University of Calgary Press

UCP

University of Calgary Press

Type Higher Education
Location Calgary, AB Canada Canada


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UCP · 15 February 2022 English

From many stories and communities in this amazing collection, comes a universal truth: water is sacred and we separate ourselves from it at our peril. Protecting watersheds and the rights …


UCP · 15 February 2022 English

Paul Zits writes a commentary of the modern age with subtlety and smoke and mirrors. In I Wish I Could Be Peter Falk we get a Columbo on Instagram and …


UCP · 20 December 2021 English

The fundamental burden of a theory of inductive inference is to determine which are the good inductive inferences or relations of inductive support and why it is that they are …


UCP · 15 December 2021 English

The emergence of COVID-19 has raised urgent and important questions about the role of Canadian intelligence and national security within a global health crisis. Some argue that the effects of …


UCP · 15 October 2021 English

bill bissett and Milton Acorn are two of Canada's most significant, and most controversial, literary figures. In the 1960s, bissett's renown as an experimental poet was growing as his social …


UCP · 15 October 2021 English

David More is one of western Canada’s exceptional painters. Based in the rural hamlet of Benalto, near Red Deer Alberta, he is part of a generation of landscape artists who …


UCP · 15 October 2021 English

This is an impressive collection that crosses borders in more ways than just geographical territory. Covering different cases from Canada to Patagonia, the authors encourage us to rethink the history …


UCP · 15 September 2021 English

Jeremy Stewart's In Singing, He Composed a Song dares to bring the unspeakable to the page through psychiatric records, photographs, and transcripts to craft a genre-breaking docu-poetic response to friendship, …


UCP · 15 September 2021 English

The problem with family vacations is often the family. Wit with edge and the "happy" is hard won. Fred Stenson, Author of The Trade


UCP · 15 September 2021 English

Calgary, Alberta is a culturally diverse urban metropolis. Sprawling and car-dependent, fast-growing and affluent, it is dominated by the fossil fuel industry. For 30 years, Calgary has struggled to turn …


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