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1F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A Vanishing British Columbia Michael Kluckner KEY PROMOTION ACTIVITIES • Regional publicity campaign • Regional and national advertising • Regional author tour with bookstore signings • BC Books for Everybody submission • Launch in March UBC PRESS MARCH 224 pages, 8½ x 11” 220 colour illus., 130 b/w illus., 22 maps hc $49.95 ISBN 0-7748-1125-0 History “Thank God for Michael Kluckner.  In these heartbreaking times of loss when so many of our priceless cultural treasures and stories disappear, his hand makes visible the vital connections that tell us the truths of who we are.” – Joy Kogawa, novelist and poet “Michael Kluckner’s paintbrush is one stroke ahead of the bulldozers that are so quickly crunching British Columbia’s history into dust. His words convince us to seriously consider otherwise and to treasure and preserve what’s left.” – Mark Forsythe, CBC commentator and host of BC Almanac “Vanishing British Columbia evokes the province’s material heritage through words and images in a most original way. Michael Kluckner goes well beyond the legacy of the dominant society and incorporates Aboriginal, Doukhobor, Chinese, and Japanese sites. He demonstrates a fine grasp both of the en- tirety of the province and of its specifics, not easily acquired in as spatially diverse and complex a place as is British Columbia.” – Jean Barman, writer and historian The old buildings and historic places of British Columbia form a kind of “roadside memory,” a tangible link with stories of settlement, change, and abandonment that reflect the great themes of our history. More than a decade ago, Michael Kluckner began painting these dots on his personal map of the province in a watercolour sketchbook. In 1999, after he put a few of the sketches on his website, a network of correspondents emerged that eventually led him to the family letters, photo albums, and memories from a disappearing era of the province. Vanishing British Columbia is a record of these places and the stories they tell, and an argument for stewardship of regional history in the face of urbanization and globalization. With small towns declining and old rural properties changing, so little of the history of these places has been recorded in museums or archives, and so much of it may disappear “within a heartbeat” as families disperse and memories dim. Michael Kluckner is a writer and artist living in Langley, British Columbia, whose works include Vanishing Vancouver and Canada: A World of Discovery. He has been the recipient of the Bill Duthie Prize, the Vancouver Book Prize, the Toronto Book Prize (short list), the Hallmark Society Award of Merit, and the Heritage Canada Medal of Achievement. 2 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 Birds of Ontario: Habitat Requirements, Limiting Factors, and Status Nonpasserines, Waterfowl through Cranes Al Sandilands Literature on the life history of birds is abundant and knowledge continues to grow. But there are few reference documents that compile this information so it is readily available without conducting extensive literature searches. In this book, information on habitat, limiting factors, and status is summarized for 84 species of nonpasserines that occur regularly in Ontario. These topics are covered for the three primary avian seasons: breeding, migration, and winter. Habitat, nest sites, territoriality, site fidelity, annual reproductive effort, habitat loss and degradation, environmental contaminants, and a variety of other topics are covered in the species accounts. A map depicting breeding and wintering range is presented for each species, and illustrations by Ross James accompany each listing. This will be an essential reference for wildlife biologists, environmental consult- ants, and planners preparing or reviewing environmental impact statements and environmental assessments. Serious birders will find it of interest as well. Although the book focuses on Ontario birds, it is highly relevant to adjacent provinces and states. Al Sandilands is Senior Ecologist and principal of Gray Owl Environmental Inc. His formal learning focused on fisheries and aquatic entomology but, through his long-time interest in birds, he has evolved into a wildlife biologist. For most of his career, he has been an environmental consultant. Ross James, an ornithologist by profession, has done bird illustration for more than 40 years. He has published illustrations in two volumes of the Breeding Birds of Ontario, in the Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Ontario, on cov- ers of Ontario Birds, and in the Birds of North America species accounts. UBC PRESS » ALSO OF INTEREST The Birds of British Columbia, Volumes 1–4 Vol. 4: Passerines: Wood-Warblers through Old World Sparrows • Shortlisted, 2001 Roderick Haig-Brown Regional Prize, BC Book Prizes Wayne Campbell et al. 2001, 744 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0621-4, hc $125.00 Vol. 3 Passerines: Flycatchers through Vireos Wayne Campbell et al. 1997, 696 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0572-2, hc $95.00 Vol. 2: Nonpasserines: Diurnal Birds of Prey through Woodpeckers Wayne Campbell et al. 1992, 636 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0619-2, hc $95.00 Vol. 1: Nonpasserines: Introduction, Loons through Waterfowl Wayne Campbell et al. 1992, 531 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0618-4, hc $95.00 Birds of the Yukon Territory Pamela Sinclair, Wendy Nixon, Cameron Eckert, and Nancy Hughes, eds. 2003, 596 pages, colour illus., ISBN 0-7748-1012-2, hc $125.00 MARCH 366 pages, 8 x 10” 84 line drawings, 88 maps ISBN 0-7748-1066-1 hc $95.00 Natural History 3F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A Common Sense on Weapons of Mass Destruction Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr. “Thomas Graham Jr. has cut right down to the essentials about mankind’s most dangerous weapons. The general public will be encouraged to demand better policies.” – Hans Blix, UN Weapons Inspector “An eminent expert, Graham writes for the layman and his message to the nuclear powers is searing: change course or risk self-destruction.” – Honourable Douglas Roche, O.C., former Canadian Ambassador for Disarmament “If security and arms control seem arcane, this vivid, succinct guided tour by a master diplomat with decades of hands-on experience is the authorita- tive antidote.” – Richard Rhodes, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Making of the Atomic Bomb In our post-9/11 world of shoe bombers and cyberterrorism, a crude nuclear device no larger than a baseball could devastate a major city. As we live in fear of attacks of unknown proportion, why do people remain confused and complacent in the face of potential disaster? Ambassador Thomas Graham Jr. believes that a tide of misinformation has led to the public’s lack of understanding of the vital issues. Here, in a straightforward and comprehensible style, Graham concisely provides the background necessary to understand the news and opinions surrounding WMDs. Common Sense on Weapons of Mass Destruction presents acces- sible, up-to-date facts on: • nuclear proliferation and nuclear terrorism • chemical and biological weapons • land mines and small arms • missile defence and WMDs in outer space • WMDs in the Middle East and Asia Thomas Graham Jr. served for several decades as general counsel and acting director of the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. He was President Clinton’s special ambassador for nuclear disarmament issues, and his work culminated in the agreement to indefinitely extend the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Graham is special counsel at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP in Washington, DC, and he teaches classes in international law and arms control. UBC PRESS OCTOBER 2004 200 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7748-1147-1 pb $17.95 Security Studies / Current Events RECENTLY RELEASED 4 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 UBC PRESS Paddling to Where I Stand Agnes Alfred, Qwiqwasutinuxw Noblewoman Edited by Martine J. Reid; Translated by Daisy Sewid-Smith “Paddling to Where I Stand is a delight in every sense of the word. It will quickly become a classic work of Canadian ethnography. Besides filling a noticeable gap in women’s history, it demonstrates the rich potential for collaborative ethnography in Aboriginal communities today. In addition to the standard traditional narratives, the book features lesser-known historical narratives -- stories of steamship and paddlewheel travel, of early missionar- ies and government agents, of the first washing machines, automobiles, and radios in Alert Bay, and of the impact of two world wars.” -- Wendy Wickwire, Department of History, University of Victoria, author of Nature Power: In the Spirit of an Okanagan Storyteller Agnes Alfred (c. 1890-1992) was one of the last great storytellers of her generation. A non-literate Qwiqwasutinuxw noblewoman, she wove her narra- tives from myths, chants, historical accounts, and personal reminiscences. Paddling to Where I Stand is her first-hand account of the most significant period of change she and her people experienced since first contact, and her memoirs flow from her urgently felt desire to pass on her knowledge to younger generations. Eloquent and well versed in the Kwakwakawakw customs, she sets forth, in the classic oral tradition, the foundations and the enduring pulse of her living culture. She contributes to our understanding of several traditional practices, including pre-arranged marriages and the traditional potlatch ceremonies. She also shows how a First Nations woman managed to quietly fulfill her role as a noble matriarch in her ever-changing society, thus providing a role model for those who came after her. Offering stories that are both humorous and moving, Paddling to Where I Stand is an original and fascinating read. Martine J. Reid is an independent scholar whose interests are in the field of Northwest Coast cultural and aesthetic anthropology. Daisy Sewid-Smith is Agnes Alfred’s granddaughter, a cultural historian, and a Kwakwakawakw language instructor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Victoria. NOW IN PAPERBACK JANUARY 320 pages, 6 x 9” 35 b/w illus. ISBN 0-7748-0913-2 pb $29.95 Native Studies / Anthropology 5F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A UBC PRESS Gay Male Pornography An Issue of Sex Discrimination Christopher N. Kendall The 2000 case of Little Sisters Book and Art Emporium v. Canada provided Canada’s high- est court with its first opportunity to consider whether the analysis set out in R. v. Butler – in which the Supreme Court identified pornogra- phy as an issue of sex discrimination – applies to pornography intended for a lesbian or gay male audience. The Court held that it did, finding that, like heterosexual pornography, same-sex pornography also violates the sex equality interests of all Canadians. Christopher Kendall supports this finding, arguing that gay male pornography reinforces those social attitudes that create systemic inequality on the basis of sex and sexual orientation – misogyny and homophobia alike – by sexually conditioning gay men to those attitudes and practices. Gay Male Pornography rejects the equal- ity claims of gay male pro-pornography advocates and argues that there is little to be gained from sexualized conformity. To date, no one has taken the position that gay male pornography violates the legal right to sex equality. This book does that and, as such, it will be of value to scholars of law, sociology, and gender studies, as well as to all who have an interest in equality and justice. JANUARY 296 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7748-1077-7 pb $29.95 Gender Studies / Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES “Kendall’s extensively researched, bravely theo- rized, and brilliantly argued book spares no sentimen- talities, suffers no clichés, pulls no punches. Equally strong in law and politics, his analysis is perceptive at every turn of the page. Most of all, this book is fearless – which is what will be needed to survive telling so much truth in the face of so many lies.” – Catharine A. MacKinnon, Elizabeth A. Long Profes- sor of Law, University of Michigan Law School Christopher N. Kendall is Dean of Law at Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia. He is originally from Winnipeg. NOW IN PAPERBACK NOW IN PAPERBACK The Red Man’s on the Warpath The Image of the “Indian” and the Second World War R. Scott Sheffield The red man’s on the warpath! The time has come for him to dig up the hatchet and join his paleface brother in his fight to make the world safe for the sacred cause of freedom and democracy. – Winnipeg Free Press, May 1941 During the Second World War, thousands of First Nations people joined in the national crusade to defend freedom and democracy. High rates of Native enlistment and public demonstrations of patriotism encouraged Canadians to re-examine the roles and status of Native people in Canadian society. The Red Man’s on the Warpath explores how wartime symbolism and imagery propelled the “Indian problem” onto the national agenda, and why assimilation remained the goal of post-war Canadian Indian policy – even though the war required that it be rationalized in new ways. Scott Sheffield examines how First Nations people were discussed in both the adminis- trative and public realms. Drawing upon an impressive array of archival records, news- papers, and popular magazines, he tracks continuities and changes in the image of the “Indian” before, during, and immediately after the Second World War. Informed by current academic debates and theoretical perspectives, this book will inter- est scholars in the fields of Native-Newcomer and race relations, war and society, com- munications studies, and post-Confederation Canadian history. Sheffield’s lively style makes it accessible to a broad readership. R. Scott Sheffield teaches in the Department of History at the University of Victoria. JANUARY 240 pages, 6 x 9” 9 b/w illus. ISBN 0-7748-1095-5 pb $29.95 Native Studies / History “Sheffield’s account of how the Native community was perceived by non-Natives has never been duplicated or even attempted. This book adds a great deal to our understanding of the war era.” – Michael D. Stevenson, author of Canada’s Great- est Wartime Muddle 6 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 Elections John C. Courtney Open and competitive elections governed by widely accepted rules and procedures are essential to any political system’s legitimacy. This volume assesses the history and development of five “building blocks” of Canada’s electoral regime: the franchise, electoral districts, voter registration, election machinery, and plurality voting. Arguing that Canada’s electoral re- gime can be judged to be democratic, Elections demonstrates the vast improvements that have been made over the years: the right to vote is generously interpreted; the process of redrawing electoral districts is no longer in the hands of elected of- ficials; voter registration lists include all but a small share of eligible voters; and those who manage and supervise elections on behalf of all citizens are honest and trustworthy officials. Using the recent push for the reform of the plurality vote system as one example, it also examines why certain electoral institutions have been amenable to reform and others have not. John Courtney is a professor of political science at the University of Saskatchewan. JANUARY 224 pages, 5½ x 8½” ISBN 0-7748-0918-3 pb $22.95 Politics CANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDIT Political parties are a key component of Canadian democracy. They choose our prime ministers, premiers, and candidates for public office. They determine the policy issues to be con- sidered in our legislatures. And they dominate our election campaigns. A participatory, responsive, and in- clusive democracy can be achieved only if Canadian political parties oper- ate in a manner that respects these values. Political Parties delves into the history, structure, mechanisms, and roles of Canada’s political par- ties and assesses the degree to which Canadians today can rely on parties as vehicles for grassroots participation. With an emphasis on federal parties, Cross examines membership, candi- date recruitment, leadership selec- tion, policy development, campaign- ing, and party financing. Throughout he maintains a clear focus on how well Canadian parties are serving the Canadian people, and compares Canadian parties with those in other Western democracies. William Cross is Edgar and Dorothy Davidson Chair in Canadian Studies at Mount Allison University. JANUARY 216 pages, 5½ x 8½” ISBN 0-7748-0941-8 pb $22.95 Politics CANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDIT Political Parties William Cross Citizens Elisabeth Gidengil, André Blais, Neil Nevitte, and Richard Nadeau Citizens are central to any meaningful definition of democracy. What does it say about the health of Canadian democracy when fewer citizens than ever are exercising their right to vote and party membership rolls are shrink- ing? Are increasingly well-educated citizens turning away from traditional electoral politics in favour of other forms of democratic engagement or are they simply withdrawing from political participation altogether? The first comprehensive assessment of citizen engagement in Canada, Citizens raises challenging questions about the interests and capabilities of Canadians as democratic citizens, as well as the performace of our demo- cratic institutions. It is essential read- ing for politicians and policy makers, students and scholars of Canadian politics, and all those who care about the quality of Canadian democracy. The authors are all professors of po- litical science. Elisabeth Gidgengil is at McGill University, André Blais and Richard Nadeau are at Univer- sité de Montréal, and Neil Nevitte is at the University of Toronto. JANUARY 176 pages, 5½ x 8½” ISBN 0-7748-0920-5 pb $22.95 Politics CANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDIT Federalism Jennifer Smith Federal states around the globe exist precariously, and politicians and aca- demics everywhere look to Canada as a model of federalism. Yet our system of governance is also under strain. Quebec nationalism, First Nations’ claims, the regionalization of party politics, and the uneven delivery of essential services have all altered the face of federal politics. Federalism explains how Canada came to be a federation, what the current chal- lenges to the federal system are, and how we could fortify it. Jennifer Smith argues that a re- formed federalism could be part of the solution to the state of Canadian democracy. She examines the origins of Canadian federalism and its special characteristics, then analyzes these features against the democratic benchmarks of responsiveness, in- clusiveness, and participation. Finding that Canadian federalism falls short in each area, Smith recommends changes ranging from virtual regional- ism to a Council of the Federation that includes Aboriginal representatives. Jennifer Smith is Department Chair of Political Science at Dalhousie University. JANUARY 176 pages, 5½ x 8½” ISBN 0-7748-1061-0 pb $22.95 Politics CANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDIT UBC PRESS NOW IN PAPERBACK NOW IN PAPERBACKNOW IN PAPERBACK NOW IN PAPERBACK 7F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A Fight or Pay Soldiers’ Families in the Great War Desmond Morton We sometimes say: “If you cannot put the ‘I’ into fight, put the ‘pay’ into patriotism,” and that serves as a slogan on any platform. – Sir Herbert Ames in the House of Commons, 29 February 1916 In the collective memory of Canadians, the Great War exists as a tragedy. Characterized by the brutality of trench warfare, the First World War is remembered largely for the im- mense sacrifice of life and limb that Canadian soldiers made. In Fight or Pay, Desmond Mor- ton turns to the stories of those who paid in other ways: the wives, mothers, and families left behind when soldiers went to war. Aware that the recruiting effort would fail if men were forced to choose between their families and the front, the government and its wealthy backers introduced the Canadian Patriotic Fund, known as “the Patriotic.” Charged with support of soldiers’ loved ones, the Patriotic and its volunteers set out to transform them into a middle-class model of frugality and self-denial. At the same time, the Militia Department took on the task of determining which dependants a soldier could or should support. Suddenly, state and private philanthropists were managing family decisions that had never been their business before. Fight or Pay brings to light the lives of thousands of valiant women whose sacri- fices have been overlooked. It is an incisive, humane look at the beginning of a social welfare system that Canadians have come to think of as intrinsic to citizenship. This is a compelling addition to the landscape of Canadian history. UBC PRESS Desmond Morton is Hiram Mills Professor in the Department of History at McGill University. OCTOBER 2004 368 pages, 6 x 9” 20 b/w illus., 5 tables ISBN 0-7748-1108-0 hc $39.95 Military History Published in association with the Canadian War Museum STUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY RECENTLY RELEASED “Desmond Morton has writ- ten a work that helps to fill a void of information about a turbulent period in our history. It will, I am sure, become a key reference work for those studying the economic and social aspects of the home front during the Great War.” – Steven Dieter, The Globe and Mail The Heiress vs the Establishment Mrs. Campbell’s Campaign for Legal Justice Constance Backhouse and Nancy L. Backhouse In 1922, Elizabeth Bethune Campbell, a Toronto-born socialite, unearthed what she initially thought was an unsigned copy of her mother’s will, designating her as the primary beneficiary of the estate. The dis- covery snowballed into a fourteen-year-battle with the Ontario legal establishment, as Mrs. Campbell attempted to prove that her uncle, a prominent member of Ontario’s legal circle, had stolen funds from her mother’s estate. In 1930, she argued her case before the Law Lords of the Privy Council in London. A non-lawyer and Canadian, with no formal education, Campbell was the first woman to ever appear before them. She won. Reprinted here in its entirety, Where Angels Fear to Tread, Campbell’s self-published manuscript, is an eloquent and rare first- person account of the world of overlapping intrigue and influence that constituted the early-twentieth-century legal system. Exten- sive commentary and annotations by the editors illuminate the context for Campbell’s story, and allow readers to better understand the implications of her case for Canadian legal history. So much more than a simple case study, The Heiress vs the Establishment is a vibrantly written account that will be welcomed by legal and social historians, those with an interest in Canadian letters, scholars of gender studies, as well as the public at large. “A defrauded heiress makes her way to London, to argue her own trust case before the Privy Council of England. And she wins, fortified by cups of cocoa while preparing for oral argument. An excit- ing legal thriller that gives a detailed social picture of an impervious Canadian legal establishment in the 1920s. Marvellous!” – Clayton Ruby, lawyer/ partner with the firm of Ruby & Edwardh in Toronto Constance Backhouse is Professor of Law and University Research Chair at the University of Ottawa. Madam Justice Nancy Backhouse serves on the Superior Court of Justice in Ontario. JANUARY 344 pages, 42 b/w photos, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7748-1053-X pb $29.95 Law Published for The Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History by UBC Press LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES NOW IN PAPERBACK Federalism Jennifer Smith NOW IN PAPERBACK 8 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 Tournament of Appeals Granting Judicial Review in Canada Roy B. Flemming An innovative study that offers a quali- tatively and quantitatively-based expla- nation of how Canada’s justices grant judicial review. JANUARY 144 pages, 20 tables, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1083-1 Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Tsawalk A Nuu-chah-nulth Worldview Umeek (E. Richard Atleo) Tsawalk, a Nuu-chah-nulth worldview that unifies the physical and the spiritual, is presented here as an alternative and complement to Western scientific views on the nature of the universe. JANUARY 168 pages, 15 b/w illus., 6 x 9” pb $24.95, ISBN 0-7748-1085-8 Native Studies Obedient Autonomy Chinese Intellectuals and the Achievement of Orderly Life Erika E.S. Evasdottir This study of Chinese archaeologists shows how the discipline has accom- modated itself to a Chinese social struc- ture, and uncovers its moral, ethical, political, and economic underpinnings. JANUARY 320 pages, 3 charts, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0930-2 Asian Studies CONTEMPORARY CHINESE STUDIES SERIES UBC PRESS | NOW IN PAPERBACK CCF Colonialism in Northern Saskatchewan Battling Parish Priests, Bootleggers, and Fur Sharks David M. Quiring Quiring draws on extensive archival re- search and oral histories to examine the colonial relationship between the CCF and the Saskatchewan north between 1944 and 1964. JANUARY 376 pages, 1 map, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0939-6 History Negotiated Memory Doukhobor Autobiographical Discourse Julie Rak Julie Rak examines how the Doukhobors of Canada employed standard and alternative forms of autobiography to create and sustain their own subjectivity and identity. JANUARY 172 pages, 3 b/w photos, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1031-9 Anthropology Intercultural Dispute Resolution in Aboriginal Contexts Catherine Bell and David Kahane, eds. This collection explores the opportuni- ties and effectiveness of alternative dispute resolution alongside its chal- lenges and limits. JANUARY 392 pages, 6 charts, 6 x 9” pb $35.95, ISBN 0-7748-1027-0 Native Studies / Law Redrawing Local Government Boundaries An International Study of Politics, Procedures, and Decisions John Meligrana, ed. The first international comparative study of local boundary reform, this collection presents a systematic examination of the legal and regulatory procedures in- volved in such municipal restructuring. JANUARY 256 pages, 17 tables, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0934-5 Politics / Planning Compulsory Compassion A Critique of Restorative Justice Annalise Acorn A multi-faceted consideration and critique of the compelling and emotion- ally seductive rhetoric of restorative justice. JANUARY 224 pages, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0943-4 Law / Native Studies LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Gutenberg in Shanghai Chinese Print Capitalism, 1876–1937 Christopher A. Reed This vital re-evaluation of Chinese modernity looks at how the advent of Chinese print capitalism had far-reach- ing and defining effects on Chinese culture. JANUARY 408 pages, 40 b/w photos, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1041-6 Asian Studies CONTEMPORARY CHINESE STUDIES SERIES Governing Ourselves? The Politics of Canadian Communities Mary Louise McAllister A stimulating new approach to the study of local government and planning, which addresses the challenges of globaliza- tion for both large and small Canadian communities. JANUARY 352 pages, 5 figures, 6½ x 9½” pb $39.95, ISBN 0-7748-1063-7 Politics Representation and Democratic Theory David Laycock, ed. A thought-provoking collection of es- says by leading political theorists that illuminates the complexity of political representation in contemporary demo- cratic politics. JANUARY 304 pages, 1 table, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1079-3 Politics Feminist Activism in the Supreme Court Legal Mobilization and the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund Christopher P. Manfredi A cogent analysis of legal mobilization as a strategy for social and activist movements. JANUARY 272 pages, 21 tables, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0947-7 Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Limiting Arbitrary Power The Vagueness Doctrine in Canadian Constitutional Law Marc Ribeiro The first full-length study of the void-for- vagueness doctrine and its implications for Canadian constitutional law. JANUARY 216 pages, 6 x 9” pb $25.95, ISBN 0-7748-1051-3 Law What Is a Crime? Defining Criminal Conduct in Contemporary Society Law Commission of Canada, ed. A sustained and critical interrogation of the definition of crime and its control in contemporary society. JANUARY 224 pages, 2 charts, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1087-4 Law LEGAL DIMENSIONS SERIES The Cult of Happiness Nianhua, Art, and History in Rural North China James A. Flath An interdisciplinary study of the histori- cal, cultural, and social significance of the Chinese woodblock print form of nianhua. JANUARY 288 pages, 47 b/w photos, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1035-1 Asian Studies CONTEMPORARY CHINESE STUDIES SERIES 9F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A Good Government? Good Citizens? Courts, Politics, and Markets in a Changing Canada W.A. Bogart Bogart draws on a diverse body of scholarship and evidence to trace the transformations in Canadian law and politics over the past twenty years. MAY 288 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1164-1 Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Do Glaciers Listen? Local Knowledge, Colonial Encoun- ters, and Social Imagination Julie Cruikshank Glaciers figure in indigenous oral tradi- tions, travellers’ journals, and geophysi- cal work. By following these, this book explores local knowledge, colonial en- counters, and environmental change. MAY 288 pages, est., 23 b/w illus., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1186-2 Anthropology / Native Studies MCLEAN CANADIAN STUDIES SERIES UBC PRESS | NEW SCHOLARLY BOOKS Cabinets and First Ministers Graham White White provides an account of the de- velopment, structure, and operation of Cabinet, and the role of the First Ministers in that regard, at the federal level in Canada and in the provinces and territories. MAY 208 pages, est., 1 table, 5½ x 8½” hc $65.00, ISBN 0-7748-1158-7 Politics CANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDIT First Nations Sacred Sites in Canada’s Courts Michael Lee Ross This is the first work to examine how Canada’s courts have responded to First Nations sacred sites claims, and demon- strates not merely that the courts have failed but also why they have failed to treat First Nations sacred sites fairly. MARCH 256 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1129-3 Native Studies / Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Building Health Promotion Capacity Action for Learning, Learning from Action Scott McLean, Joan Feather, and David Butler-Jones An exploration of health promotion, and the means through which individuals and organizations may become more effec- tive in undertaking and supporting it. MARCH 128 pages, est., 12 tables, 6 x 9” hc $65.00, ISBN 0-7748-1150-1 Health Between Justice and Certainty Treaty Making in British Columbia Andrew Woolford Woolford examines the need to provide “justice” for past wrongdoings commit- ted against First Nations peoples and the need to achieve “certainty” for the future of the province. FEBRUARY 240 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1131-5 Native Studies / Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Law and Risk Law Commission of Canada, ed. This collection explores the relation- ship between law and risk to develop the concept of risk as it affects legal thinking, judicial decision-making, and the interrelationships between legal processes and social context. MAY 224 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1191-9 Law LEGAL DIMENSIONS SERIES Unwilling Mothers, Unwanted Babies Infanticide in Canada Kirsten Johnson Kramar This book traces twentieth-century Canadian criminal justice responses to women who kill their newly born babies. APRIL 288 pages, est., 1 table, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1176-5 Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Securing Borders Detention and Deportation in Canada Anna Pratt A study of the formations, transforma- tions, and technologies of power that have surrounded the laws, policies, and practices of detention and deportation in Canada since the Second World War. MAY 288 pages, est., 2 figures, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1154-4 Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Defending Rights in Russia Lawyers, the State, and Legal Reform in the Post-Soviet Era Pamela A. Jordan Jordan offers a careful and thorough analysis of the development of the Russian legal system after the USSR’s collapse. MAY 256 pages, est., 4 tables, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1162-5 Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Humanitarianism, Identity, and Nation Migration Laws of Australia and Canada Catherine Dauvergne A framework for understanding the relationship between migration laws and national identities which highlights the role of humanitarianism in this linkage. FEBRUARY 256 pages, est., 4 tables, 6 x 9” hc $75.00, ISBN 0-7748-1112-9 Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Multicultural Nationalism Civilizing Difference, Constituting Community Gerald Kernerman An analysis and reorientation of peren- nial Canadian political debates over equality, diversity, identity, and unity, involving Québec, Aboriginal peoples, and ethnic and racial minorities. JUNE 160 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $75.00, ISBN 0-7748-1000-9 Politics LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES 10 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 The 1985 Pacific Salmon Treaty Sharing Conservation Burdens and Benefits W.P. Shepard and A.W. Argue This book examines the 1985 Pacific Salmon Treaty in its historical context, and the issues that were at the heart of discussions that began in the 1890s and still continue today. JUNE 352 pages, est., 28 figures, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1141-2 Resource Management Canadian Natural Resource and Environmental Policy Political Economy and Public Policy, Second Edition Melody Hessing, Michael Howlett, and Tracy Summerville An examination of policy making in one of the most significant areas of activ- ity in the Canadian economy – natural resources and the environment. MARCH 352 pages, est., 22 tables, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1188-9 pb $34.95, ISBN 0-7748-1181-1 Environmental Studies UBC PRESS | NEW SCHOLARLY BOOKS Carefair Rethinking the Responsibilities and Rights of Citizenship Paul Kershaw Kershaw proposes a redesigned social policy blueprint to integrate care as a constitutive responsibility and right of citizenship – for men as much as for women. MAY 208 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1160-9 Politics Biotechnology Unglued Science, Society, and Social Cohesion Michael D. Mehta A study of how agricultural, medical, and forensic biotechnology affect the social cohesiveness of agricultural com- munities, the developed and developing world, consumer groups, scientific com- munities, and general society. MARCH 224 pages, est., 6 figures, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1133-1 Environmental Studies / Sociology Frontier People Han Settlers in Minority Areas of China Mette Halskov Hansen Hansen demonstrates that the catego- ry of “Han immigrants” is profoundly fragmented in terms of generation, ethnic identification, migration history, class, and economic activity. JANUARY 280 pages, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1178-1 Asian Studies North American rights only A Dynamic Balance Social Capital and Sustainable Community Development Ann Dale and Jenny Onyx The authors illustrate the links between two normally disparate literatures – social capital and sustainable development – within the overall context of local community development. MAY 288 pages, est., 19 figures, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1143-9 Environmental Studies / Law SUSTAINABILITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT Longitude and Empire How Captain Cook’s Voyages Changed the World Brian W. Richardson Before Captain Cook’s three voyages, the world was an uncertain place; after them, it was clear and safe. A concep- tual field guide, this book offers a signifi- cant rereading of both the voyages and of modern political philosophy. MAY 256 pages, est., 25 b/w illus., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1189-7 History China in World Politics Policies, Processes, Prospects, Second Edition Judith F. Kornberg and John R. Faust This revised and updated text introduces China’s foreign policy, past and present, and the factors that may influence the country’s future policy agenda. FEBRUARY 190 pages, 6 x 9” pb $34.95, ISBN 0-7748-1180-3 Asian Studies Canadian rights only The Soldiers’ General Bert Hoffmeister at War Douglas E. Delaney This book examines how Major-General Bert Hoffmeister conducted his business as a military commander. It dissects his numerous battles to reveal how he managed and how he led, how he directed and how he inspired. APRIL 320 pages, est., 21 b/w photos, 15 maps, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1148-X Military History Brute Souls, Happy Beasts, and Evolution The Historical Status of Animals Rod Preece In this provocative inquiry into the status of animals in human society from the fifth century BC to the present, Preece provides a wholly new perspective on the human-animal relationship. JUNE 448 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1156-0 Animal Ethics In Defence of Multinational Citizenship Siobhán Harty and Michael Murphy An argument for a form of multinational citizenship that provides equal recogni- tion to the citizenship regimes of state and substate nations, and a revised conception of state sovereignty that is divided and shared. MARCH 208 pages, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1199-4 pb $32.95, ISBN 0-7748-1200-1 Politics Canadian rights only Pro-Family Politics and Fringe Parties in Canada Chris MacKenzie The Family Coalition Party was a pro-life, pro-family group of activists that started a political party to do the work of a so- cial movement. MacKenzie documents its political history, analyzes its political life, and examines the ideology of the pro-family movement. MARCH 304 pages, est., 4 tables, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1096-3 Politics Communication Technology Darin Barney An assessment of the extent to which the democratic criteria of participation, inclusiveness, and responsiveness are met by Canada’s communication media, a realm of Canadian public life that bears on the overall vitality of democracy. MAY 224 pages, est., 5½ x 8½” hc $65.00, ISBN 0-7748-1182-X Politics CANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDIT 11F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A CAVENDISH PUBLISHING City Limits Crime, Consumer Culture and the Urban Experience Keith J. Hayward Criminology has always enjoyed a highly productive relationship with the city, generating many important em- pirical and theoretical studies. But all too often the human experience, so- cial diversity, and the inherently plural- istic fabric of city life are transformed into the discourse of demographics, statistics, and rationality. This book examines the crime-city nexus in a way that makes sense of criminology’s past and contemporary engagements, including both admin- istrative criminology and the work of Jack Katz and Mike Davis. Drawing on a range of disciplinary frameworks – social theory, urban studies, archi- tectural theory, and research into urban consumerism practices – the author argues that consumption is central to understanding the city and urban crime. Keith Hayward is Lecturer in the School of Social Policy at the Univer- sity of Kent. MARCH 272 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-90438-503-6 pb $59.95 Criminology GlassHouse Press Law after Ground Zero John Strawson, ed. Following 9/11, a new legal order is emerging in which the “terrorist threat” has been used as justification to marginalize human rights. This collection offers a defence to the threats confronting our human rights culture. In analyzing the role of the UN, the conduct of the Afghan war, domestic anti-terrorist legislation, and the new debate about Islamic law, Law after Ground Zero demonstrates the future challenges that law will face within our global society. It also offers accounts of how events have impacted on the Palestinian- Israeli conflict, Iraq, and Afghanistan itself, as well as debates about international law, human rights, and women’s rights.This unique work will interest those studying or research- ing in the areas of international law, human rights and humanitarian law, international relations, politics, critical legal studies, Islamic law, culture, and socio-legal studies. John Strawson is Principal Lecturer in the School of Law at the University of East London. 2002 256 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-90438-502-8 pb $65.95 International Law GlassHouse Press Erotic Justice Law and the New Politics of Postcolonialism Ratna Kapur Centring on the Indian subcontinent, these essays deal with the sexual subaltern subject – women, sexual minorities, Muslims, and transnational migrants. Law is analyzed as a site of discursive engagement by a host of actors, state and non-state, including feminists, where competing understandings are in play concerning “the West and the rest,” nation and cultural authenticity, globalization, and resistance. Relentless in her critiques of state reproduction of colonial moments, the essentializing of indigenous culture, and the victim rhetoric so endemic to Western human rights discourse on “the Other,” Kapur takes the sexual subject in a postcolonial context as an active subject, here framed within the lens of desire and pleasure and not exclusively violence or the family. Ratna Kapur is Director of the Centre for Feminist Legal Research in New Delhi. DECEMBER 2004 250 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-90438-524-9 pb $57.95 Law and Politics GlassHouse Press Women, Madness and the Law A Feminist Reader Wendy Chan, Dorothy E. Chunn, and Robert Menzies This collection draws together the key texts from a panel of international feminist scholars whose work across a range of disciplines has examined the ways that the processes and practices of law and the “psy” sci- ences play a critical role in regulating the lives of women. A substantial introduction by the editors provides a valuable overview. This book will be of interest to aca- demics and post-graduate students in the fields of criminology, law and soci- ety, gender studies, and psychiatry. Wendy Chan, Dorothy E. Chunn, and Robert Menzies all teach in the School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University. FEBRUARY 352 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-90438-509-5 pb $59.95 Criminology GlassHouse Press UBC Press is pleased to announce that we are the new Canadian distributor for Cavendish Publishing. Located in London, Cavendish Publishing is the UK’s leading independent law publisher. Cavendish publishes scholarly monographs, textbooks, practitioner titles, and revision aids, and its exciting publishing program for 2005 includes major new textbooks, over twenty new titles from GlassHouse Press, the launch of its Pocket Lawyer series, and the first titles under its new UCL Press imprint. The books published under the GlassHouse Press imprint are diverse in the fields they cover but concentrate on areas such as criminology, criminal justice, sociology, politics, critical legal studies, socio-legal studies, comparative sociology and law, international relations, and international law. An analytical and critical approach unites the titles, as well as authors who are established authorities or rising stars in their respective fields. The UCL Press imprint was launched in April 2003, publishing in archaeology, anthropology, geography, public policy, and law. 12 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 PARADIGM PUBLISHERS UBC Press is pleased to announce that we are the new Canadian distributor for Paradigm Publishers. Paradigm Publishers is a new, editor-owned, independent press founded in May of 2003. Veterans of the book trade and of the social sciences will quickly recognize its commitment to publishing influential authors whose books have been widely read and translated worldwide – among them Charles Tilly, Noam Chomsky, Alison Jaggar, Immanuel Wallerstein, and Howard Zinn. High-quality books form the guiding philosophy of Paradigm Publishers, whose key fields are social sciences, education, philosophy, politics, law, and his- tory. While high-level scholarship will be at the heart of Paradigm’s publishing program, the press will also release more practical books, bringing the fruits of scholarship to wider readerships. Pedagogy of Indignation Paulo Freire Foreword by Donaldo Macedo Pedagogy of Indignation speaks to the necessity of making and remak- ing one’s self throughout a lifetime, the role of education in personal development, and the daily life ten- sions between freedom and authority. It sharpens our sense of the critical faculties of children, and shows how a teacher may work with children to help them realize their potential intel- lectually and as human beings. Also explored is the social constitution of the self in the work of educators, critical citizenship, and the necessity of teaching about the world that tran- scends literacy programs to include the legacy of colonialism in peoples’ resistance movements today. The late Paulo Freire of Brazil is perhaps the most influential educa- tion writer of our times. His books, especially his classic Pedagogy of the Oppressed,  have been translated into more than 40 languages. He is the author most recently of Pedagogy of Freedom. OCTOBER 2004 176 pages, 5½ x 8½” ISBN 1-59451-051-2 pb $22.95 Education SERIES IN CRITICAL NARRATIVE Letters from Lexington Reflections on Propaganda New Updated Edition Noam Chomsky Foreword by Edward S. Herman The original Letters from Lexington solidified Noam Chomsky’s position as America’s most distinguished critic of the media. In this updated edition, a new chapter, “What Makes the Mainstream Media Mainstream,” offers Chomsky’s latest thinking on the role of the media in a rapidly changing world – especially in justify- ing US government and corporate actions. Chomsky’s analyses of the politics of the Reagan and earlier Bush administrations offer a striking and prescient perspective on the events, key players, and policies that shape America’s national agenda under the current presidency of George W. Bush and the “War on Terrorism.” Noam Chomsky has revolutionized the study of linguistics, and his po- litical essays are read and translated throughout the world. In 2003, The New Yorker described him as one of the most widely cited scholars in history. APRIL 2004 192 pages, 5½ x 8½” ISBN 1-59451-029-6 pb $19.95 Politics/International Relations SERIES IN CRITICAL NARRATIVE Howard Zinn on Democratic Education Howard Zinn, with Donaldo Macedo Howard Zinn on Democratic Educa- tion describes what is missing from school textbooks and in classrooms – and how we move beyond these deficiencies to improve student education. Critical skills of citizen- ship are insufficiently developed in schools, according to Zinn. Textbooks and curricula must be changed to transcend the recitation of received wisdom too common today in our schools. Educational policies of Bush and most previous presidents have been on the wrong track in meeting educational needs. This book seeks to redefine national goals at a time when public debates over education have never been more polarized – nor higher in public vis- ibility and contentious debate. Howard Zinn is an influential Ameri- can leftist historian. Retired from a professorship at Boston University, he is perhaps best known  for A People’s History of the United States. NOVEMBER 2004 224 pages, 5½ x 8½” ISBN 1-59451-055-5 pb $24.95 Education SERIES IN CRITICAL NARRATIVE The Modern World-System in the Longue Durée Edited by Immanuel Wallerstein Prominent scholars from around the world debate the past and future of the capitalist world-economy, and the ways in which a capitalist economy shapes Western research, the academy, and broader knowledge structures. They also analyze the relationship between scholarship and the rest of the world. Immanuel Wallerstein is in the Soci- ology Department at Yale University. APRIL 176 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-59451-037-7 pb $34.95 Sociology FERNAND BRAUDEL CENTER SERIES » ALSO OF INTEREST Alternatives The United States Confronts the World Immanuel Wallerstein 2004, 176 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-59451-067-9 pb $24.95 Overcoming the Two Cultures Science versus the Humanities in the Modern World-System Richard E. Lee and Immanuel Wallerstein, coordinators 2004, 224 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-59451-068-7 hc $82.95 13F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A Media Spectacle and the Crisis of Democracy Terrorism, War, and Election Battles Douglas Kellner Empire and Inequality America and the World Since 9/11 Paul Street The Illustrated Souls of Black Folk W. E. B. Du Bois; Edited and Anno- tated by Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr. Douglas Kellner argues that “media spectacles” have come to dominate news coverage and distract the public from the substance of real public issues. Exploring the role of media spectacle in the 9/11 attacks and subsequent “War on Terror” in Afghanistan and Iraq, he documents the centrality of media politics in advancing foreign policy agendas and militaries, and reveals how conflicting political forces ranging from Al Qaeda to the Bush administration construct media spectacles to advance their politics. Media Spectacle and the Cri- sis of Democracy delineates the role of the media in the highly significant 2004 election campaign that many believe to be one of the key political struggles of the contemporary era. Criticizing unilateralism abroad, Kel- lner argues for a multilateral and cosmopolitan globalization and the need for democratic media to take a more decisive role to overcome the current crisis of democracy. Douglas Kellner is a professor in the Graduate School of Education at UCLA, and is the author of many books, including Grand Theft 2000 about the 2000 presidential election. FEBRUARY 264 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-59451-119-5 pb $24.95 Current Events / Media Empire and Inequality shows how the jetliner attacks of 9/11 provided a windfall opportunity to accelerate pre- existing trends towards greater global and domestic hierarchy, inequality, and repression. Paul Street shows how the elites of American govern- ment and business used classic propaganda mechanisms in pursuit of this regressive and authoritarian agenda in the “post-9/11 era.” He offers a cogent critique of the myth of the powerless state, showing that the US government’s cup runs over when it comes to serving the wealthy and privileged few and is empty only when it comes to meeting the needs of the non-affluent majority. Empire and Inequality is a powerful reflection on the inseparable, deepening, and mutually reinforcing relationships that exist between empire abroad and inequality and repression at home in the “post-9/11 era.” Paul Street is an urban social policy researcher and teacher in Chicago, and holds a PhD in modern US History from Binghamton University. SEPTEMBER 2004 208 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-59451-059-8 pb $24.95 Politics / International Relations CULTURAL POLITICS AND THE PROMISE OF DEMOCRACY SERIES PARADIGM PUBLISHERS Richly illustrated, this special edition of Du Bois’s seminal work includes historical woodcuts and engravings, photos, and documents from the 19th and early 20th century, and depict  American slavery and its legacy, African-American life, and the prominent figures and events associated with the book’s content. Assembled by Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr., this illustrated edition of The Souls of Black Folk also offers extensive annotations, commentary, and related materials from government, the media, advertising, and popular culture. Eugene Provenzo is a professor at the University of Miami School of Education. DECEMBER 2004 320 pages; 82 b/w photos; 25 wood- cuts, etching, maps, and patents; 14 pages of sheet music; 15 historical documents (textual); 6 x 9” ISBN 1-59451-030-X hc $44.95 Social Science / Minority Studies » ALSO OF INTEREST The Souls of Black Folk 100th Anniversary Edition W.E.B. Du Bois; With a new introduc- tion by Manning Marable 2004, 224 pages, 5½ x 8½” ISBN 1-59451-005-9 pb $17.95 Great Barrington Books An exploration of memory, Going Down for Air artfully combines two very different yet connected texts. “A Memoir” is richly evocative not only of times past, but also of a very English, imperial, queerly masculine subjectivity, caught on the cusp of the extinction of the world in and of which it made sense. Derek Sayer’s allusive writing succeeds as few have done before in capturing the leaps and bounds of memory itself. Rich in its detail, unstinting in its honesty, this beautifully written memoir is a considerable literary achievement. The memoir is complemented by Sayer’s provocative theoretical essay on memory and social identity. Draw- ing on linguistic and psychoanalytic theory, photographic images, and literary texts, “In Search of a Subject” argues that it is memory above all that maintains the imagined identities upon which society rests. Derek Sayer teaches at the Univer- sity of Alberta, and Lancaster Uni- versity, England, and is the author of The Great Arch (with Philip Corrigan), Capitalism and Modernity, and The Coasts of Bohemia. MAY 2004 216 pages, 18 b/w photos 5½ x 8½” ISBN 1-59451-041-5 pb $22.95 Sociology Great Barrington Books Going Down for Air A Memoir in Search of a Subject Derek Sayer 14 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 Children, Youth and Adults with Asperger Syndrome Integrating Multiple Perspectives Edited by Kevin P. Stoddart This book offers a comprehensive overview of clinical, research, and personal perspec- tives on Asperger Syndrome (AS), including contributions from parents and experts in the fields of psychology, social work, psy- chiatry, genetics, sexology, and vocational counselling. It includes first-hand accounts from adults with AS, highlighting their difficulties in areas such as social competence and education. Specialist perspectives on AS, including sexuality and relationships, finding and keep- ing employment, and anxiety and depression are sensitively addressed. The viewpoints of parents explore experiences of parenting AS individuals. These varied approaches to living with AS complement the emerging literature on theory, research, and practice in this area. The broad scope of Children, Youth and Adults with Asperger Syndrome guarantees a wide readership among practitioners, students, parents, young people, and adults with AS; educates service providers on how to assist people with AS; and suggests a model of interdisciplinary collaboration for administra- tors and funders. JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS For 25 years, Kevin P. Stoddart has worked with children, young people, adults, and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs), mental health issues, and developmental disabilities. For the last fifteen years, people with mild ASDs and Asperger Syndrome have been his clinical focus. He has worked primarily in community treatment settings where he has provided individual and family psychotherapy. He now has a private psychotherapy and consultation practice in Toronto. FEBRUARY 336 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-319-2 pb $44.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Mental Health Aspects of Autism and Asperger Syndrome Mohammad Ghaziuddin Despite increasing interest, very little is known about the occurrence of psychiatric disor- ders in persons with autism and Asperger Syndrome. Mental Health Aspects of Autism and Asperger Syndrome alerts parents and professionals to the occurrence of common emotional and psychological problems in autism (e.g. schizophrenia, violence, depres- sion, anxiety, tics) and provides sound advice for the detection and treatment of psychiatric problems in people with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The conditions described in this book are those that Dr Ghaziuddin, an experi- enced psychiatrist specializing in autism, has most commonly seen in autistic children and adults, although Dr Ghaziuddin clearly states that he is not proposing a direct link between psychiatric disorders and autism, but is rather recognizing the need to systematically char- acterize commonly occurring disorders, with the hope that this will lead to their early recog- nition and treatment. With different disorders explained in clearly structured chapters, each providing an introduction to the disorder, advice on diagnosis and the best methods of treatment, this book is a valuable tool for both professionals and parents alike. Mohammad Ghaziuddin, M.D., M.R.C.Psych., is a child psychiatrist with a special interest in children and adults with autism and related disorders. Author of several scientific articles on various aspects of autism, Dr Ghaziuddin has lectured widely both in the US and abroad. He is an Associate Professor of Child Psychiatry at the University of Michigan and is on the editorial boards of several leading scientific journals. MAY 224 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-727-9 pb $24.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome 15F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A Asperger’s Syndrome and Sexuality From Adolescence through Adulthood Isabelle Hénault; Foreword by Tony Attwood Playing the dating game is often tricky: all the more so for individuals with Asperger Syndrome (AS). How do AS adolescents and their families cope with sexual feelings and behaviour? What help can be given if a man with AS oversteps the mark in expressing his sexuality? How do people with AS deal with intimacy and communication in sexual relationships? In this comprehensive and unique guide, Isabelle Hénault delivers practi- cal information and advice on issues ranging from puberty and sexual development, gender identity disorders, and couples’ therapy, to guidelines for sex education programs and maintaining sexual boundaries. This book will prove indispensable to parents, teach- ers, counsellors, and individuals with AS themselves. Dancing with Dementia My Story of Living Positively with Dementia Christine Bryden Christine Bryden was a top civil servant and single mother of three children when she was diagnosed with dementia at the age of 46. Since then she has gone on to challenge almost every stereotype of people with dementia by campaigning for self-advocacy, writing articles, and speaking at national conferences. This book is a vivid account of the author’s experiences of living with dementia, explor- ing the effects of memory problems, loss of independence, difficulties in communication, and the exhaustion of coping with simple tasks. She describes how, with the support of her husband Paul, she continues to lead an active life nevertheless, and explains how professionals and caregivers can help. Bryden makes an outspoken attempt to change prevailing attitudes and misconcep- tions about the disease. Arguing for greater empowerment and respect for people with dementia as individuals, she also reflects on the importance of spirituality in her life and how it has helped her better understand who she is and who she is becoming. Dancing with Dementia is a thoughtful explo- ration of how dementia challenges our ideas of personal identity and of the process of self-discovery it can bring about. Isabelle Hénault has a master’s degree in sexology and a doctorate of psychology from the University of Quebec. She has a private practice that provides assessment and therapy for individuals, couples and families, and she acts as a consultant to a variety of organizations and schools. Her expertise lies in Asperger Syndrome, with a special emphasis on sexuality, and she is the author of a sociosexual education program for people with AS. APRIL 224 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-189-0 pb $29.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Christine Bryden has worked in the pharmaceutical industry and as a senior executive in the Australian Prime Minister’s Department. In 2003 she was the first person with dementia to be elected to the Board of Alzheimer’s Disease International. MAY 208 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-332-X pb $24.95 Counselling / Dementia JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS 16 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 The Simplicity of Dementia Huub Buijssen This book offers an accessible and sympathetic introduction for relatives, carers and profession- als looking after or training to work with people with dementia. Drawing on the two “laws of dementia,” the author explains the causes of communication problems, mood disturbances and “deviant” behaviours, with particular emphasis on how these are experienced by dementia sufferers themselves. Case examples demonstrate the typical symptoms and progres- sion of dementia, and clear guidance is provided on how to support dementia sufferers at every stage and help them deal with the challenges posed by their condition. Relatives and caregivers will find this book a source of essential information and encouragement to deal confidently with the difficulties posed by the condition both for people with dementia and those around them. Huub Buijssen is a psychogerontologist and clinical psychologist and has written many successful books on the subject of dementia. He regularly lectures to relatives and carers of dementia sufferers. MARCH 160 pages, 5½ x 8½ ISBN 1-84310-321-4 pb $24.95 Dementia The nature of artistic creativity and its relationship with “difference” has intrigued people for centuries. The Genesis of Artistic Creativity is a revealing ex- ploration of the lives of twenty-one famous writers, philosophers, musicians, and painters, including George Orwell, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Andy Warhol, and many others, in light of the recognized criteria for diagnosis of high-functioning autism and Asperger Syndrome (AS). Having diagnosed hundreds of individuals with AS during his professional career, Professor Fitzgerald examines here the social behaviour, language, humour, and obsessive interests and routines that accompanied creative genius in the past four centuries. From Herman Melville’s ec- centric breakfast habits and Simone Weil’s intense dislike of being touched by other people to Ludwig van Beethoven’s inappropriate marriage proposals and Vincent van Gogh’s inability to form satisfying relationships with others, the author offers compel- ling insights into the association between creativity and autism spectrum disorders. This celebration of artistic genius and AS will prove a fascinating read not only for professionals in the field of autism and AS, but for anyone interested in the sources of creativity and the arts. Michael Fitzgerald is Henry Marsh Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Trinity Col- lege, Dublin. MAY 240 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-334-6 pb $24.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome The Genesis of Artistic Creativity Asperger’s Syndrome and the Arts Michael Fitzgerald Personal Hygiene? What’s that Got to Do with Me? Pat Crissey Illustrated by Noah Crissey Personal Hygiene? What’s that got to do with me? is a curriculum developed for students with autism, Asperger Syndrome, and learning and developmental disabilities, designed to help them understand how others perceive their appearance and the social implications of neglecting personal hygiene. Simple factual information is accompanied by humorous cartoons that emphasize how others view someone with poor hygiene. Step-by-step cartoons explain exactly what the student needs to do to ensure good hygiene. Quizzes and activity pages provide numerous opportunities for repeti- tion and reinforcement of the key points. There are also hands-on activities to demonstrate why and how to perform various hygiene tasks. Sev- eral social stories are also provided, along with a set of worksheets to help students set up a daily schedule to allow time for completing necessary hygiene tasks. Pat Crissey has worked in the field of special education for over twenty years as a special education teacher and autism consultant. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in special and elementary education from Illinois State Uni- versity and completed graduate work in special education from Western Oregon University. She lives in McMinnville, Oregon with her husband, and has three grown children and one young granddaughter. FEBRUARY 80 pages, colour illus. throughout, 7 x 9½” ISBN 1-84310-796-1 pb $24.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS 17F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A Relative Grief Parents and children, sisters and brothers, husbands, wives and partners, grand- parents and grandchildren talk about their experience of death and grieving Clare Jenkins and Judy Merry Grief doesn’t go away. Not if you truly love some- body and they are part of the fabric of your life... It’s how you learn to cope with it that’s important… The accounts in this book are highly personal and moving. At times they are harrowing, at times heart-rending, at times poignant, but in each one there is something positive – a touch of humour, a revelation, an unexpected insight. – From the Introduction Relative Grief is a collection of first-hand accounts from bereaved children and adults of all ages. They share their experiences of losing close relatives and friends through death from natural causes, genetic conditions, accident, suicide, and mur- der. Their reflections on loss provide immediate insights into the effect of grief on parents, grand- parents, children, siblings, and partners. The introduction examines the short and long-term effects of loss, the duration and intensity of mourn- ing, and the difficult and often conflicting feelings and behaviours that accompany it – loneliness, anger, guilt, relief, the birth or loss of religious faith, out-of-character behaviour, and “competitive” grief among close relatives and friends. Relative Grief is of interest to anyone who works with the bereaved, has been bereaved, or has supported someone bereaved. Clare Jenkins is a freelance journalist and broadcaster for BBC Radio 4. Judy Merry is a freelance producer and presenter working mainly for BBC Radio 4. MAY 208 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-257-9 pb $24.95 Bereavement and Palliative Care Caged in Chaos A Dyspraxic Guide to Breaking Free Victoria Biggs I describe life with my hidden handicap as “lying diagonally in a parallel universe” – I’m always slightly out of step with everyone else… always with a skewed view of things. Luckily I now really enjoy life on a tilt. – From Chapter 1 Written by a teenage dyspraxic, this inspiring book is a unique practical guide for dyspraxics and those around them struggling and determined to get to grips with the social, physical, and psychological chaos caused by developmental coordination disorders (DCDs). In her own conversational style, Victoria Biggs discusses the primary effects of her “learning dif- ference” – disorganization, clumsiness, and poor short-term memory – and the secondary difficulties she and other dyspraxics encounter, including bul- lying, low self-esteem, and loneliness. She offers down-to-earth advice on a wide range of issues, from body language, puberty, health, and hygiene to family life and social skills. Personal stories and “this-is-what-it’s-like-for-me” accounts from other dyspraxic adolescents are also included. Her positive and practical approach and profound empathy with others in her situation make this book a must-read for dyspraxics, their parents, and other family members, and for professionals working with them. Victoria Biggs is sixteen years old. Her writing skills have earned her a place in the National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth. APRIL 240 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-347-8 pb $24.95 Dyspraxia People with Autism Behaving Badly Helping People with ASD Move On from Behavioural and Emotional Challenges John Clements Presenting effective and long-term strategies for families and caregivers of people with autism, this book looks at various ways of tackling common problem behaviours, including (among others) physical aggression, self-injury, verbal abuse, rudeness, and property damage. Organized around common triggers of difficult behaviour, such as sensory sensitivity, changes in routine, or lack of control, as well as the longer- term effects of autism on social connectedness and personal well-being, the book examines how a variety of innovative relationship “styles” can be effective in reducing harmful behaviours and encouraging positive ones. Drawing on over thirty years’ experience of working with autistic people and their families, John Clements provides ideas and tips, exercises, case studies, and a log book to help families identify what is causing damaging behaviour, and what works to prevent and calm it. Realistic information about working together with individuals, families, and outside agencies, and about the pros and cons of medication is also included. This hands-on, practical manual will be indispensa- ble for families, caregivers, and anyone involved with people with autism who needs help with behavioural or emotional difficulties. John Clements is a clinical psychologist of thirty-two years standing, specializing in the field of developmental disabilities. APRIL 224 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-765-1 pb $24.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS 18 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 Toward a New Regionalism Environmental Architecture in the Pacific Northwest David Miller Green design is the major architectural movement of our time. Throughout the world, architects are producing sustainable buildings, attempting to preserve the environment and our globe’s natural resources. However, current strategies for forming sustainable solutions are typically too general and fail to take advantage of critical geographical, environmental, and cultural factors particular to a specific place. By focusing on the Pacific Northwest, this book provides essential lessons to architects and students as to how sustainable architecture can and should be shaped by the unique conditions of a region. Pacific Northwest regionalism has consistently supported an architecture aimed at environmental needs and priorities. This book illuminates the history of a “green trail” in the work of key architects of the Northwest. It discusses environmental strategies that work in the region, organized following nature’s most basic elements – earth, air, water, and fire – and their underlying principles and forces. The book focuses on technologies, materials, and methods, with a final section that examines thirteen exceptional Northwest buildings in detail and in light of their contributions to sustainable architecture. Critical case studies by Northwest architects illustrate some of the best environmental design work in North America. These projects include innovative design in water and site stewardship, intelligent technologies, passive energy strategies, ecologically sound building materials, and environmentally sensitive energy management systems. JULY 208 pages; 200 illus., 150 in colour 8½ x 10” ISBN 0-295-98494-5 pb $44.95 Architecture / Environmental Studies SUSTAINABLE DESIGN SOLUTIONS FROM THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS Architects in the book in- clude, from Seattle, Mithun Architects and Planners, Jones and Jones Architec- ture and Landscape Archi- tecture, and the Miller|Hull Partnership; from British Columbia, Peter Busby, Patkau Architects, and Ter- rence Williams; and from Portland, Allied Works. Nikkei in the Pacific Northwest Japanese Americans and Japanese Canadians in the Twentieth Century Edited by Louis Fiset and Gail M. Nomura Challenging the notion that Nikkei individuals before and during the Second World War were helpless pawns manipulated by forces beyond their control, the diverse essays in this rich collection focus on the theme of resistance within Japanese American and Japanese Canadian communities to twentieth-century political, cultural, and legal discrimination. They illustrate how Nikkei groups were mobilized to fight discrimination through assertive legal challenges, community participation, skillful print publicity, and political and economic organization. Comprised of all-new and original research, this is the first anthology to highlight the contributions and histories of Nikkei within the entire Pacific Northwest, including British Columbia. The collection covers such diverse subjects as Nikkei challenges to concerted legal and legislative assaults, Nikkei adapta- tion to American architectural institutions, rural strategies of Nikkei farmers, the war on Nikkei civil rights, draft resistance versus loyalty during World War II, terminology used in relation to the incarceration of the Nikkei, how “free zone” Nikkei viewed the migration of coastal Japanese into their communities, how eroded and neglected Nikkei communities regained their vitality in the postwar period, and how courageous individual Japanese Americans and Japanese Canadians fought repressive measures imposed upon them by governmental and cultural agencies. MARCH 360 pages, 23 illus., 6 x 9” ISBN 0-295-98461-9 pb $32.95 Asian American Studies / Northwest History EMIL AND KATHLEEN SICK LECTURE-BOOK SERIES IN WESTERN HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY CONTRIBUTORS: Noriko Asato, Michiko Midge Ayukawa, Roger Daniels, Gail Lee Dubrow, Andrea Geiger-Adams, Arthur A. Hansen, James A. Hirabayashi, Masumi Izumi, Eric L. Muller, Patricia E. Roy, and Robert C. Sims. David Miller is Professor of Architecture at the University of Washington, principal of the Miller|Hull Partnership, and recipient of the AIA Firm of the Year Award in 2003. Louis Fiset is Affiliate Associate Professor of dentistry at the University of Washington and the author of Imprisoned Apart: The World War II Correspondence of an Issei Couple. Gail M. Nomura is assist- ant professor of American ethnic studies at the Univer- sity of Washington. 19F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS The Transparent Body A Cultural Analysis of Medical Imaging José van Dijck From the potent properties of X rays evoked in Thomas Mann’s Magic Mountain to the miniaturized surgical team of the classic sci-fi film Fantastic Voyage, the possibility of peering into the inner reaches of the body has engaged the twentieth- century popular and scientific imagination. The Transparent Body traces the cultural context and wider social impact of such medical imaging practices as X ray and endoscopy, ultrasound imaging of fetuses, the filming and broadcasting of surgical operations, the creation of plastinated corpses for display as art objects, and the use of digitized cadavres in anatomical study. The interior of the body has become a pervasive cultural presence – as accessible to the public eye as to the physician’s gaze. José van Dijck explores the multifaceted interactions between medical images and cultural ideologies that have brought about this situation, and unfolds the complexities involved in medical images and their making, illu- minating their uses and meanings both within and outside of medicine. He demonstrates the ways in which the ability to render the inner regions of the human body visible – and the proliferation of images of the body’s interior in popular media – af- fect our view of corporeality and our understanding of health and disease. The Transparent Body is written in an engaging style that brings thought- provoking cultural intersections vividly to life. José van Dijck is Professor of Media and Culture and Chair of the Media Studies Department at the University of Amsterdam. APRIL 208 pages, 20 illus., 7 x 9” pb $32.95, ISBN 0-295-98490-2 History of Science IN VIVO – A MCLELLAN BOOK When the River Ran Wild! Indian Traditions on the Mid-Columbia and the Warm Springs Reservation George W. Aguilar Sr. When the River Ran Wild! is George Aguilar’s re- counting of the events he heard about while watch- ing his grandmother make moccasins by the light of a coal-oil lamp and while strapped to the back of his aunt’s horse on the way to the huckleberry grounds. In this remarkable personal memoir and tribal history, we learn about Aguilar’s people, the Kiksht-speaking Eastern Chinookans, who lived and worked for centuries connected to the rhythms and resources of the great fishing grounds of the Columbia River at Five Mile Rapids. Aguilar tells the story of a culture and a community that has undergone tremendous change since 1805, when the River People encountered Lewis and Clark as they traveled down the Columbia River on their way to the Pacific Ocean. To find the sto- ries of that change, Aguilar draws on the journals and diaries of early White missionaries and set- tlers, anthropological papers and historical studies that recorded the voices of people who practiced and remembered ceremonies and traditions, and tribal elders who have kept the history and stories of the River People in their memories. Aguilar has written this book to show what the River People have lost over the decades, but he also gives testimony to what has been conserved and enlivened by a people who love the land and who honour tradition and to those who came before. George W. Aguilar Sr. is an American Indian elder. JUNE 272 pages, 120 b/w illus., 7 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-295-98484-8 Native American Studies/Biography A SAMUEL AND ALTHEA STROUM BOOK Published with Oregon Historical Society Press The Audio Dictionary Third Edition, Revised and Expanded Glenn D. White and Gary J. Louie “It is rare to find a reference book that you do not want to stop reading, but The Audio Dictionary fits that description... Each definition, from absolute pitch to zero reference, is actually a mini-article with concise yet thorough explanations that are easy for nonspecialists to understand.” – Music Educators Journal The Audio Dictionary is a comprehensive resource, including historical, obsolete, and obscure as well as contemporary terms relating to diverse aspects of audio such as film and TV sound, recording, Hi-Fi, and acoustics. The Third Edition includes: • Hundreds of new entries from AAC (Advanced Audio Coding), Lip Synch, Metadata, and MP3 to Satellite Radio • Every term from previous editions has been reconsidered and often rewritten • Guest entries by Dennis Bohn (cofounder and head of research and development at Rane Cor- poration) and film sound expert Larry Blake (Erin Brokovich, Oceans Eleven) • The appendices – tutorials that gather a lifetime’s worth of experience in acoustics – include both new and greatly expanded articles: The Art and Science of Good Acoustics and Good Acoustics in Small Rooms and Auditoria Glenn D. White is a freelance recording engineer specializing in instrumentation for acoustic and vibration measurements. Gary J. Louie is the music recording specialist at the University of Washington School of Music. FEBRUARY 512 pages, 6 x 9” pb $37.95, ISBN 0-295-98498-8 Music / Engineering / Reference 20 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 American Knees A Novel Shawn Wong American Knees is about relationships, sex, work, and family obligations. In other words, it’s about life. “American Knees (a takeoff on the old schoolyard song, ‘Chinese, Japanese, dirty knees...’) is the story of how Raymond Ding, a politically correct man with a politically incorrect sense of humour, falls into, and out of, love with newspaper photog- rapher Aurora Crane. As Raymond and Aurora’s story unfolds, Wong crafts some wonderfully telling and funny scenes of social relations in multicultural America.” – Seattle Weekly “Wong overturns the racial stereotypes perpetrated against Asians in this country, and he does so with humour to spare... No one has more eloquently or joyfully asserted our belonging.” – David Wong Louie, Los Angeles Times Book Review “Shawn Wong adds a funny, sexy chapter to Asian American literature... A multicultural comedy that relentlessly lampoons the incidents and incidentals of modern Asian American life.” – Julie Shiroishi, San Francisco Bay Guardian Shawn Wong is the author of the award-winning novel Homebase and an editor of several anthologies of Asian American literature, including Aiiieeeee! and The Big Aiiieeeee! He is the director of the University Honors Program at the University of Washington. APRIL 240 pages, 5½ x 8½” pb $18.95, ISBN 0-295-98496-1 Fiction / Asian American Studies UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS All the Conspirators Carlos Bulosan Introduction by Caroline S. Hau and Benedict Anderson All the Conspirators, now available in North America for the first time since Carlos Bulosan wrote the novel nearly forty years ago, provides a vivid portrait of postwar Philippines that retains its timeliness and its power to disturb. A perceptive and thought-provoking introduction by Caroline S. Hau and Benedict Anderson places All the Conspirators with other works Bulosan wrote for a popular audience in the context of his complete writings. In this mystery thriller set at the end of the Second World War, American Gar Stanley returns to his native Philippines in order to help his childhood sweetheart locate her missing husband, Clem, who mysteriously disappeared during an ambush by Japanese troops. With Clem’s ring as the only clue, Gar moves from the streets of Manila to the mountains of Baguio, from mansions to hovels, bordellos to churches, posh nightclubs to Igorot huts. He pursues and is pursued by bankers and hoboes, warriors and thugs, matrons and nightclub singers. Gar quickly realizes that in this war-rav- aged country, no one is who they seem, and he must struggle to stay one step ahead of the conspirators before they silence his friend and destroy those who uncover their secrets. Carlos Bulosan was a passionate spokesper- son, through America Is in the Heart and other political works, for the more than 60,000 Filipinos who migrated to the US in the early decades of the twentieth century. He died in 1954 but lived again during the Asian American renaissance of the 1970s. MARCH 192 pages, 6 x 9” pb $18.95, ISBN 0-295-98497-X Fiction / Asian American Studies Other Asian American fiction titles from the University of Washington Press America Is in the Heart Carlos Bulosan 1946, ISBN 0-295-95289-X, pb $17.95 The Bread of Salt and Other Stories N.V.M. Gonzalez 1993, ISBN 0-295-97246-7, hc $41.95 Cebu Peter Bacho 1991, ISBN 0-295-97132-0, pb $23.95 Dark Blue Suit and Other Stories Peter Bacho 1997, ISBN 0-295-97637-3, pb $28.95 DreamEden Linda Ty-Casper 1997, ISBN 0-295-97586-5, pb $27.95 Desert Exile The Uprooting of a Japanese American Family Yoshiko Uchida 1982, ISBN 0-295-96190-2, pb $20.95 Fifth Chinese Daughter Jade Snow Wong 1989, ISBN 0-295-96826-5, pb $17.95 Fish Head Soup and Other Plays Philip Kan Gotanda; Introduction by Michael Omi 1995, ISBN 0-295-97433-8, pb $27.95 Nisei Daughter Monica Sone; Introduction by S. Frank Miyamoto 1953, ISBN 0-295-95688-7, pb $18.95 No-No Boy John Okada; Introduction by Lawson Fusao Inada 1957, ISBN 0-295-95525-2, pb $20.95 Paper Bullets A Fictional Autobiography Kip Fulbeck 2001, ISBN 0-295-98079-6, pb $29.95 Phoenix Eyes and Other Stories Russell Charles Leong 2000, ISBN 0-295-97945-3, pb $25.95 Picture Bride Yoshiko Uchida 1997, ISBN 0-295-97616-0, pb $18.95 Quiet Odyssey A Pioneer Korean Woman in America Mary Paik Lee; Edited with an Introduction by Sucheng Chan 1990, ISBN 0-295-96969-5, pb $17.95 Scent of Apples A Collection of Stories Bienvenido N. Santos 1979, ISBN 0-295-95695-X, pb $20.95 Yokohama, California Toshio Mori; Introduction by William Saroyan New Introduction by Lawson Fusao Inada 1949, ISBN 0-295-96167-8, pb $19.95 21F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A Reclaiming the Ancestors Decolonizing a Taken Prehistory of the Far Northeast, The Wabanaki World, Book One Frederick Matthew Wiseman Reclaiming the Ancestors is a sweeping new account of Wabanaki prehistory from a native perspective. Frederick Matthew Wiseman’s The Voice of the Dawn carefully balanced western and Native American expectations and methodologies to tell the story of the Abenaki Nation; it was hailed as “inspiring.” Wiseman brings that same respect and expertise to a new history of all of Wôbanakik, whose “Land of the Dawn” stretches from Vermont and Quebec to Maine, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick. In this first volume, he focuses on the prehistory of the Wabanaki tribes: Abenaki, Pe- nobscot, Passamaquoddy, Malecite, and Micmac, arguing that the ancient Wabanakis were cultural and technological innovators. An Abenaki by birth and an archaeologist by train- ing, Wiseman is the designated Mikwobaid, or “Rememberer,” for his own tribe. He is well-suited to making informed but cul-turally sensitive use of archaeological and paleoecological data to tell the story of some 11,000 years of Wabanaki prehis- tory, up to the time of European contact. Combin- ing the viewpoints of a Native American with that of a scientist, Wiseman offers a new and unique account of the Northeast’s First Nations. Frederick Matthew Wiseman is Chair of the Department of Humanities at Johnson State Col- lege in Johnson, Vermont; founder and director of the Abenaki Tribal Museum and Cultural Center in Swanton, Vermont; and author of The Voice of the Dawn: An Autohistory of the Abenaki Nation. JUNE 304 pages, 39 halftones, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-58465-399-X pb $32.95 Native Studies / Ethnology / New England UNIVERSITY PRESS OF NEW ENGLAND The Dancing Universe From Creation Myths to the Big Bang Marcelo Gleiser • Winner of Brazil’s Jabuti Award for the best nonfiction book of the year Available again, with a new preface, The Dancing Universe is a physicist’s “exceptionally clear sum- mary of 2,500 years of science and a fascinating account of the ways in which it often does intersect with spiritual beliefs” (Kirkus Reviews). Marcelo Gleiser refutes the notion that science and spirituality are irreconcilable. In The Dancing Universe, he traces mystical, philosophical, and scientific ideas about the cosmos through the past twenty-five centuries, from the ancient crea- tion myths of numerous cultures to contemporary theories about an ever-expanding universe. He also explores the lives and ideas of history’s greatest scientists, including Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler, Newton, and Einstein. By exploring how scientists have unlocked the secrets of gravity, matter, time, and space, Gleiser offers fresh perspective on the debate between science and faith. Marcelo Gleiser is Appleton Professor of Natural Philosophy and Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Dartmouth College. He is also the author of The Prophet and the Astronomer: A Scientific Journey to the End of Time. FEBRUARY 352 pages, 44 illus., 6 x 9” ISBN 1-58465-466-X pb $24.95 History of Physics / Cosmology UNDERSTANDING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DARTMOUTH COLLEGE PRESS The White Rose Munich 1942–1943 Inge Scholl Introduction by Dorothee Sölle Translated by Arthur Schultz “The existence of an organized resistance in Germany during the Third Reich has often been glossed over or ignored... Now for the first time this fascinating story, told by the surviving sister of two of the students, is available in accurate and readable English” – Library Journal “A sad and beautiful book; timely and timeless” – Wall Street Journal Since December 1979, millions have marched for peace in the streets of Europe… In their desperate search for role models, the finest members of the younger generation forage into the darkest part of Germany history. We know that we were militaristic, more so than any other European nation. We set a record for racism through our annihilation of six million Jewish people. We devastated Europe. But is that all there is to remember? Were there not, in addition to the forces of militarism, imperialism, and racism, also the forces of resistance?… We read history in order not to have to repeat it. When I think about Germany and the brief time in which White Rose bloomed, I feel choked with shame that there were not more “white roses” in the bleakest hour of my country’s history. But shame is, as Karl Marx once said, a revolutionary emotion. The Scholls knew that. – from the Introduction by Dorothee Sölle Inge Scholl is the surviving sister of Hans and Sophie Scholl. 1983 176 pages, 9 illus., 5½ x 8½” ISBN 0-8195-6086-3 pb $22.95 History / British & European History WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY PRESS 22 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 The Two of Them Joanna Russ Foreword by Sarah LeFanu “The Two of Them is an extraordinary novel.” – Marge Piercy “Joanna Russ is one of the pioneers and luminaries of women’s science fiction… Russ is chronically angry about what happens to women, but she digs deep into her anger and comes up with a rich and lively tale.” – Ms Magazine Irene, a rebellious product of an American 1950s upbringing, has fled from a repressive and sexist society into a life of apparent equality and adven- ture as part of the elite Trans-Temporal Authority’s cadre of travelers. Under the tutelage of Ernst, a friend/lover and teacher/father, Irene has achieved status and dignity. Irene and Ernst are assigned to a Muslim world where they meet Zubedeyeh, a young girl whose creativity is being transformed into madness by the male chauvinistic society in which she lives. Vowing to rescue her, Irene unleashes a destructive cycle of violence. Originally published in 1978, The Two of Them is a powerful portrait of a future sexist society. This Wesleyan edition includes a foreword by Sarah LeFanu, a feminist writer and broadcaster in the UK and author of In the Chinks of the World Machine. Joanna Russ, best known for her novel The Female Man, is a prolific author who is universally regarded as one of the finest science fiction novel- ists of the past 50 years. FEBRUARY 190 pages, 5½ x 8½” ISBN 0-8195-6760-4 pb $18.95 Science Fiction / Women’s Studies WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY PRESS Sex and the Slayer A Gender Studies Primer for the Buffy Fan Lorna Jowett “A highly nuanced, jargon-free discussion of the nature, role, and place of gender in Buffy. Anyone who thinks Buffy is ‘post-feminist,’ ‘feminist,’ or just a silly television show needs to read this book.” – James B. South, editor of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Philosophy During its seven-year run, Buffy the Vampire Slayer attracted a wide range of viewers and almost unprecedented academic interest. As fantasy, Buffy potentially opens up a space for alternative representations of gender. But how alternative can popular television be? Taking a feminist cultural studies approach, Lorna Jowett explores the ways in which the series represents femininity, masculinity, and gendered relations, including sexuality and sexual orienta- tion. Sex and the Slayer provides an introduction to the most important theoretical and historical underpinnings of contemporary gender criticism as it examines a range of thought-provoking is- sues: role reversal, the tension between feminism and femininity, the “crisis” of masculinity, gender hybridity, the appeal of bad girls, romance, and changing family structures. Jowett shows that Buffy presents a contradictory mixture of “subversive” and “conservative” images of gender roles and as such is a key example of the complexity of gender representation in contemporary television. Lorna Jowett is a Senior Lecturer in American Studies at University College Northampton. APRIL 240 pages, 14 b/w illus., 6¼ x 9¼” ISBN 0-8195-6758-2 pb $29.95 Film and Television / Gender Studies We Who Are About To... Joanna Russ Foreword by Samuel R. Delany “If this were a film it could be one of Peckinpah’s, violent, self-indulgent, obsessively contemptuous of humanity, nihilistic, and fascinating.” – Publishers Weekly A multi-dimensional explosion hurls the starship’s few passengers across the galaxies and onto an uncharted barren planet. With no technical skills and scant supplies, the survivors face a bleak end in an alien world. One brave woman holds the daring answer, but it is the most desperate one possible. Elegant and electric, We Who Are About To... brings us face to face with our basic assumptions about our will to live. While most of the stranded tourists decide to defy the odds and insist on colonizing the planet and creating life, the narra- tor decides to practice the art of dying. When she is threatened with compulsory reproduction, she defends herself with lethal force. Originally published in 1977, this is one of the most subtle, complex, and exciting science fiction novels ever written about the attempt to survive a potentially lethal alien environment. It is character- istic of Russ’s genius that such a readable novel is also one of her most intellectually intricate. This Wesleyan edition includes a foreword by Samuel R. Delany, a novelist living in New York who has won both Hugo and Nebula awards. FEBRUARY 152 pages, 5½ x 8½” ISBN 0-8195-6759-0 pb $18.95 Science Fiction / Women’s Studies 23F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A Ordinary Women An Arctic Adventure Sue Carter Ordinary Women is an exciting chronicle of the first all-women ski expedition from the Russian side of the planet to the North Pole. Full of surprises from its inception to its execution nearly eight years later, this is an amazing story of women working together, taking on harsh critics, challenging each other, and reaching a common goal. The group, which expanded and contracted through the stresses that all major expeditions face, was made up of determined but fairly ordinary women who dedicated their arduous trek to young women. From the pitfalls of fundraising to the perils of breaking ice, this intrepid band of adventurers not only achieved their common goal, but transformed themselves in the process. Sue Carter, the expedition’s organizer, describes the problems with group leadership, both in prepa- ration for the expedition and while on the ice; team selection, physical training, and the logistics of managing food, clothing, and shelter in an environ- ment that “wants you dead” are crisply presented in chilling detail, quite literally. Nevertheless, the women reached the top of the world, and a waiting NASA crew, for an interna- tional webcast to schoolchildren who had followed their expedition, and for a segment for “Good Morning America.” Sue Carter is the Secretary of the Board of Trustees and Executive Assistant to the President of Michigan State University and a member of the faculty in the university’s School of Journalism. MAY 208 pages, colour photos, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-87013-748-4 hc $37.95 Women’s Studies / Travel MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS Wise Leadership Linda McLyman “McLyman captures a unique collection of thought provoking corporate leadership behaviours, motivating the reader to engage in self reflection – careful you may not like what you see!” – Tim Foster, Ford Motor Company, Business Development and Strategy This insightful book teaches the concept of leader- ship and what it really means to be a wise leader in today’s complex and challenging world. Anyone who is interested in making significant changes in the world, or simply abetting progress, will ap- preciate this important book. Wise Leadership breaks from the formulas of tradi- tional self-help or management books. Rather than providing a set of quick-fix recipes for success, McLyman invites readers to listen to the simple, poignant words she has garnered from working alongside some of her most successful and power- ful clients during twenty-plus years of management consulting. These are the leaders everyone wants to have in their organizations. McLyman invites her readers to grasp the values, beliefs, and truths that are commonly held by many of today’s wisest leaders. Discover what it really means to work not just as a smart and intelligent leader, but also as a very wise leader. The path to intelligence, we discover, is not necessarily the same path to wisdom. Linda McLyman is a management consultant, corporate trainer, national speaker, and executive development coach. MARCH 180 pages, 5½ x 8½” ISBN 0-87013-746-8 pb $32.95 Business / Psychology / Self-help Reflections of Hearts and Minds Media, Opinion, and Identity in the Arab World Shibley Telhami “Shibley Telhami has become a voice of reason on American policy toward the Middle East. Few command such balanced knowledge and under- standing of both Arabs and Israelis.” – Jimmy Carter From the airing of bin Laden tapes to the cover- age of war in Iraq, the rise of the new media in the Middle East is an important and controversial development. When contrasted with the govern- ment-controlled media that limited Arab public in- formation and expression in previous decades, the new media, especially satellite television networks such as Al-Jazeera, have moved to the foreground of regional politics and US foreign policy. Utilizing original and ground-breaking public opinion surveys within the Middle East, best-selling author Shibley Telhami lays out the implications of this historic expansion in media activities and outlets. Telhami’s timely investigation explores the actual impact of these media on Arab public opinion and, more important, on how they help form notions of identity in the region. Do the media mirror public opinion or do they shape it? Are they reinforcing Arab identity at the expense of state identity in the Arab world? Telhami offers a unique analysis of the trends that will shape the Arab media, and how the US government will interact with them in coming years. Shibley Telhami is Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development at the University of Maryland. MAY 160 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-8157-8308-6 hc $29.95 CRO Media Studies / Current Events BROOKINGS INSTITUTIONAL PRESS 24 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 The Breastfeeding Café Mothers Share the Joys, Challenges, and Secrets of Nursing Barbara L. Behrmann “Here at long last is a guided tour of women’s actual experiences with breastfeeding. The Breastfeeding Café offers clinicians invaluable insights, and new mothers – whatever their back- grounds – will find in its pages their own place on the bell curve of the human experience that is breastfeeding.” – Diane Wiessinger, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant The Breastfeeding Café reveals the nursing rela- tionship in all its complexity through the stories of diverse women from all over the country, and endeavours to create a culture in which breastfeed- ing women are visible, accepted, and valued. This book is unique in that it is not a how-to on breastfeeding; rather it provides a forum for women to share their own stories with others. It approaches breastfeeding as a feminist issue and one that is very important to childrearing – but is nonjudgmental about women’s experiences breast- feeding their children. Organized thematically and framed within a social and cultural context by a sociologist and former nursing mother of two, The Breastfeeding Café moves the subject of women nursing their children out from behind closed doors. Barbara L. Behrmann is a freelance writer who has spent the past eight years interviewing hun- dreds of women about their breastfeeding experi- ences and other maternity-related issues. MARCH 320 pages, 10 illus., 6 x 9” ISBN 0-472-06875-X pb $24.95 Family / Women’s Studies UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN PRESS Lester Young Revised Edition Lewis Porter “... a schematic of unparalleled insight and detail.” – Down Beat “A monumental work.” – Dizzy Gillespie “... a major contribution to jazz scholarship... for its illumination of Lester Young’s music and for setting the biographical record straight.” – Dan Morgenstern Several new biographies of Lester Young have been published in the years since Lewis Porter’s Lester Young first appeared, but none have sup- planted or even attempted the in-depth study that Porter brings to his subject’s music. With the same care and scholarship that characterized his John Coltrane, Porter analyzes the music that made Lester Young “the most original tenor sax in jazz.” In addition to helping us understand Lester Young’s playing and stylistic evolution, Porter’s analysis demonstrates that Young’s playing at the end of his career did not mark a serious decline over his earlier style, as many critics have claimed. Lewis Porter is Professor of Music and director of the MA Program in Jazz History and Research at Rutgers University. His book John Coltrane: His Life and Music, won the 1999 Jazz Research Award. FEBRUARY 160 pages, 9 photos, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-472-08922-6 pb $24.95 Music / Biography JAZZ PERSPECTIVES The Last Miles The Music of Miles Davis, 1980–1991 George Cole “Very moving, emotional material.” – Gordon Meltzer, Miles’ last road manager and executive producer of the Doo-Bop album “An important book.” – Brian Priestley, jazz pianist, critic, reviewer, and co-author of The Rough Guide to Jazz George Cole brings us the story of the final re- cordings of one of the great jazz musicians of the twentieth century. The Last Miles centres on the final period of Davis’s life, when he emerged from a fiv-eyear hiatus from music. The focus is on the music Davis recorded and played, and how it evolved in the eyes of the musicians with whom he played. Cole devotes at least one chapter to each album Davis recorded during this period, and the full track-by-track descriptions contain the stories behind the songs. The book includes interviews with dozens of Davis’s closest colleagues, many of whom have never before been interviewed about their time with him. George Cole was educated at Homerton Col- lege, University of Cambridge. He is a freelance music and technology journalist whose work has appeared in Music Week, Jazzwise, the Financial Times, The Times, The Sunday Times, Newsweek, The Guardian, and other publications. MARCH 544 pages, 36 illus., 8½ x 9¾” ISBN 0-472-11501-4 hc $44.95 Music JAZZ PERSPECTIVES 25F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A The Kiss in History Edited by Karen Harvey Writers have previously placed the action of kissing into categories: kisses of love, affection, peace, respect, and friendship. Each of the essays in this fascinating book takes a single kind of kiss and uses it as an index to the past. For rather than offering a simple history of the kiss, this book is about the kiss in history. In this collection, an eminent group of cultural historians has explored this subject using an exceptionally wide range of evidence. The contributors explore the kiss through sources as diverse as canonical religious texts, popular prints, court depositions, pe- riodicals, diaries, and poetry. In casting the net so wide, they demonstrate how cultural history has been shaped by a broad concept of culture, encompassing more than simply the canons of art and literature, and integrat- ing apparently “historical” and “non-historical” sources. Furthermore, this collection shows that by analyzing the kiss and its position – embedded as it is as part of our culture – history can use small gestures to explain big issues concerning ourselves and others, the past and the present. MARCH 224 pages, 9 illus., 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7190-6595-X pb $34.95 Cultural History MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS Dictionary of British Politics Bill Jones From Diane Abbott to George Young via Keynesianism and Thatcherism, from Major to Millbank and from New Labour to Norman Tebbitt, this book is the ultimate reference guide to British politics. With over one thousand entries, the book covers the per- sonalities, policies and institutions that have shaped British politics, with special emphasis on developments since the beginning of the twentieth century. This is the ideal instant reference book on Brit- ish politics. It provides the reader with short, authoritative explanations and definitions of key terms, institutions, offices of state, political events, processes, and policies as well as biographies of well known politicians, political thinkers, movements, and theorists. Anyone unsure of a term, an event, the details of the life of a prominent politician, or the in- ner workings of an institution can turn to this book for immediate assistance. FEBRUARY 416 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7190-4958-X pb $19.95 British and Irish Politics POLITICS TODAY Karen Harvey is Lecturer in History at The University of Sheffield. Bill Jones is a Research Fellow in the Department of Government at the University of Manchester and is a former Director of Extra-Mural Studies at the University of Manchester. “An eloquent and stimulat- ing exercise in cultural history. Here is assembled an accessible, lucid and thought-provoking set of essays from prominent young scholars in their fields.” – Philip Carter, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography • An A to Z of British politics, organized into two distinct sections: definitions and biographies 26 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 An Alternative Internet Radical Media, Politics and Creativity Chris Atton This book explores how the Internet presents radical ways of organizing and producing media that offer political and cultural alterna- tives, both to ways of doing business and to how we understand the world and our place in it. The book is characterized by in-depth case studies. Topics include the media of new social movements and other radical political organizations (including the far right); websites produced by fans of popular culture; and media dedicated to developing a critical, “public” journalism. It locates these studies in appropriate theoretical and histori- cal contexts, while remaining accessible to a wide audience. This is the first book devoted entirely to “al- ternative” ways of political organization and cultural production on the Internet. The author is one of the leading international experts in the study of alternative media, and this book is an authoritative guide to all aspects of these phenomena: the cultural, the political, the economic, and the social. EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS Chris Atton is Reader in Journalism at the School of Communication Arts, Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland. He is the author of Alternative Literature and Alternative Media and the editor of special issues on alternative media for the leading international journals Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism and Media, Culture and Society. DECEMBER 2004 192 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7486-1770-1 pb $37.95 Film, Media, and Cultural Studies The Edinburgh Book of Twentieth- Century Scottish Poetry Edited by Maurice Lindsay and Lesley Duncan This is the most wide-ranging anthology of twentieth-century poetry in English and Scots available. Selected for the pleasure and interest they offer, these four hundred or so poems from more than 150 poets spans the entire cen- tury. While the major figures – MacDiarmid pre-eminently, and others such as Norman MacCaig, Iain Crichton Smith, and George Mackay Brown – are generously represented, there are many other voices, from the master balladeer of the Yukon, Robert Service, to the internationally-known psychiatrist R.D. Laing, the distinguished economist Sir Alec Cairn- cross, and the troubled but deeply eloquent Rayne Mackinnon. Women are given due prominence. Readers unfamiliar with Helen Adam will experience a frisson at the sexual tensions of her ballad- poems while Naomi Mitchison reveals her intimate self. The admirable Marion Angus, Violet Jacob, and Helen B. Cruickshank show their talents, while contemporary poets Liz Lochhead, Carol Ann Duffy, Janet Paisley, Jackie Kay, and many others, are well rep- resented. In a century of unprecedented change, the poems also act as a commentary on their times – and Scotland’s war poets such as Charles Hamilton Sorley and Hamish Henderson, with their anger and eloquence, are included. With its lively engagement with the real world as well as the world of private creativity, this anthology will contribute to an ongoing sense of Scottish cultural identity. MAY 384 pages, 8½ x 9¾” ISBN 0-7486-2015-X hc $44.95 Poetry “A pleasing, pleasure- filled book, with lots of surprises.” – Professor Alan Riach, University of Glasgow MAJOR THEMES: • the use of the Internet by political groups such as the anti-capitalist and environmental movements, as well as the far right • radical forms of creativity and distribu- tion: the anti-copyright and sampling/file-sharing movements, and their role as cultural critics in a corporate world • the development and maintenance of a global, “digital public sphere” of protest through such prac- tices as “hacktivism” KEY FEATURES • Includes more than four hundred poems • Represents more than 150 poets • Spans the entire twenti- eth century • Alphabetically arranged for ease of use • Includes biographical notes on each of the poets 27F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A Beyond the Reach of Time and Change Native American Reflections on the Frank A. Rine- hart Photograph Collection Edited by Simon J. Ortiz Around the turn of the twentieth century, most photographs of Indians pandered to shame- less, insensitive stereotypes. In contrast, photographic portraits made by Frank A. Rinehart conveyed the dignity and pride of Native peoples. More than 545 Native Americans representing tribes from all over the country attended the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposi- tion in Omaha in 1898 as part of the Indian Congress. Rinehart, the exposition’s official photographer, and his assistant Adolph Muhr, made more than five hundred glass-plate negatives depicting Native Americans in their traditional dress, now housed at Haskell Indian Nations University and regarded as one of the best photographic documentations of Indian leaders from this era. This book provides an unusual perspective on the Rinehart collection. It features one hundred images printed from the original negatives made by Rinehart and Muhr at the Congress and over the course of the next two years. It also includes fourteen essays by modern Native American writers, artists, and educators – some of them descendants of the individuals photographed – reflecting on the place of these images in their heritage. Beyond the Reach of Time and Change is not a coffee-table book of historical Indian pho- tographs, but rather a conversation between Indian people of a century ago and today. Just as the Rinehart collection offers today’s Native Americans a unique connection to the past, this book offers all readers a positive understanding of continuity and endurance within the American Indian community. APRIL 176 pages, 100 duotones, 8½ x 11” ISBN 0-8165-2360-6 pb $32.95 Native Studies / Photography SUN TRACKS, VOL. 53 CANADIAN MUSEUM OF CIVILIZATION Mailboxes Urban Street Furniture in Canada Bianca Gendreau Aficionados of postal history will appreciate this fascinating study of the history of mail- boxes. This is a story of the ingenuity and tenacity that has characterized the search for the perfect mailbox – a high quality, weather-resistant object that protects its precious postal contents. Richly illustrated with mailboxes from the Canadian Postal Mu- seum’s extensive collection, this book traces the evolution of modern urban street furniture, from the early cast-iron pillar boxes inspired by British models to fibreglass mailboxes and contemporary high-tech models. JANUARY 64 pages, 44 photos, 16 in colour, 6¾ x 9” ISBN 0-660-19335-3 pb $16.95 Postal History MERCURY SERIES CANADIAN POSTAL MUSEUM PAPER 3 Poet, fiction writer, essayist, and storyteller Simon Ortiz is a native of Acoma Pueblo and is the author or editor of numerous books, including Out There Somewhere, Men on the Moon, from Sand Creek, Speaking for the Generations, Woven Stone, and most recently The Good Rainbow Road, a children’s book. He is currently a professor at the University of Toronto. Bianca Gendreau is Curator of the Canadian Postal Museum’s collection. She has exhibited and published extensively on postal history in Canada and abroad. CONTRIBUTORS: Ned Blackhawk, Western Shoshone; Gregory A. 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E. B.  13 Dynamic Balance, A  10 Early, Gerald  33 Eckert, Cameron D.  2, 28 Ecocide  35 Edinburgh Book of Twentieth-Century Scottish Poetry, The  26 Eigen, Michael  34 Elections  6 Ellis, Graeme M.  29, 30 Emanuel, Louise 33 Empire and Inequality  13 Employment for Individuals with Asperger Syndrome or Non-Verbal Learning Disability 32 Enduring Hardship  31 Engdahl, William 34 Erotic Justice  11 Evans, Peter William  32 Evasdottir, Erika E.S.  8 Faith in Nature  36 Falk, Marcia  34 Fast, Yvona  32 Faust, John R.  10 Feather, Joan  9 Federalism  6 Feminist Activism in the Supreme Court  8 Ferguson, Charles H.  31 Ficken, Robert E.  36 Fienup-Riordan, Ann  36 Fifth Chinese Daughter  20 Fight or Pay  7 First Do No Harm  28 First Fish, Fist People  28 First Nations of British Columbia, The  28 First Nations Sacred Sites in Canada’s Courts  9 Fiset, Louis  18 Fishes of the Great Lakes Region  33 Fishman, Sylvia Barack  34 Fish Head Soup and Other Plays  20 Fitzgerald, Michael  16, 33 Flath, James A.  8 Flemming, Roy B.  8 Food for Thought  35 Ford, John K.B.  29,30 Fort Langley Journals, 1827–30  28 Freeze Frame  36 Freire, Paulo  12 Friday, Chris  36 Frontier People  10 Fulbeck, Kip  20 Gallucci, Robert L.  31 Gamblers and Dreamers  28 Garden for Life, A  33 Gartner, Rosemary  29 Gay Male Pornography  5 Gendreau, Bianca  27 Genesis of Artistic Creativity, The  16 Gerson, Carole  30 Aaron, Henry J.  31 Acorn, Annalise  8 Adams, John Luther  34 ADD and Me  32 Adney, Tappan  29 Afghanistan’s Endless War  28 Aguilar, Sr., George W.  19 Akrigg, G.P.V.  28 Akrigg, Helen B.  28 al-Zayyat, Montasser  35 Alex Lord’s British Columbia  28 All the Conspirators  20 Alternatives  12 Alternative Internet, An  26 Ament, Deloris Tarzan  36 American Horror Film, The  32 American Knees  20 American Science Fiction TV  34 America Is in the Heart  20 America Unbound  31 Amyot, Chantal  27, 31 Ancient People of the Arctic  28 Anderson, Benedict  20 Arboretum America  33 Argue, A.W.  10 Arima, Eugene  32 Armstrong, John Griffith  28 Asperger’s Syndrome  32 Asperger’s Syndrome and Sexuality  15 Asperger Syndrome, Adolescence, and Identity 32 Asperger Syndrome in Young Children  32 Atleo, E. Richard  8 Atton, Chris  26 Attwood, Tony  15,32 Audio Dictionary, The  19 Bacho, Peter  20 Backhouse, Constance  7 Backhouse, Nancy L.  7 Bad News from Israel  34 Baillargeon, Morgan  29 Balcomb, Kenneth C.  29 Baranek, Patricia M.  28 Barbed Wire  34 Barney, Darin  10 Bats of British Columbia  28 Beattie, Judith Hudson  30 Behrmann, Barbara L.  24 Being Chinese  30 Bell, Catherine  8 Beresford-Kroeger, Diana  33 Berlin, Isaiah  31 Berry, Mike  34 Best Democracy Money Can Buy, The  34 Between Justice and Certainty  9 Beyond the Reach of Time and Change  27 Biggs, Victoria  17 Bill Reid  28 Biotechnology Unglued  10 Birds of British Columbia, Volumes 1–4  2 Birds of Ontario: Habitat Requirements, Limiting Factors, and Status  2 Birds of the Yukon Territory  2, 28 Black, Martha  35 Blais, André  6 Blanket Weaving in the Southwest  30 Bogart, W.A.  9 Boswell, Sophie  33 Boushéy, Ann  32 Boyd, David R.  30 Brayshaw, Christopher T.  30 Bread of Salt and Other Stories, The  20 Breastfeeding Café, The  24 Brennan, Maeve  33 Brigham, R. Mark  28 British Columbia Place Names  28 38 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX Ghaziuddin, Mohammad  14 Gidengil, Elisabeth  6 Gleiser, Marcelo  21 Globalization and Well-Being  28 Global Corruption Report 2004  35 God and Caesar in China  31 Goddess, The  33 God Willing?  35 Going Critical  31 Going Down for Air  13 Gonzalez, N.V.M.  20 Good Government? Good Citizens?  9 Goodson, Larry P.  28 Gotanda, Philip Kan  20 Governing Ourselves?  8 Graham, Jr., Ambassador Thomas  3 Great Blue Heron  28 Growth Fetish  35 Gunter, Jr., Michael M.  34 Gustavus-Jones, Sarah  33 Gutenberg in Shanghai  8 Haida Monumental Art  28 Halifax Explosion and the Royal Canadian Navy, The  28 Halpin, Marjorie M.  30 Hamermesh, Mira  35 Hamilton, Clive  35 Hamrin, Carol Lee  31 Hanford Reach, The  30 Hanieh, Adam  35 Hanna, Darwin  29 Hansen, Mette Halskov  10 Hardy, Henry  31 Harpur, John  33 Harris, R. Cole  29 Harty, Siobhán  10 Harvey, Karen  25 Hau, Caroline S.  20 Hawkins, Gail  32 Hayward, Keith J.  11 Health Care and the Autism Spectrum  32 Hedlund, Ann Lane  30, 31 Heiress vs the Establishment, The  7 Helliwell, John F.  28 Helmick, Ray  35 Hénault, Isabelle  15 Henry, Marnie  29 Herman, Edward S.  12 Herman, Lloyd  36 Herman, Patrick  35 Hess, Stephen  31 Hessing, Melody  10 Hidden Agendas  29 Hinde, Robert  35 Hive of Dreams  34 Hoe, Ban Seng  31 Homeschooling the Child with Asperger Syndrome  32 Howard Zinn on Democratic Education  12 Howlett, Michael  10 How to Find Work that Works for People with AS  32 How to Live with Autism  32 Hubbs, Carl L.  33 Hughes, Nancy L.  2, 28 Humanitarianism, Identity, and Nation  9 Humphries, Reynold  32 Hunter, Andrew  36 Husain, Shahrukh  33 Idea of Pakistan, The  31 Illustrated Souls of Black Folk, The  13 Imaging the Arctic  29 Inada, Lawson Fusao  20 Intercultural Dispute Resolution in Aboriginal Contexts  8 Introducing the Dragonflies of British Columbia and the Yukon  35 Invisible Giant  35 In Defence of Multinational Citizenship  10 Iraqi Predicament, The  35 Islamic Political Thought  32 Ismael, Jacqueline S.  35 Israel / Palestine  35 Japanese Kite Prints  36 Jenkins, Clare  17 Jensen, Doreen  30 Jewish-American Literature since 1945  32 Johnon-Smith, Jan  34 Johnston, William  30 Jolly, Roslyn  36 Jones, Bill  25 Jordan, Pamela A.  9 Journey to the Ice Age  29 Jowett, Lorna  22 Kahane, David  8 Kapur, Ratna  11 Karb, Marvin  31 Kay, Adah  35 Keddie, Grant  36 Kellner, Douglas  13 Kemp, Daren  32 Kendall, Christopher N.  5 Kernerman, Gerald  9 Kershaw, Paul  10 Keshen, Jeffrey A.  30 Keyser, James D.  29 Kindropp, Jason  31 Killer Whales  29 King, J.C.H.  29 Kiss in History, The  25 Klassen, Michael A.  29 Klondike Stampede, The  29 Kluckner, Michael  1 Kneen, Brewster  35 Kornberg, Judith F.  10 Kramar, Kirsten Johnson  9 Kroeger, Christian H.  33 Kuper, Richard  35 Lagler, Karl F.  33 Lambert, Philip  30 Last Miles, The  24 Lawlor, Maria  33 Lawrence, Bonita  30 Lawren Stewart Harris  36 Law after Ground Zero  11 Law and Risk  9 Law Commission of Canada  8, 9 Laycock, David  8 Lee, Mary Paik  20 Lee, Richard E.  12 LeFanu, Sarah  22 Legends of Our Times  29 Lelooska  36 Leong, Russell Charles  20 Lester Young  24 Letters from Lexington  12 Letters from Windermere,1912–1914  29 Leventhal-Belfer, Laurie  32 Lidchi, Henrietta  29 Lifesaving Letters  36 Life Lived Like a Story  29 Limiting Arbitrary Power  8 Lindsay, James M.  31 Lindsay, Maurice  26 Link, Russell  36 Living with Earthquakes in the Pacific Northwest 34 Living with Wildlife in the Pacific Northwest  36 Longitude and Empire  10 Looking Forward, Glancing Back  36 Louie, Gary J.  19 Louie, Louie  33 Lovecky, Deirdre V.  32 Lyson, Thomas A.  34 MacDonald, George F.  28,29 Macedo, Donaldo  12 MacKenzie, Chris  10 Maclachlan, Morag  28 Macnair, Peter L.  35 Magic Leaves, The  35 Mailboxes  27 Making Native Space  29 Manfredi, Christopher P.  8 Marable, Manning  13 Marie, Suzan  31 Marsh, Dave  33 Marston, Gwen  33 Mary Schafer, American Quilt Maker  33 Masculinities without Men?  29 Mauldin, Barbara  36 Maxwell, Robyn  36 Maynard, Margaret  33 May the Best Team Win  31 McAllister, Mary Louise  8 McCarthy, Patrick  34 McGhee, Robert  28 McHutchison, Meg  28 McLean, Scott  9 McLyman, Linda  23 Media and the War on Terrorism, The  31 Media Spectacle and the Crisis of Democracy 13 Mehta, Michael D.  10 Meligrana, John  8 Mental Health Aspects of Autism and Asperger Syndrome  14 Menzies, Robert  11 Merry, Judy  17 Miljan, Lydia  29 Miller, David  18,33,35 Miyamoto, S. 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