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Thelargestandmostpervasiveofhumanarti-factslandscapesarebothculturalexpressionsandenvironmentsthatshapeouractions.Play-groundscemeteriesmemorialshistoricsitespublicsquaresgardensindustrialrehabilitationsiteswildnationalparksandmanicuredurbanparksprovidethesettingsforworkrecreationcommercememorializationandmourningandshapetheexperienceandmeaningoftheseactivi-tiesinCanada.Intherstcriticalhistoryofde-signedlandscapesinourcountryRonWilliamsapproacheslandscapearchitectureasasocialartthatcreatesplacesforpeopletouseandasanenvironmentalartthroughwhichpractitionersactasstewardsofthenaturalworld.LandscapeArchitectureinCanadaprovidesadetailedpanoramaoftheman-madelandscapesthatvaryaswidelyasthecountrysgeography.Thebookprolestheprojectsandpeoplethatdenedlandscapearchitectureilluminatingthemotivationsandaspirationsthatdrovelandscapearchitectsandexplainingtheintellectualclimateinwhichtheyworked.WilliamscastsawidenetandexaminesthevariedtraditionsandimpactsofCanadasrstpeoplesitsearlycolonistslaterimmigrantcommunitiestheremarkableland-scapeinnovationsofnineteenth-centuryindustrialcitiesaswellasagriculturallandscapesandtheprotectednaturalenvironmentsofnationalparks.Healsoshowshowstimulatingnewideasfromrecentdecadeshaveexpandedlandscapearchitec-tureandopenedthedoortoprojectsthatembodyadistinctiveCanadianapproachreectingthesocialandnaturaldiversityofcontemporarysocietyanditsresponsestorapidchange.ThoroughlyresearchedpracticallyorientedandgroundedinthecountrysmanyregionsLandscapeArchitectureinCanadaisarichlyillustratedandaffectingnarrativeofthewaysinwhichwehaveshapedourenvironmentandaninimitablelensthroughwhichtoviewthestoryofCanada.BeautifullywrittenandorganizedLandscapeArchitectureinCanadamakesamajorcontribu-tiontolandscapearchitectureanditsrelatedeldsarchitectureplanninggeographyarthistoryenvironmentalhistoryandenvironmentalstudies.ArstofitskindthisbookisamustforallCanadianlandscapearchitectsandtheirstudents.SusanHerringtonSchoolofArchitectureandLandscapeArchitectureUniversityofBritishColumbiaRonWilliamsalongtimeprofessorandformerdirectoroftheSchoolofLandscapeArchitectureattheUniversitdeMontralisapractisingarchitectandlandscapearchitect.1MQUPSPRING2014LANDSCAPEARCHITECTURECANADIANHISTORYLandscapeArchitectureinCanadaronwilliamsAgroundbreakinghistoryofthedevelopmentofdesignedlandscapesinCanada.SPECIFICATIONSMay2014978-0-7735-4206-865.00TCDN65.00TUS41.00cloth8.125x10664pp354imagesfullcolourthroughout InthenalyearsofthenineteenthcenturyTorontoarchitectsstartedtoconsiderhowtheircitythroughprogressivearchitectureandurbanplanningcouldbemademodern.MakingTorontoModernconstructsTorontosarchitecturalpasttocreateacompellingnarrativeofhownewideasaboutmodernismweredebatedreceivedandembodiedinnewbuildings.Throughacloseexaminationofpoliticalde-batesarchitecturaljournalsandhomedesignmagazinesChristopherArmstrongdescribesthecompetingmotivationsandidealsthatinuencedthewaysinwhichthecitywasbuilt.HeshowshowradicalarchitecturalideasfromEuropebegantoinuenceTorontoarchitectsandplan-nersinthe1920sbutthatthecitysresidentsprovedcautiouslyconservativeaboutmodernism.Itwasnotuntiltheprosperous1950sthattheModernMovementgainedwideracceptancethroughtheworkofanewgenerationofpracti-tionersandbythetimeViljoRevellsdramaticNewCityHallopenedin1965itwasclearthatpopularattitudeshadundergonesignicantchange.ThebookprolesmajorpublicbuildingsuniversitycommissionscommercialbuildingsandarangeofresidentialarchitecturefromthehomesofthecitysrichestbusinessmenintheearlytwentiethcenturytomodernistworkssuchastheBetelHorneandFraserresidencessixtyyearslater.ExtensivelyillustratedwithperiodphotographsmanypreviouslyunpublishedthisbroadoverviewllsamajorgapinTorontosarchitecturalhistory.AreminderofwhatisatstakeinthereceptionofnewarchitectureandthefactorsthatshapethedevelopmentofcontemporaryarchitectureMakingTorontoModerniscriticaltounderstand-inghowTorontonianscametoseethemselvesaslivinginaworld-classcityattunedtotheavant-garde.MakingTorontoModernprovidesanengagingdescriptionofprofessionalandpublicdebateonarchitectureandurbandesign.ThedepthandcomprehensivenessofChristopherArmstrongsresearchrepresentsasubstantivecontributiontotheexistingliteratureonTorontoandtoCanadianarchitecturalhistorygenerally.RhodriWindsor-LiscombeDepartmentofArtHistoryVisualArtandTheoryUniversityofBritishColumbiaChristopherArmstrongisprofessoremeritusofhistoryatYorkUniversity.2MQUPSPRING2014ARCHITECTUREURBANHISTORYMakingTorontoModernArchitectureandDesign18951975christopherarmstrongThestoryofmodernarchitectureinToronto.SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensBeaverbrookCanadianFoundationStudiesinArtHistoryMay2014978-0-7735-4349-260.00TCDN60.00TUS38.00cloth7x9.75448pp280photos InCounterfeitCrimeeconomisthistorianandcriminologistR.T.Naylordissectsthecostseconomicsocialandpoliticaloftheseeminglynever-endingwarsonthegrosslyexaggeratedmenacesofCrimeandTerrorandhowmostthingspoliticiansdotocombatthemmakemattersworseforthepublicandthepublicgood.Heexplainshowthepost-WorldWarIIwelfarestatewithitscommitmenttobuildingpublicinfrastructuremaintainingsocialsecurityandprovidingaccessi-bleeducationgavewaytothemodernexecutivestatewithitsfocusonguaranteeingcorporatewelfaredroppingbombsoncountriestooweaktoghtbackandmanipulatingthethoughtsandactionsofpopulationskeptinlinebythecarrotofglitzytoysandthestickofever-heavierlegalsanctions.Hedissectshowthecanonsoffree-marketfundamentalismbackedbythecannonsofstatepowerpavedtheroadtowardasoftformoftotalitarianismwhichmarchhandinhandwithmillennialChristianityandamilitary-security-industrialcomplexinsearchfornewmostlyimaginaryenemies.CounterfeitCrimeissavageinitscritiqueofthepoliticalandjudicialstatusquoandoutragedataneconomyrifewithcorruption.CounterfeitCrimerepresentstheculminationofNaylorslongcareerasaresearcherdevotedtode-bunkingcommonlyacceptedtruths.Thetopicscoveredcontinuetodriveourvariousgovern-mentspoliciesandthefactthatNaylorhasbeenactivelyengagedinthesetopicsforoverfortyyearsbringsanunmatchedhistoricalperspectivetothekeyissues.MargaretBeareOsgoodeHallLawSchoolandDepartmentofSociologyYorkUniversityR.T.NaylorisprofessorofeconomicsatMcGillUniversity.HisbooksincludeHotMoneyandthePoliticsofDebtPatriotsandProteersWagesofCrimeSatanicPursesandCrassStruggle.PraiseforCrassStruggleCrassStruggleisimpressiveforitscomprehensive-nessatestamenttothetwo-plusdecadesNaylorhasspentresearchingandwritingaboutinterna-tionalblackmarkets.CanadianDimensionThroughacollectionofpoignantsometimesdramaticauthentictalesNaylorenableshisreaderstopeerintothesoulofglobalizationanditisnotaprettysight.Counterpunch3MQUPSPRING2014ECONOMICSCURRENTAFFAIRSCounterfeitCrimeCriminalProtsTerrorDollarsandNonsenser.t.naylorAscathingcritiqueofgovernmentpoliciesontransnationalcrimeandterror.SPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4346-129.95TCDN29.95TUS19.99cloth6x9312ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableALSOBYTHEAUTHORCrassStruggleGreedGlitzandGluttonyinaWanna-HaveWorld978-0-7735-4172-619.95paper NancyTurnerhasstudiedIndigenouspeoplesknowledgeofplantsandenvironmentsinnorth-westernNorthAmericaforoverfortyyears.InAncientPathwaysAncestralKnowledgesheintegratesherresearchintoatwo-volumeethnobotanicaltour-de-force.DrawingoninformationsharedbyIndigenousbotanicalexpertsandcollaboratorstheethno-graphicandhistoricalrecordandfromlinguisticspalaeobotanyarchaeologyphytogeographyandothereldsTurnerweavestogetheracomplexunderstandingofthetraditionsofuseandmanagementofplantresourcesinthisvastregion.ShefollowsIndigenousinhabitantsovertimeandthroughspaceshowinghowtheyactivelyparticipatedintheirenvironmentsmanagedandcultivatedvaluedplantresourcesandmaintainedkeyhabitatsthatsupportedtheirdynamiccul-turesforthousandsofyearsaswellashowknowledgewaspassedonfromgenerationtogenera-tionandfromonecommunitytoanother.TounderstandthevaluesandperspectivesthathaveguidedIndigenousethnobotanicalknowledgeandpracticesTurnerlooksbeyondthedetailsofindividualplantspeciesandtheirusestodeterminetheoverallpatternsandprocessesoftheirdevelopmentapplicationandadaptation.AncientPathwaysAncestralKnowledgebothchallengesandcontributestoexistingknowledgeofIndigenouspeopleslandstewardshipwhilepreservinginformationthatmightotherwisehavebeenlost.Providingnewandcaptivatinginsightsintotheanthropogenicsystemsofnorth-westernNorthAmericaitwillstandasanauthoritativereferenceworkandcontributetoafullerunderstandingoftheinteractionsbetweenculturesandecologicalsystems.NancyJ.TurnerisDistinguishedProfessorandHakaiProfessorinEthnoecologyintheSchoolofEnvironmentalStudiesattheUniversityofVictoria.4MQUPSPRING2014ECOLOGYNATIVESTUDIESAncientPathwaysAncestralKnowledgeEthnobotanyandEcologicalWisdomofIndigenousPeoplesofNorthwesternNorthAmericanancyj.turnerVolume1TheHistoryandPracticeofIndigenousPlantKnowledgeVolume2ThePlaceandMeaningofPlantsinIndigenousCulturesandWorldviewsHowknowledgeofplantsandenvironmentshasbeenappliedandsharedovercenturiesandmillenniabyIndigenouspeoples.Thismagisterialworkexploringthedeepabidingandever-evolvingrelationshipsbetweenplantsandindigenouspeoplesismonumentalinitsscopeanddepth.ItisauthoritativeaccessiblefullofwonderfulanecdotesandstoriesandwillinterestscholarsofNorthAmericananthropologygeographybotanyandecologyaswellasgeneralreaders.ThomasF.ThorntonEnvironmentalChangeInstituteUniversityofOxford Volume1presentsahistoricaloverviewofethnobotonicalknowledgeintheregionbeforeandafterEuropeancontact.ThewaysinwhichIndigenouspeoplesusedandinter-actedwithplantsfornutritiontechnolo-giesandmedicineareexamined.Drawingconnectionsbetweensimilaritiesacrosslan-guagesTurnercomparesthenamesofover250plantspeciesinmorethanftyIndige-nouslanguagesanddialectstodemonstratetheprominenceofcertainplantsinvariousculturesandthesharingofgoodsandideasbetweenpeoples.Shealsoexaminestheef-fectsthatintroducedspeciesandcolonialismhadontheregionsIndigenouspeoplesandtheirecologies.SPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4380-5100.00TCDN100.00TUS75.00cloth6x91056pp95bwimagesSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableVolume2providesasweepingaccountofhowIndigenousorganizationalsystemsde-velopedtofacilitatetheharvestinguseandcultivationofplantstoestablisheconomicconnectionsacrosslinguisticandculturalbordersandtopreserveandmanagere-sourcesandhabitats.Turnerdescribestheworldviewsandphilosophiesthatemergedfromtheinteractionsbetweenpeoplesandplantsandhowtheseunderstandingsareex-pressedthroughculturesstoriesandnarra-tives.Finallysheexploresthewaysinwhichbotanicalandecologicalknowledgecanbeandarebeingmaintainedaslivingadaptivesystemsthatpromotehealthyculturesenvi-ronmentsandindigenousplantpopulations. Campaignsarecentraltothepracticeofmoderndemocracyandintegraltopoliticalparticipationinthetwenty-rstcentury.InWinningPowerTomFlanagandrawsondecadesofexperienceteachingpoliticalscienceandmanagingpoliticalcampaignstoinformreadersaboutwhatgoesonbehindthescenes.Whilethegoalofpoliticalcampaigningusingpersuasiontobuildawinningcoalitionremainsconstantthemeansofachievingthatgoalareal-wayschanging.Flanagandissectstheeffectsofre-centchangesinnancialregulationandgrassrootsfundraisingtheadventofthepermanentcam-paignaswellastheincreaseinnegativeadver-tising.HepullsthesethemestogethertoshowhowtacticsareemployedatspecicpointsinacampaignbyprovidingarsthandaccountofhismanagementoftheWildrosePartycampaigninAlbertas2012provincialelection.Liftingtheveilofcampaignsecrecyheprovidesacandidaccountofthesuccessesandmistakesthenewlyformedpartymadeinanelectionthatnearlytoppledthefour-decade-longdynastyofAlbertasProgressiveConservatives.Modelingitscampaignonthe2006campaignthatbroughtStephenHarperto24SussexDriveWildrosecombinedgrassrootsfundraisinganinnovativeplatformthatreachedouttoitselectoralcoalitionacarefullyscriptedleaderstouraswellasnegativeandpositivead-vertisingintheracetowardsleadership.Successforthepartyseemedwithinreachuntilbreak-downsinmessagedisciplineinthecampaignsnalweekcausedtheWildrosetidetoebb.CitingdiversesourcessuchasgametheoryevolutionarypsychologyandAristotelianrheto-ricFlanaganexploresthetimelessaspectsofcampaigningandemphasizesnewstrategiesofcoalition-building.ForfuturecampaignersWinningPowerprovidestextbookillustrationsofwhatdoesanddoesntwork.TomFlanaganisDistinguishedFellowintheSchoolofPublicPolicyattheUniversityofCalgary.FormerdirectorofresearchfortheReformPartyandformercampaignmanagerforStephenHarpersConservativePartyheistheauthorofHarpersTeamBehindtheScenesintheConservativeRisetoPower.6MQUPSPRING2014POLITICALSCIENCEWinningPowerCanadianCampaigningintheTwenty-FirstCenturytomflanaganHowmoneyandtechnologyarechangingCanadianpoliticalcampaigns.SPECIFICATIONSMarch2014978-0-7735-4331-734.95TCDN34.95AUS22.99cloth6x9248pp6diagramsSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable Arst-handlookintothebackroomsofthecon-servativemovementinCanada14DaysprovidesinsightsintohowtherecenthistoryoftheCanadianrighthasinuencedtheConservativegovernmentoverthepasttwodecades.BruceCarsonhavingworkedincloseproximitytomanyConservativeleadersdescribesaseriesofimportantmomentsinthedisintegrationre-integrationandeventualrepeatedelectoralsuccessofthemodernConser-vativePartyformedfromitsProgressiveConservativeforebears.CarsonrecountshowdecisionsaremadeandcommunicatedhowissuesaremanagedandpoliciesaredevelopedunderHarpersleadership.CrucialmomentsintheConservativesrisetopowerfromthedevastatingresultsofthe1993electiontothegrowthoftheReformPartyanditselectionasOfcialOppositionthroughthepartiesmergerleadershipdecisionsconventionsandelectionsasminorityandmajoritygovern-mentsandmostrecentlytheConservativePartyasmajoritygovernmentholderinCanadaarepresentedfromthepointofviewofanoutspokenwitnessandactiveparticipant.CarsoncandidlysharesinformationonthegovernmentsapproachestoAfghandetaineestheCadmanandSchreiberaffairsthe2008constitutionalcrisisandworld-widerecessionthedevelopmentoftheirrstbudgetandthedeterminationofthetenetsofHarpersapproachtofederalism.Ararebehind-the-scenesaccountoftheHarperConservativesfromoppositiontogovern-ment14Daysprovidesavividportrayalofallparticipantsandwillbeeagerlyreadbyanyoneinterestedinthegovernmentsinnercircle.BruceCarsonformerdirectoroftheCanadianSchoolofEnergyandEnvironmentattheUniver-sityofCalgarywasasenioraideandadvisortoStephenHarperfrom2004to2009.7MQUPSPRING2014POLITICALSCIENCEPOLITICALHISTORY14DaysMakingtheConservativeMovementinCanadabrucecarsonAnanalysisoftheHarpergovernmentbylookingbackatfourteenimportantdaysfrom1993to2013.SPECIFICATIONSMay2014978-0-7735-4351-534.95TCDN34.95TUS22.99cloth6x9280pp14bwphotosSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable MarcShellattendedMountRoyalHighSchoolmrhsinMontrealsshelteredTownofMountRoyalsuburbfrom1960to64yearsthatcorre-spondedwithQuebecsQuietRevolutionandwiththebroaderinternationalculturalrevolutionofthedecade.InTheLastClassShellrecountstheexperi-encesandthesignicanceofthisnalcohortofstudentsraisedundertheoldeducationalandpoliticalorderinQuebecbeforetheimpactofsocialandinstitutionalchangestransformedQuebecsocietyingeneralanditsEnglish-languagecommunityinparticular.ThebookisacollectiveaccountinwhichShellcombinestheexperienceandmemoriesofhisfellowstudentstheirpersonalreminiscencesalongwithhisown.ThestorymovesbeyondmemoirintoamorecomplexandnuancedtreatmentoftheidentityofEnglish-QuebecersinthepostwarperiodonewhichthroughcloseattentiontothedynamicsofpersonandplaceleadsreaderstoquestioncategoriesthathavehithertomarkedagooddealofcommentaryaboutthecultureofEnglish-speakingQuebec.Shellshowsnotonlyhowsoci-etychangedintheseyearsbutalsoitsenduringeffectsmanyclassmatesfrommrhswentontoleaveMontrealbecomingtherstwaveofalarge-scaleEnglish-languageexodusfromQuebeconeofthelargestvoluntaryurbandispersionsinworldhistory.Acollectivememoirofadolescenceatasigni-canttimeinthehistoryofQuebecandCanadaandinthewiderhistoryofNorthAmericaTheLastClassopensawindowontotheexperiencesofananglophonecommunitycomingtotermswithQuebecsQuietRevolutionandtheghtforlibertyandequality.MarcShellisIrvingBabbittProfessorofComparativeLiteratureatHarvardUniversity.8MQUPSPRING2014MEMOIRTheLastClassComingofAgeintheQuietRevolutionmarcshellAcollectivebiographyofadolescenceduringthemostradicaldecadeofthetwentiethcentury.SPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4318-829.95TCDN29.95TUS19.99cloth6x9200pp42bwphotosSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable TheonlyrivaltoHarrisonMcCainsentrepreneurialsuccesswashisdeepat-tachmenttohisMaritimeroots.FromMcCainsbeginningsinFlorencevilleNewBrunswicktheearlymentorshiphereceivedfromK.C.IrvingtotheglobalsuccessofMcCainFoodsDonaldSavoiepresentsacandidbiographyofoneofthemostfamousanddown-to-earthguresinCanadianbusinesshistory.SavoiealongtimefriendtoMcCaindescribesadrivencharismaticandenergeticmanwhohadakeenwitandadeepcommitmenttohisbusinessandhometown.ThroughunprecedentedaccesstoMcCainspapersandinterviewswithfamilymembersfriendsandcolleaguesSavoiedetailsthedecisionsthatMcCainmadealongsidehisbrotherandbusinesspartnerWallaceMcCainfromthecompanyshumblebeginningstoitsexpansioninEuropeAustraliaIndiaandChina.McCainsawthepotentialofglobaliza-tionbeforeothersdid.DespiteconictbetweenthebrothersandtheeventualfractureoftheirpartnershipSavoiepresentstheMcCainsdedicationassoimmersedinthedevelopmentoftheircompanythattheyhadlittletimeleftforsecond-guessing.AtatimewhenNewBrunswickstrugglestoreinventitselfeconomicallySavoiepointstoformergovernmentpoliciesandprogramsthathelpedthecompanythriveandholdsuptheexampleofHarrisonMcCainwiththehopeofseeingsimilarCanadiansuccessstoriesinthefuture.DonaldJ.SavoieholdstheCanadaResearchChairinPublicAdministrationandGovernanceatlUniversitdeMonctonandistheauthorofWhateverHappenedtotheMusicTeacherHowGovernmentDecidesandWhyExpectMiraclesisthepersonalandprofessionalstoryofaleaderintheworldsofbusinessandculture.DavidCulvernarrateshisjourneyfromhisupbringinginMontrealsGoldenSquareMilethroughhisstudiesatMcGillandHarvardhisarmyserviceduringtheSecondWorldWartohisimpres-siveriseatAlcantobecomechairmanandchiefexecutiveofcerofoneofCanadasleadingmultinationalcorporations.ThememoirprovidesaninsidelookintothemanagementofaglobalcompanywithrootsdeeplyplantedinQuebecandofferspragmaticadviceonhowtogrowtalentfostertechnologyandhandleadversityinafar-ungorganization.AnecdotesofmeetingthelikesofMargaretThatcherHenryKissingerandJawaharlalNehrurevealtheexperiencesofastrongcorpo-rateleaderwhocontinuedtoliveaMontreallifewhileneverlosinghisinterestindiscoveringtheworld.AmanofmanyinterestsandtalentsCulverreectsonhislongloveaffairwitharchitectureandhiseffortstorestoreandpreserveMontrealsheritagebycreatingMaisonAlcanandhowmusicandsporthelpedshapehislife.ExpectMiraclesisevidenceofCulverspositiveoutlookandbeliefthatthemostextraordinarythingscanhappenwhenyouleastexpectthem.DavidM.CulveristheformerchairmanandCEOofAlcanAluminium.AlanFreemananativeofMontrealisanOttawa-basedwriterwhohasworkedfortheCanadianPresstheWallStreetJournalandtheGlobeandMail.9MQUPSPRING2014MEMOIRBIOGRAPHYHarrisonMcCainSingle-MindedPurposedonaldj.savoieThestoryofthemanhisrootshisbusinessgeniusandhowhiscompanywentglobalbeforeglobalization.ExpectMiraclesRecollectionsofaLuckyLifedavidm.culverwithalanfreemanAninspiringpersonalmemoirbyoneofCanadasbest-knownbusinessleaders.SPECIFICATIONSFootprintsSeriesJanuary2014978-0-7735-4321-829.95TCDN29.95TUS19.99cloth6x9336pp26bwimagesSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSFootprintsSeriesApril2014978-0-7735-4355-334.95TCDN34.95TUS22.99cloth6x9248pp22bwphotosSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable JanetAjzenstatisoneofCanadasmostrespectedthinkersonthemoralandphilosophicalfounda-tionsofresponsiblegovernmentandConfedera-tion.DiscoveringConfederationisastudyofpoliticalscienceoverthelastfortyyearsthroughtheintellectuallensofhercareer.Ajzenstatdetailsheracademicjourneyfromherearlyyearsasahopefulradicalactivistinthe1960sthroughhergraduatestudiesatMcMasterUniversityandtheUniversityofTorontohercommitmenttotheimportanceofprimarysourcedocumentsandtoherdecades-longteachingca-reer.LearningfromprominentpoliticalthinkerAllanBloomandphilosopherandpoliticalcom-mentatorGeorgeGrantAjzenstatbegantoformherownopinionsaboutparliamentarydemocracyandconstitutionaldebate.Shepresentsherdiscov-eryoftheargumentforparliamentarydemocracyexplaininghowandwhyparliamentarydemoc-racyissufcientsecurityforindividualrights.ThoughsometimesreferredtoasaconservativeAjzenstatshowsthatherworkisadefenceofthepoliticalconstitutionwhichensuresuncon-strainedandcontinuingdeliberationamongstpar-tiesinterestsandphilosophiesofallpoliticalstripes.AcandidandengagingshowcaseofagreatmindatworkDiscoveringConfederationisare-vealingaccountofCanadaspoliticalhistoryandrecentacademiclife.JanetAjzenstatisprofessoremeritusofpoliticalscienceatMcMasterUniversity.10MQUPSPRING2014POLITICALSCIENCEAUTOBIOGRAPHYDiscoveringConfederationACanadiansStoryjanetajzenstatAscholarsappreciationofthemagnicentachievementthatistheCanadianpoliticalconstitution.SPECIFICATIONSFootprintsSeriesApril2014978-0-7735-4324-919.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4323-275.00SCDN75.00SUS56.00cloth5.5x8.5168ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable Partlamentpartprovocativecall-to-actionDemocracyinDeclinechartshowdemocracyisbeingdilutedandrestrictedinveoftheworldsoldestdemocraciestheUnitedStatesCanadatheUnitedKingdomAustraliaandNewZealand.JamesAllantargetsfourmaininterconnectedcausesofdeclinejudicialactivismthetransfor-mationandgrowthofinternationallawthedevel-opmentofsupranationalorganizationsandthepresenceofundemocraticelites.Hepresentsaconvincingargumentthatthesametrendsareoc-curringwhetherthecountryhasaconstitutionalbillofrightsUnitedStatesandCanadaastatu-torybillofrightstheUnitedKingdomandNewZealandornobillofrightsatallAustralia.Identifyingtacticsusedbylawyersjudgesandin-ternationalbureaucratstodenythatanydeclinehasoccurredAllanlooksaheadtofurtherdeteri-orationcausedbyattacksonfreespeechintoler-antworldviewsinternationalizationthroughtreatiesandconventionsandillegalimmigration.SocialandpoliticaldecisionsAllanarguesmustbebasedoncountingeveryadultinanationstateasequal.Anessentialbookforanyonecon-cernedwithmajorityruleandfairnessinnumbersDemocracyinDeclinepresentsaclearwell-statedaccountoftrendsthathavebeenunderminingdemocracyoverthreedecades.JamesAllanisprofessorinthetcBeirneSchoolofLawattheUniversityofQueensland.11MQUPSPRING2014LAWPOLITICALPHILOSOPHYDemocracyinDeclineStepsintheWrongDirectionjamesallanAlamentontheinroadsthatover-powerfuljudgesandinternationallawaremakingintodemocraticdecision-making.SPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4350-829.95TCDN29.95TUS19.99cloth6x9200ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable Canadiansliketoseethemselvesaschampionsofhumanrightsintheinternationalcommunity.ClosertohomehoweverthehumanrightssysteminCanadaparticularlyitspublicinstitutionssuchascommissionsandtribunalshasbeentheobjectofsustaineddebateandvehementcriticismbasedlargelyonwidespreadmythsabouthowitworks.InSpeakingOutonHumanRightsPearlEliadisexplodesthesemythsanalysingtheperva-sivedistortionsanderrorsonwhichtheydepend.Canadashumanrightssystemauniquelegaltraditionoperatingwithinapowerfulmodernconstitutionisafundamentalmechanismforensuringthepracticalapplicationofournationalcommitmenttotoleranceandinclusion.Drawingonin-depthinterviewswithCanadasleadinghumanrightsexpertsandextensiveoriginalre-searchEliadisexplorestheevolutionofcommis-sionsandtribunalsasvehiclesofpublicpolicyandconsiderstheirmandatetomediaterightsconictsinsuchcontestedareasashatespeechreligiousfreedomsandsexuality.SheprovidesafrankassessmentofhowCanadashumanrightssystemfunctionsandarguesthatmisplacedcritiqueshavepreventedurgentandnecessarydiscussionsaboutthereformsthatareneededtoimprovefairnessandequalitybeforethelawandtoensureinstitutionalindependenceimpartialityandcompetence.SpeakingOutonHumanRightsshowshowourhumanrightssystemplaysauniqueandimportantroleintherightsrevolutionbothinCanadaandinternationallyandofferspromisingavenuesforitsfuturedevelopment.TomyknowledgethisistheonlybookofitskindtobepublishedinCanadaandprovidesessentialinformationforbalancedandinformeddiscussionsofhumanrightscommissionsandtribunalsinourcountry.SarahLugtigFacultyofLawUniversityofManitobaPearlEliadisisaMontreal-basedlawyerandlecturer.ShehasworkedwithhumanrightssystemsinsixcountriesincludingCanada.EliadisteachescivillibertiesatMcGillUniversityandispresidentoftheQuebecBarAssociationsAdvisoryCommitteeonHumanRights.12MQUPSPRING2014LAWPOLITICALSCIENCESpeakingOutonHumanRightsDebatingCanadasHumanRightsSystempearleliadisAcriticalanalysisoftherhetoricaboutandrealitysurroundingCanadasmostcontestedadministrativeagencies.SPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4305-829.95TCDN29.95TUS19.99paper978-0-7735-4304-1100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9320pp4tables1diagramSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable NormanBethune18901939wasamanwhohadeverythingandyethadnothing.AlthoughhehadachievedinternationalprominenceasasurgeonhewasunhappyinhispersonallifeanddeeplyfrustratedbyafailedattempttointroducemedicaretoCanada.Anuncompromisinghuman-itarianinsearchofacauseBethunebecameimmersedintheSpanishCivilWar.InBethuneinSpainRoderickStewartandJessMajadarecountBethunesachievementsinSpainandtheeventsthatledtohisdecisiontoassisttheLoyalistforces.ThenarrativecontainsBethuneslettersandreportssomeofthemrepro-ducedhereforthersttimeaswellasnewspaperarticlesandinterviewswithhim.Itcovershiscre-ationandoperationofamobilebloodtransfusionunithisrescueofeeingLoyalistciviliansduringtheMalaga-AlmeriaroadtragedyandhiseffortstoaidchildrenorphanedbytheWar.Italsodealswiththegruellingpublic-speakingtourBethuneundertookonhisreturntoCanadain1937topleadforinterventioninsupportofdemocracyinSpainandtoraiseawarenessofatrocitiescommit-tedagainstciviliansbythefascist-backedSpanishNationalists.IllustratedwithphotographsfromBethunessevenmonthsinSpainBethuneinSpainisapoignantportraitofanearlyadvocateforuniver-salhealthcareanunwaveringcommunistandacrusaderfortheSpanishRepublicancause.RoderickStewartco-authorwithSharonStewartofPhoenixTheLifeofNormanBethuneisawriterandretiredteacherofhistorywholivesinRichmondHillOntario.JessMajadaawriterandretiredteacherofSpanishliteraturelivesnearthecityofMlagainsouthernSpain.13MQUPSPRING2014BIOGRAPHYHISTORYBethuneinSpainroderickstewartandjessmajadaTheSpanishexperienceofadedicateddoctorwithoutborders.SPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4383-629.95TCDN29.95TUS19.99cloth6.25x9.25200pp74bwphotos WhatdoesitmeantobecomeamanintheArctictodayBecomingInummarikfocusesonthelivesoftherstgenerationofmenbornandraisedprimarilyinpermanentsettlements.Forcedtobal-ancethedifcultiesofschoolingjobsandmoneythatareapartofvillagelifewiththeconictingdemandsofoldergenerationsandsubsistencehuntingthesemenstruggletocharttheirlifecourseandbecomeinummariitgenuinepeople.PeterCollingspresentsanaccessibleintelli-genthumorousandsensitiveaccountofInuitmenwhoarenolongeryouthsbutnotyetelders.BasedonovertwentyyearsofresearchconductedinUlukhaktokNorthwestTerritoriesBecomingInummarikisaprofoundandnuancedlookatcontemporaryInuitlifethatshowsnotjustwhatInuitmendobutwhotheyare.CollingsrecountsexperiencesfromhisimmersioninthedailylivesofUlukhaktoksmenfromhuntingandsharingmealstoplayingcardsandgroceryshoppingtodemonstratehowseeminglymundaneactivitiesproviderevelationsaboutcomplexissuessuchassocialrelationshipsstatusandmaturity.HealsoreectsontheethicsofimmersiveanthropologicalresearchthedifcultiesofbalancingprofessionalandpersonalrelationshipswithinformantsandthenatureofknowledgeinInuitculture.BecomingInummarikshowsthatwhileInuitbornintoamodernsocietyseethemselvesasdif-ferentfromtheirparentsgenerationtheiradher-encetotraditionalideasaboutlifeensuresthattheyremainfullyInuitevenastheircommunityhaswitnesseddrasticupheaval.NotsinceJeanBriggsNeverinAngerhasanethnographybeensoopenandhonestwiththetri-alsandtribulationsofconductinganthropologicalresearchinasmallclose-knitcommunityintheNorth.Collingsprovidesdetailsofcommunitylifethatareauthenticintimateandinsightfulhiscandourandclarityindescribingtheeverydaylifeofculturalanthropologistsdoingeldworkispoignantandgripping.EdmundSearlesassociateprofessorofanthropol-ogyBucknellUniversityPeterCollingsisassociateprofessorofanthropol-ogyattheUniversityofFlorida.14MQUPSPRING2014ANTHROPOLOGYNATIVESTUDIESBecomingInummarikMensLivesinanInuitCommunitypetercollingsAcriticallookathowInuitmenbalancetraditionalvaluesandsocialcircumstancestondtheirplaceinthecontemporaryArctic.SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensNativeandNorthernSeriesApril2014978-0-7735-4313-332.95ACDN32.95AUS21.99paper978-0-7735-4312-6100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9432pp3mapsSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable WeoftenthinkofEnglandintermsofShake-spearespreciousstonesetinasilverseasafebehinditswateryrampartswithitsnavalstrengthresistingallinvaders.TotheEnglishofanearlierperiodfromtheeighthtotheeleventhcenturiessuchanotionwouldhaveseemedabsurd.Tothemtheseawasnotadefensivewallbutahigh-waybywhichsuccessivewavesofinvadersar-rivedbringingdestructionandfearintheirwake.DrawingfromawiderangeofsourcesEng-landsMedievalNavy10661509looksatthewaysinwhichEnglishkingsaftertheNormanConquestlearnedtousetheNavyofEnglandatermwhichatthistimeincludedallvesselsRoyalorprivatenomatterwhattheirpurposetoin-creasethesafetyandprosperityofthekingdom.WithinthisnarrativeSusanRosedescribesthedesignandbuildingofshipsandharbourfacili-tiesthedevelopmentofnavigationandshiphan-dlingaswellastheworldoftheEnglishseaman.ComparisonswiththenaviesofEnglandsclosestneighboursparticularlyFranceandScotlandarealsomadewhilenotablebattlessuchasDammeDoverSluysandLaRochelleareincludedtoex-plainthedevelopmentoftacticsandarmsduringtheperiod.AlucidandilluminatingaccountEnglandsMedievalNavy10661509showshowtheunspokenaimofsuccessivemonarchswastobeginbuildingthewallofEnglanditsnavaldefenseswithasuccessthatwouldbecomeapparentinlatercenturies.SusanRoseislecturerinhistoryattheOpenUniversity.ShehaswrittenanumberofbooksonmedievalmaritimehistoryincludingMedievalNavalWarfareTheMedievalSeaandTheWineTradeinMedievalEurope.15MQUPSPRING2014HISTORYNAVALHISTORYEnglandsMedievalNavy10661509ShipsMenandWarfaresusanroseHowBritishnobilitylearnedtousetheseatodefendtheirdominion.SPECIFICATIONSJanuary2014978-0-7735-4322-535.00TCDN35.00TUScloth7.125x10208pp150bwandcolourillustrationsNorthAmericanrights Theresultofovertwenty-veyearsofresearchBeneathFlandersFieldsrevealshowthisintenseundergroundbattlewasfoughtandwon.TheauthorsgivetherstfullaccountofminewarfareinWorldWarIthroughthewordsofthetunnellersthemselvesaswellasplansdrawingsandprevi-ouslyunpublishedarchivalphotographsmanyincolour.BeneathFlandersFieldsalsoshowshowmili-taryminingevolved.Thetunnellersconstructedhundredsofdeepdugoutsthathousedtensofthousandsoftroops.Oftenelectricallylitandven-tilatedthesetunnelsincorporatedheadquarterscookhousessoupkitchenshospitalsdryingroomsandworkshops.AfewdugoutssurvivetodayanalphysicallegacyoftheGreatWarandarepresentedforthersttimeinphotographsinBeneathFlandersFields.BeneathFlandersFieldsliftsthelidonalargelyunknownaspectoftheFirstWorldWarandthroughitsmultilayeredconstructionofwell-craftednarrativeevocativeeyewitnessaccountsphotographsmapsanddiagramscreatesanimportantyardstickinthemarriagebetweenthehistoryandarchaeologyoftheFirstWorldWar.Highlyrecommended.WarinHistoryAnexcellentbookandausefulcontributiontothehistoriographyoftheGreatWar.UniversityofTorontoQuarterlyAfascinatingandbrilliantlyillustratedbookaninvaluableguideforfuturegenerationsofGreatWararchaeologists.TimesHigherEducationSupplementPeterBartonisalmmakerwriterandsecretaryoftheAllPartyParliamentaryWarGravesandBattleeldsHeritageGroup.PeterDoyleisageologistandarchaeologistwhohasstudiedthebattleeldsoftheWesternFrontGallipoliandSalonika.Heisco-secretaryoftheAllPartyParliamentaryWarGravesandBattle-eldsHeritageGroup.JohanVandewalleaformercivilengineerisanexpertonthetunnelsanddugoutsofFlanders.16MQUPSPRING2014MILITARYHISTORYWORLDWARInewinpaperBeneathFlandersFieldsTheTunnellersWar191418peterbartonpeterdoyleandjohanvandewalleForewordbyDesmondMortonThestoryofBritainandGermanyscat-and-mouseminewarfareoneofthemostmisunderstoodmisrepresentedandmystifyingconictsoftheGreatWar.SPECIFICATIONSJanuary2014978-0-7735-4301-039.95TCDN34.95TUSpaper8.5x11304pp210bwphotographs79colourphotographs126illustrationsNorthAmericanrights Historiansandsocialscientistshavelongidenti-edbureaucracyasthemodernstatesfoundationandthereignofFrancesLouisXIVasamodelforitsdevelopment.AWorldofPaperoffersafreshinterpretationofbureaucracythroughacloseexaminationofthedepartmentoftheSunKingslastforeignsecretaryJean-BaptisteColbertdeTorcy.Torcywhoservedasforeignsecretaryfrom16961715iswidelyregardedasoneofthemostbrilliantforeignministersoftheancienrgime.Buildingontheworkofhispredecessorshefash-ionedaskilledteamofcollaboratorsasheman-agedthecomplexissuesofwarandpeaceduringtheturbulentnaldecadesofLouisXIVsreign.JohnRuleandBenTrotterexamineTorcysde-partmenttodepictadministrativestructuresastheyemergedthroughthecirculatingstreamofpaperthatconnectedhisofcewithprovincialad-ministratorsanddiplomatsabroad.TheyexplorethecollectionandcentralizationofinformationduringTorcystenurethroughthecreationofthemodernstatearchivediscreetintelligencegather-ingandthesurveillanceandmanagementoftheFrenchmails.Theyalsostudythepostalcarrierscouriershouseholdofcersoftheroyalcourtge-nealogistshiredforresearchandaninformalbraintrustofexpertsandadvisorswhocarriedvitalinformationinandoutofthedepartmenteveryday.AremarkablereconstructionofthedepartmentofJean-BaptisteColbertdeTorcyAWorldofPaperdemystiesbureaucracyandexploresthewaysinwhichthemoderninformationstatedevelopedfromhislabours.JohnC.Rule19292013wasprofessoremeritusofhistoryattheOhioStateUniversity.BenS.TrotterisadjunctprofessorofhistoryatColumbusStateCommunityCollege.17MQUPSPRING2014FRENCHHISTORYPOLITICALHISTORYAWorldofPaperLouisXIVColbertdeTorcyandtheRiseoftheInformationStatejohnc.ruleandbens.trotterHowtheadministrativepersonnelinLouisXIVsforeignofcedevelopedinnovativestructuresandproceduresformanagingtheowofinformation.SPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4370-649.95TCDN49.95TUS34.00cloth6x9704pp1map38tablesSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable FrontierBoostersisacompellingsocialhistoryofurbanizationandeconomicdevelopmentinthenineteenth-centuryAmericanWest.FocusingonPortTownsendWashingtonandthesurroundingPugetSoundregionElaineNaylorexamineseconomicdevelopmentboosterismandthedynamicsofclassandraceinfrontiersettlement.Inthelate-nineteenthcenturySeattlehadnotyetfullyemergedasthepremiercityofthePacicNorthwestandtheresidentsofPortTownsendhadeveryreasontoimaginetheirtownlocatedattheentrancetoPugetSoundthewaterwayforthetimberresourcesthatdroveWashingtonsfrontiereconomyastheregionsburgeoningmetropolis.Naylorarguesthatthepromotionoflocaleconomicdevelopmentdenedasbooster-ismandcommonlylinkedwithlandspeculatorsinvestorsandbusinessmenwasinfactembracedbyordinaryfrontiercitizens.AssuchaboostermentalitybecameintegratedintoPortTownsendssocialdynamicsshapingthetownsclassandracerelationsspecicallybetweenitsEuro-AmericanNativeAmericanandChinesecommunities.FrontierBoostersilluminatestheimportanceofeconomicdevelopmenttoordinarysettlersandhighlightsthecomplexinterrelationshipbetweenthesocialdynamicsofclassandracewithinthecontextoftheAmericanfrontier.ElaineNaylorisassociateprofessorofhistoryatMountAllisonUniversity.18MQUPSPRING2014AMERICANHISTORYFrontierBoostersPortTownsendandtheCultureofDevelopmentintheAmericanWestelainenaylorAsocialhistoryofboosterismclassandraceontheNorthAmericanfrontier.SPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4367-629.95TCDN29.95TUS19.99cloth6x9304pp22bwphotosSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable TheFightingNewfoundlanderisavividhistoryoftheRoyalNewfoundlandRegimentanditsheroiccontributionstothewareffort.GeraldNicholsondetailstheharrowingexperiencesoftheNewfoundlandRegimentatGal-lipoliandlateratBeaumontHamelwhere710ofthe801ofcerssufferedseriousinjuryordeath.HefollowsthemtotheThirdBattleofYpresandCambraiforwhichtheyweregrantedthetitleRoyaltheonlyarmyunittoreceivesuchadistinctionduringWorldWarI.NicholsonincludesanexplorationofthecolonizationofNewfoundlandanditscontributionstotheWarof1812theAmericanWarofIndepend-enceandtheAmericanCivilWar.TheFightingNewfoundlanderisanillu-minatinghistoryoftheBluePutteesandtheircommunity.Inthismasterfullyconcisehistoryofghtingmenwereadanauthorwhosesplendidtalentstieamatureintellecttoavigorousforthrightstyle.Withalifetimeofpainstakingresearchtodrawontheresultisasensitiveandstir-ringportraitofmeninbattlethatremainsamodelofprecisioninnovationandrigour.ThemeldingofdetaileddescriptionwithrelevantandcompletecontextisahallmarkofNicholsonswork.WarinHistoryColonelGeraldW.L.Nicholson19021980servedwiththePrinceAlbertVolunteers.HeistheauthorofTheCanadiansinItaly19431945andCanadianExpeditionaryForce19141919bothpartoftheofcialhistoryoftheCanadianArmy.FrederickRennieEmerson18951972wasadynamicpresenceinthecul-turalandintellectuallifeofNewfoundlandandLabradorformuchofthetwentiethcentury.AmusicianlawyereducatorandfolkloreenthusiastEmersonwasacentralgureinthepreservationandmediationofNew-foundlandcultureinthetumultuousdecadespriortoandfollowingConfed-erationwithCanadain1949.GlennColtonshowshowEmersonfosteredgreaterawarenessandunder-standingofNewfoundlandsculturalheritageinlocalnationalandinterna-tionalcontexts.HiscollaborationwithsongcollectorMaudKarpelesinthelate1920spreservedsomeofthemostcherishedfolksongsintheEnglishlanguageandadecadelaterhislecturesatMemorialUniversityCollegeem-phasizedfolktraditionsandclassicalrepertoiretoinspireculturaldiscoveryforanentiregeneration.AsNewfoundlandsrepresentativeontherstCanadaCouncilandvice-presidentoftheCanadianFolkMusicSocietyheplayedacrucialroleinshapingCanadianculturalpolicyduringthetransfor-mativeyearsofthemid-twentiethcentury.Coltonalsorevealsthemeaning-fulcreativeworksEmersoncomposedinresponsetothesameculturalheritagehedocumentedandpreservedhisone-actdramaProudKateSulli-van1940isapioneeringdepictionofNewfoundlandlifeandthefolk-in-spiredNewfoundlandRhapsody1964isoneoffewexamplesofsymphonicmusiccomposedbyaNewfoundlanderofhisgeneration.GlennDavidColtonisassociateprofessorofmusicatLakeheadUniversity.19MQUPSPRING2014MILITARYHISTORYreannouncingTheFightingNewfoundlanderNewEditiongeraldw.l.nicholsonwithanintroductionbydavidr.facey-crowtherAmust-readforthecentenaryoftheFirstWorldWar.SPECIFICATIONSCarletonLibrarySeriesMarch2014978-0-7735-3206-937.95TCDNpaper6.75x9.75634pp5fold-outand8regularmaps113bwphotographsSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSMarch2014978-0-7735-4251-839.95TCDN39.95TUS26.99cloth6x9336pp35bwphotos24diagramsofsheetmusic1drawingSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableNewfoundlandRhapsodyFrederickR.EmersonandtheMusicalCultureoftheIslandglenndavidcoltonAnewperspectiveontheculturalheritageofNewfoundlandandLabradortoldthroughthelifeofFrederickR.Emerson.MUSICOLOGYBIOGRAPHY In1960MontrealstockbrokerJohnDobsonlaunchedaninformalinvest-mentclubwithaclosegroupoffriendsandassociatesincludingfutureprimeministerJohnTurner.HisFormulaGrowthFundwouldgoontobe-comeoneofNorthAmericasmostsuccessfulinvestmentfundsconsistentlyoutperformingtheDowJonesIndustrialAverageandattractingthelikesoflegendaryinvestorSirJohnTempleton.WithaforewordbytheRightHonourableDavidJohnstonUpandtotheRighttellsthestorybehindJohnDobsonsinvestmentsuccessaswellashismanycontributionstoentrepreneurialeducation.CraigToomeyprovidesvaluableinsightintohisunconventionalbutdisciplinedinvestmentap-proachhisuncannyabilitytopredictwinningstocksandhisunwaveringfaithinthemarketdespiteitsmanyupsanddowns.BasedoninterviewswithDobsonaswellaswithdozensofmembersofhisextensivenetworkoffriendscolleaguesandinvestmentprofessionalsUpandtotheRightisafascinatingstoryaboutagreatCanadianwhobe-lieveddeeplyinself-relianceandfreeenterpriseaswellasthevalueoffriend-shippursuingonespassionsandtoworkingforthegreatergood.CraigToomeyisafreelancewriterandformerjournalistwiththeCanadianPressandtheMontrealGazette.WhatgoesintomakingalifesuccessfulandwhatdoessuccessmeanIfyouthinkaboutalifeasachemicalequationthentheelementsareobviousfamilyworkpurpose.Thekeyisdiscoveringhowtogetthebalancejustright.InToMakeaDifferenceMontrealentrepreneurandphilanthropistMorrisGoodmanshareshispersonalandprofessionalprescriptionforsuc-cessandenduringhappiness.Bornin1931inMontrealtoUkrainianimmigrantsduringtheworstdaysoftheGreatDepressionGoodmanrecountstheeventsstrategiesandluckybreaksthatledtoathrivingcompanyandalifeofphilanthropicaccomplish-ments.FromhisrstjobasapharmacydeliveryboytohisgraduationfromtheUniversityofMontrealsFacultyofPharmacywhenhehadalreadystartedhisownpharmaceuticalcompanythroughthecrucialmomentsthatcreatedaninternationalbusinessGoodmandepictsstirringaccountsofMontrealsJewishcommunityandthedevelopmentoftheglobalpharmaceu-ticalindustry.Alongthewayhepresentsvividgenerousportraitsofcol-leaguesandbusinesscollaborators.ToMakeaDifferenceisapowerfulrags-to-richesstorybutitisalsomuchmoreitisaheartfeltcandidandinspiringexplorationofwhatmakesourlivesrichwhatwevalueandwhy.MorrisGoodmanaMontreal-basedpharmacistandphilanthropistisco-founderandChairmanofPharmascienceInc.JoelYanofskysmostrecentbookisBadAnimalsAFathersAccidentalEducationinAutism.20MQUPSPRING2014SPECIFICATIONSPublishedfortheJohnDobsonFoundationJanuary2014978-0-7735-4379-929.95TCDN29.95TUS19.99cloth6x9184pp16bwphotosSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSPublishedforPharmascienceInc.March2014978-0-7735-4334-834.95TCDN34.95TUS22.99cloth6x9224pp24pagesofbwphotosSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableUpandtotheRightTheStoryofJohnW.DobsonandHisFormulaGrowthFundcraigtoomeyForewordbytheRightHonourableDavidJohnstonGovernorGeneralofCanadaTherst-everlookatoneofCanadasgreatestgrowthinvestorsandchampionsofentrepreneurship.MEMOIRBIOGRAPHYBUSINESSToMakeaDifferenceAPrescriptionforaGoodLifemorrisgoodmanwithjoelyanofskyAstoryaboutbuildingameaningfullifethroughfamilyworkandcommunity. BuildingNationsfromDiversityexploresthequestionofwhethertheCana-dianmosaichasdifferedfromtheAmericanmeltingpotandprovidesaninformativecomparisonofbothcountrieshistoricalandpresent-daysimilaritiesanddifferences.GarthStevensonexaminestheoriginsofCanadaandtheUnitedStatesandtheirpastexperienceswithincorporatingselectedimmigrantgroupsparticularlyIrishChineseandJews.EstablishingthefoundationalwaysinwhichtheyplacednewgroupswithintheirsocietiesStevensonthenoutlineshowtheUSandCanadiansystemsdevelopedimmigrationpolicyandhan-dleddifferencedetailingtheirtreatmentofenemyaliensduringbothworldwarstheirexperiencewithminoritylanguagesandrecentIslamo-phobia.Healsostudiestheintroductionofmulticulturalismintothelexiconandpolicyofthetwocountriesandpresentsanuancedanalysisofhowitsmeaningisunderstooddifferentlyonoppositesidesoftheborder.AnaccessibleandilluminatingworkBuildingNationsfromDiversityhighlightsthesubstantialdifferencesbetweentheUSandCanadabutultimatelyconcludesthattheyaremoresimilarthanmostrealizeandareprobablybecomingmorealike.GarthStevensonisprofessoremeritusofpoliticalscienceatBrockUniversity.ThirtyyearsagoAnglo-Americanpoliticianssetouttomakethepublicsectorlookliketheprivatesector.Thesereformscontinuetodayultimatelyseekingtoempowerelectedofcialstoshapepoliciesandpushingpublicservantstomanageoperationsinthesamemannerastheirprivate-sectorcounterparts.InWhateverHappenedtotheMusicTeacherDonaldSavoieprovidesanuancedaccountofhowtheCanadianfederalgovernmentmakesdecisions.Savoiearguesthatthetraditionalroleofpublicservantsadvisinggovern-mentsonpolicyhasbeenturnedonitsheadandthatevidence-basedpolicymakingisnolongervaluedasitoncewas.Policymakinghasbecomeamat-terofopinionGooglesearchesfocusgroupsandpublicopinionsurveyswhereawell-connectedlobbyistcanprovideanyanswerspoliticianswishtohear.Asaresultpublicservantshavelosttheirwayandareuncertainabouthowtheyshouldassessmanagementperformancehowtheyshouldgeneratepolicyadvicehowtheyshouldworkwiththeirpoliticalleadersandhowtheyshouldspeaktruthtopoliticalpower.Savoiedemonstrateshowrecentmanagementreformsingovernmenthavecausedasteepriseintheoverheadcostofgovernmentaswellashowthenotionthatpublicadministrationcouldbemadetooperateliketheprivatesectorhasbeenmisguidedandcostlytotaxpayers.WhateverHappenedtotheMusicTeacherisarealisticportrayalofhowpolicydecisionsaremadeandhowactorsandinstitutionsinteractwithoneanotherandexposesthecomplexitiesandcontradictionspresentinCana-dianpoliticsandgovernance.DonaldJ.SavoieholdstheCanadaResearchChairinpublicadministrationandgovernanceattheUniversitdeMonctonandistheauthorofnumerousbooksincludingPowerWhereIsIt21MQUPSPRING2014SPECIFICATIONSJuly2014978-0-7735-4386-729.95ACDN29.95AUS19.99paper978-0-7735-4385-0100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9344ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableBuildingNationsfromDiversityCanadianandAmericanExperienceComparedgarthstevensonAdetailedlookatethnicdiversityimmigrationandmulticulturalismintheUSandCanada.POLITICALSCIENCEIMMIGRATIONSTUDIESnewinpaperWhateverHappenedtotheMusicTeacherHowGovernmentDecidesandWhydonaldj.savoieAninsightfulaccountoftheforcesthatshapeOttawasexpenditurebudgetandtherelationsbetweenpoliticiansandpublicservants.SPECIFICATIONSMarch2014978-0-7735-4373-724.95TCDN24.95AUS16.99paper6x9328ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailablePOLITICALSCIENCEPUBLICADMINISTRATION MybestactionsareaparrotsbrightfeathersinthedarkjungletryingtocatchyoureyewiththecolourandightwhichsaysIamhereandtryingtodowhatsright.DowemaketheuniverseordoesitmakeusInOutsideInsideMichaelPennypositionseachofusatthecentreofthismysterybutlightensthispresumptionwithironyandword-playthatisasentertainingasitisthought-provoking.Thethreehundredshortlinkedpoemsinthiscollectionbeginwithacomplaintabouttheunknowabilityofwhatsoutsideandwhatsinsidebutthenshifttoanengagementwiththeverynatureofthisoutsideinsidedichotomy.Pennythenexploresthemanywaysthequestionarisesforusthroughtravelwindrainsignsladderslandscapethesunthemoonevenparrotfeathersandofcourseinhowweusewordsandndmeaninginthem.Ultimatelythepoemsaskwhetherweconstructwhatsoutsideorwhetherwhatsoutsideconstructsus.PraiseforParticlesParticleshastheeconomyandplayfulnessofe.e.cummingswiththephilosophyanddensityofT.S.EliotinFourQuartets.PrairieFireMichaelPennyhaspreviouslypublishedfourbooksofpoetryincludingParticles.HedivideshistimebetweenBowenIslandandEdmontonwhereheisdirectorofpolicyfortheLawSocietyofAlberta.Tobeabletopryapartthisisobjectthisissubjecteventhoughconfusionbeginshecanbeboth.DifcultthentostandatthemirrorandreectIamthis.ThisiswhatIam.SomeDanceisameditationonstoriestheintersectionofstoriesofthingsmadeupofthingsimaginedandofthingslivedperhaps.Tricksplayedbymemoryscramblingeventsfromlifewithctionareaconstant.RicardoSternbergseeksaxedpointfromwhichtounderstandtheworldbutndsnoresolutionsaveforanotherpoem.Everythingisinuxunstableandleadstounexpectedplacesacommuneinthe1960sadrunkendoctorwhodealsincontrabandapalmreaderaclassroomvisitedbyJesusadanceinadarkenedkitchen.AlivelycollectionthatturnstowardsthecommonplaceclassicalandstrangeSomeDancemasterfullybalancesseriousthoughtbigideasandgoodhumourthroughsurprisingelegantandcolloquialexpressions.ThenarratorsandprotagonistsofSomeDancelivetheirstoriestoatunethatisatoncesmarthumorousgracefulandsad.LikethemusicofthespheresinthetitlepoemSternbergsvoiceismorehumanbecauseitisslightlyoffmodulatingbetweentheformalandthevernacularthesacredandtheprofane.GregKeelerDepartmentofEnglishMontanaStateUniversityRicardoSternbergwasborninBrazilandhaslivedinTorontowherehehastaughtBrazilianliteraturesince1979.22MQUPSPRING2014SPECIFICATIONSTheHughMacLennanPoetrySeriesApril2014978-0-7735-4347-816.95TCDN14.95TUS9.99paper5x7.596ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSTheHughMacLennanPoetrySeriesApril2014978-0-7735-4348-516.95TCDN14.95TUS9.99paper5x7.5112ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSomeDanceRicardoSternbergThisseductivevolumestoneisbittersweet.Engaginglyateasewiththeoccultandthemagicalpalmistrycrystalgazingauspicesprestidigitationitspoemsarenonethelessearthy.TheElizabethBishopofherBrazilianpoemswouldbedelighted.StephenYenserDepartmentofEnglishUCLAPOETRYOutsideInsidemichaelpennyAhumbleadmissionthatwhilewecantknowitallwekeepasking.POETRY AmodernisturbannovelinthetraditionofJamesJoyceAdamBuenosayresisatour-de-forcethatchroniclesBuenosAiresteemingwithlifeinallitscleverandcrassrudeandintelligentforms.EmployingarangeofliterarystylesandavarietyofvoicesLeopoldoMarechalparodiesandcelebratesArgentinasmostbrilliantliteraryandartisticgenerationthemartinerristasofthe1920samongthemJorgeLuisBorges.Firstpublishedin1948duringthepolarizingreignofJuanPernthenovelwashailedbyJulioCortzarasanextraordinaryeventintwentieth-centuryArgentineliterature.Setoverthecourseofthreebreak-neckdaysAdamBuenosayresfollowstheprotagonistthroughanapparentmetaphysi-calawakeningabattleforhissoulfoughtbyangelsanddemonsandadescentthroughaplaceresemblingacomicversionofDanteshell.PresentingbothabreathtakingtranslationandthoroughexplanatorynotesNormanCheadlecapturesthelimitlesslanguageofMarechalsorigi-nalandguidesthereaderalonganunmatchedjourneythroughthecultureofBuenosAires.Thisrst-everEnglishtranslationbringstolightMarechalsmasterworkwithanintroductionoutliningthenovelsimportanceinvariouscontextsArgentineLatinAmericanandworldliteratureandwithnotesilluminatingitsliteraryculturalandhistoricalreferences.LeopoldoMarechal19001970beganhisliterarycareerasapoetintheavant-gardesceneofBuenosAiresinthe1920sandexertedafundamentalinuenceonArgentinepoetryandction.Hewrotemorethantwentybooks.NormanCheadleisassociateprofessorofHispanicstudiesatLaurentianUniversity.ErnestoCardinalandSergioRamrezaretwoofthemostinuentialLatinAmericanintellectualsofthelatetwentiethandearlytwenty-rstcenturies.AddressingNicaraguasstruggleforself-denitionfromdivergentethnicreligiousgenerationalpoliticalandclassbackgroundstheyconstructeddistinctyetcompatiblevisionsofnationalhistoryanchoredinareappraisaloftheearlytwentieth-centuryinsurgentleaderAugustoCsarSandino.DuringtheSandinistaRevolutionof197990CardenalappointedNicaraguasministerofculturebecameoneofthemostprovocativeandinternationallyrecognizedguresofliberationtheologywhileRamrezamemberoftherevolutionaryjuntaandlaterelectedvice-presidentofNicaraguaemergedasanauthoritativegureforthirdworldnationalism.Butbeforeallelsethetwoweregroundbreakingcreativewriters.ThroughaclosereadingoftheworksbyNicaraguasbest-knownandmostprolicmodernauthorsSandinosNationstudiestheconstructionofNicaraguannationalidentityduringthreedistinctperiodsofthecountrysrecenthis-torybeforeduringandafterthe197990revolution.StephenHenighanoffersrigoroustextualanalysesofpoemsmemoirsessaysandnovelsinterwovenwithasharplynarratedhistoryofNicaragua.TheonlycomprehensivestudyofthecareersofCardenalandRamrezSandinosNationisessentialtounderstandingtransformationsinbothNicaraguaandtheroleofthewriterinLatinAmerica.StephenHenighanprofessorofHispanicstudiesattheUniversityofGuelphwasshortlistedfortheGovernorGeneralsAwardfornon-ctionin2002.23MQUPSPRING2014SPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4315-739.95ACDN39.95AUS26.99paper978-0-7735-4314-0125.00SCDN125.00SUS94.00cloth6x9800ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4309-629.95TCDN29.95TUS19.99paper6x9720ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableAdamBuenosayresACriticalEditionleopoldomarechalTranslatedbyNormanCheadlewithSheilaEthierIntroductionandNotesbyNormanCheadleTherst-everEnglishtranslationofArgentinasUlysses.LATINAMERICANSTUDIESWORLDLITERATURESandinosNationErnestoCardenalandSergioRamrezWritingNicaragua19402012stephenhenighanHowtwoofLatinAmericasgreatestwritersdram-atizedNicaraguannationhoodbeforeduringandaftertheSandinistaRevolution.FICTIONLATINAMERICANSTUDIES WhenSasakiSo-kei-anfoundedhisFirstZenInstituteofNorthAmericain1930hesuggestedthatbringingZenBuddhismtoAmericawaslikeholdingalotusagainstarockandwaitingforittosetdownroots.TodayBuddhismispartoftheculturalandreligiousmainstream.FlowersontheRockexaminesthedramaticgrowthofBuddhisminCanadaandquestionssomeoftheunderlyingassumptionsabouthowthistraditionhaschangedintheWest.Usinghistoricalethnographicandbiographicalap-proachescontributorsilluminatelocalexpressionsofBuddhismfoundthroughoutCanadaandrelatethegrowthofBuddhisminCanadatoglobalnet-works.AglobalperspectiveallowsthevolumetoovercomethestereotypethatAsiaandtheWestareinoppositiontoeachotherandrecognizesthecontinuitiesbetweenBuddhistmovementsinAsiaandtheWestthatareshapedbythesameinuencesofmodernityandglobalization.FlowersontheRockstudiesthefascinatingandingeniouschangesinectionsandadapta-tionsthatBuddhistsmakewhentheysetdownrootsinalocalculture.ItisessentialreadingforanyoneinterestedinBuddhismreligiouslifeinCanadaandthebroaderissuesofmulticultural-ismandimmigration.ContributorsincludeMichihiroAmaUniversityofAlaskaD.MitraBaruaUniversityofSaskatchewanPaulCroweSimonFraserUniversityMelissaAnne-MarieCurleyUniversityofIowaMavisFennUniversityofWaterlooKoryGoldbergChamplainCollegeSarahF.HaynesWesternIllinoisUniversityJackieLarmUniversityofEdinburghPaulMcIvorindependentJamesPlaczekUniversityofBritishColumbiaandAngelaSumegiCarletonUniversity.JohnS.HardingisassociateprofessorofEastAsianreligionsattheUniversityofLethbridge.VictorSo-genHoriaformerBuddhistmonkisassociateprofessorofJapanesereligionatMcGillUniversity.AlexanderSoucyisassociateprofessorofreligiousstudiesatSaintMarysUniversity.PraiseforWildGeeseTheeditorshaveassemblednotonlyunquestion-ablythebestsurveyofBuddhisminCanadabutarguablythenewstandardforbooksonBuddhisminallofNorthAmerica.ScholarsofreligioninNorthAmericawillbeusefullyprovokedbythisbook.ScholarsofBuddhismintheWestsimplymustreadit.ReligiousStudiesReview24MQUPSPRING2014RELIGIOUSSTUDIESFlowersontheRockGlobalandLocalBuddhismsinCanadaeditedbyjohns.hardingvictorso-genhoriandalexandersoucyAnalyzingthedramaticgrowthofBuddhisminCanadainglobalandhistoricalcontexts.SPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4338-629.95ACDN29.95AUS19.99paper978-0-7735-4337-9100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9408pp13bwphotosSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableALSOBYTHEAUTHORSWildGeeseBuddhisminCanada978-0-7735-3667-829.95Apaper AsadistinguishedscientistpacistandfeministUrsulaFranklinhasbeenregularlyinvitedbydiversegroupstoshareherinsightsintothesocialandpoliticalimpactsofscienceandtechnology.Thiscollectioncontainstwenty-twoofFranklinsspeechesandveinter-viewsthathavebeenretrievedandrestoredfromaudioandvisualrecordingswiththehelpofhercollaboratorJaneFreeman.Thesespeechesandinter-viewsavailablehereinprintforthersttimestresstheincreasedneedfordiscernmentandprincipleddialogueamongCanadians.AlthoughciviclifeformanyCanadianshaschangeddrasticallyinthepastvedecadesthebasicprinciplesofbuildingandmaintainingpeacefulcommunitiesremainunchanged.AddressingpracticesofeducationresearchandciviclifeFranklinlookstothepastaswellasthefuturetosuggestcollectivewaysofcultivatingdiscernmentandofadvancinghumanbetterment.AsawholethecollectionrevealstheevolutionofFranklinsperspectiveaperspectivethatisfurtherelaboratedinherafterthoughtsthatformthebooksintroductionandconclusion.AlthoughherspeechesandinterviewsareoftencriticalofthestatusquoUrsulaFranklinSpeaksisafundamentallyoptimisticbookgroundedintheconvictionofthehumancapacityforcompassionandunderstanding.UrsulaMartiusFranklinisacompanionoftheOrderofCanadaafellowoftheRoyalSocietyofCanadaprofessoremeritaattheUniversityofTorontoandaseniorfellowofMasseyCollege.SarahJaneFreemanisdirectoroftheOfceofEnglishLanguageandWritingSupportattheUniversityofTorontosSchoolofGraduateStudiesandaseniorfellowofMasseyCollege.DeathTalkaskswhywhenoursocietyhasrejectedeuthanasiaforovertwothousandyearsarewenowconsideringlegalizingitHaseuthanasiabeenpromotedbydeliberatelyconfusingitwithotherethicallyacceptableactsWhatistherelationbetweenpainrelieftreatmentsthatcouldshortenlifeandeuthanasiaHowdojournalisticvaluesandmediaethicsaffectthepublicsperceptionofeuthanasiaWhatimpactwouldthelegalizationofeuthanasiahaveonconceptsofhumanrightshumanresponsibilitiesandhumanethicsInDeathTalkMargaretSomervillearguesthatlegalizingeuthanasiawouldcauseirreparableharmtosocietysvalueofrespectforhumanlifewhichinsecularsocietiesiscarriedprimarilybytheinstitutionsoflawandmedicine.Deathhasalwaysbeenacentralfocusofthediscussionthatweengageinasindividualsandasasocietyinsearchingformeaninginlife.Moreoverweaccommodatetheinevitablerealityofdeathintothelivingofourlivesbydiscussingitthatisthroughdeathtalk.Untilthelasttwentyyearsthisdiscussionoccurredlargelyaspartofthepracticeoforganizedreligion.Todayinindustrializedwesternsocietiestheeuthanasiadebateprovidesacontextforsuchdiscussionandispartofthesearchforanewsocietal-culturalparadigm.SeekingtobalancethedeathtalkarticulatedintheeuthanasiadebatewithlifetalkSomervilleidentiestheveryseriousharmsforindividualsandsocietythatwouldresultfromacceptingeuthanasia.MargaretSomervilleisGaleProfessorofLawprofessorintheFacultyofMedicineandfoundingdirectoroftheMcGillCentreforMedicineEthicsandLawatMcGillUniversity.25MQUPSPRING2014SPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4376-832.95ACDN32.95AUS21.99paper6x9464ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSJuly2014978-0-7735-4387-424.95ACDN24.95AUS16.99paper978-0-7735-4384-3100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9248ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableDeathTalkSecondEditionTheCaseagainstEuthanasiaandPhysician-AssistedSuicidemargaretsomervilleWithanewforewordbytheauthorAreasonedpassionateandwide-rangingenquiryintotheeuthanasiadebateanditsconsequencesforindividualsandsociety.SOCIOLOGYPHILOSOPHYCULTURALSTUDIESTECHNOLOGYUrsulaFranklinSpeaksThoughtsandAfterthoughtsursulamartiusfranklinincollaborationwithsarahjanefreemanEditedbySarahJaneFreemanAwide-rangingcollectionoftalksbyoneofCanadasbest-knownandbest-lovedthinkers. Canadaspolicyofmulticulturalismhasbeentheobjectofongoingdebatesinceitwasrstintroducedin1971.DecadeslaterCanadiansstillseemuncertainaboutthemeaningofmulticulturalism.DetractorsinsistthatgovernmenthasnotsucceededindiscouragingimmigrantsandtheirdescendantsfrompreservingtheirculturesoforiginundercuttinganecessaryidenticationwithCanadawhilesupportersarguethatimmigrantgroupsabilitiestoinuencetheiradjustmentstoCanadahasstrengthenedtheirsenseofbelonging.BeyondwhatoftenseemstobeapolarizeddebateisabroadspectrumofopinionaroundmulticulturalisminCanadaandwhatitmeanstobeCanadian.TheMulticulturalismQuestionanalyzesthepolicyideologyandmessageofmulticulturalism.SeveralofCanadasleadingthinkersprovidevaluableinsightsintoacrucialdebatethatwillinevitablycontinuewellintothefuture.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.JackJedwabisexecutivevice-presidentoftheCanadianInstituteforIdentitiesandMigrationandtheAssociationforCanadianStudies.StephenHarpersConservativegovernmenthasreversedthetrendofitspredecessorsbygivingtheCrownahigherprolethroughroyaltourspubli-cationsandsymbolicinitiatives.BasedonpapersgivenataDiamondJubileeconferenceontheCrownheldinReginain2012CanadaandtheCrownassessesthehistoricalandcontemporaryimportanceofconstitutionalmonarchyinCanada.EstablishedandemergingscholarsconsidertheCanadianCrownfromavarietyofviewpointsincludingthewaysinwhichthemonarchrelatestoQuebecFirstNationsthemediaeducationParliamenttheconstitutionandthemilitary.TheyalsoconsiderarepublicanoptionforCanada.EditorsD.MichaelJacksonandPhilippeLagassprovidecontextfortheessayssummarizeandexpandontheissuesdiscussedbythecontributorsandofferaperspectiveonfurtherstudyoftheCrowninCanada.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.D.MichaelJacksonformerchiefofprotocolofSaskatchewanisco-editorofTheEvolvingCanadianCrown.PhilippeLagassisassociateprofessorintheGraduateSchoolofPublicandInternationalAffairsattheUniversityofOttawa.26MQUPSPRING2014SPECIFICATIONSQueensPolicyStudiesSchoolofPolicyStudiesJanuary2014978-1-55339-422-839.95ACDN39.95AUS26.99paper6x9300ppSPECIFICATIONSQueensPolicyStudiesInstituteofIntergovernmentalRelationsJanuary2014978-1-55339-204-039.95ACDN39.95AUS26.99paper6x9320ppPOLITICALSCIENCETheMulticulturalismQuestionDebatingIdentityin21stCenturyCanadaeditedbyjackjedwabAdetailedanalysisofthemeaningofmulticulturalisminCanada.POLICYSTUDIESCanadaandtheCrownEssaysinConstitutionalMonarchyeditedbyd.michaeljacksonandphilippelagassForewordbytheRightHonourableDavidJohnstonGovernorGeneralofCanadaHistoricalandcontemporaryperspectivesonthemonarchyinCanada. Canadiansaretoldthatprovincialpremierswieldconsiderablesway.Criticsdecrypremiersasautocratsanddictatorswhilesupporterslabelthemasaltruistsandgreatleaders.InNewfoundlandandLabradorthepremierisexpectedtobetheprovincesoverlordapatrioticdefenderofprovincialin-terestsandthedecision-makerwhobrokerscompetingpolicypriorities.ButdoesapremierhaveasmuchpowerovergovernmentpolicydecisionsasispopularlybelievedFirstamongUnequalsadetailedenquiryintotheadministrationofPre-mierDannyWilliamsandtherstyearofhissuccessorKathyDunderdalesuggeststhatthepowerofthepremierisexaggeratedbythemediacriticspoliticalpartiesthepublicserviceandtheleadersthemselves.Withper-spectivesfromeconomicseducationgeographyhealthpolicyhistoryandpoliticalsciencecontributorsexplorehowdominantWilliamswasandtesttheoriestoshowhowpoweroperatesinprovincialgovernments.Theyex-aminepoliticsandgovernmentthroughcasestudiesofthehealthcaresectoreducationthesheriesruralandregionaldevelopmenthydroelectricprojectsandthelabourmarket.FocusingonaneraofpoliticalpopulismandrapideconomicgrowthFirstamongUnequalsreasonsthatthereisnotenoughevidencetosuggestthatthePremiersOfceevenwithsomeonelikeDannyWilliamsatthehelmindependentlyshapespublicpolicy.AlexMarlandisassociateprofessorofpoliticalscienceatMemorialUniversity.MatthewKerbyisassistantprofessorofpoliticalscienceattheUniversityofOttawa.AcriticalexaminationofCanadianregulatorygovernanceandpoliticsoverthepastftyyearsRulesandUnrulinessbuildsonthetheoryandpracticeofrule-makingtoshowwhygovernmentunrulinesstheinabilitytoformrulesandimplementstructuresforcomplianceisendemicandincreasing.AnalyzingregulatorypoliticsandgovernanceinCanadafromthebegin-ningofPierreTrudeauseratoStephenHarpersgovernmenttheauthorspresentacompellingargumentthatcurrentregulationoftheeconomybusi-nessandmarketsarenolongeradequatetoprotectCanadians.Theyexam-inerulesembeddedinpublicspendingprogramsandrulesregardingpoliticalpartiesandparliamentarygovernment.Theyalsolookatregulatorycapital-ismtoelucidatehowCanadaandmostotheradvancedeconomiescanbecharacterizedbyco-governanceandco-regulationbetweengovernmentscorporationsandbusinessinterestgroups.BringingtogetherliteratureonpublicpolicyregulationanddemocracyRulesandUnrulinessistherstmajorstudytoshowhowandwhyincreas-ingunrulinessaffectsnotonlytheregulationofeconomicaffairsbutalsothesocialwelfarestatelawandorderparliamentarydemocracyandthechangingfaceofglobalcapitalism.G.BruceDoernisdistinguishedresearchprofessorintheSchoolofPublicPolicyandAdministrationatCarletonUniversityandprofessoremeritusinthePoliticsDepartmentattheUniversityofExeter.MichaelJ.PrinceisLansdowneProfessorofSocialPolicyintheFacultyofHumanandSocialDevelopmentattheUniversityofVictoria.RichardJ.SchultzisJamesMcGillProfessorofPoliticalScienceatMcGillUniversity.27MQUPSPRING2014SPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4345-429.95ACDN29.95AUS19.99paper978-0-7735-4344-7100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9336pp24gures21tablesSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4333-132.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4332-4100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9344ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailablePUBLICPOLICYPOLITICALSCIENCERulesandUnrulinessCanadianRegulatoryDemocracyGovernanceCapitalismandWelfarismg.brucedoernmichaelj.princeandrichardj.schultzAground-breakingstudyofhowgovernmentsbothregulateandfailtoregulatetheeconomyandsociety.POLITICALSCIENCEPUBLICPOLICYFirstamongUnequalsThePremierPoliticsandPolicyinNewfoundlandandLabradoreditedbyalexmarlandandmatthewkerbyForewordbytheHonourableJohnC.CrosbieHowpoliticalelitesshapepublicpolicyviewedthroughthelensofPremierDannyWilliamsheadline-grabbingtactics. Signicantpublicinvestmentandincreasedaccesstohighereducationleadtoeconomicdevelopmentgovernmentsacrossthepoliticalandideologicalspectrumbelievethisandhavedesignedandimplementedpolicybasedonthisunderstanding.TheDevelopmentofPostsecondaryEducationSystemsinCanadaexamineshowthesepoliciesaffectthestructureandperformanceofpostsecondaryeducation.Theauthorsbeginwithanunderstandingthatinordertoexplaintheroleofpostsecondaryeducationinsocietytheymustlocatesystemicchange.Drawingondocumentaryanalysisandinterviewsthefocusofthecollectionisonhowpolicyprioritiesarereectedinsystembehavioursperform-ancefundingarrangementsdesignandstructuralcomponents.Currenttheoriesabouttheliberal-democraticstateacademiccapitalismandmarke-tizationinformdiscussionsofthechangingroleofhighereducationinaglobalizedknowledgesociety.Theessaysshowhowhighereducationpolicyhasbeendrivenbychangingpoliticalimperativesandexaminesthecontradictionsandunintendedconse-quencesofeducationpolicy.DonaldFisherisprofessorintheDepartmentofEducationalStudiesattheUniversityofBritishColumbia.KjellRubensonisprofessorintheDepartmentofEducationalStudiesattheUniversityofBritishColumbia.TheresaShanahanisassociatedeanResearchandProfessionalDevelopmentattheFacultyofEducationYorkUniversity.ClaudeTrottierisprofessoremeritusintheFacultyofEducationSciencesatUniversitLaval.LiberatingTemporarinessexploresthecomplexwaysinwhichtemporari-nessisbeinginstitutionalizedasaconditionoflifeforagrowingnumberofpeopleworldwide.Thecollectionemphasizescontemporarydevelopmentsbutalsoprovideshistoricalcontextonnation-statemembershipasthefun-damentalmeansforaccessingrightsinaneraofexpandingtemporariness.Throughempiricalandtheoreticalanalysiscontributorsexplorevariousdimensionsoftemporarinessespeciallyasitrelatestothelegalstatusofmi-grantsandrefugeestothespreadofprecariousemploymentandtolimita-tionsonsocialrights.WhilethefocusisonCanadaanumberofchaptersinvestigateandcontrastdevelopmentsinCanadawiththoseinEuropeAustraliaandtheUnitedStates.Togethertheseessaysrevealchangingandenduringtemporarinessatlocalregionalnationaltransnationalandgloballevelsandindifferentdomainssuchashealthcarelanguageprogramsandsecurity.Thequestionattheheartofthiscollectioniswhethertemporarinesscanbeliberatedfromcurrentconstraints.WhilenotdenyingthedesirabilityofpermanenceformigrantsandlabourersLiberatingTemporarinesspresentsalternativepossibilitiesofsecurityandliberation.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.LeahF.VoskoisprofessorofpoliticalscienceandCanadaResearchChairinthePoliticalEconomyofGenderandWorkatYorkUniversity.ValeriePrestonisprofessorofgeographyatYorkUniversityandaformerYorkDirectorforCERISTheOntarioMetropolisCentre.RobertLathamteachesintheDepartmentofPoliticalScienceandPrograminCommunicationandCultureatYorkUniversity.28MQUPSPRING2014SPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4308-939.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4307-2100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9456pp27tables35diagramsSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4382-934.95ACDN34.95AUS22.99paper978-0-7735-4381-2100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9360pp8diagrams2tables1mapSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableLABOURSTUDIESMIGRATIONSTUDIESLiberatingTemporarinessMigrationWorkandCitizenshipinanAgeofInsecurityeditedbyleahf.voskovalerieprestonandrobertlathamAnin-depthandwide-rangingcritiqueandanalysisoftherisingtideoftemporarinessinpoliticalandsociallife.EDUCATIONPOLICYSTUDIESTheDevelopmentofPostsecondaryEducationSystemsinCanadaAComparisonbetweenBritishColumbiaOntarioandQuebec19802010editedbydonaldfisherkjellrubensontheresashanahanandclaudetrottier MainstreamGrowthEconomistsandCapitalTheoristsprovidesahistoricalsurveyandidealintroductiontomoderneconomicsarguingthatduetosig-nicantchangesinrecentyearsare-evaluationisinorder.MarinMuzhanipresentsaninformedstudyofthedebatesregardingeco-nomicgrowthanddevelopmentthatbeganinthe1930sinresponsetotheGreatDepression.Hearguesthatinthewakeofthatcrisisthechallengeforeconomistswastounderstandhowtogeneratestableeconomicgrowthinordertopreventfuturecrises.ThetheoriesofJohnMaynardKeynesinparticularsoughttoexplainthereasonsforunemploymentandrecessionspavingthewayfortheeldofmacroeconomicsandchallengingthebasicpremisesofneoclassicaleconomics.Inthelate1930sand1940seconomistsbegantoextendKeynesideassynthesizingthemwithneoclassicalideasinordertoexplaineconomicgrowth.Thisneoclassicalsynthesiswoulddominatemainstreammacroeconomicthoughtforthenextfortyyearsuntilthemid-1980swiththeintroductionofendogenousgrowththeories.Takingintoaccountthehistoricalbackgroundthemultitudeofinterpre-tationsofmoderngrowthmodelsandthegeographyofmainstreamecono-mistsMainstreamGrowthEconomistsandCapitalTheoristswillsimplifythestructureofgrowththeoryforthenextgenerationofeconomists.MarinMuzhaniteachesatEverestCollegeandhasbeenapost-doctoralvisitingscholarindifferentuniversitiesinEuropeandNorthAmerica.ConictedCommitmentsanalyzesaformofnon-violentdirecttransnationalsolidarityinwhichactivistsfromtheglobalNorthtraveltosupportandprotectpeopleintheglobalSouth.GadaMahrousecontendsthatthisbrandofactivismisacompellingsiteofracializedpowerrelationsandishighlyinstructiveforanuancedunderstandingofsystemsofrace.Mahrousearguesthattheindividualswhopartakeinthisformofac-tivismconsciouslydeploytheirwhitewesternprivilegetooffersupportandprotectiontothosefacingthreatsofviolence.Moreovergiventhatthistypeofactivismassertsitselfasanexemplaryformofanti-racistcommitmentitillustratesthatwell-meaningpracticescaninadvertentlyreproduceracializedpowerstructuresthatareembeddedinimperialandcoloniallegacies.MahrousefocusesonPalestineandIraqinthepost-911eratocontemplatethecontemporarychallengesthattheseregionsposeforsolidarityactivism.ByexploringhowindividualactivistsmanageandnegotiatetheirdominantpositioningintheseencountersMahrousereectsmorebroadlyontheethicsofsocialjusticestrategiesinanincreasinglytransnationalworld.AdetailedstudyoftheracializedcomplexitiesandcontradictionsinherentintransnationalsolidarityactivismConictedCommitmentsmakesasigni-cantcontributiontocriticalraceandfeministstudies.GadaMahrouseisassociateprofessorattheSimonedeBeauvoirInstituteofWomensStudiesatConcordiaUniversity.29MQUPSPRING2014CULTURALSTUDIESINTERNATIONALSTUDIESSPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4364-524.95ACDN24.95AUS16.99paper978-0-7735-4363-895.00SCDN95.00SUS71.00cloth5.5x5.5200ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableConictedCommitmentsRacePrivilegeandPowerinSolidarityActivismgadamahrouseAcriticallookatthepoliticsandparadoxesofraceinhumanitarianefforts.ECONOMICSSPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4366-944.95ACDN44.95AUS29.99paper978-0-7735-4365-2120.00SCDN120.00SUS90.00cloth6x9504pp39diagrams2tablesSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableMainstreamGrowthEconomistsandCapitalTheoristsASurveymarinmuzhaniAnecessaryassessmentofmoderngrowththeorieswithinahistoricalcontext. BylookingattheproblemofcomplicityinpoliticalviolencefromasocialversusalegalperspectiveThePoliticsofConictoffersreadersnewinsightintothewaysinwhichviolenceoperates.TodothisMonicaIngberappliesGillesDeleuzesanalysisofthenovellasofLeopoldSacher-Masochparticu-larlyVenusinFurstothepoliticsofviolenceinIraq.SpecicallyIngberdevelopstheconceptoftransubstantiatoryviolencetothinkthroughtherelationshipbetweensocialcomplicityandpoliticalviolence.ByassessingpoliticsinIraqthroughthelensoftransubstantiatoryviolenceitbecomespossibletoseehowsocialcomplicityvalidateswhatwouldbeotherwiseviewedasillegitimateformsofviolence.Thislegitimiza-tionofviolenceisaddressedthroughtheproblematizationofthemoderncorrelationofsecuritylawandthesocialcontractbyexploringthreekeyareasofsocio-politicsstate-makingandnation-buildingpoliticalmove-mentsandthepopularmilitia.AseriousstudythatmakesimportantcontributionstopoliticalsciencepoliticalphilosophyandconictstudiesThePoliticsofConictdemon-stratesanalternativeviewofviolencethatisprovocativeinitsabilitytodestabilizedominantunderstandingsofregimeviolenceandthecounter-reactionsofoppositionmovements.MonicaIngberisavisitingresearchfellowintheYorkCentreforInterna-tionalandSecurityStudiesatYorkUniversity.Thereisgrowinginternationalresistancetotheoppressivenessofpsychiatry.WhilepreviousstudieshavecritiquedpsychiatryPsychiatryDisruptedgoesbeyondtheorizingwhatiswrongwithittotheorizinghowwemightstopit.Introducingreaderstotheargumentsandrationaleforopposingpsychia-trythebookcombinesperspectivesfromanti-psychiatryandcriticalpsychi-atryactivismmadactivismantiracistcriticalandradicaldisabilitystudiesaswellasfeministMarxistandanarchistthought.Theeditorsandcontrib-utorsareactivistsandacademicsadulteducationandsocialworkprofes-sorspsychologistsprominentleadersinthepsychiatricsurvivormovementandartistsfromacrossCanadaEnglandandtheUnitedStates.Fromchaptersdiscussingfeministoppositiontothemedicalizationofhumanexperiencetothelinksbetweenpsychiatryandneo-liberalismtointernaltensionswithinthevariousmovementsanddifferentidentitiesfromwhichpeopleorganizethecollectiontheorizespsychiatrywhilecontributingtoarangeofscholarshipandpresentingacomprehensiveoverviewofresistancetopsychiatryintheacademyandinthecommunity.AcourageousanthologyPsychiatryDisruptedisatimelyworkthataskscompellingactivistquestionsthatnootherbookintheeldtouches.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.BonnieBurstowisseniorlecturerintheDepartmentofLeadershipHigherandAdultEducationintheOntarioInstituteforStudiesinEducationattheUniversityofToronto.BrendaA.LeFranoisisassociateprofessorintheSchoolofSocialWorkatMemorialUniversity.ShaindlDiamondisacommunityactivistandpsychologistinTorontoOntario.30MQUPSPRING2014SPECIFICATIONSMay2014978-0-7735-4330-029.95ACDN29.95AUS19.99paper978-0-7735-4329-4100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9264ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailablePSYCHOLOGYSOCIALWORKPsychiatryDisruptedTheorizingResistanceandCraftingtheRevolutioneditedbybonnieburstowbrendaa.lefranoisandshaindldiamondPrefacebyKateMilletForewordbyPaulaCaplanAprovocativeargumentagainstconventionalstudydiagnosistreatmentandpreventionofmentalillness.POLITICALSCIENCEINTERNATIONALRELATIONSThePoliticsofConictTransubstantiatoryViolenceinIraqmonicaingberAnewlookatthepoliticsandlegitimationofviolence.SPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4360-732.95ACDN32.95AUS21.99paper978-0-7735-4359-1100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9224ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable Mediaareincorporatedintoourphysicalenvironmentsmoredramaticallythaneverbeforeliterallyopeningupnewspacesofinteractivitythattrans-formtheexperienceofbeinginthecity.Publicgatheringsandmovementeventhecapabilitiesofdemocraticideologyhavebeenredened.UrbanScreensmobilemedianewdigitalmappingsandambientandpervasivemediahaveallcreatednewecologiesincities.HowdoweanalyzethesenewspacesCartographiesofPlacedevelopsnewvocabulariesandmethodologiesforengagingwiththedistinctivesituationsandexperiencescreatedbymediatechnologieswhicharereshapingaugmentingandexpandingurbanspaces.Thebookbuildsupontherichtraditionsandinsightsofapost-wargenera-tionofhumanistscholarsmediatheoristsandurbanplanners.Authorsengagewithdifferenthistoricalandcontemporarycurrentsinurbanstudieswhichshareacommonconcernformediaformseitherasresearchtoolsorasthemeansfordiscerningtheexpressivenatureofcityspacesaroundtheworld.Allofthemediaconsideredherearenotsimplyfreeoatingbutaredeeplyembeddedinthegeopoliticaleconomicandmaterialcontextsinwhichtheyareused.MichaelDarrochisthedirectoroftheinterminusCreativeResearchCollectiveintheSchoolforArtsandCreativeInnovationattheUniversityofWindsor.JanineMarchessaultisCanadaResearchChairinArtDigitalMediaandGlobalizationintheDepartmentofFilmatYorkUniversity.BetweenMay1948andDecember1951Israelreceivedapproximately684000immigrantsfromacrosstheglobe.Thearrivalofsomanyethniclinguisticandculturalgroupstosuchasmallplaceinsuchashorttimewasunprecedentedandthenewcountrywasill-preparedtoabsorbitsnewcitizens.Therstyearsofthestateweremarkedbyastrugglebetweenthereligiousauthoritiesandtheseculargovernmentoverwhowasgoingtocontrolthestate.InFromIndiatoIsraelJosephHodesexaminesIsraelsrstdecadesthroughtheperspectiveofanIndianJewishcommunitytheBeneIsrael.Hedescribeshowacommunityofrelativelyhighstatusandfreefrompersecu-tionundertheBritishRajlefttherecentlyindependentIndiaforfearoflosingstatusonlytoencounterbiasandprejudiceintheirnewcountry.In1960adecisionmadebythereligiousauthoritiestobantheBeneIsraelfrommarryingotherJewsonthegroundsthattheywerenotpureJewssetinmotionacivilrightsstrugglewithfar-reachingimplications.Afteradrawn-outstruggleandunderpressurefromboththegovernmentandthepeopletheBeneIsraelweredeclaredacceptableformarriage.AdetailedlookathowoneimmigrantcommunityfoughttomaintaintheirplacewithinareligionandasocietyFromIndiatoIsraelraisesimpor-tantquestionsaboutthestateofIsraelanditsearlieststrugglestoabsorbthediversityinitsmidst.JosephHodesisavisitingassistantprofessorofMiddleEasternhistoryandJewishstudiesatTulaneUniversity.31MQUPSPRING2014SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensStudiesintheHistoryofReligionApril2014978-0-7735-4340-924.95ACDN24.95AUS16.99paper978-0-7735-4339-3100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9232ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSCultureofCitiesSeriesMarch2014978-0-7735-4303-434.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4302-7100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9304pp7bwphotosSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableCOMMUNICATIONSTUDIESCULTURALSTUDIESJEWISHSTUDIESHISTORYFromIndiatoIsraelIdentityImmigrationandtheStruggleforReligiousEqualityjosephhodesTheexperiencesoftheBeneIsraelcommunityfollowingtheirimmigrationfromIndiatothenewlyformedstateofIsrael.CartographiesofPlaceNavigatingtheUrbaneditedbymichaeldarrochandjaninemarchessaultEngagingwithplaceimageandmediatounderstandthecomplexityofurbanlife. DoesthefactthateverythinghasacauseimplythatalleventsarecausallydeterminedDrawingondiscussionsfromthehistoryofphilosophyJohnBurbidgesCauseforThoughtcapturesthediversedynamicsfoundinphysicschemistrybiologyanimalpsychologyandrationalaction.Ateachlevelformsofactivityemergethatcannotbereducedtothefunctioningofsimplermoreelementarycomponents.Byexploringthelogicofwhathappenswhentwocausalconditionsrecip-rocallyinteractBurbidgedevelopsaconceptofcomplexcauseinwhichanagentgenerateseffectsnotsimplybecauseoftheactionofitsconstituentcomponentsbutalsobecauseofthewaythosecomponentsmutuallysupple-mentandreinforceoneanother.ByextendingthistotheinteractionofagentswiththeirenvironmentBurbidgethrowslightonthestructureoforganismsonthedistinctivecontributionsofconsciousnessandrationalityandonthequestforacomprehensiveexplanationofthecosmos.RecoveringtheforceandlegitimacyofmetaphysicalinquirybyfocusingontheconceptofcauseandcausalityCauseforThoughtoffersanewwayofunderstandingnaturalprocessestheroleofconsciousnessandfreewillandthesignicanceofrationalexplanation.JohnW.BurbidgeisprofessoremeritusinphilosophyatTrentUniversityandauthorofIdeasConceptsandReality.AftertheQuietRevolutiontheCatholicchurchlostitsstrongholdinQuebec.DespitethisdeclineorperhapsbecauseofitcontemporaryCatholicthoughtinQuebecexhibitsaboldcreativity.InTruthandRelevanceGregoryBaumintroducescontextualizesandinterpretsCatholictheologicalwritinginQuebecsincethe1960sandpresentsthisbodyofworkforananglophonereadership.BaumshowshowCatholictheologiansinspiredbytheSecondVaticanCouncil196265uncoveredthesocialmeaningintheChristianmessageallowingthemtoaddressmanyproblemsandconcernsofcontemporarysoci-ety.WithrelianceontheGospeltheysupportedQuebecsnewself-under-standingembraceditsnationalismundercertainconditionsfosteredsocialsolidaritycriticizedtheunregulatedmarketsystemdemandedgenderequal-ityandcalledforrespectofnewreligiousandculturalpluralism.LeavingbehindtheCatholicismofQuebecspastthesetheologiansembracedthehumanisticvaluesofmodernsocietyrecognizingtheirafnitywiththeGospelwhileatthesametimerevealingthedestructivepotentialofmoder-nityitsindividualismutilitarianismrelativismanditslinktoempireandcapitalism.WeavingtogethertheologicalandsociologicalreectionsTruthandRele-vanceisafascinatingaccountofmodernitysecularismandtheevolutionoftheCatholicchurchinQuebec.GregoryBaumisprofessoremeritusintheFacultyofReligiousStudiesatMcGillUniversity.32MQUPSPRING2014PHILOSOPHYCauseforThoughtAnEssayinMetaphysicsjohnw.burbidgeAninnovativeexplorationofcausalagencyasitfunctionsinphysicalbiologicalpsychologicalandcosmologicaldomains.RELIGIOUSSTUDIESHISTORYOFQUEBECTruthandRelevanceCatholicTheologyinFrenchQuebecsincetheQuietRevolutiongregorybaumForewordbyJean-PhilippeWarrenArarelookatmodernCatholictheologyinQuebec.SPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4326-329.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4325-6100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9248ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4354-619.95ACDN19.95AUS12.99paper978-0-7735-4353-975.00SCDN75.00SUS56.00cloth5.5x8.5144ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable MagdaTrocm19011996wastheItalian-bornwifeofReverendAndrTrocm19011971aFrenchpastordeeplyinvolvedinthesocialgospelmovementthatsawChristianityembeddedinprogressivepoliticalstruggles.TogethertheyworkedheroicallyandunderdangerouscircumstancestopreventthedeportationofthousandsofpeopletoNaziconcentrationcamps.LivinginthesmallmainlyProtestanttownofLeChambon-sur-LignononthePlateauVivarais-LignoninsouthernFranceMagdaandAndrTrocminspiredanetworkofresistancetotheVichyregimesdeportationofJewsandwouldeventuallybehonouredasRighteousAmongtheNationsbythestateofIsrael.Thisbookincludesamosaicofsermonsletterspub-lishedarticlesdiariesandspeechesfromthewaryearsbutalsobeforeandafterextendingfromthe1920stothe1970s.ThecoupletravelledwidelyafterthewarmeetingwiththelikesofMartinLutherKingJrIndiraGandhiElieWieselandRosaParksandplayedanactiveroleinmovementsforanti-colonialismnucleardisarmamentandpeace.AppearingforthersttimeinEnglishthesetextshavebeenselectedbyPierreBoismorandwhooffersbridgingcommentaryandexplanatorynotesthroughout.Throughadiverserangeofpublicprivateandautobiographi-caldocumentsthereaderenterstheheartofthisremarkablecouplesmoti-vationshopesandalsotheirunfullleddreams.AndrandMagdaTrocmlivedthroughatroubledtimewithconvictioncourageanddignitytheirwritingsprovideapowerfulexampleofanunyieldingdedicationtojusticeandpeacefulresistance.PierreBoismorandisaProtestantpastorwhoworksinaparishinSwitzerland.WhenaskedWhatreligiondoyoufollowthetypicalansweristonameaspecicgrouportorespondNone.Anincreasingnumberofpeoplehow-everareintentionallycombiningelementsfromvariousreligiousheritagesdemonstratingthatreligionsdonothavermboundariesnoraretheypurelydistinct.InPraiseofMixedReligiondiscussestheconceptofsyncretismthetermforthemixingofreligiousperspectives.Thereligiousstudiesdisciplinehastraditionallydistinguishedbetweentworesponsestosyncretismasubjectiveviewwhichtreatssyncretismasmorallyreprehensibleandanobjectiveviewwhichtreatsitasamorallyneutralphenomenon.WilliamHarrisonadoptsathirdperspectivetheadvocacyviewwhichclaimsthatmixingreli-gionsisagoodandnecessaryprocess.HecitescountlessexamplessuchasIslamstransformativeencounterwithGreekthoughtfrombothhistoryandrecentyearstoshowhowreligioustraditionshavegainedtheologicalandpracticalwisdombyborrowingkeyideasbeliefsandpracticesfromoutsidetheirownmovements.ByencouragingsyncretismInPraiseofMixedReligionconteststhehardboundariesbetweenreligiousworldviewsandpresentsadramaticalternativeforthinkingandtalkingaboutreligion.WilliamH.HarrisonisprincipaloftheKootenaySchoolofMinistry.33MQUPSPRING2014RELIGIOUSSTUDIESEUROPEANHISTORYSPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4352-239.94TCDN34.95TUS22.99cloth6x9304pp24bwphotosSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableMagdaandAndrTrocmResistanceFigureseditedbypierreboismorandTranslatedbyJo-AnneElderIntroductionbyMichaelD.BessAselectionofwritingsbycourageouspacistChristianswhohelpedtosavehundredsofJewishlivesduringtheSecondWorldWar.RELIGIOUSSTUDIESPOLITICALSCIENCEInPraiseofMixedReligionTheSyncretismSolutioninaMultifaithWorldwilliamh.harrisonAdvocatingforaprofoundshiftinthinkingaboutthemix-and-matchapproachtoreligion.SPECIFICATIONSMay2014978-0-7735-4358-434.95TCDN34.95TUS22.99cloth6x9272ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailable FrombeforeConfederationtothepresentdayreligionhasbeenoneofthemostcontentiousissuesinCanadianpubliclife.InFightingoverGodJanetBuckinghamsurveysavastarrayofreligiousconictsexploringboththeirpoliticalaspectsandthecourtcasesthatwerepartoftheirresolution.WhiletopicssuchastheManitobaSchoolsCrisisanddebatesaboutSundayshoppingarefamiliarterritoryBuckinghamfocusesonlesser-knownconictssuchasthoseovertheeducationofDoukhoborandMennonitechildrenandthebanningoftheJehovahsWitnessreligionundertheDefenceofCanadaRegulationsduringtheSecondWorldWar.Subjectsareexploredthematicallywithchaptersonthehistoryofreligiousbroadcastingeduca-tionfreedomofexpressionreligiouspracticesmarriageandfamilyandreligiousinstitutions.Contentiousissuesaboutreligiousaccommodationarenotgoingaway.FightingoverGodcitesoversixhundredlegalcasesacrossnearlyfourcenturiestoprovidearichcontextfortheongoingsocialdebateabouttheplaceofreligioninourincreasinglysecularsociety.JanetEppBuckinghamisassociateprofessorofpoliticalstudiesandhistoryatTrinityWesternUniversity.HowandtowhatextentcanreligionbeincludedwithincommitmentstomulticulturalismMulticulturalismandReligiousIdentityaddressesthisquestionbyexaminingthepoliticalrecognitionandmanagementofreligiousidentityinCanadaandIndia.Inmulticulturalpolicypracticeandliteraturereligionhasuntilrecentlynotbeenincludedwithinbroaderdiscussionsofmulticulturalismperhapsduetoworriesofpotentialforconictwithsecularism.Thiscollectionun-dertakesacontemporaryanalysisofhowtheCanadianandIndianstateseachapproachreligiousdiversitythroughsocialandpoliticalpoliciesaswellashowreligionandsecularismmeetbothphilosophicallyandpoliticallyincontestedpublicspace.AlthoughCanadaandIndiahavedifferingpoliticalandreligioushistoriesleadingtodifferentarticulationsofmulticulturalismreligiousdiversityandsecularismbothcountriesshareacommitmenttoensuringfairtreatmentforthedifferentreligiouscommunitiestheyinclude.CombiningbroadertheoreticalandnormativereectionswithclosecasestudiesMulticulturalismandReligiousIdentityleadsthewaytoaddressingthesetimelyissuesintheCanadianandIndiancontexts.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.SoniaSikkaisprofessorofphilosophyattheUniversityofOttawa.LoriG.BeamanisCanadaResearchChairintheContextualizationofReligioninaDiverseCanadaanddirectoroftheReligionandDiversityProjectattheUniversityofOttawa.34MQUPSPRING2014RELIGIOUSSTUDIESLEGALHISTORYRELIGIOUSSTUDIESPOLITICALSCIENCESPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensStudiesintheHistoryofReligionMarch2014978-0-7735-4328-732.95ACDN32.95AUS21.99paper978-0-7735-4327-0100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9344ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4375-134.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4374-4100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9416ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableFightingoverGodALegalandPoliticalHistoryofReligiousFreedominCanadajaneteppbuckinghamUntanglingthelegalandpoliticalhistoryofreligionfromtheculturalfabricofCanada.MulticulturalismandReligiousIdentityCanadaandIndiaeditedbysoniasikkaandlorig.beamanAnexaminationofhowreligiousidentityisrecognizedandmanagedpoliticallyintwomulticulturalnations. NationalistsfromQuebecandCatholicmilitantsfromMexicooncesharedacommoncauseonethatinuencedinternationalrelationsbetweentheirtwocountries.AtatimewhentheRevolutionanditsaftermathinMexicoandworldwarsmarginalizedvoicesofpoliticaldissentinCanadaCatholicsinbothnationssawtheirculturalstrugglesasinterconnectedandworkedtobuildtransnationalalliancesasmeaningfuldiscoursesofculturalidentity.InConnectedStrugglesMauriceDemersconsidershowandwhygroupsfromMexicoandQuebecactivelysoughttoestablishcloseculturalandpoliticallinks.DrawingonextensiveresearchingovernmentreligiousanduniversityarchivesinMexicoandCanadaDemersdelvesintotheac-torstheirrationalesandtheprocessesandmeaningsofsuchalliances.HeproposesareinterpretationofNorth-SouthcollaborationintheAmericasbyanalysinghowthebondscreatedbyQuebecsandMexicoscivilsocietiesandreligiouscommunitiesinuenceddiplomaticrelationsshowingnotonlytheCatholicoriginsofthissolidaritybutitsconservativeevenreactionaryroots.DemersexplainshowtheforeignministriesofCanadaandMexicobothusedanddenouncedtheselinkagesbetweentheircoun-triesdependingonthepoliticalgainstobemade.DocumentingtheemergenceofsolidaritybetweenFrenchCanadiansandMexicansConnectedStrugglescontributestotheunderstandingoftheinuenceofcivilsocietiesinthehistoryofinternationalrelations.MauriceDemersisassistantprofessorofhistoryatUniversitdeSherbrooke.ThetwentiethcenturywitnessedboththeformationofNewfoundlandasaself-consciousnationalentityandtheconstructionofdistinctandself-awaremiddleandupperclassesinitscapitalcity.Thisinterdisciplinarycollectionexaminesthekeyrolesplayedbywomeninthecreationofthisstateandsocietyandtheessentialinuencethatgenderethnicityandreligionplayedinclassrelations.ShiftingclassrelationswereformedinthesalientpoliticaleventsofthersthalfofthetwentiethcenturyinNewfoundlandtheFirstWorldWarthesuffragemovementtheGreatDepressiontheSecondWorldWarandnallyNewfoundlandscontestedentryintotheCanadianConfederation.CreatingThisPlaceshowshowupper-middle-andworking-classworldswereestab-lishedintheeverydayworkofwomenaswellasthewaysinwhichthecom-plexsocialboundariesoftheperiodwereconstructed.Individualchaptersexploreissuessuchaswomensworkinreligiousandvoluntaryinstitutionstheirstruggleforvoicesuffrageandpoliticalchangetheworkofdomesticservantsandtheconstructionofproperwomenandmothersthroughdenominationaleducation.CreatingThisPlaceadoptsaninnovativeperspectiveonNewfoundlandandLabradorthatfocusesontheoftenoverlookedlivesofurbanwomen.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.LindaCullumisassociateprofessorofsociologyatMemorialUniversity.MarilynPorterisprofessoremeritaofsociologyatMemorialUniversity.35MQUPSPRING2014CANADIANHISTORYLATINAMERICANHISTORYSOCIOLOGYHISTORYSPECIFICATIONSJuly2014978-0-7735-4357-732.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4356-0100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9288pp7bwphotosSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4311-929.95TCDN29.95AUS19.99paper978-0-7735-4310-2100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9304pp34bwphotos2mapsSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableConnectedStrugglesCatholicsNationalistsandTransnationalRelationsbetweenMexicoandQuebec19171945mauricedemersHowculturalandreligiousdiplomacyinuencedCanada-Mexicorelations.CreatingThisPlaceWomenFamilyandClassinStJohns19001950editedbylindacullumandmarilynporterThewomenofStJohnsandthemakingofNewfoundlandsociety. In1885LouisRielwaschargedwithhightreasonfoundguiltyandconse-quentlyexecutedforhisroleinSaskatchewansNorth-WestRebellion.DuringhistrialtheMtisleadergavetwospeechespassionatelydefendingtheinterestsoftheMtisinwesternCanadaaswellashisownlife.RielsDefencestudiesthesespeechesdemonstratingtherangeofRielspoliticalandpersonalconcerns.TherstandbetterknownofthetwospeechesaddressesthejurywhileRielssecondspeechrarelyreprintedaddressesthecourtfollowinghisguiltyverdict.Bothorationshavebeeneditedannotatedandreprintedandarefollowedbyessaysfromdiverseperspectivesincludingphilosophylawhistorypoliticalsciencereligionandcommunicationstudies.ThroughthecourseoftheirinquirycontributorscometounderstandmoreaboutRielspersonalcharacterandpoliticalthoughtaswellashisargumentssupportingMtislandclaimsgrievancesagainstthefederalgovernmentandhisimmi-grationplanfortheNorth-West.EvaluatingtherhetoricalqualitylegalmeritandculturalstakesofhisspeechesRielsDefencerevealsthesignicanceofthelastpublicstatementsmadebyamanwhoindeliblyshapedCanadashistorybycombininghispersonalvisionwithanationalvision.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.HansV.HansenisassociateprofessorofphilosophyattheUniversityofWindsor.WereAcadiansbetteroffthantheirruralcounterpartsinoldregimeFranceDidtheyenjoyaGoldenAgeTowhatdegreedidadistinctAcadianidentityemergebeforethewarsanddeportationsofthemid-eighteenthcenturyInSomethingofaPeasantParadiseGregoryKennedycomparesAcadieinNorthAmericawitharegionofwesternFrancetheLoudunaisfromwhichanumberofthecolonistsoriginated.Kennedyconsidersthenaturalenvironmenttheroleofthestatetheeconomytheseigneuryandlocalgovernanceineachplacetoshowthatsimilaritiesbetweenthetwosocietieshavebeengreatlyunderestimatedorignored.TheAcadiancolonistsandthepeopleoftheLoudunaiswerefron-tierpeopleswithdispersedsettlementpatternsbasedonkingroupswhosoughttomakethebestuseofthelandandtoprotfromtradeopportuni-ties.Bothsocietieswerehierarchicaldemonstratedahighdegreeofpoliticalagencyandemployedthesameinstitutionsoflocalgovernancetoorganizetheiraffairsandnegotiatestatedemands.Neithergroupwasinherentlymoreprosperousegalitarianorindependent-mindedthantheother.RathertheemergenceofadistinctAcadianidentitycanbetracedtothegradualadapta-tionoftraditionalmethodsinstitutionsandideastotheirnewenvironmen-talandpoliticalsituations.AcompellingcomparativeanalysisbasedonarchivalevidenceonbothsidesoftheAtlanticSomethingofaPeasantParadisechallengesthetradi-tionalhistoriographyanddemonstratesthatAcadiansocietysharedmanyofitscharacteristicswithotherFrenchruralsocietiesoftheperiod.GregoryM.W.KennedyisassistantprofessorofhistoryattheUniversitdeMoncton.36MQUPSPRING2014CANADIANHISTORYNATIVESTUDIESCANADIANHISTORYFRENCHHISTORYSPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4336-232.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4335-5100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9336ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSMarch2014978-0-7735-4343-032.95ACDN32.95AUS21.99paper978-0-7735-4342-3100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9272pp19bwphotos15tablesSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableRielsDefencePerspectivesonHisSpeecheseditedbyhansv.hansenAmulti-disciplinarystudyoftwoofthemostpoignantspeechesinCanadianhistory.SomethingofaPeasantParadiseComparingRuralSocietiesinAcadieandtheLoudunais16041755gregorym.w.kennedyAstudyofAcadianandFrenchruralsocietiesthatchallengesconventionalinterpretationsofidentityandagencyintheAtlanticworld. Despiteremarkablesimilaritieslittleattempthasbeenmadetocomparethepoliticaldevelopmentofcolonial-eraAustraliaandCanada.BothnationswerebornasBritishcoloniesandusedviolentandnon-violentmeanstoagi-tatefordemocraticfreedoms.RepublicanismandResponsibleGovernmentexploreshowthesesistercoloniestransformedtheverynatureoftheBritishEmpirebyinsistingondemocraticself-rule.FocusingonthemiddleofthenineteenthcenturyBenjaminJonesex-ploreskeypointsincolonialAustralianandCanadianhistoryCanadasRebellionsof183738andtheDurhamReportandAustraliasanti-transportationmovementandtheEurekaStockade.Previouslyhistorianshavelookedtoliberalismwhenexplainingradicalismanddemocratization.JoneshowevercontendsthatCanadianandAustralianradicalsandreform-erswereinuencedbytheancientpoliticalphilosophyofcivicrepublican-ismwithitsfocusoncollectivismcivicdutyandvirtue.WilliamLyonMackenzieandJohnDunmoreLanghearguesdidnotchampionrepubli-canismtoachieveindividualrightsbuttocreateavirtuoussocietyfreefromthecorruptiontheysawinthestatusquo.RepublicanismandResponsibleGovernmentchallengestraditionalinter-pretationsofkeyeventsinAustralianandCanadianhistoryandshowsthateventhoughbothnationsremainconstitutionalmonarchiesrepublicanideashaveshapedtheirfoundationssincetheearliestdaysofsettlement.BenjaminT.JonesisahistorianattheUniversityofWesternSydney.InthisgroundbreakingstudyontheintersectionofracescienceandpoliticsincolonialLatinAmericanJosJouveMartnexploresthereasonswhythecityofLimainthedecadesthatprecededthewarsofindependenceinPerubecamedependentonalargenumberofbloodletterssurgeonsanddoctorsofAfricandescent.TheBlackDoctorsofColonialLimafocusesonthelivesandfortunesofthreeofthemostdistinguishedamongthisgroupofblackphysiciansJosPastordeLarrinagaasurgeonofcontroversialmedicalideaswhopassionatelydefendedtherightofscienticlearningforAfro-PeruviansJosManuelDvalosadoctorwhostudiedmedicineattheUniversityofMontpellierandplayedakeyroleinthesmallpoxvaccinationcampaignsinPeruandJosManuelValdsamultifacetedwriterwhobecametherstandonlypersonofblackancestrytobecomeachiefmedicalofcerinSpanishAmerica.BycarefullydocumentingtheiractionsandwritingsTheBlackDoctorsofColonialLimaillustrateshowmedicineanditsrelatedeldsbecameareasinwhichthedescendantsofslavesfoundopportunitiesforsocialandpoliticaladvancementandaplatformfromwhichtoengageinprovocativedialoguewithEnlightenmentthoughtandsocialrevolution.JosR.JouveMartnisassociateprofessorofHispanicandLatinAmericanstudiesintheDepartmentofLanguagesLiteraturesandCulturesatMcGillUniversity.37MQUPSPRING2014HISTORYPOLITICALSCIENCESPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4362-134.95ACDN34.95AUS22.99paper978-0-7735-4361-4100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9328ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableRepublicanismandResponsibleGovernmentTheShapingofDemocracyinAustraliaandCanadabenjamint.jonesAnexplorationoftheradicalideasandviolentstrugglesthatshapedcolonialAustraliaandCanada.LATINAMERICANSTUDIESHISTORYOFMEDICINESPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensAssociatedMedicalServicesStudiesintheHistoryofMedicineHealthandSocietyMay2014978-0-7735-4341-639.95ACDN39.95AUS26.99cloth6x9224pp4bwphotosSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableTheBlackDoctorsofColonialLimaScienceRaceandWritinginColonialandEarlyRepublicanPerujosr.jouvemartnTheuntoldstoryofLimasblackphysiciansandtheirroleinshapingthepracticeofmedicineinPeru. Whilesignicantresearchhasbeenproducedintheeldofdisabilitystudieslittleattentionhasbeenpaidtoexperiencesofchronicillness.WorkingBodiesemphasizestheworkplaceasanimportantsiteforunderstandingsuchexperiencesasemploymentstatushasanenormousimpactonsocialandeconomicstandinginCanadiansociety.Theessaysinthiscollectionexaminetheperspectivesofbothworkersandemployerspaintingadisturbingpictureofthechallengesthatpeoplewithchronicillnessfaceinanalreadydemandinglabourmarket.ThefocusontheCanadianworkplaceallowsforanin-depthunderstandingofthiscontextandformeaningfulcomparisonsbetweenpopulationsandacrossworkplaceenvironments.Contributorsincludescholarsandpractitionersindisabilitystudieshealthsciencesgeographyoccupationaltherapysociologyandlabourrelationstheirexpertknowledgerangingfromtheimperativesofemployerstolivedexperiencesofchronicillnesstotheapplicationofworkplacepolicy.Bycombiningresearch-basedchapterswithpersonalreectionsonworkandchronicillnessWorkingBodiesgroundsitselfinexistingscholarshipwhileopeningupnewavenuesofdiscussion.Forafulllistoncontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.Sharon-DaleStoneisprofessorandchairofsociologyatLakeheadUniver-sity.ValorieA.CrooksisassociateprofessorintheDepartmentofGeogra-phyatSimonFraserUniversity.MichelleOwenisassociateprofessorintheDepartmentofDisabilityStudiesattheUniversityofWinnipeg.Ideasofchoiceandrightstraditionallydominatediscussionsconcerningreproductionandgenderpolitics.FertileGroundarguesthatthecurrentpoliticalclimateinCanadanecessitatesabroaderunderstandingofthelinksbetweenthepoliticsofreproductionthestateandgenderrelations.Threemajorthemesaredevelopedinthebookwomenslivedexperi-encestheroleofthestateinreproductivepoliticsanddiscoursesaroundreproduction.ContributorsexamineunequalaccesstoinvitrofertilizationtreatmentsdependinguponclassraceagedisabilityandhealthstatuscritiqueHealthCanadasadherencetoamedicalmodelofbreastfeedinganalyzemarketingcampaignsforbirth-controlproductsandrecounttheAamjiwnaangFirstNationsexperienceofseekingrecognitionforreproduc-tivehealthconcerns.FertileGroundlinksreproductiontomarginalizationcontestationandthestateinordertoilluminatethecontinuityofreproduc-tivemomentsandtheirimplicationsforidentityactivismpolicyformationandfurtherscholarship.AtimelyandmultidisciplinaryaccountofreproductionandgenderpoliticsinCanadaFertileGroundwillinterestacademicsactivistsandprofessionalsinvolvedintheareasofwomensstudiespoliticssociologyandpublichealth.Forafulllistoncontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.StephaniePatersonisassociateprofessorintheDepartmentofPoliticalScienceatConcordiaUniversity.FrancescaScalaisassociateprofessorintheDepartmentofPoliticalScienceatConcordiaUniversity.MarleneK.SokolonisassociateprofessorintheDepartmentofPoliticalScienceatConcordiaUniversity.38MQUPSPRING2014WOMENSSTUDIESPOLITICALSCIENCESOCIOLOGYDISABILITYSTUDIESSPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4378-229.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4377-5100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9216ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4369-034.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4368-3125.00SCDN125.00SUS94cloth6x9384pp7bwphotos2tables1diagramSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableFertileGroundExploringReproductioninCanadaeditedbystephaniepatersonfrancescascalaandmarlenek.sokolonInterrogatingandintegratingthevariousaspectsofwomensreproductivelivestoexposethepoliticaldimensionsofreproduction.WorkingBodiesChronicIllnessintheCanadianWorkplaceeditedbysharon-dalestonevaloriea.crooksandmichelleowenAninformativelookattheexperienceofnavigatingtheCanadianworkplacewhilelivingwithchronicillness. ExperiencetaughtWilliamBlakethatWisdomissoldinthedesolatemar-ketwherenonecometobuy.Hisbrilliantachievementsasapoetpainterandengraverbroughthimpublicnoticebutlittleincome.WilliamBlakeintheDesolateMarketrecordshowBlakethemostoriginalofallthemajorEnglishpoetsearnedhisliving.G.E.BentleyJrthedeanofBlakescholarsdetailsthepoetsoccupationsasacommercialengraverprint-sellerteachercopperplateprinterpainterpublisherandvendorofhisownbooks.InhisearlycareerasacommercialengraverBlakewasmodestlyprosperousbutthereafterhisfortunesde-clined.Forhismostambitiouscommercialdesignshemadehundredsoffoliodesignsandscoresofengravingsbutwaspaidscarcelymorethantwentypoundsfortwoorthreeyearswork.HisinventionofilluminatedprintinglostmoneyandmanyofhisgreatestworkssuchasJerusalemwereleftunsoldathisdeath.Hecametobelievethathisbusinessisnottogathergoldbuttomakegloriousshapes.WilliamBlakeintheDesolateMarketisaninvestigationofBlakeslabourstosupporthimselfbyhisarts.ThechangingpricesofhisworkshiscostsandreceiptsaswellashispatronsandemployersareexpertlygatheredanddisplayedtoshowthematerialsideoftheartisticcareerinBritainsRomanticperiod.G.E.BentleyJrisprofessoremeritusofEnglishattheUniversityofToronto.DavidLodgeisamuch-lovednovelistandinuentialliterarycritic.Examin-inghiscareerfromhisearliestpublicationsinthelate1950stohismorere-centworksDavidLodgeandtheTraditionoftheModernNovelidentiesLodgescentralplacewithinthecanonoftwentieth-centuryBritishliterature.J.RussellPerkinarguesthatliberalismisthedeningfeatureofLodgesidentityasanovelistcriticandRomanCatholicintellectualanddemon-stratesthatGrahamGreeneJamesJoyceKingsleyAmisHenryJamesandH.G.WellsarethekeyinuencesonLodgesction.PerkinalsoconsidersLodgesrelationshiptocontemporaryBritishnovelistsincludingHilaryMantelJulianBarnesandMonicaAli.InastudythatisboththeoreticallyinformedandaccessibletothegeneralreaderPerkinshowsthatLodgesworkisshapedbythedialecticofmodernismandtherealisttradition.ThroughanapproachthatdrawsondiversetheoriesofliteraryinuenceandhistoryDavidLodgeandtheTraditionoftheModernNovelprovidesthemostthoroughtreatmentofthenovelistscareertodate.J.RussellPerkinisprofessorofEnglishatSaintMarysUniversityandtheauthorofTheologyandtheVictorianNovel.39MQUPSPRING2014LITERARYSTUDIESARTHISTORYBRITISHLITERATURELITERARYCRITICISMSPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4306-549.95ACDN49.95AUS34.00cloth6x9216pp31photos20tablescolourinsertSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSApril2014978-0-7735-4320-129.95ACDN29.95AUS19.99paper978-0-7735-4319-5100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9232ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableWilliamBlakeintheDesolateMarketg.e.bentleyjrThelifeofabrilliantpoetexquisitepainterandrottensalesman.DavidLodgeandtheTraditionoftheModernNovelj.russellperkinAnengagingstudyofoneofthemostpopularcontemporaryBritishnovelists. Areweill-suitedforthisworldAmongEuropesmajorcontemporarypoetsEstoniasJaanKaplinskioffersararevisionofhumanadvancementandfulllmentthelessweintervenethemoreweourish.ButhowthencanweremaininvolvedinwhatevolvesofitsownaccordHowcanwemoveawayfromalifeforgedbyhumandesigntowardsaquietlyattentiveyetsponta-neousresponsivenessInUnforcedFlourishingThomasSalumetsseeksaccesstoKaplinskislifeandworkandndsapathtothesignatureofhisthinking.Heuncoversamanwhocraveshumanclosenessthatfewifanycanprovideawriterdrawntowardswordlesscommunicationinaworldofwordssignsandsymbolswhoyearnsforthesacredinseculartimesandwhodetectsmorerichnessinnaturethaninthehumanimagination.SalumetsdescribesKaplin-skiasanintellectualattractedtoacontrariansenseofselfartandculturewhosearchesforhishomelandsmysticalconnectionsatatimewhenEstoniarmlyalignswithvaluesandmodesofthoughtvastlydifferentfromhisown.Whatemergesisamentalityrmlyrootedinthebeliefthatthegreatestrisktohumanfulllmentresultsfromhumanbeingsthemselves.TherstmajorstudyinEnglishofoneoftheEasternEuropesmostimportantliteraryguresUnforcedFlourishingdetailsKaplinskisembraceofthatwhichisundifferentiatedintuitivenon-calculativeandnaturalinthemodernworld.ThomasSalumetsisassociateprofessorofcentraleasternandnorthernEuropeanstudiesattheUniversityofBritishColumbiaandtheeditorofNorbertEliasandHumanInterdependencies.MuchofCanadianculturallifeissustainedandenrichedbytranslation.TranslationEffectsmovesbeyondrestrictivenotionsofofcialtranslationinCanadaanalyzingitsactivitiesandeffectsonthestreetsinmovietheatresonstagesinhospitalsincourtroomsinliteratureinpoliticsandacrosscaftables.Therstcomprehensivestudyoftheintersectionoftranslationandcul-tureTranslationEffectsoffersanoriginalpictureoftranslationpracticesacrossmanylanguagesandthroughseveraldecadesofCanadianlife.Thebookpresentsdetailedcasestudiesofspeciceventsandexaminestherever-berationandspreadoftheireffects.Throughtheseimaginativeattimesun-usualinvestigationsthecontributorsunveilthesimultaneousinvisibilityandomnipresenceoftranslationandpresentacross-cutofCanadiantranslationmoments.Addressingtheperiodfromthe1950stothepresentandincludingawidescopeofexamplesfrommedicalinterpretingtolmdubbingthees-saysinthisbookcreateapanoramicviewofthecreationofmoderncultureinCanada.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.KathyMezeiisprofessoremeritusintheDepartmentofHumanitiesatSimonFraserUniversity.SherrySimonisprofessorintheFrenchDepartmentatConcordiaUniversity.LuisevonFlotowisprofessoranddirectoroftheSchoolofTranslationandInterpretationattheUniversityofOttawa.40MQUPSPRING2014LITERARYCRITICISMBIOGRAPHYTRANSLATIONSTUDIESCULTURALSTUDIESSPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4372-029.95ACDN29.95AUS19.99paper978-0-7735-4371-3100.00SCDN100.00SUS75.00cloth6x9240ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableSPECIFICATIONSJune2014978-0-7735-4317-139.95ACDNpaper978-0-7735-4316-4110.00SCDN110.00SUS83.00cloth6x9480pp10bwphotos2tablesSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableUnforcedFlourishingUnderstandingJaanKaplinskithomassalumetsAnintroductiontoEstoniasinternationallybest-knownwriterandintellectual.TranslationEffectsTheShapingofModernCanadianCultureeditedbykathymezeisherrysimonandluisevonflotowArevealinglookattheplaceoftranslationinmodernCanadianculture. AsignicantnumberofCanadian-raisedchildrenfrompost-1970simmi-grantfamilieshavereachedadulthoodoverthepastdecade.AsaresultthedemographicsofreligiousafliationarechangingacrossCanada.GrowingUpCanadianistherstcomparativestudyofreligionamongyoungadultsofMuslimHinduandBuddhistimmigrantfamilies.Contributorsconsiderhowrelatingtoreligionvariessignicantlydepend-ingonwhichfaithisinquestionhowmenandwomenhavedifferentviewsontheroleofreligionintheirlivesandhowthepossibilitiesofbeingreli-giouslydifferentaregreaterinlargerurbancentresthaninsurroundingruralcommunities.Interviewswithovertwohundredindividualsaged18to26revealthatfewaredrawntomilitantpoliticizedreligiousextremeshowal-mostallsecondgenerationyoungadultstakepersonalresponsibilityfortheirreligionandwanttounderstandthereasonsfortheirbeliefsandpractices.TherstmajorstudyofreligionamongthisgenerationinCanadaGrow-ingUpCanadianisanimportantcontributiontounderstandingreligiousdiversityandmulticulturalisminthetwenty-rstcentury.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.PeterBeyerisprofessorofreligiousstudiesattheUniversityofOttawa.RubinaRamjiisassociateprofessorofreligiousstudiesatCapeBretonUniversity.HaroldInnisiswidelyunderstoodastheproponentoftheLaurentianschoolofhistoriographywhichmappedCanadiandevelopmentalonganEast-Westaxis.HaroldInnisandtheNorthturnstheaxisNorth-SouthbyexaminingInnissintenseandabidinginterestintheNorthandprovidingnewperspectivesonthisseminalgureinCanadianpoliticaleconomyandcommunicationstudies.ThiscollectionrevealsthatInnissadvocacyoftheNorthwascloselyboundupwithhisvisionofnorthernCanadaasthesiteofasecondindus-trialrevolutionbasedonmininghydro-electricpowerpulpandpaperandenabledbynewformsoftransportation.LongpreoccupiedwithCanadascomingofageasabalancedandintegratedindustrialnation-stateInnisgrappledwiththesameissuesabouttheNorthintheCanadiannationthatwearedealingwithtoday.ChaptersexplorethebreadthofInnissnorthernactivitiesincludinghisearlystudiesofthefurtradehisbiographyofeighteenth-centuryexplorerandcartographerPeterPondhisreviewessaysontheNorthfortheCanadianHistoricalReviewhisleadershipoftheRockefeller-sponsoredArcticSurveyandhistriptotheSovietUnion.HaroldInnisandtheNorthcraftsanewnarrativeaboutthenatureandscopeofInnissintellectualprojectandprovidesauniqueappreciationofhismulti-facetedprofessionalidentity.Forafulllistofcontributorspleasevisitmqup.ca.WilliamJ.BuxtonisprofessorofcommunicationstudiesatConcordiaUniversityandco-editorofHaroldInnisintheNewCentury.41MQUPSPRING2014newinpaperGrowingUpCanadianMuslimsHindusBuddhistseditedbypeterbeyerandrubinaramjiAground-breakingcomparativestudyofhowsecond-generationyoungadultsfromimmigrantfamiliesrelatetothereligionsoftheirbackgrounds.SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensStudiesinEthnicHistoryMay2014978-0-7735-4138-234.95AUS22.99paper6x9336pp17tables3diagramsSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableRELIGIOUSSTUDIESSOCIOLOGYnewinpaperHaroldInnisandtheNorthAppraisalsandContestationseditedbywilliamj.buxtonExploringacelebratedCanadianpoliticaleconomistthroughanorthernlens.SPECIFICATIONSMay2014978-0-7735-4167-229.95AUS19.99paper6x9368pp9bwphotos1drawing1diagramSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableCOMMUNICATIONSTUDIESCANADIANHISTORY AtatimewhenCanadianswerearguingaboutthemeritsofanewagthebirth-controlpillandthegrowinghippiecounterculturetheleadersofCanadaslargestProtestantchurchwereoccupiedwithturningmuchofEnglish-Canadianreligiouscultureonitshead.InAfterEvangelicalismKevinFlattrevealshowtheUnitedChurchofCanadaabruptlyreinventeditspublicimagebycuttingtheremainingtiestoitsevan-gelicalpast.FlattarguesthatalthoughUnitedChurchleadershadalreadyabandonedevangelicalbeliefsthreedecadesearlieritwasonlyinthe1960sthatrapidcul-turalshiftspromptedthesuddendismantlingofthechurchsevangelicalprogramsandidentity.DelvingdeepintotheUnitedChurchsarchivesFlattuncoversbehind-the-scenesdevelopmentsthatledtorevolution-aryandcontroversialchangesinthechurchsevangel-isticcampaignseducationalprogramsmoralstancesandtheologicalimage.NotonlydidthesechangesevictevangelicalismfromtheUnitedChurchbuttheyhelpedtriggerthedenominationsongoingnumericaldeclineanddecisivelychangedCanadasreligiouslandscape.ChallengingreaderstoseetheCanadianreligiouscrisisofthe1960sasinvolvingmorethanjustQuebecsQuietRevolutionAfterEvangelicalismunveilsthetransformationofoneofCanadasmostprominentsocialinstitutions.KevinN.FlattisassistantprofessorofhistoryatRedeemerUniversityCollege.WhatwasitliketobeyoungandsickinthepastWhotaughtchildrenhowtobehealthyandwhatweretheyexpectedtolearnInSmallMattersMonaGlea-sonexploreshowmedicalprofessionalslaypractition-ersandparentsunderstoodyoungpatientsandhowchildrenresponded.Duringthersthalfofthetwentiethcenturypartic-ularlyintheinterwardecadesanumberofchangestookshapewithintheeldofchildhealthcaretheriseofpediatricsasamedicalprofessioneffortstoamelioratematernalandinfantmortalityratesandtheshiftoffocusfromcontrollingcontagiousdiseasestothepreventionofillness.Gleasonmakesuseoforalhistoriesthroughoutthisperiodofhealthandwelfarereformtoshednewlightonchildrensattitudestowardtheirmedicaltreatmenttheirlargelyunexploredexperiencesofhospitalizationanddisabilityandtheimportanceofteachersandhealthcurriculumtothedevelopmentofhealthyhabits.Byfocusingonchil-drensmedicaltreatmentbeyondthedoctorsofceandbypayingparticularattentiontotheexperienceofmarginalizedchildrenGleasonmakesamajorcontri-butiontothehistoryofCanadianchildhoodandhealthcare.TherstworkofitskindSmallMattersexploreshowchildrenfaceddeathenduredillnessandlearnedtobehealthyinthecontextoftheirfamiliesandcommunities.MonaGleasonisahistorianintheDepartmentofEd-ucationalStudiesattheUniversityofBritishColumbia.InASocialHistoryofIdeasinQuebec17601896YvanLamondetracestheprovincespoliticalandintel-lectualdevelopmentfromtheBritishConquesttotheelectionofPrimeMinisterWilfridLaurier.FromtheindividualswhoformulatedthemtothenetworksinwhichtheycirculatedtotheirreceptionYvanLamondefocusesonideasatworkandtheirroleinshapingQuebechistory.Themappingofacompleteintellectualcircuital-lowsLamondetofollowthestrainsofideologicaldebatesmonarchismliberalismrepublicanismdemocracyrevolutionultramontanismnationalismovermorethanacentury.Hisworkisinformedbyanencyclopaedicreadingoftheprintcultureoftheperiodandthebookconveysaprofoundandnuancedknowl-edgeofthesocialcontextandculturalchannelsedu-cationalinstitutionsnewspapersthebooktradeinwhichintellectualdebateoccurred.Lamondearguesthatwhiletheseideasconcernedpoliticstheywentbe-yondthepoliticaltheywereafundamentalandevery-dayelementofcivicsocietythatwasexpressedinthepublicspherethroughpamphletsthepopularpressandsermons.LamondesscrutinyofpublicopinioninQuebecallowshimtoplacesuchcurrentsofthoughtinthecolonysinternationalcontextthatofFranceEnglandRometheUnitedStatesandtheirrespectivemetropolises.YvanLamondeisprofessoremeritusdpartementdelangueetlittratureMcGillUniversity.42MQUPSPRING2014SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensAssociatedMedicalServicesStudiesintheHistoryofMedicineHealthandSocietyMay2014978-0-7735-4133-727.95AUS18.99paper6x9200pp15drawings2tablesSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableHISTORYOFMEDICINEHISTORYOFEDUCATIONnewinpaperAfterEvangelicalismTheSixtiesandtheUnitedChurchofCanadakevinn.flattAfascinatingaccountofhowCanadaslargestProtestantchurchreinventeditselfduringthetumultuous1960s.newinpaperSmallMattersCanadianChildreninSicknessandHealth19001940monagleasonAninnovativestudyofthestrug-gleforhealthychildreninearlytwentieth-centuryCanada.SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensStudiesintheHistoryofReligionMay2014978-0-7735-4124-534.95AUS22.99paper6x9360pp2tables4diagramsSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableHISTORYOFRELIGIONCANADIANHISTORYnewinpaperTheSocialHistoryofIdeasinQuebec17601896yvanlamondeTranslatedbyHowardScottandPhyllisAronoffTherstsynthesisofthehistoryofideasoveracenturyinQuebec.SPECIFICATIONSMcGill-QueensStudiesintheHistoryofIdeasMay2014978-0-7735-4107-837.95AUS24.99paper6x9544ppSimultaneouselectroniceditionavailableQUEBECHISTORYSOCIALHISTORY 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