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50 Years, 50 Books: Lawyers' Empire

Posted: July 14, 2022
Pitman B. Potter on "Lawyers' Empire" and Wes Pue's legacy. ...more
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50 Years, 50 Books: Defending Battered Women on Trial

Posted: July 7, 2022
Lori Chambers on why "Defending Battered Women on Trial" remains essential reading. ...more
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50 Years, 50 Books: The Canadian Party System

Posted: June 30, 2022
Anthony Sayers on "The Canadian Party System" by Richard Johnston. ...more
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50 Years, 50 Books: Whipped

Posted: June 27, 2022
Emmett Macfarlane on why "Whipped" by Alex Marland is "one of the best contributions to political science in recent years." ...more
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50 Years, 50 Books: Life Lived Like a Story

Posted: June 23, 2022
Jean Barman on how "Life Lived Like a Story" helps non-Indigenous people write respectfully about Indigenous topics. ...more
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50 Years, 50 Books: Terrain of Memory

Posted: June 14, 2022
Laura Ishiguro on "Terrain of Memory" and its significance for Japanese Canadian studies. ...more
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50 Years, 50 Books: Moved by the State

Posted: June 10, 2022
Ken Carty on Tina Loo's "Moved by the State" and why the Brenda and McLean series is the a "treasure chest of Canadian studies." ...more
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The meandering path of a drink historian: not always caused by the beverage

Posted: May 16, 2022
"For 'Liquor and the Liberal State,' the journey from off hand idea to a book was a long one..." ...more

Scandalous Conduct: Past and Present

Posted: May 12, 2022
In light of recent cases of military scandals in Canada, Matthew Barrett explores the history of military misconduct. ...more

Inside "Debt and Federalism": An Introduction to Bankruptcy and Insolvency in Canada

Posted: May 12, 2022
Authors Thomas Telfer and Virginia Torrie introduce us to the four cases discussed in their new book, "Debt and Federalism," illuminating why these cases form our foundation for understanding bankruptcy and insolvency in Canada. ...more
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