Athabasca University Press

AUP

Athabasca University Press

Type Higher Education
Website aupress.ca
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Year founded 2007
Location Canada Canada
Summary Athabasca University Press is a scholarly publisher and a division of Athabasca University. Since its 2007 founding, the Press has published over 120 peer-reviewed books, which include titles in North American Western history, labour studies, distance and online education, and indigenous studies.


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AUP · 25 November 2021 English

“The chapters of Bucking Conservatism recall the ‘Long Sixties’ as a time of small, diverse eruptions, often local ones, through which Albertans asserted rights, opened day care centres, stood down …


AUP · 5 November 2021 English

Just north of the Arctic Circle is the settlement of Vorkuta, a notorious camp in the Gulag internment system that witnessed three pivotal moments in Russian history. In the 1930s, …


AUP · 23 August 2021 English

For healthcare professionals, clinical education is foundational to the learning process. However, balancing safe patient care with supportive learning opportunities for students can be challenging for instructors and the complex …


AUP · 9 July 2021 English

Experts from across academic disciplines discuss how plastics are produced, consumed, and discarded and demonstrate the urgent need for legislative frameworks that attend to the complex social and ecological nature …


AUP · 23 April 2021

Regime of Obstruction makes visible complex connections between corporate power and the extraction and use of carbon energy. Anchored in sociological and political theory, this volume provides hard data and …


AUP · 19 February 2021

Millions of people are displaced each year by war, persecution, and famine and the global refugee population continues to grow. Canada has often been regarded as a benevolent country, welcoming …


AUP · 23 October 2020

Many of today's learning environments are dominated by technology or procedure-driven approaches that leave learners feeling alone and disconnected. The authors of Centring Human Connections in the Education of Health …


AUP · 16 October 2020

As Canadian universities work to increase access to graduate education, many are adopting blended modes of delivery for courses and programs. Within this changing landscape of higher education, The Finest …


AUP · 16 September 2020

Steven Heighton mathematically evaluates the paradox of disillusionment while considering his own illusions and their impact on his writing. A meditation on language and philosophy, this essay exposes the secret …


AUP · 28 July 2020

From 1928 to 1972, the Alberta Sexual Sterilization Act, Canada’s lengthiest eugenic policy, shaped social discourses and medical practice in the province. Sterilization programs—particularly involuntary sterilization programs—were responding both nationally …


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