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Wilfrid Laurier University Press

Wilfrid Laurier University Press, founded in 1974, publishes work in the humanities and social sciences that advances new developments in scholarly discourse, contributes to education within and beyond the university, and reflects our local and global communities through the world of writing and ideas. The Press specializes in Indigenous studies, Black studies, feminism and gender studies, life writing, poetry, literary criticism, communications and media, environmental humanities, international politics and history, social work, and social justice. WLU Press is an active partner in several innovative scholarly communications and publishing research projects building infrastructure for digital scholarship, including the Amplify Podcast Network.



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