Our Spring 2021 catalogue is available for download, featuring exceptional books in the areas of Indigenous Studies, Gender Studies, Black Studies, Oral History, Canadian Literature, Poetry, and Psychology. We are grateful to report that our distributors have not missed a beat and books are available to order. Be sure to support your local indie booksellers […]
Rather than an in-person conference this fall, anthropologists are Raising Our Voices through an event series that is being offered online for live, interactive participation as well as view-on-demand. The live portion runs from November 5 to 14 and UAlberta Press is at virtual booth #55. During 2020’s Raising Our Voices event series we are excited to […]
Our Fall 2020 catalogue is available for download, featuring exceptional books in the areas of Indigenous Studies, Women’s Studies, Intercultural Studies, Oral History, and Poetry. Please note that we are publicizing two important changes in the catalogue: a new office address and a new US distributor. We were only in our new office space for […]
Our newest catalogue is available for download, featuring exceptional books in the areas of poetry, higher education, oral history, women’s studies, literary criticism, Canadian literature, intercultural studies, law, and psychology. Here is our Spring 2020 line up : We hope you’ll enjoy perusing the pages—you’re sure to find some books of interest!
Our newest catalogue—Fall 2019—is now available! A list of award winners, for content and design, is on the inside cover, followed by our front list. Our newest titles cover a gamut of subjects from urban studies, feminism, and music, to labour history, research creation, and literary criticism. You might find your favourite UAlberta Press book […]
The University of Alberta Press celebrates 50 years of publishing in 2019. In anticipation of this milestone, we embarked on a project to re-imagine our visual identity. Our goal was to honour our legacy while reflecting our current publishing program, which is increasingly diverse, urban, and multidisciplinary. We worked with Susan Colberg (Visual Communication Design at the University of Alberta) to create […]
Our newest catalogue—Fall 2018—is hot off the press! A list of award winners are on page 2, and you can find our Open access titles on page 22. Along with our new releases, recently released titles, and top sellers, it features the newest books published by the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, on pages 14 and 15. We […]