Established in 1969, about 1800 titles currently in print. Scholarly books and well-researched studies of general interest in the humanities and social sciences, including anthropology, especially North American native peoples; architecture; Arctic and northern studies; art history, Canadian studies; Canadian literature; classics; communication and media studies; cultural studies; economics; education, environmental studies; ethnic studies; film studies; folklore and material culture; geography; health and society; history; Irish and Gaelic studies; law; linguistics; literary criticism; medieval and renaissance studies; military history; native studies; philosophy; poetry; photography; political economy; political science; public administration; Quebec studies; religious studies; Slavic and Eastern European studies; sociology; theatre; and women’s studies.

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