University of Regina Press Fall 2020

 
University of Regina Press Fall 2020
University of Regina Press
Fall 2020
University of Regina Press Fall 2020
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Dear Readers,                                 Whether examining the                          Horse), the historical and ongoing                                                    CONCRETE

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                                              remarkable life of Saskatchewan’s              impact of human ingenuity
                                                                                                                                                                                   From Ancient Origins to a Problematic Future
          ow more than ever, it               first female Lieutenant Governor               (Concrete), and a consideration
          would seem, change                  (A Radiant Life), witnessing                   of life in the Anthropocene                                                           by Mary Soderstrom
          is constant. Climate                the story of a residential school              (A Book of Ecological Virtues)
          change, political change,           survivor’s post-settlement path                remind us all of our relationships
                                                                                                                                                                                   It’s all around us, as ubiquitous as air—concrete. Soderstrom
cultural change—every day, the                toward healing (Genocidal Love),               with the environment that
                                                                                                                                                                                   traces the history and impact of this world-changing material.
news surprises, shocks, upsets, or            reexamining the troubling and                  supports our lives.

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inspires us. Change is something              unsolved disappearance of two
that we all experience, all the               Indigenous activists (Cold Case                We hope you are as engaged with                                                          magine what the world would be like without concrete: there’d be
time, often at breakneck speed.               North), or absorbing the World                 these books as we are, as we,                                                            no high-rises, no grand irrigation projects, no lettuce from southern
                                              War I history of a 17-year-old                 like you, navigate change in our                                                         climes in the winter, no multi-lane highways crisscrossing continents,
Books help us deal with that                  soldier (Burden), the personal                 worlds and on a global scale, while                                                      a shortage of electricity, more mud in some places, more solitude in
change. They teach us things we               histories being published this year            looking forward to the future.                                                        others. But because of the fossil fuels and other resources required to
didn’t know. They inspire new                 often reframe the past we think                                                                                                      make concrete, there also would be less CO2 in the atmosphere and less
ideas. They help us to view the               we know. Multiple perspectives                                                                                                       dramatic climate change.
world from another’s perspective.             on genocidal histories encourage
They encourage us to learn                    consideration of human rights in                                                                                             52995   In Concrete: From Ancient Origins to a Problematic Future, Soderstrom
from our past. This season, the               the future (After the Holocaust).              Kristine Luecker, Director,                                                           tells the story of concrete’s glorious past, extravagant present, and
University of Regina Press is                 And the wisdom of some of                      University of Regina Press                        9 780889 777804                     uncertain future with careful research, lively anecdotes, and thoughtful
pleased to present a list that                the earliest ecologists and                                                                                                          reflection. The framework for this exploration is one the Romans—
provides opportunities for all.               environmentalists (Beaver, Bison,                                                                $28.95 PB / $89.00 (S) HC
                                                                                                                                                                                   famous for concrete structures that are still strong—would understand:
                                                                                                                                                    OCTOBER 2020                   the four elements of Earth, Fire, Water, and Air.
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                                               COLD CASE NORTH                                                                                                        A RADIANT LIFE
                                               The Search for James Brady and Absolom Halkett                                                                         The Honourable Sylvia Fedoruk
                                               by Michael Nest, with Deanna Reder and Eric Bell                                                                       Scientist, Sports Icon, and Stateswoman
                                                                                                                                                                      by Merle Massie
                                               A small team uncovers new evidence and exposes police failure
                                               in one of the North’s most enduring missing persons cases.                                                             The remarkable life and career of a Canadian heroine—
                                                                                                                                                                      encompassing some of the most important scientific, athletic,

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                                                                                                                                                                      and public transformations of the twentieth century.
                                                             issing persons. Double murder? Métis leader James Brady

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                                                             was one of the most famous Indigenous activists in Canada.
                                                             A communist, strategist, and bibliophile, he led Métis and                                                          ward-winning author Merle Massie brings to the page the life
                                                             First Nations to rebel against government and church                                                                and career of Sylvia Fedoruk (1927–2012), which encompassed
                                               oppression. Brady’s success made politicians and clergy fear him; he had                                                          some of the most ground-breaking scientific, athletic, and
                                               enemies everywhere. In 1967, while prospecting in Saskatchewan with                                                               public transformations of the twentieth century. A pioneer in
                                               Cree Band Councillor and fellow activist, Absolom Halkett, both men                                                    leading-edge cancer research, primarily in the field of nuclear medicine,
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                                               vanished from their remote lakeside camp. For 50 years rumours swirled                                         52995   she was the first woman to join the Atomic Energy Board of Canada.
                                               of secret mining interests, political intrigue, and murder. Cold Case                                                  Sylvia was an outstanding athlete, competing at an elite level in women’s
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                                               North is the story of how a small team, with the help of the Indigenous             9 780889 777330                    softball and curling. Elected as the first woman chancellor of the Uni-
               $24.95 PB / $89.00 HC           community, exposed police failure in the original investigation,                                                       versity of Saskatchewan, she went on to be the first woman to serve as
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                                               discovered new clues and testimony, and gathered the pieces of the                 $34.95 PB / $89.00 (S) HC
                                                                                                                                                                      Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, coaching two premiers through
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                                               North’s most enduring missing persons puzzle.                                            AUGUST 2020                   potential legislative and constitutional crises. With support from the
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                                                                                                                                                                      University, the provincial government, and the media, she withstood a
                 5 x 7 / 272 PAGES                 “Like too many cases involving missing and murdered                                                                major outing controversy, revealing a particular provincial touchpoint
          16 B&W PHOTOS / 4 MAPS / INDEX            Indigenous people, authorities failed to ensure that Brady and                    6 x 9 / 320 PAGES
                                                                                                                                                                      around issues of homosexuality, artistic activism, and power dynamics in
             CATEGORIES: INDIGENOUS /               Halkett’s deaths were properly investigated. This book helps             PREFACE / 45 B&W PHOTOS / NOTES ON
                                                                                                                            ARCHIVAL SOURCES / ENDNOTES / INDEX       the midst of the AIDS crisis of the 1990s.
            TRUE CRIME / SOCIAL JUSTICE             get to the bottom of the fate of these two men, and demon-
                                                                                                                                 CATEGORIES: BIOGRAPHY /
                                                    strates why investigators should never dismiss the knowledge             GENDER HISTORY / WOMEN IN SCIENCE        Known for a warm but no-nonsense style, Sylvia Fedoruk built a legacy
                                                    of Indigenous Peoples.” —Darren Prefontaine, author of                                                            which drew Saskatchewan’s north into the provincial consciousness,
            ALSO OF INTEREST                        Gabriel Dumont                                                                                                    advocated for equal education for all, pushed for support for women in
                                                                                                                                 ALSO OF INTEREST
                                                                                                                                                                      science, technology, engineering, and math, and worked tirelessly as the
                                               MICHAEL NEST is a freelance researcher and award-winning author                                                        University of Saskatchewan and the province’s most vocal cheerleader.
                                               whose work focuses on mining and corruption. Michael lives in
                                               Montréal.                                                                                                              MERLE MASSIE is a historian and award-winning author of Forest
                                                                                                                                                                      Prairie Edge, raised in Saskatchewan’s forest fringe and trained at the
                                               DEANNA REDER is a Cree-Métis literary critic and Associate Professor                                                   University of Saskatchewan. She now lives on the prairies, farming with
                                               in English and First Nations Studies at Simon Fraser University.                                                       her husband and writing Saskatchewan stories.
                                               Deanna lives in Vancouver.
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                     CRY WOLF                  ERIC BELL is a member of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band and the owner
              $16.95 · 9780889777385                                                                                                THE PRAIRIE POPULIST
                                               of La Ronge Emergency Medical Services. Eric lives in La Ronge, SK.                 $34.95 · 9780889775459             •   First biography of Sylvia Fedoruk

                                               FAST FACTS

                                               •   True Crime that puts Indigenous perspectives and research at the
                                                   forefront of the investigation
                                               •   Jim Brady is one of Canada’s most famous Indigenous activists. His
                                                   disappearance has been an enduring mystery about which media has
                                                   repeatedly speculated for 50 years.
                                               •   Continues to expose injustice in the handling of murdered and missing
                                                   Indigenous people in Canada
                                                                                                                                           FIERY JOE
                                                                                                                                   $39.95 · 9780889774858

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                                               A BOOK OF ECOLOGICAL VIRTUES                                                                                                  BEAVER, BISON, HORSE
                                               Living Well in the Anthropocene                                                                                               The Traditional Knowledge and Ecology
                                               edited by Heesoon Bai, David Chang, and Charles Scott                                                                         of the Northern Great Plains
                                                                                                                                                                             by R. Grace Morgan
                                                                                                                                                                             foreword by James Daschuk, afterword by Cristina Eisenberg
                                               What does living well look like in the Anthropocene?

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                                                                                                                                                                             Indigenous Peoples of the North American Plains were ecologists of
                                                         espite our brief tenure on planet Earth,we have reached an
                                                                                                                                                                             the highest order. And then the horse came and changed everything.
                                                         epoch—the Anthropocene—that is characterized by our spe-

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                                                         cies’ uncanny ability to spoil our own nest. In the face of this
                                                         somber reality of ecological degradation, The Book of Ecologi-                                                              eaver, Bison, Horse is an interdisciplinary account of the ecologi-
                                               cal Virtues asks the all-important question, “What does living well look                                                              cal relationships the Indigenous nations of the Plains had to the
                                               like in the Anthropocene?” It is vitally important that we turn towards                                                               beaver, bison, horse, and their habitat prior to contact. Morgan’s
                                               the cultivation of ecovirtues, a new set of values by which to live, if there                                                         research shows an ecological understanding that sustained Indig-
                                               is to be hope for us and other species to continue. These essays inspire                                                      enous Peoples for thousands of years. with critical information on how the
                                       53695   readers not just to ponder but to embody and live the ideals of these                                                 52995   beaver manage water systems and protect communities from drought in
                                               timeless ecological virtues.                                                                                                  the Northern Great Plains.
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                                                   “A significant contribution to eco-philosophy, and to our                                                                 Morgan’s work is a game-changer. For the first time in print, her impor-
            $39.95 (S) PB / $89.00 (S) HC           collective discourse on the human-nature relationship.”                                                                  tant research now appears with a foreword by James Daschuk, bestselling
                                                                                                                                     $34.95 (S) PB / $89.00 (S) HC
                   OCTOBER 2020                    —Laura Sewall, author of Sight and Sensibility: The                                                                       and award-winning author of Clearing the Plains, and an afterword by
                                                                                                                                           NOVEMBER 2020
      PB 9780889777569 / PDF 9780889777583 /        Ecopsychology of Perception                                                                                              Cristina Eisenberg, author of The Carnivore Way and The Wolf ’s Tooth.
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                 6 x 9 / 304 PAGES             HEESOON BAI is Professor in Philosophy of Education in the Faculty of                      6 x 9 / 292 PAGES
                                                                                                                                                                                 “An important book. The detail on beaver habitat manipulation . . .
        21 CONTRIBUTORS / 8 B&W PHOTOS /       Education at Simon Fraser University. She teaches and researches in:               LIST OF FIGURES / MAPS / PHOTOS /
                                                                                                                                                                                  is rich and nuanced and cannot be found elsewhere.”
          END-OF-CHAPTER NOTES / INDEX
                                               epistemology and education, ethics and moral education, Foundations               REFERENCES / INDEX / APPENDIX OF A              —Norman Henderson, author of Rediscovering the Great Plains
            CATEGORIES: PHILOSOPHY /                                                                                              PREVIOUSLY UNPUBLISHED ARTICLE
          ENVIRONMENT / ANTHROPOCENE           of education, and contemplative approaches to education. She lives in
                                                                                                                                 CATEGORIES: INDIGENOUS STUDIES /
                                               Vancouver.                                                                            ECOLOGY / CONSERVATION                      “Takes archaeological interpretations beyond basic descriptions
                                                                                                                                                                                  of past technologies and foodways to considerations of how
                                               DAVID CHANG is a teacher educator, and PhD candidate in the Faculty                                                                Indigenous plains peoples interacted with and maintained their
              CONTRIBUTORS
                                               of Education at Simon Fraser University. He researches contempla-                   ALSO OF INTEREST                               lands—and why they occupied their lands as they did. Eisenberg’s
      Tommy Akulukjuk (Pangnirtung,            tive approaches to environmental education and lives in Vancouver.                                                                 final chapter brings Morgan’s work into a contemporary context.”
             Nunavut), Heesoon Bai                                                                                                                                               —David Meyer, Professor Emeritus, Department of Archeology
           (Vancouver), David Chang            CHARLES SCOTT is Associate Professor of Education at City University                                                               and Anthropology, University of Saskatchewan
       (Vancouver), Douglas E. Christie        in Canada and an Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Education at
           (Los Angeles), Paul Crowe           Simon Fraser University. His scholarly areas of research and teaching                                                         R. GRACE MORGAN (1934–2016) was a life-long scholar and researcher.
          (Vancouver), Nigora Erkaeva          are contemplative inquiry in education; curriculum, pedagogy, and                                                             Trained in anthropology, Morgan brought a unique ecological under-
         (Ypsilanti, Michigan), Thomas         assessment; dialogue in education; and spirituality in education.                                                             standing to her field, studying the patterns of sustainability that marked
        Falkenberg (Winnipeg), David
                                               Charles Scott lives in Vancouver.                                                                                             Indigenous Plains First Nations’ relationships to beaver and bison
       Greenwood (Thunder Bay),Mike                                                                                                    CLEARING THE PLAINS
          Hannis (Bath, UK), David W.                                                                                                 $27.95 · 9780889776227
                                                                                                                                                                             resources.
                                               FAST FACTS
      Jardine (Calgary), Peter H. Kahn,
           Jr. (Seattle), Dr. Carl Leggo                                                                                                                                     FAST FACTS
                                               •    Offers insights on how to deal with “climate grief”
        (Vancouver), David Robert Loy
          (Kamakura, Japan), Rebecca           •    Includes a broad range of perspectives, including Indigenous, Christian,                                                 •   R. Grace Morgan’s research is some of the most-cited in this field
      Martusewicz (Ypsilanti, Michigan),            Taoist, Buddhist, and more                                                                                               •   Critical information on how the beaver manage water systems and protect
           Darcy Mathews (Victoria),           •    Includes the essay by Jan Zwicky that Annie Proulx recently deemed one                                                       communities from drought
       Margaret McKee (Thunder Bay),                of the key texts on climate change (The Guardian)                                                                        •   Includes never-before-published essay co-authored with Robert J.
        Margaret McKeon (Vancouver),                                                                                                                                             Hudson, “Dynamics of Fire and Grazing by Bison in Central Alberta”
        Derek Rasmussen (Vancouver),
                                                                                                                                  TOWARDS A PRAIRIE ATONEMENT
      Charles Scott (Vancouver), Nancy                                                                                               $22.95 · 970889774544
        J. Turner (Victoria), Jan Zwicky
                (Quadra Island, BC)

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                                               AFTER THE HOLOCAUST                                                                                                       GENOCIDAL LOVE
                                               Human Rights and Genocide Education in                                                                                    A Life After Residential School
                                               the Approaching Post-Witness Era                                                                                          by Bevann Fox
                                               edited by Charlotte Schallié, Helga Thorson,                                                                              critical foreword by Dr. Michelle Coupal
                                               and Andrea van Noord
                                                                                                                                                                         A residential school survivor’s complicated
                                               Collected voices make clear why Holocaust, genocide, and                                                                  path toward healing and love.

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                                               human rights education are more crucial than ever.
                                                                                                                                                                                   enocidal Love delves into the long-term effects of childhood

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                                                          fter the Holocaust brings together scholarship, activism, poetry,                                                        trauma on those who attended residential school and dem-
                                                          and personal narratives from some of the last living survivors                                                           onstrates the power of story to help in recovery and healing.
                                                          of the Holocaust to tackle the changing face of genocide and                                                             Presenting herself as “Myrtle,” Bevann Fox recounts her early
                                                          human rights education in the 21st century. The collected voices                                               childhood filled with love and warmth on the First Nation reservation
                                               draw on decades of research on the Holocaust and discuss how it can help                                                  with her grandparents. At the age of seven she was sent to residential
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                                               us understand and educate about a range of human rights issues through-                                                   school, and her horrific experiences of abuse there left her without a voice,
                                       53495   out history, and, in turn, that local histories of other human rights atroci-                                             timid and nervous, never sure, never trusting, and always searching.
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                                               ties can shed light on the way the Holocaust is represented and taught.
            9 780889 777644                                                                                                                                              This is the story of Myrtle battling to recover her voice.
                                               Advancing the dialogue between civic advocacy, public remembrance,                        $21.95 PB / $89.00 HC

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                                               and research, the contributors of this edited collection discuss Holocaust                  SEPTEMBER 2020
                                                                                                                                                                         This is the story of her courage and resilience throughout the arduous
                  OCTOBER 2020
                                               education’s broad relevance in a human rights framework.                         PB 9780889777415 / PDF 9780889777439 /
                                                                                                                                                                         process required to make a claim for compensation for the abuse she
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      PB 9780889777644 / PDF 9780889777668 /                                                                                                                             experienced at residential school—a process that turned out to be yet
      EPUB 9780889777682 / HC 9780889777705        “The first- and second-generation survivor accounts are trea-                           5 x 7 / 256 PAGES
                                                                                                                                                                         another trauma at the hands of the colonial power.
                 6 x 9 / 320 PAGES                  sures—invaluable reflections that anchor this collection.”                    CATEGORIES: INDIGENOUS STUDIES /
                                                                                                                                    WOMEN’S STUDIES / RECOVERY
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                                                    —David MacDonald, author of The Sleeping Giant Awakens:                                                              This is the story of one woman finally standing up to the painful truth
              BIBLIOGRAPHY / INDEX                  Genocide, Indian Residential Schools, and the Challenge of                                                           of her past and moving beyond it for the sake of her children and
         CATEGORIES: HOLOCAUST STUDIES /            Conciliation                                                                                                         grandchildren. In recounting her tumultuous life, Fox weaves truth and
               GENOCIDE STUDIES /
             HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION                                                                                                  ALSO OF INTEREST
                                                                                                                                                                         fiction together as a means of bringing clarity to the complex emotions
                                               CHARLOTTE SCHALLIÉ is a professor of Germanic Studies at the
                                                                                                                                                                         and situations she faced as she walked her path toward healing.
                                               University of Victoria, Canada.
               CONTRIBUTORS
                                                                                                                                                                         BEVANN FOX is a member of Pasqua First Nation and lives in Regina.
                                               HELGA THORSON is an associate professor in the Department of
           Babafemi Akinrinade,                                                                                                                                          A recipient of a YWCA Women of Distinction Award, Bevann is the
                                               Germanic and Slavic Studies at the University of Victoria, Canada.
          Darcy Buerkle, Elisheva                                                                                                                                        founder, co-host, and community producer of Access TV’s “The Four.”
          Gray, Peter Hudák, Klas-             ANDREA VAN NOORD holds a Master of Letters in the Gothic
          Göran Karlsson, Barbara                                                                                                                                        FAST FACTS
                                               Imagination from the University of Stirling, Scotland. She is a former
       Kintaert, Richard Kool, Julius
       Maslovat, Isa Milman, Murray            sessional instructor in the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies                                                     •    Based on real events
          Reiss, Charlotte Schallié,           at the University of Victoria. She lives in Vancouver.                                                                    •    Documents the claim process against the church and government
                                                                                                                                        IN MY OWN MOCCASINS
        Bev Sellars, Phyllis Senese,                                                                                                   $21.95 · 9780889777316            •    A residential school story that focusses on the continuing struggle for
         Jordan Stanger-Ross, John             FAST FACTS
                                                                                                                                                                              recovery throughout adulthood
        C. Swanson, Helga Thorson,
        Andrea van Noord, Robbie               •    Collection of some of the last remaining Holocaust eyewitness testimony
        Waisman, Kenneth Waltzer,              •    Contains chapters on the Canadian context of antisemitism and the
             Jonathan Webber,                       legacy of human rights abuses, including Indigenous Peoples in Canada
               Maggie Ziegler                       and Japanese-Canadians
                                               •    Examines the ways that the Holocaust provided a template for thinking
                                                    through human rights legislation and memorialization on a global scale
                                                    after the Holocaust
                                               •    Contributes to the emerging field of genocide studies                         THE EDUCATION OF AUGIE MERASTY
                                                                                                                                       $21.95 · 9780889773684

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                                               BURDEN                                                                                                               ANIHSINAPEMOWIN / BEGINNING SAULTEAUX
                                               by Douglas Burnet Smith                                                                                              by Lynn Cote and Margaret Cote

                                               The story of a seventeen-year-old British soldier, Private Herbert                                                   An invaluable resource for the revitalization of
                                               Burden, who was shot for desertion during World War I.                                                               the Anihsina-pe-mowin / Saulteaux language.

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                                                        urden is the story of a seventeen-year-old British soldier,                                                          nihšināpēmowin / Beginning Saulteaux is an introductory
                                                        Private Herbert Burden, who was shot for desertion during                                                            look at one of the most widely spoken of all North American
                                                        World War I. He was one of hundreds so executed. It is                                                               Indigenous languages, regionally known as Saulteaux, Ojibway,
                                                        now understood that many had committed no crime, but                                                                 Ottawa (Odawa), Chippewa, and Algonquian.
                                               were suffering from PTSD. Burden’s story is told in the voice of
                                               Lance Corporal Reginald Smith, the author’s uncle. The author                                                        In an easy-to-use and easy-to-read series of lessons, designed for
                                               discovered years later in a box of papers that his uncle, Lance Corporal                                             self-study or for use in the classroom, Beginning Saulteaux will guide
                                               Smith, had befriended Private Burden but then was ultimately                                                         beginners through the language’s grammatical structures and spelling
                                               commanded to join in the firing squad that killed his friend.                                                        systems, as well as everyday terms and phrases. The book grounds the
                                                                                                                                                                    language in both traditional and contemporary contexts, and sheds light
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                                               This slim book reaches beyond standard indictments of war—it shows                                                   on the Saulteaux world view. For example, there is no word for good-bye
                                               us that “terrifying,” “senseless,” “horrific” don’t go deep enough. To                                               in the language, so upon parting people will usually say Kika-wāpamin
             9 780889 777729                   utter them, the eye must already be closing over. Smith’s account is an           9 780889 777514                    mīnawā, meaning “I’ll see you again.”
                     $19.95 PB
                                               object lesson as to why poetry matters. It takes us to places even the           $34.95 (S) COIL / $89.00 (S) HC
                                               best journalism can’t reach.                                                                                         The third in our Indigenous Languages for Beginners series, Beginning
                  OCTOBER 2020                                                                                                         DECEMBER 2020
                                                                                                                                                                    Saulteaux is an invaluable resource produced in consultation with
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               EPUB 9780889777767              PRAISE FOR SMITH’S EARLIER POETRY                                                    PDF 9780889777538 /             Elders, Language Keepers, and community members, and continues
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                5.5 x 8.5 / 72 PAGES                                                                                                                                our commitment to revitalizing Indigenous languages.
        CATEGORIES: CANADIAN LITERATURE /
                                                   “Smith’s style achieves the perfect balance of incisive                           8.5 x 11 / 304 PAGES

                  POETRY / WWI                      narrative and lyric profusion . . .” —Robert Levine, praise                  GLOSSARY / EXERCISES FOR           LYNN COTE is a faculty member with the Department of Indigenous
                                                                                                                                EACH LESSON / COIL BINDING /
      SERIES: OSKANA POETRY & POETICS (#10)         for Sister Prometheus                                                      CULTURALLY SPECIFIC COVER ART        Languages, Arts and Cultures at First Nations University of
                                                                                                                                  CATEGORIES: LANGUAGE /            Canada, teaching the Saulteaux language, linguistics, and stories.
                                                   “Smith’s craft is consistently worthy of his subject . . .”                      INDIGENOUS STUDIES
                                                                                                                                                                    She lives in Regina.
                                                   —Heather Spears, praise for The Killed                                      SERIES: INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES
            ABOUT THE SERIES                                                                                                         FOR BEGINNERS (#3)
                                                                                                                                                                    MARGARET COTE has had a distinguished career in education,
            Publishing new and                 DOUGLAS BURNET SMITH is a GG Award–nominated author, and                                                             including many years at First Nations University of Canada.
       established authors, Oskana             Burden is his seventeenth book of poetry. He divides his time between
      Poetry & Poetics offers both                                                                                              ABOUT THE SERIES                    She is the author of numerous publications, including Nēnapoh š
                                               Atlantic Canada and Athens, Greece. He is currently Writer-in-                                                       Legends and children’s books aimed at preserving and teaching
        contemporary poetry at its                                                                                         The language resources in the
                                               Residence for the Antikythera Archeological Dive Project on the island                                               the Saulteaux language. Margaret lives in Regina.
      best and probing discussions of                                                                                     Indigenous Languages for
           poetry’s cultural role.             of Antikythera, Greece, and teaches in the English Department at St.        Beginners series aim to help
                                               Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.                      teachers and learners revitalize          FAST FACTS
                                                                                                                            and document Indigenous
        RECENT OSKANA TITLES                   FAST FACTS                                                                    languages. All works are               •   Easy-to-use and easy-to-read series of lessons, designed for
                                                                                                                          produced in consultation with                 self-study or for use in the classroom
                                               •    Douglas Burnet Smith is an accomplished poet, previously nominated    Elders, Language Keepers, and             •   Glossary of Saulteaux terms included
                                                    for the Governor General’s Award for Voices From a Farther Room           community members.                    •   Produced in consultation with Elders, Language Keepers,
                                               •    First-time poetic account of this WWI story of PTSD                                                                 and community members
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                                                Nonreligious Identity in the US and Canada                                                                             A Memoir of Resilience
                                                by Joel Thiessen and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme                                                                            by Helen Knott
                                                                                                                                                                       foreword by Eden Robinson

                                                Explores the growing divide between religious and
                                                nonreligious populations in Canada and the US                                                                          “An incredibly forceful and moving book, the
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                                                                                                                                                                       oneself and with others.” —Quill & Quire
                                                         lmost a quarter of American and Canadian adults are

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                                                         nonreligious, while teens and young adults are even less likely
                                                         to identify religiously. Who are the religious nones? Why, and                                                          s a young Indigenous woman working through intergeneration-
                                                         where, is this population growing?                                                                                      al trauma, Helen Knott must learn where she came from and
                                                                                                                                                                                 where she is going. A harrowing and powerful memoir, In My
                                                While there has been increased attention on secularism in both Europe                                                            Own Moccasins gives an honest portrayal of how Knott healed
                                                and the United States, little work to date has focused on Canada. Joel                                                 the deep wounds inflicted by sexual violence.
                                                Thiessen and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme turn to survey and interview
                                                                                                                                    ISBN 9780889777316
                                                data to explore how a nonreligious identity impacts a variety of                                               51995       “A strong, gentle voice removing the colonial blanket and
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                                                this book tackles questions of coexistence, religious tolerance, and                                                       she does so with grace, beauty, and a ferocity that makes me
              CATEGORIES: SOCIOLOGY /                                                                                         SERIES: THE REGINA COLLECTION (#11)
              RELIGION / DEMOGRAPHY             spirituality, as North American society accelerate toward a more                                                           feel so proud.” —Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, author
                                                secular future.                                                                                                            of This Accident of Being Lost
                                                                                                                                  ABOUT THE SERIES
                                                    “Clearly written and highly accessible, this book will make a                                                      HELEN KNOTT is a Dane Zaa, Nehiyaw, and mixed Euro-descent wom-
                                                                                                                                 Named as a tribute to                 an living in Northeastern British Columbia. In 2016 Helen was one of
                                                     significant contribution to the sociological study of religious       Saskatchewan’s capital city with
                                                     nones in North America.” —Chad Seales, University of                                                              sixteen global change makers featured by the Nobel Women’s Initiative
                                                                                                                             its rich history of boundary-
                                                     Texas at Austin                                                                                                   for being committed to end gender-based violence. Helen was selected
                                                                                                                           defying innovation, The Regina
                                                                                                                            Collection builds upon the                 as a 2019 RBC Taylor Prize Emerging Author. This is her first book.
                                                    “A unique and especially welcome addition to the field. The              University of Regina Press’s
                                                     empirical foundations of this work mark it out as superior            motto “a voice for many peoples.”           FAST FACTS
                                                     to other books in this area. An excellent treatment of an
                                                                                                                             OTHER TITLES IN THE SERIES                •   Longlisted for RBC Taylor Prize
                                                     important topic.” —David Voas, University College London
                                                                                                                                                                       •   National Bestseller
                                                JOEL THIESSEN is Professor of Sociology at Ambrose University                                                          •   Best Canadian Nonfiction of 2019 —CBC Books
                                                in Calgary, Alberta. He is the author of The Meaning of Sunday: The                                                    •   First title in the new paperback format of the Regina Collection
                                                Practice of Belief in a Secular Age.

                                                SARAH WILKINS-LAFLAMME is Assistant Professor in the Department
                                                of Sociology and Legal Studies at the University of Waterloo. She
                                                                                                                              ANGRY QUEER         THE EDUCATION OF
                                                completed her DPhil (PhD equivalent) in sociology at the University            SOMALI BOY          AUGIE MERASTY
                                                                                                                                                       $21.95
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                                          and the Fall of Spirituality                                                                               Indigenous Self-Determination in Canadian Sport
                                          by Blair Stonechild                                                                                        by Janice Forsyth
                                                                                                                                                     foreword by Willie Littlechild

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                                                he follow-up to Stonechild’s award-winning book The Knowledge

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                                                Seeker, Loss of Indigenous Eden and the Fall of Spirituality continues                                    roviding the first-ever analysis of the Tom Longboat Awards,
                                                to explore the Indigenous spiritual teachings passed down to                                              Forsyth shows how sport has played a key role in both
                                          the author by Elders, examining their relevance in today’s world.                                               colonization and decolonization.

                                              “[A] great scholarly contribution to our knowledge of the his-                                             “Through considering the Awards in the broader context of
                                               tory of Indigenous spirituality.” —David McNab, author of                                                  ongoing colonial relations in Canada, and bringing to light
                                               No Place for Fairness                                                                                      the voices of the recipients, this study extends well beyond
                                                                                                                                                          the Tom Longboat Awards history to encompass the compli-
                                                                 $32.95 PB / $89.00 HC                                                                    cated place of sport in the Indigenous experience.” —Robert
                                                                      APRIL 2020                                                                          Kossuth, Associate Professor of Kinesiology and Physical
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                                          Indigenous Theatre on the World Stage                                                                      Inquest into the True Nature of a Predator
                                          edited by Jesse Rae Archibald-Barber,                                                                      by Harold R. Johnson
                                          Kathleen Irwin, and Moira J. Day

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                                          coda by Floyd Favel                                                                                          n 2005, twenty-two-year-old Kenton Carnegie was killed in a
                                                                                                                                                       wolf attack near his work camp. Part story, part forensic analysis,

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                                                omprised of multidisciplinary and diverse perspectives,                                                Cry Wolf examines this and other attacks, showing how we fail to
                                               Performing Turtle Island considers theatre as a tool for                                              take this apex predator seriously at our own peril.
                                                community engagement, education, and resistance, and
                                          examines how communities in turn influence the construction of                                                 “Required reading for anyone invested in our shared
                                          Indigenous identities through theatre.                                                                          future with these powerful and complex creatures.”
                                                                                                                                                         —John Vaillant, author of The Tiger and The Golden Spruce
                                              “An important and timely project, and a major contribution.”
                                              —Alan Filewod, author of Committing Theatre                                                                                 $16.95 PB / $89.00 HC

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                                        The Future of Food on a Warming Planet
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                                               avigating cutting-edge research on the science, culture, and
                                               economics of food, Ian Mosby, Sarah Rotz, and Evan D.G.
                                               Fraser present a roadmap for a global food policy, via a menu
                                        of eight foods that could save us: algae, caribou, kale, millet, tuna,
                                        crickets, milk, and rice.
                                                                                                                 100 Days of Cree                          Aaniiih / Gros Ventre Stories                Aboriginal Consultation,                 The Aesthetics of Senescence
                                            “At last, hope we might actually be able to count on.”               by Neal McLeod, with Arok Wolvengrey      compiled and edited by Terry                 Environmental Assessment, and            by Andrea Charise
                                            —Dan Barber, author of The Third Plate: Field Notes                  $24.95
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                                                                                                                                                                                                        Regulatory Review in Canada
                                                                                                                                                                                                        by Kirk N. Lambrecht
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                                             on the Future of Food                                               Indigenous Languages                      PB 9780889774803                             $34.95                                   Exquisite Corpse series
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                                        Reflections on Black Lives Matter in Canada                              After the War
                                                                                                                 by Stéphane Grenier, with
                                                                                                                                                           The Ältester
                                                                                                                                                           by Bruce L. Guenther
                                                                                                                                                                                                        American Refugees
                                                                                                                                                                                                        by Rita Shelton Deverell
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Angry Queer Somali Boy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 by Mohamed Abdulkarim Ali
                                                                                                                 Adam Montgomery                           $34.95                                       $21.95                                   $21.95
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 HC 9780889776593
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 The Regina Collection
                                        and Syrus Marcus Ware                                                    Military / Mental Health

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                                              he killing of Trayvon Martin in 2012 by a white assailant
                                              inspired the Black Lives Matter movement. The movement’s
                                              message found fertile ground in Canada, where Black activists
                                        speak of generations of injustice and continue the work of Black
                                        liberation. Until We Are Free collects together a variety of writings
                                        and photographs addressing the most urgent issues facing the Black
                                        community in Canada.

                                            “Powerful analyses of Black realities in Canada.”
                                            —Omayra Issa, Radio-Canada

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                                                                                                                 Antigone Undone                           Arab Cooking on a Prairie Homestead                                                  Arrows in a Quiver
                                                     PB 9780889776944 / PDF 9780889776968 /                      by Will Aitken                            by Habeeb Salloum                                                                    by James Frideres
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                                                                                                                 2018 Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize   2017 Gourmand World Cookbook Award;                                                  HC 9780889776814
                                             CATEGORIES: BLACK HISTORY / POLITICS / ACTIVISM / CANADA            Shortlist; 2019 Sask Book Award           Canadian Culinary Book Awards Silver Medal                                           Social Science / Indigenous

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     Back to Blakeney                          Being Kurdish in a Hostile World        Bison Delights                                                              Clearing the Plains                Cloud Physics                     Cree: Words
     edited by David McGrane, John D. Whyte,   by Ayub Nuri                            by Habeeb Salloum                                                           by James Daschuk                   by Karen Enns                     compiled by Arok Wolvengrey
     Roy Romanow, and Russell Isinger          $29.95                                  $29.95                                                                      $27.95                             $19.95                            2 volume set
     $34.95                                    PB 9780889774940                        PB 9780889772151                                                            PB 9780889776227                   PB 9780889774612                  $69.95
     PB 9780889776418                          Political Science / Biography           Cooking                                                                     $89.00                             Oskana Poetry & Poetics           PB 9780889771277
     $89.00 (S)                                2017 Foreword Indies Book of the Year   2011 PubWest Book Design Award;                                             HC 9780889776210                   2018 League of Canadian Poets’    Indigenous Languages
     HC 9780889776821                                                                  2011 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards                                         Indigenous / History               Raymond Souster Award
     Political Science / Prairies                                                                                                                                  2014 Governor General’s History
                                                                                                                                                                   Award; 2014 Sask Book Awards (5)

     Big Bear                                  Blackbird Song                          Blackfoot Stories of Old              Black Writers Matter                  Dead Ends                          Deadmonton                        The Decolonizing Poetics of            A Digital Bundle
     by Hugh A. Dempsey                        by Randy Lundy                          by Ikkináínihki Lena Heavy Shields    edited by Whitney French              by Paul Willcocks                  by Pamela Roth                    Indigenous Literatures                 by Jennifer Wemigwans
     $19.95                                    $19.95                                  Russell and Piitáákii Inge Genee      $27.95                                $19.95                             $19.95                            by Mareike Neuhaus                     $29.95
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     Indigenous / Biography                    Oskana Poetry & Poetics                 PB 9780889773189                      Literature / Black Canadian Studies   True Crime                         True Crime                        PB 9780889773905                       Indigenous / Media
                                               2019 Sask Book Awards (2)               First Nations Language Readers                                                                                                                   Indigenous / Literary Criticism
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2016 Sask Book Award

     Boiling Point & Cold Cases                Canoeing the Churchill                  Children of the Broken Treaty         Claiming Anishinaabe                  Dissident Knowledge in             Drought & Depression              The Education of Augie Merasty        Field Notes for the Self
     by Barb Pacholik                          by Greg Marchildon and Sid Robinson     by Charlie Angus                      by Lynn Gehl                          Higher Education                   edited by Gregory P. Marchildon   EDUCATIONAL EDITION                   by Randy Lundy
     $19.95                                    $34.95                                  $27.95                                $24.95                                edited by Marc Spooner             $34.95                            by Joseph A. Merasty,                 $19.95
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     True Crime                                Environmental / Nature                  Political Science / Human Rights      Indigenous / Biography                $34.95                             History / Prairies                $21.95                                Oskana Poetry & Poetics
                                                                                                                             2018 Sask Book Award                  PB 9780889775367                                                     HC 9780889774575
                                                                                                                                                                   Social Sciences / Education                                          The Regina Collection
                                                                                                                                                                   2019 Sask Book Award                                                 2017 Sask One Book, One Province
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Pick; 2016 CODE Burt Award;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2015 Alcuin Society Award

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     Fiery Joe                      Finding Father                     Firewater                      First in Canada                  The House of Charlemagne   Identities of Marie Rose              Inside The Mental             kisiskâciwan
     by Kathleen Carlisle           edited by Mary Ann Loewen          by Harold R. Johnson           by Jonathan Anuik                by Tim Lilburn             Delorme Smith                         by Kay Parley                 edited by Jesse Rae Archibald-Barber
     $39.95                         $21.95                             $16.95                         $24.95                           $19.95                     by Doris Jeanne MacKinnon             $24.95                        $39.95 (S)
     PB 9780889774858               PB 9780889775909                   PB 9780889774377               HC 9780889772403                 PB 9780889775305           $34.95                                HC 9780889774117              PB 9780889775428
     Political Science / Prairies   Biography / Religion               Indigenous / Health            Indigenous / History             Oskana Poetry & Poetics    PB 9780889772366                      The Regina Collection         Indigenous / Literature
     2018 Sask Book Award                                              2016 Governor General’s                                                                    Indigenous / Biography                                              2019 Sask Book Award
                                                                       Literary Award Shortlist

     Florence of America            Forty-One Pages                    Frenemy Nations                Funny Little Stories             The Knowledge Seeker       Learning to Die                       The Listener                  Live Ones
     by Florence Bean James         by John Steffler                   by Mary Soderstrom             edited by Arok Wolvengrey        by Blair Stonechild        by Robert Bringhurst and Jan Zwicky   by Irene Oore                 by Sadie McCarney
     with Jean Freeman              $21.95                             $27.95                         $19.95                           $32.95                     $19.95                                $24.95                        $19.95
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     HC 9780889776470               Oskana Poetry & Poetics            $89.00 (S)                     First Nations Language Readers   Indigenous / Religion      Environmental / Philosophy            The Regina Collection         Oskana Poetry & Poetics
     The Regina Collection                                             HC 9780889776876                                                                           2018 Alcuin Society Design Award
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     Hell and Damnation             A Hero for the Americas            The Homesteaders                                                The Long Walk              mâci-nêhiyawêwin / Beginning Cree     The Magnificent Nahanni      Man of the Trees
     by Marq de Villiers            by Robert Calder                   by Sandra Rollings-Magnusson                                    by Jan Zwicky              by Solomon Ratt,                      by Gordon Nelson             by Paul Hanley
     $24.95                         $24.95                             $39.95                                                          $19.95                     illustrated by Holly Martin           $34.95                       $34.95
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     $89.00 (S)                     History / Latin America            History / Prairies                                              Oskana Poetry & Poetics    coil-bound 9780889774353              Environmental / Nature       Environmental / Biography
     HC 9780889776357               2019 Sask Book Award; 2017                                                                                                    Indigenous Languages for Beginners
     Religion / Philosophy          Foreword Indies Book of the Year

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     Manufacturing Urgency                   Mapmaker                    Measures of Astonishment                   Memoirs of a Muhindi                 On Forgiveness and Revenge           The Organist            Organized Violence                      Otto & Daria
     by Corinne L. Mason                     by Barbara Mitchell         League of Canadian Poets                   by Mansoor Ladha                     by Ramin Jahanbegloo                 by Mark Abley           edited by Dawn Paley and                by Eric Koch
     $34.95                                  $39.95                      $27.95                                     $25.95                               $25.95                               $24.95                  Simon Granovsky-Larsen                  $25.95
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     Political Science                       History / Canada            Oskana Poetry & Poetics                    The Regina Collection                The Regina Collection                The Regina Collection   PB 9780889776104                        The Regina Collection
                                                                         2017 Sask Book Award                       2017 Alcuin Society Design Award                                                                  $89.00
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     Metis and the Medicine Line             Mudeater                    Nakón-i’a wo! / Beginning Nakoda           Nature’s Broken Clocks               Our Grandmothers’ Lives              Out of My Mind          Out Spoken                              The Prairie Populist
     by Michel Hogue                         by John D. Pihach           compiled and edited by Vincent Collette,   by Paul Huebener                     by Freda Ahenakew and H.C. Wolfart   by Shalom Camenietzki   by Wes D. Pearce & Jean Hillabold       by J.F. Conway
     $34.95                                  $27.95                      with Armand McArthur                       $24.95                               $29.95                               $24.95                  $34.95                                  $34.95
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     Indigenous                              Indigenous                  $34.95 (S)                                 $89.00 (S)                           Indigenous                           The Regina Collection   Gender Studies                          Political Science / Prairies
     2016 Clio Prize; 2016 Stubbendieck                                  coil-bound 9780889776623                   HC 9780889777149
     Great Plains Distinguished Book Prize                               $89.00 (S)                                 Environmental / Literary Criticism
     Winner; 2016 Canada Prize Shortlist                                 HC 9780889776777
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     Ne–napohs̆ Legends                      The New Wascana Anthology   No Surrender                               One Family’s War                     Psychedelic Revolutionaries          Raising Grandkids       Raw                                    Reading from Behind
     narrated by Saulteaux Elders,           edited by Medrie Purdham    by Sheldon Krasowski                       edited by Rollie Bourassa            by P.W. Barber                       by Gary Garrison        edited by Ricky Varghese               by Jonathan A. Allan
     transcribed, translated, and            and Michael Trussler        $27.95                                     $34.95                               $34.95                               $19.95                  $34.95                                 $34.95
     edited by Margaret Cote                 $49.95 (S)                  PB 9780889775961                           PB 9780889773202                     PB 9780889774209                     PB 9780889775541        PB 9780889776838                       HC 9780889773844
     $19.95                                  PB 9780889773080            $89.00 (S)                                 Military / Biography                 Psychology / History                 Social Sciences         Exquisite Corpse series                Exquisite Corpse series
     PB 9780889772199                        Literary Collection         HC 9780889776067                                                                                                                                                                    2017 AAUP Book, Jacket
     First Nations Language Readers                                      Indigenous / History                                                                                                                                                                and Journal Show Pick

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                                                                                                                                                 Writers on Writing                               Indigenous                                   The Regina Collection
                                                                                                                                                 Series Editor: Jeanette Lynes                    Languages for Beginners
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Named as a tribute to Saskatche-
                                                                                                                                                 Books in our Writers on Writing                  Language resources in this                   wan’s capital city and its rich history
                                                                                                                                                 series provide budding authors with              series aim to help teachers and              of boundary-defying innovation, The
                                                                                                                                                 insights on writing in various genres,           learners revitalize and document             Regina Collection builds upon our
                                                                                                                                                 from different perspectives.                     Indigenous languages.                        motto of “a voice for many peoples.”

                                                                                                                                                 Sleuth, by Gail Bowen (see pg. 22)               mâci-nêhiyawêwin / Beginning Cree,           Angry Queer Somali Boy, by Mohamed
                                                                                                                                                                                                    by Solomon Ratt (see pg. 19)                 Abdulkarim Ali (see pg. 15)
                                                                                                                                                 Voice, by Adam Pottle (see pg. 22)
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Nakón-i’a wo! Beginning Nakoda,              Antigone Undone, by Will Aitken (see pg. 15)
                                                                                                                                                                                                    compiled and edited by Vincent Collette,
     Sleuth                        Speaking in Cod Tongues                Starving Ukraine               These Are Our Legends                   Digestions                                         with Elders and Language Keepers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               The Education of Augie Merasty,
     by Gail Bowen                 by Lenore Newman                       by Serge Cipko                 narrated by Lillooet Elders,                                                                                                             by Joseph A. Merasty, with
                                                                                                                                                 Series Editor: Lenore Newman
     $18.95                        $29.95                                 $27.95                         translated by Jan van Eijk                                                                 of the Nakoda Nation (see pg. 20)
     PB 9780889775244              PB 9780889774599                       PB 9780889775602               $24.95                                                                                                                                   David Carpenter (see pg. 17)
     Writers on Writing series     Digestions series                      $80.00 (S)                     PB 9780889773967
                                   2017 Gourmand World Cookbook           HC 9780889775060               First Nations Language Readers          Publishing established and emerging              Anihšināpēmowin / Beginning
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Inside The Mental, by Kay Parley (see pg. 19)
                                   Award; 2018 Sask Book Award            History / Media Studies                                                scholars and writers, Digestions                    Saulteaux, by Lynn Cote and
                                                                                                                                                 considers the history and culture                   Margaret Cote (see pg. 9)                 In My Own Moccasins,
                                                                                                                                                 of food and the politics of what we                                                              by Helen Knott (see pg. 11)
                                                                                                                                                 eat from both Canadian and global                                                             The Listener, by Irene Oore (see pg. 19)
                                                                                                                                                 perspectives.                                    The Exquisite Corpse
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Series Editor: Jonathan A. Allan             The Organist, by Mark Abley (see pg. 21)

                                                                                                                                                 Speaking in Cod Tongues,                         The Exquisite Corpse welcomes                Towards a Prairie Atonement,
                                                                                                                                                    by Lenore Newman, foreword                    scholarly monographs and edited                by Trevor Herriot (see pg. 22)
                                                                                                                                                    by Sarah Elton (see pg. 22)                   collections that attend to all aspects       For a complete list of titles in The Regina
                                                                                                                                                 Arab Cooking on a Prairie Homestead,             of the human body from a variety of             Collection, see www.uofrpress.ca.
                                                                                                                                                    by Habeeb Salloum, foreword                   perspectives and disciplines.
                                                                                                                                                    by Sarah Carter (see pg. 15)
                                                                                                                                                 Uncertain Harvest, by Ian Mosby, Sarah
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Reading from Behind,                         COMING SOON!
                                                                                                                                                                                                     by Jonathan A. Allan (see pg. 21)
                                                                                                                                                   Rotz, and Evan D.G. Fraser (see pg. 14)
     Towards a Prairie Atonement   The Trans Generation                   The Unexpected Cop             Virgin Envy
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Virgin Envy, edited by Jonathan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               The Henry and Mary
     by Trevor Herriot
     $22.95
                                   by Ann Travers
                                   $24.95
                                                                          by Ernie Louttit
                                                                          $21.95
                                                                                                         edited by Jonathan A. Allan, Cristina
                                                                                                         Santos, and Adriana Spahr                                                                   A. Allan, Cristina Santos, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Bibb Series of Black
     HC 9780889774544              PB 9780889775787                       PB 9780889775992               $27.95                                  Oskana Poetry & Poetics                             Adriana Spahr (see pg. 22)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Canadian Studies
     The Regina Collection         Social Sciences / Gender Studies       Indigenous                     PB 9780889774230
     2017 Sask Book Award          2019 AAP PROSE Award                                                  Exquisite Corpse series                 Series Editor: Jan Zwicky                                                                     Series Editor: Afua Cooper
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Raw, edited by Ricky Varghese,
                                                                                                                                                 Publishing new and established                     afterword by Tim Dean (see pg. 21)         Multi-disciplinary in scope, this
                                                                                                                                                 authors, Oskana Poetry & Poetics                                                              first-ever Black Canadian Studies
                                                                                                                                                                                                  The Aesthetics of Senescence,
                                                                                                                                                 offers both contemporary poetry at                                                            Book Series seeks established and
                                                                                                                                                                                                     by Andrea Charise (see pg. 15)
                                                                                                                                                 its best and probing discussions of                                                           emerging scholars who wish to leave
                                                                                                                                                 poetry’s cultural role.                                                                       an indelible mark.

                                                                                                                                                 Measures of Astonishment, compiled by the
                                                                                                                                                   League of Canadian Poets (see pg. 20)
                                                                                                                                                 The Long Walk, by Jan Zwicky (see pg. 19)
                                                                                                                                                 Cloud Physics, by Karen Enns (see pg. 17)
                                                                                                                                                 The House of Charlemagne,
                                                                                                                                                    by Tim Lilburn (see pg. 19)
                                                                                                                                                 Blackbird Song, by Randy Lundy (see pg. 16)
     Voice                         Where Once They Stood                  Women Who Dig                  Woods Cree Stories
     by Adam Pottle                by Raymond B. Blake and Melvin Baker   by Trina Moyles, with          by Solomon Ratt                         Forty-One Pages, by John Steffler (see pg. 18)
     $18.95                        $34.95                                 photographs by K.J. Dakin      $24.95
     PB 9780889775930              PB 9780889776074                       $34.95                         PB 9780889773455                        Lives Ones, by Sadie McCarney (see pg. 19)
     Writers on Writing series     $89.00 (S)                             PB 9780889775275               First Nations Language Readers
                                   HC 9780889776197                       Social Science / Agriculture
                                   History / Canada                                                                                              Field Notes for the Self,
                                                                                                                                                     by Randy Lundy (see pg. 17)
                                                                                                                                                 Burden, by Douglas Burnet Smith (see pg. 8)

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