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.
A History of Changing Ideas
A remarkable volume that makes accessible for the first time and in one place a broad selection of more than 250 years of writing on Northwest Coast Native art.
2015, Winner - Canada Prize in the Humanities, Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences
2015, Winner - Jeanne Clarke Award for Publication, Prince George Public Library
2014, Winner - Melva J. Dwyer Award, Art Libraries Society of North America, Canada
The Representation of Women in Canadian Governments
This book analyzes the representation of women in elected and appointed office in Canada to explain why gender parity remains elusive.
, Commended - The Hill Times List of Top 100 Best Books for 2013
An Environmental History
A timely exploration of how the interplay between attitudes toward nature, parks policy, public memory, and the force of nature helped shape one of the world’s most famous urban parks.
2014, Short-listed - Basil Stuart-Stubbs Prize for Outstanding Scholarly Book on British Columbia, UBC Library
2014, Commended - BC Historical Federation Book Prize
2013, Short-listed - City of Vancouver Book Award
2014, Winner - CLIO Prize for BC, Canadian Historical Association
2014, Short-listed - Roderick Haig-Brown Regional Book Prize, BC Book Prizes
A History of the Seventeenth-Century Wendat People
Through the prisms of leadership, women, and power, this book traces the Wendat diaspora beyond a discourse of destruction and into a new world of rejuvenation and hope.
2014, Short-listed - Aboriginal History Prize, Canadian Historical Association
2013, Winner - CSN-REC Book Prize, Canadian Studies Network – Réseau d’études canadiennes
2014, Winner - John A. Ewers Award, Western History Association
2014, Short-listed - Sir John A. Macdonald Prize, Canadian Historical Association
An Anishnabe Understanding of Treaty One
A comprehensive evaluation of how negotiations for Treaty One were shaped by Aboriginal Anishinabe laws
2014, Winner - Eileen McTavish Sykes Award for Best First Book, Manitoba Book Awards
2014, Winner - Margaret McWilliams Scholarly Book Award, Manitoba Historical Society
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