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ubcpress fall winter 2005 Geography of British Columbia Page 4 Vanishing British Columbia Page 4 Northern Exposures Page 2 Keeping It Living Page 6 Imagining Difference Page 5 Paddling to Where I Stand Page 8 The Last Word Page 1 Shaped by the West Wind Page 2 If I Had a Hammer Page 3 Cover image: Man Standing by Lake Covered with Fog From Geography of British Columbia, Second Edition, page 4 From UI to EI Page 3 Birds of Ontario Page 7 The Behavior and Ecology of Pacific Salmon and Trout Page 7 Selling British Columbia Page 5 This Elusive Land Page 8 Cross-Cultural Caring, Second edition Page 10 Animals and Nature Page 8 CONTENTS  1 UBC PRESS  12 TRANSACTION PUBLISHERS  14 EARTHSCAN / JAMES &   JAMES  16 JESSICA KINGSLEY   PUBLISHERS  19 EASTERN WASHINGTON   UNIVERSITY PRESS  20 OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY   PRESS  20 UNIVERSITY OF   WASHINGTON PRESS  23 UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH   WALES PRESS  25 UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA   PRESS  26 UNIVERSITY PRESS OF NEW   ENGLAND  27 WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY   PRESS  28 MICHIGAN STATE   UNIVERSITY PRESS  28 MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY   PRESS  30 EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY   PRESS  31 PARADIGM PUBLISHERS 1F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A The Last Word Media Coverage of the Supreme Court of Canada Florian Sauvageau, David Schneiderman, and David Taras with Ruth Klinkhammer and Pierre Trudel UBC PRESS Florian Sauvageau is professsor in the Département d’information et de communication at l’Université Laval. David Schneiderman is associate professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto. David Taras is University Professor in the Faculty of Communication and Culture at the University of Calgary. “The Last Word makes a very important contribution to knowledge in an almost non-existent field: I know of no other book published in Canada on this subject in either English or French. It should contribute to the very lively debate about the court, not only in the legal and media milieu, but in the general public as well.” – Andrée Lajoie, Faculty of Law, University of Montreal SEPTEMBER 2005 320 pages, est., 6 x 9” 10 b/w photos, 35 tables, 2 graphs ISBN 0-7748-1244-3 pb $24.95 Law / Media Studies                LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES The Supreme Court of Canada has often occupied the Canadian news spotlight recently, as high-profile cases on issues ranging from child pornography to gay rights to national unity have received heavy, some- times sensational, media coverage. Meanwhile, some ask if an activist court is usurping the role of our elected representatives. The Last Word examines the relationship between two im-portant institu- tions in Canadian life: the Supreme Court of Canada and the Canadian news media. How do everyday Canadians learn about the complex workings of the court? How do we come to hold our opinions about the court’s decisions? This relationship is crucial not only for the court and for journalists, but also for the public, who understand the court through the lens of the media. This book tells the story of a year of media coverage centred around four high-profile cases: the Marshall case on Aboriginal rights, the Vriend case on gay rights, the Quebec Secession Reference, and the Sharpe child pornography case. Looking at newspaper and TV reports, and interviewing judges, journalists, and executive legal officers, Sauvageau, Schneiderman, and Taras offer a rich and detailed account of the rela- tionship between the court and the media. They describe how judges and journalists interact with each other and discuss how this relationship affects coverage of the court. The Last Word argues that journalists often have the final say in explain- ing the court’s actions and judgments to the public. While judges have uncontested power over legal interpretation, journalists control what message reaches the Canadian people. Engagingly written and thoroughly researched, The Last Word will ap- peal to readers interested in the law, the media, and public affairs in general. » ALSO OF INTEREST Hidden Agendas How Journalists Influence the News Lydia Miljan and Barry Cooper 2004, 188 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1020-3, pb $24.95 Morals and the Media, Second Edition Nicholas Russell 2005, 268 pages, est., ISBN 0-7748-1088-2, pb $39.95 2 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 UBC PRESS Northern Exposures Photographing and Filming the Canadian North, 1920–45 Peter Geller To many, the North is a familiar but inacces- sible place. Most of us have never been there, yet images of the region are within easy reach: in books and magazines, and on television, computer, and movie screens. Peter Geller uncovers the history behind these popular conceptions of the Canadian North. Northern Exposures looks at the photographic and film practice of the three major colonial institutions in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic -- the Canadian government, the Anglican Church of Canada, and the Hudson’s Bay Company -- in the first half of the twentieth century. Their visual representations of the region were widely circulated in official publications and presented in film shows and lantern slide lec- tures. Geller reveals the varied ways in which taking and displaying pictures of northern people and places extended control over the northern reaches of the Canadian nation. This book sheds light on twentieth-century visual culture and the relationship between photography and colonial power, and raises questions about the role of visual representa- tion in history. Illustrated with over eighty-five images from photographs and films of the pe- riod, this book will appeal to those interested in Canadian history, Northern and Aboriginal studies, anthropology, and visual culture. JULY 2005 280 pages, 6 x 9” 86 b/w photos ISBN 0-7748-0928-0 pb $29.95 History / Northern Studies Peter Geller lives and teaches in northern Manitoba and is the Dean of Arts at the University College of the North. NEW IN PAPER “Northern Exposures makes a very significant contribution to the field. Its important subject – how southern attitudes toward the North have been manipulated – has not been previously tackled, and Geller’s scholarship is very sound indeed.” – William Barr, Arctic Institute of North America Shaped by the West Wind Nature and History in Georgian Bay Claire Elizabeth Campbell Foreword by Graeme Wynn Along the east shore of Ontario’s Georgian Bay lie the Thirty Thousand Islands, a granite archipelago scarred by glaciers, where the white pines cling to the ancient rock, twisted and bent by the west wind – a symbol of a region where human history has been shaped by the natural environment. Over the last four centuries, the Bay has been visited by some of the most famous figures in Canadian history, from Samuel de Champlain to the Group of Seven. This book traces the history of Canadians’ reactions to and interactions with this distinctive and often intractable landscape. Beginning with a revealing analysis of the cartographic history of the Bay, Campbell proceeds to examine changing cultural rep- resentations of landscape over time. Each chapter presents a different type of encoun- ter – the varying ways in which people ap- proached or interacted with the Bay. The book also includes many illustrations, including historical maps, archival and contemporary photographs, and paintings by the Group of Seven and other Canadian artists. Shaped By the West Wind is  about how places take on shifting cultural meanings over time. It speaks to a wide variety of interests, including geography, art and design, literary criticism, environmental studies, and history. Claire Elizabeth Campbell is Killam Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of History and Classics at the University of Alberta. NEW IN PAPER JULY 2005 256 pages, 6 x 9” 35 colour photos, 10 b/w photos, 5 maps ISBN 0-7748-1099-8 pb $29.95 History / Geography » ALSO OF INTEREST Hunters and Bureaucrats Power, Knowledge, and Aboriginal-State Relations in Southwest Yukon Paul Nadasdy 2004, 92 pages, 23 b/w photos, ISBN 0-7748-0984-1, pb $29.95 » ALSO OF INTEREST Game in the Garden A Human History of Wildlife in Western Canada to 1940 G.W. Colpitts 2003, 216 pages, 14 b/w photos, ISBN 0-7748-0963-9, pb $29.95 3F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A UBC PRESS If I Had a Hammer Retraining That Really Works Margaret Hillyard Little Retraining scholarship has, for the most part, focused on working class men and women, with virtually no attention paid to low-income women. And welfare literature has, to some extent, accepted the limitations of neoliberal governments and focused on workfare and other welfare policies. There is an urgency, Margaret Little argues, to talk boldly about retraining as an effective and important strategy for welfare reform. This book endeavors to explore the very best Canadian retraining programs. It is filled with fascinating interviews with the women involved (many of whom are Aboriginal), and with innovative policy prescriptions. If I Had a Hammer fills a gap in the current literature on retraining and welfare policy and makes an important contribution to social policy that transcends its Canadian context. Drawing on her years as a journalist, Little writes in an accessible manner that will engage the general public and students. The book will be widely used in courses on politics, women’s studies, sociology, labour studies, social work, and economics. “At a time when the presence of women in the trades may actually be declining and workfare is on the ascendance, Little’s book makes a pioneering contribution.” – Patricia Evans, co-editor of Women’s Caring: Feminist Perspectives on Social Welfare Margaret Hillyard Little is an anti-poverty activist who teaches in Political Studies and Women’s Stud- ies at Queen’s University. JULY 2005 192 pages est., 6 x 9” 20 b/w photos, 4 tables ISBN 0-7748-1119-6 pb $24.95 Politics / Education NEW IN PAPER From UI to EI Waging War on the Welfare State Georges Campeau Translated by Richard Howard Established in response to the Great Dep- ression, the goal of Canada’s system of unemployment insurance was to ensure the protection of income to the unemployed. Joblessness was viewed as a social problem and the jobless as its unfortunate victims. While unemployment insurance expanded over several decades to the benefit of the rights of the unemployed, the mid-1970s saw the first stirrings of a counterattack as the federal government’s Keynesian strategy came under siege. Neo-liberalists denounced unemployment insurance and other aspects of the welfare state as inflationary and unpro- ductive. This regression culminated in a major policy shift in the 1990s, when access of unemployed people to benefits was halved. From UI to EI examines Canada’s unemploy- ment insurance system and the rights it grants to the unemployed. The development of the system, its legislation, and related jurisprudence are viewed through a histori- cal perspective that accounts for the social, political, and economic context. This book examines the system with emphasis upon its recent transformations, and will interest professors and students of law, political sci- ence, and social work, and anyone concerned about the right of the unemployed to adequate protection. Georges Campeau is a professor of social law in the Faculté de science politique et de droit at the Université du Québec à Montréal. Richard Howard has been translating books in the social sciences for over three decades. JULY 2005 256 pages, 3 tables, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7748-1123-4 pb $29.95 Law / Politics LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES NEW IN PAPER » ALSO OF INTEREST Training the Excluded for Work Access and Equity for Women, Immigrants, First Nations, Youth, and People with Low Income Marjorie Griffin Cohen 2004, 288 pages, 11 charts, 14 tables, ISBN 0-7748-1007-6, pb $29.95 » ALSO OF INTEREST Social Policy and the Ethic of Care Olena Hankivsky 2005, 188 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1071-8, pb $29.95 4 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 Vanishing British Columbia Michael Kluckner The old buildings and historic places of British Columbia form a kind of “roadside memory,” a tangible link with stories of settlement, change, and abandonment that reflect the great themes of our history. More than a decade ago, Michael Kluckner began paint- ing these dots on his personal map of the province in a watercolour sketchbook. In 1999, after he put a few of the sketches on his website, a network of correspondents emerged that eventually led him to the family letters, photo albums, and memories from a disappearing era of the province. Vanishing British Columbia is a record of these places and the stories they tell, and an argument for stewardship of regional history in the face of urbanization and globalization. “I’m deeply grateful that Kluckner has created this stunning visual record of what’s receding from us. Vanishing British Columbia intrigu- ingly juxtaposes painted images with archival photographs, snapshots, maps, schematics and an accessible, pleasantly personable text that provides the narrative frame. Yet it would be wrong to value this book simply for its documentary qualities. The paintings are all exquisite works in their own right. … This book represents a substantial contribution to the literary matter of British Columbia and is one that anyone who loves this province will treasure.” – Stephen Hume, The Vancouver Sun MARCH 2005 224 pages, 8½ x 11” 220 colour illus., 130 b/w illus., 22 maps ISBN 0-7748-1125-0 hc $49.95 History Michael Kluckner is a writer and artist living in Langley, British Columbia, whose works include Vanish- ing Vancouver and Canada: A World of Discovery. He has been the recipient of the Bill Duthie Prize, the Vancouver Book Prize, the Toronto Book Prize (short list), the Hallmark Soci- ety Award of Merit, and the Heritage Canada Medal of Achievement. RECENTLY RELEASED “Thank God for Michael Kluckner.  In these heart- breaking times of loss when so many of our priceless cul- tural treasures and stories disappear, his hand makes visible the vital connections that tell us the truths of who we are.” – Joy Kogawa, novelist and poet Geography of British Columbia Second Edition Brett McGillivray Why is British Columbia unique within Canada? What physical processes have made this prov- ince so rugged and produced such remark- able variation in climate and vegetation? Why did non-Natives come to British Columbia, and what impact did they have on First Na- tions? How were resources developed in the past and how are those resources developed today? This fully revised second edition of Geography of British Columbia discusses these and many other aspects of the growth of this distinctive province. Brett McGillivray focuses first on the combi- nation of physical processes that produced a spectacular variety of mountains, rivers, lakes, islands, fjords, forests, and minerals, explaining the forces that created the province and the natural hazards that can reshape it. McGillivray also covers the economic geogra- phy of the province, with chapters on forestry, the salmon fishery, metal mining, energy sup- ply and demand, agriculture, water, and the tourism industry. It addresses the present-day issues of urbanization, economic develop- ment, and resource management, providing a thorough background to these topics and suggesting what the future might hold. This up-to-date and comprehensive explora- tion of the rich historical geography and development of British Columbia will be wel- comed by teachers, students, scholars, and everyone with an interest in the province. Brett McGillivray teaches the geography of British Columbia at Capilano College, North Vancouver. NEW NOVEMBER 2005 248 pages, 8 x 10” 16 b/w photos, 50 maps, 53 tables ISBN 0-7748-1253-2 hc $95.00 ISBN 0-7748-1254-0 pb $39.95 Geography » ALSO OF INTEREST Journey to the Ice Age Discovering an Ancient World Peter L. Storck 2004, 376 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1028-9, pb $39.95 » ALSO OF INTEREST The Vancouver Achievement Urban Planning and Design John Punter 2003, 480 pages, 67 b/w photos, ISBN 0-7748-0972-8, pb $39.95 5F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A UBC PRESS NEW IN PAPER Imagining Difference Legend, Curse, and Spectacle in a Canadian Mining Town Leslie A. Robertson Stories are important vehicles for social knowledge, as they’re used to construct and transmit perceptions of the world around us. They are powerful imaginative resources that  they allow us to engage with different understandings of human difference. In Imagining Difference, Leslie Robertson turns to a popular local legend to explore the social construction of difference through ideas of “race,” “foreignness,” and regional, class, and religious identity, as expressed by residents of Fernie, British Columbia, a coal-mining town on its way to becoming an international ski resort. The legend revolves around a curse cast on the valley by indigenous people in the nineteenth century. Interpretations of the story reveal a complex landscape of memory and silence, official and contested histories, social and scientific theories,and politics. Cursing becomes a metaphor for the discursive power resonating in political, popular, and cultural contexts, transmitting ideas of difference across generations and geographies. Paying close attention to public perform- ances, mass media, and processes of place- making, Robertson examines forms of social knowledge circulating within local settings, which shape shared understandings and common-sense views of the world. JULY 2005 320 pages, 6 x 9” 20 b/w photos, 2 maps ISBN 0-7748-1093-9 pb $29.95 Native Studies / Anthropology Leslie A. Robertson is an ethnographer whose work includes the study of ethnic relations, life history, health, and urban anthropology. She teaches at the University of Windsor. » ALSO OF INTEREST The Burden of History Colonialism and the Frontier Myth in a Rural Canadian Community Elizabeth Furniss 2000, 237 pages, 2 maps,  ISBN 0-7748-0711-3, pb $29.95 Selling British Columbia Tourism and Consumer Culture, 1890–1970 Michael Dawson Selling British Columbia examines the devel- opment of the tourist industry in British Colum- bia throughout the twentieth century. Looking at tourism from an innovative perspective, Michael Dawson shows how the province’s Aboriginal and British cultures were com- modified and marketed to potential tourists, and considers the gendered nature of some of the promotional campaigns, particularly during the 1940s. Dawson argues that in order to understand the roots of the fully-fledged consumer culture that developed in Canada, it is necessary to understand the connections between the 1930s, 1940s, and the postwar era. He underlines the significance of the Depres- sion and the Second World War – ostensibly periods of “underconsumption” -- for the development of tourism promotion and con- sumerism in general. “In Selling British Columbia, Michael Dawson takes a creative approach to the study of tourism in Canada. Drawing from a vast array of sources and contributing to the growing field of tourism studies, this book will speak to an international audience.” – Karen Dubinsky, Professor of History, Queen’s University, Michael Dawson teaches in the Department of History at St. Thomas University in Fredericton. JULY 2005 292 pages, 6 x 9” 30 figures, 7 tables, 2 maps, ISBN 0-7748-1055-6 pb $29.95 History / Cultural Studies NEW IN PAPER » ALSO OF INTEREST Being a Tourist Finding Meaning in Pleasure Travel Julia Harrison 2003, 272 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0978-7, pb $27.95 6 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 UBC PRESS Keeping it Living Traditions of Plant Use and Cultivation on the Northwest Coast of North America Edited by Douglas Deur and Nancy Turner The European explorers who first visited the Northwest Coast of North America assumed that the entire region was virtually untouched wilderness whose occupants used the land only minimally, hunting and gathering shoots, roots, and berries that were peripheral to a diet and culture focused on salmon. Colonizers who followed the explorers used these claims to justify the displacement of Native groups from their land. Scholars now understand, however, that Northwest Coast peoples were actively cultivating plants well before they experienced contact with Europeans. Keeping It Living tells the story of traditional Northwest Coast cultivation practices, and of how they came to be overlooked by Europeans. Bringing together some of the world’s most prominent specialists on North- west Coast cultures, this book discusses plant management methods found from the Oregon Coast to Southeast Alaska. It looks at tobacco gardens among the Haida and Tlingit, managed camas plots among the Coast Salish of Puget Sound and the Strait of Georgia, estaurine root gardens along the central coast of British Columbia, wapato plot maintenance on the Columbia and Fraser Rivers, and tended berry plots up and down the entire coast. With contributions from ethnobotanists, archaeologists, anthropologists, geographers, ecologists, and Native American scholars and elders, Keeping It Living documents practices, many quite different from those characteristic of European agriculture, that involve manipulating plants as well as their environments in a way that enhanced both the quantity and the quality of plant production. “A most welcome addition to the literature on the nature of the evolutionary transition from hunting-gathering-fishing modes of production to those based in great measure on agriculture.” – Eugene Hunn, University of Washington Douglas Deur is assistant professor of geography at the University of Ne- vada, Reno. Nancy J. Turner is Distinguished Professor in Environmental Studies and Geography at the University of Victoria. Contributors include Kenneth M. Ames, E. Richard Atleo (Umeek), Melissa Darby, Douglas Hal- lett, James T. Jones, Dana Lepofsky, Ken Lertzman, Rolf Mathewes, James McDonald, Sonny McHalsie, Madonna L. Moss, Sandra Peacock, Bruce D. Smith, Robhin Smith, Wayne Suttles, and Kevin Washbrook. OCTOBER 2005 384 pages, 6x 9” 42 b/w illus., 16 tables 0-7748-1266-4 hc $44.95 Native Studies / Ethnobotany » ALSO OF INTEREST Heirloom Seeds and their Keepers Marginality and Memory in the Conservation of Biological Diversity Virginia D. Nazarea 2005, 192 pages, ISBN 0-8165-2435-1, hc $44.95 Aboriginal Plant Use in Canada’s Northwest Boreal Forest Robin J. Marles et al. 1999, 256 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0738-5 pb $25.95 Plant Technology of First Peoples of British Columbia Nancy J. Turner 1998, 255 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0687-7, pb $25.95 Food Plants of Interior First Peoples Nancy J. Turner 1997, 224 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0606-0, pb $25.95 Food Plants of Coastal First Peoples Nancy J. Turner 1995, 178 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0533-1, pb $25.95 7F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A UBC PRESS RECENTLY RELEASED Birds of Ontario: Habitat Requirements, Limiting Factors, and Status Volume 1: Nonpasserines, Loons through Cranes Al Sandilands Illustrated by Ross James Literature on the life history of birds is abun- dant and growing, but few books compile this information so it is readily available. Al Sandilands summarizes information on habi- tat, limiting factors, and status for 84 species of nonpasserines that inhabit Ontario. These topics are covered for breeding, migration, and winter seasons. Habitat, nest sites, ter- ritoriality, site fidelity, annual reproductive effort, habitat loss and degradation, environ- mental contaminants, and a variety of other topics are covered in the species accounts. A map depicting breeding and wintering range is presented for each species, and illustrations by Ross James accompany each listing. This will be an essential reference for wildlife biologists, environmental consultants, and planners preparing or reviewing environmen- tal impact statements and assessments. Seri- ous birders in Ontario and adjacent provinces and states will find it of interest as well. MARCH 2005 368 pages, 8 x 10” 84 line drawings, 88 maps ISBN: 0-7748-1066-1 hc $95.00 Natural History Al Sandilands is Senior Ecologist and principal of Gray Owl Environmental Inc. For most of his career, he has been an environmental consultant. Ross James, an ornithologist by profession, has pursued bird illustration for more than 40 years. RECENTLY RELEASED The Behavior and Ecology of Pacific Salmon and Trout Thomas P. Quinn Few subjects have generated as much emo- tional dialogue around conflicting scientific and policy agendas as the protection and management of Pacific salmon resources. In this major new work, esteemed fisheries expert Thomas Quinn distills from the vast sci- entific literature the essential information on the behavior and ecology of Pacific salmon, including steelhead and cutthroat trout, cover- ing the complete life cycle. Representing the range of species and geographic regions, Quinn includes examples from classic stud- ies by pioneers of salmon biology and from the most current research to illustrate the important features of salmon life history and behavior and the complex physical, biological, and human factors that affect them. This thorough, up-to-date survey should be on the shelf of anyone with a professional or personal interest in Pacific salmon and trout. Written in a technically accurate but engaging style, it will appeal to a wide range of read- ers, including students, anglers, biologists, conservationists, legislators, and armchair naturalists. Thomas P. Quinn is professor of aquatic and fishery sciences at the University of Washington. “No book on salmon and salmon ecosystems is as well integrated or as up to date as this one. Thomas Quinn has brought together a wealth of information on salmon behavior, life history, and ecology.” – Peter Bisson, Pacific Northwest Research Station, U.S. Forest Service FEBRUARY 2005 320 pages, 8 x 10” 190 illus., 64 in colour ISBN 0-7748-1127-7 hc $85.00 ISBN 0-7748-1128-5 pb $44.95 Natural History » ALSO OF INTEREST The Birds of British Columbia, Volumes 1–4 Wayne Campbell et al. Vol. 4: Passerines: Wood-Warblers through Old World Sparrows 2001, 744 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0621-4, hc $125.00 Vol. 3 Passerines: Flycatchers through Vireos 1997, 696 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0572-2, hc $95.00 Vol. 2: Nonpasserines: Diurnal Birds of Prey through Woodpeckers 1992, 636 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0619-2, hc $95.00 Vol. 1: Nonpasserines: Introduction, Loons through Waterfowl 1992, 531 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0618-4, hc $95.00 Birds of the Yukon Territory Pamela Sinclair et al. 2003, 596 pages, colour illus., ISBN 0-7748-1012-2, hc $125.00 » ALSO OF INTEREST Salmon Nation People, Fish, and Our Common Home, Updated Edition Edward C. Wolf and Seth Zuckerman 2004, 92 pages, ISBN 0-9676364-1-8, pb $12.95 8 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 UBC PRESS NOW IN PAPERBACK NOW IN PAPERBACKNOW IN PAPERBACK Paddling to Where I Stand Agnes Alfred, Qwiqwasutinuxw Noblewoman Edited by Martine J. Reid Translated by Daisy Sewid-Smith Agnes Alfred (c. 1890-1992) was one of the last great storytellers of her generation. A non-literate Qwiqwasutinuxw noblewoman, she wove her narra- tives from myths, chants, historical accounts, and personal reminiscences. Paddling to Where I Stand is her first-hand account of the most significant period of change she and her people experienced since first contact, and her memoirs flow from her urgently felt desire to pass on her knowledge to younger generations. Eloquent and well versed in the Kwakwakawakw customs, she sets forth, in the classic oral tradi- tion, the foundations and the enduring pulse of her living culture. She contributes to our understanding of several traditional practices, including pre-ar- ranged marriages and the traditional potlatch ceremonies. She also shows how a First Nations woman managed to quietly fulfill her role as a noble matriarch in her ever-changing society, thus provid- ing a role model for those who came after her. Offering stories that are both humorous and mov- ing, Paddling to Where I Stand is an original and fascinating read. Martine J. Reid is an independent scholar whose interests are in the field of Northwest Coast cultural and aesthetic anthropology. Daisy Sewid-Smith is Agnes Alfred’s granddaughter, a cultural historian, and a Kwakwakawakw language instructor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Victoria. 2004 325 pages, 6 x 9” 36 b/w photos, 8 figures, 1 map ISBN 0-7748-0913-2 pb $29.95 Native Studies / Anthropology Animals and Nature Cultural Myths, Cultural Realities Rod Preece Western conceptions of objectivity and individuality have resulted in a readier appreciation of the worth of animals and nature than has been recognized. This provocative book takes issue with the popular view that the Western cultural tradition, in contrast to Eastern and Aboriginal traditions, has encour- aged attitudes of domination and exploitation towards nature, particularly animals. Preece argues that the Western tradition has much to commend it, and that descriptions of Aboriginal and Oriental orientations have often been mislead- ingly rosy, simplified and codified according to current fashionable concepts. Animals and Nature is the result of six years’ intensive study into com- parative religion, literature, philosophy, anthropol- ogy, mythology and animal welfare science. “No one tradition alone offers a sufficient respect for other species. Taken together, they may offer a prospect for saner human-animal relations.” -- Rod Preece, from Animals and Nature Rod Preece is Professor of Political Science at Wilfrid Laurier University SEPTEMBER 2005 336 pages, 3 tables, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7748-0725-3 pb $29.95 Cultural Studies / Environment This Elusive Land Women and the Canadian Environment Edited by Melody Hessing, Rebecca Raglon, and Catriona Sandilands This Elusive Land introduces the literature about women and the environment in Canada. It looks at the ways women integrate the social and biophysi- cal settings of their lives, and features a range of contexts in which gender mediates, inspires, and informs a sense of belonging to and in this land. This volume reveals the significance of women’s experiences in various landscapes and addresses a number of questions: How are women politically active in developing environmental and resource policy? How are women’s positions in the family, the community, and the labour force mediated by the environment? What would a feminist envi- ronmental perspective look like, especially in the Canadian context? And finally, and perhaps most importantly, does a feminist perspective enable us to better know, understand, and value the Canadian environment, and if so, how? A timely and highly relevant discussion of the re- lationship between gender and environment, this book also covers the ways in which both physical and social landscapes continue to evolve. Melody Hessing is a faculty member of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Douglas College. Rebecca Raglon teaches in the Department of English at the University of British Columbia. Catriona Sandilands is an associate professor in the Faculty of Environmental Studies and Canada Research Chair in Sustainability and Culture at York University. JULY 2005 408 pages, 3 tables, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7748-1106-4 hc $85.00 ISBN 0-7748-1107-2 pb $34.95 Environment / Women’s Studies » ALSO OF INTEREST Awe for the Tiger, Love for the Lamb A Chronicle of Sensibility to Animals Rod Preece 2003, 420 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7748-0897-7, hc $29.95 Cultural Studies / History 9F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A UBC PRESS | NOW IN PAPERBACK Hometown Horizons Local Responses to Canada’s Great War Robert Rutherdale This cultural history shows how the everyday lives of people in very different localities were affected by their percep- tions of the First World War. JULY 360 pages, 16 b/w photos, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1014-9 History Despotic Dominion Property Rights in British Settler Societies John McLaren, A.R. Buck, and Nancy E. Wright, eds. These essays examine the evolution of property law in several former British colonies within their broader political, economic, and social cultures. JULY 352 pages, 10 b/w photos, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1073-4 History / Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Second Growth Community Economic Development in Rural British Columbia Sean Markey et al. This book examines the broad political and economic changes reshaping rural communities across British Columbia and the rest of Canada. JULY 360 pages, 5.5 x 8.5” pb $34.95, ISBN 0-7748-1059-9 Environment The Dominion and the Rising Sun Canada Encounters Japan, 1929-41 John D. Meehan This first major study of Canada’s dip- lomatic arrival in Japan examines the political, cultural, and economic rela- tions forged during the period. JULY 272 pages, 22 photos, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1121-8 History / International Relations International Environmental Law and Asian Values Legal Norms and Cultural Influences Roda Mushkat, ed. Mushkat examines the relationship between Asian cultural values and international environmental law in a globalizing world. JULY 284 pages, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-10572 Law / Environment Holding the Line Borders in a Global World Heather N. Nicol and Ian Townsend-Gault, eds. This collection explores contemporary borders around the world from a vari- ety of perspectives to understand the impact of boundaries on society and space. JULY 448 pages, est., 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0932-9 Law / Geography Intensive Agriculture and Sustainability A Farming Systems Analysis Glen C. Filson, ed. This collection looks at the major environmental, economic, and social problems associated with intensive farming and agriculture. JULY 252 pages, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1105-6 Environment  Legislatures David C. Docherty Docherty’s audit of legislatures asks: how democratic are legislative assem- blies in Canada? He evaluates Canadian legislative performance, and makes rec- ommendations for democratic reform. JULY 224 pages, 5.5 x 8.5” pb $22.95, ISBN 0-7748-1065-3 Politics CANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDIT Insiders and Outsiders Alan Cairns and the Reshaping of Canadian Citizenship Gerald Kernerman and Philip Resnick, eds. This collection celebrates the work of Alan C. Cairns, one of the most influ- ential Canadian social scientists of the contemporary period. JULY 378 pages, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1069-6 Politics LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Humanitarianism, Identity, and Nation Migration Laws of Australia and Canada Catherine Dauvergne Dauvergne examines the relationship between migration laws and national identities and highlights the role of humanitarianism in this linkage. JULY 248 pages, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1113-7 Law Images in Asian Religions Texts and Contexts Phyllis Granoff and Koichi Shino- hara, eds. A comprehensive and balanced look at the role of images in Asian religions, examining new aspects of the reception of images in religious worship. JULY 396 pages, 60 photos 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0949-3 Asian Studies / Religious Studies ASIAN RELIGIONS AND SOCIETY Our Box Was Full An Ethnography for the Delgamuukw Plaintiffs Richard Daly Daly explores the central meaning of the notion of land in the determination of Aboriginal rights with particular refer- ence to the landmark Delgamuukw case in British Columbia. JULY 384 pages, 6 maps, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1075-0 Law / Native Studies Canada and the End of Empire Philip Buckner, ed. The essays in this volume consider the implications for Canada and Canadians of British decolonization and the end of empire. JULY 334 pages, est., 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0916-7 History / International Relations Advocacy Groups Lisa Young and Joanna Everitt This Canadian Democratic Audit entry examines advocacy groups as vehicles for change in Canadian society. Young and Everitt examine the ways advocacy groups contribute to or detract from democracy. JULY 174 pages, est., 5.5 x 8.5” pb $22.95, ISBN 0-7748-1111-0 Politics CANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDIT Bioregionalism and Civil Society Democratic Challenges to Corporate Globalism Mike Carr In contrast to unsustainable globaliza- tion, Carr offers a practical approach to creating an economically, environmen- tally, and culturally sustainable world. JULY 344 pages, est., 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0945-0 Environment / Politics 10 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 Every Inch a Woman Phallic Possession, Femininity, and the Text Carellin Brooks An examination of the potential and practice of phallic female masculinity in contemporary culture. DECEMBER 256 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1209-5 Gender Studies SEXUALITY STUDIES SERIES Contact Zones Aboriginal and Settler Women in Canada’s Colonial Past Katie Pickles and Myra Rutherdale, eds. The essays collected here examine embodied contacts between Native and settler  women in colonial Canada. OCTOBER 256 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1135-8 History / Native Studies UBC PRESS | NEW SCHOLARLY BOOKS Commanding Canadians The Second World War Diaries of A.F.C. Layard Michael Whitby The first comprehensive personal ac- count of the inshore anti-U-boat cam- paign in European waters during the Second World War. SEPTEMBER 400 pages, est., 4 tables, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1193-5 Military History STUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY Critical Disability Theory Essays in Philosophy, Politics, Policy, and Law Dianne Pothier and Richard Devlin This collection explores the possibility and potential for developing a critical theory of disability as a new approach to disability studies. NOVEMBER 352 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1203-6 Law / Disability Studies LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Japan’s Modern Prophet Uchimura Kanzô, 1861-1930 John F. Howes This is the spiritual biography of one of Japan’s foremost thinkers, Uchimura Kanzô. JULY 448 pages, est., 17 b/w illus., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1145-5 Asian Studies / Religious Studies ASIAN RELIGIONS AND SOCIETY Cross-Cultural Caring A Handbook for Health Profes- sionals, 2nd edition Nancy Waxler-Morrison et al., eds. To facilitate culturally sensitive caring, this handbook offers valuable informa- tion on the most common ethnic cultures encountered by health professionals. AUGUST 256 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1255-9 pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1025-4 Health / Social Work A History of Migration from Germany to Canada, 1850- 1939 Jonathan Wagner Wagner offers a complete examination of German migration to Canada, considering both the conditions that led emigrants to leave, as well as the circumstances of their arrival. OCTOBER 352 pages, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1215-X History Laws and Societies in the Canadian Prairie West, 1670-1940 Louis A. Knafla and Jonathan Swainger, eds. A collection of essays studying the legal culture of the prairies from the frontier days to the middle of the 20th century. SEPTEMBER 352 pages, 6 x 9” 2 b/w photos, 7 maps hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1166-8 History / Law Haida Gwaii Human History and Environment from the Time of Loon to the Time of the Iron People Daryl Fedje and Ralph Mathewes, eds. This book presents as complete a picture as possible of past environments and culture on Haida Gwaii. OCTOBER 353 pages, 6 x 9” 4 b/w photos, 29 tables, 71 charts hc $95.00, ISBN 0-7748-0921-3 Archaeology Governing with the Charter Legislative and Judicial Activism and Framers’ Intent James B. Kelly Kelly examines the question of whether judicial activism is producing a demo- cratic deficit in Canadian politics. DECEMBER 320 pages, est., 16 tables, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1211-7 Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Biopiracy Patents, Plants, and Indigenous Knowledge Ikechi Mgbeoji Mgbeoji offers a critical examination of the legal ownership and control of traditional knowledge of the uses of plants. OCTOBER 400 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1152-8 Environmental Studies / Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Social Policy and the Ethic of Care Olena Hankivsky Hankivsky considers the implication of an ethic of care for for a range of Canadian policy issues, and reveals how Canadian social policy may benefit from a care orientation. JULY 178 pages, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1071-8 Politics Student Affairs Experiencing Higher Education Lesley Andres and Finola Finlay, eds. This collection addresses the experiences of students in higher education today, examining how institutional rhetoric may or may not be reflected in the reality of students’ diverse experiences JULY 267 pages, 6 x 9” pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1115-3 Education NEW PAPERBACKS, Cont’d NEW SCHOLARLY BOOKS 11F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A UBC PRESS | NEW SCHOLARLY BOOKS Protecting Aboriginal Chil- dren Christopher Walmsley Walmsley explores contemporary ap- proaches to the well-being of Aboriginal children through interviews with practic- ing social workers. SEPTEMBER 176 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1170-6 Native Studies / Social Work Morals and the Media Ethics in Canadian Journalism, Second edition Nicholas Russell This textbook looks at morality and ethics in Canadian journalism and the news media. JULY 352 pages, est., 6 x 9” pb $39.95, ISBN 0-7748-1089-0 Media Studies / Policy Studies The Middle-Power Project Canada and the Founding of the United Nations Adam Chapnick Chapnick describes a defining period in Canadian History – Canada’s par- ticipation in the creation of the United Nations. DECEMBER 240 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1247-8 Politics / International Relations Negotiating Identities in Nineteenth- and Twentieth- Century Montreal Bettina Bradbury and Tamara Myers, eds. The essays collected here examine the cultural complexity and richness of a modernizing city and its people. SEPTEMBER 336 pages, est., 6 figures, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1197-8 History When I Was Small – I Wan Kwikws A Grammatical Analysis of St’át’imc Oral Narratives Lisa Matthewson This book is a collection of the personal life stories of four St’át’imc elders, along with linguistic annotations. DECEMBER 400 pages, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1090-4 Native Studies / Linguistics FIRST NATIONS LANGUAGES SERIES Prisoners of the Home Front German POWs and “Enemy Aliens” in Southern Quebec, 1940-46 Martin Auger Auger studies German prisoners of war, civilians, and merchang seaman detained in Canada during the Second World War. OCTOBER 256 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1223-0 History / Military History STUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY Sanctuary, Sovereignty, Sacrifice Canadian Sanctuary Incidents, Power, and Law Randy K. Lippert Drawing on governmentality theory, Lippert examines sanctuary practice in Canada. MAY 256 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1249-4 Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES With Good Intentions Eurocanadians and the Quest for Justice in Colonial Canada Celia Haig-Brown and David Nock, eds. This book looks at the work of Europe- ans against colonial injustice at a clearly colonial time in Canadian history. DECEMBER 400 pages, 20 b/w photos, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1137-4 History / Native Studies Reclaiming Adat Contemporary Malaysian Film and Literature Gaik Cheng Khoo Khoo looks at the movement to Adat, or traditional Malay custom, as a way of countering Islamic discourse in con- temporary Malay culture. OCTOBER 256 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1172-2 Asian Studies / Media Studies ASIAN RELIGIONS AND SOCIETY Racing to the Bottom? Provincial Interdependence in the Canadian Federation Kathryn Harrison Harrison asks whether interprovincial competition is leading to a downward spiral in provincial standards. NOVEMBER 288 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1225-7 Politics Mapping Marriage Law in Spanish Gitano Communities Susan Drummond A combination of comparative law and legal anthropology applied to the evolu- tion of Spanish Gitano marriage law. SEPTEMBER 304 pages, est., 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-0925-6 Law LAW AND SOCIETY SERIES Linking Industry and Ecology A Question of Design Mark Côté, Ann Dale, and James Tansey, eds. This book explores the origins, promise, and relevance of the emerging field of industrial ecology. NOVEMBER 256 pages, est., 6 figures, 6 x 9” hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1213-3 Environmental Studies SUSTAINABILITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT 12 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 TRANSACTION PUBLISHERS Before the Fall An Inside View of the Pre-Watergate White House William Safire First paperback publication, with a new preface by the author William Safire discusses Nixon as president, covering the Vietnam War, foreign policy, economics, and race relations. He describes Nixon as a partisan working to form an alignment across party lines, successful in many respects before the president tolerated the excesses that eventu- ally corrupted his administration. Finally, he reveals Nixon, the person, as a mixture of Woodrow Wilson, Machiavelli, Theodore Roosevelt, and Shakespeare’s Cassius – an idealistic conniver evoking the strenuous life while he thinks too much. William Safire joined the New York Times in 1973 as a political columnist, and is author of the Sunday column, “On Language.” Author of several books, including Freedom, Full Dis- closure, and Scandalmonger, Safire is the winner of the 1978 Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary. APRIL 2005 735 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-4128-0466-3 pb $36.95 Politics / American History Assassin Theory and Practice of Political Violence J. Bowyer Bell With a new introduction by Irving Louis Horowitz The murder of the mighty has long fascinated artists and rebels but only rarely been studied in a schol- arly manner. Dr. Bell combines exist- ing historical evidence with years worth of personal interviews with terrorists in Africa, the Middle East and Europe to provide an incisive study of that enigmatic figure, the revolutionary killer. The people studied here are en- gaged in a deadly game. If the past is any indication, political assas- sination will not go away. Assassin will be invaluable to those engaged in preventing political violence and terror and will appeal to readers interested in history and politics. J. Bowyer Bell (1931-2004) was president of International Analysis Center Inc, a consulting firm focus- ing on problems of unconventional law, terrorism, deception, risk analy- sis and crisis management. SEPTEMBER 2005 316 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-4128-0509-0 pb $29.95 Politics / Terrorism The Future Factor Forces Transforming Human Destiny Michael G. Zey, with a new introduction by the author The Future Factor offers an optimistic view of the human future.  Michael G. Zey shows how innovations in science and technology are taking global soci- ety into a new era of abundance and prosperity. Zey covers developments in the Internet and virtual reality; bio- genesis, gene therapy and decoding the human genome; “next generation” robots, smart machines and their impact on economic growth; the colonization of space and the advent of space tourism; and biotechnologi- cal breakthroughs in agriculture and food production. The Future Factor will be of interest to sociologists, the business community, and anyone fas- cinated by growth and technology. Michael G. Zey is a professor at Montclair State University and ex- ecutive director of the Expansionary Institute. His ideas have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Christian Science Monitor, Futurist, and Le Monde. 2004 308 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7658-0591-X Pb $29.95 Business / Current Affairs UBC Press is pleased to announce that we are the new Canadian distributor for Transaction Publishers Transaction Publishers is widely acknowledged as a major independent publisher of social science books. Transaction’s mission is scholarly and professional inquiry into the nature of society. Transaction offers publications in older, established disciplines such as economics, political science, history, sociology, an- thropology, psychology, as well as recently established disciplines ranging from area research to urban studies, policy analysis, philosophy of social science, organizational behavior, and criminology. The Stasi Files Unveiled Guilt and Compliance in a Unified Germany Barbara Miller The Stasi Files Unveiled is a fascinat- ing investigation of modern German society, specifically the Stasi (Ministry for State Security). Barbara Miller ex- amines such aspects of the informer’s experience as: the recruitment proce- dure; daily life and work; motivation and justification. She considers the dealings of politicians and the courts with the Stasi and its employees, then turns to the way this aspect of recent German history has been remem- bered, and the phenomenal impact of the opening of the files on perceptions of the past. The Stasi Files Unveiled will be of interest to students and scholars of Germany before and dur- ing World War II, as well as readers interested in Jewish studies, history, and Holocaust Studies. Barbara Miller taught and re- searched in Germany and Austria before completing her doctoral thesis in Glasgow in 1997. 2004 166 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7658-0811-0 pb $36.95 History / Jewish Studies 13F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A Between Work and Leisure A Study of the Common Ground of Two Separate Worlds Robert A. Stebbins The Boomerang Age Transitions to Adulthood in Families Barbara A. Mitchell Occupational devotion, as defined by Robert A. Stebbins, is a strong and positive attachment to a form of self-enhancing work, where the sense of achievement is high and the core activity, or set of tasks, is endowed with such intense appeal that the line between work and leisure is virtually erased. This volume examines condi- tions that attract people to their work in this profound way, and the many ex- ceptional values and intrinsic rewards they realize there.  Stebbins frames occupational devotion in four broad social contexts – history, religion, work, and leisure – then considers the further subdivisions of gender, social class, and social character. Between Work and Leisure will be of interest to those interested in work and occupa- tions, as well as those interested in the quality of their own lives. Robert A. Stebbins is faculty profes- sor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Calgary and is a fellow of the Academy of Leisure Sciences and the Royal Society of Canada. 2004 136 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7658-0227-9 hc $36.95 Sociology / Work TRANSACTION PUBLISHERS Domestic changes are taking place in the lives of young adults in Western in- dustrialized societies. Today’s young people often experience less perma- nency and more movement in and out of a variety of family-related roles, statuses, and living arrangements. Among the most prominent changes is the increased phenomenon of “boo- merang kids,” young adults returning to the parental home after their initial entrance into the adult social world. The Boomerang Age explores the implications of this development in a changing socio-cultural, economic, and demographic landscape. Barbara A. Mitchell provides key knowledge on historical and contemporary youth transitions in an international perspec- tive. It will be of interest across many disciplines including the sociology of families, gerontology, economics, and population studies. Barbara A. Mitchell is associate professor in the Department of Sociology/Anthropology and the Department of Gerontology at Simon Fraser University OCTOBER 2005 228 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-202-30838-3 hc $42.95 Sociology / Family Studies New paperback edition, with a new introduction by the author. The links between males in groups Tiger describes derived from our evolution as hunters/gatherers. They extend through many other primate species and also across diverse cultures. Male bonding characterizes human groups as varied as the Vati- can Council, the New York Yankees, the Elks and Masons and the secret societies of Sierra Leone and Kenya. The power of Tiger’s book is its identi- fication of powerful links between men as well as the impact of females and families on essentially male groups. Men in Groups remains a measured and responsible but intrepid inspec- tion of a major aspect of human social organization and personal behavior. The book was controversial when it first appeared, and often foolishly and unduly scorned. It remains a fun- damental contribution to the emerging synthesis between the social and natural sciences. Lionel Tiger is the Charles Darwin Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University. 2004 270 pages ISBN 0-7658-0598-7 pb $29.95 Anthropology / Sociology Men in Groups Lionel Tiger Milk is the one food that sustains life and promotes growth in all newborn mammals, including the human infant. By its very nature, milk is nutritious. Despite this, it has received surpris- ingly little attention from those inter- ested in the cultural impact of food. In this fascinating volume, Stuart Patton convincingly argues that milk has be- come of such importance and has so many health and cultural implications that everyone should have a basic un- derstanding of it. This book provides this much-needed introduction. Patton provides a wealth of guidance to help ordinary people deal with a rising tide of confusing and often disturbing information. He shows that in addition to its well-known content of essential nutrients, milk is proving to be healthy in previously unanticipated ways. Among such research findings, reported with citations to the original literature in Milk, is milk’s capacity to suppress obesity. In light of humani- ty’s necessary concerns with health, enjoyment of life, and longevity, Milk is essential reading. Stuart Patton is professor emeritus of food science at Pennsylvania State University AUGUST 2005 182 pages, 6x9 ISBN 1-4128-0511-2 hc $29.95 Public Health / Nutrition Milk Its Remarkable Contribution to Human Health and Well-Being  Stuart Patton 14 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 EARTHSCAN / JAMES & JAMES UBC Press is pleased to announce that we are the new Canadian distributor for Earthscan / James & James Publishers Formed by the coming-together of two of the foremost publishers in environment science, technology and sustainable development, Earthscan / James & James is now becoming recognized as the most important specialist source of must-have information for all those around the world with a keen interest in a sustainable future. Earthscan / James & James seeks to increase understanding of environmental issues and their implications at all levels, to influence opinion and policy towards sustainable forms of development and to promote the various businesses, industries and organizations that provide the infrastructure to make this happen. Food Wars The Global Battle for Mouths, Minds and Markets Tim Lang and Michael Heasman Globalization has far-reaching impacts on what we eat and profound implica- tions for public health. In developing countries, the problems of ‘Western’ diets are found alongside food short- ages. What matters now is not just what we eat but how it has been produced and distributed – the global politics of food and health. Food Wars describes two food production para- digms that are competing to replace the dominant industrial production model. One centres on the life sci- ences, the other on an ecological ap- proach. Both have strong support but one dominates investment. Both draw on biology but differ in their social and political understanding. The authors argue that the outcome of the ‘Food Wars’ is hugely important for food security and global health. Tim Lang is Professor of Food Policy at City University and author of The New Protectionism. Michael Heasman is Visiting Research Fellow at City University and author of The Functional Foods Revolution. 2004 268 pages, 6 x 9 ISBN 1-85383-702-4 pb $42.95 Current Affairs / Political Science Limits to Privatization How to Avoid too Much of a Good Thing Edited by Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker, Oran R. Young and Matthias Finger Driven by ideology, the IMF and World Bank, and industry, governments worldwide have been privatizing services – not just utilities like energy, water and transport, but also health, education, media, pensions, even prisons and defence. This book is the first thorough audit of privatizations around the world. It shows how and where they have worked well, and where they have de- feated their own aims – with serious consequences. It analyses the factors behind success or failure, and argues for the fundamental importance of democratic governance of the priva- tization of publicly owned goods. This important book challenges one of the major orthodoxies of our day, and will be a benchmark for future debate. Ernst von Weizsäcker is a member of German Parliament and past Presi- dent of the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Energy and Environment. A REPORT TO THE CLUB OF ROME FEBRUARY 2005 256 pages, 6 x 9 ISBN 1-84407-177-4 hc $54.95 Economics / Politics How to Win Campaigns 100 Steps to Success Chris Rose Written for both new and experienced campaigners, this is a comprehen- sive, systematic exploration of what works in campaigning, and a practical how-to guide for using principles and strategy in campaigning as a new form of public politics. The book’s 100 key steps and tools provide models of motivation, analysis and communication structure. Contents include how to begin a cam- paign, motivating people, research and development, mapping, planning, communications, constructing cam- paign propositions, news media, how to keep a campaign going, how to use old and new media and what to do and what not to do. The final chapter reviews the bigger picture, including why campaigns need brands, and examines how campaigns became a form of politics. Chris Rose is an environmental campaigner and communications consultant who has worked for Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, WWF International and a host of other organizations. MARCH 2005 160 pages, 6 x 9 ISBN 1-85383-962-0 pb 36.95 Politics / Business Human and Environmental Security An Agenda for Change Edited by Felix Dodds and Tim Pippard Security is often seen as based on military force, yet this illusion is crumbling before our eyes in the conflict zones of Iraq, Afghanistan and Africa. It is now clear that real human security can only be achieved if the full range of issues that underpin human security  are addressed. This ground-breaking book tackles the global human security problem across the range of core issues. The authors identify the causes of insecurity, articulate the linkages between the different elements of human security and outline an agenda for engaging stakeholders from across the globe in building the foundations of genuine and lasting human security for all na- tions and people. Felix Dodds is the Executive Director of Stakeholder Forum, co-editor of the bestselling Earth Summit 2002 and author of How to Lobby at Intergov- ernmental Meetings. Tim Pippard is Content Editor for Jane’s Sentinel Security Assessments. AUGUST 2005 1-84407-214-2 320 pages, 6 x 9 pb $42.95 Current Affairs / Political Science 15F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A EARTHSCAN / JAMES & JAMES Since the 1960s, the world’s popu- lation has more than doubled and agricultural production per person has increased by a third, largely because of widespread pesticide use. Yet this growth in production has masked enormous hidden costs – massive ecological damage and high incidences of farmer poisoning and chronic health effects. In recent years millions of farmers in communities around the world have been identifying harmful pesticides and developing cheaper and safer alternatives. The Pesticide Detox explores the potential for the phas- ing-out of hazardous pesticides and the phasing-in of cost effective alternatives already available on the market. This book makes clear that it is time to start the pesticide detox and to move towards a more sustain- able agriculture. Jules Pretty is Director of the Centre for Environment and Society at the University of Essex and author of Agri- Culture and The Living Land. JANUARY 2005 240 pages, 6 x 9 ISBN 1-84407-142-1 pb $ 49.95 Agriculture / Geography Ecotourism is the fastest growing segment of tourism, the world’s larg- est industry. Encounters with wild animals, be it swimming with dolphins, going on safari or bird watching, are increasingly popular. Facing the Wild examines why people seek out animals in their natural environment, what the desire for this experience tells us about the meanings of animals and nature in contemporary industrial- ized societies, and whether visitors change their environmental perspec- tives and behaviour as a result. The book explores the contradictions and ambivalence that so many people experience in the presence of ‘wild nature’ – in loving it we may diminish it and in the act of wanting to see it we may destroy it. Ultimately the book makes a case for ‘respectful stewardship’ of a ‘hybrid nature’ and provides insight for both practitioners and ecotourists alike. Chilla Bulbeck is Professor of Wom- en’s Studies at Adelaide University. JANUARY 2005 288 pages, 6 x 9 ISBN 1-84407-138-3 pb $42.95 Environment / Cultural Studies Against Extinction tells the story of conservation from its origins in 1903 to the present day. However, this book is not simply an account of what happened, but rather it is about why it happened. Adams examines the big questions and ideas that have driven conservation for a century. How can the diversity of life be maintained as human demands on the earth expand seemingly without end? How can you reconcile preservation with human rights and the development needs of the poor? Is conservation something that needs to be imposed on people, or is it only something that emerges from people’s free choice? These have never been easy questions and the answers, as Adams reveals, have been even more difficult. Bill Adams is Reader in Conservation and Development in the Department of Geography, University of Cambridge. He is the author of Future Nature and editor of Decolonizing Nature. PUBLISHED WITH FLORA & FAUNA INTERNATIONAL 2004 256 pages, 6 x 9 ISBN 1-84407-056-5 pb $42.95 Environment / Ecology This definitive handbook launches a new chapter in cetacean conservation with its investigation into the habitat needs and protection requirements of some 84 species of whales, dol- phins and porpoises. The first part of the book outlines the principles for creating the best possible MPAs for cetaceans, stemming from the identi- fication of critical habitats and based on an inclusive process involving all stakeholders. The second part covers each of the 18 marine regions around the world, included marine region maps and tables outlining proposed and existing MPAs, detailed checklists for creating and implementing MPAs, an explanation of biosphere reserves, and relevant international legislation. The book also looks at regulation of international trade and hunting, fish- eries agreements and promotion of whale watching and ecotourism. Erich Hoyt is Senior Research Asso- ciate of the Whale and Dolphin Con- servation Society and Co-director of the Far East Russia Orca Project. OCTOBER 2004 384 pages, 6 x 9 ISBN 1-84407-064-6 pb $49.95 Natural History / Environment The Pesticide Detox Towards a More Sustainable Agriculture Edited by Jules Pretty Facing the Wild Ecotourism, Conservation and Animal Encounters Chilla Bulbeck Against Extinction The Story of Conservation William M. Adams Marine Protected Areas for Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises A World Handbook for Cetacean Habitat Conservation Erich Hoyt 16 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS  Understanding How Asperger Children and Adolescents Think and Learn Creating Manageable Environments for AS Paula Jacobsen Understanding How Asperger Children and Adoles- cents Think and Learn helps educators appreciate the learning process and improve its effectiveness for students with Asperger Syndrome. The author provides a compelling inside view of how AS pupils perceive and understand what goes on in the classroom, and how they, in turn, are perceived by fellow pupils and teachers. She adopts a prag- matic approach to improving communications in the classroom and offers practical strategies to increase mutual understanding and create a re- warding and supportive learning environment. The book also includes many illuminating accounts of specific children’s experiences. This book is a key resource for educators and parents of AS children and provides invaluable guidance and strategies for professionals who need to understand how AS pupils learn and communicate. Paula Jacobsen, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker,  is also the author of Asperger Syndrome and Psychotherapy, published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers. SEPTEMBER 2005 128 pages, 6 x 9 ISBN 1-84310-804-6 pb $29.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome » ALSO OF INTEREST Pretending To Be Normal Living with Asperger’s Syndrome Liane Holliday Willey 1999, 173 pages, 23 b/w photos, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-85302-749-9, pb $29.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Teaching Children with Autism and Related Spectrum Disorders An Art and a Science Christy L. Magnusen Foreword by Tony Attwood Based on twenty-five years of teaching and working with children who have Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs), Christy L. Magnusen contends that it is those teachers who can blend the ‘science’ of education methodology with the ‘art’ of teaching who are best able to reach these children. Examin- ing both these aspects of teaching, she takes a fresh look at established and more recent teaching methods such as structuring spaces, emphasizing language and planning strategies for transition and generalization, and then explores the art of implementation: why, when and how these tech- niques should be applied. By highlighting workable solutions to everyday problems, and emphasizing that teachers need to understand techniques and have the ability to adapt them to the situation that faces them, this book will be invaluable to all those involved in teaching children with ASDs. Dr Christy L. Magnusen  has devoted her professional career to reaching and teaching children with ASDs and is the co-editor of Autism: Clinical and Research Issues. She teaches graduate level course work at Southern Illinois University and is a mother of four. OCTOBER 2005 288 pages, 6 x 9 ISBN 1-84310-747-3 pb $29.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Revealing the Hidden Social Code Social Stories™ for People with Autistic Spectrum Disorders Marie Howley and Eileen Arnold Foreword by Carol Gray The Social Stories™ approach is a key technique for teaching social and life skills to children with autistic spectrum disorders. This text, endorsed by the originator of Social Stories™, Carol Gray, offers  guidance for professionals, parents and carers on how to write successful Social Stories™ that will help develop the autistic spectrum child’s understanding of social interaction. The book outlines the kinds of social challenges that people with ASD may experience and high- lights the importance of learning social skills in meaningful contexts. An extended review of the guidelines for writing Social Stories™ will help writers to develop their stories.  They provide ex- amples from their own professional experience, as well as advice on presentation and implementation. Revealing the Hidden Social Code is essential read- ing for any professional, parent, carer or teacher wanting to employ Social Stories™ to develop social understanding in people with ASDs. Marie Howley is a Senior Lecturer at University College, Northampton. She has over ten years’ experience as a specialist teacher working with children with autistic spectrum disorders SEPTEMBER 2005 224 pages, 6 x 9 ISBN 1-84310-222-6 pb $29.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome » ALSO OF INTEREST My Social Stories Book Edited by Carol Gray and Abbie Leigh White 2002, 141 pages, 23 b/w photos, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-85302-950-5, pb $25.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome » ALSO OF INTEREST Incorporating Social Goals in the Classroom Rebecca A. Moyes 2003, 420 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-85302-967-X , pb $27.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome 17F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS Different Like Me My Book of Autism Heroes Jennifer Elder Different Like Me introduces children aged 8–12 years to famous, inspirational figures from the world of science, art, maths, literature, philosophy and comedy. Eight-year-old Quinn, a young boy with Asperger’s Syndrome, tells young readers about the achievements and characteristics of his autism heroes. They are united by the fact that they often found it difficult to fit in – just like Quinn. Fully illustrated in colour, this book will be a wonderful resource for children, particularly with autism, their parents, teachers, and siblings. Quinn’s autism heroes include Albert Einstein. Dian Fossey. Andy Warhol. Benjamin Banneker. Andy Kaufman. Wassily Kandinsky. Julia Bowman Robinson. Piet Mondrian. Alan Turing. Sophie Germain. Lewis Carroll. Isaac Newton. Nikola Tesla. Paul Erdos. Glenn Gould. Im- manuel Kant. Barbara McClintock. Joseph Cornell. Hans Christian Andersen. Temple Grandin. Jennifer Elder is assistant editor in a book publishing company. She and her husband have two sons, one of whom has ASD. You can read more about their family in the memoirs Sixpence House and Not Even Wrong. OCTOBER 2005 60 pages, 21 colour illus., 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-815-1 hc $19.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome » ALSO OF INTEREST Special Brothers and Sisters Stories and Tips for Siblings of Children with Special Needs, Disability or Serious Illness Annette Hames and Monica McCaffrey, eds. August 2005, 64 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-383-4, pb $19.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome This engaging colour illustrated book explores the difficulties faced by ‘frogs with a different croak’. Aimed at children with autism and related spectrum conditions, Teacher Toad’s lessons pick up on social and physical difficulties and the kind of behaviours that can get young frogs into trouble. Each lesson gives practical advice on issues covering everything from hard-to-break habits to physical coordination difficulties. Without using ‘labels’, Midori Ochiai writes about a range of conditions in a child-friendly, non-threatening way that encourages a positive and fun approach to understanding, accepting and accommodating difference. A detailed appendix covers the condi- tions from a medical perspective. Ideal for reading with children, this book will be helpful to parents and professionals. Midori Ochiai lives in Japan and was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome (AS) at the age of 41. Based on her experiences of raising two sons she wrote Different Croaks for Different Folks. She currently writes about the education of children on the autism spectrum. OCTOBER 2005 96 pp 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-392-3 hc $19.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Different Croaks for Different Folks All About Children with Special Learning Needs Midori Ochiai » ALSO OF INTEREST Relationship Development Intervention with Young Children Steven E. Gutstein 2002, 331 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-714-7, pb $35.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Related titles available from Jessica Kingsley Publishers Freaks, Geeks, and Asperger Syndrome A User Guide to Adolescence Luke Jackson, Foreword by Tony Attwood 2003, 217 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-098-3, pb $24.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Asperger’s Syndrome in the Family Redefining Normal Liane Holliday Willey 2005, 224 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-189-0, pb $29.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Children, Youth and Adults with Asperger Syndrome Edited by Kevin P. Stoddart 2005, 336 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-319-2, pb $44.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Different Minds Gifted Children With AD/HD, Asperger Syndrome, and other Learning Deficits Deirdre V. Lovecky 2004, 528 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-85302-964-5, pb $29.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Personal Hygiene What’s that Got to Do with Me? Pat Crissey 2005, 80 pages, 7 x 9.5” ISBN 1-84310-796-1, pb $24.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Survival Strategies for Parenting George T. Lynn 2005, 240 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-85302-921-1, pb $24.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome CHILDREN’S BOOK CHILDREN’S BOOK 18 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS Survival Strategies for People on the Autism Spec- trum is an accessible and practical self-help guide for people with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), written by an author who himself experiences the challenges and behavioural traits associated with ASDs.  Fleisher’s comprehensive guide gives advice and practical suggestions on how people with ASDs can manage daily life and independ- ence successfully. From how to use electrical appliances safely to preparing for a journey using public transport, the author covers a wide range of everyday situations. Survival Strategies will be an invaluable source of advice and reassurance for people with ASDs across a wide age range. It also gives important insights for relatives and friends of people on the autism spectrum and for professionals working with them in an educational or therapeutic capacity. Marc Fleisher was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at the age of 11. A public speaker on autism, he holds a masters degree in math from Brunel University and is the author of Making Sense of the Unfeasible, also published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers. NOVEMBER 2005 176 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-261-7 pb $24.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Survival Strategies for People on the Autism Spectrum Marc Fleisher Understanding the Nature of Autism and Asperger’s Disorder Edward R. Ritvo Foreword by Tony Attwood Understanding the Nature of Autism and Asperger’s Disorder is a warm and upbeat introduction to the ‘basic nature’ of autism and Asperger’s disorder that clearly explains the clinical pictures, possible causes, effects, life course, and interventions. The book explores the most important facts and recent findings about the disorders, stresses the importance of obtaining a thoughtful, careful diagnosis and outlines the wide range of available interventions, including behavior therapy, social skills training, and supported group living, speech and language therapy, medication, and sports and hobbies. Dr. Ritvo also opens his casebook to read- ers, providing illuminating case examples of people of all ages affected by autism and Asperger’s disorder. Ritvo’s accessible and positive approach and clear explanations make this a must-read for anyone affected by, or with an interest in, autism spectrum disorders. Edward R. Ritvo is Professor Emeritus at the UCLA School of Medicine in California, USA. OCTOBER 2005 176 pages, 6 x 9” 1-84310-814-3 pb $24.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Kids in the Syndrome Mix is a concise, up-to-date, all-in-one guide to the whole range of often co-exist- ing neuro-behavioral disorders in children – from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive-compulsive disorder, and bipolar disorder, to autistic spectrum disorders. Dr. Kut- scher provides accessible information on causes, symptoms, interactions with other conditions, and treatments. He presents effective behavioral strat- egies for responding to children who display traits of these disorders – whether at home, at school, or in other settings – along with case vignettes and practical tips. The author’s sympathetic yet upbeat approach and skillful explanations of the inner world of children in the syndrome mix make this an invaluable companion for parents, teachers, and professionals. Martin L. Kutscher  is currently Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology at the New York Medical College. Tony Attwood is author of the classic Asperger’s Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals. Robert R. Wolff is a member of the Departments of Pediatrics and Neurology at the New York Medical College. JULY 2005 240 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-810-0 pb $24.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Kids in the Syndrome Mix of ADHD, LD, Asperger’s, Tourette’s, Bipolar, and More! Martin L. Kutscher MD » ALSO OF INTEREST Mental Health Aspects of Autism and As- perger Syndrome Mohammad Ghaziuddin 2005, 224 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-727-9, pb $19.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome » ALSO OF INTEREST People with Autism Behaving Badly John Clements 2005, 224 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-765-1, pb $24.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome » ALSO OF INTEREST Asperger’s Syndrome Guide Tony Attwood 1997, 224 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-85302-577-1, pb $19.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome 19F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS Realizing the College Dream with Autism or Asperger Syndrome is both a practical and a personal account of one ASD student’s successful experience of going to college. This accessible book focuses on how to get there and stay there: deciding to go, how to get in and how to get the most out of it. Ann Palmer advises parent and professionals how to prepare the student for the transition from school and home life to a new en- vironment and educational challenge, and how to support them through potential problems such as academic pressure, living away from home, social integration and appropriate levels of participation in college. This book is essential reading for any parent considering college as an option for their child, disability service providers in colleges and for ASD students themselves. Ann Palmer lives in North Carolina with her husband and three children, one of whom, Eric, was diagnosed with autism when he was two years old. September 2005 176 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-801-1 pb $24.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome Realizing the College Dream A Parent’s Guide to Student Success Ann Palmer » ALSO OF INTEREST Succeeding in College with Asperger Syndrome A Student Guide John Harpur, Maria Lawlor, and Michael Fitzgerald 2005, 272 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-84310-201-3, pb $27.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome At Work in Life’s Garden Growing the Soul through Parenting Edited by Sarah Conover and Tracy Springberry In this collection well-known writers tell their personal stories about how the wonder, the chaos, and the pain of raising children has led them to engage more deeply with the world, with themselves, and with other people. The essays reveal the ways parenting transforms parents as well as children. Some writers are practicing Catholics, Protestants, Jews, or Buddhists, while others claim no particular religious or spiritual affiliation. Introductions Tracy Springberry, Sarah Conover Waking Life – Alexandra Fuller Boundary Loss – Noel Oxenhandler Mountain Music I – Scott Russell Sanders Gardening with the Raucous Fairy – Tracy Springberry Deadfall – Jack Nisbet Expecting Adam – Martha Beck Children in the Woods – Barry Lopez Palsy – Beth Kephart Struggles with Love The Driving Lesson – Gerald Early Ashes – Anne Lamott The End of Summer – Debra Gwartney Civil Disobedience at Breakfast – Barbara Kingsolver Solomon’s Blanket – Marjorie Sandor Kicking and Screaming (But Going Anyway) – Gina Petrie Demon’s Looking Glass – Nadine Chapman Room for One More – Nancy Mairs Embracing Life At Blackhorse Lake – Jonathan Johnson Theory of Falling Bodies – Cora Schenberg Ordinary Time – Dan Butterworth Saved – Jess Walter Emmanuel – Laura Read 2:45 pm – Marion Winik Birthing a New World – Rosemary Bray McNatt The Rabbi’s Garage – Elizabeth Wharton Dharma and Damnation – Sarah Conover Hopey Stories – Brian Doyle Sarah Conover lives with her husband and two children in Spokane, Washington, where she teaches English at a public high school. She is the author of three books on world religion including Kindness:  A  Treasury of Buddhist Wisdom for Children and Parents and Ayat Jamilah / Beautiful Signs: A Treasury of Islamic Wisdom for Children and Parents, winner of the 2004 Aesop Prize from the American Folklore Society. Tracy Spr ingberry ’s essays have appeared in The Sun, The Christian Science Monitor and on Spokane Public Radio. She lives in Cheney, Washington, with her three sons and is studying to be a Unitarian Universalist minister. OCTOBER 2005 160 pages, 7.5 x 7.5” ISBN 1-59766-006-X pb $24.95 Parenting / Spirituality THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE SERIES EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY PRESS 20 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS Ever Blooming The Art of Bonnie Hall Bonnie Hall, Edited by James D. Hall Foreword by Robert Michael Pyle After a long and accomplished career in scientific illustration, Bonnie Hall turned with wonder and determination to the art of  screenprinting. Resolved to “share the privileged close scrutiny of nature” that she had enjoyed, Hall created her first screenprint in 1992 while undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer. Over the next twelve years, she cre- ated screenprints of Pacific Northwest wildflowers, ferns, and butter- flies—natural history portraits in simple, sharp-edged planes of brilliant color. Inspired by old botanical prints and motivated by a desire to draw attention to “the overlooked, undervalued, or threatened wild things native to our Pacific Northwest landscape,” Hall produced scientifically accurate prints that revealed the personality, life stages, and the very essence of her subjects—what a fellow artist aptly called the “gesture” of each plant. Ever Blooming collects the thirty-three large serigraphs and five smaller ferns that Hall created in the last years of her life, along with Hall’s own text describing each plant and butterfly. Her narratives are rich in detail and informed by thorough study into plant distribution, life histories, use by Native Americans, taxonomic discoveries, and conservation issues. Taken as a whole, the work is a sparkling confluence of science and art. For botanists, wildflower enthusiasts, gardeners, and artists, as well as anyone who loves the Pacific Northwest wilderness, Ever Blooming offers a singular glimpse of the natural world as seen through the eyes of a gifted and inspired artist. “Bonnie Hall and her exquisite art created one of the loveliest gardens ever grown of our region’s floral treasures. From violets to shooting stars, fritillarias to ferns, and a bursting bouquet of irises, Bonnie captured the color, form, and personality of Northwest flowers with the simplicity of Henry Evans and the exuberance of a Dutch Master’s still life. As a beautiful bonus, splendid portraits of five special Northwest butterflies linger among the wildflowers they love. Bonnie Hall’s wild- flowers are her great gift to us all – long may they bloom!” – Robert Michael Pyle Bonnie Hall (1931-2004) was a graduate of the Uni- versity of Oregon and the University of California, Ber- keley.  She began her career as a scientific illustrator at the University of Michigan Museum, later joining the Department of Entomology at Oregon State University, where she worked for thirty years. She and James D. Hall, now Professor Emeri- tus of Fisheries at Oregon State University, were mar- ried for forty-eight years. Robert Michael Pyle is a noted naturalist and the au- thor of many books, includ- ing Butterflies of Cascadia, Chasing Monarchs, and Wintergreen, winner of the John Burroughs Medal for Natural History Writing. OCTOBER 2005 96 pages, 9 x 9” 38 full colour illus. ISBN 0-87071-116-4 hc $29.95 Art / Botany The Romantic Vision of Michael Brophy Rock Hushka In his extraordinary work the Oregon painter Michael Brophy explores the intersections of history, forest ecology, and the rich tradition of landscape painting. Through images that depict the brutal and savage beauty of the altered land- scapes of the Northwest’s rivers, forests, and mountains, he engages the social and political forces reshaping national dialogues that define environmental preservation and sustainablity. Brophy’s art reassesses the historical events and decisions that shaped the West. Focusing on the impact of the past on the present, Brophy sees this historic legacy as crucial to understanding the contemporary world and as a guide to shap- ing the future. Brophy’s paintings are not simple, moral lessons. Rather, this art offers a lens to rethink easily held assumptions about the environment and the history of the American West. Brophy’s scenes of defor- estation and economic progress serve to illuminate the complexities, contradictions, and irony of long- standing environmental policies and the American relationship with the Western landscape. Rock Hushka is a curator at the Tacoma Art Museum. He is the author of Lewis and Clark Ter- ritory: Contemporary Artists Revisit Place, Race, and Memory, among other books. DISTRIBUTED FOR TACOMA ART MUSEUM JULY 2005 80 pages, 80 colour illus., 8 x 10” ISBN 0-295-98528-3 pb $24.95 Art / Environmental Studies UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS 21F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS The Orphan Tsunami of 1700 Japanese Clues to a Parent Earthquake in North America Brian F. Atwater et al. The outside world scarcely knew of north- western North America in the year 1700. The Pacific coast, from southcentral Alaska to Oregon’s Cape Blanco, was uncharted until the Spanish and English explorations of the 1770s. Yet, when tectonic plates suddenly shifted there in 1700, effects of the event reached the outside world within a day’s time. The plate motion set off a train of ocean waves – a tsunami that sped across the Pacific Ocean. When the waves came ashore in Japan, they flooded fields and washed away houses. Samurai, merchants, and villagers recorded the mysterious event, but they observed no storm and felt no par- ent earthquake. In Japan, this tsunami was an orphan. The Orphan Tsunami of 1700 tells this transpacific detective story by presenting its primary sources, Japanese documents and North American sediments and tree rings. The sources tell of a catastrophe, a century before Lewis and Clark’s expedition, that now guides preparations for future earthquakes and tsu- namis in the United States and Canada. Brian F. Atwater is a U.S. Geological Survey geologist and an affiliate professor of earth sciences at the University of Washington. Satoko Musumi is a fellowship coordinator at the United Nations University, Yokohama. Satake Kenji is deputy director of the Active Fault Research Center for the Geological Survey of Japan. Tsuji Yoshinobu is associate professor at the Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo. Ueda Kazue is retired from the Earthquake Research Unit, University of Tokyo. David K. Yamaguchi is a statistician at the University of Washington. “Paddling around the salt marshes and tidal flats of Washington State, Atwater discovered evidence of earthquakes and giant waves of a magnitude that seemed, to many, inconceivable –until late last year, when a tsunami of similar power tore across the Indian Ocean, killing more than 200,000.” –Time Magazine, naming Brian Atwater one of the 100 most significant people of 2005 OCTOBER 2005 144 pages, 8 ½ x 11” 325 illus., 280 in color ISBN 0-295-98535-6 pb $32.95 Environment / Geology The Art of Ethnography A Chinese “Miao Album” Translated by David Deal and Laura Hostetler Preface by Charles McKhann The Art of Ethnography is a fully illustrated translation of a “Miao album” – a Chinese genre originating in the eighteenth century that used prose, poetry, and detailed illustra- tions to represent minority ethnic groups living in frontier regions under imperial Chinese con- trol. These bound collections of hand-painted illustrations and handwritten text reveal how imperial China viewed culturally “other” fron- tier populations. They also contain valuable information for anthropologists, geographers, and historians, and are coveted by art collec- tors for their beautiful imagery. This lovely volume reproduces each of the eighty-two illustrations from the original album and the corresponding Chinese calligraphic text, along with an annotated English trans- lation. Each entry depicts a different ethnic group residing in Guizhou, in southwest China. The album is anonymous and dates from sometime after 1797. Laura Hostetler’s introduction discusses the genesis and evolution of the Miao album genre and the socio-political context in which the albums were first made, the ethnographic content of the texts, the composition of the illustrations, and the albums’ authorship and production. Color illustrations from other Miao albums and comparable works from other cultures give the reader a sense of the chromatic richness of Miao album illustrations and of their place in world ethnography. David Deal (1939-2001) was professor of history at Whitman College. Laura Hostetler is associate professor of history at the University of Illinois at Chicago. ”This book is a highly unusual and valuable project, comprising a difficult translation of a rare text. It will be valued among the studies of visual representations that have emerged in postcolonial studies.” – Louisa Schein, Rutgers University, author of Minority Rules: The Miao and the Feminine in China’s Cultural Politics  DECEMBER 2005 208 pages, 6 x 9” 180 illus., 16 in color ISBN 0-295-98543-7 hc $49.95 Asian Studies / Art STUDIES ON ETHNIC GROUPS IN CHINA 22 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS A Life Disturbed My Pacific War Revisited Merrel Clubb An exceptional storyteller with an analytical eye, Merrel Clubb has gathered the letters he sent his parents from the Pacific Theater of World War II and his subsequent reflections on that war and on his life into a kind of then and now memoir. The letters are a treasure trove of humor, anxiety, and hope, revealing a young man thrust into a war that he does not understand. Through this exceptional portal on the past, we learn of the tragic absurdity of war, of a soldier trained for naval warfare and then sent into land battle with weapons he’d never before fired; of command post latrines at which even commanding officers were sitting ducks; of the ghoulish trophies and mementos that soldiers collected from the battlefields. For Clubb, as for so many veterans, the war does not end with the victory over Japan. Despite the intervening years, Clubb finds that the haunting experiences of over half a century ago echo still. Even in the solitude of the forest, in the hunting parties he meets, in the animals he himself kills, he hears again the sound of battle, sees again the faces of the victims of war. Part letters, part memoir, and part scholarly analysis, this volume ranges over a vast, colorful, and weighted terri- tory, exploring the psychological terrain of a life disturbed, and forever changed, by war. Merrel Clubb is professor emeritus of English at the University of Montana. NOVEMBER 2005 240 pages, 5.5 x 8.5” ISBN 0-295-98536-4 hc $32.95 History / Memoir Vigilante Newspapers A Tale of Sex, Religion, and Murder in the Northwest Gerald J. Baldasty This riveting book documents the role the media played in two murders revolving around charis- matic “Holy Roller” evangelist Edmund Creffield, who arrived in Corvallis in 1903. When female followers began refusing to speak to their nonbe- lieving husbands, vigilantes tarred and feathered Creffield, forcing him to flee to Seattle. There, Creffield was murdered by George Mitchell, whose defence of sister Esther’s honor was applauded by news media, and George was acquitted. However, Esther then shot him dead at Union Station and another moralizing media frenzy broke out. Esther was hospitalized and committed suicide a few years after her release. Gerald Baldasty’s examina- tion of media coverage shows how fiercely media protected traditional mores. Vigilante Newspapers illustrates how the media defined social deviance using vague concepts such as hysteria and tempo- rary insanity, vigorously defending the established order of religious, class, and gender norms. Gerald Baldasty is chair and professor of Com- munication and adjunct professor of Women Stud- ies at the University of Washington. NOVEMBER 2005 192 pages, 6 x 9” 20 b/w illus. ISBN 0-295-98529-1 pb $29.95 Journalism / History The Linguistics of Lying and Other Essays Harald Weinrich Translated and Introduced by Jane K. Brown and Marshall Brown This volume of essays brings to English readers the work one of Europe’s most eminent scholars. Like all of Weinrich’s books, The Linguistics of Lying is written clearly, elegantly, and wittily for a broad general audience. Lying, he argues, is a function not of words, but of sentences; it belongs to the semantic aspect of language. His survey of the different ways in which language is untrue links linguistic and literary categories in unexpected fashion to anthropology, sociology, ethics and, finally, good manners. Harald Weinrich has served as chair for Euro- pean studies at the Collège de France, chair of Romance philology and literature at Christian- Albrechts-University in Kiel and at the University of Cologne, and chair of linguistics at Bielefeld University, where he also directed the Center for Interdisciplinary Research. Jane K. Brown is professor of Germanics and comparative literature and Marshall Brown is professor of English at the University of Washington. JANUARY 2005 176 pages, 4.5 x 7” ISBN 0-295-98549-6 pb $24.95 Literary Studies LITERARY CONJUGATIONS A ROBERT B. HEILMAN BOOK » ALSO OF INTEREST Murdering Holiness The Trials of Franz Creffield and George Mitchell Jim Phillips and Rosemary Gardner 2003, 425 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7748-0906-X, hc $34.95 History / Law 23F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES PRESS Indonesia’s Struggle Jemaah Islamiyah and the Soul of Islam Greg Barton Indonesian authorities responded quickly to the Bali bombing, tracking down leading Jemaah Is- lamiyah figures and bringing them to trial. Despite a subsequent attack in Jakarta, the attention of many people in the West has shifted to the Middle East and potential threats to Europe. Yet JI has the potential to mount new terrorist attacks and destabilize the world’s largest Muslim country. In this timely book, Greg Barton traces the reli- gious, cultural, and political development of JI, and argues that it has important features in com- mon with other organizations linked to al-Qaeda. Based on extensive research in Indonesia, the book assesses the level of support for JI and the Indonesian government’s success in dealing with the threat it poses. Barton argues that, while the Indonesian authorities reacted well to the events in Bali, their subsequent response has not been as ef- fective as is commonly assumed. He analyzes the recent election results and looks at the challenges facing the new Indonesian president. Greg Barton is a senior lecturer in the School of Social and International Studies at Deakin University, Australia AUGUST 2005 96 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-86840-759-3 pb $19.95 International Relations / Security Studies Disarming Proposals Controlling Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Weapons Andy Butfoy International relations specialist Andy Butfoy looks at the reality of nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons, providing a readable overview of who has these weapons, what they are capable of, and where they are. He describes the main pillars of the international non-proliferation regime and the political foundations that underpin these arrange- ments. Written in clear, accessible language, the book explores how the international community should deal with non-signatories and cheaters, the difficulty of enforcing international rules, the need to tighten up inspections, and the impact of U.S. unilateralism. Andy Butfoy is Senior Lecturer in international relations at Monash University, Australia. AUGUST 2005 96 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-86840-945-6 pb $18.95 Current Affairs / Security Studies DNA and Your Body What You Need to Know about Biotechnology Colin Masters Most people know very little about DNA, the mol- ecule that programs our human potential. This book explains what DNA is and then identifies its central role in so many everyday human experi- ences, including growth and development, aging, individuality and degenerative diseases. All discus- sion is in the context of the human body. The book then addresses the flood of new DNA- related information that has flowed from the recent revolution in biotechnology: information that is transforming the food we eat; the way medicine is practised, and even changing the ways in which crimes are solved. To be informed on all these topics of the moment requires an understanding of the basic principles of DNA biology. The book discusses many controversial issues relating to applications of biotechnology, including cloning, tissue culture, the human genome project, hor- mone treatment and IV fertilisation. DNA and Your Body is written for a general audi- ence, using non-technical language. All chapters begin with a boxed chapter summary and a list of Frequently Asked Questions, and there is a comprehensive glossary of terms. Each chapter ends with a discussion of the ethical considera- tions of some advances in DNA technology. The work contains some 14 explanatory black-line drawings. Colin Masters is a leading Australian neuroscien- tist. He is widely published with over two hundred refereed journal articles and four books. AUGUST 2005 176 pages, 14 b/w illus., 6 x 9” ISBN 0-86840-984-7 pb $36.95 Popular Science / Medicine » ALSO OF INTEREST Common Sense on Weapons of Mass Destruction Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr. Ambassador Thomas Graham Jr. believes that a tide of misinformation has led to the public’s lack of understanding of the vital issues. Here, in a straightforward and comprehensible style, Graham concisely provides the background necessary to understand the news and opinions surrounding WMDs. 2004 200 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7748-1147-1, pb $17.95 Current Affairs / Security Studies 24 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS Pacific Voices Keeping Our Cultures Alive Miriam Kahn and Erin Younger “If you had to choose only one object that embod- ies the richness of your culture and provides you with a sense of cultural identity, what would it be?” Miriam Kahn and Erin Younger asked this question of the community leaders who helped to create the Pacific Voices permanent exhibit at the University of Washington’s Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture. The answers they received, presented here in Pacific Voices, are intimate, heartfelt, and in some cases, spellbinding. The exhibit became a vehicle for the expression of a variety of voices exploring sources of cultural identity – objects, rituals, ceremonies, and traditions that both anchor and showcase the ways of life of Pacific Rim communities. Each of the seventeen chapters highlights a unique cultural object: Rose Dang and Thuy Vu see the Vi- etnamese incense burner as a vehicle for carrying prayers; Iwalani Christian calls the Hawaiian pahu “the voice of the gods”; Reverend Dean Koyama describes the Japanese obutsudan as an altar for remembering loved ones; and Vi Hilbert presents the Coast Salish river canoe as “a place to learn patience.” Taken together, the stories  provide a fresh perspective on the multicultural world in which we live, as well as valuable insights into the diverse cultures of the Pacific Rim. Miriam Kahn is a professor of anthropology at the University of Washington and was curator-in-charge for the Pacific Voices exhibit.  Erin Younger is the Burke Museum’s director of public programs. DECEMBER 2005 288 pages, 8.5 x 10” 200 illus., 180 in color ISBN 0-295-98550-X pb $37.95 Cultural Studies / Ethnic Studies Death of Celilo Falls Katrine Barber For thousands of years, Pacific Northwest Indians fished, bartered, socialized, and honored their an- cestors at Celilo Falls, part of a nine-mile stretch of the Long Narrows on the Columbia River. Although the Indian community of Celilo Village survives to this day as Oregon’s oldest continuously inhabited town, with the construction of the Dalles Dam in 1957, traditional uses of the river were catastroph- ically interrupted. Most non-Indians celebrated the new generation of hydroelectricity and the easy navigability of the river “highway” created by the dam, but Indians lost a sustaining center to their lives when Celilo Falls was inundated. Death of Celilo Falls is a story of ordinary lives in extraordinary circumstances as neighboring communities went through tremendous economic, environmental, and cultural change in a brief pe- riod. Katrine Barber examines the negotiations and controversies that took place during the planning and construction of the dam and the profound impact the project had on both the Indian com- munity of Celilo Village and the non-Indian town of The Dalles, intertwined with local concerns that affected the entire American West: treaty rights, federal Indian policy, environmental transformation of rivers, and the idea of “progress.” Katrine Barber is assistant professor of history at Portland State University and associate at the Center for Columbia River History. AUGUST 2005 272 pages, 5.5 x 8.5” 15 photos, map,  index, ISBN 0-295-98546-1 pb $29.95 History / Native Studies / Environment Bringing Indians to the Book Albert Furtwangler In 1831, a delegation of Northwest Indians report- edly made the arduous journey from the shores of the Pacific to the banks of the Missouri in order to visit the famous explorer William Clark. Bring- ing Indians to the Book recounts the experiences of these explorers, and of the missionaries who preceded them. Though they differed greatly in methods and aims, missionaries and explorers shared a crucial underlying cultural characteristic: They were resolutely literate, carrying books not only in their baggage and saddlebags but also in their most commonplace thoughts and habits, and they came west in order to meet, and attempt to change, groups of people who for thousands of years had passed on their memories, learning, and values through words not written, but spo- ken or sung aloud. It was inevitable that, in this meeting of literate and oral societies, ironies and misunderstandings would abound. A skilled writer with a keen ear for language, Albert Furtwangler traces the ways in which literacy blinded those Euro-American invaders, even as he reminds us that such bookishness is also our own. Albert Furtwangler is an independent scholar affiliated with Willamette University and profes- sor emeritus, Mount Allison University. He is the author of Answering Chief Seattle and Acts of Discovery: Visions of America in the Lewis and Clark Journals. AUGUST 2005 248 pages, 6 x 9” 10 illus., map ISBN 0-295-98523-2 pb $29.95 History / Native Studies 25F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA PRESS The Encyclopedia of Native Music More Than a Century of Recordings from Wax Cylinder to the Internet Brian Wright-McLeod Brian Wright-McLeod (Dakota-Anishnabe) began working as a music journalist in 1979. His column “Dirty Words and Thoughts about Music” appears bimonthly in News from Indian Country. His activist work in Native rights took him to the airwaves on CKLN 88.1 FM in Toronto in 1985, where he continues to produce and host Renegade Radio, a live two-hour weekly music and issues program. MAY 2005 464 pages, 7 x 10” 47 halftones ISBN 0-8165-2448-3 pb $34.95 Music / Native Studies Want the word on Buffy Sainte-Marie? Looking for the best powwow record- ings? Wondering what else Jim Pepper cut besides “Witchi Tai To”? This book will answer those questions and more as it opens up the world of Native American music. In addition to the widely heard sounds of Carlos Nakai’s flute, Native music embraces a wide range of forms: country and folk, jazz and swing, reggae and rap. Brian Wright-McLeod, producer/host of Canada’s longest-running Native radio program, has gathered the musicians and their music into this comprehensive reference, an authoritative source for biographies and discographies of hundreds of Native artists. The Encyclopedia of Native Music recognizes the multifaceted contributions made by Native recording artists by tracing the history of their commercially released music. It provides an overview of the surprising abundance of recorded Native music while underlining its historical value. With almost 1,800 entries spanning more than 100 years, this book leads readers from early performers of traditional songs like William Horncloud to artists of the new millennium such as Zotigh. Along the way, it includes entries for jazz and blues artists never widely acknowledged for their Na- tive roots – Oscar Pettiford, Mildred Bailey, and Keely Smith – and traces the recording histories of contemporary performers like Rita Coolidge and Jimmy Carl Black, “the Indian of the group” in the original Mothers of Inven- tion. It also includes film soundtracks and compilation albums that have been instrumental in bringing many artists to popular attention. In addition to music, it lists spoken-word recordings, including audio books, comedy, interviews, poetry, and more. With unprecedented breadth of coverage and extensive cross-referencing, The Encyclopedia of Native Music is an essential guide for enthusiasts and collectors. More than that, it is a gateway to the authentic music of North America – music of the people who have known this land from time immemo- rial and continue to celebrate it in sound. “This exhaustive, meticulously researched book is long overdue. The musical contributions of North America’s Aboriginal people have been ignored for far too long, and this volume offers credit, at last, to the singers, musicians and songwriters who  deserve it.  A fascinating, readable volume, full of information that has never been made available before.” – Richard Flohil, Editor, Applaud Magazine, and Canadian based writer, publicist and concert promoter. “The Encyclopedia of Native Music is a monumental reference work that will serve as an invaluable tool for anyone remotely interested in the rich diversity of recorded music by First Nations Peoples in North America.” – Rob Bowman, Grammy Award winning Professor of Music at York University and author of Soulsville U.S.A.: The Story of Stax Records. 26 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 UNIVERSITY PRESS OF NEW ENGLAND Running the Bulls Cathie Pelletier One year and six days into an unsatisfactory retirement, Howard Woods is awakened by his wife in the early hours of the morning to hear the news of a decades-old betrayal. He does not take it well. In his anger and grief, Howard upends his well-ordered life and, to the dismay of his family, announces his intention of traveling to Spain to join the annual running of the bulls in Pamplona. Having thrown his life into chaos, Howard finds that his wife is no longer willing to restore it to order, as she has always done in the past. Bewil- dered, vengeful, and lonely, Howard finds himself miserably committed to a Hemingway-inspired course of his own choosing but with little idea of how to change it or to achieve the resolution he desires. Cathie Pelletier’s novels have been praised as “hilarious, generous and genuine” (New Yorker), “bitingly original” (Vogue), “masterful,” (Washington Post), and “funny and unexpectedly moving” (New York Times). She is “absolutely, inherently funny,” says the Los Angeles Times, “yet she can walk the tightrope between humor and grief without once losing her balance.” In Running the Bulls, she is in top form. Cathie Pelletier is the critically acclaimed author of six novels published under her own name – most recently Beaming Sonny Home – and of two novels published under the pseudonym K. C. McKinnon. SEPTEMBER 2005 320 pages, 5.5 x 8.5” 200 illus., 180 in color ISBN 1-58465-487-2 hc $29.95 Fiction Hot Shots and Heavy Hits Tales of an Undercover Drug Agent Paul E. Doyle The mean streets of Boston in the 1970s played host to a nefarious underworld of pimps, pushers, and addicts, and Paul ‘Sully’ Doyle was there. This undercover operative with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration met every type of unsavory character in town in his fight to bust violent drug rings during a turbulent era in the city’s history. Now Special Agent Doyle bluntly chronicles the riveting, true stories from his years on the inside. Known on the street by his alias, ‘Paulie Sullivan,’ he recalls his rookie days, trying to infiltrate the criminal drug world under the tutelage of his veteran partner, through his coming of age as an experienced narc—sharing his keen observations on ruined lives, personal peril, and government red tape along the way. A former prizefighter not at all shy about punching his way out of trouble, the author divulges a candid, worm’s-eye-view of the drug war with all its blemishes and glories. Combining gripping action with perceptive com- mentary, this unvarnished snapshot of one agent’s experiences undercover adeptly captures the violence, futility, and endless frustration of the war on drugs. As engrossing as a fiction thriller, Hot Shots and Heavy Hits provides a rare glimpse into a harsh world unknown to most of us. Paul E. Doyle served as Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration, and is currently Chairman of the New England chapter of the As- sociation of Former Federal Narcotics Agents. MAY 2005 256 pages, 6 x 9”” ISBN 1-55553-649-2 pb $19.95 Crime / Memoir David Gessner’s Return of the Osprey is “among the classics of American nature writing,” said the Boston Globe. So why does this critically ac- claimed nature writer now declare himself to be “sick of nature”? In diverse, diverting, and frequently hilarious es- says, Gessner wrestles with father figures both biological and literary, reflects on the pleasures and absurdities of the writing life, explores the significance of place for both his work and his sense of well-being, and rails at the confines of the nature genre even as he continues to find fresh inspiration for his writing in the natural world. In the end, he learns to embrace—or at least toler- ate—the label he once rejected. Whether kicking at the limits of his category or explaining why he was fired from his job as a bookstore clerk; whether recalling his youthful obsession with Ultimate Frisbee or recounting an adventure in the jungles of Belize; whether lam- pooning his own writerly envy of Sebastian Junger or raging at the over-development of Cape Cod or searching for solace in nature in the wake of September 11, Gessner ranges from the personal to the natural in lyrical reflections on writing, self, and society. David Gessner is author of A Wild, Rank Place, Under the Devil’s Thumb, and Return of the Osprey, all published by UPNE. He is currently an assist- ant professor in the creative writing program at University of North Carolina Wilmington. MAY 2005 248 pages, 5.5 x 8.5”” ISBN 1-58465-464-3 pb $19.95 Environment Sick of Nature David Gessner 27F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A UPNE WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY PRESS The Rise and Fall of the Broadway Musical Mark N. Grant A highly original, incisive, and spirited examination of the rise, heyday, and decline of American musi- cal theatre. Many of today’s Broadway shows, from Rent to The Lion King, have become commercial hits, but do they have the cultural importance or the dramatic and musical artistry of such enduring productions as Oklahoma!, Show Boat, or Kiss Me, Kate? Mark N. Grant traces the transformation of sing- ing and melody, libretto and lyric writing, dance rhythms, sound design, and choreography and stage direction through three distinct eras: the formative period (1866–1927), the golden age (1927–1966), and the fall (1967 to the present). He explores how and why the unsophisticated genre of pre-1927 musical comedy evolved into the creative, innovative, and immensely popular theatre produced by the likes of Rodgers and Ham- merstein and then steadily faded as a significant entertainment genre in American culture, giving rise to the “McMusicals” of today. This provocative, sometimes irreverent work offers a refreshing perspective on the history of Ameri- can musical theatre and provides strong views on restoring the genre to its former greatness. It will appeal to anyone interested in the history of theatre, and the Broadway musical in particular. Mark N. Grant is a composer and writer. He is the author of Maestros of the Pen: A History of Classical Music Criticism in America, winner of the ASCAP–Deems Taylor Award. 2004 392 pages, 21 illus., 6 x 9” ISBN1-55553-642-5 pb $29.95 Performing Arts / History Drawing on his background as an ethnomusicolo- gist as well as years of experience as an accom- plished jazz musician, Paul Austerlitz argues that jazz—and the world-view or consciousness that surrounds it—embodies an aesthetic of inclusive- ness, reaching out from its African American base to embrace all of humanity. Fans and musicians have made this claim before, but Austerlitz is the first to provide a scholarly basis for it. He examines jazz in relation to race and national identity in the U.S. and then broadens his scope to consider jazz within the African diaspora and in very different transnational scenes, from the Dominican Republic to Finland. Drawing on extensive fieldwork, the book explores jazz in an extraordinary range of contexts. One of the central chapters is devoted to the history of the groundbreaking Latin jazz band of Machito and his Afro-Cubans, who were inspired by the dancing of both Harlemites and Jewish mamboniks, while the final chapter includes an extensive interview with the seminal drummer Mil- ton Graves, one of Austerlitz’s mentors, who holds that music profoundly influences our biorhythms and indeed shapes our thoughts. Paul Austerlitz is an ethnomusicologist, musician, and author of Merengue: Dominican Music and Do- minican Identity. He is Assistant Professor of Music and Africana Studies at Brown University. OCTOBER 2005 320 pages, 6 x 9”” 15 figures, 8 color illus. ISBN 0-8195-6782-5 pb $29.95 Music / Cultural Studies When two European scientists unexpectedly inherit an Indian rajah’s fortune, each builds an experimental city of his dreams in the wilds of the American Northwest. France-Ville is a harmonious urban community devoted to health and hygiene, the  specialty of its French founder, Dr. François Sarrasin. Stahlstadt, or City of Steel, is a fortress- like factory town  devoted to the manufacture of high-tech weapons of war. Its German creator, the fanatically pro-Aryan Herr Schultze, is Verne’s first truly evil scientist. In his quest for world domination and racial supremacy, Schultze decides to show- case his deadly wares by destroying France-Ville and all its inhabitants. Both prescient and caution- ary, The Begum’s Millions is a masterpiece of sci- entific and political speculation and constitutes one of the earliest technological utopia/dystopias in Western literature. This Wesleyan edition features notes, appendices, and a critical introduction as well as all the illustrations from the original French edition. Jules Verne (1828–1905) was the first author to popularize the literary genre that has become known as science fiction. Jules Verne (1828–1905) was the first author to popularize the literary genre that has become known as science fiction. Arthur B. Evans is Professor of French at DePauw University and series editor for Wesleyan’s Early Classics of Science Fiction series. Stanford L. Luce is Pro- fessor Emeritus of French at Miami University in Ohio. Peter Schulman is Associate Professor of French and International Studies at Old Dominion University. DECEMBER 2005 288 PAGES 44 b/w illus. 5.5 X 8.5” ISBN 0-8195-6796-5 hc $36.95 Fiction Jazz Consciousness Music, Race, and Humanity Paul Austerlitz The Begum’s Millions Jules Verne Translated by Stanford L. Luce Edited by Arthur B. Evans Introduction by Peter Schulman 28 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 Evolution of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement Lee Botts and Paul Muldoon Water quality concerns are not new to the Great Lakes. They emerged early in the 20th century, in 1909 and matured in 1972 and 1978. They remain a prominent part of today’s conflicted politics and advancing industrial growth. The Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, under the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909, became a model to the world for environmental management across an international boundary. Evolution of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement recounts this historic binational relationship, an agreement intended to protect the fragile Great Lakes. One strength of the agreement is its flexibility, which includes a requirement for periodic review that allows modification as problems are solved, conditions change, or scientific research reveals new problems. The first progress was made in the 1970s in the area of eutrophication, the process by which lakes gradually age, which normally takes thou- sands of years to progress, but is accelerated by modern water pollution. The bi-national agreement led to the successful lowering of phosphorus levels that saved Lake Erie, and led to the identification and lowering of the levels of toxic contaminants that cause major threats to human and wildlife health. Lee Botts is founder the Lake Michigan Federation. Paul Muldoon is the Executive Director and counsel at the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA). Muldoon is the author of four books and is the coeditor of Canadian Environmental Law Reports. SEPTEMBER 2005 256 pages, 7 x 10 Illustrations, Appendices, Glossary ISBN 0-87013-752-2, pb $34.95 Environmental Studies / History Writing the War on Terrorism Language, Politics and Counter-terrorism Richard Jackson In a comparatively short timespan, the war on terrorism has become the most extensive counter-terrorist campaign in history; its scope and expenditure of resources could soon rival the Cold War. This book examines the public language of the war on terrorism, and the way that rhetoric has been deployed to justify and normalise a global counter-ter- rorist campaign. More specifically, it explains how the political and cultural meaning of the September 11, 2001 attacks came to be dominated by a single war-based interpreta- tion; how the abuse of prisoners in Iraq was normalised through language and practice; how the language of counter-terrorism constructs American identity; how officials deliberately manipulate public anxiety about terrorist threats; and how popular political and cultural narratives are deployed to gain public consent for official counter-terrorism policies. Writing the War on Terrorism explores how the war on terrorism has been reproduced and amplified by key social actors and how it has become the dominant political narra- tive in America today, enjoying widespread bipartisan and popular support. The author argues that the normalisation and institu- tionalisation of the administration’s current counter-terrorism approach is damaging to society’s ethical values and to democratic political participation. MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY  PRESS Richard Jackson is Lecturer in International Security at the Centre for International Politics at the University of Manchester. MAY 2005 240 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 0-7190-7121-6 pb $32.95 Politics 29F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY  PRESS Beginning Shakespeare both introduces stu- dents to the study of Shakespeare and grounds their understandings of his work in theoretical discourses. It breaks down both fears and pre- conceptions to offer students both a map of the current critical practices of others and a sense of the possibilities for developing their own. After iintroducing dominant approaches of the past, seven further chapters introduce the major current critical approaches to Shakespeare, with separate chapters on psychoanalysis, New Historicism, Cultural Materialism, gender studies and queer theory, postcolonial criticism and performance criticism, and one examining the growing roles of biography, attribution studies, and textual studies. Each chapter also offers a list of suggested further reading and interactive exercises focusing on key facts and issues raised in the chapter. The way each chapter analyses the strengths and weaknesses of each perspective allows students a clear understanding of each approach and enables them to make informed choices between them, thus suggesting ways of continuing to make mean- ing out of Shakespeare which are both theoretically informed and new. An invaluable introduction for anyone studying English at university, ‘Beginning Shakespeare’, by addressing what is primarily at stake in these various theoretical approaches and by mapping the territory, ultimately allows students to negotiate it for themselves. Lisa Hopkins is Professor of English at Sheffield Hallam University. MAY 2005 224pages, 5 x 8” ISBN  0-7190-6423-6 pb $19.95 Literature / Criticism Beginning Shakespeare Lisa Hopkins This is the most comprehensive study to date of Amy Tan’s texts. It offers close readings of her works in the context of broader debates about the representation of identity, history and reality.Indi- vidual chapters examine The Joy Luck Club, The Kitchen God’s Wife, The Hundred Secret Senses, and The Bonesetter’s Daughter. In contrast with Tan’s own American-born nar- rators, and mainstream critics, Bella Adams’s study looks beyond the stereotypes which appear in Tan’s books, and explores the ways in which Chinese immigrants and their American relatives struggle to understand each other’s ‘best qualities’ via the Chinese tradition of the ‘talk story’. She emphasises Tan’s American narrators’ process of becoming Chinese and discovering ‘real China’, and the significance of the ironic staging of these moments. Students and general readers will find this study both accessible and probing, while scholars will welcome its contribution to our understanding of a significant figure in contemporary literature, as well as to Chinese-American, post-colonial, and more general issues of representation Bella Adams is Lecturer in English Studies at Liverpool Hope University College. APRIL 2005 232 pages, 5 x 8” ISBN 0-7190-6207-1 pb $24.95 Literature / Film Amy Tan Bella Adams This volume offers a new interpretation of one of the most innovative directors in the history of cinema. It is the first book to cover the whole of Godard’s career, from the early successes of the French New Wave, through the political works of the late 1960s and 1970s and the difficult films of the 1980s, to the recent triumphs of  Histoire(s) du cinéma and Eloge de l’amour. Drawing on a wide range of literary, filmic and philiosophical texts, the book places Godard’s work within its intellectual context in France, ex- amining how developments in French culture and thought since 1950 have been mirrored in - and sometimes anticipated by – Godard’s films. At the same time, numerous sequences from Godard’s films are singled out for close analysis in order to demonstrate how the director’s radical approaches to narrative, editing, sound and shot composition have made the cinema into an analytical tool in its own right, a machine for thinking. The book will be useful to all students of Godard’s films, and of interest to scholars of modern and contemporary French cinema, culture and thought. Douglas Morrey is Lecturer in French at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. APRIL 2005 272 pages, 5 x 8 12 b&w illustrations ISBN 0-7190-6759-6 pb $32.95 Film Jean-Luc Godard Douglas Morrey 30 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS The pressing and universally relevant issue of euthanasia is debated in this volume. Euthanasia has become increasingly contentious as populations age, and medical and scientific advances continue to transform and extend life. Euthanasia - Choice and Death examines the key philosophical arguments that have underpinned thinking and practice up till now: • The centrality of choice to our notion of the human being; • The challenge of changes to our concept of death in the face of medical, scientific and technological advances. Gail Tulloch develops a conception of dignity that does not depend on religious assumptions and can promote a broad ethical consensus in a liberal democracy. Examination of landmark cases and the approaches adopted by key countries – the U.S.A., the U.K., the Netherlands, and Australia – ground the book. “An extraordinary contribution in this area, pro- viding insight into the many dilemmas faced by individuals, families and professionals. This work offers not only the opportunity to understand such debates but also provides numerous landmark case studies that will be useful for teachers and students alike.” – Wendy Moyle, PhD, RN Assoc Professor of Nurs- ing and Chair of Griffith University Human Research Ethics Committee, Brisbane, Australia JUNE 2005 198 pages ISBN 0-7486-1881-3 pb $32.95 Ethics Euthanasia – Choice and Death Gail Tulloch The fascinating variety of Scotland’s church build- ings is rarely appreciated. Many are hidden away in remote country areas, or in parts of towns and cities not often visited. Others are critical to the ‘sense of place’ that makes settlements recognised and loved. In this book a hundred and eighty-four churches still used for worship are il- lustrated with line drawings and photographs, with pithy texts drawing out where they fit into the fabric of Scotland, and into nearly a thousand years of church construction. Some are well-known and widely loved; others will surprise and delight. John R. Hume is a former Chief Inspector of Historic Buildings with Historic Scotland, with responsibility for listing and listed building consent throughout Scotland. He was also involved with the setting up of the Scotland’s Churches Scheme and developing their handbook. SEPTEMBER 2005 160 pages, 180 illustrations in colour and b&w ISBN 0-7486-2179-2 pb $32.95 Scotland / Architecture Scotland’s Best Churches John R. Hume This book provides a unique and comprehensive review of the making and re-making of Edinburgh over most of the last millennium. A series of themes of wide relevance are explored and discussed in the context of their impact upon the form of the city and its success as a capital. These include the European influence on urban and architectural form; the synthesis of architecture, landscape and topography; the dialogue between conservation and innovation; the search for social, economic and cultural sustainability; and the role of governance and public action in urban ecology A special feature of the book is the way the Old and New Towns are discussed as a connected problem of image and politics, rather than two isolated events in the history of the city. Likewise the relations between the city centre, the suburban edge and beyond throughout the 20th century are examined holistically, allowing the reader to gain a broader perspective both of the city of today and of the future.  What emerges is a city unique – at least in the UK – in terms of the care taken over its image and sense of identity, and the political and institutional investment made in preserving this. Brian Edwards is Professor of Architecture at the Edinburgh College of Art. Paul Jenkins is Director of the Centre for Environment and Human Settle- ments, Heriot-Watt University. He is joint editor of Urban Development and SEPTEMBER 2005 256 pages ISBN 0-7486-1868-6 pb $44.95 Scotland / Urban Studies Edinburgh The Making of a Capital City Edited by Brian Edwards and Paul Jenkins 31F O R  M O R E  I N F O R M A T I O N  V I S I T  W W W . U BCP R E S S . C A  “Tony Platt’s pursuit of the notorious Nurem- berg documents of the Nazi regime is a fascinating excursion into history. It is also full of provocative insights about the culture of remembering.” –Howard Zinn At the end of World War II, an American military intelligence team retrieved an original copy of the 1935 Nuremberg Laws, signed by Hitler, and turned over this rare document to General George S. Patton. In 1999, after fifty-five years in the vault of the Huntington Library in southern California, the Nuremberg Laws resurfaced and were put on public display for the first time at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.  In this far-ranging, interdisciplinary study that is part historical analysis, part cultural critique, part detec- tive story, and part memoir, Tony Platt and Cecilia E. O’Leary explore a range of interrelated issues: war-time looting, remembrance of the holocaust, German and American eugenics, and the public responsibilities of museums and cultural centers.  Anthony M. Platt is professor emeritus at Cali- fornia State University, Sacramento, where he has taught since 1977. Cecilia E. O’Leary is Associ- ate Professor of American History at California State University, Monterey Bay. NOVEMBER 2005 240 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-59451-140-3 pb $23.95 History / Politics PARADIGM PUBLISHERS Few phenomena in the Arab world are more con- troversial than Al Jazeera – the satellite television news channel that, despite its brief history, has made its impact known throughout the world and changed the face of a formerly parochial Arab media. The book provides rare insights into Al Jazeera’s politics, its agenda, its programs, its coverage of regional crises, and its treatment of the West. The authors attempt to gauge the station’s impact on ordinary Arab viewers, understand its effect on an increasingly visible Arab public sphere, and map out the role it plays in regional Arab politics. The image of Al Jazeera that emerges from this book is much more complex than its depiction in Ameri- can media. It reveals the powerful role that the network plays in shaping ideas and reconstructing Arab identities during a crucial juncture in Middle Eastern history and politics. Mohamed Zayani is Associate Professor of criti- cal theory at the American University of Sharjah, UAE.  He received his Ph.D. from Indiana Univer- sity. He is the author of Arab Satellite Television and Politics in the Middle East and Reading the Symptom (ECSSR).  Currently, he is working on a Social Science Research Council collaborative project on Arab media. MAY 2005 224 pages, 6 x 9” ISBN 1-59451-126-8 pb $23.95 Politics / Media Studies The Al Jazeera Phenomenon: Critical Perspectives on New Arab Media Mohamed Zayani With contributions by five Nobel Peace Prize win- ners, former government officials, scholars, reli- gious leaders, journalists, activists, and prominent cultural figures, the documentary film XXI Century explores American reactions to recent global events captured through the lens of interviews and political rallies. This book presents selected excerpts from the filming of prominent U.S. citi- zens voicing their views on Bush administration policies in the new century. These events include the much-contested 2000 election, the September 11, 2001 attacks, the impact of the USA Patriot Act, the accelerated growth of peace movements, the recruitment of U.S. soldiers, U.S. policy and attitudes toward the Middle East, sanctions and war in Iraq, and human rights violations. The speak- ers also consider how the rise of media spectacle and punditry at the expense of quality journalism inhibits the ability of Americans to react to these events as informed citizens. The voices of Ameri- cans, both ordinary and famous, resonate with passion and urgency in response to the injustice and far-reaching effects of the current U.S. foreign policy. American Voices of Dissent highlights the other side of the story and makes a case for global solidarity against U.S. imperialism. 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Mark  32 Bringing Indians to the Book  24 British Columbia Place Names  32 Brooks, Carellin  10 Bryden, Christine  37 Buck, A.R.  9 Buckner, Phillip  9 Building the Next Ark  38 Bulbeck, Chilla  15 Burger, Nancy  38 Butfoy, Andy  23 Buss, Helen M.  35 Butler, Robert  33 Calam, John  32 Campbell, Claire Elizabeth  2 Campbell, Neil  37 Campeau, Georges   3 Canada and the End of Empire  9 Cannings, Robert A.  39 ¡Carnaval!  40 Carr, Mike   9 Carter, Sue  38 Chapnick, Adam  11 Children, Youth and Adults in Asperger Syndrome.. 17 Chiefs of the Sea and Sky  32 Chomsky, Noam  39 Citizens  32 Civic Agriculture  38 Clements, John  18 Clubb, Merrell   22 Coe, Cassandra  37 Cohen, Marjorie Griffin  3 Cohen, Stephen Philip  36 Cole, Jean M.  35 Colpitts, G.W.  2 Commanding Canadians  10 Common Sense on Weapons of Mass Destruction 23, 32 Conover, Sarah  19 Contact Zones  10 Coping with Methuselah  36 Cooper, Barry   1, 33 Common Sense on Weapons of Mass Distruction  23 Costas, Bob  36 Côté, Mark  11 Courtney, John. C.  32 Couture and Commerce  32 Crissey, Pat.. 17, 37, 38 Critical Disability Theory  10 Cross, William  32 Cross-Cultural Caring, 2nd ed.  10 Cruikshank, Julie  33 Cruise of the Janet Nichol among the South Sea Islands, The  40 Cubism and its Histories  38 Cultures of the American New West, The  37 Daalder, Ivo H.  36 Dale, Ann  11 Daly, Richard   9 Dancing Universe, The  39 Dancing with Dementia  37 Dauvergne, Catherine   9 Dawson, Michael   4 Deal, David   21 Death of Celilo Falls  24 Delany, Samuel R.  40 Dempsey, Dave  38 Despotic Dominion  9 Deur, Douglas  6 Devlin, Richard  10 Dietrich, William  40 Different Croaks for Different Folks  17 Different Like Me  17 Different Minds  17, 37 Dillon, Grace  39 Disarming Proposals  23 Djao, Wei  36 DNA and Your Body  23 Docherty, David C.  9, 32 Dodds, Felix  14 Dominion and the Rising Sun, The  9 Double or Nothing?  38 Doyle, Paul E.26 Dress and Globalisation  38 Drummond, Susan   11 Duffek, Karen  32 Duncan, Lesley  37 Dunlap, Thomas  40 Du Bois, W. 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B.  39 Eckert, Cameron D.  32 Edinburgh   30 Edinburgh Book of Twentieth-Century Scottish Poetry, The  37 Edwards, Brian  30 Eigen, Michael  40 Eistein Intersection, The   40 Elections  32 Elder, Jenni  17 Ellis, Graeme M.  33, 35 Empire and Inequality  39 Employment for Individuals with Asperger Syndrome or Non-Verbal Learning Disability  37 Encyclopedia of Native Music, The  25 Euthanasia  30 Ever Blooming  20 Everitt, Joanna   9, 32 Every Inch a Woman  10 Evolution of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement  28 Facing the Wild  15 Faith in Nature  40 Falk, Marcia  39 Fast, Yvona  37 Federalism  32 Fedje, Daryl  10 Fienup-Riordan, Ann  40 Fight or Pay  32 Filson, Glen  9 Finlay, Finola   10 First Do No Harm  32 First Fish, Fist People  32 First Nations of British Columbia, The  33 Fishman, Sylvia Barack  38 Fitgerald, Michael  19, 38 Fleisher, Marc  18 Food Plants of Coastal First Peoples  6 Food Plants of Interior First Peoples  6 Food Wars  14 Ford, John K.B.  33, 35 Forsyth, Robert G.  39 Fort Langley Journals, 1827–30  33 Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome  17 Freeze Frame  40 Freire, Paulo  39 Friday, Chris  40 From UI to EI  3 Furniss, Elizabeth Furtwangler, Albert   24 Future Factor, The  12 Gallucci, Robert L.  36 Aaron, Henry J.  36 Aboriginal Plant Use in Canada’s Northwest Boreal Forest  6 Adams, Bella  29 Adams, John Luther  40 Adams, William M  15. ADD and Me  37 Adney, Tappan  33 Advocacy Groups  9, 32 Against Extinction  15 Akrigg, G.P.V.  32 Akrigg, Helen B.  32 Alex Lord’s British Columbia  32 Al-jazeera Phenomenon, The  31 Alternative Internet, An  37 Ament, Deloris Tarzan  40 American Horror Film, The  37 America Unbound  36 American Voices of Dissent  31 Amy Tan  29 Ancient People of the Arctic  32 Andres, Lesley  10 Animals and Nature  8 Armstrong, John Griffith  33 Arnold, Eileen  16 Art of Ethnography, The  21 Asperger Syndrome, Adolescence, and Identity 37 Asperger Syndrome in Young Children  37 Asperger’s Syndrome  37 Asperger’s Syndrome in the Family  17 Asperger’s Syndrome Guide  18 Assassin  12 At Work in Life’s Garden  19 Atleo, E. Richard  35 Atton, Chris  37 Attwood, Tony  16, 17, 18, 37 Atwater, Brian F.  21 Auger, Martin   11 Austerlitz, Paul   27 Awe of the Tiger  8 Backhouse, Constance  33 Backhouse, Nancy L.  33 Baillargeon, Morgan  33 Baldasty, Gerald J.  22 Balcomb, Kenneth C.  33 Baranek, Patricia M.  32 Barbed Wire  40 Barber, Katrine  24 Barton, Greg  23 Bats of British Columbia  32 Beattie, Judith Hudson  35 Before the Fall  12 Behavior and Ecology of Pacific Salmon and Trout, The  7 Beginning Shakespeare  29 Begum’s Millions, The  27 Being a Tourist  4 Being Chinese  36 Bell, J. Bowyer  12 Berlin, Isaiah  36 Between Work and Leisure  13 Beyond the Reach of Time and Change  36 Bill Reid  32 Biopiracy  10 Bioregionalism and Civil Society  9 Birds of British Columbia, Volumes 1- 4, The  7 Birds of Ontario: Habitat Requirements, Limiting Factors, and Status,  7 Birds of the Yukon Territory  2, 32 Black, Martha  39 Blanket Weaving in the Southwest  36 Bloodlines  31 Boushéy, Ann  37 42 O R D E R  F R O M  uniPRESSES TEL: 1 877 864 8477 AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX Gamblers and Dreamers  33 Gartner, Rosemary  22, 34 Gay Male Pornography   33 Geller, Peter  2 Geography of British Columbia, 2nd ed.  4 Gerson, Carole  35 Gessner, David   26 Ghaziuddin, Mohammad  18 Gidengil, Elizabeth  32 Gleiser, Marcelo  39 Globalization and Well-Being  33 God and Caesar in China  36 Going Critical  36 Governing with the Charter  10 Graham, Jr., Ambassador Thomas  23, 32 Granoff, Phyllis   9 Grant, Mark N.  27 Gray, Carole  16 Great Blue Heron  33 Gunter, Jr., Michael M.  38 Haida Gwaii  10 Haida Monumental Art  33 Haig-Brown, Celia  11 Halifax Explosion and the Royal Canadian Navy, The  33 Hall, Bonnie  20 Hall, James D.   20 Halpin, Marjorie M.  35 Hames, Annette  17 Hamrin, Carol Lee  36 Hanford Reach, The  36 Hankivsky, Olena   3, 10 Hanna, Darwin  34 Hardy, Henry  36 Harpur, John  19, 38 Harris, R. 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