UBC Press

UBC Press Catalogue, Fall 2012 UBC Press May 1, 2012

Your browser doesn't seem to have a PDF viewer, please download the PDF to view this item.

Item Metadata

Download

Media
641-2012 Fall Scholarly CAD web_corrected_June8.pdf [ 4.95MB ]
Metadata
JSON: 641-1.0102646.json
JSON-LD: 641-1.0102646-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): 641-1.0102646-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: 641-1.0102646-rdf.json
Turtle: 641-1.0102646-turtle.txt
N-Triples: 641-1.0102646-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: 641-1.0102646-source.json
Full Text
641-1.0102646-fulltext.txt
Citation
641-1.0102646.ris

Full Text

UBC Press acknowledges the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund; the Canada Council for the Arts; the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences through the Aid to Scholarly Publications Program; and the Province of British Columbia through the British Columbia Arts Council.Law 1Aboriginal Studies 6 Environmental History 10Resource Management 11Environmental Studies 12Political Science 13Political Philosophy 16Globalization 18Animal Rights 18Asian Studies 18Media/Communication Studies 19Military History 20Labour History 21Labour Studies 22History 22Health 24Rural Studies 25Geography 25Planning 26Architectural History 26Canadian Studies 26Research Methodology 27Sociology / Women?s Studies 27Child, Youth, and Family Studies 28Technology 29Recent Paperback Releases 30Index of Author Names 31Ordering Information 32Cover image credit: Chief Piapot (second from right) and his men, with Lt. Gov. Edgar Dewdney (far left) and troops drawn up,  1885 | Saskatchewan Archives Board,  R-B741aBy SuBjecttable of contentsBy title (in alphaBetical order)Aboriginal Justice and the Charter 2Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands  in Canada 7Aboriginal Peoples and Sport  in Canada 8Academic Careers and the  Gender Gap 27Action and Reaction in the  World System  14Against Orthodoxy 17Alternative Media in Canada 19Animal Sensibility and Inclusive  Justice in the Age of Bernard Shaw 18Architecture and the Canadian Fabric 26Becoming Multicultural 15Being Relational 6Blue-Green Province 13Boundless Optimism 22Brokering Access 4Canada's Road to the Pacific War 20The Canadian Election Studies 15Canadian Liberalism and the  Politics of Border Control, 1867-1967 14Canadian Yearbook of International  Law, Vol. 48, 2010 5Canadian Yearbook of International  Law, Vol. 49, 2011 5Chasing the Dragon in Shanghai 23Child and Youth Care 28City of Order 5Cold War Fighters 21Conflict in Caledonia 3Constituency Influence in Parliament 16Creative Subversions 26The End of Children? 29Elusive Destiny 24Epidemic Encounters 24An Environmental History of Canada 10The Environmental Rights Revolution 1An Ethic of Mutual Respect 8Father Involvement in Canada 28Feminist Community Research 27Forest Economics 11Fractured Homeland 8Ghost Dancing with Colonialism 3Give Me Shelter 21Health and Sustainability in the  Canadian Food System 12Health in Rural Canada 25Human Rights 1Hunger, Horses, and Government Men 2Identity Politics in the Public Realm 16Imperfect Democracies 13International Trade Law and  Domestic Policy 4Intoxicating Manchuria 19Investing in Place 25Islam in the Hinterlands 27Jewels of the Qila 23Kwakwaka'wakw Settlements,  1775-1920 9Labour Goes to War 21Living Indigenous Leadership 7Making Meaning Out of Mountains 13The Media Gaze 20Merry Laughter and Angry Curses 19Milestones on a Golden Road 18Modern Warfare 4The Nature of Borders 12Offshore Petroleum Politics 12People of the Middle Fraser Canyon 9The Perils of Identity 17Pineros 22Policies for Sustainably Managing Canada?s Forests 11Political Marketing in Canada 15Principles of Tsawalk 10Prophetic Identities 9Public Engagement and Emerging Technologies 29Reasonable Accommodation 3Rediscovering Thomas Adams 26Reimagining Intervention in  Young Lives 28Rethinking the Great White North 10The Right to a Healthy Environment 1Rooted Cosmopolitanism 16A Sisterhood of Suffering and Service 20Social Transformation in  Rural Canada 25So Near Yet So Far 14Standing Up with Ga'axsta'las 6Still Dying for a Living 2Temagami's Tangled Wild 11Try to Control Yourself 24Two Mediterranean Worlds 18Voluntary Sector Organizations  and the State 17Where Happiness Dwells 7With Friends Like These 23A Wilder West 22order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     1 LaW / enVironmentLaW / enVironmentLaW / enVironment  the  right to a healthy environment  Revitalizing Canada's Constitution  david r. Boyd  Canada has abu ndant nat u ral wealt h , b eaut i -f u l land s cape s , vast for e s t s , and t ho u sand s of rivers and lakes. The land defi nes Canadians as a pe opl e , ye t t he c o u nt r y has one of t he i ndu s -t r ial iz e d worl d?s wor s t e nv i r on m e ntal r e c or d s . B u i l d i n g on h i s pr e v io u s b o ok,  The Environmental Rights Revolution ( 2 01 2), Dav id R . B o y d de s c r i b e s how r e c o g n i z i n g t he c on s t it ut ional r ig ht to a healt hy e nv i r on m e nt c o u l d have a t ransfor ma-t iv e i mpac t b y e mp ower i ng c it i z e n s , hol d i n g go v e r n m e nt s and i ndu s t r y acc ou ntable , and i mpr o v i n g Canada?s g r e e n r e c or d . T h i s i mp or tant and pr o v o cat iv e b o ok pr o v id e s a r oad map to pr o -t e c t hu man healt h , t he wel l- b e i n g of t he plane t , and t he i nt e r e s t s of f ut u r e ge ne rat ion s .  DAVID R. BOYD i s an e nv i r on m e ntal lawyer and adju nc t pr ofe s s or at Si mon F rase r Un i v e r s it y. H i s pr e v io u s b o oks i nc lu d e  The Environmental Rights Revolution and  Unnatural Law: Rethinking Canadian Environmental Law and Policy.  neW reLeaSe  Aug u s t 2 01 2 ,  2 5 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 3 maps , 12 table s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 41 2- 5   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 414 - 9   Librar y E - b o ok   Environmental Law ,  Constitutional Law ,  Law & Politics ,  Canadian Courts & Constitution ,  Environmental Politics  Law and Society Series  T he r ig ht to a healt hy e nv i r on m e nt has b e e n t he s u b j e c t of exte n s i v e ph i l o s o ph ical de bate s t hat r e v ol v e arou nd t he q ue s t ion : S ho u l d r ig ht s to c l ean air, water, and s oi l b e e nt r e nc h e d i n law? Dav id B o y d answer s t h i s b y mo v i n g b e y on d t he or e t ical de bate s to measu r e t he prac t ical ef fe c t s of e n s h r i n i n g t he r ig ht i n c on s t it ut ion s . H i s pione e r i n g analy si s of 19 3 c on s t it ut ion s and t he laws and c ou r t de c i s ion s of mor e t han 10 0 nat ion s i n E u r o p e , Lati n A me r ica, A sia, and A f r ica r e v eal s a po sit i v e c or r e lat ion b e twee n c on s t it ut ional pr o t e c t ion and s t r on ge r e nv i r on -m e ntal laws, smal le r e c ol o g ical fo o t pr i nt s , s up e -r ior e nv i r on m e ntal p e r for manc e , and i mpr o v e d q ual it y of l i fe .  DAVID R. BOYD i s an e nv i r on m e ntal lawyer and adju nc t pr ofe s s or at Si mon F rase r Un i v e r s it y.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Fe br uar y 201 2 ,  4 6 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 3 maps , 10 c har t s , 2 2 table s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -216 0 - 5   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2161-2   P B $ 3 4 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -216 2- 9   Librar y E - b o ok   Environmental Law ,  Environmental Policy ,  Constitutional Law  Law and Society Series  I nte r nat ional law evol v e d to pr o t e c t hu man r ig ht s . B ut what are hu man r ig ht s? D o e s t he te r m have t he same mean i ng i n a worl d b e i ng t rans -for m e d b y c l i mate c hange and g l o bal iz e d t rade? Are existing laws suffi cient to ensure humanity?s s u r v i val? We s t ra arg ue s t hat i nte r nat ional law pr iv i l e ge s i nd i v idual ov e r c ol l e c t i v e r ig ht s , p e r -m it t i n g mu lt i nat ional cor p orat ion s to o v e rl o ok t he c ol l e c t i v e and t he e nv i r on m e nt i n t he i r q ue s t for wealth. Unless policy makers redefi ne human r ig ht s and r efor mu late e nv i r on m e ntal law to pr o -t e c t t he pr e c on d it ion s for l i fe it s e l f ? water, fo o d , c l ean air, and bio d i v e r s it y ? hu mankind face s t he c ompl e t e l o s s of t he e c ol o g ical c om m on s , one of ou r mo s t basic hu man r ig ht s .  LAURA WESTRA hol d s do c t orate s i n b o t h ph i l o s o phy and ju r i s pr u d e nc e and has taug ht in the fi elds of philosophy, ethics, and environ-m e ntal law at se v e ral US , Canadian, and Ital ian u n iv e r s it ie s .  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  3 9 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2117- 9   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2118 - 6   P B $ 3 4 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2119 - 3   Librar y E - b o ok  Environmental Law ,  Environmental Advocacy & Activism ,  Human Rights   the  environmental rights revolution  A Global Study of Constitutions, Human Rights, and the Environment  david r. Boyd  human rights  The Commons and the Collective  laura Westra 2      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caLaW / aBoriginaL StUdieSLaW / aBoriginaL StUdieSLaW / CriminoLogYAboriginal Justice and the Charter explor e s t he te n s ion b e twee n A b or ig i nal ju s t ic e me t ho d s and t he Canadian C har te r of R ig ht s and F r e e d om s , s e eking prac t ical ways to i mpl e m e nt A b or ig i nal ju s t ic e . Dav id M i lward exami ne s n i ne l e gal r ig ht s g uarante e d b y t he C har te r and u nd e r takes a t hor o u g h s ear c h for i nt e r pr e tat ion s s e n s it i v e to A b or ig i nal c u lt u r e . Muc h of t he pr e v io u s l it e rat u r e i n t h i s area has dealt wit h c on s t r ic t e d and ideal iz e d no t ion s of what A b or ig i nal ju s t ic e m ig ht b e . T h i s b o ok st r ike s out i nt o new te r r i -tory, grappling with the diffi cult questions of h ow A b or ig i nal ju s t ic e s y s t e m s can b e fair to t he i r c on s t it u e nt s whi l e al s o c ompl y i n g wit h t he pr o t e c t ion s g uarante e d b y t he C har te r.  DAVID MILWARD i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or of law at t he Un i v e r s it y of Man ito ba.  neW reLeaSe  No v e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  31 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 5 6 - 9   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 5 8 - 3   Librar y E - b o ok   Law ,  Aboriginal Studies ,  Constitutional Law  Law and Society Series  aboriginal justice and the charter Realizing a Culturally Sensitive Interpretation of Legal Rights david M ilward  S c holar s of t e n acc e p t wit ho ut q ue s t ion t hat t he Indian Act (18 76 ) c r i m i nal iz e d F i r s t Nat ion s . Drawing on court fi les, police and peniten-t iar y r e c or d s , and newspape r acc ou nt s f r om t he Saskatc hewan r e g ion of t he Nor t h -We s t Te r r it or ie s b e twee n 18 7 0 and 190 5 , S he l l e y Gav igan arg ue s t hat t he no t ion of c r i m i nal-i zat ion capt u r e s ne it h e r t he c ompl exit ie s of A b or ig i nal par t ic ipat ion i n t he c r i m i nal c ou r t s nor the signifi cance of the  Indian Act as a for m of law. T h i s i l lu m i nat i ng b o ok paint s a v iv id p or t rait of A b or ig i nal defe n dant s , wit ne s s e s , and i n for -mant s whos e e nc o u nt e r s wit h t he c r i m i nal law and t he  Indian Act i nc lu d e d b o t h t he me d iat ion and t he e n for c e m e nt of r e lat ion s of i ne q ual it y.  SHELLEY A.M. GAVIGAN i s a pr ofe s s or of law at O sgo o d e Hal l Law Sc ho ol and a me mb e r of t he g raduate fac u lt ie s i n law, so c io - l e gal s t u d ie s , and wome n?s s t u d ie s at York Un iv e r s it y.  neW reLeaSe  O c to b e r 2 01 2 ,  3 2 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 19 b&w pho t o s , 2 maps , 3 table s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 5 2-7   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 5 4 -1   Librar y E - b o ok   Law ,  Aboriginal Studies, Criminology ,  Legal History ,  Law & Society  Law and Society Series P u bl i s h e d b y U B C P r e s s for t he O sgo o d e S o c ie t y for Canadian Legal H i s t or y hunger, horses, and Government Men  Criminal Law on the Aboriginal Plains, 1870-1905 Shelley a.M . Gavi gan  I n 19 9 2 , a pr e v e ntable explo s ion at t he We s t ray M i ne i n Ply m o ut h , No va S c o t ia, kil l e d twent y- s ix m i ne r s . M or e t han a de cade late r, t he go v e r n -m e nt e nac te d B i l l C - 4 5 , c om m on l y known as t he We s t ray bi l l , to hol d or gan izat ion s c r i m i nal ly l iable for s e r io u s l y i nj u r i n g and ki l l i ng work-e r s and t he pu bl ic . I n  Still Dying for a Living, S te v e n B it t l e t u r n s a c r it ical e y e on t he We s t ray bi l l , r e v eal i ng how legal , e c onom ic , and c u lt u ral d i s c o u r s e s s u r r o u n d i n g t he bi l l downplaye d t he s e r io u s ne s s of workplace i nj u r y and deat h , ef fe c t i v e l y c harac te r i z i n g t he s e c r i m e s as r e g r e t-table but large l y u navoidable acc id e nt s and i n t he pr o c e s s o b s c u r i n g t he i r u nd e rl y i n g caus e s .  STEVEN BITTLE i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of C r i m i no l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of O t tawa.  neW reLeaSe  O c to b e r 2 01 2 ,  2 2 4 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 5 9 - 3   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 61- 6   Librar y E - b o ok  Law ,  Criminology ,  Corporate Law ,  Law & Society ,  Socio-legal Studies ,  Canadian Federal Politics  Law and Society Series  Still dying for a living  Corporate Criminal Liability after the Westray Mine Disaster Steven Bittle order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     3 LaW / reLigionLaW / aBoriginaL StUdieSLaW / aBoriginaL StUdieS Of te n whe n a r e l ig io u s m i nor it y c hal le nge s main s t r eam c u s t om s , t he ph rase ?r easonable acc om m o dat ion? i s at t he c e nt r e of t he e n s u i n g de bate . B ut do e s r easonable acc om m o dat ion ac h ie v e it s goal of i nt e g rat i ng t he r ig ht s of r e l ig io u s m i nor it ie s wit h t ho s e of main s t r eam s o c ie t y or do e s it r eal ly e mphasiz e i ne q ual it y?  Reasonable Accommodation seeks to defi ne t h e mean i ng of t h i s ph rase and to pr o v id e a muc h ne e d e d c r it ical asse s s m e nt of it s u s e wit h i n Canada and abr oad . Wo v e n t h r o u g h o ut i s c om m e ntar y about whe t he r t he r e r eal ly i s a r e l ig io u s major it y i n Canada, how t he idea of ?s har e d value s ? o b s c u r e s de bate , and how si mpl y tol e rat i ng r e l ig io u s d i f fe r e nc e s i s n? t e no u g h to g uarante e e q ual it y.  LORI G. BEAMAN i s Canada R e s ear c h C hair i n t he C ont ext ual izat ion of R e l ig ion i n a D iv e r s e Canada, d i r e c t or of T he R e l ig ion and D iv e r s it y P r o j e c t , and pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of C lassic s and R e l ig io u s S t u d ie s at t he Un i v e r s it y of O t tawa.     neW reLeaSe  S e p t e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  192 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 6 5 -7   H C $  8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 7 7- 0   Librar y E - b o ok    Law & Religion ,  Law & Society ,  Sociology  reasonable accommodation  Managing Religious Diversity  edited by  lori G . Beaman  S ome ass u me t hat Canada ear ne d a place among p o s t c o l on ial s tate s i n 198 2 whe n it to ok c harge of it s C on s t it ut ion . Ye t de s pit e t he for mal r e c o g n it ion acc or d e d to A b or ig i nal and t r eat y r ig ht s at t hat t i me , I nd ige no u s p e o pl e s c ont i nu e to arg ue t hat t he y are s t i l l b e i ng c ol on i z e d . Grace Wo o ass e s s e s t h i s al le gat ion u s i ng a bi nar y mo d e l t hat d i s t i n g u i s h e s c ol o -n ial f r om p o s t c o l on ial le gal it y. S he arg ue s t hat two le gal paradig m s go v e r ne d t he expansion of t he B r it i s h E mpi r e , one base d on p op u lar c on s e nt , t he o t he r on c on q u e s t and t he p ower to c om mand .  Ghost Dancing with Colonialism cast s explanator y l ig ht on ongoi n g te n s ion s b e twee n Canada and I nd ige no u s p e o pl e s .  GRACE LI XIU WOO i s a r e t i r e d me m b e r of t he Law So c ie t y of B r it i s h C olu m bia. She has taug ht i n t he P r o g ram of Legal S t u d ie s for Nat iv e P e o pl e at t he Un i v e r s it y of Saskatc hewan.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Fe br uar y 201 2 ,  3 6 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 6 b &w pho t o s , 3 c har t s , 6 table s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -18 8 7-2   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -18 8 8 - 9   P B $ 3 4 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -18 8 9 - 6   Librar y E - b o ok   Law ,  Aboriginal Studies ,  Political Science  Law and Society Series  Ghost dancing with colonialism  Decolonization and Indigenous Rights at the Supreme Court of Canada  G race li X i u Woo  I n Fe br uar y 20 0 6 , F i r s t Nat ion s pr o t e s t e r s bl o cked worker s f r om e nt e r i n g a hou s i n g de v e l o pm e nt i n s o ut h e r n O ntar io . T he pr o t e s t h ig h l ig ht e d t he i s s u e of land r ig ht s and sparked a se r ie s of ongoi n g e v e nt s known as t he ? Cale don ia C r i s i s .? T h i s p ower f u l acc ou nt of t he d i s p ut e links the actions of police, offi cials, and locals to non - A b or ig i nal d i s c o u r s e s about law, land s cape , and ide nt it y. D eVr ie s e nc o u rage s non - A b or ig i nal Canadians to r e c on s id e r t he i r ass u mp t ion s , to v iew ?fac t s? s uc h as t he r u l e of law as c u lt u ral ly specifi c notions that prevent truly equitable dia-l o g u e . S he s e eks out p o s s i bl e s olut ion s i n alte r na-t iv e c onc e p t ual izat ion s of s o v e r e ig nt y o v e r land and law emb e d d e d i n t he C on s t it ut ion .  LAURA DeVRIES i s c u r r e nt l y s t u dy i n g law at t he Un i v e r s it y of B r it i s h C olu m bia.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  26 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -218 4 -1   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -218 5 - 8   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -218 6 - 5   Librar y E - b o ok  Law ,  Aboriginal Studies ,  Canadian Politics & Policy ,  Law & Society ,  Canadian Aboriginal Political Science  Law and Society Series   Confl ict in Caledonia  Aboriginal Land Rights and the Rule of Law  laura deVries 4      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.cainternationaL LaWinternationaL LaWLaW / PoLitiCaL SCienCe T he face of mo d e r n warfare i s c hang i ng as mor e and mor e hu man itar ian or gan izat ion s , pr i vate m i l itar y c ompan ie s , and non - s tate ar me d g r o up s e nt e r c ompl ex se c u r it y e nv i r on m e nt s s uc h as I raq, A fg han i s tan, and Hait i . A lt ho u g h t h i s s h i f t has b e e n o v e r s hadowed b y le gal i s s u e s c on ne c t e d to t he War on Te r r or and i nt e r v e nt ion i n c o u n -t r ie s s uc h as Rwanda and S udan, it has caus e d s ome to q ue s t ion t he r e l e vanc e of t he laws of war. Modern Warfare explor e s t he law?s fai lu r e  and p o te nt ial  to e n s u r e c ompl ianc e i n t he c ont ext of a c hang i ng m i l itar y land s cape ; b y doi ng s o , it op e n s a pat h to pr e v e nt i n g f u r t h e r u n ne c e s sar y s u f fe r i n g and v iol e nc e . BENJAMIN PERRIN i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or i n t he Fac u lt y of Law at t he Un i v e r s it y of B r it i s h C olu m bia.  reCentLY reLeaSed May 201 2 , 42 0 page s , 6 x 9 "6 b&w figures 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 3 2- 9  H C $ 9 5 . 0 0 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 3 4 - 3  Librar y E - b o ok International Law, Political Science, Foreign Policy, Security Studies  Modern Warfare  Armed Groups, Private Militaries, Humanitarian Organizations, and the Law  edited by  Benjamin perr in  C r it ic s of t he Worl d T rade O r gan izat ion arg ue t hat it s bi nd i n g d i s p ut e s e t t l e m e nt pr o c e s s i mp o s e s a ne ol i b e ral age nda on me m b e r s tate s . I f t h i s i s t he case , why wou l d any nat ion ag r e e to par t ic ipate? Jacq ue l i ne Kr ikor ian explor e s t h i s q ue s t ion b y exami n i ng t he i mpac t of t he W T O ?s d i s p ut e s e t t l e m e nt me c han i sm on dome s t ic p ol ic ie s i n t he Un it e d S tate s and Canada. She demonstrates that the WTO?s ability to infl uence d om e s t ic ar range me nt s has b e e n c on s t raine d b y t h r e e fac tor s : j u d ic ial defe r e nc e , i n s t it ut ional ar range me nt s , and s t rateg ic de c i s ion making b y p ol it ical e l it e s i n O t tawa and Wash i ng t on .  JACQUELINE D. KRIKORIAN i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of P ol it ical S c ie nc e and i n t he Law and S o c ie t y pr o g ram at York Un iv e r s it y. S he i s a sp e c ial i s t i n go v e r n m e nt and pu bl ic law.  reCentLY reLeaSed  May 201 2 ,  3 2 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 0 6 -7   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 0 8 -1   Librar y E - b o ok   International Law, Political Science ,  Globalization  Law and Society Series  international trade law and domestic policy  Canada, the United States, and the WTO jacq ueline d. Kr i korian  A c c e s s to i n for mat ion ( A T I ) i s wide ly r e gar de d as a f u ndame ntal de mo c rat ic r ig ht . Ye t i n Canada t he r e s t i l l exis t s a st r u g g l e b e twee n t he pu bl ic ?s q ue s t for acc ou ntabi l it y and ou r go v e r n m e nt ?s c u lt u r e of s e c r e c y. D rawing to ge t h e r t he p e r s p e c -t i v e s of s o c ial s c ie nt i s t s , j o u r nal i s t s , and A T I advo cate s ,  Brokering Access explor e s t he p ol ic ie s and prac t ic e s s u r r o u n d i n g acc e s s to i n for ma-t ion at t he fe d e ral , pr o v i nc ial , and mu n ic ipal levels. This groundbreaking volume is the fi rst of it s kind to pr om o t e t he id ea t hat A T I s ho u l d b e u s e d as a c r it ical r e s ear c h s t rateg y. It i s a v ital r e s o u r c e for s c holar s , p ol ic y maker s , j o u r nal i s t s , and anyone who i s c onc e r ne d about acc e s s to i n for mat ion and it s ef fe c t on al l Canadians .  MIKE LARSEN i s an i n s t r u c t or i n t he C r i m i no l o g y D e par t me nt of Kwant le n P ol y t e c h n ic Un i v e r s it y.  KEVIN WALBY i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or of s o c io l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of V ic t or ia.    neW reLeaSe  S e p t e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  4 0 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 2 2-7   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0    9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 2 4 -1   Librar y E - b o ok   Law & Society ,  Political Science, Canadian Government ,  Sociology  Brokering access  Power, Politics, and Freedom of Information Process in Canada  edited by  M i ke larsen and  Kevin Walby order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     5 LaW / HiStorYinternationaL LaWinternationaL LaW Interwar Halifax was a city in fl ux, a place wher e c it i z e n s de bate d adop t i n g new ideas and te c h no l o g ie s but ag r e e d on one t h i ng :  mo d e r n it y was cor r up t i n g pu bl ic moral it y and u n l eash i ng u nt ol d s o c ial pr o bl e m s on t he i r fair c it y. To c r eate a bu lwark again s t f u r t h e r s o c ial d i s l o cat ion , c it i -zens, policy makers, and offi cials modernized the c it y ?s mac h i ne r y of or d e r ? c o u r t s , pr i s on s , and t he p ol ic e for c e ? and place d g r eate r e mphasi s on c r i m e c ont r o l . T he s e to u g h - on - c r i m e measu r e s , B o u d r eau arg ue s , d id no t r e s ol v e pr o bl e m s but rat he r si ng l e d out e t h n ic m i nor it ie s , working-c lass me n , and fe male and juv e n i l e of fe n d e r s as problem fi gures in the eternal quest for order.  MICHAEL BOUDREAU i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of C r i m i no l o g y and C r i m i nal Ju s t ic e at S t . T homas Un iv e r s it y.  reCentLY reLeaSed  May 201 2 ,  3 5 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 0 4 - 6   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 0 6 - 0   Librar y E - b o ok   Canadian Legal History ,  Socio-legal Studies ,  Criminology  Law and Society Series  city of order  Crime and Society in Halifax, 1918-35  M i c hael Boudreau  T he c ont e nt s of t he  Yearbook reflect the diversity of Canadian and i nte r nat ional t ho u g ht , opi n ion , and prac t ic e on c u r r e nt pr o bl e m s of i nt e r nat ion -al law. I nc lu d e d t h i s year are c ut t i n g- e d ge analy-s e s on s uc h var ie d topic s as t he pl ea of s up e r ior or d e r s i n i nt e r nat ional c r i m i nal law; i nte rac t ion of t he e c onom ic and e nv i r on m e ntal d i me n s ion s of t he pr i nc ipl e of s u s tainable de v e l o pm e nt ; and le gal d i me n s ion s of Canada?s d i s p ut e wit h t he E u r o p ean Un ion o v e r i nt e r nat ional t rade i n s eal pr o du c t s . Eac h volu m e i nc lu d e s a no te s and c om -m e nt s s e c t ion ; a d ige s t of i nt e r nat ional e c onom ic law; a se c t ion on c u r r e nt Canadian prac t ic e i n i nt e r nat ional law; a d ige s t of i mp or tant Canadian case s; and b o ok r e v iews.  JOHN H. CURRIE , Fac u lt y of Law, Un iv e r s it y of O t tawa, is e d it or - i n - c h ie f, and  REN? PROVOST ,Fac u lt y of Law, Mc Gi l l Un i v e r s it y, i s ass o c iate e d it or.  reCentLY reLeaSed  Fe br uar y 201 2 ,  6 4 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 0 3 - 6   H C $ 17 5 . 0 0    9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 0 4 - 3   Librar y E - B o ok   International Law ,  Reference  Canadian Yearbook of International Law  canadian yearbook of international law, Vol. 48 , 20 1 0  edited by  john h. cur r ie and  ren? provost  The contents of this volume refl ect the diversity of Canadian and i nte r nat ional t ho u g ht , opi n ion , and prac t ic e on c u r r e nt pr o bl e m s of i nt e r na-t ional law. I nc lu d e d are c ut t i n g- e d ge analy-s e s and c om m e ntar y on s uc h var ie d topic s as Canadian m i n i n g prac t ic e s abr oad i n l ig ht of t he UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights , t he r ol e of t he I nt e r nat ional Labou r O r gan i sat ion i n advanc i ng t he r ig ht s of i nd ig-e no u s p e o pl e s , t he m e s e me r g i n g f r om t he r e c e nt b o u ndar y ju r i s pr u d e nc e of t he I nt e r nat ional C ou r t of Ju s t ic e , t he i mpac t of t he Lisb on T r eat y on t he E u r o p ean Un ion , and t he s tat u s of ani mal welfar e i n i nt e r nat ional law.  JOHN H. CURRIE , Fac u lt y of Law, Un iv e r s it y of O t tawa, is e d it or - i n - c h ie f, and  REN? PROVOST ,Fac u lt y of Law, Mc Gi l l Un i v e r s it y, i s ass o c iate e d it or.  neW reLeaSe  D e c e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  6 4 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 5 01- 6   H C  $17 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 5 0 2- 3   Librar y E - B o ok  International Law ,  Reference  Canadian Yearbook of International Law  canadian yearbook of international law, Vol. 49 , 20 1 1  edited by  john h. cur r ie and  ren? provost 6      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caaBoriginaL StUdieSLaW / SeXUaLitYLaW / HeaLtHStanding Up with Ga?axsta?las te l l s t he r e mark-able s tor y of Jane C on s tanc e C o ok (18 7 0 -19 51), a cont r o v e r s ial Kwakw aka?wakw leade r and ac t iv i s t who l iv e d du r i n g a pe r io d of e nor m o u s c ol on ial upheaval . Working c ol laborat iv e l y, R o b e r t s on and C o ok?s de s c e n dant s d raw on oral h i s t or ie s and text ual r e c or d s to c r eate a nuanc e d p or t rait of a h ig h -ranked woman, c u lt u ral me d iator, de v o ut C h r i s t ian, and abor ig i nal r ig ht s ac t iv i s t who c r it ic i z e d p o t latc h prac t ic e s for s u r pr i s i n g r eason s . T h i s p ower f u l me d itat ion on me mor y and c u lt u ral r e newal do c u m e nt s how the Kwagu?? Gixsa m have r e v i v e d t he i r l ong-d or mant c lan i n t he hop e s of for g i n g a po sit i v e c u lt u ral ide nt it y for f ut u r e ge ne rat ion s t h r o u g h feast i ng and p o t latc h i ng .  LESLIE A. ROBERTSON teac he s i n ant h r o p o l o g y and the Institute for Gender, Race and Social Ju s t ic e at t he Un i v e r s it y of B r it i s h C olu m bia.  neW reLeaSe  O c to b e r 2 01 2 ,  51 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 8 4 - 5   H C $  12 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 8 6 - 9   Librar y E - b o ok    Aboriginal Studies ,  History ,  Anthropological Theory & Methods  Standing up with G a'ax sta'las  Jane Constance Cook and the Politics of Memory, Church, and Custom leslie a. robertson  with the Kwagu?? Gi xsa m clan W he n l e gal s c holar s or ju d ge s appr oac h t he s u b -j e c t of s exual it y, t he y are of t e n c on s t raine d b y exis t i ng t he or e t ical f rameworks. Q ue e r t he or i s t s t y pical ly fo c u s on s exual l i b e r t y but te nd no t to c on s id e r i s s u e s s uc h as sexual v iol e nc e ; fe m i n i s t t he or ie s fo c u s on v iol e nc e but of t e n ig nor e t he joy of sexuality. Craig examines the Supreme C o u r t of Canada?s appr oac h to s exual it y to ass e s s t he p o s s i bi l it y of de v i s i n g a legal t he or y of s exu-al it y t hat can e mbrace b o t h t he go o d and t he bad, e n s u r i n g e q ual it y wit ho ut assi m i lat ion , d iv e r s it y wit ho ut exc lu s ion , and l i b e r t y wit ho ut s u f fe r i n g . B l e nd i n g fe m i n i s t t he or y wit h q ue e r t he or y, s he advanc e s an ic ono c last ic appr oac h to law and s exual it y t hat has t he p ower to t ransfor m b o t h t he or y and prac t ic e .  ELAINE CRAIG i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or i n the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie Un i v e r s it y.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  2 2 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -218 0 - 3   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2181- 0   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -218 2-7   Librar y E - b o ok   Gender & Sexuality ,  Feminism & Gender Studies in Law ,  Law & Society  Law and Society Series   troubling Sex  Towards a Legal Theory of Sexual Integrity  elaine craig  I n r e lat ional t he or y, t he s e l f i s s e e n as f u nda-me ntal ly c on s t it ut e d i n te r m s of it s r e lat ion s to o t he r s : it no t on l y l iv e s i n r e lat ion s h ip wit h and to o t he r s , but al s o owes it s ve r y exis te nc e to s uc h r e lat ion s h ip s .  Being Relational explor e s c or e moral and me taphy s ical c onc e p t s t h r o u g h a r e la-t ional-t he or y l e n s , and analy z e s how suc h c on s id -e rat ion s m ig ht apply to mor e prac t ical areas of c onc e r n i n healt h law and p ol ic y. I n no vat iv e and self-refl exive, this groundbreaking collection wil l app eal to a br oad range of t h i nker s , e s p e -c ial ly t ho s e who s e ek to u nd e r s tand t he c ompl ex ways i n whic h p ower i s c r eate d and s u s taine d r e lat ional ly.  JOCELYN DOWNIE i s a pr ofe s s or of law and me d i -c i ne and a Canada R e s ear c h C hair i n Healt h Law and Policy at Dalhousie University. She is a mem-ber of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and the Royal Society of Canada.  JENNIFER J. LLEWELLYN i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or of law at Dalhousie University and director of the Nova Scotia Restorative Justice Community University R e s ear c h A l l ianc e .  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  3 5 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -218 8 - 9   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -218 9 - 6   P B $ 3 4 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -219 0 -2   Librar y E - b o ok   Law, Health Studies  Law and Society Series  Being relational  Reflections on Relational Theory and Health Law  edited by  jocelyn downie and  jennifer j. llewellyn order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     7 SCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYaBoriginaL StUdieSaBoriginaL StUdieSaBoriginaL StUdieS I nd ige no u s s c holar s s t r i v e to pr o du c e r e s ear c h to i mpr o v e Nat iv e c om mu n it ie s i n mean i ng f u l ways . T he y al s o r e c o g n i z e t hat long- last i ng c hange de p e n d s on ef fe c t i v e l eade r s h ip . T h i s c ol l e c t ion s howcase s i n no vat iv e r e s ear c h and leade r s h ip prac t ic e s f r om d iv e r s e nat ion s and t r i b e s i n Canada, t he Un it e d S tate s , and New Z ealand . T he c ont r i b ut or s u s e s tor y t e l l i n g to h ig h l ig ht t he d i s t i nc t i v e nat u r e of i nd ige no u s leadership, which fi nds its most powerful expr e s s ion i n e m b o d ie d c onc e p t s s uc h as land , s tor y, anc e s t or s , and e l d e r s . T he s e v i brant nar rat iv e s g iv e a voic e to t he wive s , mo t he r s , and g rand mo t h e r s who are u si ng t he i r knowle dge to me nd hear t s and m i nd s and to bu i l d s t r on g c om mu n it ie s .  CAROLYN KENNY i s a pr ofe s s or of hu man de v e l o pm e nt and i nd ige no u s s t u d ie s at A nt io c h Un i v e r s it y.  TINA NGAROIMATA FRASER , a Maor i s c holar, i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or i n t he S c ho o l of E du cat ion at t he Un i v e r s it y of Nor t h e r n B r it i s h C olu m bia, wher e s he al s o teac he s i n t he S c ho o l of Nu r s i n g and F i r s t Nat ion s S t u d ie s pr o g ram .    neW reLeaSe  No v e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  2 8 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 4 6 - 3   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 4 8 -7   Librar y E - b o ok   Aboriginal Studies ,  Leadership Studies ,  Women's Studies ,  Aboriginal Health, Political Science, Public Policy & Administration   living indigenous leadership  Native Narratives on Building Strong Communities  edited by  carolyn Kenny and  tina ngaroimata Fraser  A b or ig i nal p e o pl e i n Canada have long s t r u g g l e d to r e gain c ont r o l o v e r t he i r t rad it ional for e s t land s .  Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada br i ng s to ge t h e r t he d iv e r s e p e r s p e c t i v e s of A b or ig i nal s and non - A b or ig i nal s to add r e s s t he p ol it ical , c u lt u ral , e nv i r on m e ntal , and e c onom ic i mpl icat ion s of for e s t u s e . T he b o ok d i s c u s s e s t he ne e d for pr ofe s s ional s working i n for e s t r y and c on s e r vat ion to u nd e r s tand t he c ont ext of A b or ig i nal par t ic ipat ion i n r e s o u r c e manage me nt . It al s o add r e s s e s t he i mp or tanc e of r e s ear c h i ng t rad it ional knowle dge and t rad i-t ional land u s e and exami ne s t he de v e l o pm e nt of c o -manage me nt i n it iat iv e s and joi nt ve nt u r e s b e twee n go v e r n m e nt , for e s t r y c ompan ie s , and A b or ig i nal c om mu n it ie s .  D.B. TINDALL i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of For e s t R e s o u r c e s Manage me nt , and i n t he D e par t me nt of S o c io l o g y at t he University of British Columbia and is affi li-ated wit h t he C e nt r e for A p pl ie d C on s e r vat ion R e s ear c h at U B C .  RONALD L. TROSPER i s t he head of A me r ican I nd ian S t u d ie s at t he Un i v e r s it y of A r i z ona.  PAMELA PERREAULT i s a me mb e r of Garde n R iv e r F i r s t Nat ion i n O ntar io Canada .   neW reLeaSe  D e c e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  3 2 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 3 4 - 0   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0    9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 3 6 - 4   Librar y E - b o ok   Aboriginal Studies ,  Environmental Policy ,  Resource Management ,  Resource Policy & Politics  aboriginal peoples and Forest lands in canada  edited by  d.B. tindall,  ronald l. trosper, and  pamela perreault aboriginal peoples  and forest lands in canada EDITED BY: D.B. Tindall, Ronald L. Trosper, and Pamela Perreault T he Dane -zaa pe opl e have l iv e d i n B r it i s h C olu m bia's P eace R iv e r area for t ho u sand s of year s . E l d e r s do c u m e nt e d t he i r p e o pl e s ? h i s -t or y and worl dv iew, passi ng t he m on t h r o u g h s tor y t e l l i n g . Lang uage lo s s , howeve r, t h r eate n s to br eak t he b ond s of knowle dge t ransm i s s ion . At t he r e q u e s t of t he D oig R iv e r F i r s t Nat ion , ant h r o p o l o g i s t s R o bi n and Ji l l ian R id i n g t on pr e s e nt a h i s t or y of t he Dane -zaa pe opl e base d on oral h i s t or ie s c ol l e c t e d o v e r a half c e nt u r y of fi eldwork. These powerful stories not only pre-s e r v e t rad it ional knowle dge for f ut u r e ge ne ra-t ion s , t he y al s o te l l t he i n s pi r i n g s tor y of how t he Dane-zaa learned to succeed and fl ourish in the m o d e r n worl d .  ROBIN RIDINGTON i s pr ofe s s or e me r it u s of ant h r o p o l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of B r it i s h C olu m bia and has worked wit h t he Dane -zaa F i r s t Nat ion s si nc e t he 196 0 s .  JILLIAN RIDINGTON i s an e t h no g raphe r and r e s ear c he r who has worked wit h t he Dane -zaa F i r s t Nat ion s si nc e 19 7 8 .     neW reLeaSe  Fe br uar y 201 3 ,  3 3 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 9 5 - 4   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0    9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 9 7- 8   Librar y E - b o ok   History ,  Anthropology ,  Aboriginal Studies ,  BC Studies  Where happiness dwells  A History of the Dane-zaa First Nations  robin rid ington and  jillian rid ington in collaboration with elders of the dane-Zaa Fi rst nations 8      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caSCHoLarLYaBoriginaL StUdieSaBoriginaL StUdieSaBoriginaL StUdieS I n 19 9 2 , t he A l gon q u i n s of P ikwakanagan, t he on l y fe d e ral ly r e c o g n i z e d A l gon q u i n r e s e r v e i n O ntar io, lau nc he d a compr e h e n s i v e land c laim . T he ac t ion no t on l y d r ew atte nt ion to t he fac t t hat Canada had acqu i r e d A l gon q u i n land wit ho ut ne go t iat i ng a t r eat y, but it al s o fo c u s e d at te n -t ion on t he two -t h i r d s of A l gon q u i n s who fe l l out s id e t he c laim b e cau s e t he y had ne v e r b e e n r e c o g n i z e d as I nd ian .  Fractured Homeland i s B on ita Lawrenc e?s s t i r r i n g acc ou nt of how t he c laim for c e d fe d e ral ly u n r e c o g n i z e d A l gon q u i n i n O ntar io to c on f r ont b o t h t he i s s u e of t he i r own ide nt it y and t he fai lu r e of A l gon q u i n l eade r s  who lau nc he d t he c laim to de v e l o p a mor e i nc lu -s i v e v i s ion of nat ion ho o d . BONITA LAWRENCE ( M i?kmaw) teac he s I nd ige no u s s t u d ie s at York Un iv e r s it y i n Tor ont o . S he i s t he aut hor of  "Real" Indians and Others: Mixed-Blood Urban Native Peoples and Indigenous Nationhood . reCentLY reLeaSed  May 201 2 ,  3 4 4 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 8 7- 9   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 8 9 - 3   Librar y E - b o ok   Aboriginal Studies, Canadian History ,  Aboriginal History ,  Sociology   Fractured homeland  Federal Recognition and Algonquin Identity in Ontario Bonita lawrence  O ve r t h e c o u r s e of a ce nt u r y, u nt i l t he late 170 0 s , t he B r it i s h C r own, t he I r o q u oi s , and o t he r A b or ig i nal g r o up s of easte r n Nor t h A me r ica de v e l o p e d an al l ianc e and t r eat y s y s t e m known as t he C o v e nant C hain . B r u c e M or it o of fe r s a ph i l o s o ph ical r e -r ead i ng of t he h i s t or ical r e c or d of ne go t iat ion s , s howing t hat t he par t ie s de v e l -o p e d an e t h ic of mut ual ly r e c o g n i z e d r e s p e c t . T h i s e t h ic , M or it o arg ue s , r e main s r e l e vant to c u r r e nt de bate s o v e r A b or ig i nal and t r eat y r ig ht s , b e cau s e it i s ne it h e r c u lt u ral ly nor h i s t or i -cal ly b o u nd . R eal c hange i s p o s s i bl e , if ef for t s can b e s h i f t e d f r om pie c e m eal le gal and p ol it ical d i s p ut e s to t he de v e l o pm e nt of an i nte r c u lt u ral e t h ic base d on t r u s t , r e s p e c t , and s ol idar it y.  BRUCE MORITO i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or of ph i l o s o phy i n t he Fac u lt y of Hu man it ie s and S o c ial S c ie nc e s at At habasca Un iv e r s it y.  PreVioUSLY annoUnCed  O c to b e r 2 01 2 ,  2 7 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 4 4 -2   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 4 6 - 6   Librar y E - b o ok   Aboriginal Studies ,  Law ,   Philosophy ,  British Empire History   an  ethic of Mutual respect  The Covenant Chain and Aboriginal-Crown Relations Bruce Morito Aboriginal Peoples and Sport in Canada u s e s s p or t as a le n s t h r o u g h whic h to exami ne A b or ig i nal p e o pl e s ? i s s u e s of i nd i v idual and c om -mu n it y healt h , ge nd e r and race r e lat ion s , c u lt u r e and c ol on ial i sm , and s e l f- d e t e r m i nat ion and age nc y. I n t h i s g r o u n d - br eaking volu m e , l ead i ng s c holar s of fe r a mu lt id i s c ipl i nar y p e r s p e c t i v e on how unequal power relations infl uence the abil-it y of A b or ig i nal p e o pl e i n Canada to i mpl e m e nt t he i r own v i s ion s for s p or t . T he d iv e r s e analy s e s i l lu m i nate how A b or ig i nal p e o pl e e mpl o y s p or t as a ve nu e t h r o u g h whic h to ass e r t t he i r c u lt u ral identities and fi nd a positive space for themselves and up c om i n g ge ne rat ion s i n c ont e mp orar y Canadian so c ie t y.  JANICE FORSYTH i s t he d i r e c t or of t he I nt e r nat ional C e nt r e for Oly mpic S t u d ie s and an assi s tant pr ofe s s or i n t he S c ho o l of Kine s io l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of We s t e r n O ntar io .  AUDREY R. GILES i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he S c ho o l of Hu man Kine t ic s at t he Un i v e r s it y of O t tawa.  neW reLeaSe  D e c e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  2 5 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 2 0 - 0   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0    9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 2 2- 4   Librar y E - b o ok   Aboriginal Studies ,  Canadian History ,  Health, Sociology, Sport History  aboriginal peoples and Sport in canada  Historical Foundations and Contemporary Issues  edited by  janice Forsyth and  aud rey r. G iles order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     9 SCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYaBoriginaL StUdieSaBoriginaL StUdieSaBoriginaL StUdieS T he Kwakw aka'wakw, sp eaker s of t he Kwak'wala lang uage , l iv e d i n nor t h e r n Vanc o u v e r I s land and t he adjace nt main land of B r it i s h C olu m bia long b efor e t he ar r ival of non - A b or ig i nal s . T h i s i mp or -tant b o ok, newly back in pr i nt , pr o v id e s a ge o -g raph ic o v e r v iew of t he c hang i ng de mo g raphy and s e t t l e m e nt pat te r n s of t he Kwakw aka'wakw be twee n 17 7 5 and 1920 and s e r v e s as a r efe r e nc e g u id e to t he l o cat ion and u s e of Kwakw aka'wakw se t t l e m e nt sit e s . R o b e r t Galoi s has ut i l i z e d a vast q uant it y of u np u bl i s h e d arc h ival data to show t hat muc h c hange d i n t he 1 50 year s af te r c ontac t . T h i s i s an i nvaluable r e s o u r c e to ol for anyone i nv e s t igat i ng do c u m e ntar y s o u r c e s deal i ng wit h A b or ig i nal p e o pl e s i n B r it i s h C olu m bia and e l s ewhe r e .  ROBERT GALOIS i s an adju nc t pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of G e o g raphy at t he Un i v e r s it y of B r it i s h C olu m bia. He has worked exte n s i v e l y wit h A b or ig i nal g r o up s i n B r it i s h C olu m bia.   neW in PaPerBaCK  S e p t e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  4 8 4 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 7 6 -7   P B   $ 49. 9 5   Aboriginal Studies ,  Aboriginal History ,  Anthropology ,  Geography, BC Studies  Kwakwaka 'wakw Settlements, 17 7 5 - 1 9 2 0  A Geographical Analysis and Gazetteer  robert Galois  T he M id d l e F rase r Canyon c ontain s s ome of t he mo s t i mp or tant arc haeol o g ical site s i n B r it i s h C olu m bia, i nc lu d i n g t he r e main s of anc ie nt v i l lage s t hat sup p or t e d hu nd r e d s , if no t t ho u -sand s , of p e o pl e . H ow and why d id t he s e v i l lage s c ome i nt o b e i ng? W hy wer e t he y abandone d? I n s ear c h of answer s to t he s e q ue s t ion s , P r e nt i s s and Kuij t take r eade r s on a vo yage of d i s c o v e r y i nt o t he anc ie nt h i s t or y of t he S t ??t ?i mc , or Up p e r Li l l o o e t , a pe opl e whos e s t r u g g l e s and s uc c e s s e s are br o u g ht to v iv id l i fe t h r o u g h pho t o g raph s , artistic and fi ctionalized reconstructions of life i n t he v i l lage s , and d i s c u s s ion s of e v id e nc e f r om arc haeol o g ical s u r v e y s and excavat ion s .  ANNA MARIE PRENTISS i s a pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of A nt h r o p o l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of M ontana.  IAN KUIJT i s a pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of A nt h r o p o l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of No t r e Dame .  reCentLY reLeaSed  Marc h 201 2 ,  2 8 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 4 0 pho t o g raph s , 1 5 maps , 2 5 d rawing s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -216 8 -1   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2170 - 4   Librar y E - b o ok  Aboriginal Studies ,  Archaeology ,  Anthropology,  BC Studies, Canadian History   people of the Mid dle Fraser canyon  An Archaeological History  anna Marie prentiss and  ian Ku i jt  T he pr e s e nc e of i nd ige no u s p e o pl e among t he ranks of B r it i s h m i s s ionar ie s i n t he n i ne t e e nt h c e nt u r y c ompl icate s nar rat iv e s of al l- p ower f u l m i s s ionar ie s and haple s s i nd ige no u s v ic t i m s . W hat comp e l l e d t he s e me n to e m brace C h r i s t ian it y? H ow d id t he y r e c onc i l e b e i ng b o t h C h r i s t ian and i nd ige no u s i n an age of e mpi r e? Tolly Bradford fi nds answers to these questions i n t he l iv e s of He n r y B u d d , a C r e e m i s s ionar y f r om weste r n Canada, and T iy o S o ga, a X ho sa m i s s ionar y f r om s o ut h e r n A f r ica. He p or t ray s t he s e me n no t as v ic t i m s of c ol on ial i sm but rat he r as i nd i v idual s who d r ew on fait h , fam i ly, and t he i r t ie s to B r itain to c on s t r u c t a new se n s e of i nd ige ne it y i n a g lo bal iz i ng worl d .  TOLLY BRADFORD i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or of h i s t or y at C onc or d ia Un iv e r s it y C ol l e ge of A l b e r ta i n E d mont on .  reCentLY reLeaSed  Apr i l 2 01 2 ,  2 3 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 5 b &w pho t o s , 3 maps  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 7 9 - 4   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 81-7   Librar y E - b o ok  Aboriginal Studies ,  British Empire History ,  Aboriginal History , Canadian History,  Missiology, African Studies   prophetic identities  Indigenous Missionaries on British Colonial Frontiers, 1850-75  tolly Bradford 10      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYenVironmentaL HiStorYenVironmentaL HiStorYaBoriginaL StUdieS  principles of tsawalk  An Indigenous Approach to Global Crisis umeek /  e. ric hard atleo Tsawalk, or ?one ,? expr e s s e s t he Nuu - c hah-nu lt h v iew t hat al l l iv i n g t h i ng s  hu man, plant , and ani mal  for m par t of an i nte g rate d whol e br o u g ht i nt o har mony t h r o u g h c on s tant ne go t iat ion and mut ual r e s p e c t . I n t h i s b o ok, Ume ek arg ue s t hat cont e mp orar y e nv i r on m e ntal and p ol it i -cal c r i s e s and t he ongoi n g pl ig ht of i nd ige no u s peoples refl ect a world out of balance, a world in whic h We s t e r n appr oac he s for s u s tainable l iv i n g are no t working. Nuu - c hah-nu lt h pr i nc ipl e s of r e c o g n it ion , c on s e nt , and c ont i nu it y, b y c ont rast , hol d t he pr om i s e of br i ng i n g g r eate r har mony, whe r e al l l ife for m s are t r eate d wit h r e s p e c t and acc or d e d for mal c on s t it ut ional r e c o g n it ion .  UMEEK (E. RICHARD ATLEO), a he r e d itar y Nuu - c hah-nu lt h c h ie f, i s a r e s ear c h l iais on at t he Un i v e r s it y of Man ito ba and an asso c iate adju nc t pr ofe s s or at t he Un i v e r s it y of V ic t or ia. He i s t he aut hor of  Tsawalk: A Nuu-chah-nulth Worldview.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  2 2 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 3 b &w i l lu s t rat ion s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 26 -1   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 2 7- 8   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 2 8 - 5   Librar y E - b o ok  Aboriginal Politics & Policy ,  Environmental Philosophy ,  Environmental Politics ,  Constitutional Law   T h r o u g h o ut h i s t or y mo s t p e o pl e have ass o c iate d nor t h e r n Nor t h A me r ica wit h wilde r ne s s ? wit h abundant fi sh and game, snow-capped moun-tain s , and e nd l e s s for e s t and prair ie . Canada?s c ont e mp orar y pic t u r e gal le r y, howeve r, c ontain s mor e d i s t u r bi n g i mage s ? defor e s t e d mo u n -tains, empty fi sheries, and melting ice caps. A d o p t i n g b o t h a c h r ono l o g ical and t he mat ic appr oac h , Laur e l Mac D owel l exami ne s hu man i nte rac t ion s wit h t he land , and t he or ig i n s of ou r current environmental crisis, from fi rst peoples t o t he Kyoto P r o t o c o l . T h i s r ic h l y i l lu s t rate d explorat ion of t he past f r om an e nv i r on m e ntal p e r s p e c t i v e wil l c hange t he way Canadians and ot he r s arou nd t he worl d t h i nk about  and lo ok at Canada.  LAUREL SEFTON MacDOWELL i s a pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of H i s t or ical S t u d ie s , U T M , at t he Un i v e r s it y of Tor ont o .  neW reLeaSe  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  3 5 2 page s ,  8 x 10 " 6 0 b &w pho t o s , 1 5 maps , 10 g raph s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2102- 5   P B $  49.9 5   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -210 3 -2   Librar y E - b o ok   Environmental History ,  Canadian History  Canadian nat ional ide nt it y i s b o u nd to t he id ea of a Gr eat W h it e Nor t h . I mage s of snow, wilde r -ne s s , and e mp t i ne s s s e e m i n no c e nt , ye t t h i s pat h- br eaking b o ok r e v eal s t he y c ontain t he s e e d s of rac i sm . I n for m e d b y t he i n s ig ht t hat rac i sm i s ge o g raph ical as wel l as h i s t or ical and c u lt u ral , t he c ont r i b ut or s t race how not ion s of race , white ne s s , and nat u r e he l p e d c on s t r u c t a white c o u nt r y, i n t rave l writ i ng and t r eat y mak-ing, scientifi c research and park planning, and i n towns , c it ie s , and to u r i s t c e nt r e s .  Rethinking the Great White North of fe r s a new vo cabu lar y for c ont e mp orar y de bate s on Canada?s r ol e i n t he Nor t h and t he mean i ng of t he nat ion .  ANDREW BALDWIN i s a le c t u r e r i n hu man ge o g raphy at D u rham Un iv e r s it y.  LAURA CAMERON i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or of ge o g raphy at Q ue e n?s Un i v e r s it y and Canada R e s ear c h C hair i n H i s t or ical G e o g raph ie s of Nat u r e .  AUDREY KOBAYASHI i s a pr ofe s s or of ge o g raphy and Q ue e n?s R e s ear c h C hair at Q ue e n?s Un i v e r s it y.    neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  3 5 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 3 b &w pho t o g raph s , 2 maps  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 01 3 - 4   H C  $ 8 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 014 -1   P B  $ 3 4 . 9 5   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 01 5 - 8   Librar y E - b o ok   Environmental History ,  Environmental Studies ,  Canadian History ,  Sociology ,  Geography  an  environmental history of canada  laurel Sefton Macdowell  rethinking the Great White north  Race, Nature, and the Historical Geographies of Whiteness in Canada  edited by  andrew Baldw in,  laura cameron, and  aud rey Kobayashi order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     11 reSoUrCe managementreSoUrCe managementenVironmentaL HiStorY T h r e e q uar te r s of Canada?s for e s t s are u nd e r pr o v i nc ial c ont r o l , s o pr o v i nc ial for e s t p ol ic ie s are c r u c ial to l ong- t e r m s u s tainabi l it y. B y of fe r -i n g an up - t o - date c omparat iv e s c r ut i ny of for e s t p ol ic ie s , t h i s b o ok pr o v id e s for e s t manage r s , p ol ic y- maker s , s c holar s , and s t u d e nt s wit h t he i n for mat ion and c onc e p t s to c r it ical ly exam-i ne Canada?s c ompl ex for e s t te nu r e s y s t e m s . Looking at te nu r e , s t u mpage fe e s , and o t he r for e s t prac t ic e s , t he aut hor s ass e s s how wel l d if fe r e nt pr o v i nc ial s c he m e s ac h ie v e t he goal s of s u s tainable for e s t manage me nt . T he y id e nt i f y e s s e nt ial p ol ic y at t r i b ut e s t hat cou l d b e u s e d to g u id e te nu r e r efor m , c on s id e r bar r ie r s t hat cou l d pr e v e nt mean i ng f u l c hange , and of fe r muc h -ne e d e d prac t ical g u idanc e on o v e r c om i n g t he s e o b s tac le s .  MARTIN K. LUCKERT i s a pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of R e s o u r c e E c onom ic s and E nv i r on -m e ntal S o c io l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of A l b e r ta.  DAVID HALEY i s a pr ofe s s or e me r it u s i n t he D e par t me nt of For e s t R e s o u r c e s Manage me nt at t he Un i v e r s it y of B r it i s h C olu m bia.  GEORGE HOBERG i s a pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of For e s t R e s o u r c e s Manage me nt at U B C .  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  2 2 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 6 6 - 0   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 6 7-7   P B $ 3 4 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 6 8 - 4   Librar y E - b o ok  Resource Management , Forestry,  Sustainability ,  Resource Policy & Politics ,  Environmental Politics  Sustainability and the Environment Series   policies for Sustainably Managing canada?s Forests  Tenure, Stumpage Fees, and Forest Practices  Martin K. luc kert,  david haley, and  George hoberg  A fi rm grounding in economics is integral to s o u n d for e s t r y p ol ic ie s and prac t ic e s . T h i s b o ok, a major r e v i s ion and expansion of P e t e r H . P ear s e?s 19 9 0 c lassic , i s an e s s e nt ial textb o ok for for e s t r y s t u d e nt s . Up date d and e n hanc e d wit h advanc e d e mpi r ical pr e s e ntat ion of mate r ial s , it c o v e r s t he basic e c onom ic pr i nc ipl e s and c onc e p t s and t he i r appl icat ion to mo d e r n for e s t manage me nt and p ol ic y i s s u e s .  Forest Economics refl ects the authors? more than fi fty years of combined expe r ie nc e i n teac h i ng for e s t e c onom ic s i n t he Un it e d S tate s and Canada. It s c ompr e h e n s i v e and s y s t e mat ic analy si s of for e s t i s s u e s makes it an i nd i s p e n sable r e s o u r c e for s t u d e nt s and prac t i -t ione r s of for e s t manage me nt , nat u ral r e s o u r c e c on s e r vat ion , and e nv i r on m e ntal s t u d ie s .  DAOWEI ZHANG i s a pr ofe s s or of for e s t e c o -nom ic s and p ol ic y i n t he S c ho o l of For e s t r y and W i l d l i fe S c ie nc e s at Aub u r n Un i v e r s it y.  PETER H. PEARSE i s a pr ofe s s or e me r it u s at t he Un i v e r s it y of B r it i s h C olu m bia, a for e s t e r R P F ( R e t ) , and a me mb e r of t he O r d e r of Canada.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  41 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 45 fi gures, 20 tables  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 5 2- 0   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 5 3 -7   P B $  49.9 5 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 5 4 - 4   Librar y E - b o ok  Resource Management, Economics, Environmental Business & Economics ,  Forestry   Forest economics  daowei Z hang and  peter h. pearse; Foreword by clark S. Binkley  Canadian wilde r ne s s s e e m s a se l f- e v id e nt e nt it y, ye t , as t h i s volu m e s hows i n v iv id h i s t or i -cal de tai l , wilde r ne s s i s no t what it s e e m s . I n  Temagami?s Tangled Wild , Jo c e l y n T hor p e t race s how st r ug g l e s o v e r mean i ng , rac ial iz e d and ge nd e r e d ide nt it ie s , and land have made t he Te magami area i n O ntar io i nt o a site e m bl e m -at ic of wild Canadian nat u r e , e v e n t ho u g h t he Te me - A u gama A n i s h nabai have long u nd e r s t o o d t he r e g ion as t he i r home land rat he r t han as a wilde r ne s s . E l o q u e nt and acc e s s i bl e , t h i s e ngag-i ng h i s t or y c hal le nge s r eade r s to acknowle dge t he e m b e d d e d ne s s of c ol on ial r e lat ion s i n ou r no t ion s of wilde r ne s s , and to r e c on s id e r ou r u nd e r s tand i ng of t he wilde r ne s s id eal .  JOCELYN THORPE i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or of wome n?s s t u d ie s at Me mor ial Un iv e r s it y of Newfou nd land .  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  2 2 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 0 0 - 8   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 01- 5   P B  $ 3 2 . 9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 0 2-2   Librar y E - b o ok   Environmental History ,  Aboriginal Studies, Gender Studies  Nature | History | Society Series   temagami's tangled Wild  Race, Gender, and the Making of Canadian Nature  jocelyn thorpe 12      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYenVironmenta  StUdieSenVironmenta  StUdieSreSoUr e management For c e nt u r ie s , b or d e r s have b e e n c e nt ral to sal mon manage me nt c u s t om s on t he Sal i s h S ea, but how t ho s e b or d e r s wer e d rawn has had ve r y d i f fe r e nt ef fe c t s on t he Nor t hwest sal mon fi shery. Native peoples who fi shed the Salish S ea d r ew so c ial and c u lt u ral b or d e r s arou nd salmon fi shing locations and found ways to adm i n i s t e r t he r e s o u r c e i n a su s tainable way. Ni ne t e e nt h - c e nt u r y E u r o p ean s e t t l e r s to ok a d if-fe r e nt appr oac h and d r ew t he A ng l o - A m e r ican b or d e r along t he for t y- n i nt h paral le l , ig nor -i n g t he sal mon?s pat te r n s and l ife c y c l e . A s t he can ne d sal mon i ndu s t r y g r ew and mor e p e o pl e mo v e d i nt o t he r e g ion , c lass and e t h n ic r e lat ion s c hange d .  i s about t he e c ol o g ical ef fe c t s c r eat-i ng c u lt u ral and p ol it ical b or d e r s has had on t h i s critical West Coast salmon fi shery.  LISSA K. WADEWITZ i s assi s tant pr ofe s s or of history and environmental studies at Linfi eld C o l l e ge i n M c M i n nv i l l e , O r e gon .  reCentLY reLeaSed  Ju ne 2 01 2 ,  3 6 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 27 fi gures, 3 charts, 2 tables, 13 maps  9 7 8 - 0 -2 9 5 9 - 918 2- 5   P B $ 2 4 .9 5   Environmental History ,  Aboriginal History ,  Resource Management  Canadian rights only the  nature of Borders  Salmon, Boundaries, and Bandits on the Salish Sea lissa K. Waddewitz  C iv i l s o c ie t y or gan izat ion s are among t he mo s t vo c i fe r o u s c r it ic s of t he mo d e r n fo o d s y s t e m . Ye t e v e n af te r de cade s of campaig n s , go v e r n m e nt s have large ly fai le d to add r e s s healt h and s u s tain-abi l it y i s s u e s i n an ef fe c t i v e way. T h i s volu m e s howcase s t he r e s ear c h of expe r t s f r om mu lt ipl e d i s c ipl i ne s who arg ue t hat solut ion s l ie no t j u s t i n lobbying elected offi cials but in initiatives at the s u b parl iame ntar y le v e l . R eal c hange wil l c ome , t he y arg ue , whe n advo cac y g r o up s de v e l o p s t rat-e g ie s s oph i s t icate d e no u g h to c o u nt e r t he for c e s al ig ne d again s t t he m : a power f u l bu s i ne s s l o b b y, lack of p ol it ical wil l , and a dear t h of go v e r n m e nt me c han i sm s to deal wit h i s s u e s t hat c ut ac r o s s de par t me ntal mandate s .  ROD MACRAE i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or of fo o d p ol ic y i n t he Fac u lt y of E nv i r on m e ntal S t u d ie s at York Un iv e r s it y.  ELISABETH ABERGEL i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he S o c io l o g y D e par t me nt and a me mb e r of t he I n s t it ut de s S c ie nc e s de l? E nv i r on ne m e nt at t he Un i v e r s it ? du Q u? b e c ? M ont r ?al .  reCentLY reLeaSed  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  3 0 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 6 8 - 8   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 7 0 -1   Librar y E - b o ok   Environmental Studies ,  Food & Agricultural Studies ,  Sustainability , Health Policy  Sustainability and the Environment Series  health and Sustainability in the canadian Food System  Advocacy and Opportunity for Civil Society  edited by  rod Macrae and  elisabeth abergel  T he ext rac t ion of oi l and gas f r om of f s h or e c ont i ne ntal she l v e s r e pr e s e nt s one of t he mo s t dy nam ic s e c t or s of g l o bal p e t r o l e u m de v e l o p -m e nt . It i s al s o one of t he mo s t c ompl ex. At lant ic Canada is no exce p t ion and t he h i s t or y of S c o t ian Basi n p e t r o l e u m o v e r t he past half c e nt u r y r e v eal s a fasc i nat i ng s e r ie s of p ol it ical c hal-l e nge s , acc om m o dat ion s , and s e t t l e m e nt s . P e t e r C lanc y ?s c ompr e h e n s i v e analy si s of p e t r o l e u m p ol it ic s i n No va S c o t ia de mon s t rate s t he c ompl ex i nte r go v e r n m e ntal and i nte r c or p orate r e lat ion -s h ip s , e c ol o g ical c onc e r n s , and A b or ig i nal i nte r -e s t s t hat have c ompl icate d of f s h or e de v e l o pm e nt . H i s i nc i s i v e analy si s of t he c ompl ex pol it ic s at play pr o v id e s new in sig ht s i nt o t he u n iq u e c hal-l e nge s fac i ng t he p e t r o l e u m i ndu s t r y i n At lant ic Canada.  PETER CLANCY i s a pr ofe s s or of p ol it ical s c ie nc e at S t . F ranc i s Xav ie r Un i v e r s it y i n A nt igon i s h , No va S c o t ia.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  4 3 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 6 maps, 12 fi gures, 9 tables  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 5 4 -7   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 5 5 - 4   P B $ 3 4 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 5 6 -1   Librar y E - b o ok   Resource Management, Environmental Business & Economics ,  Atlantic Provinces ,  Environmental History ,  Environmental Politics ,  Canadian Urban & Regional Politics   Off shore Petroleum Politics  Regulation and Risk in the Scotian Basin peter clancy order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     13 PoLitiCaL SCienCeenVironment / PoLitiCSenVironmentaL StUdieS Canada and t he Un it e d S tate s are c on s i s t e nt l y ranked among t he mo s t de mo c rat ic c o u nt r ie s i n t he worl d , ye t voic e s expr e s s i n g c onc e r n about t he q ual it y of t he s e de mo c rac ie s are b e c om i n g l o u d e r and mor e i n s i s t e nt . C r it ic s maintain t hat t he two cou nt r ie s s u f fe r f r om a ?de mo c rat ic defi cit,? a defi cit that raises profound questions about t he l e g it i mac y and ef fe c t i v e ne s s of t he i r de mo c rat ic i n s t it ut ion s .  Imperfect Democracies br i ng s to ge t h e r Canadian and A me r ican s c holar s to compare how the democratic defi cit plays out i n t he two nat ion s . A n i mp or tant c ont r i b ut ion to the fi eld of democratic theory and the study of de mo c rat ic i n s t it ut ion s , t h i s t i me l y b o ok wil l spark de bate on b o t h sid e s of t he b or d e r.  PATTI TAMARA LENARD i s an assi s tant pr ofe s -s or of appl ie d e t h ic s at t he Graduate S c ho o l of P u bl ic and I nt e r nat ional A f fair s at t he Un i v e r s it y of O t tawa.  RICHARD SIMEON i s a pr ofe s s or e me r it u s i n t he P ol it ical S c ie nc e D e par t me nt at t he Un i v e r s it y of Tor ont o .    neW reLeaSe  O c to b e r 2 01 2 ,  3 2 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 15 fi gures, 14 tables  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 7 6 - 0   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 7 8 - 4   Librar y E - b o ok   Political Science ,  Comparative Politics ,  Canadian Federal Politics ,  US Politics ,  International Political Science ,  Political Theory & Philosophy  imperfect democracies  The Democratic Deficit in Canada and the United States  edited by  patti tamara lenard and  ric hard Simeon  I n  Blue-Green Province , Mark Winfi eld takes a long o v e r du e l o ok at t he c r u c ial r e lat ion s h ip b e twee n O ntar io?s e nv i r on m e ntal p ol ic y and it s p ol it ic s and e c onomy. C o v e r i n g t he p e r io d f r om t he P r o g r e s s i v e C on s e r vat iv e ?dy nast y ? t hat dom i nate d O ntar io p ol it ic s f r om t he m id -19 4 0 s to t he m id -19 8 0 s , t h r o u g h t he s u b s e q u e nt P e t e r s on , Rae, Har r i s , E v e s , and M c Gu i nt y go v-ernments, Winfi eld offers a trenchant analysis of t h e ef fe c t s on O ntar io?s e nv i r on m e nt and p ol it ic s of t he s e ad m i n i s t rat ion s ? d ramat ical ly d if fe r -e nt id e ol o g ie s . T i me l y and or ig i nal ,  Blue-Green Province is the fi rst comprehensive study of envi-r on m e ntal p ol ic y i n O ntar io . It wil l b e welc ome d b y anyone wit h an i nte r e s t i n O ntar io?s e nv i r on -m e ntal and e c onom ic f ut u r e .  MARK S. WINFIELD i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or i n t he Fac u lt y of E nv i r on m e ntal S t u d ie s at York Un iv e r s it y.   neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  2 9 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 12 i l lu s t rat ion s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 3 6 -7   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 3 7- 4   P B $ 3 4 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 3 8 -1   Librar y E - b o ok   Environmental Politics, Political Economy ,  Environmental Policy ,  Political Science   Blue-Green province  The Environment and the Political Economy of Ontario  Mark S. Winfi eld  Mou ntain s b ear t he i mpr i nt of hu man ac t iv it y. S car s f r om l o g g i n g and s u r face m i n i n g sit along-s id e nat ional parks and ski lo dge s . A lt ho u g h t he e nv i r on m e ntal ef fe c t s of ext rac t iv e i ndu s t r ie s are wel l known, skii ng i s mor e l ike ly to br i ng to m i nd i mage s of luxu r y, wealt h , and healt h . Drawing on interviews, fi eld observations, and m e d ia analy si s , S to d dar t r e v eal s t he mu lt ipl e , often confl icting meanings attached to skiing by skie r s , mass me d ia, F i r s t Nat ion s , i ndu s t r y l ead-e r s , and e nv i r on m e ntal i s t s i n B r it i s h C olu m bia. Stoddart challenges us to refl ect on skiing?s nega-t i v e ef fe c t s as he expo s e s how ce r tain g r o up s came to b e v iewed as t he ?nat u ral? i n habit-ant s and le g it i mate manage r s of mo u ntain e nv i r on m e nt s .  MARK C.J. STODDART i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or of s o c io l o g y at Me mor ial Un iv e r s it y of Newfou nd land .  reCentLY reLeaSed  Apr i l 2 01 2 ,  2 4 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 10 b&w pho t o s , 4 table s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -219 6 - 4   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -219 8 - 8   Librar y E - b o ok   Environmental Studies, Sports & Recreation Studies ,  Environmental Politics ,  Sociology   Making Meaning out of Mountains  The Political Ecology of Skiing  Mark c.j. Stoddart 14      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYPoLitiCa  SCienCePoLitiCa  SCienCePoLitiCa  SCienCeSo Near Yet So Far pr o v id e s an i n - d e p t h l o ok at t he mu lt ipl e d i me n s ion s of Canada-US r e lat ion s , par t ic u larly si nc e 9/11. Base d on al mo s t 20 0 i nt e r v iews wit h p ol ic y maker s , opi n ion - s hape r s , and i nt e r e s t g r o up l eade r s i n b o t h c o u nt r ie s , t h i s b o ok con s id e r s t he i nt e rac t ion of dome s t ic and c r o s s - b or d e r p ol it ic s at se v e ral le v e l s , i nc lu d i n g p ol it ical- s t rateg ic , t rade - c om m e r c ial , c u lt u ral-p s y c h o l o g ical , and i n s t it ut ional-pr o c e du ral . It wil l app eal to prac t it ione r s , s c holar s , and c it i z e n s of b o t h c o u nt r ie s who want a be t t e r u nd e r s tand-i ng of how t he Canada-US r e lat ion s h ip works ? and can b e made to work mor e ef fe c t i v e l y. Balanc e d and fair, it ge t s to t he c or e i s s u e s wit h-o ut d i s t or t i n g p e r s p e c t i v e s on e it he r sid e of t he b or d e r.  GEOFFREY HALE i s a pr ofe s s or of p ol it ical s c i -e nc e at t he Un i v e r s it y of Let hbr id ge .  reCentLY reLeaSed  Ju ne 2 01 2 ,  4 4 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 7 fi gures, 32 tables  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 41-7   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 4 3 -1   Librar y E - b o ok   Political Science, Canadian Foreign Policy ,  Canadian Public Policy & Administration ,  US Politics   So near yet So Far  The Public and Hidden Worlds of Canada-US Relations Geoff rey Hale  Wit h r e s t r ic t i v e i m m ig rat ion p ol ic ie s , i nc r ease d i nt e r d ic t ion , and t he de t e nt ion of asylu m s e ek-e r s , it i s c l ear t hat Canada?s appr oac h to b or d e r c ont r o l has sh i f t e d i n r e c e nt year s . Ye t s uc h prac t ic e s are ju s t t he late s t i n a long and c ompl ex nat ional h i s t or y.  Canadian Liberalism and the Politics of Border Control sheds light on the fi rst c e nt u r y of Canada?s ef for t s to c ont r o l it s b or d e r s , f ram i ng piv o tal mome nt s wit h i n a long- s tand i ng but of t e n o v e rl o oked de bate o v e r t he r ig ht s of non - c it i z e n s . A nd e r s on pr o v id e s valuable i n s ig ht s i nt o c ont e mp orar y l i b e ral- de m o c rat ic c ont r o l b y de mon s t rat i ng t hat to day ?s mor e restrictive approach refl ects traditions deeply e m b e d d e d wit h i n l i b e ral de mo c rac ie s .  CHRISTOPHER G. ANDERSON i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of P ol it ical S c ie nc e at W i l f r id Laur ie r Un i v e r s it y.  neW reLeaSe  No v e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  2 8 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 9 2- 0   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 9 4 - 4   Librar y E - b o ok   Political Science, Immigration & Emigration ,  Multiculturalism & Transnationalism ,  Canadian Legal History ,  History of Civil Liberties & Human Rights ,  Socio-legal Studies ,  Canadian Political History  canadian liberalism and the politics of Border control, 18 6 7 - 1 9 6 7  chr istopher G . anderson  T h i s b o ok oc c upie s t he same n ic he as Ray mond A r on?s 196 2 c lassic ,  Peace and War: A Theory of International Relations. W h i l e A r on wrote du r i n g t he C ol d War, T h ie r r y de M ont br ial write s about t he p o s t- S o v ie t i nt e r nat ional s y s t e m , a sy s t e m t hat i s mu lt ip o lar, ide ol o g ical ly he t e r o ge ne o u s , and t hu s h ig h l y u n s table . I n t h i s b o ok, he lay s t he fo u ndat ion for a praxeol o g y, or a ?s c ie nc e of ac t ion? to fac i l itate a be t t e r u nd e r s tand i ng of t he dy nam ic s of i nt e r nat ional pr o bl e m s and a mor e s y s t e mat ic appr oac h to p ol ic y making.  A major c ont r i b ut ion to i nt e r nat ional r e lat ion s t he or y, t h i s b o ok, whic h was awarde d t he 20 0 2 G e or ge s P ompid o u P r i z e , of fe r s t he ne c e s sar y key s to de c r y p t t he i nt e r nat ional s y s t e m i n t he twent y-fi rst century and has been published in seven lang uage s .  THIERRY DE MONTBRIAL i s t he pr e s id e nt and fo u nd e r of t he F r e nc h I n s t it ut e of I nt e r nat ional R e lat ion s ( I F R I ) and of t he Worl d P ol ic y C on fe r e nc e . neW reLeaSe  No v e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  3 5 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 7 2- 9   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0    9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 74 - 3   Librar y E - b o ok   Political Science, Globalization ,  History ,  International Relations ,  Political Economy ,  International Political Science  action and reaction in the World System  The Dynamics of Economic and Political Power thierr y de Montbrial order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     15 SCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYPoLitiCa  SCienCePoLitiCa  SCienCePoLitiCa  SCienCe P ol it ical par t ie s worl dwide are u si ng market i ng to ol s s uc h as targe t i n g and s e g m e ntat ion to win e l e c t ion s . A r e t he s e s t rateg ie s making p ol it ic ians and go v e r n m e nt s mor e r e s p on s i v e to vo t e r s ? ne e d s , or do t he y p o s e a t h r eat to de mo c rac y? T h r o u g h case s t u d ie s t hat range f r om t he r e s u r -r e c t ion of t he C on s e r vat iv e Par t y to T i m Hor t on s as a pol it ical brand , t h i s volu m e s hows t hat t he c on s e q u e nc e s of p ol it ical market i ng i n Canada have b e e n pr ofo u n d . C it i z e n s are now v iewed as con s u m e r s , and platfor m s and pr om i s e s have b e e n r e package d as pr o du c t s . W he t h e r t h i s t r e nd i s p o s it i v e or ne gat iv e de p e n d s on how pol it ic ians and go v e r n m e nt s car r y out p ol it ical market i ng ? and it s pr om i s e s ? i n prac t ic e .  ALEX MARLAND i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of P ol it ical S c ie nc e at Me mor ial Un iv e r s it y of Newfou nd land .  THIERRY GIASSON i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he C om mu n icat ion and I n for mat ion D e par t me nt at Un iv e r s it ? Laval .  JENNIFER LEES-MARSHMENT i s a se n ior l e c t u r e r i n t he D e par t me nt of P ol it ical S t u d ie s at t he Un i v e r s it y of Auckland .    neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  3 2 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 2 8 -2   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 2 9 - 9   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 3 0 - 5   Librar y E - b o ok   Political Science ,  Canadian Political Parties & Elections ,  Media Studies ,  Canadian Federal Politics ,  Canadian Public Policy & Administration   political Marketing in canada  edited by  alex Marland,  thierr y G iasson, and  jennifer lees-Marshment  W hy d o Canadians vo t e t he way t he y do? For mor e t han for t y year s , t he pr i mar y ob j e c t i v e of t he ongoi n g Canadian E l e c t ion S t u d ie s ( C E S ) has b e e n to i nv e s t igate t hat que s t ion . T h i s volu m e br i ng s to ge t h e r pr i nc ipal i nv e s t igator s of t he S t u d ie s to do c u m e nt t he h i s t or y of t h i s i mpr e s -s i v e c ol l e c t ion of s u r v e y s , exami ne what has b e e n l ear ne d , and c on s id e r t he i r f ut u r e . T he wide -rang i ng c ol l e c t ion of e s say s pr o v id e s u s e f u l back-g r o u n d and i n s ig ht s on t he r e l e vanc e of t he C E S and le nd s p e r s p e c t i v e to t he de bate about whe r e to s te e r t he C E S i n t he year s ahead .  MEBS KANJI i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or of p ol it ical s c ie nc e at C onc or d ia Un iv e r s it y.  ANTOINE BILODEAU i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or of p ol it ical s c ie nc e at C onc or d ia Un iv e r s it y.  THOMAS J. SCOTTO i s a se n ior l e c t u r e r i n go v e r n m e nt at t he Un i v e r s it y of E s s ex.  reCentLY reLeaSed  May 201 2 ,  2 8 4 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -1911- 4   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -191 3 - 8   Librar y E - b o ok   Political Science, Canadian Elections   the  canadian election Studies  Assessing Four Decades of Influence  edited by  Mebs Kanji ,  antoine Bilodeau, and  thomas j. Scotto  During the fi rst half of the twentieth century, Canada?s and G e r many ?s r e s p on s e s to q ue s t ion s of nat ional me m b e r s h ip c on s i s t e d of d i s c r i m i na-tor y p ol ic ie s aime d at har ne s s i n g m ig rat ion for e c onom ic e nd s . Ye t , b y t he e nd of t he c e nt u r y, b o t h c o u nt r ie s wer e t ransfor m e d i nt o h ig h l y d iv e r s e mu lt ic u lt u ral s o c ie t ie s . H ow d id t h i s remarkable shift come about? Triadafi lopoulos arg ue s t hat , af te r t he war, g l o bal hu man r ig ht s nor m s i nt e r s e c t e d wit h dome s t ic p ol it ical ide nt it ie s and i n s t it ut ion s , op e n i n g t he way for t he l i b e ral izat ion of Canada?s and G e r many ?s i m m ig rat ion and c it i z e n s h ip p ol ic ie s . H i s i s a t ho u g ht- pr o v oking analy si s t hat she d s l ig ht on t he dy nam ic s of me m b e r s h ip p ol it ic s and p ol ic y making i n c ont e mp orar y l i b e ral- de m o c rat ic c o u nt r ie s .  TRIADAFILOS TRIADAFILOPOULOS i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or of P ol it ical S c ie nc e at t he Un i v e r s it y of Tor ont o S carb or o u g h .  reCentLY reLeaSed  Apr i l 2 01 2 ,  3 0 4 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -1 5 6 6 - 6   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -1 5 6 8 - 0   Librar y E - b o ok   Political Science, Multiculturalism & Transnationalism ,  Immigration & Emigration ,  Canadian History ,  Canadian Social Policy ,  Political Theory & Philosophy ,  Race & Ethnicity   Becoming Multicultural  Immigration and the Politics of Membership in Canada and Germany  Triadafi los Triadafi lopoulos 16      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYPoLitiCa  SCienCePoLitiCa  SCienCePoLitiCaL PHiLoSoPHY I n an age of mu lt ic u lt u ral i sm and ide nt it y p ol it ic s , many m i nor it y g r o up s s e ek some for m of offi cial recognition or public accommoda-t ion of t he i r id e nt it y. B ut can publ ic i n s t it ut ion s acc u rate ly r e c o g n i z e or acc om m o date s ome t h i n g as sub j e c t i v e and dy nam ic as ? id e nt it y? ? Av igai l E i s e n b e r g and W i l l Ky m l icka lead a d i s t i n g u i s h e d team of s c holar s who explor e s tate r e s p on s e s to id e nt it y c laim s worl dwide . T he i r case s t u d -ie s fo c u s on key i s s u e s whe r e id e nt it y i s c e nt ral to pu bl ic p ol ic y. B y i l lu m i nat i ng b o t h t he r i sks and opp or t u n it ie s of i n s t it ut ional r e s p on s e s to d iv e r s it y, t h i s volu m e s hows t hat publ ic i n s t it u -tions can either enhance or distort the benefi ts of id e nt it y p ol it ic s .  AVIGAIL EISENBERG i s a pr ofe s s or of p ol it ical s c ie nc e at t he Un i v e r s it y of V ic t or ia.  WILL KYMLICKA i s t he Canada R e s ear c h C hair i n P ol it ical Ph i l o s o phy at Q ue e n?s Un i v e r s it y.    neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  3 0 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 5 table s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 81-3   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 8 2- 0   P B $ 3 4 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 8 3 -7   Librar y E - b o ok   Political Science ,  Sociology  Ethnicity and Democratic Governance Series   identity politics in the public realm  Bringing Institutions Back In  edited by  avi gail eisenberg and  W ill K y mli c ka  Canadians take pr id e i n b e i ng go o d c it i z e n s of t he worl d , ye t ou r fai lu r e to me e t g l o bal c om m it-m e nt s rais e s q ue s t ion s . D o Canadians ne e d to t rans c e nd nat ional lo yalt ie s to b e c om e f u l l g l o bal c it i z e n s? I s t he id ea of r o o t e d c o s m o p o l itan i sm si mpl y a my t h t hat e nc o u rage s c omplace nc y about Canada?s place i n t he worl d? T h i s volu m e ass e s s e s r o o t e d c o s m o p o l itan i sm b o t h i n t he or y and prac t ic e . B y explor i n g how Canadians are acc om m o dat i ng ? t he worl d? i n areas suc h as mu l -t ic u lt u ral i sm , c l i mate c hange , and hu man itar ian i nte r v e nt ion , t he c ont r i b ut or s te s t t he p o s s i bi l it y of r e c onc i l i n g nat ional al le g ianc e s wit h c om -m it m e nt s to hu man r ig ht s , g l o bal ju s t ic e , and i nt e r nat ional law.  WILL KYMLICKA i s t he Canada R e s ear c h C hair i n P ol it ical Ph i l o s o phy at Q ue e n?s Un i v e r s it y.  KATHRYN WALKER i s a po s t d o c t oral fe l l ow at l? Un i v e r s it ? de M ont r ?al .   reCentLY reLeaSed  Apr i l 2 01 2 ,  2 5 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 6 0 -2   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 6 2- 6   Librar y E - b o ok   Political Theory & Philosophy ,  Political Science, Globalization ,  Sociology   rooted cosmopolitanism  Canada and the World  edited by  W ill K y mli c ka and  Kathr yn Walker Constituency Infl uence in Parliament exam-i ne s t he r u l e s and c ondu c t of P r i vate M e m b e r s ? B u s i ne s s to ass e s s t he c ompl ex r e lat ion s h ip b e twee n c on s t it u e nc y r e pr e s e ntat ion and p ol ic y pr o p o sal s . T h i s r e v eal i ng s t u dy s hows t hat Me m b e r s of Parl iame nt pu r s u e var io u s t y p e s of goal s i n t he l e g i s lat u r e ? no t al l of whic h fo c u s up on par t ie s or l eade r s ? and eac h M P play s an i mp or tant r e pr e s e ntat iv e r ol e i n s hapi ng p ol ic y. I n c ont rast wit h mo s t l it e rat u r e on Canadian p ol it ic s , t h i s b o ok r e s u r r e c t s t he r e l e vanc e of Canada?s Parl iame nt b y exami n i ng what M P s do , why t he y do it , and what ef fe c t it has.  KELLY BLIDOOK i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or of p ol it ical s c ie nc e at Me mor ial Un iv e r s it y of Newfou nd land .  reCentLY reLeaSed  Apr i l 2 01 2 ,  196 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 5 6 - 8   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 5 8 -2   Librar y E - b o ok   Political Science, Canadian Federal Politics ,  Canadian Public Policy & Administration   Constituency Infl uence in Parliament  Countering the Centre Kelly Blidook order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     17 SCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYPoLitiCa  SCienCePoLitiCa  SCienCePoLitiCa  SCienCe D u r i ng t he C ol d War, nat ional i sm fe l l f r om favou r among t he or i s t s as an explanator y fac-tor i n h i s t or y, as Marxis t s and l i b e ral s lo oked to c lass and i nd i v idual i sm as t he d r i v i n g for c e s of c hange . T he r e s u r ge nc e of nat ional i sm af te r t he c ol laps e of t he S o v ie t Un ion , howeve r, cal le d for a r e c on s id e rat ion of t he paradig m .  Against Orthodoxy u s e s case s t u d ie s f r om arou nd t he worl d to c r it ical ly e valuate de cade s of new sc holar s h ip . T he aut hor s arg ue t hat t he or ie s of nationalism have ossifi ed into a new set of or t h o d oxie s . T he s e o v e rl o ok nat ional i sm?s r ol e as a generative force, one that refl ects complex h i s t or ical , p ol it ical , and c u lt u ral ar range me nt s t hat def y si mpl i s t ic explanat ion s .  TREVOR W. HARRISON i s a pr ofe s s or of s o c io l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of Let hbr id ge , ass o c iate d i r e c t or of t he same u n i v e r s it y ?s P r e nt ic e I n s t it ut e for Gl o bal P op u lat ion and E c onom ic s , and c o -fo u n d e r and d i r e c t or of t he Parkland I n s t it ut e at t he Un i v e r s it y of A l b e r ta.  SLOBODAN DRAKULIC was an asso c iate pr ofe s s or of s o c io l o g y at R y e r s on Un i v e r s it y.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  3 76 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 9 3 - 6   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 9 4 - 3   P B $ 3 4 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 9 5 - 0   Librar y E - b o ok   Sociology, Globalization ,  Political Theory & Philosophy   against orthodoxy  Studies in Nationalism  edited by  trevor W . harr ison and  Slobodan drakuli c  Volu ntar y or gan izat ion s have mo v e d f r om t he marg i n s to t he c e nt r e of p ol ic y d i s c u s s ion s i n Canada, and c it i z e n s and p ol it ic ians now v iew t he m i n a new way. Rac he l Lafor e s t s hows how me mb e r s of volu ntar y or gan izat ion s have s t r u g g l e d for a st r onge r voic e i n p ol ic y making and redefi ned their relationship to the federal go v e r n m e nt t h r o u g h key c ol laborat ion s . T h i s v iv id acc ou nt of how a lo o s e c oal it ion of or gan i-zat ion s was t ransfor m e d i nt o a d i s t i nc t s e c t or of fe r s a new conc e p t ual f ramework for explain-i ng dy nam ic s tate -v olu ntar y s e c t or r e lat ion s at al l le v e l s of go v e r n m e nt .  RACHEL LAFOREST i s an asso c iate pr ofe s -s or and head of t he P u bl ic P ol ic y and T h i r d S e c t or I n it iat iv e i n t he S c ho o l of P ol ic y S t u d ie s at Q ue e n?s Un i v e r s it y.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  192 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -214 4 - 5   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -214 5 -2   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -214 6 - 9   Librar y E - b o ok   Canadian Public Policy & Administration ,  Canadian Social Policy ,  Canadian Urban & Regional Politics ,  Social Movements   Voluntary Sector organizations and the State  Building New Relations  rachel laforest  Many l i b e ral t he or i s t s c on s id e r g r o up id e n -t it y c laim s a ne c e s sar y c ond it ion of e q ual it y i n Canada, but do t he s e c laim s do mor e har m t han go o d? To answer t h i s q ue s t ion , Car ol i ne D ick exami ne s t he id e nt it y- d r i v e n t he or ie s of C harle s Taylor, W i l l Ky m l icka, and Av igai l E i s e n b e r g i n t he c ont ext of  Sawridge Band v. Canada, a case t hat se t s a F i r s t Nat ion?s r ig ht to s e l f- d e t e r m i nat ion again s t i nd ige no u s wome n?s r ig ht to e q ual it y. T he c onc e p t of id e nt it y it s e l f i s no t t he pr o bl e m , D ick arg ue s , but rat he r t he way i n whic h pr e vai l i ng c onc e p t ion s of id e nt it y and g r o up r ig ht s o b s c u r e i nt rag r o up d i f fe r e nc e s . H e r pr o p o sal for a new pol it ic s of i nt rag r o up d i f fe r -e nc e has t he p ower to t ransfor m r ig ht s d i s c o u r s e i n Canada.  CAROLINE DICK i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of P ol it ical S c ie nc e at t he Un i v e r s it y of We s t e r n O ntar io .   neW in PaPerBaCK  O c to b e r 2 011 ,  26 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 6 2-2   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 6 3 - 9   P B  $ 2 9. 9 5 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 6 4 - 6   Librar y E - b o ok   Law & Politics ,  Canadian Courts & Constitution ,  Political Theory & Philosophy ,  Multiculturalism & Transnationalism   the  perils of identity  Group Rights and the Politics of Intragroup Difference  caroline dick 18      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caaSian StUdieSanimaL rigHtSgLoBaLiZationI n  Milestones on a Golden Road, R ic har d King d i s -cusses pivotal works of fi ction published under t h e watc hf u l e y e of C h i na?s C om mu n i s t r e g i m e b e twee n 19 4 5 and 198 0 . A d d r e s s i n g q ue s t ion s of l it e rar y pr o du c t ion , King l o oks at how write r s dealt wit h s h i f t i n g id e ol o g ical de mand s , what i nd ige no u s and i mp or t e d t rad it ion s i n s pi r e d t he m , and how t he y wer e able to de pic t a utopian C om mu n i s t f ut u r e to t he i r r eade r s , e v e n as c racks i n t he r e g i m e b e gan to s how. Early ?r e d c lassic s ? wer e fol l owed b y works feat u r i ng i nc r easi ng l y lu r id i mage s of j o y f u l s o c ial i sm , and later by fi ction exposing the Mao era as an age of i r rat ional it y, arbit rar y r u l e , and s u f fe r i n g . U lt i mate ly, t he G ol d e n R oad had le d nowhe r e .  RICHARD KING i s a pr ofe s s or of C h i ne s e S t u d ie s at t he Un i v e r s it y of V ic t or ia, teac h i ng C h i ne s e literature and fi lm, Asian popular culture, r e s ear c h me t ho d s , and C h i ne s e lang uage . He i s t he e d it or of  Art in Turmoil: The Chinese Cultural Revolution, 1966-76 . neW reLeaSe  D e c e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  2 8 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 7 2-2   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 74 - 6   Librar y E - b o ok   Asian Studies, Art History ,  Chinese History ,  Literature, Languages & Linguistics  Contemporary Chinese Studies Series  Milestones on a Golden road  Writing for Chinese Socialism, 1945-80 richard K ing WR ITING FOR CHINESE SOCI A LISM, 1945-80O N  A  GO L DE N  R OADR I C H A R D  K I N G I n s ear c h of i n s ig ht i nt o late V ic t or ian ideas about ani mal s and t he ani mal r ig ht s mo v e m e nt , R o d P r e e c e explor e s ani mal se n s i bi l it y i n t he work of G e or ge B e r nar d Shaw. Shaw?s r efor m i s t t ho u g ht ? par t ic u larly what P r e e c e cal l s i nc lu s i v e j u s t ic e , whic h aime d to e l i m i nate t he s u f fe r i n g of b o t h hu mans and ani mal s ? e me r ge s i n r e la-t ion to t hat of fe l l ow r efor m e r s s uc h as E dward Car p e nt e r, A n n ie B e sant , and He n r y Salt . T h i s fasc i nat i ng acc ou nt of t he c harac te r s and c r u -sade s t hat shape d S haw?s ph i l o s o phy s he d s new l ig ht no t on l y on mo d e r n i s t t ho u g ht but al s o on t he r e lat ion s h ip b e twee n h i s t or ical s o c ial i sm and t he e t h ical t r eat me nt of ani mal s .  ROD PREECE i s pr ofe s s or e me r it u s at W i l f r id Laur ie r Un i v e r s it y and i s t he aut hor of a nu mb e r of b o oks, i nc lu d i n g  Brute Souls, Happy Beasts, and Evolution and  Sins of the Flesh . neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  3 3 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -210 9 - 4   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2110 - 0   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2111-7   Librar y E - b o ok   Animal Rights ,  History ,  Philosophy, Literature   animal Sensibility and inclusive justice in the age of Bernard Shaw  rod preece  W hy ar e g l o bal iz i ng pr o c e s s e s u ne v e n l y d i s -t r i b ut e d b e twee n p o or and wealt hy c o u nt r ie s? W hat ef fe c t do t he s e d i s par it ie s have on t he l iv e s of or d i nar y p e o pl e? T he c ont r i b ut or s to t h i s volume fi nd answers to these questions in the M e d it e r ranean, a r eg ion d iv id e d b e twee n t he wealt h ie r nat ion s of t he nor t h s hor e and t he i r p o or e r ne ig h b o u r s to t he s o ut h . T he d iv e r ge nt h i s t or ie s , e c onom ie s , c u lt u ral and l i ng u i s t ic backgr ou nd s , e du cat ion s y s t e m s , and p ol it ical s t r u c t u r e s of t he s e two r e g ion s l ead to explana-t ion s no t on l y for u ne v e n g l o bal izat ion but al s o for t he wave of de mon s t rat ion s t hat have sparked u n r e s t i n Nor t h A f r ica and t he Near East .  YASSINE ESSID i s an expe r t on t he h i s t or y of I s lam ic e c onom ic t ho u g ht and on t he h i s t or y and place of I s lam i n Nor t h A f r ica and t he M id d l e East .  WILLIAM D. COLEMAN has ov e r s e e n t he writ i ng of t he b o oks i n t he Gl o bal izat ion and Aut onomy S e r ie s .   reCentLY reLeaSed  Apr i l 2 01 2 ,  4 4 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 10 pho t o s and g raph s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 318 - 0   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 2 0 - 3   Librar y E - b o ok  Globalization  Globalization and Autonomy Series  two Mediterranean Worlds  Diverging Paths of Globalization and Autonomy  edited by  yassine essid and  W illiam d. coleman; translated by  K ?the roth order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     19 media / CommUniCationSaSian StUdieSaSian StUdieS A lte r nat iv e me d ia hol d t he pr om i s e of bu i l d i n g pu bl ic awarene s s and ac t ion again s t t he c on -s t raint s and l i m itat ion s of me d ia cong l om e rat ion and c ut backs to pu bl ic br oadcast i ng . B ut what, exact ly, makes alte r nat iv e me d ia alte r nat iv e? T h i s pat h- br eaking volu m e ge t s to t he hear t of t h i s q ue s t ion b y fo c u s i n g on t he t h r e e i nt e r c on -nected dimensions that defi ne alternative media i n Canada: st r u c t u r e , par t ic ipat ion , and ac t iv i s m . T he c ont r i b ut or s r e v eal no t on l y how var iou s kind s of alte r nat iv e me d ia ? i nc lu d i n g i nd ige no u s , anarc h i s t , e t h n ic , and fe m i n i s t me d ia ? are e nable d and c on s t raine d wit h i n Canada's compl ex pol ic y e nv i r on m e nt but al s o how, i n t he c ont ext of g l o bal izat ion , t he Canadian expe r ie nc e paral le l s me d ia and p ol ic y c hal le nge s i n o t he r nat ion s .  KIRSTEN KOZOLANKA i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he S c ho o l of Jo u r nal i sm and C om mu n icat ion at Carle t on Un i v e r s it y.  PATRICIA MAZEPA and  DAVID SKINNER are b o t h ass o c iate pr ofe s s or s i n t he D e par t me nt of C om mu n icat ion S t u d ie s at York Un iv e r s it y.  reCentLY reLeaSed  Apr i l 2 01 2 ,  3 4 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -216 4 - 3   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -216 6 -7   Librar y E - b o ok   Media Studies ,  Communication & Cultural Studies ,  Sociology   alternative Media in canada  edited by  K i rsten Kozolanka,  patri c ia Mazepa, and  david Skinner  Merry Laughter and Angry Curses r e v eal s how t he late Q i ng- e ra tabloid pr e s s b e came t he voic e of t he p e o pl e . A s p e r io d ical pu bl i s h i n g r eac he d a fe v e r pit c h , tabloid s had f r e e r e i n to c r it ic i z e offi cials, mock the elite, and scandalize read-e r s . Tabloid write r s pr o du c e d a large amou nt of ant i- e s tabl i s h m e nt l it e rat u r e , whos e d i s t i nc t i v e hu mo u r and sat i r ical st yl e wer e b o t h p o t e nt and p op u lar. T h i s b o ok shows t he tabloid c om mu n it y to b e b o t h a pr o du c e r of mean i ng s and a par -t ic ipant i n t he s o c ial and c u lt u ral d ialog u e t hat wou l d s hake t he fo u ndat ion s of i mp e r ial C h i na and lead to t he 1911 R e p u bl ican R e v olut ion .  JUAN WANG i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or of h i s t or y at P u r du e Un i v e r s it y.  neW reLeaSe  O c to b e r 2 01 2 ,  24 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 3 8 - 8   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0    9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 4 0 -1   Librar y E - b o ok   Asian Studies, Chinese History ,  Media Studies ,  Literature  Contemporary Chinese Studies Series  Merry laughter and angry curses  The Shanghai Tabloid Press, 1897-1911  juan Wang  Intoxicating Manchuria r e v eal s how t he p ower -f u l alc ohol and opiu m i ndu s t r ie s i n Nor t h east C h i na wer e alte r e d b y warlor d r u l e , Japane s e occupation, political confl ict, and a vigorous anti-i nt oxicant mo v e m e nt . T h r o u g h t he l e n s of t he C h i ne s e me d ia?s de pic t ion s of alc ohol and opiu m , Nor man Sm it h exami ne s how intoxicant s and add ic t ion wer e u nd e r s t o o d i n t h i s s o c ie t y, t he r ol e t he Japane s e o c c upat ion of Manc hu r ia playe d i n t he p or t rayal of i nt oxicant s , and t he ef for t s made to r e du c e opiu m and alc ohol c on s u mp t ion . This is the fi rst English-language book-length s t u dy to fo c u s on alc ohol u s e i n mo d e r n C h i na and the fi rst dealing with intoxicant restrictions i n t he r e g ion .  NORMAN SMITH i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he H i s t or y D e par t me nt of t he Un i v e r s it y of Gue l ph . H e i s t he aut hor of  Resisting Manchukuo: Chinese Women Writers and the Japanese Occupation and c o - e d it or of  Beyond Suffering: Recounting War in Modern China.  neW reLeaSe  Aug u s t 2 01 2 ,  2 7 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 2 8 - 6   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 3 0 - 9   Librar y E - b o ok   Asian Studies, Chinese History ,  Health Policy ,  Sociology, Drug & Alcohol Studies   Contemporary Chinese Studies Series  intoxicating Manchu r ia  Alcohol, Opium, and Culture in China's Northeast  norman Smith 20      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.camedia / CommUniCationSmiLitarY HiStorYmiLitarY HiStorY I n D e c e m b e r 19 41, Japan at tacked mu lt ipl e targets in the Far East and the Pacifi c, including Canadian bat tal ion s i n Hong Kong. T h i s i nt r ig u -i n g acc ou nt of Canadian i nte l l ige nc e gat he r i n g and s t rateg ic plan n i ng on t he e v e of t he c r i s i s d i s p e l s t he ass u mp t ion t hat t he A l l ie s wer e to tal ly u npr e par e d for war. Canadians worked c l o s e l y wit h t he i r U S and A l l ie d c o u nt e r par t s to u nc o v e r Japan's i nte nt ion s and to de v e l o p a st ra-te g ic plan for defe nc e . B y h ig h l ig ht i n g Canada's role as a Pacifi c power, this book sheds new light both on the Pacifi c War and on events that led to t h e c r eat ion of t he Grand A l l ianc e .  TIMOTHY WILFORD r e c e i v e d a do c t orate i n h i s -t or y f r om t he Un i v e r s it y of O t tawa and sp e c ial-i z e s i n twent ie t h - c e nt u r y m i l itar y h i s t or y.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  31 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 2 5 b &w pho t o s , 1 map  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 21- 6   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 2 2- 3   P B $ 3 4 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 2 3 - 0   Librar y E - b o ok   Military History ,  Canadian History ,  British Empire History  Studies in Canadian Military History Series    P u bl i s h e d i n ass o c iat ion wit h t he Canadian War Mu s e u m  Canada's Road to the Pacifi c War  Intelligence, Strategy, and the Far East Crisis timothy W ilford  A s t he b o dy of F i r s t Worl d War l ite rat u r e c ont i n -u e s to g r ow, wome n?s expe r ie nc e s of t h i s p e r io d r e main large ly o b s c u r e . T h i s i n no vat iv e c ol l e c -t ion add r e s s e s t he i nv i s i bi l it y of wome n i n t h i s l it e rat u r e , par t ic u larly wit h r e gar d to Canadian and Newfou nd land h i s t or y. D rawing up on a mu lt id i s c ipl i nar y sp e c t r u m of r e c e nt work ? st u d ie s on mo bi l i z i n g wome n , paid and volu nt e e r e mpl o y m e nt at home and o v e r s eas, g r ie f, c h i l d -h o o d , fam i ly l i fe , and l it e rar y r e pr e s e ntat ion s  ? t h i s b o ok br i ng s Canadian and Newfou nd land wome n and g i rl s i nt o t he h i s t or y of t he F i r s t Worl d War and marks t he i r place i n t he nar rat iv e of nat ional t ransfor mat ion .  SARAH GLASSFORD teac he s h i s t or y at t he Un i v e r s it y of O t tawa and Carle t on Un i v e r s it y.  AMY SHAW i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or of h i s t or y at t he Un i v e r s it y of Let hbr id ge and aut hor of  Crisis of Conscience: Conscientious Objection in Canada during the First World War. reCentLY reLeaSed  Apr i l 2 01 2 ,  3 5 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 12 b&w pho t o g raph s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 5 6 - 5   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 5 8 - 9   Librar y E - b o ok   Military History ,  Canadian Social History ,  Women's History   a  Sisterhood of Suff ering and Service  Women and Girls of Canada and Newfoundland during the First World War  edited by  Sarah Glassford and  amy Shaw  While Canada is known for its offi cial commit-m e nt to d iv e r s it y, a c l o s e l o ok at t he c o u nt r y ?s me d ia r e v eal s t hat l ip s e r v ic e to d i f fe r e nc e s no t-wit h s tand i ng , t he y rar e ly e ngage wit h it i n ways that refl ect its presence in Canadian society.  The Media Gaze expo s e s t he main s t r eam me d ia?s at te mp t s to app ear obj e c t i v e , e v e n as t he y may ig nor e or m i s r e pr e s e nt t ho s e who do no t s har e t he i r white , male , m id d l e - c lass , he t e r o s exual p e r s p e c t i v e . D rawing on c omp e l l i n g case s t u d ie s , t h i s i nc i s i v e s u r v e y explor e s t he s o c ie tal i mpl ica-t ion s of t he i ndu s t r y ?s h id d e n bias and s ug ge s t s s t rateg ie s for c o u nt e r i n g it s dom i nanc e .  AUGIE FLERAS i s a pr ofe s s or of s o c io l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of Wate rl o o .  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  314 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 3 6 - 0   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 3 7-7   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 3 8 - 4   Librar y E - b o ok   Media Studies ,  Communication & Cultural Studies ,  Sociology    the  Media Gaze  Representations of Diversities in Canada augie Fleras order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     21 miLitarY HiStorYLaBoUr HiStorYmiLitarY HiStorY D u r i ng t he S e c on d Worl d War, t he C ong r e s s of I ndu s t r ial O r gan izat ion s i n Canada g r ew fr om a handf u l of me m b e r s to mor e t han a quar te r -m i l l ion . W hat was it about t he ?go o d war? t hat br o u g ht about t h i s phe nom e nal g r owt h?  Labour Goes to War arg ue s t hat b o t h e c onom ic and c u l -t u ral for c e s wer e at work. Labou r s hor tage s gave worker s g r eate r e c onom ic p ower i n t he work-place . B ut c u lt u ral fac tor s ? worker s? pat r io t i s m , t ie s to t ho s e on ac t iv e s e r v ic e , and al le g ianc e to t he ? p e o pl e ?s war? ? al s o f ue l e d t he C I O ?s g r owt h . T he c ompl ex, of te n c ont rad ic t or y, mo t i v e s of worker s du r i n g t h i s p e r io d l ef t t he Canadian labou r mo v e m e nt wit h an ambivale nt pr o g r e s -s i v e /c on s e r vat iv e l e gac y.  WENDY CUTHBERTSON has worked for t he Canadian Aut o Worker s Un ion , t he O ntar io Pay E q u it y C om m i s s ion , and t he O ntar io C on fe d e rat ion of Un i v e r s it y Fac u lt y A s s o c iat ion s .  reCentLY reLeaSed  May 201 2 ,  24 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 4 2- 5   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 4 4 - 9   Librar y E - b o ok   Canadian Labour History ,  Military History ,  Women's History  Studies in Canadian Military History Series    P u bl i s h e d i n ass o c iat ion wit h t he Canadian War Mu s e u m  labour Goes to War  The CIO and the Construction of a New Social Order, 1939-45  Wendy cuthbertson  How cou l d yo u and yo u r fam i ly s u r v i v e a nuc l ear war? F r om 19 4 5 onward s , t he Canadian go v e r n -m e nt de v e l o p e d c iv i l defe nc e plans and e nc o u r -age d c it i z e n s to j oi n l o cal su r v i val c or p s . B y t he t i me of t he C u ban M i s s i l e C r i s i s , t he c iv i l defe nc e pr o g ram was wide ly mo cked , and t he pu bl ic was st i l l vast ly u npr e par e d for nuc l ear war. A n expo s ? of t he c hal le nge s of e du cat i ng t he pu bl ic on t he t h r eat of nuc l ear ann i h i lat ion , Give Me Shelter pr o v id e s a wel l- g r o u n d e d explanat ion of why Canada?s c iv i l defe nc e s t rateg y u lt i mate ly fai le d . It i s e s s e nt ial r ead i ng for anyone i nt e r -e s t e d i n Canada?s C ol d War home f r ont .  ANDREW BURTCH i s t he h i s t or ian for t he p o s t-19 4 5 p e r io d at t he Canadian War Mu s e u m .  reCentLY reLeaSed  Fe br uar y 201 2 ,  3 0 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 12 b&w pho t o s and 8 l i ne -ar t i mage s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 4 0 - 4   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 4 2- 8   Librar y E - b o ok   Military History ,  Canadian History ,  Canadian Political History ,  Security Studies  Studies in Canadian Military History Series    P u bl i s h e d i n ass o c iat ion wit h t he Canadian War Mu s e u m  Gi ve Me Shelter  The Failure of Canada?s Cold War Civil Defence  andrew Burtch  T he canc e l lat ion of t he C F-10 5 A r r ow in 19 59 hol d s s uc h a g r ip on t he Canadian i mag i nat ion t hat earl ie r de v e l o pm e nt s i n defe nc e pr o c u r e -m e nt r e main ob s c u r e . Randal l Wakelam cor r e c t s t h i s o v e r s ig ht ? and of fe r s f r e s h i n s ig ht on t he AV R O saga and c ont e mp orar y pr o c u r e m e nt i s s u e s ? b y r e v eal i ng how cabi ne t m i n i s t e r s , c h ie f s of s taff, and air mar shal s ne go t iate d c omp e t i n g pr e s s u r e s to ar m t he air for c e , pl ease al l ie s , and save mone y du r i n g a de cade whe n Canada?s air for c e was g r owing b y l eaps and b o u nd s . T he r e s u lt was t he C F-10 0 Canuck and t he F- 8 6 Sabr e , Canada?s f r ont- l i ne defe n s i v e air c raf t i n t he c ol d e s t year s of t he C ol d War.  COLONEL (RET?D) RANDALL WAKELAM, PHD, teac he s m i l itar y h i s t or y and leade r s h ip at t he R o yal M i l itar y C ol l e ge of Canada. A pi l o t i n h i s s e r v ic e car e e r, he al s o worked i n air c raf t pr o c u r e m e nt .  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  20 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 16 b&w i l lu s t rat ion s , 8 table s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -214 8 - 3   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2149 - 0   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 5 0 - 6   Librar y E - b o ok  Military History ,  Canadian History ,  Security Studies  Studies in Canadian Military History Series    P u bl i s h e d i n ass o c iat ion wit h t he Canadian War Mu s e u m  cold War Fi g hters  Canadian Aircraft Procurement, 1945-54  randall Wakelam 22      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caHiStorYLaBoUr StUdieSHiStorY R o d e o i s of t e n s e e n as e mbl e mat ic of t he We s t ?s r e p utat ion as a ?white man?s c o u nt r y.?  A Wilder West compl icate s t h i s v iew, showing how r o de o has b e e n a c haot ic and u npr e d ic table place of e nc o u nt e r t hat c hal le nge d expe c t e d s o c ial h ie rar c h ie s . R o d e o has br o u g ht p e o pl e to ge t h e r ac r o s s rac ial and ge nd e r d iv id e s , c r eat i ng f r ie n d -s h ip s , r ival r ie s , and u nexpe c t e d i nt i mac ie s . Fans made home t own cowboy s , c owgi rl s , and A b or ig i nal r id e r s l o cal he r o e s . Lav i s h l y i l lu s -t rate d and base d on c owboy/c owgi rl bio g raph ie s and me moi r s , pr e s s c o v e rage , arc h ival r e c or d s , and doz e n s of i nt e r v iews wit h for m e r and c u r -r e nt r o d e o c ont e s tant s , pr om o t e r s , and aud ie nc e me m b e r s , t h i s c r eat iv e h i s t or y r e t u r n s to r o d e o?s smal l-t own r o o t s to s he d l ig ht on t he h i s t or y of s o c ial r e lat ion s i n Canada?s weste r n f r ont ie r.  MARY-ELLEN KELM i s a Canada R e s ear c h C hair i n t he D e par t me nt of H i s t or y at Si mon F rase r Un i v e r s it y.   neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  31 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 5 3 b &w pho t o s , 4 maps  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 2 9 - 5   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 3 0 -1   P B $ 2 7.9 5   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 31- 8   Librar y E - b o ok  Canadian Social History ,  Western History ,  Communication & Cultural Studies ,  Gender & Women's Studies ,  Aboriginal Studies   a  Wilder West  Rodeo in Western Canada Mary -ellen Kelm  D e v o ut i mp e r ial i s t , l o yal Canadian, and de d icat-e d B r it i s h C olu m bian, R ic har d M c B r id e s e r v e d as B C pr e m ie r f r om 19 0 3 to 191 5 . D u r i n g t h i s p e r io d of g r eat e c onom ic g r owt h , M c B r id e br o u g ht or d e r to t he l e g i s lat u r e , e nc o u rage d t he de v e l o pm e nt of nat u ral r e s o u r c e s b y fac i l itat i ng new rai lways, c hampione d t he pr o v i nc e i n it s q uar r e l s wit h O t tawa, and pr om o t e d Canada?s l i nks wit h t he B r it i s h E mpi r e . H i s v i s ion of a mo de r n , i ndu s -t r ial iz e d , and wealt hy pr o v i nc e he l p e d s hape it s i n s t it ut ion s and it s place i n t he B r it i s h worl d . Boundless Optimism br i ng s M c B r id e ?s p ol it ical car e e r i nt o fo c u s , c h r on ic l i n g h i s many acc om -pl i s h m e nt s and put t i n g h i s ac t iv it ie s i nt o h i s t or i -cal c ont ext wit ho ut ne g l e c t i n g t he downsid e s of op t i m i s m .  PATRICIA E. ROY , pr ofe s s or e me r ita of h i s t or y at t he Un i v e r s it y of V ic t or ia, i s t he aut hor of many b o oks on t he h i s t or y of B r it i s h C olu m bia.  neW reLeaSe  No v e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  3 9 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 8 8 - 3   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0    9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 9 0 - 6   Librar y E - b o ok   History ,  BC History, Political Biography   Boundless optimism  Richard McBride's British Columbia patri c ia e. roy  A lt ho u g h t he exploitat ion of Lati no worker s i n many i ndu s t r ie s i s wel l known, pi ne r o s  Lati no for e s t worker s  toi l large l y i n o b s c u r it y. B r i nda Sarat hy i nv e s t igate s how t he U S fe d e ral go v e r n -m e nt came to b e one of t he c o u nt r y ?s large s t e mpl o y e r s of Lati no labou r, and do c u m e nt s pi ne r o wage s and working c ond it ion s i n c om -par i s on to t ho s e of white for e s t labou r e r s . P i ne r o exploitat ion , Sarat hy arg ue s , i s t he pr o du c t of an ongoi n g h i s t or y of i n s t it ut ional iz e d rac i sm i n t he We s t . O v e r c om i n g t h i s l e gac y de p e n d s on i mpr o v i n g t he v i s i bi l it y and working c ond it ion s of pi ne r o s and pr o v id i n g t he m wit h a st r onge r voic e i n i m m ig rat ion and for e s t r y p ol ic y- making.  BRINDA SARATHY i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or of e nv i r on m e ntal analy si s at P it z e r C ol l e ge i n C lar e mont , Cal ifor n ia.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  20 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 8 pho t o s , 12 g raph s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2113 -1   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2114 - 8   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2115 - 5   Librar y E - b o ok   Environmental Studies, Resource Management ,  Ethnicity ,  Sociology of Work & Labour ,  Race & Ethnicity   pineros  Latino Labour and the Changing Face of Forestry in the Pacific Northwest Brinda Sarathy order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     23 SCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYSCHoLarLYHiStorYHiStorYHiStorY One of t he mo s t e ndu r i n g i mage s of Q ue b e c ?s Q u ie t R e v olut ion i s of C harle s de Gau l l e pr o -c laim i ng ? V i v e l e Q u? b e c  libre! ? f r om t he balc ony of M ont r eal C it y Hal l . T he i nc id e nt laid bar e Canada?s u n it y c r i s i s and has si nc e dom i nate d i nt e r pr e tat ion s of t he Canada- Q ue b e c - F ranc e triangle. David Meren demystifi es this  cri du balcon by l o oking b e y on d de Gau l l e to Q ue b e c ?s e v ol v i n g r e lat ion s h ip wit h F ranc e af te r t he war and t he c lash of nat ional i sm s t hat r e s u lt e d . B y s e eking to u nd e r s tand Q ue b e c , Gau l l i s t , and Canadian nat ional i sm , M e r e n no t on l y cast s do u b t on e s tabl i s he d i nt e r pr e tat ion s of e v e nt s , he al s o r e v eal s how t he c hal le nge of r e s p on d i n g to American superpower and infl uence shaped t h e t r iang l e .  DAVID MEREN i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or i n t he D ? par te me nt d? h i s t oi r e at t he Un i v e r s it ? de M ont r ?al .  reCentLY reLeaSed  May 201 2 ,  3 7 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 2 4 - 4   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 2 6 - 8   Librar y E - b o ok   Political History, Canadian History, Political Science   With Fr iends like these  Entangled Nationalisms and the Canada-Quebec-France Triangle, 1944-1970  david Meren  Canada shar e d a r ic h , mu lt i -face te d h i s t or y wit h C h i na long b efor e it r e c o g n i z e d t he P e o pl e ?s R e p u bl ic of C h i na i n 19 7 0 . Joh n M e e han br i ng s to l ig ht t he ac t iv it ie s of early Canadian m i s s ionar -ies, business people, government offi cials, and adve nt u r e r s i n S hang hai, t he gateway to C h i na and an i mp or tant c u lt u ral c ontac t z one . T he s e s oj o u r ne r s ? expe r ie nc e s ? whic h u n fol d e d again s t a backdr op of war and r e v olut ion and Canada?s own evolution from colony to nation ? refl ected Canada?s de e p e n i n g r e lat ion s h ip wit h C h i na and t he t r o u bl i n g asy m me t r ie s t hat u nd e r pi n ne d it . A lt ho u g h Canadians , l ike ot he r for e ig ne r s , had lef t S hang hai by t he early 19 5 0 s , t he i r l iv e s and ac t iv it ie s for e s hadowed mor e r e c e nt Canadian i n it iat iv e s i n C h i na.  JOHN D. MEEHAN i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or of h i s t or y at Campion C ol l e ge at t he Un i v e r s it y of R e g i na.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  26 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 3 7- 0   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 3 8 -7   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 3 9 - 4   Librar y E - b o ok   Canadian History ,  Canadian Foreign Policy ,  Chinese Studies   chasing the dragon in Shanghai  Canada?s Early Relations with China, 1858-1952  john d. Meehan  T h i s i s a stor y about a r e markable S ikh fami ly and t he c om mu n it ie s t he y l iv e d i n and s up p or t e d i n b o t h Canada and I nd ia. Kapoor S i ng h S id d o o ar r iv e d i n B r it i s h C olu m bia i n 1912 and o v e r -came rac ial pr e j u d ic e and le gal d i s c r i m i nat ion to t ransfor m h i m s e l f f r om labou r e r to lu m b e r bar on . He and h i s wife , B e sant Kaur, fo s t e r e d i n t he i r daug ht e r s a v i sion of s e r v ic e and ac t iv i s m that they fulfi lled by establishing a hospital in P u njab and i nt r o du c i n g an I nd ian spi r it ual t rad i-t ion to t he i r new home i n Canada.  Hug h Joh n s t on te l l s t he i r s tor y wit h warmt h and p e r c e p t i v e ne s s , whi l e te l l i n g a large r tale about t he t r ial s and t r i b u lat ion s face d b y i m m ig rant c om mu n it ie s i n Canada.  HUGH J.M. JOHNSTON is a historian affi liated wit h Si mon F rase r Un i v e r s it y. H e i s t he aut hor of two pr e v io u s b o oks on P u njabi s i n Canada,  The Voyage of the Komagata Maru and  The Four Quarters of the Night: The Life Journey of an Emigrant Sikh.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  3 3 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 5 0 b &w pho t o g raph s , 5 maps  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 216 - 9   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 217- 6   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 218 - 3   Librar y E - b o ok   Canadian History ,  Asian Canadian Studies ,  British Columbia History ,  Multiculturalism & Transnationalism   jewels of the Qila  The Remarkable Story of an Indo-Canadian Family  hug h j. M . johnston 24      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caHiStorYHiStorY / PoLitiCSHiStorY / HeaLtHHiStorY / HeaLtH T he pr o h i bit ion e ra of gang s t e r s and b o o t l e g ge r s has capt u r e d ou r i mag i nat ion . B ut what hap -p e ne d whe n go v e r n m e nt t u r ne d t he taps back on? Dan Mal le ck shows t hat cont rar y to p op u lar b e l ie f, p o s t- pr o h i bit ion O ntar io was an age whe n t he go v e r n m e nt s t r u g g l e d to pl ease b o t h t he ?wet s? and t he ?d r y s .? Rat he r t han pande r i n g to temperance groups, offi cials sought to defi ne and pr om o t e manageable d r i nking s pace s i n whic h c it i z e n s wou l d fol l ow t he r u l e s of pr o p e r d r i nking and fo s t e r s e l f- c ont r o l . T he r e g u lat ion of l iq u or c on s u mp t ion was a r e markable bu r eau-c rat ic balanc i ng ac t b e twee n te mp e ranc e and it s de t rac tor s but e q ual ly b e twee n go v e r nanc e and it s id eal d r i nker.  DAN MALLECK i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of C om mu n it y H ealt h S c ie nc e s at Br o ck Un iv e r s it y.  reCentLY reLeaSed  May 201 2 ,  3 2 4 page s ,  6 x 9 " 4 l i ne -ar t i mage s , 1 b&w pho t o , 2 c har t s ,  6 table s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 2 0 - 6   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 2 2- 0   Librar y E - b o ok   Canadian Social History ,  Health Policy ,  Canadian Social Policy, Drug & Alcohol Studies   try to control yourself  The Regulation of Public Drinking in Post-Prohibition Ontario, 1927-44 dan Malleck  Healt h c r i s e s s uc h as t he S A R S e pid e m ic and H1N1 have rekindled interest in the 1918 infl u-e n za pande m ic , whic h swept t he g l o b e af te r t he First World War and killed approximately fi fty m i l l ion p e o pl e .  Epidemic Encounters exami ne s t he pande m ic i n Canada, wher e one - t h i r d of t he population took ill and fi fty-fi ve thousand people d ie d . W hat r ol e d id s o c ial i ne q ual it ie s play i n de t e r m i n i n g who s u r v i v e d? H ow d id t he aut hor i -t ie s , healt h car e worker s , and or d i nar y c it i z e n s r e s p on d? C ont r i b ut or s answer t he s e q ue s t ion s as t he y p e r taine d to b o t h l o cal and nat ional cont ext s . I n t he pr o c e s s , t he y of fe r new in sig ht s i nt o me d ical h i s t or y ?s u s e f u l ne s s i n t he s t r u g g l e again s t e pid e m ic d i s ease .  MAGDA FAHRNI i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of H i s t or y at t he Un i v e r s it ? du Q u? b e c ? M ont r ?al .  ESYLLT W. JONES i s an asso -c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of H i s t or y at t he Un i v e r s it y of Man ito ba.   reCentLY reLeaSed  May 201 2 ,  3 0 4 page s ,  6 x 9 " 2 maps  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 21 2-1   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 214 - 5   Librar y E - b o ok   Canadian Social History ,  History of Medicine ,  Public Health   epidemic encounters  Influenza, Society, and Culture in Canada, 1918-20  edited by  Magda Fahrni and  esyllt W. jones  A p ol it ical bio g raphy ext raor d i nair e ,  Elusive Destiny r e v eal s t he i n ne r working s of t he Lib e ral Par t y i n it s he y day as c har te d t h r o u g h t he me t e -or ic r i s e and fal l of Joh n Napie r T u r ne r. It h ig h -l ig ht s T u r ne r 's v i s ion for t he c o u nt r y and tal l ie s t he p ol it ical pr ic e he paid whe n he de v iate d f r om t he T r u d eau le gac y on mat te r s s uc h as lang uage r ig ht s , s o c ial sp e nd i n g , and Q ue b e c . It al s o pr o -v id e s a new pe r s p e c t i v e on fe d e ral p ol it ic s f r om t he 196 0 s t h r o u g h t he 19 8 0 s whi l e g iv i n g Joh n T u r ne r h i s r ig ht f u l place i n Canadian h i s t or y.  PAUL LITT i s a h i s t or ian at Carle t on Un i v e r s it y i n O t tawa. H i s acc ou nt of Joh n T u r ne r ?s p ol it i -cal car e e r i s base d on exte n s i v e r e s ear c h i n t he T u r ne r pape r s and o t he r arc h ival col l e c -t ion s , c ont e mp orar y jo u r nal i sm , and s c or e s of i nt e r v iews wit h T u r ne r 's f r ie n d s , fam i ly, and c ol l eag ue s . H e al s o s p e nt c on s id e rable t i me wit h T u r ne r h i m s e l f.  reCentLY reLeaSed  O c to b e r 2 011 ,  5 3 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 41 b&w pho t o s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 6 4 - 0   H C $ 3 9.9 5   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 6 7-1   E P U B   $ 3 9. 9 5  Canadian Political Biography ,  Canadian History ,  Biography , Political Science   elusive destiny  The Political Vocation of John Napier Turner paul litt order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     25 geograPHYrUraL StUdieSHeaLtH / rUraL StUdieS Investing in Place i s about c r eat i ng t he fo u nda-t ion s for r e newing nor t h e r n B r it i s h C olu m bia?s r u ral and smal l-t own e c onom ie s . Markey, Hal s e t h , and Mans on arg ue t hat r e newal i s no t about no s talg ic r e l ianc e on t he p ol ic ie s and e c onom ic s t rateg ie s of t he past  rat he r, it i s about bu i l d i n g a prag mat ic and i n no vat iv e v i s ion for de v e l o pm e nt , one t hat acknowle dge s b o t h t he op p or t u n it ie s and t he c hal le nge s p o s e d b y r e s o u r c e de v e l o pm e nt and g l o bal and te c h no l o g i -cal c hange . T he pat h to r e newal l ie s i n place -base d de v e l o pm e nt , i n p e o pl e working to ge t h e r at al l le v e l s of t he c om mu n it y and r e g ion to take advantage of l o cal opp or t u n it ie s i n a su s tainable , r e s p on s i bl e way.  SEAN MARKEY i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he S c ho o l of R e s o u r c e and E nv i r on m e ntal Manage -me nt and t he C e nt r e for S u s tainable C om mu n it y D e v e l o pm e nt at Si mon F rase r Un i v e r s it y.  GREG HALSETH i s a pr ofe s s or of ge o g raphy, d i r e c t or of t he C om mu n it y D e v e l o pm e nt I n s t it ut e , and t he Canada R e s ear c h C hair i n R u ral and Smal l Town S t u d ie s at t he Un i v e r s it y of Nor t h e r n B r it i s h C olu m bia.  DON MANSON i s an adju nc t pr ofe s s or of ge o g raphy and c o or d i nator of t he C om mu n it y D e v e l o pm e nt I n s t it ut e at U N B C .  PreVioUSLY annoUnCed  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  3 3 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 91- 6   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 9 3 - 0   Librar y E - b o ok   Geography ,  Resource Management ,  Community Development ,  Political Economy   investing in place  Economic Renewal in Northern British Columbia  Sean Markey,  G reg halseth, and  don Manson  T he rapid l y c hang i ng nat u r e of l i fe i n Canadian r u ral com mu n it ie s i s mor e t han a si mpl e r e s p on s e to e c onom ic c ond it ion s . P e o pl e l iv i n g i n r u ral place s are par t of a new so c ial age nda c harac te r i z e d b y t ransfor mat ion of l iv e l i h o o d s , land s cape s , and s o c ial r e lat ion s , i nv it i n g u s to r e c on s id e r t he mean i ng s of c om mu n it y, c u lt u r e , and c it i z e n s h ip . T h i s volu m e pr e s e nt s t he work of researchers from a variety of fi elds who explore s o c ial t ransfor mat ion i n r u ral se t t l e m e nt s ac r o s s t he c o u nt r y. T he e s say s c ol l e c t i v e l y ge ne rate a nuanc e d p or t rait of how lo cal for m s of ac t ion , adaptat ion , id e nt it y, and i mag i nat ion are r e s hap -i ng abor ig i nal and non -abor ig i nal c om mu n it ie s of r u ral Canada.  JOHN PARKINS i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of R e s o u r c e E c onom ic s and E nv i r on m e ntal S o c io l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of A l b e r ta.  MAUREEN REED i s a pr ofe s s or i n t he S c ho o l of E nv i r on m e nt and S u s tainabi l it y and t he D e par t me nt of G e o g raphy and Plan n i ng at t he Un i v e r s it y of Saskatc hewan.  neW reLeaSe  D e c e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  3 9 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 8 0 -7   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0    9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 8 2-1   Librar y E - b o ok   Rural Studies, Sustainability ,  Geography, Community Development ,  Sociology  Social transformation in rural canada  New Insights into Community, Cultures, and Collective Action  edited by  john parkins and  Maureen reed  Healt h r e s ear c h i n Canada has mo s t l y fo c u s e d on u r ban areas, of t e n o v e rl o oking t he u n iq u e i s s u e s face d b y Canadians l iv i n g i n r u ral and r e mo t e areas. This volume provides the fi rst compre-h e n s i v e o v e r v iew of t he s tate of r u ral healt h and healt h car e i n Canada. T he c ont r i b ut or s br i ng i n s ig ht s and me t ho d o l o g ie s f r om mu lt ipl e d i s c i -pl i ne s and c om mu n it y- base d r e s ear c h pr o j e c t s to a f u l l s p e c t r u m of topic s : healt h l it e rac y, r u ral healt h - car e de l i v e r y and t rain i ng , A b or ig i nal healt h , web - base d s e r v ic e s and t he i r appl icat ion , r u ral pal l iat iv e car e , and r u ral healt h r e s ear c h and p ol ic y. To ge t h e r, t he s e mu lt i face te d explora-t ion s of t he dy nam ic r e lat ion s h ip b e twee n healt h and place of fe r a valuable r e s o u r c e for u nd e r -s tand i ng t he s p e c ial , e v e r - c hang i ng ne e d s of r u ral com mu n it ie s .  JUDITH C. KULIG i s a r eg i s t e r e d nu r s e and pr ofe s s or wit h i n t he Fac u lt y of Healt h S c ie nc e s at t he Un i v e r s it y of Let hbr id ge .  ALLISON M. WILLIAMS i s a healt h ge o g raphe r and a fac u lt y me m b e r i n t he S c ho o l of G e o g raphy and Ear t h S c ie nc e s at Mc Maste r Un i v e r s it y.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Fe br uar y 201 2 ,  5 6 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 16 g raph s , 3 pho t o g raph s , 4 maps , 3 4 table s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -217 2- 8   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -217 3 - 5   P B $ 3 9.9 5 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2174 -2   Librar y E - b o ok   Health Policy, Rural Studies, Public Health ,  Geography ,  Sociology   health in rural canada  edited by  jud ith c. K uli g and  allison M. W illiams 26      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caCanadian StUdieS / artarCHiteCtUraL HiStorYPLanning I n t h i s r ic h l y i l lu s t rate d b o ok, Margo t F ranc i s explor e s how white ne s s and I nd ige ne it y are ar t ic u late d t h r o u g h fo u r ic on s of Canadian ide nt it y ? t he b eave r, t he rai lway, t he wilde r ne s s of Banf f Nat ional Park, and ? I nd ian ne s s ? ? and t he c ont rad ic t or y and c ont e s t e d mean i ng s t he y e v oke . T he s e s e e m i n g l y b e n ig n , e v e n kit s c hy, i mage s , s he arg ue s , are hau nte d b y id eas about race , masc u l i n it y, and s exual it y t hat c i r c u late d du r i n g t he for mat iv e year s of A ng l o - Canadian nat ion ho o d . Juxtapo si ng t he s e no s talg ic i mage s wit h t he work of c ont e mp orar y Canadian ar t i s t s , s he i nv e s t igate s how eve r y day obj e c t s can b e r e -i mag i ne d to c hal le nge id eas about h i s t or y, me mor y, and nat ional ide nt it y.  MARGOT FRANCIS i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or of wome n?s s t u d ie s and s o c io l o g y at Br o ck Un iv e r s it y.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  2 5 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 3 5 b &w and 10 col o u r pho t o g raph s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 2 5 -7   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 2 6 - 4   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 2 7-1   Librar y E - b o ok   Canadian Studies ,  Art History ,  Gender Studies ,  Sociology, Aboriginal Studies   creative Subversions  Whiteness, Indigeneity, and the National Imaginary Margot Francis  A r c h it e c t u r e play s a power f u l r ol e i n nat ion bu i l d i n g . B u i l d i n g s and monu m e nt s no t on l y c on -stitute the built fabric of society, they refl ect the i nt e r s e c t ion of c u lt u r e , p ol it ic s , e c onom ic s , and aes t he t ic s i n d i s t i nc t s o c ial s e t t i n g s and d i s t i nc t times. From fi rst contact to the postmodern city, t h i s ant hol o g y t race s t he i nt e rac t ion b e twee n culture and politics as refl ected in Canadian arc h it e c t u r e and t he i n f rast r u c t u r e of or d i nar y l ife . W he t h e r fo c u s i n g on t he c on s t r u c t ion of Parl iame nt or explor i n g t he id eas of Mar shal l M cLu han and A r t hu r E r ickson , t he s e h ig h l y or ig i nal e s say s mo v e b e y on d c on s id e rat ion s of aut hor s h ip and s t y l e to add r e s s c u lt u ral p ol it ic s and i n s ig ht s f r om race and ge nd e r s t u d ie s and f r om p o s t c o l on ial and spat ial t he or y.  RHODRI WINDSOR LISCOMBE i s an asso c iate dean of g raduate s t u d ie s and a pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of A r t H i s t or y, V i s ual A r t and T he or y at t he Un i v e r s it y of B r it i s h C olu m bia.    neW in PaPerBaCK  O c to b e r 2 01 2 ,  5 3 6 page s ,  6 x 9 " 1 30 b &w i l lu s t rat ion s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -19 3 9 - 8   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -19 4 0 - 4   P B $ 3 9.9 5 Canadian Architecture  ,  Canadian Art & Design, Canadian History, Urban Studies & Planning    arch itecture and the canadian Fabric  edited by  rhodr i W indsor liscombe  S ub u r ban izat ion , affor dable ho u s i n g , mass t ransp or tat ion , l o s s of fe r t i l e land s ? t he s e are mo d e r n pr o bl e m s , ye t t he y are no t new. T homas A dams g rappl e d wit h t he s e same i s s u e s nearly a ce nt u r y ago, whe n he wrote  a bo ok t hat qu ickly b e came a touc h s t one for plan ne r s and plan-ning in Canada. Reprinted for the fi rst time and up date d wit h c om m e ntar ie s b y l ead i ng Canadian planners, this book highlights Adams? infl uence on t he plan n i ng pr ofe s s ion and t he c ont i nu e d r e l -e vanc e of h i s c ompr e h e n s i v e v i s ion for plan n i ng  to mo v e b e y on d t he de mand s of t he mome nt to e m brace long- t e r m s t rateg ie s for bu i l d i n g s t r on -ge r r u ral com mu n it ie s .  WAYNE J. CALDWELL i s a pr ofe s s or of r u ral plan-n i ng i n t he S c ho o l of E nv i r on m e ntal D e s ig n and R u ral D e v e l o pm e nt at t he Un i v e r s it y of Gue l ph .  neW in PaPerBaCK  Aug u s t 2 01 2 ,  42 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 8 0 i l lu s t rat ion s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -192 3 -7   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -192 4 - 4   P B $ 3 9.9 5 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -192 5 -1   Librar y E - b o ok   Planning ,  Historical Geography, Canadian Urban & Regional Politics   rediscovering thomas adams  Rural Planning and Development in Canada  edited by  Wayne j. caldwell order online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     27 Canadian StUdieS / SoCioLogYSoCioLogY / Women'S StUdieSreSearCH metHodoLogY Wome n ear n nearly half of al l new Ph D s i n Canada, t he Un it e d S tate s , Au s t ral ia, New Zealand , and t he Un it e d Kingd om . W hy, t he n , do t he y o c c up y a d i s pr o p or t ionate nu m b e r of t he j u n ior - l e v e l u n i v e r s it y p o s it ion s whi l e me n o c c up y 8 0 p e r c e nt of t he mor e pr e s t ig io u s j o b s? Mau r e e n Baker d raws on cand id i nt e r v iews wit h male and fe male s c holar s , pr e v io u s r e s ear c h , and he r own t h i r t y- e ig ht-y ear acade m ic car e e r to explain t he r eason s b e h i n d t h i s i ne q ual it y. S he arg ue s t hat c u r r e nt u n i v e r s it y pr ior it ie s and c ol -l e g ial r e lat ion s of t e n mag n if y t he i mpac t of ge n -d e r e d fam i l ie s and ide nt it ie s and p e r p e t uate t he ge nd e r gap. T rac i ng t he e v olut ion of u n i v e r s it y priorities and practices, Baker reveals signifi -cant and p e r s i s t e nt d i f fe r e nc e s i n j o b s e c u r it y, working ho u r s , rank, salar y, jo b sat i sfac t ion , and car e e r l e ng t h b e twee n male and fe male s c holar s . MAUREEN BAKER i s a pr ofe s s or of s o c io l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of Auckland i n New Z ealand .  neW reLeaSe  S e p t e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  216 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 9 6 - 8   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 9 8 -2   Librar y E - b o ok   Sociology & Gender ,  Sociology of Work & Labour ,  Women's Studies ,  Family & Childhood Studies  academic careers and the Gender Gap  Maureen Baker  Fe m i n i s t c om mu n it y r e s ear c h i s a col laborat iv e me t ho d o l o g y t hat hol d s t he pr om i s e of bu i l d i n g a mor e ju s t s o c ie t y. B ut i n t he abs e nc e of c r it i -cal analy si s and r e s p on s i bl e u s e of p ower, t he appr oac h can lead to naive or har mf u l prac t ic e s . T h i s i nt e r d i s c ipl i nar y volu m e acknowle dge s t he c hal le nge s t hat r e s ear c he r s can e nc o u nt e r, and d i s c u s s e s s t rateg ie s t hat have b e e n e mpl o y e d to o v e r c om e t he m . B y s har i ng c ol l e c t i v e wisdom gaine d f r om r e s ear c h among d iv e r s e g r o up s  f r om i m m ig rant and A b or ig i nal wome n i n Vanc o u v e r to p o v e r t y- r e du c t ion prac t it ione r s i n V ie t nam  t h i s b o ok wil l he l p r e s ear c he r s and go v-e r n m e nt age nc ie s bu i l d b e t t e r br id ge s b e twee n r e s ear c h i n s t it ut ion s and c om mu n it ie s .  GILLIAN CREESE i s a pr ofe s s or of s o c io l o g y and t he d i r e c t or of t he C e nt r e for Wome n?s and G e nd e r S t u d ie s at t he Un i v e r s it y of B r it i s h C olu m bia.  WENDY FRISBY i s a pr ofe s s or i n t he S c ho o l of Hu man Kine t ic s and past c hair of t he Wome n?s and G e nd e r S t u d ie s pr o g ram at t he Un i v e r s it y of B r it i s h C olu m bia.  neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  26 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 8 5 -1   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 8 6 - 8   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 0 8 7- 5   Librar y E - b o ok   Research Methodology, Sociology, Health, Anthropology ,  Women's Studies   Feminist community research  Case Studies and Methodologies  edited by  G illian creese and  Wendy F r isby  Mu s l i m c om mu n it ie s have b e c om e i nc r easi ng l y sal ie nt i n t he s o c ial , c u lt u ral , and p ol it ical land-s cape i n Canada large ly due to t he af te r mat h of 9/11 and t he rac ial p ol it ic s of t he ongoi n g ?war on te r r or ? t hat have cast Mu s l i m s as t he new ?e ne my wit h i n .? Feat u r i ng s ome of Canada?s top Mu s l i m S t u d ie s s c holar s , Islam in the Hinterlands exami ne s how ge nd e r, pu bl ic p ol ic y, me d ia, and e ducat ion s hape t he Mu s l i m expe r ie nc e i n Canada. A t i me l y volu m e add r e s s i n g s ome of t he mo s t ho t l y c ont e s t e d i s s u e s i n r e c e nt c u lt u ral h i s t or y, it wil l b e e s s e nt ial r ead i ng for acade m ic s as wel l as ge ne ral r eade r s i nt e r e s t e d i n I s lam ic s t u d ie s , mu lt ic u lt u ral i sm , and s o c ial ju s t ic e .  JASMIN ZINE i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or of s o c io l o g y and t he Mu s l i m S t u d ie s O p t ion at W i l f r id Laur ie r Un i v e r s it y.  reCentLY reLeaSed  Apr i l 2 01 2 ,  3 4 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 7 2- 5   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 2 74 - 9   Librar y E - b o ok   Canadian Studies, Sociology, Asian Diaspora ,  Media Studies ,  Multiculturalism & Transnationalism ,  Race & Transnationalism in Politics   islam in the hinterlands  Muslim Cultural Politics in Canada  edited by  jasmin Zine 28      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caCHiLd, YoUtH, & famiLY StUdieSCHiLd, YoUtH, & famiLY StUdieSCHiLd, YoUtH, & famiLY StUdieS C r it ical and p o s t m o d e r n p e r s p e c t i v e s have been largely underexplored in the fi eld of child and yout h car e . T h i s b o ok add r e s s e s t he gap, showcasi ng c ut t i n g- e d ge appr oac he s to p ol ic y, p e dagog y, and prac t ic e f r om d iv e r s e p e r s p e c t i v e s and pr ofe s s ional s e t t i n g s . T he aut hor s c hal le nge de e p - s eate d ass u mp t ion s about c h i l d and yo ut h car e b y r e i nt e r pr e t i n g c or e c onc e p t s s uc h as e t h ic s and out c om e s and raisi ng q ue s t ion s about u nd e rl y i n g goal s and pr e m i s e s . Can t he e nd s of prac t ic e b e s e parate d f r om t he means? For whos e benefi t are interventions designed? By recogniz-ing a range of social and political infl uences on c h i l d r e n and yo ut h , t h i s volu m e b ear s wit ne s s to exc it i ng de v e l o pm e nt s i n c h i l d and yo ut h car e .  ALAN PENCE i s U N E S C O C hair for Early C h i l d h o o d E du cat ion , Car e and D e v e l o pm e nt , and a pr ofe s s or i n t he S c ho o l of C h i l d and Yo ut h Car e at t he Un i v e r s it y of V ic t or ia.  JENNIFER WHITE i s an asso c iate pr ofe s s or i n t he S c ho o l of C h i l d and Yo ut h Car e at t he Un i v e r s it y of V ic t or ia.    neW in PaPerBaCK  Ju ly 2 01 2 ,  26 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 3 0 - 8   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 31- 5   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -21 3 2-2   Librar y E - b o ok   Family & Childhood Studies, Early Childhood Education   child and youth care  Critical Perspectives on Pedagogy, Practice, and Policy  edited by  alan pence and  jennifer W h ite  P o v e r t y and u ne mpl o y m e nt are on t he r i s e among Canadian yout h . Reimagining Intervention in Young Lives lo oks at t he i s s u e f r om t he p e r s p e c t i v e of t ho s e mo s t affe c t e d , revealing the diffi culties young people encounter wit h t he ?s up p or t s y s t e m .? I n - d e p t h i nt e r v iews with forty-fi ve young people in Ottawa reveal t hat s olut ion s do exis t , pr e d icate d on r e c o g n it ion t hat t he pr o bl e m l ie s no t wit h i nc or r ig i bl e yo ut h , but wit h a so c ial-aid s t r u c t u r e t hat i mp o s e s bar -r ie r s to s uc c e s s . I nt e r v e nt ion i s ne c e s sar y, arg ue t he aut hor s , but no t s o muc h i n t he l iv e s of yo u ng p e o pl e as i n t he fau lt y s t r u c t u r e s t hat i nc or r e c t l y pr e s u m e how t he y i nt e r pr e t r i sk, p o v e r t y, and t he i r own p o te nt ial .  KAREN R. FOSTER i s a po s t- d o c t oral r e s ear c h fe l l ow wit h t he G e nd e r and Work Database and t he C omparat iv e P e r s p e c t i v e s on P r e car io u s E mpl o y m e nt Database at York Un iv e r s it y.  DALE C. SPENCER i s a po s t- d o c t oral fe l l ow in t he D e par t me nt of S o c io l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of A l b e r ta.  PreVioUSLY annoUnCed  Aug u s t 2 01 2 ,  216 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 3 0 -2   H C $ 9 0 . 0 0 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 3 3 2- 6   Librar y E - b o ok   Family & Childhood Studies, Sociology of Work & Labour ,  Canadian Social Policy   reimagining intervention in young lives  Work, Social Assistance, and Marginalization Karen r. Foster and  dale c. Spencer Father Involvement in Canada br i ng s to ge t h e r mor e t han a doz e n l ead i ng s c holar s of fat he rho o d i s s u e s to exami ne t he r ol e of t he Canadian fat he r. T he y l o ok at t he expe r ie nc e s of fat he r s f r om al l ang l e s , c on s id e r i n g d i f fe r e nt age s , e t h n ic it ie s , mar ital stat u s e s , and e c onom ic bracket s , and exami n i ng i s s u e s s uc h as t he i mpac t of p o v e r t y, acc e s s to pate r n it y l eave , and t he avai labi l it y of s up p or t f r om s o c ial i n s t it ut ion s . B y c oale s c -i n g t he s e appr oac he s , t he b o ok c r eate s a map of i nt e rl o cking i nd i v idual , fami l ial , and s o c io -e c onom ic s y s t e m s i n whic h fat he r s are e mb e d -d e d . Nat ional i n s c o p e ,  Fatherhood Involvement in Canada is the fi rst book to summarize and c hal le nge c u r r e nt s c holar s h ip of Canadian fat he rho o d and of fe r new conc e p t s , t he or e t ical f rameworks, and r e s ear c h d i r e c t ion s .  JESSICA BALL i s a pr ofe s s or i n t he S c ho o l of C h i l d and Yo ut h Car e at t he Un i v e r s it y of V ic t or ia.  KERRY DALY i s dean of t he C ol l e ge of S o c ial and A ppl ie d Hu man S c ie nc e s at t he Un i v e r s it y of Gue l ph .     neW reLeaSe  D e c e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  2 8 8 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 0 0 -2   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 0 2- 6   Librar y E - b o ok   Family & Childhood Studies ,  Parenting ,  Sociology ,  Psychology  ,  Educational Policy & Theory ,  Social Work   Father involvement in canada  Diversity, Renewal, and Transformation  edited by  jessica Ball and  Kerr y j. daly FATHER INVOLVEMENT IN CANADADiversity, Renewal, and Transformationedited byJessica Ball and Kerry J. Dalyorder online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     29 teCHnoLogYCHiLd, YoUtH, & famiLY StUdieS New te c h no l o g ie s and t he s c ie nc e t hat c r eate d t he m have t ransfor m e d ou r l iv e s , p o s i n g c hal le nge s as to how te c h no l o g ical c hange can b e b e t t e r i nt e g rate d i n s o c ie t y.  R e c o g n it ion of t he s e i s s u e s has le d to d i f fe r e nt ways of e ngag i ng t he pu bl ic i n t he ass e s s m e nt and r e g u lat ion of e me r g i n g te c h no l o g ie s . T h i s b o ok put s t he s u b j e c t of pu bl ic s and t he i r e ngage me nt i n e me r g i n g te c h no l o g ie s on a r ob u s t t he or e t ical fo o t i n g . W it h a st r ong , t ho u g h no t exc lu s i v e , fo c u s on ge nom ic te c h no l o g ie s , l ead i ng t he or i s t s and prac t it ione r s in the fi eld provide precise and clear insights into t h e key i s s u e s i n pu bl ic par t ic ipat ion s t u d ie s , i nc lu d i n g e t h ic s , pr o c e s s , and pr i nc ipl e s of knowle dge d i s t r i b ut ion i n de mo c rat ic s o c ie t ie s .  KIERAN O?DOHERTY i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or i n t he D e par t me nt of P s y c h o l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of Gue l ph .  EDNA EINSIEDEL i s a pr ofe s s or of c om mu n icat ion s t u d ie s i n t he D e par t me nt of C om mu n icat ion and C u lt u r e at t he Un i v e r s it y of Calgar y.  neW reLeaSe  D e c e m b e r 2 01 2 ,  3 2 0 page s ,  6 x 9 " 9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 6 0 - 6   H C $ 9 5 . 0 0   9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2 4 6 2- 0   Librar y E - b o ok   Technology & Society ,  Law ,  Political Science ,  Science & Technology ,  Sociology   public engagement and emerging technologies  edited by  K ieran o'doherty and  edna einsiedel  C onc e r n s about de c l i n i n g fe r t i l it y rate s are matc he d on l y b y fear s t hat c h i l d h o o d i s b e i ng de s t r o y e d b y mo d e r n par e nt i n g prac t ic e s . T h i s mu lt id i s c ipl i nar y volu m e of fe r s a mor e balanc e d , l e s s alar m i s t p e r s p e c t i v e on t he mean i ng s and i mpl icat ion s of t he s e i s s u e s . C ont rar y to pr e d ic -t ion s about t he e nd of c h i l d r e n and t he e nd of c h i l d h o o d , t he s e i nv e s t igat ion s of de v e l o pm e nt s i n Canada and t he Un it e d S tate s , and to a le s s e r exte nt e l s ewhe r e i n t he worl d , s how t hat fe r t i l it y rate s and ideas about c h i l d r e n and c h i l d h o o d are no t u n i for m but rat he r var y arou nd t he g l o b e base d on fac tor s s uc h as t i me , c u lt u r e , c lass , i nc om e , and age .  NATHANAEL LAUSTER i s an assi s tant pr ofe s s or of s o c io l o g y at t he Un i v e r s it y of B r it i s h C olu m bia.  GRAHAM ALLAN i s pr ofe s s or e me r it u s of s o c io l -o g y at Kee l e Un i v e r s it y i n t he Un it e d Kingd om .    neW in PaPerBaCK  D e c e m b e r 2 011 ,  21 2 page s ,  6 x 9 " 14 g raph s and 3 table s  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -2192- 6   H C $ 8 5 . 0 0  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -219 3 - 3   P B $ 3 2 .9 5  9 7 8 - 0 -7 74 8 -219 4 - 0   Librar y E - b o ok   Family & Childhood Studies ,  Sociology of Gender & Family  the  end of children?  Changing Trends in Childbearing and Childhood  edited by  nathanael lauster and  G raham allan reCent PaPerBaCK reLeaSeS Oral History on Trial  R e c o g n i z i n g A b o r i g i nal Nar rat i v e s i n t h e C o u r t s  Bruce Granville Miller  2012 ,  212 pp. ,  6 x 9 " 978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2 0 71-4  PB $ 29 . 9 5     First Person Plural  A b o r i g i nal S t o r y t e l l i n g and t h e E t h i c s o f C o l lab o rat i v e A u t h o r s h i p  Sophie McCall  2012 ,  268 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1980- 0  PB $ 32 . 9 5     The Many Voyages of Arthur Wellington Clah  A T s i m s h ian Man o n t h e Pac i f i c N o r t hwes t C oas t  Peggy Brock  2011 ,  324 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 19 pho t o g raphs, 4 maps  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2 0 0 6 - 6  PB $ 29 . 9 5    Nooksack Place Names  G e o g rap h y , C u l t u r e , and Lang uag e  Allan Richardson and Brent Galloway  2012 ,  248 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2 0 4 6 - 2  PB $ 29 . 9 5    New Possibilities for the Past  S hap i n g H i s t o r y E d u cat i o n i n Canada  Penney Clark, ed.  2012 ,  408 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2 0 5 9 - 2  PB $  34 . 9 5     Labour at the Lakehead  E t h n i c i t y , S o c ial i s m , and P o l i t i c s , 19 0 0 - 3 5  Michel S. Beaulieu  2012 ,  316 pp. ,  6 x 9 " 10 b&w fi gures  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2 0 0 2 - 8  PB $  32 . 9 5   30      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.ca Wife to Widow  Liv e s , Laws, and P o l i t i c s i n N i n e t e e n t h - C e n t u r y M o n t r eal  Bettina Bradbury  2012 ,  520 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 2 maps, 38 b&w phot o s , 18 graphs, 3 tables  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1952 - 7  PB $  39 . 9 5    The Way of the Bachelor  Earl y C h i n e s e S e t t l e m e n t i n Man i t o ba  Alison R. Marshall  2012 ,  248 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1916-9  PB $  32 . 9 5    Asian Religions and Society Series  Wet Prairie  P e o p l e , Land , and Wat e r i n A g r i c u l t u ral Man i t o ba  Shannon Stunden Bower  2012 ,  264 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 10 maps  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1853 - 7  PB $  34 . 9 5   Nature | History | Society Series  Defence and Discovery  Canada?s M i l i tar y S pac e P r o g ram , 19 4 5 - 7 4  Andrew B. Godefroy  2012 ,  240 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1960- 2  PB $  32 . 9 5    Studies in Canadian Military History Series    Pub l i s h e d in assoc iation with the Canadian War Mus e u m  Corps Commanders  F i v e B r i t i s h and Canadian G e n e ral s at War, 193 9 - 4 5  Douglas E. Delaney  2012 ,  408 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 18 b&w phot o s , 17 maps  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2 0 9 0 - 5  PB $ 34 . 9 5 Studies in Canadian Military History Series    Pub l i s h e d in assoc iation with the Canadian War Mus e u m  Orienting Canada  Race , E m p i r e , and t h e T ran s pac i f i c  John Price  2012 ,  464 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 20 b &w phot o s , 1 map  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1984- 8  PB $ 34 . 9 5     Faith, Politics, and Sexual Diversity in Canada and the United States  David Rayside and Clyde Wilcox, eds.  2012 ,  480 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 33 tables , 18 graphs and diagrams  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2 010-3  PB $ 34 . 9 5     Judging Homosexuals  A H i s t o r y o f Gay P e r s e c u t i o n i n Q u e b e c and F ran c e  Patrice Corriveau  2012 ,  244 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 7 tables , 1 map  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1721-9  PB $ 29 . 9 5   Sexuality Studies Series  Code Politics  Campai g n s and C u l t u r e s o n t h e Canadian P rai r i e s  Jared J. Wesley  2012 ,  320 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 6 text fi gures  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2 0 7 5 - 2  PB $ 32 . 9 5   Grassroots Liberals  O r gan i z i n g f o r Lo cal and Nat i o nal P o l i t i c s  Royce Koop  2012 ,  228 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 9 tables and 4 fi gures ( g raphs)  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2 0 9 8 -1  PB $ 29 . 9 5    Property, Territory, Globalization  S t r u g g l e s o v e r A u t o n o m y  William D. Coleman, ed.  2012 ,  320 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2 018-9  PB $ 32 . 9 5Globalization + Autonomy Series Globalization and Autonomy Series The Freedom of Security  G o v e r n i n g Canada i n t h e A g e o f C o u n t e r -T e r r o r i s m  Colleen Bell  2012 ,  216 pp. ,  6 x 9 " 978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1826-1  PB $ 32 . 9 5   Law and Society Series  Corporate Social Responsibility and the State  I n t e r nat i o nal A p p r oac h e s t o F o r e s t C o - R e g u lat i o n  Jane Lister  2012 ,  304 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 38 fi gures, 48 tables  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2 0 3 4 - 9  PB $ 34 . 9 5   Globalization and Local Adaptation in International Trade Law  Pitman B. Potter and Ljiljana Biukovic, eds.  2012 ,  320 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 5 graphs, 4 tables  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1904- 6  PB $ 34 . 9 5    Asia Pacifi c Legal Culture and Globalization Series  Transforming Law's Family  T h e Le gal R e c o g n i t i o n o f P lan n e d Le s b ian M o t h e r h o o d  Fiona Kelly  2012 ,  232 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1964 - 0  PB $ 29 . 9 5  Law and Society Series  Westward Bound  S ex, V i o l e n c e , t h e Law, and t h e Makin g o f a S e t t l e r S o c i e t y  Lesley Erickson  2012 ,  360 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 13 b& w phot o s & ill u s t ration s , 3 maps, 12 tables  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1859- 9  PB $  34 . 9 5    Law & Society Series  Feminist Ethics and Social Policy  T oward s a N ew Gl o bal P o l i t i cal E c o n o m y o f Car e  Rianne Mahon and Fiona Robinson , eds. 2012 ,  244 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2106- 3  PB $ 32 . 9 5    Health Inequities in Canada  I n t e r s e c t i o nal F ram eworks and P rac t i c e s  Olena Hankivsky, ed.  2012 ,  412 pp. ,  6 x 9 " 978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1976- 3  PB $ 39 . 9 5     reCent PaPerBaCK reLeaSeSorder online @ www.ubcpress.ca     |    FALL 2012     31 reCent PaPerBaCK reLeaSeSindeX of aUtHor nameS Keeping the Nation's House  D o m e s t i c Manage m e n t and t h e Makin g o f M o d e r n C h i na  Helen M. Schneider  2012 ,  336 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 16 pho t o s , 1 map  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1998- 5  PB $  3 4 . 9 5    Eating Bitterness  N ew Pe r s p e c t i v e s o n C h i na's G r eat Leap F o rward and Fam i n e  Kimberley Ens Manning and Felix Wemheuer , eds. 2012 ,  336 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1727 -1  PB $  3 4 . 9 5   Contemporary Chinese Studies Series  Beyond Suffering  R e c o u n t i n g War i n M o d e r n C h i na  James Flath and Norman Smith, eds.  2012 ,  328 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 5 b&w phot o s , 2 maps, 3 tables  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 -1956 - 5  PB $  3 4 . 9 5   Contemporary Chinese Studies Series  Xavier's Legacies  Cath o l i c i s m i n M o d e r n Japane s e C u l t u r e  Kevin M. Doak, ed.  2012 ,  232 p p . ,  6 x 9 " 5 tables  978 - 0 - 7 7 4 8 - 2 0 2 2 - 6  PB $  3 4 . 9 5   Asian Religions and Society Series aAbergel, Elisabeth  14Allan, Graham  31Anderson, Christopher16Atleo, E. Richard  12BBaldwin, Andrew  12Baker, Maureen  27Ball, Jessica  30Beaman, Lori  5Bilodeau, Antoine  17Bittle, Steven  4Blidook, Kelly  18Boudreau, Michael  7Boyd, David  3Bradford, Tolly  11Burtch, Andrew  24cCaldwell, Wayne  28Cameron, Laura  12Clancy, Peter  14Coleman, William  20Craig, Elaine  8Creese, Gillian  29Currie, John  7Cuthbertson, Wendy  24dDaly, Kerry  30DeVries, Laura  5Dick, Caroline  19Downie, Jocelyn  8Drakulic, Slobodan  20eEinsiedel, Edna  31Eisenberg, Avigail  19Essid, Yassine  20FFahrni, Magda  26Fleras, Augie  22Forsyth, Janice  10Foster, Karen  30Francis, Margot  28Fraser, Tina Ngaroimata  9Frisby, Wendy  29GGalois, Robert  11Gavigan, Shelley  4Giasson, Thierry  17Giles, Audrey  10Glassford, Sarah  23hHale, Geoffrey  16Haley, David  13Halseth, Greg  27Harrison, Trevor  20Hoberg, George  13jJohnston, Hugh  26Jones, Esyllt  26KKanji, Mebs  17Kelm, Mary-Ellen  25Kenny, Carolyn  9King, Richard  21Kobayashi, Audrey  12Kozolanka, Kirsten  22Krikorian, Jacqueline D.  6Kuijt, Ian  11Kulig, Judith  27Kymlicka, Will  19lLaforest, Rachel  20Larsen, Mike  6Lauster, Nathanael  31Lawrence, Bonita  10Lees-Marshment, Jennifer  17Lenard, Patti Tamara  15Liscombe, Rhodri Windsor  28Litt, Paul  18Llewellyn, Jennifer  8Luckert, Martin  13MMacdowell, Laurel Sefton  12MacRae, Rod  14Malleck, Dan  26Manson, Don  27Markey, Sean  27Marland, Alex  17Mazepa, Patricia  22Meehan, John  25Meren, David  18Milward, David  4Montbrial, Thierry de  16Morito, Bruce  10oO'Doherty, Kieran  31pParkins, John  27Pearse, Peter  13Pence, Alan  30Perreault, Pamela  9Perrin, Benjamin  6Preece, Rod  21Prentiss, Anna Marie  11Provost, Ren?  7rReed, Maureen  27Ridington, Jillian  9Ridington, Robin  9Robertson, Leslie  8Roth, K?the  20Roy, Patricia  25SSarathy, Brinda  24Scotto, Thomas  17Shaw, Amy  23Simeon, Richard  15Skinner, David  22Smith, Norman  21Spencer, Dale  30Stoddart, Mark  15tThorpe, Jocelyn  13Tindall, D.B.  9Triadafi lopoulos, Triadafi los  17Trosper, Ronald  9uUmeek  12WWaddewitz, Lissa  14Wakelam, Randall  23Walby, Kevin  6Walker, Kathryn  19Wang, Juan  22Westra, Laura  3White, Jennifer  30Wilford, Timothy  23Williams, Allison  27Winfi eld, Mark  15Woo, Grace Li Xiu  5ZZhang, Daowei  13Zine, Jasmin  2932      FALL 2012     |     order online @ www.ubcpress.caordering informationorderscanadaU T P D i s t r i b ut ion  5 2 01 D u f fe r i n S t r e e t  Tor ont o , O ntar io M 3 H 5 T 8P h one :  1 8 0 0 5 6 5 9 5 2 3 / 416 6 6 7 7 7 91 Fax:  1 8 0 0 2 21 9 9 8 5 / 416 6 6 7 7 8 3 2 E -mai l :  ut p b o oks@ ut pr e s s .ut or ont o . caOr de r on l i ne at www.ubcpress.cauSaUn i v e r s it y of Wash i ng t on P r e s s c/o Hopkins Fulfillment Service P O B ox 5 0 3 7 0 Balt i mor e , M D  21 211- 4 3 7 0 U S AP h one :  1 8 0 0 5 3 7 5 4 8 7 / 410 516 69 5 6 E -mai l :   hf s c u s t s e r v @ pr e s s . j hu . e du uK , e urope, Mi ddle eaSt, and aFr ica E u r o s pan Gr o up  c /o T u r pi n D i s t r i b ut ion P e gasu s D r i v e  S t rat ton B u s i ne s s Park Big g l e swade , B e d for d s h i r e S G18 8 T Q , UKPhone :  4 4 0 ( 2 0 ) 176 7 6 0 49 7 2 Fax:  4 4 0 ( 2 0 ) 176 7 6 016 4 0 E -mai l :  e u r o s pan@ t u r pi n - d i s t r i b ut ion . c omSouth aMe ricaC e l s o Fon s e caS B S - S p e c ial B o ok Se r v ic e sAv. Casa Ve r d e , 4 6 3S ? o Pau lo ? S P - B rasi lC E P 0 2 519 - 0 0 0P h one :  ( 5 5 +11) 2 2 3 8 4 4 8 0E mai l :  cfon s e ca@sb s . c om . braSia (eX . chi na, taiW an, K orea,  honG K onG) and the paciFi c  (incl. a uStralia and neW Z ealand)R o y d e n Mu ranaka  East We s t Expor t B o oks 2 8 4 0 Kolowalu S t r e e t H onolu lu , Hawaii 9 6 8 2 2 U S AP h one :  8 0 8 9 5 6 8 8 3 0  Fax:  8 0 8 9 8 8 6 0 5 2 E -mai l :  ewe b@hawaii . e duchina, honG K onG, K orea,  and taiW anA s ia P ubl i s h e r s S e r v ic e s Ltd . 16/F Wing Fat Commercial Building218 Aberdeen Main RoadAberdeen, Hong KongTel:  852 2553 9289 / 2553 9280Fax:  852 2554 2912  E-mail:  aps_hk@asiapubs.com.hk e-booksI n d i v idual s can now ob tain U B C P r e s s t it l e s i n e - b o ok for mat f r om G o o g l e . O u r new t it l e s are r e l ease d as e - b o oks shor t l y af te r pr i nt pu bl icat ion .  U B C P r e s s t it l e s are avai lable to l i brar ie s i n e - b o ok ( p d f ) for mat on I ng ram C ont e nt Gr o up?s M y iL ibrar y platfor m , t h r o u g h t he e brar y i nt e r face , and t h r o u g h E B S C O. E - b o ok te c h no l o g y and avai labi l it y i s c on s tant ly c hang i ng . Pl ease c ont i nu e to c he ck ou r websit e at www.ub c pr e s s . ca for mor e i n for mat ion on ou r e - b o ok pr o g ram . If you don?t find what you are looking for, or have q ue s t ion s about U B C P r e s s e - b o oks i n ge ne ral , pl ease c ontac t Laraine Coates, market i ng manage r, c oate s @ u b c pr e s s . ca. examination copiesU B C P r e s s i nv it e s fac u lt y me m b e r s to write , on de par t me ntal le t t e rh ead or v ia a de par t me ntal e mai l add r e s s , to r e q u e s t t he t it l e yo u wish to c on s id e r for c o u r s e adop t ion . Pl ease s tate t he c o u r s e name , s e me s t e r, ant ic ipate d e n r ol m e nt , and t he b o ok c u r r e nt l y i n u s e . Pape r back t it l e s of i nt e r e s t for c o u r s e s may b e avai lable b efor e t he i r pape r back r e l ease date . Pl ease c ontac t Harmony Johnson,  acade m ic sale s manage r, j oh n s on@ u b c pr e s s . ca, 6 0 4 . 8 2 2 . 5 3 7 0 , or tol l f r e e 1 . 8 7 7. 3 7 7. 9 3 7 8 .U B C P r e s s c har g e s a s h i p p i n g and hand l i n g f e e f o r eac h exam i nat i o n c o p y r e q u e s t e d . I n Canada t h e f e e i s $ 8 . 5 0 p e r t i t l e ; i n t h e U S , $1 5 . 0 0 ; and e l s ewhe r e , $ 2 5 . 0 0 . P l eas e i n c l u d e pay m e n t wit h y o u r r e q u e s t . T hank y o u .review copiesP l ease s u bm it r e v iew r e q u e s t s to  Kerry Kilmartin, r e v iews co or d i nator,  kil mar t i n@ u b c pr e s s . ca, Fax: 6 0 4 . 8 2 2 . 6 0 8 3A l l exami nat ion and r e v iew cop y r e q u e s t s are pr o v id e d at t he pu bl i s h e r ?s d i s c r e t ion .rightsitalian lanG uaG e riGh tS S t u d io Nabu  V ia San R omano 6 0  5 01 3 5 S e t t ig nano ( F l or e nc e) Italy Phone :  (0 5 5 ) 69 7 517; Fax: (0 5 5 ) 69 7 6 2 6 E -mai l :  i n f o @ s t u d ionabu . itjapaneSe lanG uaG e riGh tSTaeko Nagats uka Toy o d o Ji n b o c h o , No 2 B l d g 1-2 7 Kanda Ji nb o c h o C h iy o da-Ku Tokyo, 101- 0 0 51 Japan Phone :  3 3 2 9 5 0 3 01 Fax:  3 3 2 9 4 517 3returnsP e r m i s s ion to r e t u r n i s no t r e q u i r e d . C u r r e n t e d i t i o n s of c l ean , r e - saleabl e b o oks ar e e l i g i b l e fo r c r e d i t at i n v o i c e d i s c o u n t i f r e t u r n e d n o t l e s s t han 3 mo n t h s n o r m o r e t han 1 2 mon t h s f r o m p u r c has e date . I n v o i c e nu m b e r s mu s t b e s up p l i e d . C D s ar e no n - r e t u r nabl e u n l e s s ar r i v e d damage d . Damage d b o oks , s h o r t s h i p m e n t s , or  e r r o r s mu s t b e r e p o r t e d wit h i n 10 day s  of s h i p p i n g date . catalogues SuBScription & inQ uirieSYo u can download e l e c t r on ic c opie s of ou r s easonal and s u b j e c t catalog u e s f r om ou r websit e , www.ubcpress.ca.   To r e c e i v e a pr i nt c op y of any of ou r catalog u e s , or to r e c e i v e no t ic e t hat a  new catalog u e i s avai lable for download, pl ease s u b s c r i b e v ia ou r on l i ne for m at  www.ubcpress.ca. For mor e i n for mat ion , c ontac t frontdesk@ubcpress.ca .oniX  / BiBlioGr aphic dataFor mor e i n for mat ion , c ontac t Murray Tong, bi bl io g raph ic data co or d i nator,  tong @ u b c pr e s s . ca.  Co-winner, 2 0 1 2K .d. Sri v a s t a v a Pri z eCo-winner, 2 0 1 2 K.d. Sri v a s t a v a Pri z eShortlisted, 2 0 1 2 Can a d a Pri z e i n Soc i a l Sci e n c e s,  Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social SciencesFinalist, 2011 gabr i e l l e roy Pri z e, Canadian and Quebec LiteraturesShortlisted, 2011 Canadian abor i g i n a l His t o r y Boo k Pri z e, Canadian Historical AssociationShortlisted, 2012 J o h n W. daf o e Boo k Pri z e, J .W. Dafoe FoundationShortlisted, 2012 Cana d i a n Pol i t i c a l His t o r y Boo k Pri z e, Canadian Historical AssociationShortlisted, 2012 Cana d i a n Pol i t i c a l His t o r y Boo k Pri z e,  Canadian Historical AssociationShortlisted, 2 0 1 2 J o h n a. macd o n a l d Boo k Pri z e, Canadian Historical Association Shortlisted, 2012 Cana d i a n Pol i t i c a l His t o r y Boo k Pri z e,  Canadian Historical AssociationShortlisted, 2012 Donald Smi l e y Pri z e,  Canadian Political Science AssociationWinner, 2 0 12 Pie r r e Sava r d awa r d, International Council of Canadian StudiesShortlisted, 2 0 12 J o h n W. daf o e Boo k Pri z e, J.W. Dafoe FoundationShortlisted, 2 0 12 J o h n a. macd o n a l d Boo k Pri z e,  Canadian Historical AssociationuBc press congratulates our pr i ze-winning and nominated authorsthe university of British columbia press2029 West MallVancouver, Bc  V6t 1Z2diStriButed in the united StateS By the uniVerSity oF WaShinGton preSS

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/dsp.641.1-0102646/manifest

Comment

Related Items