University of Regina Press

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University of Regina Press

Type Higher Education
Website uofrpress.ca
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Location Regina, SK Canada Canada
Summary University of Regina Press is located on Treaty 4 Territory, the traditional lands of the nêhiyawak (Cree), Anihšinapêk (Saulteaux), Dakota, Lakota, and Nakoda Nations, and the homeland of the Métis/Michif peoples. University of Regina Press (URP) publishes books that matter--in both academic and trade formats. Our non-fiction trade books tend towards the hard-hitting, while most of our scholarly titles are accessible to non-specialists. We endeavour to develop writers into public intellectuals, encourage debate, and inspire young people to study the humanities by publishing books that are both seen and relevant.


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Publications

CPRC · 6 November 2021 English

"Black Writers? African, Bluesy, Classical, Disrespectful, Erudite, Fiery, Groovy, Haunting, Inspiring, Jazzy, Knowing, Liberating, Militant, Nervy, Optimistic, Pugnacious, Quixotic, Rambunctious, Seductive, Truculent, Urgent, Vivacious, Wicked, X-ray sharp, Yearning, Zesty. And …


CPRC · 6 November 2021 English

It’s the antithesis of why a wedding should be memorable. In 1992, at a sister’s nuptials, Donna Besel’s family members discovered that their father, Jock Tod, had molested their youngest …


CPRC · 23 October 2021 English

Mary Louise (née Bangs) Rockthunder, wêpanâkit, was an Elder of Cree, Saulteaux, and Nakoda descent. Born in 1913, raised and married at nēhiyawipwātināhk / Piapot First Nation, Mary Louise, a …


CPRC · 16 October 2021 English

Honouring the Declaration provides academic resources to help The United Church of Canada and other Canadian denominations enact their commitment to the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples …


CPRC · 2 October 2021 English

Châhkâpâs: A Naskapi Legend shares the story of Châhkâpâs, a heroic figure in First Nations storytelling, who performs feats of strength and skill in spite of his diminutive size. The …


CPRC · 25 September 2021 English

“We began to dig ourselves deeper than we dreamedwhen we began to see metal as other than medicine,our bodies, more than mineral.”From an emerging environmental voice comes an evocative, multilayered …


CPRC · 18 September 2021 English

A follow-up to Claiming Anishinaabe, Gehl v Canada is the story of Lynn Gehl’s lifelong journey of survival against the nation-state’s constant genocidal assault against her existence. While Canada set …


CPRC · 11 September 2021 English

The lyricism of Bread & Water interweaves culinary insights and literary essays to pose fundamental questions about how we live––and how we feed––the larger hungers that motivate our lives.“When I …


CPRC · 4 September 2021 English

A young Black woman documents the systemic racism in her high school diary and calls for justice and educational reform.The prevalence of anti-Black racism and its many faces, from racial …


CPRC · 22 May 2021 English

Writers across the globe speak out against sexual assault and abuse in this powerful new poetry anthology, edited by Sue Goyette. These collected poems from writers across the globe declare …


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