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Founded in 1901, University of Toronto Press is Canada’s leading academic publisher and one of the largest university presses in North America, with particular strengths in the social sciences, humanities, and business subject areas. UTP is widely recognized in Canada for its strength in history, political science, sociology, Indigenous studies, and cultural studies. Internationally, UTP is a leading publisher of medieval, Renaissance, Italian, Iberian, Slavic, and urban studies, as well as studies in book and print culture.

Subjects
Flow How the Best Supply Chains Thrive Rob Handfield, Phd, Tom Linton
Profits and Power Navigating the Politics and Geopolitics of Oil David A. Detomasi
Formalists against Imperialism The Death of Vazir-Mukhtar and Russian Orientalism Anna Aydinyan
Bilingual Legacies Father Figures in Self-Writing from Barcelona Anna Casas Aguilar
Pathways to Ruin High-Risk Offending over the Life Course Erin Gibbs Van Brunschot, Tamara Humphrey
Building That Bright Future Soviet Karelia in the Life Writing of Finnish North Americans Samira Saramo
Revolutionary Aftereffects Material, Social, and Cultural Legacies of 1917 in Russia Today Megan Swift
Wayward Feeling Audio-Visual Culture and Aesthetic Activism in Post-Rainbow South Africa Helene Strauss
Alberta A Health System Profile John Church, Neale Smith
Middle Power in the Middle East Canada’s Foreign and Defence Policies in a Changing Region Thomas Juneau, Bessma Momani
Queer Professionals and Settler Colonialism Engaging Decolonial Thought within Organizations Cameron Greensmith
Reading History Michael Burger
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