Canadian Studies Collection 2024

Livres Canada Books is proud to offer this latest collection of titles from Canada’s leading university and trade presses. Canada is a nation of ideas, and the 2024 Canadian Studies Collection highlights some of the country’s most exciting insights and discoveries in the humanities and social sciences. Many of the over 100 titles promoted here provide sharp analyses and discussions of some of Canada’s (and the world’s) most pressing issues. Others celebrate the nation’s diverse history, arts, and literature. Viewed as a whole, the titles in this year’s Collection illustrate the depth and range of new Canadian Studies scholarship with insights on the country’s greatest challenges and achievements.

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Making Space for Indigenous Feminism, 3rd Edition

Edited by Gina Starblanket
Categories: Social Science

This book bridges generations of powerful Indigenous feminist thinking to demonstrate the movement’s cruciality for today. Indigenous feminists in the first edition fought for feminism to be considered ...

The Story of Upfront Carbon

By (author) Lloyd Alter
Categories: Self-help

When you look at the world through the lens of upfront carbon, everything changes

Think that buying an electric car or switching to a heat pump is going to save the planet? Think again. We must cut carbon ...

The Consulting Trap

By (author) Chris Hurl & Leah B. Werner
Categories: Business & Economics

The Consulting Trap does a deep dive into how governments have become hooked on private consultancy firms with dire consequences for democratic decision-making, public accountability and accessible public ...

How We Gather Matters

By (author) Leor Rotchild
Categories: Business & Economics

Grow your audience, shrink your footprint, change the world

Events can help educate, inspire, and connect us to our community, but all too often they escalate into resource-intensive glorifications of ...

Runaway Climate

By (author) Steven Earle
Categories: Science

With tipping points and extreme global warming looming, the key to understanding our climate future lies in our distant past

With rising emissions, we are on track to cause rapid global warming with devastating ...

Reclamation and Resurgence

By (author) Marilyn Dumont
Edited by Armand Garnet Ruffo
Categories: Poetry
Series: Laurier Poetry

To describe the writing of Marilyn Dumont is to call her a poet of reclamation and resurgence. Some thirty-five years ago she set about documenting her life as a young Métis woman and telling the story ...

Foraging as a Way of Life

By (author) Mikaela Cannon
Foreword by Nancy J. Turner
Categories: Nature

Find connection with the land and feed your family locally, seasonally, and sustainably

Nourish your family from nature's pantry. Foraging as a Way of Life documents twelve months of wildcrafting, featuring ...

North of America

In 1941, influential US publishing magnate Henry Luce declared the world was in the midst of the first great American century, believing his nation held the power and vision to lead and transform the ...

The Riel Problem

By (author) Albert Braz
Categories: History

Tracing Louis Riel’s metamorphosis from traitor to Canadian hero, Braz argues that, through his writing, Riel resists his portrayal as both a Canadian patriot and a pan-Indigenous leader. After being ...

Tours Inside the Snow Globe

By (author) Tonya K. Davidson
Categories: Social Science

The toppling of monuments globally in the last few years has highlighted the potency of monuments as dynamic and affectively loaded participants in society.
In the context of Ottawa, Canada’s capital ...