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  • Happy Holidays from UAlberta Press
    As the year comes to a close, we’d like to take the opportunity to thank all of our colleagues, authors, friends, and supporters. May the holidays and 2020 bring you many good reads! If you are looking for some ideas, here is a link to the best books of 2019 by Kerry Clare, which includes […]
  • Featured Reviews of “Power Play”
    “Power Play is easy to understand, with a clear message: cities set to negotiate with professional sports teams must be aware there is a carefully-crafted playbook designed to attract maximum public dollars for sports facilities…” Liane Faulder, Edmonton Journal “In Power Play, Jay Scherer, David Mills and Linda Sloan McCulloch not only clear the fog, […]
  • Alice Major Receives Honorary Degree from University of Alberta
    The University of Alberta Press is proud that Alice Major received an honorary degree from the University of Alberta on November 20, 2019. Alice Major is a pillar of the Edmonton arts community, and has won several awards including: The National Magazine Award Gold Medal, Pat Lowther Award, Stephan G. Stephansson Award for Poetry, Wilfred […]
  • University of Alberta Press Hires New Acquisitions Editor
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / November 18, 2019 Edmonton, AB – University of Alberta Press is pleased to announce that Michelle Lobkowicz will join us as our new Acquisitions Editor (Humanities and Literature) as of January 13, 2020. “Michelle has dedicated more than 15 years to scholarly publishing,” notes Director and Publisher Douglas Hildebrand. “She began […]
  • Alberta Book Day 2019
    It was another powerful day of conversations about book publishing in the province on Alberta Book Day in the concourse of the Federal Building. Honourable Leela Aheer, Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women joined the celebration. In her speech she underscored how the book publishing industry has a significant economic impact, creating jobs […]
  • Featured Reviews of “Tiny Lights for Travellers”
    “Tiny Lights for Travellers starts with a zit, percolating brightly on the nose of our author while she takes the transatlantic flight that begins the book. In a strange, unlikely, funny, unabashed and endearing way, this first image in Naomi K. Lewis’s reluctant, almost anti-travel memoir encapsulates much of what her book is about.” Laurie […]
  • Spring 2020 Catalogue | UAlberta Press
    Our newest catalogue is available for download, featuring exceptional books in the areas of poetry, higher education, oral history, women’s studies, literary criticism, Canadian literature, intercultural studies, law, and psychology. Here is our Spring 2020 line up : We hope you’ll enjoy perusing the pages—you’re sure to find some books of interest!
  • From Our First Ever PhD Intern – Meet Tanvi Mohile
    Hello, everyone! I am the very first PhD Intern at University of Alberta Press! I am a PhD student at the University of Alberta in the Department of English and Film Studies. I have an undergraduate degree in Microbiology and a masters in English Literature from Mumbai, India, which is my home. Prior to coming […]

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