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Finding McLuhan

In 1965, Tom Wolfe famously asked of Marshall McLuhan: "Suppose he is the oracle of the modern times--what if he is right?" Fifty years later, McLuhan's biographer, his sons, and sixteen scholars explore ...


A passionate call to action, Firewater examines alcohol—its history, the myths surrounding it, and its devastating impact on Indigenous people. 

Drawing on his years of experience as a Crown Prosecutor ...

Human Ecology of the Canadian Prairie Ecozone 11,000 to 300 BP

Edited by B.A. Nicholson
Archaeology Series CPS

The Canadian Prairie Ecozone (CPE) is spatially defined by the foothills of Alberta on the west and the boreal forest/parkland interface on the north and the east. As members of the multidisciplinary ...

Honouring Our Past, Embracing Our Future

By James Pitsula
History Series UR

In 2011, the University of Regina began celebrating an important milestone--the centennial of Regina College, the Methodist high school that was the foundation for the creation of the University itself ...

Grateful Prey

Grateful Preyuncovers the interaction between magico-religious ideology and hunting strategies among the Asinskawoiniwak, or Rock Cree, of Northern Manitoba. Brightman maintains that subsistence strategies ...

Geraldine Moodie

 In preparing this companion volume to In Search of Geraldine Moodie, Donny White has canvassed the collection of Geraldine Moodie's photographs in museums throughout North America and Great Britain. ...

Fiery Joe

"Substantial and significant....engaging."- James Naylor, author of The Fate of Labour Socialism

As one of the architects of Saskatchewan's socialist revolution, Joseph Lee Phelps earned both respect ...

I Could Not Speak My Heart

This anthology documents the pain and misunderstanding that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Two-spirited, and Queer people have experienced in the very recent past; it also demonstrates the real ...

In Search of Geraldine Moodie

Born in Toronto in 1854, Geraldine Moodie was the granddaughter of the well-known Upper Canadian writer, Susanna Strickland Moodie, and grandniece of Catherine Parr Trail. In 1878 she met and married ...