Critical Studies in Native History
Books committed to new ways of thinking and writing about the historical experience of Indigenous people.
First Voices, First Texts
Re-connecting contemporary readers with some of the most important Indigenous literature of the past, much of which has been unavailable for decades.
Perceptions on Truth and Reconciliation
Books that bridge the knowledge gap between Western and Indigenous approaches to addressing historical and ongoing injustices in settler colonial states, repairing harms, and mitigating conflict across all levels and sectors of society.
paskwāwi masinahikewina/Prairie Writing
Books that relate to the contemporary experiences, histories, and knowledges of prairie Indigenous societies.
Studies in Immigration and Culture
Historical works that illuminate the Canadian and transnational immigrant experience, in both urban and rural contexts.
Human Rights and Social Justice Series
Works that explore the quest for social justice and the basic rights and freedoms to which all human beings are entitled, including civil, political, economic, social, collective and cultural rights.
Contemporary Studies on the North
Books that expand our understanding of Canada’s North and its position within the circumpolar region. Focussing on new research, this series will incorporate multidisciplinary studies on northern peoples, cultures, geographies, histories, politics, religions, and economies.
Publications of the Algonquian Text Society
Critical editions of texts that have their origins in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Manitoba.
University of Manitoba Icelandic Studies
An essential collection of critical editions focussing on early Western European sagas and legal texts.
Manitoba Studies in Native History
New scholarly interpretations of the historical experiences of Native peoples in the western interior of North America.