia through the British Columbia Arts Council.Publishers Represented in Canada Brookings Institution PressEarthscan PublishersIsland PressJessica Kingsley PublishersManchester University PressMichigan State University PressOregon State University PressParadigm PublishersTransaction PublishersUniversity of Arizona PressUniversity Press of New England    (includes Wesleyan and Tufts University Presses)University of Washington Press    (includes Hong Kong University Press,     National Gallery of Australia Press, Silkworm Books,   and UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History)Publishers Represented WorldwideAU PressCanadian Forest ServiceCanadian Wildlife Service - Pacific RegionEnvironmental Training CentreLaval University Press (English language books)Western Geographical PressElectronic Catalogue Subscription Help us reduce paper waste. If you prefer to receive an electronic copy of our catalogue, subscribe online www.ubcpress.ca.Cover image: The Grand Entrance, by Daphne Odjig (courtesy of Odjig Arts). This photo is from Indigenous Women and Feminism: Politics, Activism, Culture, ed. by Cheryl Suzack, Shari M. Huhndorf, Jeanne Perrault, and Jean Barman (see page 11).Canadian History 1-3Canadian Studies 2Military History 4-5Political Science 6-9Globalization 10Aboriginal Studies 11-14Gender & Sexuality Studies 14-15 Environmental Studies 15-17Ornithology 18Urban Studies 18-19Sociology 19Law 19-24Criminology 24 Communication 24Asian Canadian Studies 24Cultural Studies 25-25Labour Studies 26Education History 26Asian Studies 26-30AU Press 30-31Backlist Highlights 31Recent Backlist 32-33Index 34Order Form 35Ordering Information 36States of NatureConserving Canada’s Wildlife in the Twentieth CenturyTina Loos3HORTLISTEDFORTHE 2010 François-Xavier Garneau Medal s7INNEROFTHE 2008 Harold Adams Innis Prizes7INNEROFTHE 2007 Sir John A. Macdonald Prize Finding DahshaaSelf-Government, Social Suffering, and Aboriginal Policy in Canada Stephanie Irlbacher-Foxs3HORTLISTEDFORTHE 2010 Canadian Aboriginal History Book Prizes3HORTLISTEDFORTHE 2010 Donald Smiley PrizeHome Is the HunterThe James Bay Cree and Their LandHans M. Carlsons3HORTLISTEDFORTHE 2010 Harold Adams Innis Prize  Canada’s VoiceThe Public Life of  John Wendell HolmesAdam Chapnicks3HORTLISTEDFORTHE  2010 Dafoe Book PrizeThe Industrial Transformation of Subarctic CanadaLiza Pipers7INNEROFTHE 2010 K.D. Srivastava PrizeContributing CitizensModern Charitable Fundraising and the Making of the Welfare State, 1920–66Shirley Tillotsons3HORTLISTEDFORTHE 2010 Harold Adams Innis Prize The Technological Imperative in CanadaAn Intellectual HistoryR. Douglas Franciss3HORTLISTEDFORTHE 2010 Sir John A. Macdonald PrizeCanada's Rights  RevolutionSocial Movements and Social Change, 1937–82Dominique Clément s7INNEROFTHE 2009 John Porter Tradition  of Excellence Book Award  OUR BRILLIANT HISTORYUBC Press is proud to publish outstanding books by Canada’s best scholars.order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     1  Canadian HistoryActs of OccupationCanada and Arctic Sovereignty, 1918–25Janice Cavell and Jeff NoakesA fascinating account of Canada’s Arctic claim, one man’s secret and misbegotten expedition to expand it, and the official response and policy that followed.As climate change threatens to open the Northwest Passage to ice-free travel, Canada’s sovereignty over the Arctic has become more important to the Canadian government, military, and economy – and more contested by other nations. Although Canada’s claim to the Arctic archipelago is now firmly entrenched in the minds of most Canadians, less than a century ago, ownership of the Arctic was much less assured.Acts of Occupation pieces together the engrossing story of how the self-serving ambition of explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson ultimately led Canada to craft and defend a decisive policy on its claims to the Arctic. Drawing on a wealth of archival sources, includ-ing the private papers of explorers Shackleton, Rasmussen, and Stefansson, historians Janice Cavell and Jeff Noakes show how unfounded paranoia about Danish designs on the north, fueled by Stefansson’s deliberate dissembling of his own motives and by the fears of civil servant James Harkin, was the catalyst for Canada’s active administrative occupation of the Arctic.A tale of intrigue worthy of the best popular histories, Acts of Occupation throws new light on an under-studied but transformative period in the history of Canadian Arctic policy and pro-vides much-needed historical context for con-temporary debates on northern sovereignty.JANiCe CAvell works in the Historical Section, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada. Jeff NOAkes is a historian at the Canadian War Museum.finding DahshaaSelf-Government, Social Suffering, and Aboriginal Policy in CanadaStephanie Irlbacher-Fox• Shortlisted for the 2010 Donald smiley Prize Canadian Political Science Association• Shortlisted for the 2010 Canadian Aboriginal History Book Prize, Canadian Historical Association2009, 216 pp., 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1625-0 PB $32.95  Hunters at the MarginNative People and Wildlife Conservation in the Northwest TerritoriesJohn Sandlos• Winner, 2008 Clio Award for the North, Canadian Historical Association• Winner, 2008 Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Award, Forest History Society2007, 352 pp., 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1363-1 PB $34.95  Do Glaciers listen?Local Knowledge, Colonial Encounters, and Social ImaginationJulie Cruikshank• Winner, 2007 Clio Award - Northern Region, Canadian Historical Association• Winner, 2006 victor Turner Prize in ethnographic Writing, Society for Humanistic Anthropology• Winner, 2006 Julian steward Award, American Anthropological Association• Winner, 2005 k.D. srivastava Prize for excellence in scholarly Publishing2005, 328 pp., 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1187-3, PB $34.95  NunavutRethinking Political CultureAilsa Henderson• Shortlisted, 2008 Donald smiley Book Prize, Canadian Political Science Association2007, 272 pp., 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1424-9 PB $30.95  Northern exposuresPhotographing and Filming the Canadian North, 1920–45Peter Geller2004, 280 pp., 6 x 9"978-0-7748-0928-3 PB $34.95  new releaseOctober 2010, 320 pages, 6 x 9"32 b&w photos, 8 maps978-0-7748-1867-4  HC $90.00  Canadian History, Northern Canada, Political Science, Foreign Policy, Arctic Explorationalso of interest2      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     3  Canadian HistoryCanadian studiesCanadian History Placing Memory and Remembering Place in Canadaedited by James Opp and John C. WalshThis fascinating book maps new terrain in memory studies, shifting the focus from nation and empire to local places that sit at the intersection of public memory making and identity formation – main streets, city squares, and village museums, internment camps, industrial wastelands, and the landscape itself. A deeply collaborative work, it reveals how local expressions of memory and com-memoration have helped to define a sense of place and create political, cultural, and social boundaries. With its focus on the materiality of image, text, and artefact, this book presents a unique perspective on the politics of place and memory across differing chronologies and geographies within Canada.JAMes OPP and JOHN C. WAlsH are in the Department of History at Carleton University and are research associates at the Carleton Centre for Public History.new releaseNovember 2010, 304 pages, 6 x 9"33 b&w photographs, 10 illustrations,  5 maps, 5 graphs978-0-7748-1840-7  HC $85.00  Canadian History, Geography,  Communication, Women's StudiesWhen Vincent Massey wrote On Being Canadian in 1948, he acknowledged the importance of the arts to education and citizenship. He did not consider what the arts can tell us about being Canadian. In On the Art of Being Canadian, Sherrill Grace traces how painters, writers, and filmmakers have shaped Canadian identity in three fields of representation that are staples of Canadian culture – the North, iconic national figures, and war. By telling stories in their chosen media and genres about life here or about events and figures from the past, she shows that artists help us to understand the Canadian landscape and to create a shared history.sHeRRill GRACe is a professor of English at the University of British Columbia. The author of more than twenty books, she was awarded the Canada Council Killam Prize in Humanities in 2008. Her most recent book is the biography Making Theatre: A Life of Sharon Pollock.new in PaPerbaCkMarch 2010, 224 pages, 6 x 9"16 b&w photos, 16 colour photos, 6 maps978-0-7748-1579-6  PB $32.95  Canadian Studies, Canadian Art, Art History,  Cultural StudiesBRENDA AND DAVID MCLEAN CANADIAN  STUDIES SERIESIt is easy to forget that the death penalty was an accepted aspect of Canadian culture and crimi-nal justice until 1976. The Practice of Execution in Canada is not about what led some to the gallows and others to escape it. Rather, it examines how the routine rituals and practices of education can be seen as a crucial social institution. Drawing on hun-dreds of case files, Ken Leyton-Brown shows that from trial to interment, the practice of execution was constrained by law and tradition. Despite this, however, the institution was not rigid. Criticism and reform pushed executions out of the public eye, and in so doing, stripped them of meaningful ritual and made them more vulnerable to criticism.keN leyTON-BROWN is an associate professor in the History Department at the University of Regina.reCently releasedMay 2010, 216 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1753-0  HC $85.00  Canadian History, Legal History,  Law & Society, Socio-legal StudiesOn the Art of Being Canadiansherrill GraceThe Practice of execution in Canadaken leyton-Brown2      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     3  Canadian HistoryCanadian HistoryCanadian HistoryThroughout history, Western women have inhabited a conceptual space divorced from the world of busi-ness. But women have always engaged in business. Who were these women, and how were they able to justify their work outside the home? The Business of Women explores the world of those women who embraced British Columbia’s frontier ethos in the early twentieth-century. Buddle reveals that, contrary to expectation, the typical businesswoman was not unmarried or particularly rebellious, but a woman reconciling her entrepreneurship with her identity as a wife, mother, or widow. This ground-breaking study not only incorporates women into the history of business, it challenges commonly held beliefs about women, business, and the mar-riage between the two.MelANie BuDDle teaches history and works as an academic advisor at Trent University.reCently releasedApril 2010, 224 pages, 6 x 9"5 b&w photos, 6 tables978-0-7748-1813-1  HC $85.00  Canadian History, BC History,  Business History, Women's Studies The Business of  WomenMarriage, Family, and Entrepreneurship in British Columbia, 1901–51Melanie BuddleCaptain James Cook first made contact with the area now known as British Columbia in 1778. The colonists who followed soon realized they needed a written history, both to justify their dispossession of Aboriginal peoples and to formulate an identity for a new settler society. Writing British Columbia History traces how Euro-Canadian historians took up this task, and struggled with the newness of colonial society and overlapping ties to the British Empire, the United States, and Canada. This explo-ration of the role of history writing in colonialism and nation building will appeal to anyone inter-ested in the history of British Columbia, the Pacific Northwest, and history writing in Canada.CHAD ReiMeR received his PhD in history from York University and works as an independent historian and author in Chilliwack, BC. new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 440 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1645-8  PB $29.95  Canadian History, BC History,  Aboriginal History, HistoriographyWriting British Columbia History, 1784–1958Chad ReimerHistorians have long engaged in passionate debate about collective memory and national identity. Alan Gordon focuses on one national hero – Jacques Cartier – to explore how notions about the past have been passed from generation to genera-tion in English- and French-speaking Canada and used to present particular ideas about the world. Nineteenth-century celebrations of Cartier re-flected a new understanding of history that accom-panied the arrival of modernity in North America. This sensibility, in turn, influenced the political and cultural currents of nation building in Canada. Cartier may have been a point of contact between English and French Canada, but the nature of that contact, as Gordon shows, had profound limitations.AlAN GORDON is an associate professor in the Department of History at the University of Guelph.new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 248 pages, 6 x 9"8 b&w illustrations978-0-7748-1742-4  PB $29.95  Canadian History, Historiography,  Early Canadian ExplorationThe Hero and the HistoriansHistoriography and the Uses of Jacques CartierAlan Gordon4      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     5  Military HistoryMilitary HistoryMilitary HistoryThis cultural history of the amateur military tradition traces the origins of the citizen soldier ideal from long before Canadians donned khaki and boarded troopships for the Western Front. Before the Great War, Canada’s military culture was in transition as the country navigated an uncertain relationship with the United States and fought an imperial war in South Africa. Militia Myths explores the ideological transformation that took place between 1896 and 1921, arguing that by the end of the War, the untrained citizen volunteer had replaced the long-serving militiaman as the arche-typal Canadian soldier.JAMes WOOD teaches history at the University of Victoria and is the author of We Move Only Forward: Canada, the United States, and the First Special Service Force, 1942-44 and Army of the West: The Weekly Reports of German Army Group B from Normandy to the West Wall.Published in association with the Canadian War Museum.reCently releasedApril 2010, 368 pages, 6 x 9"29 b&w photos, 6 tables978-0-7748-1765-3  HC $90.00  Military History, Canadian HistorySTUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY SERIESMilitia MythsIdeas of the Canadian Citizen Soldier, 1896–1921James WoodHistory has told us something about our war dead but very little about our war wounded. Veterans with a Vision provides a vibrant, poignant, and very human history of Canada’s war-blinded veterans and of the organization they founded in 1922, the Sir Arthur Pearson Association of War Blinded. Serge Durflinger details the veterans’ process of civil re-establishment, physical and psychological rehabilitation, and social and personal coping and describes their public advocacy for government pension entitlements, job retraining, and other social programs. This book captures the spirit of perseverance that permeated the veterans’ com-munity and highlights the accomplishments of the war blinded as advocates for all Canadian veterans and for all blind citizens.seRGe MARC DuRfliNGeR is an associate profes-sor of history at the University of Ottawa. He is the author of Fighting from Home: The Second World War in Verdun, Quebec and co-editor of War and Society in Post-Confederation Canada. Published in association with the Canadian War Museum and the Sir Arthur Pearson Association of War Blinded.new in PaPerbaCkApril 2010, 484 pages, 6.6 x 9.5"Printed in Clear Type, 54 b&w photos978-0-7748-1856-8  PB $29.95  Military History, Canadian History, Disability StudiesSTUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY SERIESveterans with a visionCanada's War Blinded in Peace and Warserge Marc DurflingerIn wartime, capturing the hearts and minds of the citizenry is arguably as important as victory on the battlefield. This illuminating study explores the Canadian military's use of public relations units to manage news during the Second World War. Comprised mostly of former journalists, these specialized units were responsible for providing sufficient and positive news coverage to Canadians at home. Using case studies that examine news coverage and PR activities during major Canadian operations, The Information Front offers a balanced and intelligent discussion of how the military used censorship and propaganda to rally support for the war effort.TiMOTHy BAlzeR has taught at the University of Victoria and for the Continuing Studies Division of the Royal Military College of Canada.Published in association with the Canadian War Museum.new releaseNovember 2010, 264 pages, 6 x 9"21 b&w illustrations, 1 graph978-0-7748-1899-5  HC $85.00  Military History, Canadian History, Media Studies STUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY SERIESThe information frontThe Canadian Army and News Management during the Second World WarTimothy Balzer4      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     5  Military HistoryMilitary HistoryMilitary HistoryIn 1993, Canada’s Liberal Party cancelled an order to replace the navy’s Sea King helicopter. It claimed that the Tory plan was too expensive, but the can-cellation itself actually cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars. Aaron Plamondon connects this incident to the larger evolution of defence procure-ment in Canada, revealing that partisan politics, rather than a desire to increase the military’s capabilities, have driven the military procurement process. This saga of the government playing havoc with weapons acquisition offers an explanation for, and clues for resolving, the under-equipped state of Canada’s military.AARON PlAMONDON teaches Canadian and mili-tary history at the University of Calgary and Mount Royal University. He is also a National Fellow at the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies at the University of Calgary.new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 288 pages, 6 x 9"12 b&w photos978-0-7748-1715-8  PB $32.95  Military History, Canadian History, Political ScienceThe Politics of ProcurementMilitary Acquisition in Canada and the Sea King HelicopterAaron PlamondonSince the mid-1950s, successive Canadian gov-ernments have responded to US ballistic missile defence initiatives with fear and uncertainty. Officials have endlessly debated the implications – at home and abroad – of participation. Drawing on previously classified documents and interviews with senior officials, James Fergusson offers the first full account of Canada’s unsure response to US initiatives. He reveals that factors such as weak leadership and a tendency to place ill-defined notions of international peace and security before national defence have resulted in indecision. In the end, policy-makers have failed to transform the ballistic missile defence issue into an opportunity to define Canada’s strategic interests at home and on the world stage.JAMes G. feRGussON is the director of the Centre for Defence and Security Studies and a profes-sor in the Department of Political Studies at the University of Manitoba. Published in association with the Canadian War Museum.reCently releasedMay 2010, 352 pages, 6 x 9"18 b&w photos, 3 maps978-0-7748-1750-9  HC $85.00  Military History, Canadian History,   Political Science, Security StudiesSTUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY SERIESCanada and Ballistic Missile Defence, 1954–2009Déjà Vu All over AgainJames G. fergussonThis book brings to a life a forgotten chapter in the history of Canada and Russia – the journey of 4,200 Canadian soldiers from Victoria to Vladivostok in 1918 to help defeat Bolshevism. Combining military and labour history with the social history of BC, Quebec, and Russia, Benjamin Isitt examines how the Siberian Expedition exacerbated tensions within Canadian society at a time when a radical-ized working class, many French-Canadians, and even the soldiers objected to a military adven-ture designed to counter the Russian Revolution. The result is a highly readable and provocative work that challenges public memory of the First World War while illuminating tensions – both in Canada and worldwide – that shaped the course of twentieth-century history.BeNJAMiN isiTT is a historian specializing in twentieth-century Canadian and world history, with an emphasis on labour, social movements, and the process of cultural change. Published in association with the Canadian War Museum.reCently releasedMay 2010, 352 pages, 6 x 9"37 b&w photo, 5 maps978-0-7748-1801-8  HC $85.00  Military History, Canadian History, Labour HistorySTUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY SERIESfrom victoria to vladivostokCanada's Siberian Expedition, 1917–19Benjamin isitt6      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caPolitiCal sCienCePolitiCal sCienCePolitiCal sCienCeorder online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     7  In recent years, national governments in the global North have struggled to govern populations and manage cross-border traffic without building new barriers to trade. What does citizenship mean in an era of heightened tension between global capital-ism and the nation-state? Building on Foucault’s concept of biopolitics and an examination of national border and detention policies, Rygiel argues that citizenship is becoming a globalizing regime to govern mobility. The new regime is deepening boundaries based on race, class, and gender, and causing Western nations to embrace a more technocratic, depoliticized understanding of citizenship.kiM RyGiel is an assistant professor of political  science at Wilfrid Laurier University and co-editor of (En)Gendering the War on Terror: War Stories and Camouflaged Politics.new releaseJuly 2010, 296 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1804-9  HC $85.00  Political Science, Globalization, Security Studies,  Socio-legal Studies, Race & Transnationalism in Politics, International RelationsGlobalizing Citizenshipkim RygielSince 9/11, policy makers and observers have ques-tioned whether America should don the mantle of empire for the sake of world peace, or whether peace will come through world government. Locating Global Order questions the very idea that the political order is hierarchical, with state and international institutions at the top and groups and individuals at the bottom. Chapters examining vari-ous case studies on Canada’s role in the construc-tion and maintenance of order domestically and internationally reveal that the global order post-9/11 is not exclusively American – allied powers are a key component of its hegemony.BRuNO CHARBONNeAu is an associate professor of political science at Laurentian University. WAyNe s. COx is an assistant professor of political studies at Queen’s University.new releaseOctober 2010, 304 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1831-5  HC $85.00  Political Science, International Relations, Canadian Foreign Policy, US Politics, Security Studies, Globalizationlocating Global OrderAmerican Power and Canadian Security after 9/11edited by Bruno Charbonneau and Wayne s. CoxMany political observers, struck by low turnout rates among young voters, are pessimistic about the future of democracy in Canada and other Western nations. Building on this observation,  Paul Howe examines broad patterns of political and civic engagement, concluding that many young Canadians are, in fact, detached from the political realm. Two key trends underlie this development: waning political knowledge and attentiveness and generational changes in the norms and values that sustain social integration. As Citizens Adrift shows, putting young people back on the path towards engaged citizenship requires a holistic approach, one which acknowledges that democratic engage-ment extends beyond the realm of  formal politics.PAul HOWe is an associate professor of politi-cal science at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton.new releaseOctober 2010, 368 pages, 6 x 9"57 graphs, 21 tables978-0-7748-1875-9  HC $95.00  Political Science, Canadian Public Policy & Administration, Canadian Elections, Social Movements, Canadian GovernmentCitizens AdriftThe Democratic Disengagement of Young CanadiansPaul Howe6      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     7  PolitiCal sCienCeAuditing Canadian Democracyedited by William CrossRecipient of a Donner Foundation citation for best series in Canadian public policyAuthored by a team of Canada's leading political scientists, the award-winning Canadian Democratic Audit represents one of the most ambitious examinations of Canadian democracy in recent political scholarship. Auditing Canadian Democracy marks the culmination of this land-mark project. Using the uniquely Canadian bench-marks of participation, responsiveness, and inclusiveness, the contributors synthesize and update their findings from the original volumes. A concluding synopsis considers the various reform proposals put forth in the series. A lively and accessible examination of existing practices and reforms, this book's timely analysis should interest all citizens concerned with the health of our democracy.WilliAM CROss is the Hon. Dick and Ruth Bell Chair for the Study of Canadian Parliamentary Democracy at Carleton University in Ottawa. new releaseNovember 2010, 240 pages, 5.5 x 8.5"10 tables and graphs978-0-7748-1919-0  HC $85.00  Political Science, Canadian Federal Politics, Canadian Elections , Canadian Government, Canadian Courts & ConstitutionCANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDIT SERIESelectionsJohn C. Courtney2005, 224 pp., 5.5 x 8.5"978-0-7748-0918-4PB $25.95  Political PartiesWilliam Cross2005, 216 pp., 5.5 x 8.5"978-0-7748-0941-2PB $25.95  federalismJennifer Smith2005, 208 pp., 5.5 x 8.5"978-0-7748-1061-6PB $25.95  CitizensElisabeth Gidengil, André Blais, Neil Nevitte, and Richard Nadeau2005, 224 pp., 5.5 x 8.5"978-0-7748-0920-7PB $25.95  Communication TechnologyDarin Barney2005, 226 pp., 5.5 x 8.5"978-0-7748-1183-5PB $25.95  legislaturesDavid C. Docherty2005, 240 pp., 5.5 x 8.5"978-0-7748-1065-4PB $25.95  Advocacy GroupsLisa Young and Joanna Everitt2005, 188 pp., 5.5 x 8.5"978-0-7748-1111-8PB $25.95  Cabinets and first MinistersGraham White2006, 224 pp., 5.5 x 8.5"978-0-7748-1159-0PB $25.95  The CourtsIan Greene 2006, 200 pp., 5.5 x 8.5"978-0-7748-1185-9PB $25.95  Canadian deMoCratiC audit series8      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caPolitiCal sCienCePolitiCal sCienCePolitiCal sCienCeorder online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     9  Deliberative democracy is a dominant paradigm in normative political philosophy. Deliberative democrats want politics to be more than a clash of contending interests, and they believe political decisions should emerge from reasoned dialogue among citizens. But can these ideals be realized in complex and unjust societies? This book brings together leading scholars who explore debates in deliberative democratic theory in four areas of practice: education, constitutions and state boundaries, indigenous-settler relations, and citizen participation and public consultation. This dynamic volume casts new light on the strengths and limitations of deliberative democratic theory, offering guidance to policy makers and to students and scholars interested in democratic justice.DAviD kAHANe is an associate professor and Vargo Distinguished Teaching Chair in the Department of Political Science at the University of Alberta. DANiel WeiNsTOCk is a professor of philosophy and Canada Research Chair in Ethics and Political Philosophy at Université de Montréal. DOMiNique leyDeT is a professor of philosophy at Université de Québec à Montréal. MelissA WilliAMs is a profes-sor of political science at the University of Toronto.new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 264 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1678-6  PB $32.95  Political Science, Political Theory & Philosophy, LawDeliberative Democracy in Practiceedited by David kahane, Daniel Weinstock, Dominique leydet, and Melissa WilliamsWomen represent a slight majority of Quebec's population, yet they continue to occupy a minority of seats in its National Assembly and in Canada's House of Commons and Senate. To explain why this is, Manon Tremblay examines Quebec women's political engagements from 1791 to the present. She traces the path that led to women obtaining the rights to vote and run for office and then draws on statistics and interviews with female politicians to paint an in-depth portrait of women's under-representation and its main causes. Her innovative account not only documents the significant demo-cratic deficit in Canada's parliamentary systems, it also outlines strategies to improve women's access to legislative representation in Canada  and elsewhere.MANON TReMBlAy is a professor of political  science at the University of Ottawa. Widely pub-lished on issues of Canadian and Quebec politics and women and politics, she is editor, most recently, of Women and Legislative Representation: Electoral Systems, Political Parties, and Sex Quotas. kÄTHe ROTH has been a literary translator, working mainly in historical non-fiction, for more than twenty years. new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 272 pages, 6 x 9"11 tables, 4 charts978-0-7748-1769-1  PB $32.95  Political Science, Quebec Provincial Politics quebec Women and legislative RepresentationManon Tremblay, translated by käthe Roth In 1999 and 2000, France adopted laws to ensure equal access to elected office for women and men. Parity Democracy explores the evolution and influ-ence of France’s gender parity reforms, from their historical roots to their recent extension beyond the electoral sphere. Drawing on interviews with both parity advocates and opponents,  as well as on key European and French legal documents, Praud and Dauphin show that although these reforms have not dramatically boosted women’s represen-tation in the National Assembly, they have set in motion a process of feminization in the electoral sphere that bodes well for the future of parity democracy.JOCelyNe PRAuD teaches in the French Cohort Program at Simon Fraser University. sANDRiNe DAuPHiN is a researcher affiliated with the Centre de recherches sociologiques et politiques de Paris, a research laboratory of the Centre national de la recherche scientifique.new releaseNovember 2010, 160 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1943-5  HC $85.00  Political Science, European Politics, Women's StudiesParity DemocracyWomen's Political Representation in Fifth Republic FranceJocelyne Praud and sandrine Dauphin8      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     9  PolitiCal sCienCePolitiCal sCienCePolitiCal sCienCeCanada's relationship with the United States and its place in the world currently occupy distinct spheres in the minds of policymakers, intellectuals, and citizens. At home, Canada is thought to enjoy a  “special" relationship with the United States; abroad, it occupies a place as the world's problem-solver and peacekeeper. Patrick Lennox analyzes six key events in the history of relations between the two countries to reveal the underlying con-nection between the Canada-US relationship and Canada's place in the world. The war in Afghanistan is but the latest in a series of paradoxical inter-actions between the two states abroad that has resulted from the hierarchy in Canada-US relations at home.PATRiCk leNNOx is a Fellow of the Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute and the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie University.new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 192 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1706-6  PB $32.95  Political Science, International Relations, Canadian Foreign Policy, US PoliticsAt Home and AbroadThe Canada-US Relationship and Canada's Place in the WorldPatrick lennoxDo Canada and the United States share a special relationship, or is this just a face-saving myth, masking dependency and domination? The Politics of Linkage cuts through the rhetoric that clouds this debate by offering detailed accounts of four major bilateral disputes. It shows that the United States has not made coercive linkages between issues. In the early Cold War years, the exercise of American power over Canada was held in check by a genuinely special diplomatic culture but since then has been held back only by interest groups and institutions. This revisionist account of Canada-US relations is essential reading for anyone interested in Canadian politics, American foreign policy, or international diplomacy.Winner of the 2010 Donner Prize for the best book on Canadian Public Policy, Donner foundation.BRiAN BOW is an associate professor of political science at Dalhousie University and co-editor of An Independent Foreign Policy for Canada? Challenges and Choices for the Future.new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 232 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1696-0  PB $32.95  Political Science, International Relations, Canadian Foreign Policy, US Foreign PolicyThe Politics of linkagePower, Interdependence, and Ideas in Canada-US RelationsBrian BowCan election results be explained, given that each ballot reflects the influence of countless impres-sions, decisions, and attachments? Leading young scholars of political behaviour piece together a comprehensive portrait of the modern Canadian voter to reveal the challenges of understanding election results. By systematically exploring the long-standing attachments, short-term influences, and proximate factors that influence our behaviour in the voting booth, this theoretically grounded and methodologically advanced collection sheds new light on the choices we make as citizens and provides important insights into recent national developments.CAMeRON D. ANDeRsON and lAuRA B. sTePHeNsON are assistant professors in the Department of Political Science at the University  of Western Ontario. reCently releasedMay 2010, 320 pages, 6 x 9"28 b&w figures, 24 tables978-0-7748-1783-7  HC $85.00  Political Sciencevoting Behaviour in Canadaedited by Cameron D. Anderson and laura B. stephenson10      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     11  globalizationglobalizationglobalizationThe passage of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in 2007 focused atten-tion on the ways in which Indigenous peoples are adapting to the pressures of globalization and development. This volume extends the discussion by presenting case studies from around the world that explore how Indigenous peoples are engaging with and challenging globalization and Western views of autonomy. Taken together, these insightful studies reveal that concepts such as globalization and autonomy neither encapsulate nor explain Indigenous peoples’ experiences.MARiO BlAseR is Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Studies at Memorial University. RAvi de COsTA is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University. DeBORAH McGReGOR is an associate professor cross-appointed in the Department of Geography and Planning and the Aboriginal Studies program at the University of Toronto. WilliAM D. COleMAN is a professor and CIGI Chair in Globalization and Public Policy at the Balsillie School of International Affairs. reCently releasedMay 2010, 312 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1792-9  HC $85.00  Globalization, Aboriginal Politics & Policy, International Relations, Political ScienceGLOBALIzATION AND AUTONOMY SERIESindigenous Peoples and AutonomyInsights for a Global Ageedited by Mario Blaser, Ravi de Costa, Deborah McGregor, and William D. ColemanGlobalization has challenged concepts such as local culture and cultural autonomy. And the rampant commodification of cultural products has challenged the way we define culture itself. Have these developments transformed the relationship between culture and autonomy? Have traditional notions of cultural autonomy been recast? This book showcases the work of scholars who employ a broad definition of culture to trace how issues of cultural autonomy have played out in various arenas, including literary criticism, indigenous soci-eties, the Slow Food movement, and skateboarding culture. Although they focus on the marginalized issue of autonomy, they reveal that globalization has both limited as well as created new forms of cultural autonomy.PeTRA ReTHMANN is an associate professor in the Department of Anthropology at McMaster University. iMRe szeMAN is Canada Research Chair in Cultural Studies and a professor of English and film studies at the University of Alberta. WilliAM D. COleMAN is a professor and CIGI Chair in Globalization and Public Policy at the Balsillie School of International Affairs. reCently releasedMarch 2010, 336 pages, 6 x 9"3 b&w photos978-0-7748-1759-2  HC $85.00  Globalization, Communication & Cultural StudiesGLOBALIzATION AND AUTONOMY SERIESCultural AutonomyFrictions and Connectionsedited by Petra Rethmann, imre szeman, and William D. ColemanGlobalization has challenged relationships of rule in local, regional, national, and international set-tings. This unsettling of legitimacy raises ques-tions. Under what conditions do individuals and communities accept globalized decision making as legitimate? And what political practices do individu-als and collectivities under globalization use to exercise autonomy? To answer these questions, the contributors explore the disruptions and recon-figurations of political authority that accompany globalization. Arguing that we live in an era in which  political legitimacy at multiple scales of authority is under strain, they show that globalization has also created demands for regulation, security, and the protection of rights and expressions of individual and collective autonomy.sTeveN BeRNsTeiN is an associate professor of political science and associate director of the Centre for International Studies at the University of Toronto. WilliAM D. COleMAN is a professor and CIGI Chair in Globalization and Public Policy at the Balsillie School of International Affairs in Waterloo. new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 408 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1718-9  PB $32.95  Globalization, Comparative Politics GLOBALIzATION AND AUTONOMY SERIESunsettled legitimacyPolitical Community, Power, and Authority in a Global Eraedited by steven Bernstein and William D. Coleman10      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     11  aboriginal studiesaboriginal studiesaboriginal studiesHunters, medicine men, and missionaries continue to dominate images and narratives of the West, even though historians have recognized women’s role as colonizer and colonized since the 1980s. Kristin Burnett helps to correct this imbalance by presenting colonial medicine as a gendered phenomenon. Although the imperial eye focused on medicine men, Aboriginal women in the Treaty 7 region served as healers and caregivers – to their own people and to settler society – until the advent of settler-run hospitals and nursing stations. By revealing Aboriginal and settler women’s contribu-tions to health care, Taking Medicine challenges traditional understandings of colonial medicine in the contact zone.kRisTiN BuRNeTT is a member of the Department of History at Lakehead University.new releaseOctober 2010, 200 pages, 6 x 9"15 b&w photographs, 1 map978-0-7748-1828-5  HC $85.00  Aboriginal Studies, Aboriginal History,  Alberta History, Women's Studies, Aboriginal HealthTaking MedicineWomen's Healing Work and Colonial Contact in Southern Alberta, 1880–1930kristin BurnettBeing Again of One Mind combines a critical reading of feminist literature on nationalism with the nar-ratives of Oneida women of various generations to reveal that some Indigenous women view national-ism in the form of decolonization as a way to restore traditional gender balance and well-being to their own lives and communities. These insights chal-lenge mainstream feminist ideas about the mascu-line bias of Western theories of nation and about the dangers of nationalist movements that idealize women's so-called traditional role, questioning whether they apply to Indigenous women.liNA suNseRi, whose Longhouse name is Yeliwi:saks (Gathering Stories/Knowledge), from the Oneida Nation of the Thames, Turtle Clan, is an assistant professor of sociology at Brescia University College, an affiliate of the University of Western Ontario. new releaseNovember 2010, 200 pages, 6 x 9"3 b&w photos, 3 maps978-0-7748-1935-0  HC $85.00  Aboriginal Studies, Women's Studies, Aboriginal History, Social & Cultural Anthropology Being Again of One MindOneida Women and the Struggle for Decolonizationlina sunseriHistorically, indigenous women and mainstream feminism have had an uneasy relationship. While indigenous feminism has often been subsumed within the categories of women of colour and post-colonial feminism, in truth, it goes beyond these constructs to engage in crucial issues of cultural identity, nationalism, and decolonization that are particular to indigenous contexts. This timely and groundbreaking collection looks at developments in indigenous feminist culture, activism, and politics to explore how indigenous women in Canada and the United States are creating a space within feminism for a theory and practice specific to their interests.CHeRyl suzACk is an assistant professor of English and Aboriginal studies at the University of Toronto. sHARi M. HuHNDORf is an associate professor of ethnic studies and women’s and gender studies at the University of Oregon. JeANNe PeRReAulT is a professor and associate head of the Graduate Program, Department of English, University of Calgary. JeAN BARMAN is Professor Emeritus, University of British Columbia.new releaseOctober 2010, 296 pages, 6 x 9"8 b&w photos, 2 tables978-0-7748-1807-0  HC $85.00  Aboriginal Studies, Aboriginal Politics, Aboriginal History, Women's Studies, Cultural Studiesindigenous Women and feminismPolitics, Activism, Cultureedited by Cheryl suzack, shari M. Huhndorf, Jeanne Perreault, and Jean Barman12      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     13  aboriginal studiesaboriginal studiesaboriginal studiesBritish traders and Ojibwe hunters. Cree women and their metis daughters. These people and their complex identities were not featured in history writing until the 1970s, when scholars from multiple disciplines began to bring new perspectives to bear on the past. Gathering Places presents some of the most innovative approaches to metis, fur trade, and First Nations history being practised today. By drawing on archaeological, material, oral, and ethnographic evidence and exploring personal approaches to history and scholarship, the authors depart from the old paradigm of history writing and offer new models for recovering Aboriginal and cross-cultural experiences and perspectives.CAROlyN PODRuCHNy teaches history at York University. lAuRA PeeRs teaches and is a curator at the Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford. new releaseSeptember 2010, 352 pages, 6 x 9"17 photos, 3 paintings, 1 map, 4 tables978-0-7748-1843-8  HC $90.00  Aboriginal Studies, Canadian History, Anthropology, Historiography Gathering PlacesAboriginal and Fur Trade Historiesedited by Carolyn Podruchny and laura PeersThe story of the expansion of civilization into the wilderness continues to shape perceptions of how Aboriginal people became part of nations such as Canada. Patricia McCormack subverts this narrative of modernity by examining nation building from the perspective of a northern community and its residents. Fort Chipewyan, she argues, was never an isolated Aboriginal community but a plural soci-ety at the crossroads of global, national, and local forces. By tracing the events that led its Aboriginal residents to sign Treaty No. 8 and their struggle to maintain autonomy thereafter, this ground- breaking study shows that Aboriginal peoples and others can and have become modern without relin-quishing cherished beliefs and practices.PATRiCiA McCORMACk is an associate professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta.new releaseNovember 2010, 352 pages, 6 x 9"50 b&w photos, 8 maps, 8 tables, 2 family trees978-0-7748-1668-7  HC $90.00  Aboriginal Studies, Canadian History, Alberta History, Historiographyfort Chipewyan and the shaping of Canadian History, 1788–1920sWe like to be free in this countryPatricia A. McCormackUnsettling the Settler Within weaves together a unique blend of empirical evidence and personal vignettes to show why all Canadians should care deeply about the history of Indian residential schools and work actively to dismantle their legacy. Paulette Regan, a former residential schools claims manager, reveals the truth behind the rhetoric of benevolence that has falsely coloured settler- Indigenous relations. Her personal account of a transformative experience at a Gitxsan apology feast conveys a powerful lesson: Canadians must engage in their own unsettling journey of decoloni-zation if true healing and reconciliation are to occur.PAuleTTe ReGAN is a senior researcher for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.new releaseNovember 2010,  280 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1777-6  HC $85.00  Aboriginal Studies, Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Law, Canadian History, Law & Societyunsettling the settler WithinIndian Residential Schools, Truth Telling, and Reconciliation in CanadaPaulette Regan12      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     13  aboriginal studiesaboriginal studiesaboriginal studiesIn recent years there has been growing interest in identifying the social and cultural attributes that define the Metis as a distinct people. In this groundbreaking study, Brenda Macdougall employs the concept of wahkootowin – the Cree term for a worldview that privileges family and values interconnectedness – to trace the emergence of a Metis community in northern Saskatchewan. Wahkootowin describes how relationships worked and helps to explain how the Metis negotiated with local economic and religious institutions while nur-turing a society that emphasized family obligation and responsibility. This innovative exploration of the birth of Metis identity offers a model for future research and discussion.BReNDA MACDOuGAll is an associate professor in the Department of Native Studies at the University of Saskatchewan.new in PaPerbaCkJanuary 2011, 360 pages, 6 x 9"8 b&w photos, 5 maps, 24 family trees978-0-7748-1730-1  PB $34.95  Aboriginal Studies, Canadian History,  Saskatchewan HistoryOne of the familyMetis Culture in Nineteenth-Century Northwestern SaskatchewanBrenda MacdougallIn 1899 the Canadian government passed legis-lation to replace the community appointment of Mi'kmaw leaders with the triennial system, a Euro-Canadian system of democratic band council elections. Officials in Ottawa assumed the federally mandated and supervised system would redefine Mi'kmaw politics. They were wrong. Many Mi'kmaw communities rejected or amended the legislation, while others accepted it only sporadically to meet specific community needs and goals. Compelling and timely, this book supports Aboriginal claims to self-governance and complicates understandings of state power by showing that the Mi'kmaw, rather than succumbing to imposed political models, retained political practices that distinguished them from their Euro-Canadian neighbours.MARTHA elizABeTH WAlls teaches Canadian, Atlantic Canadian, and First Nations history.reCently releasedMay 2010, 216 pages, 6 x 9"9 b&w photos, 16 tables, 1 map978-0-7748-1789-9  HC $85.00  Aboriginal Studies, Canadian History, Atlantic History, Political ScienceNo need of a chief for this bandMaritime Mi'kmaq and Federal Electoral Legislation, 1899–1951Martha elizabeth WallsFollowing the removal of the gray whale from the Endangered Species list in 1994, the Makah tribe of northwest Washington State and the Nuu-chah-nulth Nation of British Columbia announced that they would revive their whale hunts. The Makah whale hunt of 1999 was met with enthusiastic sup-port and vehement opposition. A member of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nation, Charlotte Coté offers a valuable perspective on the issues surrounding indigenous whaling. Her analysis includes major Native studies and contemporary Native rights issues, addressing environmentalism, animal rights activism, anti-treaty conservatism, and the public's expectations about what it means to be “Indian."CHARlOTTe COTÉ is associate professor of American Indian Studies at the University of Washington.new releaseJuly 2010, 328 pages, 6 x 10"22 illustrations, 3 maps978-0-2959-9046-0  PB $24.95  Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Politics & Policy, Environmental History, Anthropology, BC Environment, Canadian History, BC Politics Canadian Rights only. Published outside of Canada by the University of Washington Press.spirits of Our Whaling AncestorsRevitalizing Makah and Nuu-chah-nulth TraditionsCharlotte Coté, foreword by Micah McCarty14      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     15  gender studiesaboriginal studiesaboriginal studiesScholars of social movements tend to overlook the achievements and political significance of women’s movements. Through theoretical discussions and empirical examples, Solidarities beyond Borders demonstrates the creativity and dynamism of transnational feminist and women’s groups around the world. These timely case studies from North America, Latin America, and Southeast Asia explore the benefits and challenges of extending ties beyond national borders and disciplinary bound-aries. The contributors not only bring to light the opportunities and challenges that globalization poses for transnationalizing women’s movements, they offer important strategic, conceptual, and methodological lessons for all social movements.PAsCAle DufOuR is an associate professor of political science at the University of Montreal. DOMiNique MAssON is an associate profes-sor at the Institute of Women’s Studies and the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Ottawa. DOMiNique CAOueTTe is an associate professor of political science at the University of Montreal.new releaseSeptember 2010, 320 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1795-0  HC $90.00  Gender Studies, Political Science, Women's Studies, Globalization, Race & Transnationalism in Politics, Sociologysolidarities beyond BordersTransnationalizing Women's Movementsedited by Pascale Dufour, Dominique Masson, and Dominique CaouetteSince the mid-twentieth century, sustained contact between Inuit and newcomers in the Eastern Arctic has led to profound changes in education, including the experience of colonization and progress toward the re-establishment of traditional education in schools. Heather McGregor assesses these trends over four periods – the traditional, the colonial (1945-70), the territorial (1971-81), and the local (1982-99). She concludes that education is most successful when Inuit involvement and local control support a system reflecting Inuit culture and visions.HeATHeR e. McGReGOR is a researcher who cur-rently works for the public service in Nunavut.reCently releasedMay 2010, 224 pages, 6 x 9"9 b&w photos, 1 map978-0-7748-1744-8  HC $85.00  Aboriginal Studies, Aboriginal Education, Aboriginal Politics & Policy, Northern Studies, Educational Policy & Theory inuit education and schools in the eastern ArcticHeather e. McGregorFrontiers were not confined to the bush, backwoods, or borderlands. Towns and cities at the farthest reaches of empire were crucial to the settler colonial project. Yet the experiences of Indigenous peoples in these urban frontiers have been over-shadowed by triumphant narratives of progress. This book explores the lives of Indigenous peoples and settlers in two Pacific Rim cities – Victoria, British Columbia, and Melbourne, Australia. Built on Indigenous lands and overtaken by gold rushes, these cities emerged between 1835 and 1871 in significantly different locations, yet both became cross-cultural and segregated sites of empire. This innovative study traces how these spaces, and the bodies in them, were transformed, sometimes in violent ways, creating new spaces and new polities.PeNelOPe eDMONDs is an Australian Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Historical Studies at the University of Melbourne.new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 328 pages, 6 x 9"24 b&w photos, 5 maps978-0-7748-1622-9  PB $35.95  Aboriginal Studies, Canadian History, BC Historyurbanizing frontiersIndigenous Peoples and Settlers in 19th-Century Pacific Rim CitiesPenelope edmonds14      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     15  environMental studiesgender & sexuality studiesgender & sexuality studiesNational parks occupy a prominent place in the Canadian imagination, yet we are only beginning to understand how their visual representation has shaped and continues to inform our perception of ecological issues and the natural world. J. Keri Cronin draws on historical and modern postcards, advertisements, and other images of Jasper National Park to trace how various groups and the tourism industry have used photography to divorce the park from real environmental threats and instead to package it as a series of breathtaking vis-tas and adorable-looking animals. Manufacturing National Park Nature demonstrates that popular forms of picturing nature can have ecological implications that extend far beyond the frame of the image.J. keRi CRONiN is an assistant professor in the Visual Arts Department at Brock University. She is also a faculty affiliate in Brock’s Social Justice and Equity Studies graduate program and the editor of The Brock Review.new releaseDecember 2010, 208 pages, 6 x 9"42 b&w illustrations978-0-7748-1907-7  HC $85.00  Environmental Studies, Environmental History, Environmental Politics, Resource Mangement, Canadian History, Art HistoryNATURE | HISTORY | SOCIETY SERIESManufacturing National Park NaturePhotography, Ecology, and the Wilderness Industry of JasperJ. keri CroninFrom the 1950s to the late 1990s, agents of the state spied on, interrogated, and harassed gays and lesbians in Canada, employing social ideologies and other practices to construct their targets as threats to society. Based on official security documents and interviews with gays, lesbians, civil servants, and high-ranking officials, this path-breaking book discloses acts of state repression and forms of resistance that raise questions about just whose national security was being protected. Passionate and personalized, this account of how the state used the ideology of national security to wage war on its own people offers ways of understanding, and resisting, contemporary conflicts such as the “war on terror."GARy kiNsMAN is a professor in the Sociology Department at Laurentian University, Sudbury. PATRiziA GeNTile is an assistant professor in the Pauline Jewett Institute of Women’s and Gender Studies at Carleton University. reCent PaPerbaCk releaseMarch 2010, 584 pages, 6 x 9"19 b&w photos, 2 charts, 1 map978-0-7748-1628-1  PB $34.95  Gender & Sexuality Studies, Queer Studies, Canadian History, Canadian Legal History, Feminism & Gender Studies in Law, Sociology SExUALITY STUDIES SERIESThe Canadian War on queersNational Security as Sexual RegulationGary kinsman and Patrizia GentileThe lives of many lesbians prior to 1965 remain cloaked in mystery. Historians have turned the spotlight on upper-middle-class “romantic friends" and on working-class butch and femme women, but the lives of the lower-middle-class majority remain in the shadows. Awfully Devoted Women offers a portrait of middle-class lesbianism in the decades before the gay rights movement in English Canada. This intimate study of the lives of women who were forced to love in secret not only challenges the idea that lesbian relationships in the past were asexual, it also reveals the courage it took to explore desire in an era when women were supposed to know little about sexuality.CAMeRON DuDeR teaches history at Capilano University in Vancouver.reCently releasedApril 2010, 328 pages, 6 x 9"5 b&w illustrations978-0-7748-1738-7  HC $85.00  Gender & Sexuality Studies, Queer Studies, Women's Studies, Canadian History SExUALITY STUDIES SERIESAwfully Devoted WomenLesbian Lives in Canada, 1900–65Cameron Duder16      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     17  environMental studiesenvironMental studiesenvironMental studiesThe Newfoundland and Labrador cod fishery was once the most successful commercial ground fishery in the world. When it collapsed in 1992, many pointed to failures in management such as uncontrolled harvesting as likely culprits. Managed Annihilation makes the case that the idea of natural resource management itself was the problem. The collapse occurred when the fisheries were state-managed and still, two decades later, there is no recovery in sight. Although the collapse raised doubts among policy-makers about their ability to understand and control nature, their ultimate goal of control through management has not wavered and has been transferred from wild fish to to fisher-men and farmed cod.DeAN BAviNGTON is an assistant professor and Canada Research Chair in Environmental History at Nipissing University. reCently releasedMay 2010, 224 pages, 6 x 9"6 b&w figures, 2 maps, 6 tables978-0-7748-1747-9  HC $85.00  Environmental Studies, Resource Mangement, Atlantic History, Resource Policy & Politics, Environmental Policy, Environmental Politics, Environmental Advocacy & Activism, Sustainability, NATURE | HISTORY | SOCIETY SERIESManaged AnnihilationAn Unnatural History of the Newfoundland Cod CollapseDean BavingtonOur bodies are archives of sensory knowledge that shape how we understand the world. If our environ-ment changes at an unsettling pace, how will we make sense of a world that is no longer familiar? One of Canada's premier historians tackles this question by exploring situations in the recent past where state-driven megaprojects and regula-tory and technological changes forced ordinary people to cope with transformations that were so radical that they no longer recognized their home and workplaces or, by implication, who they were. In concert with a ground-breaking, creative, and analytical website, http://megaprojects.uwo.ca, this timely study offers a prescient perspective on how humans make sense of a rapidly changing world.JOy PARR is a professor and Canada Research Chair in Technology, Culture, and Risk in the Geography Department at the University of Western Ontario. new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 304 pages, 6 x 9"26 b&w illustrations; 6 maps978-0-7748-1724-0  PB $32.95  Environmental Studies, Environmental History, Environmental Politics, Environmental Policy, Canadian Social History, Sensory Studies NATURE | HISTORY | SOCIETY SERIESsensing ChangesTechnologies, Environments, and the Everyday, 1953–2003Joy ParrThe vast temperate rainforests of coastal British Columbia are world-renowned, but much less is known about the other rainforest located 500 kilometres inland along the western slopes of the interior mountains. The unique integration of continentality and humidity in this region favours the development of lush rainforest communities that incorporate both coastal and boreal elements. In British Columbia’s Inland Rainforest, scientists bring together, for the first time, a broad spectrum of information about this distinctive ecosystem. They also consider the ecological consequences of human activities in the rainforest and present strategies for its management and conservation.susAN k. sTeveNsON is an independent profes-sional biologist and an adjunct professor at UNBC. HAROlD M. ARMleDeR,  ANDRÉ ARseNAulT, DARWyN COxsON, s. CRAiG DelONG,  and MiCHAel Jull work in ecology and biology.new releaseDecember 2010, 360 pages, 6 x 9"45 colour photos, 40 b&w photos, 9 maps, 27 graphs, 3 diagrams978-0-7748-1849-0  HC $95.00  Environmental Studies, BC Environment, Environmental History, Environmental Politics, Resource Mangement, Foresty, Fisheries & Resources British Columbia's inland RainforestEcology, Conservation, and Managementsusan stevenson, Harold Armleder, Andre Arsenault, Darwyn Coxson, s. Craig Delong,  and Mike Jull16      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     17  environMental studiesenvironMental studiesenvironMental studiesAs oil reserves decline and the environment takes centre stage in public policy discussions, the merits and dangers of nuclear power and nuclear waste management are once again being debated. Nuclear Waste Management in Canada provides a critical counterpoint to the position of government and industry by examining not only the technical but also the social and ethical aspects of the issue. What do frequently used terms such as safety, risk, and acceptability really mean? And how and why did the public consultation process in Canada fail to address ethical and social issues? This timely collection defuses the uncertainty, ambiguity, and ignorance that surrounds discussions of nuclear energy.DARRiN DuRANT is an assistant professor in the Program in Science and Technology Studies at York University. GeNevieve fuJi JOHNsON is an assis-tant professor in the Department of Political Science at Simon Fraser University.  new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 208 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1709-7  PB $32.95  Environmental Studies, Canadian Public Policy & Administration, Environmental Politics, Environmental Engineering & Technology, Environmental Advocacy & ActivismNuclear Waste Management in CanadaCritical Issues, Critical Perspectivesedited by Darrin Durant and Genevieve fuji JohnsonWe all know what water is, and we often take it for granted. But the spectre of a worldwide water crisis suggests that there might be something fundamen-tally wrong with the way we think about water. Jamie Linton dives into the history of water as an abstract concept, stripped of its environmental, social, and cultural contexts. Reduced to a scientific abstrac-tion – to mere H2O – this concept has given modern society licence to dam, divert, and manipulate water with apparent impunity. Part of the solution to the water crisis involves reinvesting water with social content, thus altering the way we see water. An original take on a deceptively complex issue, What Is Water? offers a fresh approach to a fundamental problem.JAMie liNTON is a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Geography at Queen’s University. new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 320 pages, 6 x 9"30 b&w illustrations978-0-7748-1702-8  PB $34.95  Environmental Studies, Environmental Philosophy, Environmental History, Resource Mangement, SustainabilityNATURE | HISTORY | SOCIETY SERIES What is Water?The History of a Modern AbstractionJamie lintonThe farming of aquatic organisms is one of the most promising but controversial new industries in Canada. The industry has the potential to solve food supply problems, but critics believe it poses unacceptable threats to human health, local com-munities, and the environment. This book is not about the methods and techniques of aquaculture, but it is an exploration of the controversy itself. The authors present the controversy as a multi-layered conflict about knowledge, rights, and development. Comprehensive and balanced, this book addresses one of the most contentious public policy and envi-ronmental issues facing the world today.NATHAN yOuNG is an assistant professor of sociol-ogy at the University of Ottawa. RAlPH MATTHeWs is a professor of sociology at the University of British Columbia and professor emeritus of sociol-ogy at McMaster University. reCently releasedMay 2010, 304 pages, 6 x 9"13 figures, 40 tables978-0-7748-1810-0  HC $85.00  Environmental Studies, Environmental Politics, Environmental Policy, Resource Mangement, Resource Policy & Politics, Environmental Advocacy & Activism, Media Studies, Sociology The Aquaculture Controversy in CanadaActivism, Policy, and Contested ScienceNathan young and Ralph Matthews18      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     19  urban studiesurban studiesornitHologyWhen a recent wave of condominium development overtook Toronto, women emerged as powerful con-sumers, and reports claimed that home ownership was offering young, single women freedom, financial independence, and personal security. Sex and the Revitalized City examines the truth of these claims by exploring the phenomenon from the perspective of women condo owners and planners and develop-ers. This fresh perspective on urban revitalization reveals that condo ownership is not freeing women from constraints – neoliberal ideologies are remak-ing women's relationship with the city in the image of fast capital and consumer citizenship. Women's emancipation through condominium ownership is a marketing ploy rather than a major shift in gender relations.leslie keRN is an assistant professor of women's studies at Mount Allison University.reCently releasedMarch 2010, 224 pages, 6 x 9"13 b&w photos978-0-7748-1822-3  HC $85.00  Urban Studies & Planning, Women's Studies, Sociologysex and the Revitalized CityGender, Condominium Development, and Urban Citizenshipleslie kernUrban sprawl – low-density subdivisions and busi-ness parks, big box stores and mega-malls – has increasingly come to define city growth despite decades of planning and policy. In Perverse Cities, Pamela Blais argues that flawed public policies and mis-pricing create hidden, “perverse” subsidies and incentives that promote sprawl while discouraging more efficient and sustainable urban forms – clearly not what most planners and environmentalists have in mind. She makes the case for accurate pricing and better policy to curb sprawl and shows how this can be achieved in practice through a range of market-oriented tools that promote efficient, sustainable cities.PAMelA BlAis is a city planner and principal of Toronto-based Metropole Consultants.new releaseOctober 2010, 288 pages, 6 x 9"2 figures, 8 tables978-0-7748-1895-7  HC $85.00  Urban Studies & Planning, Canadian Urban & Regional Politics, SociologyPerverse CitiesHIdden Subsidies, Wonky Policy, and Urban SprawlPamela BlaisThe volumes in the Birds of Ontario series summa-rize life history requirements of bird species that are normally part of the ecology of Ontario. The first volume dealt with waterfowl through cranes while this volume deals with shorebirds through woodpeckers and completes the treatment of the nonpasserines. Information on habitat, limiting factors, and status are dealt with for the three main bird seasons: breeding, migration, and winter. This book will be an essential reference for biologists, planners, environmental consultants, and other resource professionals involved in environmental issues and management pertaining to birds. It will also be a valuable reference for serious birders. Although focusing on birds of Ontario, the book will be relevant to adjacent provinces and states.Al sANDilANDs is an environmental consultant employed by his own firm, Gray Owl Environmental Inc. reCently releasedMay 2010, 384 pages, 8 x 10"80 maps, 84 drawings of birds978-0-7748-1762-2  HC $95.00  Ornithology, Natural History  Birds of Ontario: Habitat Requirements, limiting factors, and status, vol. 2Nonpasserines: Shorebirds through WoodpeckersAl sandilands, with Ross James18      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     19  lawsoCiologyurban studiesSince 9/11 and the onset of the “war on terror,” the principal challenge confronting liberal democra-cies has been to balance freedom with security and individual with collective rights. This book sheds new light on the evolution of human rights norms in liberal democracies by charting the activism of four Canadian NGOs on issues of refugee rights, hate speech, and the death penalty, including their use of difficult, often controversial legal cases as plat-forms to assert human rights principles and shape judicial policy-making. The struggles of these NGOs reveal not only the fragility but also the resilience of ideas about rights in liberal democracies.ANDReW s. THOMPsON is a senior fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation and an adjunct professor of political science at the University of Waterloo.new releaseOctober 2010, 224 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1861-2  HC $85.00  Law, History of Civil Liberties & Human Rights, Law & Society, Canadian Social Policy LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESin Defence of PrinciplesNGOs and Human Rights in CanadaAndrew s. ThompsonThe past few decades have seen a proliferation of video surveillance systems in a number of major Western cities. Are these systems in the public interest, or do they signal more intrusive forms of policing? This investigation of the governance structures and privacy-protection policy frame-works that accompanied street surveillance pro-grams provides much-needed data for this debate. In Canada, these programs sprang from dreams of a crime prevention system based on social control, but proponents soon embraced them as a crime-solving tool that makes people feel safer.seAN P. HieR is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Victoria.new releaseSeptember 2010, 256 pages, 6 x 9"20 b&w photographs978-0-7748-1871-1  HC $85.00  Sociology, Law & Society, Socio–legal Studies, Security StudiesPanoptic DreamsStreetscape Video Surveillance in Canadasean P. HierThe Hanshin Earthquake was the largest disaster to affect postwar Japan and one of the most destruc-tive postwar natural disasters to strike a developed country. Although the media focused on the disas-ter’s immediate effects, the long-term reconstruc-tion efforts have gone largely unexplored. Drawing on extensive fieldwork, David Edgington records the first ten years of reconstruction and recovery and asks whether planners successfully exploited opportunities to make a more sustainable and disaster-proof city. This intricate investigation of one of the largest redevelopment projects in recent memory is essential reading for urban planners and policy makers, and anyone interested in Japanese urban and planning history.DAviD W. eDGiNGTON is a former director of the Centre for Japanese Research and an associate professor of geography at the University of British Columbia. reCently releasedMarch 2010, 328 pages, 6 x 9"45 b&w photos, 21 maps, 28 charts, 27 tables978-0-7748-1756-1  HC $95.00  Urban Studies & Planning, Japanese StudiesReconstructing kobeThe Geography of Crisis and OpportunityDavid W. edgington20      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     21  lawlawlawHuman rights violations leave deep scars on people, societies, and nations. Rights groups argue that resolving past violence is necessary for a peaceful future. But how can nations ensure that instru-ments of transitional justice are the best path to reconciliation? This book develops a theoretical framework of acknowledgement to evaluate truth commissions. Analysis of the difficulties encoun-tered and the ultimate failure of truth commissions in Uganda and Haiti reveals that acknowledgement of past violence must come before goals such as forgiveness and social cohesion if reconciliation is to be achieved.JOANNA R. quiNN is an assistant profes-sor of political science and director of the Centre for Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction at the University of Western Ontario.new releaseAugust 2010, 224 pages, 6 x 9"2 maps, 2 figures978-0-7748-1846-9  HC $85.00  Law, Political Science, Race & Transnationalism in PoliticsLAW AND SOCIETY SERIESThe Politics of AcknowledgementTruth Commissions in Uganda and HaitiJoanna R. quinnPolitical communities are defined, and often contested, through stories. Scholars have long rec-ognized that two foundational sets of stories – nar-ratives of contact and narratives of arrival – helped to define settler societies. Storied Communities disrupts the assumption in many works that indigenous and immigrant identities fall into two separate streams of analysis. The authors juxta-pose narratives of contact and narratives of arrival as they explore key themes such as narrative form, the nature of storytelling in the political realm, and the institutional and theoretical implications of foundation narratives. By doing so, they open up new ways to imagine, sustain, and transform politi-cal communities.HesTeR lessARD is a professor of law at the University of Victoria. ReBeCCA JOHNsON is a pro-fessor of law at the University of Victoria. JeReMy WeBBeR holds the Canada Research Chair in Law and Society at the University of Victoria and is also a Trudeau Fellow. new releaseNovember 2010, 320 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1879-7  HC $90.00  Law, Political Science, Race & Transnationalism in Politics, Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Law, Historiography, Aboriginal Politics & Policy, Constitutional Law, Law & Politicsstoried CommunitiesNarratives of Contact and Arrival in Constituting Political Communityedited by Hester lessard, Rebecca Johnson, and Jeremy WebberConsent has long been used to establish the legitimacy of society. But when one asks – who consented? how? to what type of community? – consent becomes very elusive, more myth than reality. In Between Consenting Peoples, leading scholars in legal and political theory examine the different ways in which consent has been used to justify political communities and the authority of law, especially in indigenous-nonindigenous rela-tions. They explore the kind of consent – the kind of attachment – that might ground political com-munity and establish a fair relationship between indigenous and nonindigenous peoples.JeReMy WeBBeR holds the Canada Research Chair in Law and Society at the University of Victoria and is a Trudeau Fellow. COliN M. MACleOD is an associate professor of law and philosophy at the University of Victoria. new releaseNovember 2010, 272 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1883-4  HC $85.00  Law, Political Theory, Aboriginal Politics & Policy,  Constitutional Law, Law & Politics, Law & Society, Philosophy, Political ScienceBetween Consenting PeoplesPolitical Community and the Meaning of Consentedited by Jeremy Webber and Colin M. Macleod20      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     21  lawlawlawThrough an examination of Canadians' complicated roles as agents and objects of globalization, this book shows how Canada's experience of and con-tribution to globalized governance is characterized by serious imbalances. It explores these imbalances by tracing three interlinked developments: the emergence of a neoconservative supraconstitu-tion, the transformation of the nation-state, and the growth of governance beyond the nation-state. Advocating a revitalized Canadian state as a vehicle for pursuing human security, ecological integrity, and social emancipation, and for creating spaces in which progressive, alternative forms of law and governance can unfold, this book offers a compel-ling analysis of the challenges that middle powers and their citizens face in a globalizing world.sTePHeN ClARksON is a professor of political economy at the University of Toronto and a senior fellow of the Centre for International Governance Innovation. sTePAN WOOD is a professor of law at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, and a Core Faculty member of the York Institute for Research and Innovation in Sustainability. new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 360 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1489-8  PB $32.95  Law, Law & Politics, Political Science, Globalization LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESA Perilous imbalanceThe Globalization of Canadian Law and Governancestephen Clarkson and stepan WoodThe Canadian Yearbook of International Law is issued annually under the auspices of the Canadian Branch of the International Law Association (Canadian Society of International Law) and the Canadian Council on International Law. The Yearbook contains articles of lasting significance in the field of international legal studies; a notes and comments section; a digest of international economic law; a section on current Canadian practice in international law; a digest of important Canadian cases in the fields of public international law, private international law, and conflict of laws; a list of recent treaties; and book reviews.D.M. McRAe (editor-in-chief) is a professor and Hyman Soloway Chair in Business and Trade Law at the University of Ottawa. A.l.C. de MesTRAl (asso-ciate editor) is a professor and Jean Monnet Chair in the Law of International Economic Integration at McGill University. new releaseDecember 2010, 640 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1987-9  HC $175.00  Law, International Law, Reference Canadian yearbook of international law, vol. 47, 2009edited by D.M. McRae and A.l.C. de MestralThe trade principles of Western liberal democracies are at the core of international trade law regimes and standards. Are non-Western societies adopting international standards, or are they adapting them to local norms and cultural values? This volume employs the paradigm of selective adaptation to explain the reception of international trade law in the Pacific Rim. Drawing on examples from China, Japan, Thailand, and North America, the contribu-tors show that formal acceptance of international trade standards does not necessarily translate into uniform enforcement and acceptance at the local level. They offer compelling evidence that non- uniform compliance will be a legitimate outcome of the globalization of international trade law.PiTMAN B. POTTeR is the Hong Kong Bank Chair in Asian Research at the Institute of Asian Research and Professor of Law at the University of British Columbia. lJilJANA BiukOviC is  an associate pro-fessor of law at the University of British Columbia. new releaseNovember 2010, 288 pages, 6 x 9"5 graphs, 4 tables978-0-7748-1903-9  HC $90.00  Law, Globalization, Trade,  International Law, International Political ScienceGlobalization and local Adaptation in international Trade lawedited by Pitman B. Potter and ljiljana Biukovic22      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     23  lawlawlawIn 1913, Toronto launched Canada's first women's police court. The court was run by and for women, but was it a great achievement? This multifaceted portrait of the cases, defendants, and officials that graced its halls reveals a fundamental contra-diction at the experiment's core: the Toronto Women's Police Court was both a site for feminist adaptations of justice and a court empowered to punish women. Reconstructed from case files and newspaper accounts, this engrossing portrait of the trials and tribulations that accompanied an early experiment in feminized justice sheds new light on maternal feminist politics, women and crime, and the role of resistance, agency, and experience in the criminal justice system.AMANDA GlAsBeek is an assistant professor of criminology in the Department of Social Science at York University. new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 240 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1712-7  PB $32.95  Law, Feminism & Gender Studies in Law, Legal History, Women's Studies LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESfeminized JusticeThe Toronto Women's Court, 1913–34Amanda GlasbeekBertha Wilson's appointment to the Supreme Court of Canada in 1982 capped off a career of firsts. Wilson had been the first woman lawyer and part-ner at a prominent Toronto law firm and the first woman appointed to the Ontario Court of Appeal. Her career and passing in 2007 provoked reflection on her contributions to Canadian society and raised the question, What difference do women judges make? Justice Bertha Wilson examines Wilson's career through three distinct frames – foundations, controversy, and reflections – and a wide range of feminist perspectives. Taken together, these provocative essays paint an intriguing portrait of a complex, controversial woman who made a deep impression on the Canadian legal landscape.kiM BROOks is an associate professor and the  H. Heward Stikeman Chair in the Law of Taxation in the Faculty of Law at McGill University. new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 344 pages, 6 x 9"4 b&w photos978-0-7748-1733-2  PB $32.95  Law, Feminism & Gender Studies in Law, Political Science, Law & Politics, Law & Society, Women's Studies LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESJustice Bertha WilsonOne Woman's Differenceedited by kim BrooksSince the Charter of Rights and Freedoms was introduced, Canada has experienced more than twenty-five years of constitutional politics and countless debates about the future of Canada. There has, however, been no systematic attempt to identify general theories about Canada's con-stitutional evolution. Patrick James corrects this oversight. By adding clarity to familiar debates, this succinct assessment of major writings on constitu-tional politics sharpens our vision of the past – and the future – of the Canadian federation.PATRiCk JAMes is a professor of international rela-tions and director of the Center for International Studies at the University of Southern California. reCently releasedMarch 2010, 200 pages, 6 x 9"9 figures978-0-7748-1786-8  HC $85.00  Law, Constitutional Law, Political Science, Canadian Federal Politics LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESConstitutional Politics in Canada after the CharterLiberalism, Communitarianism, and SystemismPatrick James22      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     23  lawlawlawConstructing Crime examines why particular behaviours are defined and enforced as crimes and particular individuals are targeted as criminals. Contributors interrogate notions of crime, process-es of criminalization, and the deployment of the concept of crime in five areas – the enforcement of fraud against welfare recipients and physicians, the enforcement of laws against Aboriginal harvest-ing practices, the perceptions of disorder in public housing projects, and the selective criminalization of gambling. These case studies and an afterword by Marie-Andrée Bertrand challenge us to consider just who is rendered criminal and why.JANeT MOsHeR is an associate professor at Osgoode Hall Law School at York University.  JOAN BROCkMAN is a professor at the School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University. reCently releasedMay 2010, 224 pages, 6 x 9"11 tables978-0-7748-1819-3  HC $85.00  Law, Criminology, Law & Society LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESConstructing CrimeContemporary Processes of Criminalizationedited by Janet Mosher and Joan BrockmanDelgamuukw. Mabo. Ngati Apa. Recent cases have created a framework for litigating Aboriginal title in Canada, Australia, and New zealand. The distin-guished group of scholars whose work is show-cased here, however, shows that our understanding of where the concept of Aboriginal title came from – and where it may be going – can also be enhanced by exploring legal developments in these former British colonies in a comparative, multidisciplinary framework. This path-breaking book offers a perspective on Aboriginal title that extends beyond national borders to consider similar developments in common law countries.lOuis A. kNAflA is a professor emeritus of the Department of History and Director of Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Calgary. HAiJO WesTRA is a professor of Greek and Roman studies at the University of Calgary. reCently releasedApril 2010, 280 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1560-4  HC $85.00  Law, Aboriginal Law, Aboriginal History,  Political Science LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESAboriginal Title and indigenous PeoplesCanada, Australia, and New zealandedited by louis A. knafla and Haijo WestraCourts of law at once reflect and shape the society in which they reside and dispense justice. To mark the 2010 centenary of the British Columbia Court of Appeal, this book presents an institutional, jurisprudential, and biographical account of the court and its evolving role in the province. Richly illustrated and replete with group portraits of judges and accounts of key cases, this authoritative history explores how the court came into being, how it has operated, and who its judges have been. In the process, it tells the story of how the court has shaped – and been shaped by – the social, political, and legal development of British Columbia.CHRisTOPHeR MOORe is a well-known writer of Canadian history and the author of several works of legal history. His website can be found at www.christophermoore.ca.reCently releasedMarch 2010, 304 pages, 6 x 9"105 b&w illustrations978-0-7748-1864-3  HC $85.00  Law, Legal History, BC Law, BC History, Law & Politics The British Columbia Court of AppealThe First Hundred YearsChristopher Moore24      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     25  Cultural studiesCoMMuniCationCriMinologyAs nations around the world wrestle with issues of immigration, integration, and pluralism, second-generation immigrants are exploring new ways to make sense of who they are and where they belong in the face of competing cultural demands. Dreaming in Canadian examines the role of Bollywood cinema in the production of cultural, religious, and national identities among South Asian youth in Toronto, Vancouver, and Ottawa. By documenting the voice of these young adults and how they draw upon media in the formation of uniquely hybrid identities, this book interrogates the realities that underpin media portrayals of diaspora, nationalism, and multiculturalism.fAizA HiRJi is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies and Multimedia at McMaster University. new releaseNovember 2010, 256 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1798-1  HC $85.00  Cultural Studies, Multiculturalism & Transnationalism, Media Studies, Race & Ethnicity, Film Studies Dreaming in CanadianSouth Asian Youth, Bollywood, and Belongingfaiza HirjiCanada is at a critical juncture in the evolution of its communications policy. Will our information and communications technologies continue in a market-oriented, neoliberal direction, or will they preserve and strengthen broader democratic values? Media Divides offers a comprehensive, up-to-date audit of communications law and policy. Using the concept of communications rights as a framework for analy-sis, leading scholars not only reveal the nation’s democratic deficits in five key domains – media, access, the Internet, privacy, and copyright – they also formulate recommendations, including the establishment of a Canadian right to communicate, for the future.MARC RABOy is Professor and Beaverbrook Chair in Ethics, Media and Communications in the Department of Art History and Communication Studies at McGill University. JeReMy sHTeRN is a Fonds québécois de la recherche sur la société et la culture (FQRSC) postdoctoral fellow in the Faculty of Communication and Design at Ryerson University. reCently releasedApril 2010, 320 pages, 6 x 9"5 charts, 1 table978-0-7748-1774-5  HC $90.00  Communication, Media Studies, Socio–legal Studies, Canadian Public Policy & Administration Media DividesCommunication Rights and the Right to Communicate in CanadaMarc Raboy and Jeremy shtern, with William J. Mciver, laura J. Murray, seán Ó siochrú, and leslie Regan shadeThis book presents the work of a new generation of critical criminologists who explore the geograph-ical, institutional, and political contexts of the dis-cipline in Canada. Breaking away from mainstream criminology and law-and-order discourses, the authors offer a spectrum of theoretical approaches to criminal justice – from governmentality to femi-nist criminology, from critical realism to anarchism – and they propose novel approaches to topics ranging from genocide to white-collar crime. By posing crucial questions and attempting to define what criminology should be, this book will shape debates about crime, policing, and punishment for years to come.AARON DOyle is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Carleton University. DAWN MOORe is an associ-ate professor in the Department of Law, Carleton University.new releaseDecember 2010, 320 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1834-6  HC $90.00  Criminology, Law & Society, Socio–legal Studies, Canadian Social Policy, SociologyLAW AND SOCIETY SERIESCritical Criminology in CanadaNew Voices, New Directionsedited by Aaron Doyle and Dawn Moore24      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     25  Cultural studiesCultural studiesCultural studiesFor communities who have been the target of politi-cal violence, the damaging after-effects can haunt what remains of their families, their communities, and the societies in which they live. Terrain of Memory tells the story of the Japanese Canadian elders who built a memorial in New Denver, British Columbia, to transform a site of political violence into a space for remembrance. The book shows how collectively excavating painful memories can contribute to building relations across social and intergenerational divides. Those seeking a deeper understanding of the potential of memorial proj-ects in transforming the damaging effects of human rights abuses should read this compelling account of community building and social justice.kiRsTeN eMikO MCAllisTeR is an associate profes-sor in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University.reCently releasedMay 2010, 320 pages, 6 x 9"20 b&w photos978-0-7748-1771-4  HC $90.00  Cultural Studies, Social & Cultural Anthropology, Canadian Social History, Asian Canadian Studies, BC HistoryTerrain of MemoryA Japanese Canadian Memorial Projectkirsten emiko McAllisterIn the late 1990s, Vancouver's Downtown Eastside became the setting for three monuments – Crab Park Boulder, Marker of Change, and Standing with Courage, Strength and Pride. The monuments were grassroots initiatives that challenged the norms of civic art by claiming a place in public space for soci-ety's most vulnerable groups, and each figured in debates about many kinds of violence. Emphasizing the resilience and agency of artists, activists, and residents, this vivid account of the creation of memory-scapes offers unique insights into the links between power, public space, and social memory. It asks us to reconsider what constitutes public art that will “speak for a long time.”ADRieNNe l. BuRk is a senior lecturer in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Simon Fraser University. reCently releasedMay 2010, 212 pages, 6 x 9"17 b&w images, 3 maps978-0-7748-1698-4  HC $85.00  Cultural Studies, Urban Studies & Planning, Canadian History, BC Studiesspeaking for a long TimePublic Space and Social Memory in VancouverAdrienne l. BurkThe global pathways that connect cities and nations are congested with people, money, and cultural transmissions.Transnational Yearnings maps a new way to look at modern contact zones and the personal interconnections that inform them by tracing circuits of migration and leisure travel between postcolonial Jamaica and Toronto, a city that has become for Jamaican Canadians both a place of promise and cultural vitality and a site of criminalization and exclusion through deportation. Innovative and provocative, this book is about the desires, intimacies, and power relations that at once inform and reflect transnational migration and the diasporization of urban space.JeNNy BuRMAN is an assistant professor of com-munication studies at McGill University.reCently releasedMay 2010, 224 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1735-6  HC $85.00  Cultural Studies, Multiculturalism & Transnationalism, Race & Ethnicity, Sociology Transnational yearningsTourism, Migration, and the Diasporic CityJenny Burman26      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     27  asian studieseduCation Historylabour studiesWhen the Chinese Communist Party came to power in 1949, Mao zedong declared that “not even one person shall die of hunger.” Yet some 30 million peasants died of starvation and exhaustion during the Great Leap Forward. Eating Bitterness reveals how men and women in rural and urban set-tings, from the provincial level to the grassroots, experienced the changes brought on by the party leaders’ stumbled attempts to modernize China. This landmark volume lifts the curtain of party pro-paganda to expose the suffering of citizens and the deeply-contested nature of state-society relations in Maoist China.kiMBeRley eNs MANNiNG is an assistant profes-sor of political science at Concordia University. felix WeMHeueR is an assistant professor in the Department for East Asian Studies at the University of Vienna. new releaseNovember 2010, 352 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1726-4  HC $90.00  Asian Studies, Chinese History & Politics CONTEMPORARY CHINESE STUDIES SERIESeating BitternessNew Perspectives on China's Great Leap Forward and Famineedited by kimberley ens Manning and felix WemheuerChildren and youth occupy important social and political roles, even as they sleep in cribs or hang out on street corners. Conceptualized as either har-bingers or saboteurs of a bright, secure tomorrow, they have motivated many adult-driven schemes to effect a positive future. But have all children benefited from these programs and initiatives? Lost Kids examines adults' misgivings about, and the inadequate care of, vulnerable children. From explorations of interracial adoption and the treat-ment of children with disabilities to discussions of the cultural construction of the hopeless child, this multifaceted collection rejects the essentialism of the “priceless child" or “lost youth" – simplistic categories that continue to shape the treatment of those who deviate from the so-called norm.The volume editors all teach at the University of British Columbia. MONA GleAsON is an associ-ate professor in the Department of Educational Studies, TAMARA MyeRs and leslie PARis are associate professors in the Department of History, and veRONiCA sTRONG-BOAG is a professor in the Women’s Studies and Educational Studies departments. new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 272 pages, 6 x 9"8 b&w photos978-0-7748-1687-8  PB $34.95  Education History, Sociology, Youth & Family Studieslost kidsVulnerable Children and Youth in Twentieth-Century Canada and the United Statesedited by Mona Gleason, Tamara Myers, leslie Paris, and veronica strong-BoagTrade unions in Canada are losing their traditional support base, and membership numbers could sink to US levels unless unions recapture their power. Unions, Equity, and the Path to Renewal brings together a distinguished group of union activists and equity scholars who trace how traditional union cultures, practices, and structures have eroded solidarity and activism and created an equity deficit in Canadian unions. Informed by a feminist vision of unions as instruments of social justice, the contributors argue that equity within unions is not simply one possible path to union renewal – it is the only way to reposition organized labour as a central institution in workers’ lives.JANiCe R. fOley is a professor in the Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Regina. PATRiCiA l. BAkeR was an associate professor of anthropology at Mount St. Vincent University. new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 264 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1681-6  PB $32.95  Labour Studies, Women's Studies, Canadian Labour History, Sociology of Work & Labour unions, equity, and the Path to Renewaledited by Janice R. foley and Patricia l. Baker26      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     27  asian studiesasian studiesasian studiesForty years after China's tumultuous Cultural Revolution, this book revisits the visual and performing arts of the period – the paintings, propaganda posters, political cartoons, sculpture, folk arts, private sketchbooks, opera, and ballet – and examines what these vibrant, militant, often gaudy images meant to artists, their patrons, and their audiences at the time, and what they mean now, both in their original forms and as revolution-ary icons reworked for a new market-oriented age. Chapters by scholars of Chinese history and art and by artists whose careers were shaped by the Cultural Revolution offer new insights into works that have transcended their times.RiCHARD kiNG is the director of the Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives and an associate professor  of Chinese studies at the University of Victoria. new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 318 pages, 6 x 9"65 illustrations, 23 in colour978-0-7748-1543-7  PB $32.95  Asian Studies, Art History, Chinese History & Politics CONTEMPORARY CHINESE STUDIES SERIESArt in TurmoilThe Chinese Cultural Revolution, 1966–76edited by Richard king, with Ralph Croizier, shentian zheng, and scott WatsonHarbin of the 1920s was viewed by Westerners as a world turned upside down. The Chinese govern-ment had taken over administration of the Russian-founded Chinese Eastern Railway concession, and its large Russian population. This account of the decade-long multi-ethnic and multi-national admin-istrative experiment in North Manchuria reveals that China not only created policies to promote Chinese sovereignty but also instituted measures to protect the Russian minority. This multi-faceted book is a historical examination of how an ethnic, cultural, and racial majority coexisted with a minor-ity of a different culture and race. It restores to history the multiple national influences that have shaped northern China and Chinese nationalism. BlAiNe R. CHiAssON is an associate professor of modern Chinese history and Sino-Russian relations at Wilfrid Laurier University. reCently releasedJune 2010, 340 pages, 6 x 9"5 b&w illustrations, 2 maps978-0-7748-1656-4  HC $85.00  Asian Studies, Chinese History, Multiculturalism & Transnationalism CONTEMPORARY CHINESE STUDIES SERIESAdministering the ColonizerManchuria's Russians under Chinese Rule, 1918–29Blaine R. ChiassonSmokeless Sugar traces the formation of a national economy in China through an intriguing investiga-tion of the 1936 execution of an allegedly corrupt Cantonese official. Feng Rui, a Western-educated agricultural expert, introduced modern sugar-milling to China in the 1930s as a key component in a provincial investment program. However, he was accused of colluding with smugglers to pass foreign sugar off as a domestic product. Emily Hill makes the case that Feng was a scapegoat whose death diverted attention away from pervasive illicit practices along China’s southern coast.eMily M. Hill is an associate professor of history at Queen’s University.new releaseAugust 2010, 304 pages, 6 x 9"5 b&w illustrations, 2 maps, 20 tables978-0-7748-1653-3  HC $90.00  Asian Studies, Chinese Studies, Asian History CONTEMPORARY CHINESE STUDIES SERIESsmokeless sugarThe Death of a Provincial Bureaucrat and the Construction of China's National Economyemily M. Hill28      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     29  asian studiesasian studiesasian studiesThe mountainous borderlands of socialist China, Vietnam, and Laos are home to some seventy million people of diverse ethnicities. In Moving Mountains, anthropologists, geographers, and political economists with first-hand experience of the region explore these peoples’ survival strate-gies, as they respond to unprecedented economic and political change. Although scholars typically represent highland peoples as marginalized and powerless, these case studies argue that ethnic minorities draw on culture and ethnicity to indi-genize modernity and maintain their livelihoods. This unprecedented glimpse into a poorly under-stood region shows that development initiatives must be built on strong knowledge of local cultures to have lasting effects.JeAN MiCHAuD is a professor in the department of Anthropology at Université Laval. TiM fORsyTH is a reader in environment and development at the London School of Economics and Political Science. new releaseNovember 2010, 256 pages, 6 x 9"15 b&w photographs, 16 maps, 6 graphs & tables978-0-7748-1837-7  HC $85.00  Asian Studies, AnthropologyMoving MountainsEthnicity and Livelihoods in Highland China, Vietnam, and Laosedited by Jean Michaud and Tim forsythFirst published in 1982, this book remains the classic account of the arms trade in warlord China. The second edition includes a new preface that reframes the argument within the paradigm of criminal militarism. Arming the Chinese tells the story of the European and Japanese merchants and governments who provided weapons to warlords for their expanding armies. Although the warlords were hearty individualists who retained control over domestic affairs and rarely relied on single European suppliers, the armaments trade, Chan argues, was a new form of imperialism, which perpetrated the continued Western domination of China.ANTHONy B. CHAN is professor and founding  associate dean of the Communication Program at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.new releaseOctober 2010, 216 pages, 6 x 9"4 illustrations978-0-7748-1990-9  PB $32.95 Asian Studies, Chinese History Arming the Chinese, second editionThe Western Armaments Trade in Warlord China, 1920–28Anthony B. ChanWith the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, independent states such as Kazakhstan sprang up along China's western frontier. Suddenly, Beijing was forced to confront internal challenges to its authority at its border as well as international competition for energy and authority in Central Asia. Hasan Karrar traces how China cooperated with Russia and the Central Asian republics to stabilize the region, facilitate commerce, and build an energy infrastructure to import the region's oil. While China's gradualist approach to Central Asia prioritized multilateral diplomacy, it also brought Beijing into direct competition with the United States, which views Central Asia as vital to its  strategic interests.HAsAN H. kARRAR is a visiting scholar at the Asian Institute, Munk Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto. new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 272 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1693-9  PB $32.95  Asian Studies, Chinese History, Political Science, Security Studies CONTEMPORARY CHINESE STUDIES SERIESThe New silk Road DiplomacyChina's Central Asian Foreign Policy since the Cold WarHasan H. karrar28      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     29  asian studiesasian studiesasian studiesJapan closed its doors to foreigners for over two hundred years because of religious and political instability caused by Christianity. By 1859, foreign residents were once again living in treaty ports in Japan, but edicts banning Christianity remained enforced until 1873. Drawing on an impressive array of English and Japanese sources, Ion investigates a crucial era in the history of Japanese-American relations – the formation of Protestant missions. He reveals that the transmission of values and beliefs was not a simple matter of acceptance or rejection: missionaries and Christian laymen persisted in the face of open hostility and served as important liaisons between East and West. HAMisH iON is a professor of history at the Royal Military College of Canada .new in PaPerbaCkJuly 2010, 440 pages, 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1648-9  PB $34.95  Asian Studies, Japanese History, Missiology History, ASIAN RELIGIONS AND SOCIETY SERIESAmerican Missionaries, Christian Oyatoi, and Japan, 1859–73Hamish ionIn 1902 the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) petitioned the Japanese government to stop rewarding good deeds with the bestowal of sake cups. This campaign was part of a wide- ranging reform program to eliminate prostitution, eradicate drinking, spread Christianity, and improve the lives of women. As Elizabeth Dorn Lublin shows, members felt a duty to shape government policy by defining social problems and influencing opinion. Certain their beliefs and reforms were essential to Japan's advancement, members couched their calls for change in the rhetorical language of national progress. Ultimately, the WCTU’s activism belies received notions of women’s public involvement and political engagement in Meiji Japan.elizABeTH DORN luBliN is an assistant professor of history at Wayne State University. reCently releasedApril 2010, 264 pages, 6 x 9"11 b&w photos978-0-7748-1816-2  HC $85.00  Asian Studies, Japanese History, Women's Studies, Religous Studies ASIAN RELIGIONS AND SOCIETY SERIESReforming JapanThe Woman's Christian Temperance Union in the Meiji Periodelizabeth Dorn lublinHalf the world's population now lives in cities. Governments and international development agen-cies have made housing the urban poor a priority, but few focus on women's needs. Based on research conducted in Ahmedabad in collaboration with the Self-Employed Women's Association (SEWA), this book maps the constraints and opportunities that low-income women throughout the Global South face in securing property, which remains over-whelmingly in male hands. Their experiences and vulnerabilities open a window to assess not only land tenure and property laws but also potential solutions such as microcredit financing and diverse theoretical approaches to gender and development. BiPAsHA BARuAH is an assistant professor of inter-national studies at California State University, Long Beach. She has also served as a gender specialist on CIDA's Eastern Caribbean Economic Management Program and as a consultant on gender and envi-ronmental issues to Foreign Affairs Canada. new releaseNovember 2010, 288  pages, 6 x 9"5 b&w photographs, 8 tables, 1 map978-0-7748-1927-5  HC $85.00  Asian Studies, Urban Studies & Planning, Women's Studies, Development Studies, International Political ScienceWomen and Property in urban indiaBipasha Baruah30      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     31  au Pressau Pressasian studies Asian Religions in British Columbiaedited by larry Devries, Don Baker, and Dan OvermyerBritish Columbia is Canada’s most ethnically diverse province. Yet in general we need to know more about the diversity of religions that accompanied immigrants to the province and how they are practised today. This book offers intimate portraits of local religious groups, including Hindus and Sikhs from South Asia; Buddhist organizations from Southeast Asia; and Tibetan, Japanese, and Chinese religions from East and Central Asia. The first comprehensive, comparative examination of Asian religions in British Columbia, this book is manda-tory reading for teachers, policy makers, scholars of local history and culture and of Asian Canadian studies.lARRy DevRies is an instructor in religious studies and Asian studies at Langara College. DON BAkeR is a professor in Asian studies at the University of British Columbia. DAN OveRMyeR is professor emeritus in Asian studies at the University of British Columbia. reCently releasedApril 2010, 322 pages, 6 x 9"11 b&w photos978-0-7748-1662-5  HC $85.00  Asian Studies, Asian Diaspora,  British Columbia, Religion ASIAN RELIGIONS AND SOCIETY SERIESLight from Ancient Campfires is the first book in twenty years to gather together a comprehensive prehistoric archaeological record of the Northern Plains First Nations. In this monumental examina-tion of the region’s earliest inhabitants, author Trevor Peck reviews the many changes of inter-pretation that have occurred in relevant literature published during the last two decades. Beginning with the earliest archaeological evidence for people in Alberta, Light from Ancient Campfires chrono-logically covers each sequence, moving forward in time toward the present. It provides a new defini-tion for each archaeological phase, setting previous literature in a new light.TRevOR R. PeCk is the plains archaeologist at the Archaeological Survey with the Alberta Government. new releaseOctober 2010, 336 pages, 7 x 10"978-1-897425-96-1  PB $44.95 Aboriginal Studies, ArchaeologyAthabasca University PressDaycare in Alberta has had a remarkably durable history as a controversial issue. Since the late 1950s, disputes over daycare programs, policies, and fund-ing have been a recurring feature of political life in the province. Alberta’s Daycare Controversy traces the development of daycare policies and programs in Alberta, with particular emphasis on policy deci-sions and program initiatives that have provoked considerable debate and struggle among citizens. Langford brings to light the public controversies that occurred during the last four decades of the twentieth century and the first decade of the new millennium, placing contemporary issues in histori-cal context and anticipating the elements of future policy struggles.TOM lANGfORD is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Calgary. new releaseOctober 2010, 330 pages, 6 x 9"978-1-926836-02-7  PB $34.95 Alberta History, SociologyTHE WEST UNBOUND SERIESAthabasca University Presslight from Ancient CampfiresArchaeological Evidence for Native Lifeways on the Northern PlainsTrevor R. Peck Albertanulls Daycare ControversyFrom 1908 to 2009 – and BeyondTom langford 30      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2010     31  baCklist HigHligHtsau PressRecollecting is a rich collection of essays that illuminate the lives of late eighteenth-century to the mid twentieth-century Aboriginal women, who have been overlooked in sweeping narratives of the history of the West. Some essays focus on individual women – a trader, a performer, a non-human woman – while others examine cohorts of women – wives, midwives, seamstresses, nuns. The authors look beyond the documentary record and standard representations of women, drawing also on records generated by the women themselves, including their beadwork, other material culture, and oral histories.sARAH CARTeR is a Henry Marshall Tory CHair in the Department of History and Classics and the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta. PATRiCiA McCORMACk is an associate professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta.new releaseSeptember 2010, 260 pages, 6 x 9"978-1-897425-82-4  PB $29.95 Aboriginal Studies, Western Canadian History, Women's HistoryTHE WEST UNBOUND SERIESAthabasca University PressRecollectingLives of Aboriginal Women of the Canadian Northwest and Borderlandsedited by sarah Carter and Patricia McCormack Thinking Planning  and urbanismBeth Moore Milroy   2009, 336 pp., 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1615-1PB $34.95  Big steelTechnology, Trade, and Survival in a Global MarketDaniel Madar   2009, 248 pp., 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1666-3PB $32.95  A History of early Childhood education in Canada, Australia, and New zealandLarry Prochner   2009, 352 pp., 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1660-1PB $32.95  Canada's voiceThe Public Life of  John Wendell HolmesAdam Chapnick   2008, 384 pp., 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1672-4PB $32.95  Becoming Native  in a foreign landSport, Visual Culture, and Identity in Montreal, 1840–85Gillian Poulter   2009, 390 pp., 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1442-3PB $34.95  Pearson's PeacekeepersCanada and the United Nations Emergency Force, 1956–67Michael K. 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Carlson2008, 344 pp., 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1495-9PB $34.95  Canada's Rights RevolutionSocial Movements and Social Change, 1937–82Dominique Clément2008, 295 pp., 6 x 9"978-0-7748-1480-5PB $34.95  reCent baCklist34      FALL 2010     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caindexAboriginal Title and Indigenous Peoples  23Acts of Occupation  1Adkin, Laurie E.  32Administering the Colonizer  27Advocacy Groups  7Agyeman, Julian  32Alberta's Daycare Controversy  30American Missionaries, Christian Oyatoi, and Japan, 1859–73  29Anderson, Cameron D.  9Andrew, Caroline  32Aquaculture Controversy in Canada  17Arming the Chinese, Second Edition  28Armleder, Harold  16Arsenault, Andre  16Art in Turmoil  27Asian Religions in British Columbia  30At Home and Abroad  9At the Far Reaches of Empire  32Awfully Devoted  Women  15Baker, Don  30Baker, Patricia L.  26Balzer, Timothy  4Barman, Jean  11Barney, Darin  7Baruah, Bipasha  29Bashevkin, Sylvia  32Bavington, Dean  16Becoming British  Columbia  33Becoming Native  in a Foreign Land  31Being Again of One Mind  11Bell, Catherine  32Belshaw, John  33Benjamin L. Berger  33Bennett, Y.A.  31Bernstein, Steven  10Between Consenting Peoples  20Big Steel  31Birds of Ontario  18Biukovic, Ljiljana  21Blais, André  7Blais, Pamela  18Blake, Raymond B.  33Blaser, Mario  10Bow, Brian  9Braiding Histories  33British Columbia Court  of Appeal  23British Columbia's Inland Rainforest  16Brockman, Joan  23Brooks, Kim  22Buck, A.R.  33Buddle, Melanie  3Bunnell, Fred  32Burk, Adrienne L.  25Burman, Jenny  25Burnett, Kristin  11Business of Women  3Cabinets and First Ministers  7Cameron, David R.  32Canada and Ballistic Missile Defence, 1954–2009  5Canada's Rights  Revolution  33Canada's Voice  31Canadian War on  Queers  15Canadian Yearbook of International Law,  Vol. 47, 2009  21Caouette, Dominique  14Carlson, Hans M.  33Carroll, Michael K.  31Carter, Sarah  31Cates, Cynthia L.  31Cavell, Janice  1Chan, Adrienne S.  33Chan, Anthony B.  28Chapnick, Adam  31Charbonneau, Bruno  6Chiasson, Blaine R.  27Citizens  7Citizens Adrift  6Clarkson, Stephen  21Clément, Dominique  33Coleman, William D.  10, 32Cole, Peter  32Colonial Proximities  31Communication Technology  7Constitutional Politics  in Canada after the Charter  22Constructing Crime  23Contested Constitutionalism  31Costa, Ravi de  10Coté, Charlotte  13Courtney, John C.  7Courts  7Coxson, Darwyn  16Cox, Wayne S.  6Crisis of Conscience  33Croizier, Ralph  27Cronin, J. Keri  15Cross, William  7Cruikshank, Julie  1Cultural Autonomy  10Dauphin, Sandrine  8Deliberative Democracy  in Practice  8DeLong, S. Craig  16DeVries, Larry  30Dhamoon, Rita  32Dion, Susan D.  33Docherty, David C.  7Do Glaciers Listen?  1Doyle, Aaron  24Dreaming in Canadian  24Duder, Cameron  15Dufour, Pascale  14Dunsworth, Glen  32Durant, Darrin  17Durflinger, Serge Marc  4Eating Bitterness  26Edmonds, Penelope  14Einsiedel, Edna F.  33Electing a Diverse  Canada  32Elections  7Elliott, Jayne  33Emerging Technologies  33Empires and Autonomy  32Environmental Conflict and Democracy in Canada  32Everitt, Joanna  7Exchange University  33Federalism  7Feminized Justice  22Fergusson, James  5Finding Dahshaa  1First Nations Cultural Heritage and Law  32First Nations, First Thoughts  32Fisher, Donald  33Foley, Janice R.  26Forestry and Biodiversity  32Forsyth, Tim  28Fort Chipewyan and the Shaping of Canadian History, 1788–1920s  12Foster, Hamar  33Francis, R. Douglas  31From Pride to Influence  33From Rights to Needs  33From Victoria to Vladivostok  5Gale, Fred  33Gathering Places  12Geller, Peter  1Gentile, Patrizia  15Gidengil, Elisabeth  7Glasbeek, Amanda  22Gleason, Mona  26Globalization and Local Adaptation in International Trade Law  21Globalizing Citizenship  6Gordon, Alan  3Grace, Sherrill  2Grand Experiment  33Greenberg, Josh  32Greene, Ian  7Haley, David  33Haluza-DeLay, Randolph  32Hart, Michael  33Healing Traditions  32Henderson, Ailsa  1Hero and the Historians  3Hier, Sean P.  19, 32Hill, Emily M.  27Hirji, Faiza  24History of Early Childhood Education in Canada, Australia, and New zealand  31Home Is the Hunter  33Howe, Paul  6Huhndorf, Shari M.  11Hunters at the Margin  1Identity/Difference  Politics  32In Defence of Principles  19In Mixed Company  33Indigenous Peoples and Autonomy  10Indigenous Women and Feminism  11Industrial Transformation of Subarctic Canada  32Information Front  4Inuit Education and Schools in the Eastern Arctic  14Ion, Hamish  29Irlbacher-Fox, Stephanie  1Isitt, Benjamin  5James, Patrick  22James, Ross  18Johnson, Genevieve Fuji  17Johnson, Rebecca  20Jull, Mike  16Justice Bertha Wilson  22Kahane, David  8Karrar, Hasan H.  28Keil, Roger  32Kelly, James B.  31Kern, Leslie  18King, Richard  27Kinsman, Gary  15Kirmayer, Laurence J.  32Kiss the kids for dad, Don't forget to write  31Knafla, Louis A.  23Kukucha, Christopher J.  33Lang, George  33Langford, Tom  30Language Matters  32Law and Religious Pluralism in Canada  33Legislatures  7Lennox, Patrick  9Lessard, Hester  20Leviathan Undone?  32Leydet, Dominique  8Leyton-Brown, Ken  2Light from Ancient Campfires  30Linton, Jamie  17Locating Global Order  6Lost Kids  26Lublin, Elizabeth Dorn  29Macdougall, Brenda  13Macleod, Colin M.  20Madar, Daniel  31Mahon, Rianne  32, 33Making Wawa  33Managed Annihilation  16Manfredi, Christopher P.  31Manning, Kimberley Ens  26Manufacturing National Park Nature  15Masson, Dominique  14Matthews, Ralph  17Mawani, Renisa  31McAllister, Kirsten  Emiko  25McBride, Stephen  33McCormack, Patricia A.  12, 31McGregor, Deborah  10McGregor, Heather E.  14McIntosh, Wayne V.  31McIver, William J.  24McKee, Christopher  32McRae, D.M.  21Media Divides  24Mestral, A.L.C. de  21Michaud, Jean  28Militia Myths  4Moon, Richard J.  33Moore, Christopher  23Moore, Dawn  24Moore Milroy, Beth  31Mosher, Janet  23Moving Mountains  28Multi-Party Litigation  31Murray, Laura J.  24Myers, Tamara  26Nadeau, Richard  7Napoleon, Val  32Nevitte, Neil  7New Silk Road  Diplomacy  28New Voices, New Directions  24Noakes, Jeff  1No need of a chief for  this band  13Northern Exposures  1Nuclear Waste Management in  Canada  17Nunavut  1Nurture of Nature  31OECD and Transnational Governance  33On the Art of Being Canadian  2One of the Family  13Opening Doors Wider  32Opp, James  2O'Riley, Pat  32Overmyer, Dan  30Panoptic Dreams  19Paris, Leslie  26Parity Democracy  8Parr, Joy  16Paterson, Robert  32Pearson's Peacekeepers  31Peck, Trevor R.  30Peers, Laura  12Perilous Imbalance  21Perreault, Jeanne  11Perverse Cities  18Piper, Liza  32Place and Practice in Canadian Nursing  History  33Placing Memory and Remembering Place in Canada  2Plamondon, Aaron  5Podruchny, Carolyn  12Political Parties  7Politics of Acknowledgement  20Politics of Linkage  9Politics of Procurement  5Potter, Pitman  21Poulter, Gillian  31Practice of Execution in Canada  2Praud, Jocelyne  8Preece, Rod  33Prochner, Larry  31Protection of First Nations Cultural Heritage  32Provinces and Canadian Foreign Trade Policy  33Quebec Women and Legislative Representation  8Quinn, Joanna R.  20Raboy, Marc  24Recollecting  31Reforming Japan  29Regan, Paulette  12Reimer, Chad  3Rethmann, Petra  10Roberts, Julia  33Roth, Käthe  8Rygiel, Kim  6Sandilands, Al  18Sandlos, John  1Sensing Changes  16Setting the Standard  33Sex and the Revitalized City  18Shade, Leslie Regan  24Shaw, Amy J.  33Shtern, Jeremy  24Simeon, Richard  32Sins of the Flesh  33Siochrú, Seán Ó  24Smith, Jennifer  7Smokeless Sugar  27Solidarities beyond Borders  14Speaking for a Long Time  25Speaking for Ourselves  32Spirits of Our Whaling Ancestors  13Stephenson, Laura B.  9Stevenson, Susan  16Storied Communities  20Streeter, Stephen  32Strong-Boag, Veronica  26Stuart, Meryn  33Suburb, Slum, Urban Village  32Sunseri, Lina  11Surveillance  32Suzack, Cheryl  11Szeman, Imre  10Taking Medicine  11Technological Imperative in Canada  31Terrain of Memory  25Thinking Planning  and Urbanism  31Thompson, Andrew S.  19Timpson, Annis May  32Tollefson, Christopher  33Toman, Cynthia  33Tovell, Freeman M.  32Transnational  Yearnings  25Treaty Talks in British Columbia, Third  Edition  32Tremblay, Manon  8Unions, Equity, and the Path to Renewal  26Unsettled Legitimacy  10Unsettling the Settler Within  12Urbanizing Frontiers  14Valaskakis, Gail Guthrie  32Veterans with a Vision  4Voting Behaviour in Canada  9Wall, Sharon  31Walls, Martha Elizabeth  13Walsh, John C.  2Watson, Scott  27Weaver, John  32Webber, Jeremy  20Weinstock, Daniel  8Wemheuer, Felix  26Westra, Haijo  23What Is Water? 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