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.
British Columbia Politicians and Chinese and Japanese Immigrants 1858-1914
A revealing historical account of the complex racism in early British Columbia and the lives and contributions made to the province by its Chinese and Japanese residents.
2013, Winner - Patricia E. Roy is the recipient of the Canadian Historical Association's Lifetime Achievement Award for 2013.
Recollections of a Coastal Indian Chief
This personal memoir by an important Native leader of British Columbia will delight anthropologists, historians, and all those with an interest in Native studies and autobiography.
1990, Winner - Special Commendation Award for superior production of an indigenous oral history, American Society for Ethnohistory
Life Stories of Three Yukon Native Elders
The life stories of three remarkable and gifted women of Athapaskan and Tlingit ancestry who were born in the southern Yukon Territory around the turn of the century - when storytelling provides a customary framework for discussing the past.
1992, Winner - Sir John A. Macdonald Prize, Canadian Historical Association
Sir William Mackenzie, 1849-1923
A dramatic biography of the now-forgotten Canadian entrepreneur, who spearheaded the most technologically advanced projects ever undertaken in the country, and built a business empire that stretched to Brazil, but was virtually bankrupt by the time of this death.
1992, Winner - Fred Landon Award for the Best Book on Regional History in Ontario
Helena Gutteridge, the Unknown Reformer
1992, Winner - University of British Columbia Medal for Canadian Biography, UBC
1993, Short-listed - Vancouver Book Award, City of Vancouver
Amerindians and Europeans in Northeastern North America, 1600-64
The first book to pay serious attention to the European economic and political factors which promoted colonization, this book argues that the prime determinant was the uneven development of agricultural systems in western Europe.
1986, Winner - Prix Lionel-Groulx
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