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The West Unbound: Social and Cultural Studies

1915-8181 The West Unbound: Social and Cultural Studies series (print)
1915-819X The West Unbound: Social and Cultural Studies series (electronic)

Writing on the western halves of Canada and the United States once focused on the alienation of the peoples of these regions from residents of the eastern regions. The mythology of a homogenized West fighting for a place in the sun blunted interest in the lives of ordinary people and the social struggles that pitted some groups in the West against others, usually the elite groups that claimed to speak for the whole region on the national stage. This series challenges simplistic definitions of the West and its institutions. It focuses upon the ways in which various groups of Westerners—women, workers, Aboriginal peoples, and farmers, and people of various ethnic origins, among others—tried to shape the institutions and attitudes of the region. It also assesses why and how the people of the two Wests established local and regional myths and how these myths in turn contributed to cultural and social developments. The series demonstrates that the social structures and cultural attitudes in both Canada and the United States are in constant evolution, with echoes of established mythologies constantly being challenged by new understandings and changing constellations of social forces. This series draws on a variety of disciplines and is intended for both university audiences and lay audiences with an interest in the American and Canadian Wests.

Series Titles


Expansive Discourses:
Urban Sprawl in Calgary, 1945-1978

Max Foran
9781897425138 (SC)
9781897425145 (pdf)
9781771991537 (epub)


Goodlands:
A Meditation and History on the Great Plains

by Frances W. Kaye
9781897425985 (SC)
9781897425992 (pdf)
9781926836416 (epub)


Icon, Brand, Myth:
The Calgary Stampede

edited by Max Foran
9781897425039 (HC)
9781897425121 (pdf)
9781771991476 (epub)


The Importance of Being Monogamous:
Marriage and Nation Building in Western Canada to 1915

Sarah Carter
9780888644909 (SC)
9781897425190 (pdf)
9781897425190 (epub)


Liberalism, Surveillance, and Resistance:
Indigenous Communities in Western Canada, 1877-1927

Keith D. Smith
9781897425398 (SC)
9781897425404 (pdf)
9781897425404 (epub)


One Step Over the Line:
Toward a History of Women in the North American Wests

edited by Elizabeth Jameson and Sheila McManus
9780888645012 (SC)
9781897425206 (pdf)


Recollecting:
Lives of Aboriginal Women of the Canadian Northwest and Borderlands

edited by Sarah Carter and Patricia A. McCormack
9781897425824 (SC)
9781897425831 (pdf)
9781926836324 (epub)


The West and Beyond:
New Perspectives on an Imagined Region

edited by Alvin Finkel, Sarah Carter, and Peter Fortna
9781897425800 (SC)
9781897425817 (pdf)
9781897425817 (epub)


Issues in Distance Education

1919-4382 Issues in Distance Education series (print)
1919-4390 Issues in Distance Education series (electronic)

Series Editor(s): Terry Anderson

Editor, International Review of Research on Open and Distance Learning
terrya@athabascau.ca

Distance education is the fastest growing mode of both formal and informal teaching, training and learning. It has many variants that include e-learning, mobile learning and immersive learning environments. This series offers informative and accessible overviews, research results, discussions and explorations of current issues, technologies and services used in distance education. Each volume focuses on critical issues and emerging trends, while noting the evolutionary history and roots of this specialized mode of education and training. The series is targeted at a wide group of readers including distance education teachers, trainers, administrators, researchers and students.

Series Titles


Accessible Elements:
Teaching Science Online and at a Distance

edited by Dietmar Kennepohl and Lawton Shaw
9781897425473 (SC)
9781897425480 (pdf)
9781897425480 (epub)


An Online Doctorate for Researching Professionals:
Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation

Swapna Kumar and Kara Dawson
9781771992077 (SC)
9781771992084 (pdf)
9781771992091 (epub)


Assessment Strategies for Online Learning:
Engagement and Authenticity

Dianne Conrad and Jason Openo
9781771992329 (SC)
9781771992336 (pdf)
9781771992343 (epub)


A Designer's Log:
Case Studies in Instructional Design

Michael Power
9781897425619 (SC)
9781897425466 (pdf)
9781897425466 (epub)


Emergence and Innovation in Digital Learning:
Foundations and Applications

Edited by George Veletsianos
9781771991490 (SC)
9781771991506 (pdf)
9781771991513 (epub)


Emerging Technologies in Distance Education
edited by George Veletsianos
9781897425763 (SC)
9781897425770 (pdf)
9781897425770 (epub)


Flexible Pedagogy, Flexible Practice:
Notes from the Trenches of Distance Education

edited by Elizabeth Burge, Chère Campbell Gibson, and Terry Gibson
9781926836201 (SC)
9781926836218 (pdf)
9781926836621 (epub)


Learning in Virtual Worlds:
Research and Applications

Edited by Sue Gregory, Mark J.W. Lee, Barney Dalgarno, and Belinda Tynan
9781771991339 (SC)
9781771991346 (pdf)
9781771991353 (epub)


Mobile Learning:
Transforming the Delivery of Education and Training

edited by Mohamed Ally
9781897425435 (SC)
9781897425442 (pdf)
9781897425442 (epub)


Online Distance Education:
Towards a Research Agenda

edited by Olaf Zawacki-Richter and Terry Anderson
9781927356623 (SC)
9781927356630 (pdf)
9781927356647 (epub)


Teaching Crowds:
Learning and Social Media

Jon Dron and Terry Anderson
9781927356807 (SC)
9781927356814 (pdf)
9781927356821 (epub)


Teaching in Blended Learning Environments:
Creating and Sustaining Communities of Inquiry

Norman D. Vaughan, Martha Cleveland-Innes, and D. Randy Garrison
9781927356470 (SC)
9781927356487 (pdf)
9781927356494 (epub)


The Theory and Practice of Online Learning, second edition
edited by Terry Anderson
9781897425084 (SC)
9781897425077 (pdf)
9781897425077 (epub)


Our Lives: Diary, Memoir, and Letters

1921-6653 Our Lives: Diary, Memoir, and Letters series (print)
1921-6661 Our Lives: Diary, Memoir, and Letters series (electronic)

Social history contests the construction of the past as the story of elites—a grand narrative dedicated to the actions of those in power. Our Lives seeks instead to make available voices from the past that might otherwise remain unheard. By foregrounding the experience of ordinary individuals, the series aims to demonstrate that history is ultimately the story of our lives, lives constituted in part by our response to the issues and events of the era into which we are born. Many of the voices in the series thus speak in the context of political and social events of the sort about which historians have traditionally written. What they have to say fills in the details, creating a richly varied portrait that celebrates the concrete, allowing broader historical settings to emerge between the lines. The series invites materials that are engagingly written and that contribute in some way to our understanding of the relationship between the individual and the collective. Manuscripts that include an introduction or epilogue that contextualizes the primary materials and reflects on their significance will be preferred.

Series Titles


Amma’s Daughters:
A Memoir

Meenal Shrivastava
9781771991957 (SC)
9781771991964 (pdf)
9781771991971 (epub)


Leaving Iran:
Between Migration and Exile

Farideh Goldin
9781771991377 (SC)
9781771991384 (pdf)
9781771991391 (epub)


Letters from the Lost:
A Memoir of Discovery

Helen Waldstein Wilkes
9781897425534 (SC)
9781897425541 (pdf)
9781897425541 (epub)


Man Proposes, God Disposes:
Recollections of a French Pioneer

Pierre Maturié, translated by Vivien Bosley
9781926836553 (SC)
9781926836560 (pdf)
9781926836577 (epub)


Mission Life in Cree-Ojibwe Country:
Memories of a Mother and Son

Elizabeth Bingham Young and E. Ryerson Young, edited and with introductions by Jennifer S. H. Brown
9781771990035 (SC)
9781771990042 (pdf)
9781771990059 (epub)


เกมส์ยิงปลาออนไลน์ My Decade at Old Sun, My Lifetime of Hell
Arthur Bear Chief
9781771991759 (SC)
9781771991766 (pdf)
9781771991773 (epub)


Rocks in the Water, Rocks in the Sun:
A Memoir from the Heart of Haiti

Vilmond Joegodson Déralciné and Paul Jackson
9781771990110 (SC)
9781771990127 (pdf)
9781771990134 (epub)


The Teacher and the Superintendent:
Native Schooling in the Alaskan Interior, 1904-1918

compiled and annotated by George E. Boulter II and Barbara Grigor-Taylor
9781927356500 (SC)
9781927356517 (pdf)
9781927356524 (epub)

[upcoming title]
Under the Nakba Tree:
Fragments of a Palestinian Family in Canada

Mowafa Said Househ
9781771992039 (SC)
9781771992046 (pdf)
9781771992053 (epub)


A Very Capable Life:
The Autobiography of Zarah Petri

John Leigh Walters
9781897425411 (SC)
9781897425428 (pdf)
9781897425428 (epub)


The Wolves at My Shadow:
The Story of Ingelore Rothschild

Ingelore Rothschild, edited by Darilyn Stahl Listort and Dennis Listort
9781771990615 (SC)
9781771990639 (pdf)
9781771990646 (epub)


A Woman of Valour:
The Biography of Marie-Louise Bouchard Labelle

Claire Trépanier
9781897425848 (SC)
9781897425855 (pdf)
9781897425855 (epub)


Xwelíqwiya:
The Life of a Stó:lō Matriarch

Rena Point Bolton and Richard Daly
9781927356562 (SC)
9781927356579 (pdf)
9781927356586 (epub)


Mingling Voices

1917-9405 Mingling Voices series (print)
1917-9413 Mingling Voices series (electronic)

Series Editor(s): Manijeh Mannani

Manijeh Mannani is Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature.
manijehm@athabascau.ca

“Give us wholeness, for we are broken
But who are we asking, and why do we ask“
— Phyllis Webb

Mingling Voices invites the work of writers who challenge boundaries, both literary and cultural. The series issues a reminder that literature is not obligated to behave in particular ways; rather, it can defy convention and comfort and demand that readers summon the courage to explore. At the same time, literary words are not ordinary words, and the series implicitly raises the question of how literature can be delineated and delimited. While Mingling Voice welcomes original work—poems, short stories, and, on occasion, novels—written in English, it also acknowledges the craft of translators, who build bridges across the borders of language. Similarly, the series is interested in cultural crossings, whether through immigration or travel or through the interweaving of literary traditions themselves.

Series Titles


Dreamwork
Jonathan Locke Hart
9781897425701 (SC)
9781897425718 (pdf)
9781897425718 (epub)


The dust of just beginning
Don Kerr
9781897425923 (SC)
9781897425930 (pdf)
9781897425930 (epub)


Dustship Glory
by Andreas Schroeder
9781926836225 (SC)
9781926836232 (pdf)
9781926836393 (epub)


The Kindness Colder Than the Elements
Charles Noble
9781926836249 (SC)
9781926836256 (pdf)
9781926836645 (epub)


kiyam
Naomi McIlwraith
9781926836690 (SC)
9781926836706 (pdf)
9781926836713 (epub)


The Lays of Marie de France
Translated by David R. Slavitt
9781927356357 (SC)
9781927356364 (pdf)
9781927356371 (epub)


The Metabolism of Desire:
The Poetry of Guido Cavalcanti

translated by David R. Slavitt
9781926836843 (SC)
9781926836850 (pdf)
9781926836867 (epub)


Musing
sonnets by Jonathan Locke Hart
9781897425909 (SC)
9781897425916 (pdf)
9781926836386 (epub)


Poems for a Small Park
E. D. Blodgett
9781897425336 (SC)
9781897425343 (pdf)
9781897425343 (epub)


Praha
E.D. Blodgett with Czech translations by Marzia Paton
9781926836140 (SC)
9781926836157 (pdf)
9781926836362 (epub)


Roy & Me:
This Is Not a Memoir

Maurice Yacowar
9781926836102 (SC)
9781926836119 (pdf)
9781926836119 (epub)


Sefer
Ewa Lipska, translated by Barbara Bogoczek and Tony Howard
9781927356029 (SC)
9781927356036 (pdf)
9781927356043 (epub)


Spark of Light:
Short Stories by Women Writers of Odisha

Edited by Valerie Henitiuk and Supriya Kar
9781771991674 (SC)
9781771991681 (pdf)
9781771991698 (epub)


What We Are When We Are
Kaj smo, ko smo

Cvetka Lipu?, translated by Tom Priestly
9781771992497 (SC)
9781771992503 (pdf)
9781771992510 (epub)


Windfall Apples:
Tanka and Kyoka

Richard Stevenson
9781897425886 (SC)
9781897425893 (pdf)
9781897425893 (epub)


Zeus and the Giant Iced Tea
Leopold McGinnis
9781897425947 (SC)
9781897425954 (pdf)
9781926836331 (epub)


Global Peace Studies

1921-4022 Global Peace Studies series (print)
1921-4030 Global Peace Studies series (electronic)

Series Editor(s): George Melnyk

George Melnyk is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Communication and Culture, University of Calgary. He is a founder and co-chair of the Consortium for Peace Studies at the University of Calgary and the editor of Canada and the New American Empire: War and Anti-War (2004).
gmelnyk@ucalgary.ca

Global Peace Studies is an interdisciplinary series that publishes works dealing with the discourses of war and peace, conflict and post-conflict studies, human rights and international development, human security and peacebuilding. The series is global in perspective and welcomes submissions of monographs and collections from scholars and activists. Of particular interest are works on militarism, structural violence, post-war reconstruction and reconciliation in divided societies. The series encourages contributions from a wide variety of disciplines and professions including health, law, social work, education, the social sciences and humanities.

Series Titles


The ABCs of Human Survival:
A Paradigm for Global Citizenship

Arthur Clark
9781897425688 (SC)
9781897425695 (pdf)
9781897425695 (epub)


Bomb Canada and Other Unkind Remarks in the American Media
Chantal Allan
9781897425497 (SC)
9781897425503 (pdf)
9781897425503 (epub)


Strategic Nonviolent Power:
The Science of Satyagraha

Mark A. Mattaini
9781927356418 (SC)
9781927356425 (pdf)
9781927356432 (epub)


Fabriks: Studies in the Working Class

1925-6477 Fabriks: Studies in the Working Class series (print)
1925-6485 Fabriks: Studies in the Working Class series (electronic)

Series Editor(s): Jason Russell

“Capital is dead labor.”

—Karl Marx

Fabriks: Studies in the Working Class provides a broad-based forum for labour studies research. Of particular interest are works that challenge familiar national and institutional narratives , focusing instead on gender-based, occupational, ethnic, and regional divisions among workers and on strategies for fostering working-class solidarity. The series also seeks to resurrect both social class analysis and the view of labour movements as a potentially liberating social force. It invites contributions not only from labour historians but from industrial relations scholars, political scientists, economists, sociologists and social movement theorists, and anyone else whose concerns lie with the history and organization of labour, its philosophical underpinnings, and the struggle for economic and social justice.

Series Titles


Hobohemia and the Crucifixion Machine:
Rival Images of a New World in 1930s Vancouver

Todd McCallum
9781926836287 (SC)
9781926836294 (pdf)
9781926836638 (epub)


Our Union:
UAW/CAW Local 27 from 1950 to 1990

Jason Russell
9781926836430 (SC)
9781926836447 (pdf)
9781926836454 (epub)


The Political Economy of Workplace Injury in Canada
Bob Barnetson
9781926836003 (SC)
9781926836010 (pdf)
9781926836010 (epub)


Cultural Dialectics

1915-836X Cultural Dialectics series (print)
1915-8378 Cultural Dialectics series (electronic)

The series provides an open arena of debate engaging questions of culture and dialectic: their practices, theoretical forms, and relations to one another and to other spheres and modes of inquiry.

Manuscripts from within or across disciplines that seriously engage the above and related questions are actively solicited. Approaches from or engaging with any of the following are especially encouraged: continental philosophy, psychoanalysis, Frankfurt and Birmingham school traditions of cultural theory, deconstruction, gender, postcoloniality, and interdisciplinarity.

Series Titles


The Digital Nexus:
Identity, Agency, and Political Engagement

Edited by Raphael Foshay
9781771991292 (SC)
9781771991308 (pdf)
9781771991315 (epub)


Imperfection
Patrick Grant
9781926836751 (SC)
9781926836768 (pdf)
9781926836775 (epub)


The Letters of Vincent van Gogh:
A Critical Study

Patrick Grant
9781927356746 (SC)
9781927356753 (pdf)
9781927356760 (epub)


Making Game:
An Essay on Hunting, Familiar Things, and the Strangeness of Being Who One Is

Peter L. Atkinson
9781897425282 (SC)
9781897425299 (pdf)
9781897425299 (epub)


“My Own Portrait in Writing”:
Self-Fashioning in the Letters of Vincent van Gogh

Patrick Grant
9781771990455 (SC)
9781771990592 (pdf)
9781771990608 (epub)


Northern Love:
An Exploration of Canadian Masculinity

Paul Nonnekes
9781897425220 (SC)
9781897425237 (pdf)
9781897425237 (epub)


Speaking Power to Truth:
Digital Discourse and the Public Intellectual

Edited by Michael Keren and Richard Hawkins
9781771990332 (SC)
9781771990349 (pdf)
9781771990356 (epub)


The Undiscovered Country:
Essays in Canadian Intellectual Culture

Ian Angus
9781927356326 (SC)
9781927356333 (pdf)
9781927356340 (epub)


Valences of Interdisciplinarity:
Theory, Practice, Pedagogy

edited by Raphael Foshay
9781926836461 (SC)
9781926836478 (pdf)
9781926836485 (epub)


Canadian Plays

1917-5086 Canadian Plays series (print)
1917-5094 Canadian Plays series (electronic)

This series features a broad range of new Canadian plays, with at least one professional production, and with a particular emphasis on Alberta works. Publications will include single full-length plays, collections of plays by one playwright, and thematic collections by three or more playwrights. The target audience comprises theatre lovers, actors and playwrights, directors and producers, teachers and students.

Series Titles


Hot Thespian Action!:
Ten Premiere Plays from Walterdale Playhouse

edited by Robin C. Whittaker
9781897425268 (SC)
9781897425275 (pdf)


Nightwood Theatre:
A Woman’s Work Is Always Done

Shelley Scott
9781897425558 (SC)
9781897425565 (pdf)
9781897425565 (epub)


Voices of the Land:
The Seed Savers and Other Plays

Katherine Koller, introduction by Anne Nothof
9781926836935 (SC)
9781926836942 (pdf)
9781926836959 (epub)


Honouring Our Ancestors: Indigenous Knowledge

Series Editor(s): Tracey Lindberg, Neal McLeod, and Leanne Simpson

Dr. Lindberg is a dedicated Indigenous rights advocate who researches and writes in the areas of Indigenous laws and Indigenous studies.

Dr. Neal Mcleod (Cree) possesses a B.A. and M.A. from the University of Saskatchewan and a Ph.D. from the University of Regina. His primary research areas include Cree culture and history, Western Canadian Indigenous history, Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Research Methodologies, oral history research methodologies, Indigenous political history, Narrative Knowing, Anti colonial Theory, Treaties, Indigenous Art of Canada, and Canadian Indigenous Poetry.

Dr. Leanne Simpson (Mississauga) has a Ph.D. from the University of Manitoba. Her research interests include Indigenist theory and methodology, Indigenous political cultures and traditional governance, Nishnaabeg women, Indigenous Knowledge, and Indigenous philosophies on land and the environment.

Honouring Our Ancestors encourages studies that actively apply Indigenous Knowledge as a means of understanding, negotiating, and transforming the world around us. This series offers new, insightful and accessible teachings derived from studies in Indigenous knowledge, Indigenous ways of knowing, traditional ecological knowledge, and Indigenous pedagogy that are applied in a variety of sectors. This series seeks to address and include Indigenous knowledge by and for Indigenous peoples, inclusive and respectful of Indigenous understandings and protocols. It targets a wide audience including youth, students, teachers, policy makers, researchers and the general public.


Print Cultures in Context

Series Editor(s): Evelyn Ellerman and Asma Sayed

Evelyn Ellerman is an Associate Professor, Communication, Athabasca University. Her research interests are in the print culture histories of East and West Africa and the South Pacific Islands. She is currently involved in a cross-disciplinary, multi-national project to digitize documents related to the print cultures of Papua New Guinea. Dr. Ellerman can be reached at evelyne@thabascau.ca.

Asma Sayed teaches courses in communication studies, comparative literature, women's studies, and popular culture, at the University of Alberta, Grant MacEwan University, and Athabasca University. Her areas of focus include popular literature and culture, Indian cinema (Bollywood), Canadian literature, especially that written in heritage languages, post-colonial literature, diaspora studies, and women's writing; she is especially interested in the authorship, dissemination, publication, and readership of literature produced in diaspora and in the role of popular literature, language, and culture in the creation of diasporic identities. She is the co-editor (with Nayanika Kumar) of World on a Maple Leaf: A Treasury of Canadian Multicultural Folktales (2011) and is currently working on a book on Canadian print cultures in heritage languages. She can be reached at asmas@athabascau.ca.

This series invites new research into the study of authorship, dissemination, publication, and readership. It encourages transnational, historical and comparative approaches that contextualize print media, whether in their original form or in translation. Print Cultures in Context recognizes the relative youth of book history as a field and therefore welcomes innovative contributions to theory and methodology and to the exploration of relations between print and other media.


Social and Cultural Studies in the History of Health and Medicine

Series Editor(s): Kristin Burnett

Kristin Burnett is an assistant professor in history at Lakehead University. She is the author of Taking Medicine: Women's Healing Work and Colonial Contact in Southern Alberta, 1880-1930 (UBC Press, 2010).

The management of ill-health and the provision of caregiving and healing work are among the central means by which a society expresses community and resolves relationships between people, places, and institutions. Competing understandings of health and healing have played a pivotal role in framing the Canadian colonial project, and the provision of health care has emerged as a central instrument of Canadian state formation as well as a vital point of contact between the individual and the state. Health care in Canada is a contested space where social and occupational groups contend over definitions of health and the control of healing practices and where Canadians’ access to health and health care is mediated by region, gender, class, and race. The series invites new research on the relationship between health and healing practices, on the social and cultural meanings of health, health care, and on the dynamic relationship between heath, health care, and social formation from the colonial encounter to the rise of the modern welfare state.


Historic Sites and Public Heritage

Series Editor(s): Mike Payne and Don Wetherell

Historic Sites and Public Heritage will include studies ranging across a broad spectrum of international, national, provincial, regional, and local historic sites and heritage locales. This series invites narrative histories as well as analytical and critical studies. A variety of disciplinary approaches will be accepted, including studies in history, archaeology, architecture, landscape architecture, planning, interpretation, and land use. Interdisciplinary studies will also be encouraged. Both historic and contemporary approaches will be accepted.


Working Canadians: Books from the CCLH

1925-1831 Working Canadians: Books from the CCLH series (print)
1925-184X Working Canadians: Books from the CCLH series (electronic)

Series Editor(s): Alvin Finkel and Greg Kealey

The Canadian Committee on Labour History is Canada’s organization of historians and other scholars interested in the study of the lives and struggles of working people throughout Canada’s past. Since 1976, the CCLH has published Labour/Le travail, Canada’s pre-eminent scholarly journal of labour studies. It also publishes books, now in conjunction with AU Press, that focus on the history of Canada’s working people and their organizations. The emphasis in this series is on materials that are accessible to labour audiences as well as university audiences rather than simply on scholarly studies in the labour area. This includes documentary collections, oral histories, autobiographies, biographies, and provincial and local labour movement histories with a popular bent.

Series Titles


Champagne and Meatballs:
Adventures of a Canadian Communist

Bert Whyte, edited and with an introduction by Larry Hannant
9781926836089 (SC)
9781926836096 (pdf)
9781926836348 (epub)


Defying Expectations:
The Case of UFCW Local 401

Jason Foster
9781771991995 (SC)
9781771992008 (pdf)
9781771992015 (epub)


Provincial Solidarities:
A History of the New Brunswick Federation of Labour

David Frank
9781927356234 (SC)
9781927356241 (pdf)
9781927356258 (epub)


Solidarités provinciales:
Histoire de la Fédération des travailleurs et travailleuses du Nouveau-Brunswick

David Frank, traduit par Réjean Ouellette
9781927356296 (SC)
9781927356302 (pdf)
9781927356319 (epub)


Union Power:
Solidarity and Struggle in Niagara

Carmela Patrias and Larry Savage
9781926836782 (SC)
9781926836799 (pdf)
9781926836805 (epub)


The Wages of Relief:
Cities and the Unemployed in Prairie Canada, 1929–39

Eric Strikwerda
9781927356050 (SC)
9781927356067 (pdf)
9781927356074 (epub)


Working People in Alberta:
A History

Alvin Finkel, with contributions by Jason Foster, Winston Gereluk, Jennifer Kelly and Dan Cui, James Muir, Joan Schiebelbein, Jim Selby, and Eric Strikwerda
9781926836584 (SC)
9781926836591 (pdf)
9781926836607 (epub)


Past CCLH Publications

Series Editor(s): TBD TBD

Publications of The Canadian Committee on Labour History from 1993 - 2010

Series Titles


Brother Max: Labour Organizer and Educator
Max Swerdlow, edited by Gregory S. Kealey
0969206089 (SC)


Class, Community and the Labour Movement:
Wales and Canada, 1850-1930

edited by Deian R. Hopkin and Gregory S. Kealey, with an introduction by David Montgomery
0969206062 (SC)


Class, Gender, and Region:
Essays in Canadian Historical Sociology

edited and introduced by Gregory S. Kealey
0969206038 (SC)


Cold Warrior:
C.S. Jackson and the United Electrical Workers

Doug Smith
0969583575 (SC)


A Communist Life:
Jack Scott and the Canadian Workers Movement, 1927-1985

edited and introduced by Bryan D. Palmer
0969206046 (SC)


Confrontation, Struggle and Transformation:
Organized Labour in the St. Catharines Area

Carmela Patrias and Larry Savage
9781894000086 (pdf)


Fighting for Dignity:
The Ginger Goodwin Story

Roger Stonebanks
1894000064 (SC)


For A Working-Class Culture in Canada:
A Selection of Colin McKay's Writings on Sociology and Political Economy, 1897-1939

edited by Ian McKay
0969583567 (SC)


Labour Landmarks in New Brunswick | Lieux historiques ouvriers au Nouveau-Brunswick
David Frank and Nicole Lang
9781894000093 (SC)


Labouring the Canadian Millennium:
Writings on Work and Workers, History and Historiography

edited by Bryan D. Palmer
1894000048 (SC)


Lectures in Canadian Labour and Working-Class History
edited by W.J.C. Cherwinski and Gregory S. Kealey
0969206003 (SC)


A Memoir of the Spanish Civil War:
An Armenian-Canadian in the Lincoln Battalion

D. P. (Pat) Stephens
1894000021 (SC)


My Past Is Now:
Further Memoirs of a Labour Lawyer

John Stanton, with a preface by Bryan D. Palmer
0969583524 (SC)


Patrick Lenihan:
From Irish Rebel to Founder of Canadian Public Sector Unionism

edited by Gilbert Levine with an Introduction by Lorne Brown
1894000005 (SC)


R.C.M.P. Security Bulletins:
The War Series, Part II, 1942-1945

edited by Gregory S. Kealey and Reg Whitaker
0969583508 (SC)


R.C.M.P. Security Bulletins:
The War Series, 1939-1941

edited by Gregory S. Kealey and Reg Whitaker
0969206054 (SC)


R.C.M.P. Security Bulletins:
The Early Years, 1919-1929

edited by Gregory S. Kealey and Reg Whitaker
0969206097 (SC)


R.C.M.P. Security Bulletins:
The Depression Years, Part I, 1933-1934

edited by Gregory S. Kealey and Reg Whitaker
0969583516 (SC)


R.C.M.P. Security Bulletins:
The Depression Years, Part II, 1935

edited by Gregory S. Kealey and Reg Whitaker
0969583532 (SC)


R.C.M.P. Security Bulletins:
The Depression Years, Part III, 1936

edited by Gregory S. Kealey and Reg Whitaker
0969583559 (SC)


R.C.M.P. Security Bulletins:
The Depression Years, Part IV, 1937

edited by Gregory S. Kealey and Reg Whitaker
0969583583 (SC)


R.C.M.P. Security Bulletins:
The Depression Years, Part V, 1938-39

edited by Gregory S. Kealey and Reg Whitaker
0969583591 (SC)


A Square Deal For All And No Railroading:
Historical Essays on Labour in Brandon

Errol Black and Tom Mitchell
189400003X (SC)


The Struggle against Wage Controls:
The Saint John Story, 1975-1976

George Vair
1894000072 (SC)


A Very Red Life:
The Story of Bill Walsh

Cy Gonick
1894000056 (SC)


เกมส์ยิงปลาออนไลน์ The Woman Worker: 1926-1929
edited by Margaret Hobbs and Joan Sangster
1894000013 (SC)


Workers' Control on the Railroad:
A Practical Example "Right Under Your Nose"

R.E. (Lefty) Morgan; edited by G.R. Pool and D.J. Young
0969583540 (SC)


OPEL (Open Paths to Enriched Learning)

2291-2606 OPEL (Open Paths to Enriched Learning) series (print)
2291-2614 OPEL (Open Paths to Enriched Learning) series (electronic)

Series Editor(s): Connor Houlihan

Open Paths to Enriched Learning (OPEL) reflects the continued commitment of Athabasca University to removing barriers — including the cost of course materials — that restrict access to university-level study. The OPEL series offers introductory texts, on a broad array of topics, written especially with undergraduate students in mind. Although the books in the series are designed for course use, they also afford lifelong learners an opportunity to enrich their own knowledge. Like all AU Press publications, OPEL course texts are available for free download at เกมส์ยิงปลาออนไลน์ www.gospelreggaemusic.com, as well for purchase in both print and digital formats. For more information, please contact Connor Houlihan at connorh@athabascau.ca.

Series Titles

[upcoming title]
Canada’s Labour Market Training System
Bob Barnetson
9781771992411 (SC)
9781771992428 (pdf)
9781771992435 (epub)


Health and Safety in Canadian Workplaces
Jason Foster and Bob Barnetson
9781771991834 (SC)
9781771991841 (pdf)
9781771991858 (epub)


Interrogating Motherhood
Lynda R. Ross
9781771991438 (SC)
9781771991445 (pdf)
9781771991452 (epub)


Legal Literacy:
An Introduction to Legal Studies

Archie Zariski
9781927356449 (SC)
9781927356456 (pdf)
9781927356463 (epub)


Mind, Body, World:
Foundations of Cognitive Science

Michael R. W. Dawson
9781927356173 (SC)
9781927356180 (pdf)
9781927356197 (epub)


Open Data Structures:
An Introduction

Pat Morin
9781927356388 (SC)
9781927356395 (pdf)


Recovering the Past: Studies in Archaeology

2291-6784 Recovering the Past: Studies in Archaeology series (print)
2291-6792 Recovering the Past: Studies in Archaeology series (electronic)

Series Editor(s): Jack W. Brink

Recovering the Past promotes the publication of books on the archaeology of northwestern North America, including the northern Plains, Parkland, Boreal Forest, Sub-Arctic and Arctic regions. In addition, books based in other geographic regions that address topics of broad scholarly interest will be considered. The series invites manuscripts that synthesize regional archaeological research, as well as those that report on important or recently discovered sites, new analytical techniques, and methodological advances. As an essential part of its mission, the series seeks to bring archaeology to a wider audience, and a strong emphasis is placed on works written in a clear and engaging style. The volumes in Recovering the Past are addressed to students and professional archaeologists alike, as well as to academics in related disciplines and to interested members of the public.

Series Titles


Alberta’s Lower Athabasca Basin:
Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments

edited by Brian M. Ronaghan
9781926836904 (HC)
9781926836911 (pdf)
9781926836928 (epub)

[upcoming title]
Lookout Cave:
The Archaeology of Perishable Remains on the Northern Plains

John H. Brumley, with artifact photos by James Marshall
9781771991797 (SC)
9781771991803 (pdf)
9781771991810 (epub)