books News Archive
March 8, 2017 —
Knowing time was short, author Gregory Bryan asked the printers to ship a copy of his book early so that the subject of the biography, failing in health, could review its pages. Titled, “Paul Goble, Storyteller,” the account documents the life of the award-winning children’s author and illustrator, the product of four years of work. Although he sadly passed away two weeks before the book’s release, Prof. Bryan knew how Goble felt about the results of their labour.
January 4, 2017 —
History's Len Kuffert has a new book out: Canada Before Television: Radio, Taste, and the Struggle for Cultural Democracy
May 17, 2016 —
Her story is one of enduring and ultimately overcoming the social, economic, and health legacies of colonialism
December 2, 2015 —
'It presents insights to the planning, design, management, funding and future plans for a human-made landscape'
November 24, 2015 —
'This is maybe a starting point to constructing your own list of best books,' says Bryan
November 20, 2015 —
Three university community members spoke at the Outstanding Workplace Stories series event on Nov. 13 about how they developed their leadership skills.
April 8, 2015 —
What is your pick for the McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award?
February 23, 2015 —
Should books ever be banned? Take our Freedom to Read Week poll!
February 3, 2015 —
Karen Smith remembers when she first became fascinated with owls. She was in the third grade and had gotten in trouble at school in her hometown of Carman, Man., for acting up. “My mom said, ‘Be a wise owl,’” says Smith, a language and literacy professor in the Faculty of Education.