Books – Titles A-Z
Histories and Legacies
Whose security? Whose greater good?
Immigration, Settlement, and Social Welfare in Winnipeg’s Jewish Community, 1882–1930
Creating a democratic and supportive community.
A Ukrainian Settlement in the Canadian Parkland
A social and economic history of one of the oldest Ukrainian settlements in Western Canada.
Histories of Women’s Activism in Western Canada
Prairie women mobilize for change.
New Perspectives on Canadian Governance
From discussions on democracy and distinctiveness to explorations of self-governance and power imbalances, Constructing Tomorrow’s Federalism tests assertions from scholars and practitioners on the legitimacy and future of the state of the federation. In this broad collection of essays, fifteen scholars and political leaders identify options for the future governance of Canada and contribute to a renewed civic discourse on what it means to govern ourselves as a liberal democracy and a multinational federation.
Bringing interdisciplinarity to the table.
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.
âtalôhkâna nêsta tipâcimôwina
This is the first major body of annotated texts in James Bay Cree, and a unique documentation of Swampy and Moose Cree (Western James Bay) usage of the 1950s and 1960s. Conversations and interviews with 16 different speakers include: legends, reminiscences, historical narratives, stories and conversations, as well as descriptions of technology.
Winnipeg and the Roarin’ Game, 1876 to 1988
The rise of Winnipeg to world curling prominence in the nineteenth century and the persistence of that prominence in the twentieth.
Cold War citizen allies.