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.
Rethinking Approaches to Youth Justice
In this compelling, thought-provoking and sometimes heartbreaking book, the authors use the stories of their young clients to illustrate the very real costs of the current system, analyzing theories behind youth justice, and how these are reflected in Canadian legislation both past and present.
2003, Short-listed - Non-Fiction Award, Saskatchewan Book Awards
2003, Short-listed - Publishing Award, Saskatchewan Book Awards
2003, Winner - Scholarly Writing Award, Saskatchewan Book Award
How Journalists Influence the News
A controversial study showing how the political beliefs of journalists significantly affect the ideological slant of the news, skewing it further to the left than the political stance of the average Canadian.
2004, Short-listed - Donner Prize, Donner Foundation
Consolidating a White Man's Province, 1914-41
Patricia E. Roy continues her study into why British Columbians were historically so opposed to Asian immigration.
2013, Winner - Patricia E. Roy is the recipient of the Canadian Historical Association's Lifetime Achievement Award for 2013.
The North American Squadron in Nova Scotia Waters 1745-1815
A meticulously researched and groundbreaking study of the activities and motivations of the British Navy on North America’s eastern seabord.
2004, Short-listed - Honourable Mention, Keith Matthews Prize, Canadian Nautical Research Society
2004, Winner - John Lyman Book Award, North American Society for Oceanic History
2004, Commended - Keith Matthews Prize, Canadian Nautical Research Society
Ladysmith and the Coal-Mining Industry on Vancouver Island
The first scholarly history of the Ladysmith miners, the Great Strike of 1912-1914, and the coalmining industry on Vancouver Island.
2004, Commended - BC Historical Federation Book Prize, BC Historical Federation
Female Masculinity in Twentieth-Century Fictions
This work explores how the construction of gender was thrown into crisis during the twentieth century, opening a permanent rupture in the gender system, destabilizing masculinity as an unstable category.
2004, Winner - Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine
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