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Africanstudies33Agriculture32Americanhistory22Anthropology933Archaeology9Architecture3Arthistory2320Asianstudies15Biography21115162439Britishhistory38Canadianhistory111317232428343543Canadianliterature171840Communicationstudiesmediastudies10142728Criminology8Culturalstudies67192123Economics32Education293543Environmentalhistory567Explorationstudies42Fictionliteraturepoetry121842Foodstudies7Genderstudies1333Healthmedicinehistoryofmedicine132328313343History12337Immigrationstudies43Intellectualhistory10Internationalstudies1630Lawlegalhistorylegalstudies81338Linguistics42Literarycriticismliteraryhistoryliterarystudies1012194041Militaryhistorymilitarystudies24NativeAmericanstudies22Nativestudies925NorthAmericanhistory5Northernstudies2542Performancestudies40ContentsMcGill-QueensUniversityPressacknowledgeswithgratitudetheassistanceoftheAssociatedMedicalServicestheAssociationfortheExportofCanadianBookstheBeaverbrookCanadianFoundationtheCanadaCouncilfortheArtsCarletonUniversitytheFacultyofArtsofMcGillUniversitytheGovernmentofCanadathroughtheCanadaBookFundtheHumanitiesandSocialSciencesFederationofCanadatheJackmanFoundationofTorontotheSmallmanFundoftheUniversityofWesternOntarioandtheSocialSciencesandHumanitiesResearchCouncilofCanadafortheirsupportofitspublishingprogram.AboveallthePressisindebtedtoitstwoparentinstitutionsMcGillandQueensuniversitiesforgenerouscontinuingsupportforthePressasanintegralpartoftheuniversitiesresearchandteachingactivities.MontrealMcGill-QueensUniversityPress1010SherbrookeStreetWestSuite1720MontrealQCH3A2R7CanadaKingstonMcGill-QueensUniversityPressQueensUniversityKingstonONK7L3N6CanadaCOVERDESIGNwww.salamanderhill.comINTERIORDESIGNTYPESETTINGoneononevideotron.caPRINTINGGroupeLithoPrintedinCanadaPhilosophy192627Planning25Policystudiespublicadministrationpublicpolicy81314232829303143Politicalscience11212628303243Quebecstudies2Reference4Religioushistoryreligiousstudies1233536Ruraldevelopment32Slavicstudies3641Socialwork13Sociology2127343743Translationstudies12Womensstudies173840SeriesCarletonLibrarySeries24FieldsofGovernancePolicyMakinginCanadianMunicipalities30HowOttawaSpends31HughMacLennanPoetrySeriesThe12McGill-QueensNativeandNorthernSeries2225McGill-QueensRuralWildlandandResourceStudiesSeries5McGill-QueensStudiesinEthnicHistory37McGill-QueensStudiesintheHistoryofIdeas26McGill-QueensStudiesintheHistoryofReligion233536McGill-QueensAssociatedMedicalServicesStudiesintheHistoryofMedicineHealthandSociety43McGill-QueensBeaverbrookCanadianFoundationStudiesinArtHistory23VoicesandImagesofNunavimmiut25AgenciesIPIPress25QueensPolicyStudiesSchoolofPolicyStudies29 AdelsonNaomi33AikenAliceB.31AirhartPhyllisD.23AlcornKerry35AxelrodPaul29BlangerStphanieA.H.31BonnettJohn28BowdenGary37BrinkAndrew20BrookingTom37ButtLeslie33CaronAndrH.14CarrAllyson27CartwrightGeorge24ChanYolandeE.32ChenCecilia6ChildsDonaldJ.41ChrismasRobert8ClarkeDebraM.27CohenRonaldI.14CostantiniCelso1DarrochGordon34DiMascioAnthony43DixonJeffA.32DjwaSandra17DoernG.Bruce31DukelowChristineR.32EpprechtMarc33FallisGeorge29FierlbeckKatherine28FosterCecil21FranklinColleenM.42GagnonFranois-Marc2GilbertBruce26GiussaniLuigi36GreyMinnie25Hayter-MenziesGrant15HenstraDaniel30HillmerNorman11HiraAnil32HirtleWalter42HoustonC.Stuart13HunterLynette40JamiesonSusanM.9JanzenEileenR.16JohnsonJ.K.34JohnstonGordon12JojolaTed25KesselringKristaJ.38KielmannKarina33KlassenMatthewJ.27KrukEdward13LaheyWilliam28LenardPattiTamara43LesivMariya36LevingYuri41LowJacqueline37MacLennanHugh18MacLeodJanine6MartinJohnR.43MartinLouis3MassieMerle13McAloonJim37McDonald-RissanenMary40MikulakMichael7MunsonMaritK.9NatcherDavid25NeimanisAstrida6NyeckS.N.33PattersonBrad37PoserNormanS.39PoundRichardW.4RileyJohnL.5SedgwickPeterR.26ShanahanTheresa29ShukerRonnie27SimonSherry12SockenPaul10StaurCarsten30SteeleIanK.22StenbaekMarianneA.25StoneyChristopher31StoppMarianneP.24StraehleChristine43StrettonTim38SwirskiPeter19TracyNicholas24TrilokekarRoopaDesai29WalkerRyan25WeaverJohnC.23WebbTodd35WellenRichard29WilsonDavidA.17ZuidervaartLambert2736StepsontheRoadtoMedicare13AmericanProtestantTheology36BeforeOntario9BeyondtheLine31BirthofNewCriticismThe41BorderCrossings35ButforNow12CanadianPolicinginthe21stCentury8ChicagoSchoolDiasporaThe37ChurchwiththeSoulofaNationA23DawnofCanadasCenturyThe34DisuniedAesthetics40EdgeofthePrecipiceThe10EmergenceandEmpire28EqualParentingPresumptionThe13FluorsparMinesofNewfoundlandThe43FromLiteraturetoBiterature19GenuineMulticulturalism21GrowingtoOneWorld16HealthCareFederalisminCanada28HowOttawaSpends2013-201431IdeaofPopularSchoolinginUpperCanadaThe43InDutyBound34IntheIntervaloftheWave40InTranslation12InkandLight20JournalismandPoliticalExclusion27JourneywithNoMaps17LegislatedInequality43LordManseld39MakingPolicyinTurbulentTimes29MakingSenseoutofMeaning42MarriedWomenandtheLaw38MultilevelGovernanceandEmergencyManagementinCanadianMunicipalities30NewLabradorPapersofCaptainGeorgeCartwrightThe24NietzschesJustice26O.D.Skelton11OnArchitecture3OnceandFutureGreatLakesCountryThe5Paul-mileBorduas2PoliticsofthePantryThe7PrecipiceThe18QuotationsfortheFastLane4ReclaimingIndigenousPlanning25RegulatingScreens14RethinkingHigherEducation29ReturnofAncestralGodsThe36RevitalizingRuralEconomies32SecretsofaVaticanCardinalThe1SettingAlltheCaptivesFree22SexualDiversityinAfrica33ShadesofLaura41ShadowWoman15SharedResponsibility30SorrowsofaCentury23StrangeandDangerousVoyageofCaptaineThomasJamesThe42ThinkingwithWater6ThomasDArcyMcGeeVolume217TransatlanticMethodists35TroublingNaturalCategories33TruthMatters27Two-EdgedSwordA24UnpackingtheKists37VitalityofContradictionThe26VoicesandImagesofNunavimmiutVolume525VoicesandImagesofNunavimmiutVolume625WhatMakesClustersCompetitive32TitleIndexAuthorEditorIndex On19April1940CelsoCostantinipropheticallywroteinhisdiarythatifItalyfollowedHitlerintowaritwouldbeallyingitselfwiththeAnti-Christ.WithinweeksMussolinisfascistregimeplungedItalyintothedestructivemaelstromofglobalmilitaryconict.Theensuingyearsbroughtworldwarthefalloffascismoccupationlibera-tionandtheemergenceofanewpoliticalorder.TheSecretsofaVaticanCardinalisanextraor-dinaryanddetailedbehind-the-scenesaccountofcrucialepisodesinEuropeswartimehistoryfromauniquevantagepointtheVaticanandtheEter-nalCity.CostantiniacloseadvisortoPopePiusXIIpossessedaperspectivefewofhiscontempo-rariescouldmatch.HisdiariesoffernewinsightsintothegreatissuesofthetimetheNazioccu-pationthefallofMussolinithetumultuousendoftheItalianmonarchythebirthofrepublicandemocracyinItalyandtheemergenceofanewinternationalorderwhilealsorecountingheart-breakingstoriesofthesufferingperseveranceandheroismofordinarypeople.LessthanacenturylaterwiththeworldsattentiongrippedbytherstpapalresignationinsixhundredyearsTheSecretsofaVaticanCardinalpresentsaclear-eyedfascinatingandcomplexportraitoftheRomanCatholicChurchsrecenthistory.CelsoCostantini18761958wasordainedin1899andservedtheVaticancourtassecretaryoftheCongregationforthePropagationoftheFaith.BrunoFabioPighinisprofessorintheFacultyofCanonLawatStPiusXinVeniceItaly.LaurenceB.MussioisassistantprofessorintheDepartmentofCommunicationStudiesandMultimediaatMcMasterUniversity.1MQUPFALL2013RELIGIOUSSTUDIESHISTORYTheSecretsofaVaticanCardinalCelsoCostantinisWartimeDiaries19381947editedbybrunofabiopighintranslatedbylaurenceb.mussioArst-handaccountoftheEternalCityinwartimeItalyfromwithintheVaticansinnercircle.SPECIFICATIONSJanuary2014978-0-7735-4299-039.95TCDN34.95TUS23.99cloth6x9504ppElectroniceditionavailable FromhisbeginningsasaruralchurchdecoratortohisroleascatalystofthesocialandartisticmanifestotheRefusglobaltoacareerasCanadaspre-eminentpractitionerofradicalabstractionabroadPaul-mileBorduassshortlifeencom-passedthereversalsandcontradictionsofthemoderncondition.DrawingonalifetimeofpublishedresearchFranois-MarcGagnonscomprehensivebiogra-phyisafar-reachingexplorationofaQuebeccul-turalgurerenownedforbothhisartandhisthought.GagnondetailseachperiodofBorduassdynamiccareerhisapprenticeshipwithOziasLeduchisteachinginMontrealandrolewithintheAutomatistegrouphismovetoNewYorkattheheightoftheAbstractExpressionistmove-mentandthenagainstthecurrentofthetimestoPariswherehecreatedtheiconicimagesofhiscosmicperiod.Borduassrelentlesssearchforanauthenticartoftenputhimatoddswithhissurroundings.Asanavant-gardeartistinaMon-trealartworldboundbytraditionhismostim-portantworkhadtobeexhibitedinmakeshiftvenuesasasurrealist-inuencedfrancophoneinNewYorkherecognizedtheimportanceofthemajorguresofAbstractExpressionismbutmain-tainedanindependentstyleandmethod.AfullappreciationofBorduassradicalstanceanartis-ticandintellectualorientationthatwasalwaystowardstheuniversaltransformsaCanadianculturallandscapewherethenarrativeofartisticmodernismcentresongurativelandscapeart.AnoriginalandrigorouslyresearchedworkPaul-mileBorduasACriticalBiographypro-videsanEnglish-languagereadershipwithamuch-neededunderstandingofaseminalmod-ernistanexemplarygureinCanadianartandtheoriginsofmodernartinNorthAmerica.Franois-MarcGagnonistheforemostscholarofBorduasandoftheAutomatistemovement.ThisrstcomprehensivetreatmentofBorduasslifeandworkistheproductofthoroughandimpeccablescholarshipandisunsurpassedinitscomprehensivenessanddetail.Itwillbefunda-mentaltoongoingandfutureworkontheartistandhishistoricalcontext.RoaldNasgaardprofessoremeritusFloridaStateUniversityandtheauthorofAbstractPaintinginCanadaTheAutomatisteRevolutionandThePlasticiensandBeyondFranois-MarcGagnonisfoundingdirectoranddistinguishedresearchfellowoftheGailandStephenA.JarislowskyInstituteforStudiesinCanadianArtandamemberoftheOrderofCanada.MostrecentlyheiseditorwithNancySeniorandRalOuelletofthecriticallyacclaimedTheCodexCanadensisandtheWritingsofLouisNicolasTheNaturalHistoryoftheNewWorldHistoireNaturelledesIndesOccidentales.2MQUPFALL2013ARTHISTORYBIOGRAPHYPaul-mileBorduasACriticalBiographyfranois-marcgagnontranslatedbypeterfeldsteinAnin-depthinvestigationofoneofthemostimportantCanadianpaintersofthetwentiethcentury.SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensBeaverbrookCanadianFoundationStudiesinArtHistoryNovember2013978-0-7735-4189-475.00TCDN75.00TUS58.00cloth8.25x10592pp201illustrationsfullcolour MelvinCharney19352012spenthiscareerworkingontheborderbetweenartandarchitec-ture.Hisinternationallycelebratedartemployedavarietyofmediaincludingphotographymontagepaintingsculptureandtemporaryandpermanentinstallationsrelentlesslypursuingthemeaningofarchitecturalimagesintheageofmasscommu-nication.Alongcareerasaneducatorwaspunc-tuatedbyseveralhigh-proleandcontentiousinterventionsintodebatesaboutarchitectureandurbanlifeinMontreal.Inspiteofhisrenownfewrealizethathislegacyisalsothatofaprolicarchitecturalcritic.Beginningin1962Charneypublishedessaysassessingthestateofcontemporaryarchitecture.AssembledhereforthersttimethesetextsplaceCharneyamongthemostoriginalarchitecturalcriticsofhisgeneration.Broachingtopicsasdi-verseastheTrullihousesofItalygrainelevatorslowincomehousingandTheMontrealnessofMontrealtheyshowCharneyworkingthroughaconstantlychangingsetofpreoccupationsthevalueofeverydayandvernaculararchitecturetheliberatorypotentialofinnovationsinbuildingma-terialsandtechnologiesthedangersofelitistandrepressiveunderstandingsofformalismandarchi-tecturalmonumentalitythenecessarilypoliticalnatureofarchitecturethecreationofabuiltenvi-ronmentbyandforpeopleandasocio-culturalunderstandingofurbanarchitecture.ThisvolumeincludesanastonishingvisualarchiveofoverthreehundredillustrationsmanyofwhichservedassourcematerialandinspirationforCharneysintellectualandartisticworkandsetupadialoguebetweenhiscriticismandhislandmarkprojects.Essaysfromestablishedarchi-tecturalscholarsprovidecriticalassessmentsofCharneysbodyofworkaswellasnewperspec-tivesonmanyofthekeyissueshegrappledwithandthathavetransformedarchitecturesincethe1960s.AcomprehensiveandrevealingcollectionOnArchitecturepresentstheextraordinaryscopeandlastingrelevanceofoneofCanadasleadingarchi-tecturalminds.OnArchitecturerevealsCharneyswritingsinalltheirdiversityandoriginalityyetalsotheirpolemicprovocationandsocialstereotypingandoffersacloselyarguedandreasonedexplanationforwhyheheldtheviewsthathedid.ThisbookwillbeabenchmarkinarchitecturalpublishinginCanada.GeoffreySimminsprofessorofarchitecturalhistoryUniversityofCalgaryForafulllistoncontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.LouisMartinisaprofessorofarchitecturalhistoryatUniversitduQubecMontral.3MQUPFALL2013ARCHITECTUREARTHISTORYOnArchitectureMelvinCharneyaCriticalAnthologyeditedbylouismartinAnindispensableandrichlyillustratedcollectionofessaysbyMelvinCharneywithinterpretationsbyestablishedscholars.SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensBeaverbrookCanadianFoundationStudiesinArtHistoryNovember2013978-0-7735-4182-549.95TCDN49.95TUS35.00paperwithaps8.25x10456pp350illustrationsfullcolour RichardPoundhasspenthalfalifetimeidentify-ingcollectingandorganizingthousandsofquo-tations.QuotationsfortheFastLaneistheresultofthateffortselectedbysomeonewithanim-pressiverangeoflocalnationalandinternationalexperienceandarrangedalphabeticallybythemetobeeasilyaccessibleforallreadersandalloccasions.WordsfrompersonalitiesrangingfromWilliamBlaketoWarrenBuffettonalltopicsimaginableservetoelevateandinspire.Thegreatmajorityofthequotationsinthisbookarepithyoftenhumorousandsardonicbutalwayscontaininganinterestingperspectiveonlifeconductandachievement.QuotationsfortheFastLaneIhavegreatfaithinfoolsmyfriendscallitself-condence.EdgarAllanPoeItisbettertobeapproximatelyrightthanpreciselywrong.WarrenBuffettThelastrefugeoftheinsomniacisasenseofsuperioritytothesleepingworld.LeonardCohenRichardW.PoundisanauthorlawyerolympianandmemberoftheInternationalOlympicCom-mitteefoundingpresidentoftheWorldAnti-DopingAgencyandchancelloremeritusofMcGillUniversity.4MQUPFALL2013REFERENCEQuotationsfortheFastLanecompiledbyrichardw.poundAindispensablereferenceforndingtherightthingtosayattherighttime.SPECIFICATIONSOctober201360.00TCDN60.00TUS42.00cloth6.25x9.25568ppElectroniceditionavailable NorthAmericasGreatLakescountryhasexperi-encedcenturiesofupheaval.Itslandscapesareutterlychangedfromwhattheywerevehundredyearsago.TheregionssuperabundantshandwildlifeanditsmagnicentforestsandprairiesastonishedEuropeannewcomerswhocalleditanearthlyparadisebutthenusheredinaneraofdiseasewarfareresourcedepletionandlanddevelopmentthattransformeditforever.TheOnceandFutureGreatLakesCountryisahistoryofenvironmentalchangeintheGreatLakesregionlookingasfarbackasthelasticeageandalsoreectingonmoderntrajectoriesofchangemanyofthempositive.JohnRileychroni-cleshowtheregionservesasacontinentalcross-roadsonethatexperiencedmassivedeclinesinitswildlifeandnativeplantsinthecenturiesafterEuropeancontactandhasbeguntoseeincreasednatureprotectionandre-wildinginrecentdecades.Yetclimatechangeglobalizationinvasivespeciesandurbansprawlaretodayexertingnewpres-suresontheregionsecology.CoveringavastgeographyencompassingtwoCanadianprovincesandnineAmericanstatesTheOnceandFutureGreatLakesCountryprovidesbothadetailedecologicalhistoryandabroadpanoramaofthisvastregion.Itblendsthevoicesofearlyvisitorswiththehopesofcitizensnow.JohnRileyhaswrittenthebookIoncethoughtImightwriteHisknowledgepracticalexperi-enceanddeterminationmakethisasingularworkthatcombineshistoricalscholarshipscienticunderstandingandsubtlelow-keyadvocacy.RamsayCookfromthePrefaceJohnL.RileyisseniorscienceadvisorNatureConservancyofCanada.HehashadcareersasabotanistgeologistecologistandconservationprofessionalwiththeRoyalOntarioMuseumtheOntarioGeologicalSurveyandOntarioNature.HelivesinMonoOntario.5MQUPFALL2013ENVIRONMENTALHISTORYNORTHAMERICANHISTORYTheOnceandFutureGreatLakesCountryAnEcologicalHistoryjohnl.rileyprefacebyramsaycookApassionatewide-ranginghistoryofthelandscapesaroundtheGreatLakes.SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensRuralWildlandandResourceStudiesSeriesOctober201339.95TCDN39.95TUS27.99cloth6.125x9.25504ppcoloursection16maps8drawings3bwphotosElectroniceditionavailable Asalife-givingbutalsopotentiallydestructivesubstancewateroccupiesaprominentplaceintheimagination.Atthesametimewaterissuesareamongthemosttroublingecologicalandsocialconcernsofourtime.Waterisoftenstudiedonlyasaresourceaquantiableandinstrumentalizedsubstance.ThinkingwithWaterinsteadinvitesreaderstoconsiderhowwaterwithitspotentsymbolicpoweritsfamiliarityanditsuniquephysicalandchemicalpropertiesisalivelycollaboratorinourwaysofknowingandacting.Whatemergesisbotharichopportunitytoencouragemorethoughtfulenvironmentalengagementandachal-lengetocommonoppositionsbetweennatureandculture.Drawingfromapoolofcontributorswithdi-versebackgroundsThinkingwithWaterpresentstheworkofcriticsscholarsartistsandpoetsinaninvitationtopaymoreattentiontotheaqueousaspectsofourlives.ContributorsincludelabGisleTrudelUQMandStphaneClaudeOboroStacyAlaimoUniversityofTexasatArlingtonAndrewBiroAcadiaUniversityMielleChandlerYorkUni-versityCeciliaChenConcordiaUniversityDorothyChristianUniversityofBritishColum-biaAdamDickinsonpoetBrockUniversityMaxHaivenNovaScotiaCollegeofArtandDesignJanineMacLeodYorkUniversityDaphneMarlattpoetBritishColumbiaDonMcKaypoetNewfoundlandEmilyRoseMichaudartistWakeeldQc.AstridaNeima-nisLinkpingUniversitySarahRenshawartistRhodeIslandShirleyRoburnConcordiaUniver-sityMelanieSiebertpoetUniversityofVicto-riaJenniferB.SpiegelConcordiaUniversityVeronicaStrangDurhamUKRaeStasesonConcordiaUniversityRitaWongEmilyCarrUniversityofArtandDesignandPeterC.vanWyckConcordiaUniversity.CeciliaChenisanarchitectandadoctoralcandi-dateincommunicationsatConcordiaUniversity.JanineMacLeodisadoctoralcandidateintheFacultyofEnvironmentalStudiesatYorkUniversity.AstridaNeimanisisavisitingscholarofthePosthumanitiesHubatLinkpingUniversitySweden.6MQUPFALL2013CULTURALSTUDIESENVIRONMENTALSTUDIESThinkingwithWatereditedbyceciliachenjaninemacleodandastridaneimanisAnexplorationoftherelationshipbetweenwatersculturalmeaningsandurgentecologicalissues.SPECIFICATIONSOctober2013978-0-7735-4180-139.95ACDN39.95AUS27.99paper978-0-7735-4179-595.00SCDN95.00SUS74.00cloth6.5x9.5304pp17colourand27bwimagesElectroniceditionavailable Whatsfordinnerhasalwaysbeenacompli-catedquestion.Thelocavoremovementhaspoliti-cizedfoodandchallengedustorethinktheanswerinnewandradicalways.Thesedaysquestionsaboutwhereourfoodcomesfromhavemovedbeyond100-mile-dietersintothemainstream.CelebritychefsJamieOliverandAliceWatersalternativefoodgurussuchasMichaelPollanandnumerousotherpopularandacademiccommentatorshavealltalkedabouttheimportanceofunderstandingthesourcesandtransformationoffoodonahumanscale.InThePoliticsofthePantryMichaelMikulakinterro-gatesthesenarrativeswhathecallsstoriedfoodinfoodculture.Aswithanystoryhow-everitisimportanttoaskwhoistellingitWhoistheaudienceWhatassumptionsarebeingmadeMikulakexaminescompetingnarrativesoffoodpleasuresustainabilityandvaluethathaveemergedfromthegrowingsustainablefoodmove-mentaswellasfoodspastandpresentrelation-shiptoenvironmentalisminordertounderstandthepotentialandthelimitsoffoodpolitics.Healsoconsiderswhetherornotsustainablefoodpracticescanaddressquestionsabouthealthenvironmentalsustainabilityandlocaleconomicdevelopmentwhileatthesametimearticulatinganethicalglobalization.AninnovativeblendofacademicanalysispoeticcelebrationandautobiographyThePoli-ticsofthePantryprovidesanyoneinterestedinthefutureoffoodandtheemergenceofagreeneconomywithabetterunderstandingofhowwhatweeatistransformingtheworld.MichaelMikulakisapostdoctoralfellowatVirginiaTechadjunctfacultyatMcMasterandWilfridLaurieruniversitiesandanaspiringsmall-scalefarmerandfoodactivistinHamiltonOntario.7MQUPFALL2013CULTURALSTUDIESFOODSTUDIESThePoliticsofthePantryStoriesFoodandSocialChangemichaelmikulakAtimelyexaminationofthesustainablefoodmovementanditsrelationshiptocapitalismvalueandpleasure.SPECIFICATIONSOctober2013978-0-7735-4276-129.95TCDN29.95TUS20.99cloth6x9208ppElectroniceditionavailable Howcanpoliceremaineffectiveandvitalinaneraofunprecedentedtechnologicaladvancesac-cesstoinformationandtheglobaltransformationofcrimeWrittenbyalong-servingofcerCana-dianPolicinginthe21stCenturyoffersararelookatstreet-levelpoliceworkandthehiddenculturebehindthebadge.RobertChrismassharesexperiencesfromhisyearsofservicetohighlightareaswherepolicecanmoreeffectivelyenforcelawsandimproverelationswiththecommunitiestheyserve.Heproposestacticsforaddressingwidespreadsocialissuessuchasganganddomesticviolenceandstrategiesforcooperatingininternationalnet-workstacklinghumantrafckinginternet-basedchildexploitationorganizedcrimeandterrorism.Chrismasstresseshowchangingdemographicsrelatedtoagegenderandracialdiversityandin-creaseddangersanddemandsrequireintensiedtrainingandhighereducationinpolicing.Hehighlightstheneedformoreeffectivecollabora-tiverelationshipsbetweenpoliceandlocalprovincialandfederalgovernmentsnon-govern-mentagenciesandtheircommunities.Whiletheprinciplesandgoalsofpolicingre-mainlargelyunchangedpolicechallengestoolsandstrategieshaveevolveddramatically.Chris-massvantagepointasanofcerandascholarprovidesanilluminatingaccountoftheCanadianjusticesystemandroad-mapstofuturesuccess.RobertChrismasisaservingpoliceofcerinWinnipegwithtwenty-eightyearsoflawenforce-mentexperience.HeisalsoadoctoralstudentinPeaceandConictStudiesattheUniversityofManitoba.8MQUPFALL2013CRIMINOLOGYLAWCanadianPolicinginthe21stCenturyAFrontlineOfceronChallengesandChangesrobertchrismasAveteranpoliceofcerprovidesinsightsintodecadesofunprecedentedchange.SPECIFICATIONSSeptember2013978-0-7735-4274-739.95TCDN39.95TUS27.99cloth6x9312ppElectroniceditionavailable BeforeOntariotherewasice.Asthelasticeagecametoanendlandbegantoemergefromthemeltingglaciers.Withtimeplantsandanimalsmovedintothenewlandscapeandpeoplefol-lowed.Foralmost15000yearsthelandthatisnowOntariohasprovidedahomefortheirdescendantshundredsofgenerationsofFirstPeoples.WithcontributionsfromtheprovincesleadingarchaeologistsBeforeOntarioprovidesbothanoutlineofOntariosancientpastandaneasytounderstandexplanationofhowarchaeologyworks.Theauthorsshowhowarchaeologistsareabletostudyitemsasdiverseasshbonesakesofstoneandstainsinthesoiltoreconstructtheeventsandplacesofadistantpastshingpar-tieslong-distancetradeandhousesbuilttowith-standfrigidwinters.Presentingnewinsightsintoarchaeologyspur-poseandpracticeBeforeOntariobridgesthegapbetweenthemodernworldandapastthatcanseemdistantandunfamiliarbutisnotbeyondourreach.ContributorsincludeChristopherEllisUniversityofWesternOntarioNealFerrisUniversityofWesternOntarioMuseumofOntarioArchaeol-ogyWilliamFoxCanadianMuseumofCiviliza-tionRoyalOntarioMuseumScottHamiltonLakeheadUniversitySusanJamiesonTrentUniversityArchaeologicalResearchCentretuarcMimaKapchesRoyalOntarioMuseumAnneKeenleysidetuarcStephenMoncktonBioarchaeologicalResearchMaritMunsontuarcKrisNahrgangKawarthaNishnawbeFirstNationSuzanneNeeds-HowarthPercaZooarchaeologicalResearchCathOberholtzertuarcMichaelSpenceUniversityofWesternOntarioAndrewStewartStrataConsultingInc.GaryWarrickWilfridLaurierUniversityandRonWilliamsonArchae-ologicalServicesInc.MaritK.Munsonisassociateprofessorofanthro-pologyatTrentUniversity.SusanM.JamiesonisprofessorofanthropologyatTrentUniversity.9MQUPFALL2013ARCHAEOLOGYANTHROPOLOGYBeforeOntarioTheArchaeologyofaProvinceeditedbymaritk.munsonandsusanm.jamiesonAlivelyandaccessibleintroductiontoOntariosAboriginalpastfromtheprovincesleadingarchaeologists.SPECIFICATIONSOctober2013978-0-7735-4208-239.95TCDN39.95TUS27.99paper978-0-7735-4207-5100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth8x10224pp37bwphotos18drawings21maps2table5diagramsElectroniceditionavailable CanacasebemadeforreadingliteratureinthedigitalageDoesliteraturestillmatterinthiseraofinstantinformationIsitevenpossibletoadvo-cateforserioussustainedreadingwithallmannerofsocialmediadistractingusfragmentingourconcentrationanddemandingshortrapidcommunicationInTheEdgeofthePrecipicePaulSockenbringstogetherathoughtfulgroupofwritersedi-torsphilosopherslibrariansarchivistsandliter-arycriticsfromCanadatheUSFranceEnglandSouthAfricaandAustraliatocontemplatethestateofliteratureinthetwenty-rstcentury.IncludingessaysbyoutstandingcontributorssuchasAlbertoManguelMarkKingwellLoriSaint-MartinSvenBirkertsKatiaGrubisicDrewNellesandJ.HillisMillerthiscollectionpresentsarangeofperspectivesabouttheimportanceofreadingliteraturetoday.TheEdgeofthePrecipiceisapassionateartic-ulateandentertainingcollectionthatreectsontheroleofliteratureinoursocietyandasksifitisnowundersiege.ContributorsincludeMichaelAustinNewmanUniversitySvenBirkertsauthorStephenBrockmannCarnegie-MellonUniversityVincentGiroudUniversityofFranche-ComtKatiaGrubisicpoetMarkKingwellUniversityofTorontoAlbertoManguelauthorJ.HillisMillerUniversityofCaliforniaIrvineDrewNelleseditor-in-chiefMaisonneuveKeithOatleyUniversityofTorontoEkaterinaRogatchevskaiaBritishLibraryLeonardRosmarinBrockUniversityLoriSaint-MartintranslatorPaulSockenUniversityofWaterlooandGerhardvanderLindeUniversityofSouthAfrica.PaulSockenisdistinguishedprofessoremeritusintheDepartmentofFrenchStudiesattheUniversityofWaterloo.10MQUPFALL2013LITERARYSTUDIESCOMMUNICATIONSTUDIESTheEdgeofthePrecipiceWhyReadLiteratureintheDigitalAgeeditedbypaulsockenKafkawrotethatabookshouldbeanaxetobreakthefrozenseawithinusdoesthatidearesonatewithreaderstodaySPECIFICATIONSSeptember2013978-0-7735-4178-834.95TCDN29.95TUS20.99cloth6x9232ppElectroniceditionavailable O.D.SkeltonTheWorkoftheWorld19231941isalivelyandcompellingtripthroughthelettersdiaryentriesandofcialmemorandaofO.D.Skeltononeofthemostimportantandinuentialcivilservantsintwentieth-centuryCanada.SkeltonwasatoweringforeignpolicyadvisortoCanadasprimeministersandalonelyadvocateforthecountrysindependencefromGreatBritain.Hisaccountsdetailhisworkasheco-operatedandclashedwithWilliamLyonMackenzieKingandR.B.BennettoverCanadasparticipationintheinternationalarena.NormanHillmersselec-tionandassessmentofSkeltonswritingsofferabehind-the-sceneslookattheinnerworkingsofthefederalgovernmentasSkeltonsystematicallybuiltuptheDepartmentofExternalAffairsandtheCanadiandiplomaticserviceasinstrumentsofthenationalinterestconfrontedtheManchurianEthiopianandCzechcrisesofthe1930salignedhimselfwithseniorfrancophonepoliticianssuchasErnestLapointeandRaoulDandurandandwatchedindespairasEuropeandAsiadescendedintowar.ProvidingavenuesintoatimewhenCanadawasstrugglingtodeneitselfthiscollectionshowsthewaysinwhichO.D.Skeltonpushedthecountryontotheglobalstage.NormanHillmerisprofessorofhistoryandinter-nationalaffairsatCarletonUniversity.Heisco-editorwithAdamChapnickofCanadasoftheMindTheMakingandUnmakingofCanadianNationalismsintheTwentiethCentury.11MQUPFALL2013CANADIANHISTORYPOLITICALSCIENCEO.D.SkeltonTheWorkoftheWorld19231941editedbynormanhillmerApioneeringanalysisofSkeltonspassionateforeignpolicycareer.SPECIFICATIONSCo-publishedwiththeChamplainSocietyNovember2013978-0-7735-4272-349.95TCDN49.95SUS35.00cloth6x9400pp5tablesElectroniceditionavailable TRANSLATIONSTUDIESLITERARYHISTORYPOETRYButforNowgordonjohnstonAnexplorationofthehinterlandbetweenthehavensoffaithandtheroughterrainofdoubt.InTranslationHonouringSheilaFischmaneditedbysherrysimonAnhomagetoCanadaspre-eminentliterarytranslatorandatributetotheconnectionscreatedthroughtranslation.FromAnnasLoversOurhousesglowbothfromwithinandontheoutsidetheirnightlightsandanalmostperfectandwintrymoon.Thephrasebutfornowmeansamongotherthingsmakingdoasifwehadtosettleforthebareminimum.InButforNowGordonJohnstonpresentspoemswherethemortalworldismorethanenoughbecausethereismoretoitthanthemerelymortalandwhereitispossibletohearbeyondtheoutmodedclankingofinheritedreligiousvocabularies.Thesepoemsndmomentsofgraceinchanceoccurrencesandthroughawiderangeofstylesandmethodstheychoreographtherandomcasualeventsofourexistence.NorthropFryefamouslyaskedWhereishereThesepoemsinsteadaskWhenisnowEngagedwithworldsofwaitingandofdoingwithenduringandhealingButforNowcelebratesmusicandnoisespeechandsilenceandassertsthatforallthedarknessattheedgesthereissomethingshiningatthecentreofthepainting.GordonJohnstonlivesinPeterboroughwherehetaughtpoetryforfortyyearsatTrentUniversity.Sincethelate1960sSheilaFischmanhasworkedtirelesslyatmakingthebestworksofQubcoisliteratureavailabletoEnglish-languagereaders.AnglophoneswhohavereadworksbyMichelTremblayJacquesPoulinYvesBeaucheminFranoisGravelAnneHbertRochCarrierandMarie-ClaireBlaismostlikelyknowtheseworksonlythroughFischmanssubtlyandfaithfullycraftedtranslations.InTranslationcelebratesFischmansmorethan150book-lengthtransla-tionsfromFrenchtoEnglish.ItcombinesessaysonthefriendshipscreatedthroughtranslationwithessaysontheartoftranslationandonthechangingcontextofliterarytranslationinCanada.DistinguisedcontributorsincludeAlbertoManguelCommissionerofOfcialLanguagesGrahamFraserauthorsGatanSoucyLiseBissonnetteandLouiseDesjardinsandfellow-translatorsLoriSaintMartinMichaelHenryHeimLuisevonFlotowandKathyMezei.ThevolumealsoincludesinterviewswithFischmanandaselectionofherprose.AttingtributetoanoutstandingcareerInTranslationilluminatestheartistrybehindadifcultcraftbyconsideringtheworkofoneofitsnestpractitioners.SherrySimonisaprofessorintheDpartementdtudesfranaisesatConcordiaUniversityandtheauthorofTranslatingMontrealEpisodesintheLifeofaDividedCity.12MQUPFALL2013SPECIFICATIONSTheHughMacLennanPoetrySeriesSeptember2013978-0-7735-4290-716.95TCDN14.95TUS9.99paper5x7.5120ppElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSSeptember2013978-0-7735-4196-229.95ACDN29.95AUS20.99paper978-0-7735-4195-595.00SCDN95.00SUS74.00cloth6x9248ppElectroniceditionavailable Incustodybattlesoverthechildrenofseparatedparentstheprevailingstan-dardofevaluatingwhatisinthebestinterestsofthechildhasbeenscruti-nizedbecauseofthediscretionarynatureofwhatisbestandbecauseofthebiasinfavourofthechildresidinginoneprimaryresidence.Inre-sponseaconsensusisbeginningtoemergethatitisvitallyimportantthatchildrenmaintainmeaningfulrelationshipswithbothparentsafterdivorce.InTheEqualParentingPresumptionEdwardKrukproposesachild-focusedapproachbasedonastandardthatconsidersthebestinterestsofthechildfromtheperspectiveofthechildandaresponsibility-to-needsorienta-tiontosocialjusticeforchildrenandfamilies.ChallengingpreviousresearchandreceivedideasKrukpresentsanevidence-basedframeworkofequalparentalresponsibilityasthemosteffectivemeansofensuringtheprotectionoffamilyrelationshipsfollowingdivorceandshieldingchildrenfromongo-ingparentalconictandfamilyviolence.Theexistingsystemofdeterminingparentalrightsandresponsibilitiesisharmingfamilies.TheEqualParentingPresumptionaddressesamajorbarriertotheprincipleofgenderequalityinparentingafterdivorceandproposesaviablealternativetosolecustodyintheformofalegalpresump-tionofsharedandequalparenting.EdwardKrukisassociateprofessorofsocialworkattheUniversityofBritishColumbia.Theco-operativespiritofcitizensintwentieth-centurySaskatchewannur-turedinnovationinhealthcareandhealthpolicy.36StepsontheRoadtoMedicareshowcasesthedecisionsthatledtotheprovincesmedicaresystemtheforerunnerofCanadianhealthcare.StuartHoustonandMerleMassiedocumenttherangeofSaskatchewanleadershiponCanadianNorthAmericanandworldstagesmunicipaldoc-torsandmunicipalhospitalstherstRedCrossOutpostHospitalintheBritishEmpiretuberculosisdiagnosisandtreatmentasuccessfulpilotcom-prehensiveregionalhealthcareplangovernment-sponsoredcancerclinicsinnovativelsdandpatient-orientedtreatmentforpsychosestherstfull-timecancerphysicistinCanadaandtheworldsrstconcertedclinicaluseofthebetatronandCobalt-60incancertreatment.TheyshowhowNorthAmericasrstsocial-democraticgovernmenttheCo-operativeCommon-wealthFederationelectedin1944andledbytheincomparableTommyDouglascreatedtheblueprintforcomprehensivehealthcareandhowse-quentialstepsontheroadtomedicarewereimplementedquicklyandwithinbudget.WhenfederalsupportfornationalhospitalizationbecameavailableSaskatchewancouldaffordtoinitiatemedicarein1962.OtherCanadianprovincessoonfollowedSaskatchewanslead.Updatedtoengagewithcurrentdebates36StepsontheRoadtoMedicarenavigatesthehistoryofmedicareanddemonstratesthespiritofinnovationthatCanadawillneedtosaveit.C.StuartHoustonmedicaldoctorprofessornaturalistandhistorianistheauthororeditorofnumerousbooksincludingArcticArtistTheJournalandPaintingsofGeorgeBackMidshipmanwithFranklin18191822.MerleMassieisawritereditorhistorianandfarmer.SheholdsasshrcpostdoctoralfellowshipattheUniversityofOttawa.13MQUPFALL2013SPECIFICATIONSNovember2013978-0-7735-4291-429.95TCDN29.95AUS20.99cloth5.5x8.5200pp5tablesElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSOctober2013978-0-7735-4286-019.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4285-385.00SCDN85.00SUS66.00cloth5x8208pp50bwphotosElectroniceditionavailableSOCIALWORKLAWTheEqualParentingPresumptionSocialJusticeintheLegalDeterminationofParentingafterDivorceedwardkrukAchild-focusedapproachtothebestinterestsofthechild.newedition36StepsontheRoadtoMedicareHowSaskatchewanLedtheWayc.stuarthoustonandmerlemassieForewordbythelateHonourableSylviaO.FedorukThehistoryofuniversalhospitalizationanditsgradualdevelopmentintomedicare.HISTORYOFMEDICINECANADIANHISTORY Thedigitalagehascarriedwithitatsunamiofchange.Childrenwhohavegrownupwiththede-liveryplatformsthatareapartofthatchangearenowabletoabsorbmoreandmoreunregulatedmediaontheirownoftenwithoutanysupervi-sion.Bedroomcomputerstabletsandsmartphonesprovideprivateindividualizedaccesstoallkindsofcontentthatmaynotbesuitableforchildren.WhatrulesandregulationsexisttocounterthispotentiallythreateningenvironmentInRegulatingScreensAndrCaronandRonaldCohenexaminehowgovernmentsandnon-governmentalorganizationshavebeendoingtheirparttomaketelevisionandtheInternetsaferforchildren.Inpracticaltermstheyprovidepar-entseducatorsandpoliticianswithanup-to-dateinventoryoftheexistinglawscodesandstan-dardsinCanadaaswellasinformationonwhoadministersthemandhowtheycanbeaccessed.GiventheInternetsglobalreachCaronandCohenalsodescribeaccesscontrolsinplaceintheUnitedStatesAustraliatheUnitedKingdomandtheEuropeanUnion.RegulatingScreensoffersefcientaccesstootherwisescatteredanddifcult-to-ndinforma-tionitisessentialreadingforanyoneinterestedinhowtosafeguardchildrenagainstriskycon-tentwhetheraccessedonbroadcastorvirtualplatforms.AndrH.CaronisprofessorofcommunicationsdirectoroftheCentreforYouthandMediaStudiesandformerBellchairanddirectoroftheCentreforInterdisciplinaryResearchonEmergingTechnologiesCITatUniversitdeMontral.HeiscoauthorwithLetiziaCaroniaofMovingCulturesMobileCommunicationinEverydayLife.RonaldI.CohenisformernationalchairoftheCanadianBroadcastStandardsCouncilfoundingchairoftheAcademyofCanadianCinemaandTelevisionandaseniorfellowintheFacultyofPublicAffairsatCarletonUniversity.14MQUPFALL2013COMMUNICATIONSTUDIESPUBLICPOLICYRegulatingScreensIssuesinBroadcastingandInternetGovernanceforChildrenandrh.caronandronaldi.cohenHowarechildrenprotectedintodaysmulti-screenenvironmentSPECIFICATIONSSeptember2013978-0-7735-4210-524.95ACDN24.95AUS16.99paper978-0-7735-4209-985.00SCDN85.00SUS66.00cloth6x9200pp Kansas-bornPaulineBenton18981974wasencouragedbyherfatheroneofAmericasearliestfeministmaleeducatorstoreachforthestars.In-steadshereachedforshadows.In1920sBeijingshediscoveredshadowtheatrepiyingxiaper-formanceartwheretranslucentpaintedpuppetsaremanipulatedbyhighlytrainedmasterstocastcolouredshadowsagainstanilluminatedscreen.Findingthatthisthousand-year-oldforerunnerofmotionpictureswasdeclininginChinaBentonbelievedshecouldsavethetraditionbytakingittoAmerica.Masteringthemale-dominatedartforminChinaBentonenchantedaudienceseagerfortheexoticinDepression-eraAmerica.HertouringcompanyRedGateShadowTheatrewaslaudedbytheatreandartcriticsandevenperformedatFranklinRooseveltsWhiteHouse.GrantHayter-MenziestracesBentonsperformancehistoryandhereffortstopreserveshadowtheatreasaglobalculturaltreasurebydrawingonherunpublishedwritingstherecollectionsofhercolleaguesthetestimoniesofshadowmasterswhosurvivedChinasCulturalRevolutionaswellasyounginnovatorswhohavecarriedonBentonspioneer-ingwork.GrantHayter-MenziesistheauthorofseveralbiographiesincludingImperialMasqueradeTheLegendofPrincessDerLingandTheEmpressandMrs.CongerTheUncommonFriendshipofTwoWomenandTwoWorlds.HelivesinSidneyBritishColumbia.15MQUPFALL2013BIOGRAPHYASIANSTUDIESShadowWomanTheExtraordinaryCareerofPaulineBentongranthayter-menziesTheremarkablecareeroftheAmericanwomanwhobecametheworldsrstfemalemasterofChineseshadowtheatre.SPECIFICATIONSOctober2013978-0-7735-4201-329.95TCDN29.95TUS20.99cloth6x9232pp37bwphotosElectroniceditionavailable J.KingGordonsstoryisoneofyouthfulvisionandhighidealssustainedthroughoutalifeofcon-creteactionathomeandabroad.GroundedinhisfatherssocialgospelandgivenintellectualheftandhuebyexposuretoradicalpoliticsatOxfordandinNewYorkhereturnedtoCanadaasaself-describedChristianradicalandthrewhimselfintotheemergingsocialandpoliticalfermentofthe1930s.InGrowingtoOneWorldEileenJanzende-tailsalifespentchampioningprogressivepoliticsinCanadaandacommitmenttopeaceanddiplo-macyontheinternationalstage.AsafoundingmemberoftheLeagueforSocialReconstructionGordonwasoneoftheauthorsoftheReginaManifestoforthenewlyformedCo-operativeCommonwealthFederationtheforerunneroftodaysNDPandworkedtirelesslyonthepartysbehalf.LaterherealizedhisvocationasamemberoftheUnitedNationsdivisionofhumanrightsservinginKoreatheMiddleEastandtheCongoasbothaneyewitnesstoandparticipantinforma-tiveeventsshapingthoseregions.ExhaustivelyresearchedandinformedbyasophisticatedanalyticalgraspofpoliticaltheoryandinternationalaffairsGrowingtoOneWorldisacompellinglookatanimportantsupporterofpeacejusticeandhumanrightsacrosstheglobe.EileenR.JanzengrewupinSaskatchewanhasaPhDfromIndianaUniversityandlivesinIndianapolis.16MQUPFALL2013BIOGRAPHYINTERNATIONALSTUDIESGrowingtoOneWorldTheLifeofJ.KingGordoneileenr.janzenAnilluminatinglookatthelifeandworkofthemanF.R.ScottcalledthemostCana-dianofusall.SPECIFICATIONSNovember2013978-0-7735-4261-749.95TCDN49.95TUS35.00cloth6x9528pp20bwphotosElectroniceditionavailable 17MQUPFALL2013SPECIFICATIONSSPECIFICATIONSAfteratumultuouscareerasarevolutionaryinIrelandandanultra-conserv-ativeCatholicintheUnitedStatesin1857ThomasDArcyMcGeemovedtoCanadawherehebecameaforceformoderationandtheleadingIrishCanadianpoliticianinthecountry.DeterminedthatCanadashouldavoidtheethno-religiousstrifethatafictedIrelandhearticulatedaninclusivebroad-mindednationalismbasedongenerosityofspiritwillingnesstocom-promiseandareasonablebalancebetweenorderandliberty.TorealizehisvisionMcGeebecameastrongsupporterofthenewnorthernnationality.AspellbindingoratorwhoemergedastheyoungestandmostintellectuallygiftedoftheFathersofConfederationhefoughtwhathesawastheatavisticandintolerantelementsofCanadianlifetheOrangeOrderwithitsstridentanti-CatholicismtheopponentsofseparateschoolswhomheviewedasenemiesofminorityrightsandabovealltheFenianBrotherhoodwithitsdreamsofrevolutionizingIrelandandannexingCanadatotheUnitedStates.Assomeonewhotookanuncompromisingstandagainstmilitantswithinhisownethno-religiouscommunityandwhoattemptedtobalancecoreval-ueswithminorityrightsMcGeehasbecomeincreasinglyrelevantintodayscomplexmulticulturalsociety.DavidA.WilsoniscoordinatoroftheCelticStudiesProgramandaprofes-sorintheDepartmentofHistoryattheUniversityofToronto.ShortlistCharlesTaylorPrizeforLiteraryNon-FictionJourneywithNoMapsistherstbiographyofP.K.Pagethebrillianttwentieth-centurypoetandaneartist.Theproductofoveradecadesre-searchandwritingthebookfollowsPageasshebecomesoneofCanadasbest-lovedandmostinuentialwriters.Aborderlinebeingasshecalledherselfsherecognizedthenewchoicesofferedtowomenbymodernlifebutfollowedonlythoserelatedtoherquestforself-discovery.TracingPageslifethroughtwowarsworldtravelstheriseofmodernistandCanadianculturesandlaterSustudybiographerSandraDjwadetailsthepeopleandeventsthatinspiredherwork.PagesindependentspiritpropelledherfromCanadatoEnglandfromworkasaradioactresstoascriptwriterfortheNationalFilmBoardfromanaffairwithpoetF.R.ScotttoanenduringmarriagewithdiplomatArthurIrwin.Pagewroteherstoryinpoemsctiondiarieslibrettosandhervisualart.JourneywithNoMapsreadslikeanoveldrawingonthepoetsvoicefrominterviewsdiarieslettersandwritingsaswellasthevoicesofhercon-temporaries.WiththevividnessofaworkofctionandthethoroughnessofscholarlydedicationDjwaillustratesthecomplexitiesofPagesprivateexperiencewhilealsodocumentingherpublicemergenceasaninternation-allyknownpoet.ItisboththecaptivatingstoryofaremarkablewomanandamajorcontributiontothestudyofCanadasliteraryandartistichistory.SandraDjwaisprofessoremeritusofEnglishatSimonFraserUniversityandtheprize-winningauthorofThePoliticsoftheImaginationALifeofF.R.ScottandProfessingEnglishALifeofRoyDaniells.BIOGRAPHYCANADIANHISTORYnewinpaperThomasDArcyMcGeeVolume2TheExtremeModerate18571868davida.wilsonAltogetherbothvolumesmakeuparemarkableworkofresearchandlucidwritingacompellingnarrativeofthemanandhisera.DavidWilsonconveysasympatheticunderstandingofthetumultofrealpoliticsthecontradictionsofrealpeopleandthecontributionsofMcGeetotheidealsofthiscountry.VictorRabinovitchLiteraryReviewofCanadanewinpaperJourneywithNoMapsALifeofP.K.PagesandradjwaThisrstfullbiographyofamultitalentedpoetandvisualartistwhowonapplausefromsuchdis-parateguresasStephenSpenderJosephBrodskyandMargaretAtwoodisafoundationalworkfuturestudieswillconsultforafullappreciationofPagesastonishingcareerasamajorartistofourtime.DavidStainesTheGlobeMailSPECIFICATIONSAugust2013978-0-7735-4296-929.95TCDN29.95AUS20.99paper6.125x9.25528pp35illustrationsElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSAugust2013978-0-7735-4191-724.95TCDN24.95TUS16.99paper6x9444ppcolourimagesElectroniceditionavailableBIOGRAPHYCANADIANLITERATURE 18MQUPFALL2013ThePrecipiceisthesweepingstoryofLucyCameronayoungwomanwhoseemsdestinedtoliveanddieinsmall-townOntario.Intothisplaceofmonotonyandpettyincidentsofspitefulgos-sipandrigidmoralismappearsStephenLassiter.StephenisaPrinceton-educatedengineerfromawealthyNewYorkfamilyandLucysantithesis.DespitethechasmoftheirdifferencestheyfallinlovemarryandbeginlifetogetherinNewYorkduringthedistressingyearsoftheSecondWorldWar.ItisalifethatwillnearlybreakLucyinheartandspirithoweverasherhusbandfacesdisillusionmentinhisjobandboredomintheserenityofhishomelife.WhileStephenlooksforexcitementandapprovalelsewhereLucymustghttoretainherpoiseanddignityinordertosurvive.Withitssustainedcontrastbetweenthecrush-ingdeadnessofsmall-townlifeandtheglitteringarticialityofNewYorkCityMacLennansthirdnovelrevealedanewlevelofmaturitywhenitrstappearedin1948.AclassicnowbackinprintwithanintroductionbyrenownedscholarandMacLennanbiographerElspethCameronthistimelessstoryportrayscharacterswitharealismandfascinationthatisasrareasitiseffective.BorninGlaceBayNovaScotiaHughMacLennan19071990taughtatMcGillUniversityfrom1951to1981andwrotenovelsandessaysthathelpeddeneCanadianliterature.FICTIONCANADIANLITERATUREThePrecipicehughmaclennanintroductionbyelspethcameronThestoryofthevolatilityofamarriageandtheinelasticityoftwopersonalitiessetagainstthebackdropoftheSecondWorldWar.SPECIFICATIONSSeptember2013978-0-7735-4267-922.95TCDN22.95TUS15.99paper6x9368ppElectroniceditionavailable 19MQUPFALL2013FromLiteraturetoBiteratureisbasedonthepremisethatintheforeseeablefuturecomputerswillbecomecapableofcreatingworksoflitera-ture.Amonghundredsofotherquestionsitcon-sidersUnderwhichconditionswouldmachinesbecomecapableofcreativewritingGiventhatcomputerevolutionwillexceedthepaceofnaturalevolutionamillion-foldwhatwillsuchastateofaffairsentailintermsofartculturesociallifeandevennonhumanrightsDrawingamapofimpendingliteraryculturalsocialandtechnologicalrevolutionsPeterSwirskiboldlyassumesthatcomputerswillleapfrommeresyntax-drivenprocessingtosemanticallyrichunderstanding.Hearguesthatacknowledgingbiteratureasaspeciesofliteraturewillinvolveadoptingthesamerangeofattitudestocomputerauthorscomputhorsastohumanonesandthatitwillbenecessarytoapproachthemasagentswithinternalstatesandcreativeintentions.RangingfromthemetactionofStanislawLemtotheTuringtestfamiliartoscientistsworkinginArticialIntelligenceandthephilosophersofmindtotheevolutionarytrendsofcultureandmachinesSwirskisscenarioslaythegroundworkforanewareaofstudyonthecuspofliteraryfuturologyevolutionarycognitionandphiloso-phyofthefuture.SwirskisworkisanaccessibleintroductiontothedomainArticialIntelligenceanditsimpactonthepresumedemergenceofcomputer-gener-atedliteratureathoughtprovokingconcept.TomaszLemauthorofAdventuresintheFieldofUniversalGravitationPeterSwirskiisprofessorofAmericanliteratureandcultureattheUniversityofMissouri-SaintLouis.HeistheauthoroftwelvebooksincludingArsAmericanaArsPoliticaPartisanExpressioninContemporaryAmericanLiteratureandCulture.LITERARYSTUDIESCULTURALSTUDIESFromLiteraturetoBiteratureLemTuringDarwinandExplorationsinComputerLiteraturePhilosophyofMindandCulturalEvolutionpeterswirskiTheultimatefutureofliteratureandliterarystudiesintheageofthinkingandevolvingmachines.SPECIFICATIONSOctober2013978-0-7735-4295-229.95TCDN29.95TUS20.99cloth6x9216ppElectroniceditionavailable 20MQUPFALL2013ClaudeLorrain16001682aneminentseven-teenth-centurylandscapepainterwasanequallytalentedgraphicartist.Lorrainsetchingsmatchthemasteryandexecutionofhispaintingsandyetarelargelyunrecognizedbycontemporarycollec-torsandarthistorians.AndrewBrinkanastuteanddiscriminatingartcollectoramassedanim-pressivecollectionofetchingsengravingsandmezzotintsbyEuropeanmasterprintmakersfromthesixteenthcenturyonwards.ThekeystoneworksintheBrinkCollectionnowhousedinGuelphOntariosMacdonaldStewartArtCentrearebyClaudeLorrain.InInkandLightBrinkpositionsLorrainsprintsasseminaltotheestablishmentofseven-teenth-andeighteenth-centuryaestheticsinEng-landwhichgaverisetotheEnglishpictorialisminartandlandscapearchitecturethatwouldhaveinternationalinuenceinthenineteenthandtwen-tiethcenturies.HediscussesthetechnicalandmaterialcharacterofLorrainsetchingsaswellastheirconnectiontoliteratureandphilosophyinearlymoderntimes.WhileBrinksmainfocusistheimpactoftheetchingshealsolooksatpaintingsanddrawingsbyLorraininadditiontoworksmadebyotherartistsafterLorrain.FeaturingfortyofClaudeLorrainsetchingsfromtheBrinkCollectionInkandLightllsasignicantgapinBritisharthistorybyprovidingaclosereadingofLorrainsprintstheirreceptioninEnglandandtheenduringimpacttheyhadonadistinctiveBritishaesthetic.AndrewBrink19322011wasprofessorofEnglishatMcMasterUniversity.ARTHISTORYInkandLightTheInuenceofClaudeLorrainsEtchingsonEnglandandrewbrinkAbridgebetweentherecognizedandacceptedtruthsofClaudeLorrainsartandhislesserknownyetequallymasterfulgraphicworks.SPECIFICATIONSPublishedfortheMacdonaldStewartArtCentreSeptember2013978-0-7735-4198-660.00TCDN60.00TUS42.00cloth9x8168pp40duotoneillustrationsElectroniceditionavailable 21MQUPFALL2013Whilemanymodernsocietiesarenotedfortheirdiversitytheresultingchallengeistodeterminehowcitizensfromdifferentbackgroundsandcul-turescanseethemselvesandeachotherasequalsandbetreatedequally.InGenuineMulticultural-ismCecilFostershowsthatasocietysfailuretobridgethesedifferencesisthetragedyofmodernlivingandthatpretendingitispossibletome-chanicallydevelopfraternityandsolidarityamongdiversegroupsisakintoseekingoutcomedy.Arguingthatgenuinemulticulturalismisthesearchforsocialjusticebyindividualswhohavebeentrappedbyascribedidentitiesornewcomerswhohavebeenshutoutofperceivedethnichome-landsFosterdetailshowthisprocessinessenceisthestoryoftheAmericas.Reconceptionalizingthetermsofmulticulturalismheoffersaninter-ventionintoCanadasclaimthatitsdenitionandpracticearebasedonrecognizingequalityofciti-zenship.IdentifyinggenuinemulticulturalismasanongoingworkinprogressratherthanatightlydenedpolicypositionFosterchallengesreaderstoimagineagreaterandmoreharmoniousideal.AnecessarytheoreticalreconsiderationofdiversitywithinsocietyGenuineMulticulturalismrefocusesthedebateaboutidealsandpracticesinmodernsocieties.CecilFosterisaprofessorintheDepartmentofSociologyandAnthropologyattheUniversityofGuelphandtheauthorofBlacknessandModer-nityTheColourofHumanityandtheQuestforFreedomwhichwasawardedtheJohnPorterTraditionofExcellenceBookPrize.SOCIOLOGYCULTURALSTUDIESGenuineMulticulturalismTheTragedyandComedyofDiversitycecilfosterAprovocativelookatwhymulticulturalismcouldonlyhaveoriginatedintheAmericas.SPECIFICATIONSDecember2013978-0-7735-4256-334.95ACDN34.95AUS23.99paper978-0-7735-4255-6100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9496ppElectroniceditionavailable 22MQUPFALL2013AmongthemanyupheavalsinNorthAmericacausedbytheFrenchandIndianWarwasacom-monplacepracticethataffectedthelivesofthou-sandsofmenwomenandchildrenbeingtakencaptivebyrivalforces.MostpreviousstudiesofcaptivityinearlyAmericaarecontenttogeneral-izefromasmallselectionofsourcesoftencen-turiesapart.InSettingAlltheCaptivesFreeIanSteelepresentsfromamountainofdatathedif-ferencesratherthangeneralitiesaswellashowthesedifferencesshowthevarietyofcircum-stancesthataffectedcaptivesexperiences.TheproductofaherculeanefforttoidentifyandanalyzethecaptivestakenontheAlleghenyfrontierduringtheeraoftheFrenchandIndianWarSettingAlltheCaptivesFreeisthemostcompletestudyofthistopic.Steeleexploresgen-uinedoctoredandctitiousaccountsinaninno-vativechallengetomanyprevailingassumptionsandargumentsrevealingthatIndiansdemon-stratedhumanityandcompassionbycontinuingtotakenumerouscaptiveswhentheiropponentstooknonebyadoptingandconvertingcaptivesintokinduringthewarandbyreturningcaptiveseventhoughdoingsowasahumiliatingactthatbetrayedtheirsocietiesvalues.AfascinatingandcomprehensiveworkbyanacclaimedscholarSettingAlltheCaptivesFreetakesthestudyoftheFrenchandIndianWarinAmericatoanexcitingnewlevel.IanK.SteeleisprofessoremeritusofhistoryatWesternUniversity.AMERICANHISTORYNATIVEAMERICANSTUDIESSettingAlltheCaptivesFreeCaptureAdjustmentandRecollectioninAlleghenyCountryiank.steeleAnewinterpretationofthenatureoftheeighteenthcenturysAnglo-Frenchwarsfocusingonthosetakencaptive.SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensNativeandNorthernSeriesNovember2013978-0-7735-4184-939.95TCDN39.95TUS27.99cloth6x9552pp8bwphotosElectroniceditionavailable InSorrowsofaCenturyJohnWeaverdescribeshowpersonalrelationshipsworkpovertywarillnessandlegaltroubleshavedriventhousandstode-spair.Hisstudyissetintwentieth-centuryNewZealandwhereinspiteofhighstandardsoflivingandacommitmenttosocialwelfarecitizenshaveexperiencedtheprofoundlossesandstressesofthehumancondition.FocusingonNewZealandbecauseithasthemostcomprehensiveandac-cessiblecoronersrecordsWeaveranalyzesastaggeringamountofinforma-tiontodeterminethesocialandculturalfactorsthatcontributetosuiciderates.Heexaminesthecountrysinvestigationsintosuddendeathsplacesthemwithinthecontextofmajoreventsandsocietalchangesandturnstowitnessesstatementssuicidenotesandmedicalrecordstoremarkonpre-ventionstrategies.Hisextensivesurveyoftwelvethousandcasesalsopro-videsaninsightfulassessmentofpsychiatryandpsychologyinthelastcentury.InreviewingthemotivesandmethodsofsuicideWeaverpointsoutthecomplicationsfacingdeterrence.MovingbeyondthetimelesspresentofthesocialsciencesandtheirrationalityemphasizedinpsychologySorrowsofaCenturymarshalstestimonytohighlightthehistoricalcontextandrationalconductbehindsuicide.JohnC.WeaverisDistinguishedUniversityProfessoratMcMasterUniver-sityandtheauthorofASadlyTroubledHistoryTheMeaningsofSuicideintheModernAgeandTheGreatLandRushandtheMakingoftheModernWorld16501900.AsCanadianasthemapleleafishowoneobserversummeduptheUnitedChurchofCanadaafteritsfoundingin1925.ButwasthisCanadian-madechurchawedinitsdesignascriticshavechargedAChurchwiththeSoulofaNationexploresthisquestionbyweavingtogetherthehistoryoftheUnitedChurchwithaprovocativeanalysisofreligionandculturalchange.ThestorybeginsintheaftermathofConfederationwhentheprospectsofbuildingaChristiannationpersuadedagroupofCongregationalistMethodistandPresbyterianleaderstosetasidedenominationaldifferencesandfocusinsteadonsharedbeliefs.PhyllisAirharttracesthenewchurchsstruggletosaveitsreputationduringabittercontroversywithdissentingPresbyterianswhorefusedtojoinwhattheyconsideredacreedlesschurch.Survivingtheorganizationalandtheologicalchallengesofeconomicdepres-sionandwarthefutureofthechurchseemedbright.ButthetiesbetweenpersonalfaithandciviclifethatthefounderstookforgrantedweresoontatteredbythesecularculturalstormsweepingthroughwesternChristen-dom.TheUnitedChurchsremakingcamewiththerealizationthatcreatingaChristiansocialorderinCanadawasunlikelyperhapsevenundesirableinapluralisticworld.AChurchwiththeSoulofaNationshedslightontheUnitedChurchspastcontroversiesandpresentdilemmasbyshowinghowitsfoundingvisionbothlaidthegroundworkforitsaccomplishmentsandcomplicateditsadap-tationtothenewworldtakingshape.PhyllisD.AirhartisassociateprofessorofthehistoryofChristianityatEmmanuelCollegeintheUniversityofToronto.23MQUPFALL2013SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensStudiesintheHistoryofReligionJanuary2014978-0-7735-4249-534.95ACDN34.95AUS23.99paper978-0-7735-4248-8100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9408ppElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSDecember2013978-0-7735-4275-465.00Scloth978-0-7735-4275-465.00SCDN65.00SUS45.00clothElectroniceditionavailableWorldrightsexceptNewZealandSorrowsofaCenturyInterpretingSuicideinNewZealand19002000johnc.weaverAnintimateanalysisofthemotivesforsuicidesetamidstthecrisesofthetwentiethcentury.RELIGIOUSHISTORYCANADIANHISTORYAChurchwiththeSoulofaNationMakingandRemakingtheUnitedChurchofCanadaphyllisd.airhartThegoldstandardagainstwhichothereffortstointerpretthehistoryoftheUnitedChurchmustbemeasured.MarkNollDepartmentofHistoryUniversityofNotreDameHISTORYPUBLICPOLICY 24MQUPFALL2013CaptainGeorgeCartwright17391819anEnglishmerchantwhospenttimeinLabradorbetween1770and1786isbestknownforthefascinatingaccountofhisexperiencesprovidedinhisJournalofTransactionsandEventsduringaResidenceofnearlySixteenYearsontheCoastofLabrador1792.Inrecentyearsmoreofhispapershavebeendiscoveredandstandalong-sidehisjournalasimportantsourcematerialfortheearlycolonialperiodintheAtlanticregion.Transcribedfromoriginaldocumentsandextensivelyan-notatedbyMarianneStoppthenewpapersdealwithpracticalmatterssuchashowtobuildahouseinasub-arcticclimatethebestmethodsofsealingtrappingandsalmonshingaswellasmerchantrivalriesandtradewithAboriginalgroups.CartwrightspapersareofvalueforwhattheytellusaboutearlymethodsandmaterialsStoppsdetailedintroductionprovidesahistoryofCartwrightsLabradoranddiscussesthesenewpaperswithrespecttoearlyarchitectureethnohistorymaterialcultureandInuitstudies.InadditiontothehistoriansanthropologistsandarchaeologistswhocanuseTheNewLabradorPaperstostudyethnohistorymaterialcultureandsocialandeconomicdevelopmentthisbookisaccessibletoapopularreadershipinterestedinthepioneeringofEasternCanada.NewfoundlandQuarterlyMarianneP.StoppisanarchaeologistwhohasresearchedthehistoryandprehistoryofLabradorforovertwenty-veyears.IntherstmajorstudyoftheRoyalCanadianNavyscontributiontoforeignpolicyNicholasTracytakesacomprehensivelookattheparadoxthatCanadafacesinparticipatinginasystemofcollectivedefenceasameansofavoidingsubordinationtoothercountries.Createdin1910tosupportCanadianautonomytheRoyalCanadianNavyhasplayedanimportantroleindeningCanadasrelationshipwiththeUnitedKingdomtheUnitedStatesandnato.Initiallyinvolvedwithpartici-pationinImperialandCommonwealthdefencethercnsroleshiftedfollow-ingtheSecondWorldWartoprimarilyensuringthesurvivalofthenatoallianceanddeectingAmericaninuenceoverCanada.TracydemonstratesthewaysinwhichtheNavysprioritieshaverealignedsincetheendoftheColdWarthistimepartneringwiththeUSandnatonaviesinglobalpolicing.InsightfuldetailedandgroundedinsolidhistoricalscholarshipATwo-EdgedSwordpresentsacompleteportraitoftheshiftingrelevanceandfutureofacornerstoneofCanadiandefence.Thisworkwillbeofinteresttoanyoneworkinginthewholeinternationalrelationsarea.Itsparticularvalueisthatitgivesstronghistoricalanalysisthroughalongtimespanandisequallystrongonmajorcurrentissueswhoseimportancewilllikelygrowinthefuture.RogerSartyauthorofTheMaritimeDefenceofCanadaNicholasTracyadjunctprofessorofhistoryattheUniversityofNewBrunswickandmemberoftheInternationalInstituteforStrategicStudiesistheauthoroffteenbooksincludingBritanniasPaletteTheArtsofNavalVictory.SPECIFICATIONSCarletonLibrarySeriesOctober2013978-0-7735-4052-139.95ACDN39.95AUS27.99paper6.25x9.25496pp35bwphotosElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSAugust2013978-0-7735-4289-129.95TCDN29.95TUS20.99paper6x9224pp27drawings9photographs4tablesElectroniceditionavailableCANADIANHISTORYMILITARYHISTORYCANADIANHISTORYnewinpaperTheNewLabradorPapersofCaptainGeorgeCartwrightintroducedandeditedbymariannep.stoppAnenterprisingBritishmerchantprovidesinstruc-tionsforlivingineighteenth-centuryLabrador.newinpaperATwo-EdgedSwordTheNavyasanInstrumentofCanadianForeignPolicynicholastracyAnexaminationoftheRoyalCanadianNavyanditspromotionofsovereigntythroughcollectivedefence. 25MQUPFALL2013WrittenbymembersoftheInuitcommunityandnon-Inuitwhohaveworkedcloselywiththecommunitytobetterunderstandenvironmentalconcernsthearticlesinthesevolumesshedlightonhowinteractionwiththenaturalenvironmenthaschangeddramaticallyinthepastthreedecades.Volume5presentsarticlesonrenewableresourcesandwildlifeprotection.Volume6presentsarticlesonenvironmentalcontaminantslanduseandclimatechange.MinnieGreyhasworkedactivelythroughouthercareertoimprovequalityoflifefortheInuit.MarianneA.StenbaekisprofessorofculturalstudiesatMcGillandhasworkedcloselywithInuitorganizationsinCanadaandGreenlandforoverthirtyyears.JohnnyPetersisarespectedNunavikElderwhohasbeeninstrumentalingeneratingresearchontheenvironmentandwhocombinestraditionalknowledgewithmodernwesternscience.SheilaWatt-CloutierisarespectednationalandinternationalclimatechangeadvocatewhowasnominatedtogetherwithAlGoreforthe2007NobelPeacePrize.Shecombinestraditionalknowledgewithmoremodernwesternscience.Centuries-oldcommunityplanningpracticesinIndigenouscommunitiesinCanadatheUnitedStatesNewZealandandAustraliahaveinmoderntimesbeeneclipsedbyill-suitedwesternapproachesmostlyderivedfromcolonialandneo-colonialtraditions.SinceplanningoutcomeshavefailedtoreecttherightsandinterestsofIndigenouspeopleattemptstoreclaimplanninghavebecomeapriorityformanyIndigenousnationsthroughouttheworld.InReclaimingIndigenousPlanningscholarsandpractitionersconnectthepastandpresenttofacilitatebetterplanningforthefuture.Withexam-plesfromtheCanadianArctictotheAustraliandesertandthecitiestownsreservesandreservationsinbetweencontributorsengagetopicsincludingIndigenousmobilizationandresistanceawareness-raisingandseven-genera-tionsvisioningIndigenousparticipationincommunityplanningprocessesandformsofgovernance.RelyingoncasestudiesandpersonalnarrativestheseessaysemphasizethecriticalneedforIndigenouscommunitiestoreclaimcontrolofthepoliticalsocio-culturalandeconomicagendasthatshapetheirlives.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.RyanWalkerisassociateprofessorofurbanplanningattheUniversityofSaskatchewanandpastchairofitsRegionalandUrbanPlanningprogram.TedJojolaisDistinguishedProfessorandRegentsProfessorintheSchoolofArchitectureandPlanningandthedirectoroftheIndigenousDesignandPlanningInstituteattheUniversityofNewMexico.DavidNatcherisacul-turalanthropologistandprofessorintheDepartmentofBioresourcePolicyBusinessandEconomicsattheUniversityofSaskatchewan.SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensNativeandNorthernSeriesSeptember2013978-0-7735-4194-839.95ACDN39.95AUS27.99paper978-0-7735-4193-1125.00SCDN125.00SUS97.00cloth6x9536pp4photos5maps20diagrams6tablesElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSIPIPressVoicesandImagesofNunavimmiutVolume5July2013978-0-9829155-4-729.95ACDN29.95AUS20.99cloth5.125x7.5256ppVolume6August2013978-0-9829155-5-427.95ACDN27.95AUS18.99cloth5.125x7.5192ppNATIVESTUDIESPLANNINGNATIVESTUDIESNORTHERNSTUDIESVoicesandImagesofNunavimmiutVolume5EnvironmentRenewableResourcesandWildlifeProtectionintroductionbyjohnnypetersVolume6EnvironmentContaminantsLandUseandClimateChangeintroductionbysheilawatt-cloutiereditedbyminniegreyandmariannea.stenbaekNunavimmiutsownperspectivesonrenewableresourcesandprotectionofwildlifeinNorthernQuebecReclaimingIndigenousPlanningeditedbyryanwalkertedjojolaanddavidnatcherForewordbyAaronAubinHowIndigenouspeoplesarereclaimingcommunityplanningpracticesandideologies. InTheVitalityofContradictionBruceGilbertprovidesanexpositionofHegelspoliticalphilosophytoestablishnotonlythatsocietiesfailbecauseoftheircontradictionsbutalsohowtheunsurpassableoppositionsofsociallifecultivatefreedom.HemovesbeyondHegelsworkstoconsiderthelimitsofliberal-capitalismandthecontemporarysocialmovementsaroundtheworldthatstretchusbeyondtheglobaleconomicsystem.DrawingonkeyHegeltextssuchasPhenomenologyofSpiritandPhilos-ophyofRightGilbertshowshowsocietiesoutgrowthemselvesastheycometorecognizekeyaspectsoffreedomandjustice.Hearguesthatthedialecticrequiresthatwerecognizehowliberal-capitalismhasbothcultivatedfree-domandyetfailstoleadustomoresophisticatedformsoffreedom.GilbertalsohighlightsorganizationsincludingBrazilsMovementofLandlessWork-ersandtheMondragoncooperativeinSpainandthesophisticatedwaysinwhichtheyareteachingtheworldnewandbetterwaystobefree.EngagingandperceptiveTheVitalityofContradictionilluminatesthebasicprinciplesbehindHegelspoliticalthoughtandindicatesthewaysinwhichhisworkencouragespeopletostriveforaformofsocialistdemoc-racy.BruceGilbertisprofessorofphilosophyandliberalartsatBishopsUniver-sityandadjunctprofessorattheUniversitdeSherbrookeandtheUniversi-dadeEstadualValedeAcarainCearBrazil.InNietzschesJusticePeterSedgwicktakesthethemeofjusticetotheveryheartofthegreatthinkersphilosophy.HearguesthatNietzschestreatmentofjusticespringsfromanengagementwiththethemeschartedinhisrstbookTheBirthofTragedywhichinvokesthenotionofanabsolutejusticegraspedbywayofartisticmetaphysics.NietzschesencounterwithGreektragedyspursthedevelopmentofanoracularconceptionofjusticecapableoftranscendingrigidsocialconvention.SedgwickarguesthatalthoughNietzscheslaterwritingsrejecthisearliermetaphysicshismaturethoughtisnotcharacterizedbyarejectionofthepossibilityoftheoraculararticulationofjusticefoundinTheBirth.RatherintheaftermathofhisrejectionoftraditionalaccountsofthenatureofwillmoralresponsibilityandpunishmentNietzscheseekstorejuvenatejusticeinnaturalisticterms.Thisrejuvenationisgroundedinaradicalreinterpretationofthenatureofhumanfreedomandinavisionofgenuinephilosophicalthoughtasthelegislationofvaluesandtheembracingofanethicofmercy.ThepursuitofthisethicinvitesarevaluationoftheprinciplesexploredinNietzscheslastwritings.SmartconciseandaccessiblywrittenNietzschesJusticerevealsaphiloso-pherwhoisbothsociallyembeddedandorientedtowardcontemporarydebatesonthenatureofthemodernstate.PeterR.SedgwickisreaderinphilosophyatCardiffUniversityandtheauthorofNietzscheKeyConceptsandNietzschesEconomy.26MQUPFALL2013SPECIFICATIONSDecember2013978-0-7735-4258-734.95ACDN34.95AUS23.99paper978-0-7735-4257-0100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9368ppElectroniceditionavailablePHILOSOPHYSPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensStudiesintheHistoryofIdeasNovember2013978-0-7735-4269-329.95ACDN29.95AUS20.99paper978-0-7735-4268-6100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9232ppElectroniceditionavailablePHILOSOPHYPOLITICALSCIENCETheVitalityofContradictionHegelPoliticsandtheDialecticofLiberal-CapitalismbrucegilbertHowthefundamentaltensionsofsocialandpoliticallifeteachustobefree.NietzschesJusticeNaturalisminSearchofanEthicspeterr.sedgwickAnexplorationofNietzschesideasofjusticebyoneofhisleadingmodernexponents. 27MQUPFALL2013WhyshouldweseekandtellthetruthDoesanyoneknowwhattruthisTruthMattersendeavourstoshowwhytruthisimportantinaworldwheretheveryideaoftruthiscontested.PuttingphilosophersinconversationwitheducatorsliteraryscholarsphysicistspoliticaltheoristsandtheologiansTruthMattersdrawsontheideasofthinkerssuchasAquinasBalthasarBrandomDavidsonDooye-weerdGadamerHabermasKierkegaardPlantingaRicoeurandWolter-storff.Someessaysattempttoprovideasystematicaccountoftruthwhileotherswrestlewiththequestionofhowtruthistoldandwhatitmeanstolivetruthfully.Contributorsaddressdebatesbetweenrealistsandanti-realistsexploreissuessurroundingrelativismandconstructivismineduca-tionandthesocialsciencesexaminethepoliticsoftruthtellingandtheethicsofauthenticityandconsidervariousreligiousperspectivesontruth.Mostscholarsagreethattruthispropositionalbeingexpressedinstate-mentsthataresubjecttoproofordisproof.Thisbookgoesastepfarthertruthismorethanpropositional.Torecognizehowitismorethanproposi-tionaliscrucialforunderstandingwhytruthtrulymatters.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.LambertZuidervaartisprofessorofphilosophyattheInstituteforChristianStudiesandtheUniversityofToronto.AllysonCarrisassociatedirectoroftheCentreforPhilosophyReligionandSocialEthicsattheInstituteforChristianStudies.MatthewJ.KlassenisadoctoralstudentinphilosophyattheInstituteforChristianStudies.RonnieShukerisadoctoralstudentinphilosophyattheInstituteforChristianStudies.Theconstraintsofnewsproductionandtheconsequentlimitationsofnewsresultdirectlyindissatisfactionthroughoutnewsaudiences.Newsstoriesarefrequentlyfoundtobeinadequatelyinformativetotheextentthatjournalismismoreinclinedtogeneratepoliticaldisenchantmentratherthanpromptitsaudiencestopursueafullyengagedlevelofpoliticalparticipationintheirsocieties.JournalismandPoliticalExclusionprovidesamulti-methodintegratedanalysisofnewsproductionandnewsaudiencesincludingalong-termstudyofcommunityactivistsinacentralCanadiancity.Duringtheseven-yeareldworkperioddifferentgroupsofresearchparticipantscompletedques-tionnaireswrotenewsdiariesandwereinterviewedintheirhomeswhileviewingnetworktelevisionnewscasts.Clarkeshowsthatfrustrationswiththeinformationallimitationsoftelevisionandothernewsmediaareacceler-atedamongwomenandtheworking-classoftenlackopportunitiestoaccessalternativeinformationsources.Thecriticalcontributionofjournalismtotheproductionandreproduc-tionofideasaboutsocialrealityisfrequentlyacknowledgedandassumedyetrarelyinvestigatedanddemonstrated.Throughanexaminationoftheevery-dayrealitiesofbothnewsproductionandnewsreceptionJournalismandPoliticalExclusionalsoshowshowthecurrentcrisesofprofessionaljour-nalismheightensthelevelofpoliticalexclusionexperiencedbyvarioussocialgroups.DebraM.ClarkeisassociateprofessorofsociologyatTrentUniversity.SPECIFICATIONSDecember2013978-0-7735-4270-9100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9344ppElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSNovember2013978-0-7735-4282-234.95ACDN34.95AUS23.99paper978-0-7735-4281-5100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9392pp7tablesElectroniceditionavailableCOMMUNICATIONSTUDIESSOCIOLOGYJournalismandPoliticalExclusionSocialConditionsofNewsProductionandReceptiondebram.clarkeAcriticalanalysisofhowandwhyjournalismcanfrustrateaudiencesandinhibittheircapacitytobeinformedcitizens.PHILOSOPHYTruthMattersKnowledgePoliticsEthicsReligioneditedbylambertzuidervaartallysoncarrmatthewj.klassenandronnieshukerApioneeringstudyofwhytruthisimportantinphilosophypubliccultureandeverydaylife. HaroldInniswasoneofthemostprofoundthinkersthatCanadaeverpro-duced.SuchwashisinuenceontheeldofcommunicationthatMarshallMcLuhanoncedeclaredhisownworkwasamerefootnotetoInnis.Butoverthepastsixtyyearsscholarshavehadahardtimeexplaininghisbril-lianceinlargemeasurebecauseInnissdenseellipticalwritingstylehashinderedeasyexplicationandinterpretation.Butbehindthedenseverbiageliesaprofoundphilosophyofhistory.InEmergenceandEmpireJohnBonnettoffersafreshtakeonInnissworkbydemonstratingthathispurposewastounderstandtheimpactofself-organizingemergentchangeoneconomiesandsocieties.InnissinterestinemergentchangeinducedhimtocraftanoriginalandboldphilosophyofhistoryinformedbyconceptsasdiverseasinformationKantianidealismandbusinesscycletheory.BonnettprovidesaclosereadingofInnissoeuvrethatconnectsworksofcommunicationandeconomichistorytopresentafullerunderstandingofInnissinuencesandinuence.EmergenceandEmpirepresentsaportraitofanoriginalandprescientthinkerwhoanticipatedtheimportanceofdevelopmentssuchasinformationvisualizationandwhoseunderstandingofchangeisremarkablysimilartothatwhichispromotedbythescienceofcomplexitytoday.JohnBonnettisaCanadaResearchChairinDigitalHumanitiesandassociateprofessorofhistoryatBrockUniversity.NowthatOttawahaslefthealthcaretotheprovinceswhatisthefutureforCanadianhealthcareinadecentralizedfederalcontextIstheCanadaHealthActdeadHealthCareFederalisminCanadaprovidesamulti-perspectiveinterdis-ciplinaryanalysisofacriticaljunctureinCanadianpublicpolicyandthecontributingfactorswhichhaveledtothispoint.Socialscientistslegalscholarshealthservicesresearchersanddecision-makersexaminetheshiftfromasystemwhereOttawahasplayedasignicantsometimescontrover-sialroletoonewhereprovinceshavemoreabilitytopushhealthcaredesigninnewdirections.WillthischangeinspireinnovationandcollaborationorinequalityandconfusionProvidinganup-to-dateanalysisofhealthcarepolicyandintergovern-mentalrelationsatacrucialtimeHealthCareFederalisminCanadawillbeofinteresttoanyoneconcernedwiththecurrentdynamicsandfuturepotentialofCanadianhealthcare.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.KatherineFierlbeckisMcCullochProfessorofPoliticalScienceatDalhousieUniversity.WilliamLaheyisassociateprofessorofhealthlawatDalhousieUniversityandaformerassistantdeputyministerofhealthinNovaScotia.28MQUPFALL2013SPECIFICATIONSNovember2013978-0-7735-4203-734.95ACDN34.95AUS23.99paper978-0-7735-4202-095.00SCDN95.00SUS74.00cloth6x9392ppElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSDecember2013978-0-7735-4254-934.95ACDN34.95AUS23.99paper978-0-7735-4253-2100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9280pp7tables4diagramsElectroniceditionavailablePOLITICALSCIENCEPUBLICPOLICYHealthCareFederalisminCanadaCriticalJuncturesandCriticalPerspectiveseditedbykatherinefierlbeckandwilliamlaheyRethinkingthefutureofhealthcareinCanada.CANADIANHISTORYCOMMUNICATIONSTUDIESEmergenceandEmpireInnisComplexityandtheTrajectoryofHistoryjohnbonnettAground-breakinglookatthewritingsandphilosophyofpioneeringCanadianthinkerHaroldAdamsInnis. HowispolicymadeinhighereducationparticularlyinthewakeofrecenteconomicturbulenceHaspolicydevelopmentconvergedinternationallyandifsowhatimpacthasthishadonacademiclifeandinstitutionsWhatroledoespolicy-orientedresearchplayinshapingthedirectionofhighereducationAreuniversitiesgrapplingincommonwayswithissuesofaccessandequityMakingPolicyinTurbulentTimesprovidesahistoricallyinformedandnuancedresponsetotheseandotherquestions.Distinguishedscholarsandadministratorsfromacrosstheglobeidentifyeconomicchallengesandpressuresfacinguniversitiescomparepolicydevelopmentsinnumerousjurisdictionsanddemonstratethewaysinwhichnetworksandlobbyistsachieveresults.CogentlyarguedMakingPolicyinTurbulentTimescontributessigni-cantlytonewresearchandwillbeofgreatinteresttoscholarsandpracti-tionersalike.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.PaulAxelrodisprofessorandformerdeanoftheFacultyofEducationatYorkUniversity.RoopaDesaiTrilokekarisassociateprofessorintheFacultyofEducationatYorkUniversity.TheresaShanahanisassociateprofessorandformerassociatedeanintheFacultyofEducationatYorkUniversityandisamemberofYorksgraduateprograminPublicPolicyAdministra-tionandLaw.RichardWellenisassociateprofessorintheDepartmentofSocialScienceatYorkUniversity.ThebasicstructureofuniversitiesandcollegesinOntarioonefocusedprimarilyonexpansionandgreateraccessandputinplaceinthe1960sisoutdated.Thesystemisnowlargeenoughtheeligibleagegroupforenteringpost-secondarystudiesisshrinkingandparticipationratesareashighastheyarelikelytogo.InRethinkingHigherEducationGeorgeFallisarguesthatpolicy-makersshouldshifttheirattentionawayfromgrowthandtowardsimprovinganddiversifyingtherangeofprogramsavailableandcreatingnewmeansofpro-gramdelivery.Hecallsforincreasesinhonoursundergraduateprogramsandpolytechniceducationandenvisionsagroupofresearch-intensiveuniversi-tiesresponsiblefordoctoraleducation.TheexistingdesignFalliscontendsneglectsthespecicneedsofgraduateeducationandresearchlayeringitontopofasystemdesignedforundergraduateeducation.InadditionthereisdisconnectionbetweenOntariosMinistryofTrainingCollegesandUniver-sitiesandtheresearchmissionsoftheuniversitiesandcollegesthemselves.Thought-provokingandthoroughlyarguedRethinkingHigherEducationprovidesadetaileddesignforhighereducationinthetwenty-rstcentury.GeorgeFallisisUniversityProfessorprofessorofeconomicsandsocialscienceandformerdeanoftheFacultyofArtsatYorkUniversity.29MQUPFALL2013POLICYSTUDIESEDUCATIONSPECIFICATIONSQueensPolicyStudiesSchoolofPolicyStudiesSeptember2013978-1-55339-333-739.95ACDN39.95AUS27.99paper6x9250ppRethinkingHigherEducationParticipationResearchandDifferentiationgeorgefallisReimaginingpost-secondaryeducationtomeetthetimes.POLICYSTUDIESEDUCATIONSPECIFICATIONSQueensPolicyStudiesSchoolofPolicyStudiesSeptember2013978-1-55339-332-039.95ACDN39.95AUS27.99paper6x9250ppMakingPolicyinTurbulentTimesChallengesandProspectsforHigherEducationeditedbypaulaxelrodroopadesaitrilokekartheresashanahanandrichardwellenCanhighereducationpolicy-makingbeimaginativelytheorized 30MQUPFALL2013WhetheritiswildresinAlbertawidespreadoodinginNewfoundlandormassivesnowstormsinNovaScotiaCanadiangovernmentsmustbepre-paredtomanagearangeofemergencies.Manyorganizationsandresourceshavetobecoordinatedinemergencymanagementandthequalityofemer-gencyplanninghasadirectimpactontheeffectivenessofdisasterresponse.Municipalitieshaveprimaryresponsibilitybutemergencymanagementrequiresauthorityandresourcesfromalllevelsofgovernmentaswellascollaborationwithstakeholdersfromtheprivateandvoluntarysectors.DrawingonextensivedocumentaryevidenceandmanyinterviewswithgovernmentofcialsandstakeholdersMultilevelGovernanceandEmer-gencyManagementinCanadianMunicipalitiesprovidesacomprehensiveassessmentofthestructureanddynamicsofemergencymanagementinCanada.Contributorsanalyzetheroleofthefederalgovernmentcomparepoliciesandgovernanceinthreedifferentprovincesandexamineapproachestoemergencyplanninginthirteenmunicipalitiesofvaryingsizes.Inadditiontodescribingpoliticalandlegalframeworksessaysinvestigatehowemer-gencymanagementpoliciesareshapedbytherelationshipsbetweenmunici-palprovincialandfederalofcialsaswellaswithsocialintereststhatareconcernedaboutplanningforemergencies.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.DanielHenstraisassociateprofessorofpoliticalscienceanddirectoroftheMasterofPublicServiceprogramattheUniversityofWaterloo.Globalpowerstructuresarechanging.TheUnitedStatesandEuropearelosinggroundascountriessuchasChinaandIndiaincreasetheirglobalreach.Atthesametimethatnewglobalplayersemergemultinationalcorporationsglobalcivilsocietyorganizationsandinternationalmediacarveouttheirownspacesininternationalaffairs.HowwillthesechangesimpactthelegitimacyoftheUnitedNationsInSharedResponsibilityCarstenStaurexaminestheabilityoftheUNtocombineitsnormativefunctionsdeningglobalobjectivesrulesandstandardswithpracticalassistanceforits193memberstates.StaurfocusesontransformativeglobalchallengeswheretheUNhasthepotentialtoplayacriticalroleinassistingvulnerablecountriesintheaftermathofconictinfurtherdevelopingtheconceptofresponsibilitytoprotectincreatingamoreforcefulsystemofaccountabilityformassatrocitycrimesandinre-launchingsustainabledevelopmentasthefuturesprincipalglobaldevelop-mentapproachandasthebasisfordealingeffectivelywithbothclimatechangeandtheresponsiblemanagementofglobalresources.AninsiderslookattheUNSharedResponsibilitydetailstheproblemsfacedbytheUnitedNationsandpresentssolutionsfortheorganizationtoremainrelevantlegitimateandaction-orientedinthetwenty-rstcentury.CarstenStaurisDenmarksambassadortotheUnitedNationsinNewYork.SPECIFICATIONSFieldsofGovernancePolicyMakinginCanadianMunicipalitiesOctober2013978-0-7735-4284-629.95ACDN29.95AUS20.99paper978-0-7735-4283-9100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9232ppElectroniceditionavailablePOLITICALSCIENCEPUBLICPOLICYMultilevelGovernanceandEmergencyManagementinCanadianMunicipalitieseditedbydanielhenstraAstudyofthestructuredynamicsandqualityofCanadianemergencymanagement.POLITICALSCIENCEINTERNATIONALSTUDIESSharedResponsibilityTheUnitedNationsintheAgeofGlobalizationcarstenstaurtranslatedbystevenharrisThechallengesfacingtheUnitedNationsasittakesonthecriticalglobalissuesofthetwenty-rstcentury.SPECIFICATIONSNovember2013978-0-7735-4294-529.95ACDN29.95AUS20.99paper978-0-7735-4293-8100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9344ppElectroniceditionavailable 31MQUPFALL2013The201314editionofHowOttawaSpendscriticallyexaminesnationalpoliticsprioritiesandpolicieswithacloselensonStephenHarpersConser-vativepartyduringthemiddleoftheirrsttermasamajority.ContributorsfromacrossCanadaexaminethefederalgovernmentanditsnotuncommonmid-termproblemsbutalsoitsconsiderableagendaoflong-termplansbothsetinthemidstofnationaleconomicfragilityandaglobalscalanddebtcrisis.IndividualchaptersexamineseveralrelatedpoliticalpolicyandspendingrealmsincludingtheBudgetActionPlanthetenyearCanadaHealthTransferPlantheCanadaPensionPlanandOldAgeSecurityreforms.ThecontributorsalsoconsiderausterityrelatedpublicsectordownsizingandstrategicspendingreviewsnationalenergyandrelatedenvironmentalstrategiesandthegrowingHarperpracticeofone-offfederalism.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.ChristopherStoneyisassociateprofessorSchoolofPublicPolicyandAdministrationatCarletonUniversity.G.BruceDoernisprofessorSchoolofPublicPolicyandAdministrationatCarletonUniversityandinthePoliticsDepartmentattheUniversityofExeter.Caringforveteransreturningfromserviceisjustasimportantaspreparingtroopsfordeployment.BeyondtheLineisacollectionofcurrentresearchpresentedbytheCanadianInstituteforMilitaryandVeteranHealthRe-searchanorganizationcommittedtondingthebestsolutionstoaddresstherangeofhealthissuesarisingfrommilitaryservice.Bringingtogetherworkbydefencescientistsandresearchersandclini-ciansfromseveralCanadianuniversitiescontributorspresenttheirndingsontopicssuchasmentalphysicalsocialrehabilitativeandoccupationalhealthinadditiontocombatcare.Diversetopicsrangingfromtechnologytoprogramsforchildrenadddepthanddimension.ProvidingexpertinsightintohealthcareforarmedforcesveteransandtheirfamiliesBeyondtheLineengagestheresearchcommunitytowardsthecommongoalofimprovedhealthcareservicesforCanadasmilitarypopulation.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.AliceB.AikenisdirectoroftheCanadianInstituteforMilitaryandVeteranHealthResearchandassociateprofessorattheSchoolofRehabilitationTherapyatQueensUniversity.StphanieA.H.BlangerisassociatescienticdirectoroftheCanadianInstituteforMilitaryandVeteranHealthResearchandassociateprofessorintheDepartmentofFrenchatRoyalMilitaryCollege.SPECIFICATIONSPublishedfortheCanadianInstituteforMilitaryandVeteranHealthResearchNovember2013978-0-7735-4280-834.95ACDN34.95AUS23.99paper978-0-7735-4279-2100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9348pp17bwphotos30diagrams8tablesElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSPublishedforCarletonUniversitysSchoolofPublicPolicyandAdministrationHowOttawaSpendsSeptember2013978-0-7735-4271-634.95ACDN34.95AUS23.99paper6x9328ppElectroniceditionavailablePUBLICADMINISTRATIONPUBLICPOLICYHowOttawaSpends20132014TheHarperGovernmentMid-TermBluesandLong-TermPlanseditedbychristopherstoneyandg.brucedoernAcriticalexaminationoftheHarperGovernmentatthemid-pointoftheelectoralcyclesetinthecontextofitslong-termplansbeyondthenextfederalelection.HEALTHSTUDIESMILITARYSTUDIESBeyondtheLineMilitaryandVeteranHealthResearcheditedbyaliceb.aikenandstphaniea.h.blangerOptimizingthewell-beingofCanadasmilitarycommunitythroughhigh-impactresearch. 32MQUPFALL2013Whileglobalcompetitivenessisincreasinglyinvokedasnecessaryforeco-nomicsuccessstoriestherearefewanswersavailableabouthowitcanbeachievedormaintained.Theideaofstimulatingindustriestospuroneconomiesisoftenproposedbutindustrialpolicycanbeseenasaboondog-gleofgovernmentspendingandtheoristsofglobalizationaredoubtfulthatsucheffortscansucceedinaworldoffragmentedsupplychains.WhatMakesClustersCompetitivetestsfundamentaltheoreticalhypo-thesesaboutwhatmakesindustriescompetitiveinaglobalizedworldbyusingthewineindustriesofseveralcountriesascasestudiesBritishColum-biaCanadaExtremaduraSpainTuscanyItalySouthAustraliaandChile.Takingintoaccounthistoricalandlocation-speciccharacteristicsanddrawingoutpolicylessonsforotherregionsthatwouldliketopromotetheirindustriesthisvolumedemonstratesthevalueofapplyingclusterthe-orytounderstandmarketforceswhilealsodescribingtheforcesunderlyingthedevelopmentofthewineindustryinarangeofdifferentsettings.Anexcellentresourceforthoseinterestedinwhatmakesindustriessuc-ceedorstruggleWhatMakesClustersCompetitiveoffersguidanceforpolicymakersandtheprivatesectoronhowtopromotelocalindustries.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.AnilHiraisprofessorofpoliticalscienceatSimonFraserUniversity.RuralcommunitiesinCanadaarefacinganewrealitywheretraditionaleconomicbasessuchasagricultureforestryandmanufacturinghaveeroded.ThedigitaldividewherebyruralCanadalagsinaccesstobroad-bandhascreatedfurtherbarrierstoparticipatingintheemergingknowledgeeconomy.RevitalizingRuralEconomiesofferspracticaltoolsfordevelopersbusinesspeopleandcommunityleaders.TheresultofapartnershipbetweentheMoniesonCentreatQueensSchoolofBusinessandentrepreneurspolicymakerseconomicdevelopmentofcialsandelectedrepresentativesfromruralcommunitiesacrosssouthernOntarioRevitalizingRuralEconomiesdrawsonfouryearsofcommunity-basedresearchtoprovidestrategiesforeconomicrevitalization.Integratingcasestudiesandcommunitydevelopmentguidelinestheauthorsexplorethemessuchasthebuildingblocksforcommunityeconomicdevelopmentcedinnovationcommunityassetsvibrantdowntownssocialcapitalaccumulationthroughcollaborationandinclusionandnewopportunitiesforruraleconomiesthroughcreativeandvalue-addedbusinesses.Designedasapracticalguidethisbookservesasaprimertocedwhilealsoallowingthosefamiliarwiththeeldtodelvedeeper.Casestudiesgroundthediscussioninthechallengesandopportunitiesfacingcommuni-ties.Thebookprovidesideasandresourcestofosterthelong-termresilienceofruralregions.YolandeE.ChanisprofessorofmanagementinformationsystemsatQueensSchoolofBusinessandformerdirectoroftheMoniesonCentre.JeffA.DixonisassociatedirectoroftheMoniesonCentreatQueensSchoolofBusiness.ChristineR.DukelowisacommunitydevelopmentprofessionalfromBeavertonOntario.ECONOMICSAGRICULTUREWhatMakesClustersCompetitiveCasesfromtheGlobalWineIndustryeditedbyanilhiraWhythecompetitiveforcesandstrategiesofnewwineproducersareturningtheglobalindustryupsidedown.ECONOMICSRURALDEVELOPMENTRevitalizingRuralEconomiesAGuideforPractitionersyolandee.chanjeffa.dixonandchristiner.dukelowAresearch-basedeconomicdevelopmentresourceforleadersbuildingstrongruralcommunities.SPECIFICATIONSNovember2013978-0-7735-4214-334.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4213-6100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9224ppElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSNovember2013978-0-7735-4260-039.95ACDN39.95AUS27.99paper978-0-7735-4259-4100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9288ppElectroniceditionavailable 33MQUPFALL2013HowdoesoneaddresshomophobiawithoutthreateningmajorityruledemocracyandfreedomsofspeechandfaithHowdoesoneAfricanizesexualityresearchempiricallyandtheoreticallyinanenvironmentthatisnotnecessarilywelcomingtoAfricanscholarsInSexualDiversityinAfricacontributorscriticallyengagewithcurrentdebatesaboutsexualityandgenderidentityaswellaswithcontentiousis-suesrelatingtomethodologyepistemologyethicsandpedagogy.Theypres-entatapestryofissuesthattestifytothecomplexnatureofsexualitysexualpracticesandgenderperformanceinAfrica.Essaysexaminetopicssuchasthewell-establishedsame-sexnetworksinAccraandBamakoAfricantra-ditionsdenedbyEuropeanobserversandthebizarremixoffaithphar-maceuticalsandpseudo-scienceusedtocurehomosexualmen.Theirevidencealsodemonstratestheindefensibilityofover-simpliedconstruc-tionsofhomosexualityversusheterosexualitymodernversustraditionalAfricaversustheWestandprogressfromtheAfricanclosettowardsWest-ernmodelsofoutpoliticsallofwhichhavetaintedresearchonsame-sexpracticesandscienticstudiesofhivaids.SexualDiversityinAfricacontributestothetheorizationofsexualitiesbypresentingamoresensitiveandknowledgeablestudyofAfricanexperiencesandperspectives.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.S.N.NyeckisassistantprofessorinpoliticalscienceatClarksonUniversity.MarcEpprechtisprofessorintheDepartmentofGlobalDevelopmentStud-iesatQueensUniversity.WheredoourconventionalunderstandingsofhealthillnessandthebodystemfromWhatmakesthemauthoritativeHowaretheboundariessetaroundtheseareasoflifeunsettledinthechanginghistoricalandpoliticalcontextsofsciencetechnologyandhealthcaredeliveryThesequestionsareattheheartofTroublingNaturalCategoriesacollectionofessayshonour-ingthetraditionofMargaretLockoneofthepreeminentmedicalanthro-pologistsofourtime.ThroughouthercareerLockhasinvestigatedhowmedicinesetsbound-ariesaroundwhatisdeemednormalandnaturalandhowinturntheseideasshapeourtechnicalandmoralunderstandingsoflifesicknessanddeath.Inthisbooknineestablishedmedicalanthropologistscriticallyengagewithherworkofferingethnographicandhistoricalanalysesthatproblema-tizetaken-for-grantedconstructsinhealthandmedicineinarangeofglobalsettings.Theessayselaboratecutting-edgethemeswithinmedicalanthropol-ogyincludingtheoftendisturbinginherentlypoliticalnatureofbiomedicineandbiotechnologythemedicalizationofmentalhealthprocessesandthefor-mationofuniquelylocalbiologiesthroughtheconvergenceofbodilyexpe-riencescienticdiscourseandnewtechnologiesofcare.Forafulllistofcontribuotrspleasevisitmqup.ca.NaomiAdelsonisassociateprofessorintheDepartmentofAnthropologyandassociatedeanResearchFacultyofLiberalArtsandProfessionalStudiesatYorkUniversity.LeslieButtisassociateprofessorintheDepart-mentofPacicandAsianStudiesattheUniversityofVictoria.KarinaKielmannisseniorlecturerintheInstituteforInternationalHealthandDevelopmentatQueenMargaretUniversity.AFRICANSTUDIESGENDERSTUDIESSPECIFICATIONSOctober2013978-0-7735-4188-729.95ACDN29.95SUS20.99paper978-0-7735-4187-0100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9296pp3drawingsElectroniceditionavailableSexualDiversityinAfricaPoliticsTheoryandCitizenshipeditedbys.n.nyeckandmarcepprechtAcomprehensiveanalysisofsexualdiversityinAfricafromamultidisciplinaryperspective.ANTHROPOLOGYHEALTHMEDICINETroublingNaturalCategoriesEngagingtheMedicalAnthropologyofMargaretLockeditedbynaomiadelsonlesliebuttandkarinakielmannAcollectionofessaystakingupMargaretLocksenduringprojecttoquestionourdeeplyheldas-sumptionsaboutbiologymedicineandculture.SPECIFICATIONSNovember2013978-0-7735-4200-632.95ACDN32.95AUS22.99paper978-0-7735-4199-395.00SCDN95.00SUS74.00cloth6x9264pp3photos4tablesElectroniceditionavailable InDutyBoundisanunprecedentedlookatUpperCanadasforgottenpeopleandthewaysinwhichtheirliveswerebynecessityboundinamutualrela-tionshipofdutyandobligationtotheUpperCanadianstate.ThisneglectedareaofCanadashistoryhasbeenpreservedinpartintheformofpersonalpetitionssubmittedtothelieutenant-governorandlegisla-tureforlandgovernmentjobspensionspardonsandthelesseningofcourtsentencesforcompensationfordamagesdonebyorworkdoneforthestateandforrelief.Usingtheseandotherpreviouslyunexaminedgovern-mentrecordsJ.K.JohnsonillustratesthatpopularknowledgeasideUpperCanadawasnotsimplyalandofself-sufcientfarmersandartisansandthatmanyhadtoturntoandrelyonthestatefortheirlivelihoods.ThemajorthemesofUpperCanadashistoryfromwarandrebelliontoimmigrationandsettlementarewell-documented.InDutyBoundeshesoutthelivesofordinarypeopleinUpperCanadaandclarieshowseveralbranchesofgovernmentworkedfororagainsttheinterestsofthepopula-tion.J.K.JohnsonisprofessoremeritusofhistoryatCarletonUniversityandtheauthorofBecomingProminentRegionalLeadershipinUpperCanada17911841.SirWilfridLaurierfamouslyclaimedthatthetwentiethcenturywouldbeCanadascenturyandindeeditsopeningdecadewitnessedremarkableterri-torialdemographicandsocialtransformations.Yetthelivesofthosewholivedandlabouredtofashionthesechangesremainlargelyhiddenfromhis-toricalview.TheDawnofCanadasCenturypresentscloseandsystematicinterpretationsofeverydaylivesbasedontherstnationalsampleofthe1911census.WrittenbymanyofCanadasleadinghistoricalresearchersTheDawnofCanadasCenturydemonstratesthewide-rangingandrevealingsocialhis-toriesmadepossiblebythenewCanadianCenturyResearchInfrastructureaninnovativedatabaseofnationalsamplesofdecennialcensusmicrodatafrom1911through1951.Thisrevealingcollectionshedsnewlightontopicsincludingidentityandlanguagethesocio-demographyofaboriginalpopula-tionsnationallabourmarketdynamicsearningsdistributionssocialmobil-itygenderandimmigrationexperiencesandthetechnologiesofcensustaking.Situatingearlytwentieth-centuryCanadawithininternationalhistoricalpopulationstudiestheseessaysprovidenewwaystounderstandindividualslivesandconnectthemtolargerstructuralchanges.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.GordonDarrochisprofessoremeritusofsociologyatYorkUniversity.34MQUPFALL2013CANADIANHISTORYCANADIANHISTORYSOCIOLOGYSPECIFICATIONSDecember2013978-0-7735-4278-532.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4277-8100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9304ppElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSJanuary2014978-0-7735-4252-5100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9496pp12bwphotos22maps92tables35diagramsElectroniceditionavailableInDutyBoundMenWomenandtheStateinUpperCanada17831841j.k.johnsonAnexplorationofstaterecordsandtheforgottenpeopleofUpperCanada.TheDawnofCanadasCenturyHiddenHistorieseditedbygordondarrochAnilluminatinglookatthepeoplewhohelpedshapethetwentiethcenturyinCanada. Atthedawnofthelastcenturyashiftindirectionemergedamongeducationpolicy-makersinSaskatchewan.Priorto1905theterritoriesthatwouldbecomeSaskatchewanandAlbertamaintainedaschoolsystemlargelymod-elledafterOntariosBritish-inspiredsystem.Between1905and1937how-everthesharedgeographyandcultureofthecontinentalplainsthatspantheborderbetweentheUnitedStatesandCanadabecametheprimaryinuenceoneducationintheCanadianprairies.InBorderCrossingsKerryAlcornexaminesSaskatchewansembraceofthecultureoffarmerrevoltandpopulistandprogressivedemocraticthoughtthatoriginatedsouthoftheborder.HearguesthatasaconsequenceSask-atchewaneducationdevelopedinresistancetoeasternCanadianformswitheducationpolicymakerssomebroughtinfromtheUnitedStatescon-sciouslylookingtotheirsouthernneighboursfordirectionindevelopingeducationalmodels.AlcornsdetailedportraitofUniversityofSaskatchewanpresidentWalterC.MurrayandhisWisconsinIdeafurtherhighlighttheinuenceofthenorth-southaxis.AchallengetostandardhistoriesofCanadianeducationBorderCross-ingsencapsulatesthedevelopmentofthemeaningpracticeandlanguageofSaskatchewaneducationintheearlytwentiethcentury.KerryAlcornisanindependentscholarwhohasworkedfortheSaskatoonPublicSchoolDivisionforovertwenty-veyears.Methodistsinnineteenth-centuryOntarioandQuebeclikeallBritishsub-jectsexistedassatellitesofaninuentialempire.TransatlanticMethodistsuncovershowtheMethodistministryandlaityinthesecolonieswhethertheywereBritishAmericanornative-borncametodenethemselvesastransplantedBritonsandWesleyansinresponsetotheirchangingoftencontentiousrelationshipwiththeWesleyanMethodistChurchinBritain.RevisingthenationalistframeworkthathasdominatedmuchofthescholarshiponMethodismincentralCanadaToddWebbarguesthatatransatlanticperspectiveisnecessarytounderstandtheprocessofculturalformationamongnineteenth-centuryMethodists.HeshowsthattheWes-leyanMethodistsinBritainplayedakeyroleindeterminingtheidentitiesoftheircolonialcounterpartsthroughdisputesoverthemeaningofpoliticalloyaltyhowMethodismshouldbegovernedwhoshouldcontrolchurchnancesandthenatureandvalueofreligiousrevivalism.AtthesametimeMethodistsinOntarioandQuebecthreatenedtodisrupttheWesleyanMethodistChurchinBritainandhelpedtotriggerthelargestdivisioninitshistory.MethodistsonbothsidesoftheAtlanticshapedandwereshapedbythelargerBritishworldinwhichtheylived.DrawingoninsightsfromnewresearchinBritishAtlanticandimperialhistoryTransatlanticMethodistsisacomprehensivestudyofhowthenineteenth-centuryBritishworldoperatedandofMethodismsplacewithinit.ToddWebbisassistantprofessorofhistoryatLaurentianUniversity.35MQUPFALL2013EDUCATIONCANADIANHISTORYCANADIANHISTORYRELIGIOUSHISTORYSPECIFICATIONSNovember2013978-0-7735-4288-432.95ACDN32.95AUS22.99paper978-0-7735-4287-7100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9232ppElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensStudiesintheHistoryofReligionDecember2013978-0-7735-4204-485.00SCDN85.00SUS66.00cloth6x9248ppElectroniceditionavailableBorderCrossingsUSCultureandEducationinSaskatchewan19051937kerryalcornAprovocativesynthesisthatchallengesprevioushistoriesofSaskatchewansearlydevelopmentandevolvingeducationsystem.TransatlanticMethodistsBritishWesleyanismandtheFormationofanEvangelicalCultureinNineteenth-CenturyOntarioandQuebectoddwebbHowMethodisminnineteenth-centurycentralCanadabecameBritish. InAmericanProtestantTheologyLuigiGiussanitracesthehistoryofthemostmeaningfultheologicalexpressionsandtheculturalsignicanceofAmericanProtestantismfromitsoriginsinseventeenth-centuryPuritanismtothe1950s.GiussaniclariesandassesseselementsofProtestantismsuchasthedem-ocraticapproachtoChurch-StaterelationsTheGreatAwakeningCalvin-ismandTrinitarianismandliberalism.HisrichreferencesandanalyticaldescriptionsreconstructanoverviewofthedevelopmentofareligionthathasgreatimportanceinthecontextofspirituallifeandAmericanculture.HealsodisplaysfullrespectforthereligiousdepthfromwhichProtestantismwasbornandwhereitcanreachandexpressesgreatadmirationforitsmostprominentthinkersandspiritualleadersincludingJonathanEdwardsHo-raceBushnellWalterRauschenbuschReinholdNiebuhrandPaulTillich.FurthertestamenttoGiussanisclear-mindedandcomprehensiveknowl-edgeofChristianityAmericanProtestantTheologymakestheworkofamastertheologianavailableinEnglishforthersttime.MonsignorLuigiGiussani19222005wasthefounderoftheCatholiclaymovementCommunionandLiberationinItaly.HisworksareavailableinovertwentylanguagesandincludethetrilogyTheReligiousSenseAttheOriginoftheChristianClaimandWhytheChurchaswellasthethreevolumesofIsItPossibletoLiveThisWayAsUkrainestrugglestonditsnationalidentitymodernUkrainianPagansofferanalternativevisionoftheUkrainiannation.Drawinginspirationfromthespirituallifeofpastmillenniatheystrivetoreturntothepre-Christianrootsoftheirancestors.SinceChristianitydominatesthespiritualdiscourseinUkrainePagansaremarginalizedandtheirideasareperceivedasradical.InTheReturnofAncestralGodsMariyaLesivexploresPaganbeliefsandpracticesinUkraineandamongsttheNorthAmericanUkrainiandias-pora.DrawingonintensiveeldworkarchivaldocumentsandpublishedsourcesnotavailableinEnglishsheallowsthevoicesofPaganstobeheard.PaganisminSlaviccountriesisheavilychargedwithethno-nationalistpoli-ticsandpreviousscholarshiphasmainlyfocusedonthisaspect.LesivndsitimportanttoconsidernotonlyhowPaganismispreachedbutalsothewaythatitisunderstoodonaprivatelevel.SheshowsthatmanyUkrainiansembracePaganismbecauseofitsaestheticaspectsratherthanitsassociatedpoliticsanddiscussestherolethataestheticsmayplayinthefurtherdevelop-mentofUkrainianPaganism.PaganisminEasternEuroperemainsunderrepresentedwithinPaganstudiesandthisworkhelpstollthatgap.ExtensivecomparativereferencestovariousformsofWesternPaganismallowsEnglish-speakingreaderstobetterunderstandtheworldofUkrainianPagans.MariyaLesivisassistantprofessoroffolkloreatMemorialUniversityofNewfoundland.36MQUPFALL2013RELIGIOUSSTUDIESRELIGIOUSSTUDIESSLAVICSTUDIESSPECIFICATIONSSeptember2013978-0-7735-4197-9100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9288ppElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensStudiesintheHistoryofReligionOctober2013978-0-7735-4262-465.00SCDN65.00SUS45.00cloth6x9264pp20bwphotosElectroniceditionavailableAmericanProtestantTheologyAHistoricalSketchluigigiussaniTranslatedbySandroChiericiForewordbyArchibaldJ.SpencerAmericanProtestantismfromtheperspectiveofarenownedRomanCatholicpriesteducatorandpublicintellectual.TheReturnofAncestralGodsModernUkrainianPaganismasanAlternativeVisionforaNationmariyalesivHowsocio-politicalturmoilhasinspiredanewreligiousmovementbasedontheimaginedpast. WhentheUniversityofChicagowasfoundedin1892itestablishedtherstsociologydepartmentintheUnitedStates.Thedepartmentgrewrapidlyinreputationandinuenceandbythe1920sgraduatesofitsprogramwereheadingnewlyformedsociologyprogramsacrossthecountryanddetermin-ingthedirectionofthedisciplineanditsfutureresearch.Theirwayofthink-ingaboutsocialrelationsrevolutionizedthesocialsciencesbyemphasizinganempiricalapproachtoresearchinsteadofthemorephilosophicalarm-chairperspectivethatpreviouslyprevailedinAmericansociology.TheChicagoSchoolDiasporapresentsworkbyCanadianandinterna-tionalscholarswhoidentifywithwhattheyunderstandastheChicagoSchooltradition.Broadlyspeakingmanyofthescholarsafliatedwithso-ciologyatChicagounderstoodhumanbehaviourtobedeterminedbysocialstructuresandenvironmentalfactorsratherthanpersonalandbiologicalcharacteristics.Contributorshighlightkeythinkersandepistemologicalis-suesassociatedwiththeChicagoSchoolaswellascontemporaryempiricalresearch.OfferinginnovativeoriginaltheoreticalexplanationsforthediversityandbreadthofitsscholarlytraditionsTheChicagoSchoolDiasporaoffersafreshapproachtotheideastopicsandapproachesassociatedwiththeoriginsofNorthAmericansociology.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.JacquelineLowisaprofessorintheDepartmentofSociologyattheUniversityofNewBrunswick.GaryBowdenisanassociateprofessorintheDepartmentofSociologyattheUniversityofNewBrunswick.HistorianshavesuggestedthatScottishinuencesaremorepervasiveinNewZealandthaninanyothercountryoutsideScotlandyetcuriouslyNewZealandsScotsmigrantshavepreviouslyattractedonlylimitedattention.AthoroughandinterdisciplinaryworkUnpackingtheKistsistherstin-depthstudyofNewZealandsScotsmigrantsandtheirimpactonanevolvingsettlersociety.TheauthorsestablishthedimensionsofScottishmigrationtoNewZealandtheprincipalsourceareasthemigrantsdemographiccharacteris-ticsandwheretheysettledinthenewland.Drawingfromextendedcase-studiestheyexaminehowmigrantsadaptedtotheirnewenvironmentandtheextentoflongevityindiverseareasincludingtheeconomyreligionpoli-ticseducationandfolkways.Theyalsolookattheprivateworldsoffamilyneighbourhoodcommunitycustomsofeverydaylifeandleisurepursuitsandexpressionsofbothhighandlowformsoftransplantedculture.Addingtointernationalscholarshiponmigrationsandculturaladapta-tionsUnpackingtheKistsdemonstratesthehistoriccontributionsScotsmadetoNewZealandculturebyretainingtheirethnicconnectionsandatthesametimeinteractingwithotherethnicgroups.BradPattersonwasformerlydirectoroftheIrish-ScottishstudiesprogramattheVictoriaUniversityofWellington.TomBrookingisprofessorofhistoryattheUniversityofOtago.JimMcAloonisassociateprofessorofhistoryattheVictoriaUniversityofWellington.37MQUPFALL2013SOCIOLOGYHISTORYSPECIFICATIONSDecember2013978-0-7735-4266-239.95ACDN39.95AUS27.99paper978-0-7735-4265-5100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9360ppElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensStudiesinEthnicHistoryNovember2013978-0-7735-4190-0100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9472pp6maps24tables7diagramsElectroniceditionavailableWorldrightsexceptNewZealandTheChicagoSchoolDiasporaEpistemologyandSubstanceeditedbyjacquelinelowandgarybowdenAcollectionofinnovativeessaysfromleadingscholarsintheChicagoSchooltraditionofsociology.UnpackingtheKistsTheScotsinNewZealandbradpattersontombrookingjimmcaloonAnanalysisofthescaleandimpactofScottishmigrationtoBritainsmostdistantnineteenth-centurycolony. Explainingthecuriouslegaldoctrineofcover-tureWilliamBlackstonefamouslydeclaredthatbymarriagehusbandandwifeareonepersonatlaw.Thiscoveringofawifeslegalidentitybyherhusbandmeantthatthegreatestsubordina-tionofwomentomendevelopedwithinmarriage.InEnglandanditscoloniesgenerationsofjudgeslegislatorsandhusbandsinvokedcoverturetolimitmarriedwomensrightsandpropertybuttherewasnomonolithicconceptofcovertureandtheirjusticationsshiftedtotchangingtimesWerehusbandandwifelordandsubjectMasterandservantGuardianandwardOronepersonatlawTheessaysinMarriedWomenandtheLawoffernewinsightsintothelegaleffectsofmar-riageforwomenfrommedievaltomoderntimes.FocusingontheyearspriortothepassageoftheDivorceActsandMarriedWomensPropertyActsinthelatenineteenthcenturycontributorsexam-ineavarietyofjurisdictionsinthecommonlawworldfromcivilcourtstoecclesiasticalandcrim-inalcourts.Bybringingtogetherstudiesofseveralcommonlawjurisdictionsoveraspanofcen-turiestheyshowhowsimilarlegalrulespersistedanddevelopedindifferentenvironments.Thisvol-umerevealsnotonlylegalchangesandthewomenwhocreativelyusedorsubvertedcover-turebutalsoastonishingcontinuities.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.TimStrettonisprofessorofhistoryatSaintMarysUniversityandafellowoftheRoyalHistoricalSociety.KristaJ.KesselringisprofessorofhistoryandgenderandwomensstudiesatDalhousieUniversity.38MQUPFALL2013BRITISHHISTORYLEGALHISTORYMarriedWomenandtheLawCovertureinEnglandandtheCommonLawWorldeditedbytimstrettonandkristaj.kesselringInquiriesintohowlawshapedtheeffectsofmarriageforgenerationsofwomen.SPECIFICATIONSDecember2013978-0-7735-4297-632.95ACDN32.95AUS22.99paper978-0-7735-4292-1100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9328pp6illustrationsElectroniceditionavailable IntherstmodernbiographyofLordManseld17051793NormanPoserdetailstheturbulentpoliticallifeofeighteenth-centuryBritainsmostpowerfuljudgeservingaschiefjusticeforanun-precedentedthirty-twoyears.HislegaldecisionslaunchedEnglandonthepathtoabolishingslav-eryandtheslavetrademodernizedcommerciallawinwaysthathelpedestablishBritainastheworldsleadingindustrialandtradingnationandhisvigorousoppositiontotheAmericancolonistsstokedRevolutionaryres.AlthoughhisfatherandbrotherwereJacobiterebelsloyaltothedeposedKingJamesIIMans-eldwasabletorisethroughEnglishsocietytobecomeamemberofitsrulingaristocracyandacondentialadvisortotwokings.PosersetsManseldsrulingsinhistoricalcontextwhiledelvingintoManseldscirclewhichincludedpoetsAlexanderPopedescribedhimashiscountrysprideartistsactorsclergymennoblemenandwomenandpoliticians.Stillcele-bratedforhisapplicationofcommonsenseandmoralvaluestotheformalandcomplicatedEng-lishcommonlawsystemManseldbroughtapracticalandhumanisticapproachtothelaw.HisdecisionscontinuetoinuencethelegalsystemsofCanadaBritainandtheUnitedStatestoanextentunmatchedbyanyjudgeofthepast.AnilluminatingaccountofoneofthegreatestlegalmindsLordManseldpresentsavibrantlookatBritainsAgeofReasonthroughoneofitscentralgures.NormanS.PoserisprofessoremeritusatBrooklynLawSchool.39MQUPFALL2013LordManseldJusticeintheAgeofReasonnormans.poserThelifeandtimesofthegreateighteenth-centuryjudgeandstatesmanwhoselegacycontinuestoinuenceAnglo-Americanlawandsociety.BIOGRAPHYBRITISHLEGALHISTORYSPECIFICATIONSSeptember2013978-0-7735-4183-239.95TCDN39.95TUS27.99cloth6.125x9.25432pp20illustrationsElectroniceditionavailable Aestheticsisaeldstillrootedinanunderstandingofauniedprocesswheresmallnumbersofpeopleproducecommodifyandconsumeobjectscalledart.DisuniedAestheticsdeconstructstheliteraryobjectbyinvok-ingthecriticsstancetowardthewrittenworkswithwhichtheyengage.LynetteHuntersperformativeexplorationsprovideadistinctlydifferentwayofunderstandingcontemporarycreativeprocesses.DisuniedAestheticstakesuptwenty-rst-centuryaestheticsthroughaninvestigationofrecentCanadianwriting.Thebookisbothaseriesofinsightsintoliteratureandpoeticsofthelasttwodecadesandastoryaboutmovingfromatraditionalviewoftherelationbetweentheartistartanditsreceptiontoamoreradicallydemocraticviewofaestheticsandethics.HunteraddressesarangeofCanadianwomenswritingaswellasclosestudiesoftheworkofRobertKroetschLeeMaracleNicoleBrossardFrankDaveyAliceMunroDaphneMarlattandbpNichol.DisuniedAestheticsisacreativechallengingandoriginalinvestigationoftextualityperformanceandaestheticsbyaleadingandinnovativescholar.LynetteHunterisDistinguishedProfessoroftheHistoryofRhetoricandPerformanceattheUniversityofCaliforniaDavis.TakingitstitlefromapoembyPrinceEdwardIslandpoetAnneComptonIntheIntervaloftheWaveisaclosestudyofdiarieswrittenbyPrinceEdwardIslandwomeninthenineteenthandearlytwentiethcenturies.WomenfrombothruralandurbanregionsoftheIslandrecordedtheirlivesinagenrethatallowedthemtoplaywiththeconventionsofthelan-guagetheyknew.ForbusyfarmwivestheirquotidianlanguagesyntaxandchoiceoftopicappearsimplewhereasfortheurbanelitelikeMargaretGrayLordandWandaWyatttheeruditionoftheirdiariessuggestsamoreleisuredexistence.MaryMcDonald-RissanenarguesthattheinitialreceptionofthetextitsphysicalappearancehandwritinggapsandoodofwordsprovidesinsightsforunderstandingthecircumstancesofPrinceEdwardIslandwomenfromtimespast.Intertextualreadingsofthediariesalongsideotherculturalartifactssuchaspaintingshistoriesfolkstoriesandsongsembellishtheidiosyncraticdiarydiscourse.Diariesenabledwomentowritetheirvoicescreateasubjectiveidentityandredenetheirplaceintheworld.IntheIntervaloftheWaveexposesliveslivedandrecordedinaspecialmomentandplaceneverfarfromtherhythmofthesea.MaryMcDonald-RissanenwasbornandbroughtupinPrinceEdwardIslandandlivesinFinlandwheresheteachesEnglishlecturesandconductsresearchonlanguageandliterature.40MQUPFALL2013CANADIANLITERATUREPERFORMANCESTUDIESLITERARYCRITICISMWOMENSSTUDIESSPECIFICATIONSJanuary2014978-0-7735-4186-339.95ACDN39.95AUS27.99paper978-0-7735-4185-6100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9288pp6bwphotos2drawings19diagrams13tablesElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSDecember2013978-0-7735-4212-995.00SCDN95.00SUS74.00cloth6x9304pp9bwphotosElectroniceditionavailableDisuniedAestheticsSituatedTextualityPerformativityCollaborationlynettehunterConnectingprintedtextwithperformancethisexplorationofrecentCanadianwritingcritiquescriticismandliteratureandplaysprovocativelywiththepage.IntheIntervaloftheWavePrinceEdwardIslandWomensNineteenth-andEarlyTwentieth-CenturyLifeWritingmarymcdonald-rissanenCapturingthehiddenhistoriesofPrinceEdwardIslandwomenintheirhandwrittenpages. ShortlybeforeVladimirNabokovdiedin1977heleftinstructionsthatthedraftforhislastnovelTheOriginalofLaurabedestroyed.Butin2008DmitriNabokovthewritersonlychildandsolesurvivingheircontravenedhisfatherswishes.FormedfromnovelisticfragmentsthathadbeenhiddenfromthepubliceyeforthreedecadesTheOriginalofLauraisaconstruc-tionbasedontheconjectureoftheNabokovestatepublishersandscholars.ShadesofLaurareturnstothesceneofthecrimeelucidatingtheprocessofpublishingNabokovsunnishednovelfromitsconceptionthereproductionof138handwrittenindexcardstothesimultaneouspublica-tionoftranslationsofthenaltextinseverallanguages.Theessaysinthiscollectioninvestigatetheeventofpublicationandreconstitutethebookscrit-icalreceptionreproducingaselectionofsomeofthemostsalientreviews.CriticscondemnedDmitrischoicebutascontributorstothisvolumeattesttherearemanymoreshadesandnuancestohisdecision.Thebookalsoendeavourstoallowreaderstounderstandandevaluateanincompletenovelcontributorsanalyzeitsplotstructureimageryandmotifs.PublishedafterprolongedpublicdebateVladimirNabokovsTheOrigi-nalofLaurawasdubbedthemosteagerlyawaitedliterarynovelofthisedglingcentury.Coveringthepublicationfromabroadspectrumofper-spectivesthiscollectionreassessestheNabokovcanonandtherootsofhisliteraryprestige.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.YuriLevingisprofessorofRussianstudiesatDalhousieUniversity.AmidcompetingclaimsaboutwhorstdevelopedthetheoriesandpracticesthatbecameknownasNewCriticismthecriticalmethodthatrosealong-sideModernismliteraryhistorianshavegenerallygiventhelionsshareofcredittoWilliamEmpsonandI.A.Richards.InTheBirthofNewCriticismDonaldChildschallengesthisconsensusandprovidesanewandauthorita-tivenarrativeofthemovementsorigins.AtthecentrestandRobertGravesandLauraRidingtwopoet-criticswhohavebeenwrittenoutofthehistoryofNewCriticism.Childsbringstolightthelong-forgottenearlycriticismofGravestodetailthewaysinwhichhisinterpretivemethodsandideasevolvedintothepracticeofcloseread-ingdemonstratingthatGravesplayedsuchafundamentalpartinformingbothEmpsonsandRichardsscriticalthinkingthatthestoryoftwentieth-centuryliterarycriticismmustbere-evaluatedandre-told.ChildsalsoexaminestheimportantinuencethatRidingsworkhadonGravesEmp-sonandRichardsestablishingtheimportanceofthislong-neglectedthinkerandcritic.AprovocativeandcogentlyarguedworkTheBirthofNewCriticismisbothanimportantintellectualhistoryofthemovementandasharplyobservedaccountoftheculturalpoliticsofitsbeginningsandlegacy.DonaldJ.ChildsisaprofessorofEnglishliteratureattheUniversityofOttawa.HeistheauthorofT.S.EliotMysticSonandLover.41MQUPFALL2013LITERARYCRITICISMSLAVICSTUDIESLITERARYSTUDIESSPECIFICATIONSNovember2013978-0-7735-4264-829.95ACDN29.95AUS20.99paper978-0-7735-4263-1100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9296pp10bwphotosElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSDecember2013978-0-7735-4211-2100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9384ppElectroniceditionavailableShadesofLauraVladimirNabokovsLastNovelTheOriginalofLauraeditedbyyurilevingUnderstandingNabokovsoeuvrethroughadetailedlookattheposthumouspublicationofhisunrealizednovel.TheBirthofNewCriticismConictandConciliationintheEarlyWorkofWilliamEmpsonI.A.RichardsRobertGravesandLauraRidingdonaldj.childsAgroundbreakingaccountoftheoriginsofthetwentiethcenturysmostinuentialmethodforstudyingpoetry. WhileThomasJamesisnotwidelyknowntodaythiswasnotalwaysthecasehis1633publicationTheStrangeandDangerousVoyageofCaptaineThomasJameswasuntiltheearlynineteenthcenturytheBritishpublicsprimarysourceofinformationaboutwhatwenowknowasnorthernCanada.TheaccountofhisattempttondtheNorthwestPassageandthewinterhespentonanislandinJamesBaymadehisnamesynonymouswithexplorationandthenorth.OverthecenturiesJamessnarrativewasusedtocompiletravelbooksandtocomposephilosophicaltreatiseshistorieschildrensbooksaswellaspoetryandnovelsmostnotablyitinuencedSamuelTaylorColeridgesTheRimeoftheAncientMarinerandMaryShelleysFrankenstein.ColleenFranklinscriticaleditionoftheVoyageistherstsince1894.Herintroduc-tiondetailshowJamesengageswithbothmedievalandearlymodernpercep-tionsofthenorthaswellastheearlymodernimperativetobaseknowledgeonobservationandexperienceandoffersahistoryofthetextsreceptionfromitsrstpublicationintothenineteenthcentury.AninvaluablereferenceontheearlyEuropeanexplorationofNorthAmericaTheStrangeandDangerousVoyageofCaptaineThomasJamesshedsnewlightontherepresentationoftheCanadiannorth.ColleenM.FranklinisadjunctprofessorintheDepartmentofReligiousStudiesandtheDepartmentofEnglishatLaurentianUniversity.InhisexplorationofwordmeaningWalterHirtleexaminesanimportantandcontroversialtopicinlexicalsemanticspolysemythecapacityofwordstomanifestarangeofdifferentmeaningswhenemployedindifferentcontexts.BuildingontheworkofFrenchlinguistGustaveGuillaumeMakingSenseoutofMeaningisaspeaker-orientedstudythatdescribeshowspeakersformwordmeaningandnotasinothertheorieshowlistenersinterpretthemeaningofwhattheyhear.Hirtledevelopsageneralmodelofthewaysinwhichwordsandwordmeaningmayberealizedindiscoursecontextsandaddressessuchissuesasthedemarcationofpolysemyandmonosemymetaphoricalmeaningpartsofspeechandtheconceptofconversionorzeroderivation.BringingtogetherbothlexicalandgrammaticalcomponentsHirtleshowsthatdistinctlexicalsensescanbeobservedandtheirrelationscanbeunderstoodbyfocusingonspeakersuseofverbsandnouns.AmethodicalandthoughtfulworkMakingSenseoutofMeaningsituatesitscentralquestionbyrecallingtraditionalviewsoflanguagesrelationtothoughtandarguesformeaningasavalidobjectofscienticinquiry.WalterHirtleisaretiredprofessoroflinguisticsatUniversitLavalandtheauthorofLanguageintheMindAnIntroductiontoGuillaumesTheoryandLessonsontheNounPhraseinEnglishFromRepresentationtoReference.42MQUPFALL2013LITERATUREEXPLORATIONSTUDIESLINGUISTICSSPECIFICATIONSNovember2013978-0-7735-4192-4100.00SCDN100.00SUS77.00cloth6x9360pp8illustrations1mapElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSNovember2013978-0-7735-4205-1110.00SCDN110SUS85.00cloth6x9224ppElectroniceditionavailableTheStrangeandDangerousVoyageofCaptaineThomasJamesACriticalEditioneditedbycolleenm.franklinAcriticaleditionoftheseventeenth-centuryexplorationnarrativethathelpedtoshapetherepresentationoftheCanadiannorth.MakingSenseoutofMeaningAnEssayinLexicalSemanticswalterhirtleExploringtheuniverseofmeaningandhowitenablesustoputthoughtsandexperiencesintowords. 43MQUPFALL2013EDUCATIONCANADIANHISTORYIMMIGRATIONSTUDIESPUBLICPOLICYCANADIANHISTORYHEALTHSTUDIESSPECIFICATIONSAugust2013978-0-7735-4046-032.95AUS22.99paper6x9248ppElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSSeptember2013978-0-7735-4042-232.95AUS22.99paper6x9408ppElectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensAssociatedMedicalServicesStudiesintheHistoryofMedicineHealthandSocietySeptember2013978-0-7735-4040829.95AUS20.99paper6x9208ppElectroniceditionavailablenewinpaperTheIdeaofPopularSchoolinginUpperCanadaPrintCulturePublicDiscourseandtheDemandforEducationanthonydimascioAstudyofthepopularmovementandpoliticalagitationforeducationalreforminUpperCanada.newinpaperTheFluorsparMinesofNewfoundlandTheirHistoryandtheEpidemicofRadiationLungCancerjohnr.martinAsocialandoccupationalhealthhistoryoftheStLawrenceuorsparmines.newinpaperLegislatedInequalityTemporaryLabourMigrationinCanadaeditedbypattitamaralenardandchristinestraehleAtimelyanalysisofCanadiantemporarylabourmigrationpolicies.InTheIdeaofPopularSchoolinginUpperCanadaAnthonyDiMascioanalyzesdebatesabouteducationintheburgeoningprintcultureofthelateeighteenthandearlynineteenthcenturies.InithendsthatawidespreadmovementforpopularschoolinginUpperCanadabeganinearnestfromthetimeofthecolonysrstLoyalistsettlers.RevivingthevoicesofUpperCanadasearliestschooladvocatesDiMasciorevealsthelivelypublicdiscussionabouttheneedforacommonsystemofschoolingforallthecolonyschildren.Despitedifferentandoftencon-tentiousopinionsonthemeansandendsofschoolingtherewaswidespreadagreementaboutitsneedbythe1830swhenthedebatewasnolongeraboutwhetherapopularsystemofschoolingwasdesirablebutaboutwhatkindsofschoolswouldbeestablished.ThemakingofeducationallegislationinUpperCanadawasaprocessinwhichmanyinhabitantsbothinsideandoutsideofgovernmentparticipated.TheIdeaofPopularSchoolinginUpperCanadaistherstfullsurveyofschoolinginCanadatofocusonthepre-1840periodandhowitframedpolicydebatesthatcontinuetothepresentday.AnthonyDiMascioisassistantprofessorintheSchoolofEducationatBishopsUniversity.HistoricallyCanadahasadoptedimmigrationpoliciesfocusedonadmittingmigrantswhowereexpectedtobecomecitizens.AdramaticshifthasoccurredinrecentyearsasthenumberoftemporarylabourersadmittedtoCanadahasincreasedsubstantially.LegislatedInequalitycriticallyevaluatesthisradicaldevelopmentinCanadianimmigrationarguingthatitthreatenstoundermineCanadassuccessasanimmigrantnation.AssessingeachofthefourmajortemporarylabourmigrationprogramsinCanadacontributorsfromarangeofdisciplinesincludingcomparativepoliticalsciencephilosophyandsociologyshowhowtemporarymigrantsareposedtooccupyapermanentyetmarginalstatusinsocietyandarguethatCanadastemporarylabourpolicymustundergofundamentalchangesinordertosupportCanadaslongheldimmigrationgoals.Thedifcultworkingconditionsfacedbymigrantworkersaswellastheeconomicandsocialdangersofrelyingontemporarymigrationtorelievelabourshortagesaredescribedindetail.LegislatedInequalityprovidesanessentialcriticalanalysisofthefailingsoftemporarylabourmigrationprogramsinCanadaandproposestangiblewaystoimprovethelivesoflabourers.PattiTamaraLenardisassistantprofessorGraduateSchoolofPublicandInternationalAffairsUniversityofOttawa.ChristineStraehleisassistantprofessorGraduateSchoolofPublicandInternationalAffairsUniversityofOttawa.Intheearly1930sarichdepositofuorsparamineralusedintheproductionofaluminumsteelnon-stickcoat-ingsandreretardantclothingwasdiscoveredonthesoutherntipofNewfoundland.Twomineswereestab-lishedandbymid-centuryweremajoremployersinStLawrence.Inthe1950sphysicianCyrilWalshnoticedamarkedincreaseincasesofcancerintheminers.Bythelate1960snearlytwentypercentofStLawrencehouse-holdshadlostafamilymembertolungcancer.JohnMartintellsthehistoryofNewfoundlandsuorsparminesfromtheirfoundingtothelastshipmentofuorsparin1990anddeclarationofbankruptcyayearlater.Hefocusesonthehealthhazardsexperiencedbytheminersandhowtheminingcompaniesworkersgovern-mentsandhealthservicescametotermswiththeunfold-inghumantragedy.Healsocoverssuchmattersastheimprovementofmethodsfordustquanticationandradi-ationsurveillanceintheminesbattlesforcompensationandtheinuenceoftheStLawrencecaseonthedevelop-mentoflabourlawintheprovince.Martinscompellinghistorytakesonnewsignicanceastheminesaresettoreopenwiththesupportoftheprovincialgovernmentandrenewedcondenceinthecommunityduetomodernventilationtechnologyandvigilantmonitoring.JohnR.MartinaretiredphysicianandprofessorofmedicineatMemorialUniversitywaschiefoccupationalmedicalofcerfortheProvinceofNewfoundland19841992. 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