An Inuit Novel
The first Inuit novel ever written, Sanaaq is a captivating tale of life and death on the edge of the ice.
Conversations about Indigenous Manhood
Inspiring interviews with leading writers and activists on the past, present, and future of Indigenous masculinity.
A modern history of Indigenous labour in the Canadian workforce.
My Life and Work in Indigenous Education
The life story of Verna J. Kirkness, a Cree woman from Manitoba, whose simple quest to teach “in a Native way,” revolutionized Canadian education policy and practice.
Mennonites and Migration in Canadian Literature
A thoughtful and engaging argument that re-situates the discourse of migrant writing in Canada.
Contemporary Kinship and Cowessess First Nation
An entirely new way of viewing Aboriginal cultural identity on the northern plains.
Canadian Farmers and the Politics of Genetically Modified Wheat
The remarkable story of the farmer-led coalition that defeated the introduction of GM wheat in Canada.
A new and innovative perspective on French and Indigenous relations during the New France era.
History, Memory, and the Second World War
One man, four identities, and a son’s quest to reconcile the public and private histories of his Mennonite father in WWII.
Understanding the World Through Stories
A foundational text for understanding the field of Aboriginal Studies.