UBC Press is proud to publish outstanding scholarly works by some of the world’s preeminent scholars. We congratulate our authors and volume editors who have been recognized with awards and citations.
Consumer Culture on the Canadian Home Front, 1939-45
A long-overdue challenge to the commonplace assumption that the Second World War was a period of consumer austerity in Canada.
2013, Short-listed - C. P. Stacey Prize, Canadian Commission for Military History and the Canadian Committee on the History of the Second World War
Perspectives on Policing and Leadership by Ernie Louttit
Retired police sergeant Ernie Louttit shares stories from the streets of Saskatoon, struggling to bring justice to communities where the lines between criminal and victim often blurred.
2015, Short-listed - Aboriginal Peoples’ Writing Award, Saskatchewan Book Awards
2015, Short-listed - Book of the Year Award, Saskatchewan Book Awards
2015, Short-listed - First Book Award, Saskatchewan Book Awards
2015, Short-listed - Saskatoon Book Award, Saskatchewan Book Awards
2015, Short-listed - The Aboriginal Peoples’ Publishing Award, Saskatchewan Book Awards
Testimonies from Imperial Japan’s Sex Slaves
This is the first English-language book to record the experiences and testimonies of Chinese women abducted and detained as sex slaves in Japanese military “comfort stations” during Japan’s 1931-45 invasion of China.
, Winner - Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) Best Book Award for Non-fiction, Chinese American Librarians Association
Media Coverage and Electoral Politics in Canada
An examination of the gender differences in media coverage of politicians in Canada, and the barriers this poses to gender equality in political representation.
2014, Short-listed - Donald Smiley Prize, Canadian Political Science Association
2016, Winner - Pierre Savard Award, International Council for Canadian Studies
Canadian Courts Martial in the Great War
In this eye-opening account of military law in the Great War, courts martials emerge not as brutal, merciless dispensers of frontline justice but as courts capable of mercy.
2013, Winner - C.P. Stacey Prize, Canadian Commission for Military History and the Canadian Committee on the History of the Second World War
Nourishing the Learning Spirit
An impassioned argument for Aboriginal education and critical engagement with Indigenous knowledges and traditions.
2014, Short-listed - Rasmussen, Rasmussen & Charowsky Aboriginal Peoples’ Writing Award, Saskatchewan Book Awards
2014, Short-listed - University of Regina Arts and Luther Award for Scholarly Writing, Saskatchewan Book Awards
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