UBC Press is committed to publishing innovative and transformative works of non-fiction for a wide range of audiences, including scholars and general readers. Our publishing program spans the social sciences and humanities in areas that include: history, law, Indigenous studies, political science, environmental studies, sociology, gender studies, aging studies, urban studies and planning, and Asian studies. UBC Press encourages proposals from Indigenous, Black, and People of Colour, as well as LGBTQ2S+ individuals. We are dedicated to presenting diverse voices in the books that we publish.
We do not publish works of fiction and poetry, festschriften, proceedings, or unrevised dissertations.
We encourage you to browse our catalogues to become familiar with the areas in which we actively publish within our four imprints.
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