Editorial Program
University of Manitoba Press is dedicated to producing books that combine important new scholarship with a deep engagement in issues and events that affect our lives. Founded in 1967, the Press is widely recognized as a leading publisher of books on Aboriginal history, Native studies, and Canadian history. As well, the Press is proud of its contribution to immigration studies, ethnic studies, Icelandic studies, and the study of Canadian literature, culture, politics, and Aboriginal languages. It also publishes a wide-ranging list of books on the heritage of the peoples and land of the Canadian prairies.  Series include Contemporary Studies on the North;  Critical Studies in Native History;  Studies in Immigration and Culture; and Human Rights and Social Justice.

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